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1. Introduction MOND is a successful way to fit rotation curves; even though there are cases where MOND fits are not successful in the details, it predicts impressively well the systematic kinematical properties of disk galaxies. In MOND the gravitational acceleration g and the Newtonian acceleration g N are related through: g=g N /μ(g/a 0 ) where μ(x) is an interpolation function such that: μ(x)→1 for g>>a 0 μ(x)→g/a 0 for g<
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