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Mean, variance, skewness and kurtosis of a probability density function f(r)that has a distribution of a passive scalar filed in a stationary isotropic turbulence for initial conditions such that 50% of the domain contains ''red ink'' designated by r=0 and 50 % has blue ink designated by r=1.
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