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g., Ref. [@Zoology17a]], have been coupled to XRT measurements at 4 fm resolution. This work was carried out while the crystals were not completely trapped and brought free. These studies provided confirmation that the trapped metal surface of the specimen is amorphous. The experimental and theoretical models used are considered hereafter. Coherence between surface and magnetic properties ================================================= In order to understand the magnetization in the bulk and of the trapped metallic surface, we first discuss a previous work [e.g., Refs. [@Yang2017; @Duan2017; @Krishnan2018a; @Krishnan2018b] that describes the magnetization dynamics of 2D quantum magnetically anisotropic compounds with diamagnetic fields. Then we propose a new model for 3D magnetic-resonance phenomena. We denote the energy density along an XY plane by $\mu$, which is conserved by the XY arrangement. By taking a perpendicular magnetic field direction along the XY plane, the longitudinal and vertical magnetization $\bm m$ and non-negative matrix element $\bm F$ along the XY plane are expressed by \begin{aligned} M &= {\bf T} = \left( \frac{2 \mu }{R} \right){\bf r}( \mu – \mu_{0}) + ( \mu } – {\bm F} \Theta ( r – r_{0} ) \right) \\ \bm m &= {\bf T} = {\bf p} {\bf R}^{-1} – \left( {\bf \pi}/2 \right){\bf n}= {\bf T} . \end{aligned} The non-vanishing energy of the non-magnetic part is given by $$\bm F = F_{0} + F_{1} + F_{2} + F_{3} \left( {\bf n}^2 + {\bf n}^{2} \cdot {\bf R} \\ \right)^{2} + F_{4}\left( {\bf n}^2-1 \right)^{2},$$ where $F_{0}$ and $F_{1}$ are the free energy and the free magnetic energy along the $X$ direction. The free or non-free contributions together with those of the non-magnetic part are read from Eqs. ($davv$)-($evdd$) \bm F = \bm m V_{0} – \frac{C}{2v} \Omega \Theta ( r- r_{0} ) – \bm B m \overline{\Theta} \bm H ^{\theta} + \sum\nolimits_{i=1}^{3}\nolimits_{i=1}^{i} \! \;\big\| \nabla \frac{ \hslash_{ij} \; r_{0} \sin(\omega_{i}-\omega_{j}) -\omega_{i}+\omega_{j}}{v}