This article was originally published online on 16 August 2021 with errors in Figs. 7 and 9. The figures are correct as they appear below:

FIG. 7.

Trajectory of a particle that is slightly accelerated from the SP0 setup. The magenta star and the square represent the start and the end of the trajectory, respectively. The background in the top panel shows a snapshot of the current density (J) at Ωt′ = 428 which is almost at the midpoint of the energizing process. The color-bar between the panels corresponds to the time given in the abscissa of the bottom panel. The ratio of the final kinetic energy attained by the particle to its initial energy is RKE = 18.

FIG. 7.

Trajectory of a particle that is slightly accelerated from the SP0 setup. The magenta star and the square represent the start and the end of the trajectory, respectively. The background in the top panel shows a snapshot of the current density (J) at Ωt′ = 428 which is almost at the midpoint of the energizing process. The color-bar between the panels corresponds to the time given in the abscissa of the bottom panel. The ratio of the final kinetic energy attained by the particle to its initial energy is RKE = 18.

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FIG. 9.

Trajectory of the particle with the highest energy from the SP0 setup. Top panel shows a small portion of the whole domain. The magenta star and the magenta square represent the start and the end of the trajectory, respectively. The background in the top panel shows a snapshot of the current density at Ωt′ = 428 which is almost at the midpoint of the energizing process. The color-bar between the panels corresponds to the time given in the abscissa of the bottom panel. The ratio of the final kinetic energy attained by the particle to its initial energy is RKE = 1677.

FIG. 9.

Trajectory of the particle with the highest energy from the SP0 setup. Top panel shows a small portion of the whole domain. The magenta star and the magenta square represent the start and the end of the trajectory, respectively. The background in the top panel shows a snapshot of the current density at Ωt′ = 428 which is almost at the midpoint of the energizing process. The color-bar between the panels corresponds to the time given in the abscissa of the bottom panel. The ratio of the final kinetic energy attained by the particle to its initial energy is RKE = 1677.

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AIP Publishing apologizes for these errors. All online versions of this article were corrected on 12 November 2021.