We add missed important reference papers. Therefore, our previous results as well as conclusions remain unchanged.
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In our paper , Fig. 1 that represents simply the schematic of typical experimental setup for a Solc filter came from Fig. 1 of the paper . However, the paper was not in Reference. The paper should be added in Reference as the 19th reference paper and cited in the end of the sentence to explain Fig. 1 of our paper as follow, “Figure 1 shows the schematic of experimental set-up for a QPLN Solc filter that is placed between two crossed polarizers.”. Eq. (10) came from the 8th reference paper . However, the reference paper was not cited in the sentence to explain Eq. (10). Thus, the 8th reference paper should be cited in the sentence as follow, “The rotation angle θ is given by  …”. The notations of Fibonacci sequence in our paper  came from those of Fibonacci sequence of the paper. So, the paper should be added in Reference as the 20th reference paper and cited in the end of the sentence to describe Fibonacci sequence as follow, “A QPLN with a Fibonacci sequence has … with negative ferroelectric domain. ”.
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