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An optical fiber is kept along the $\hat{z}$ direction. The refractive indices for the electric fields along $\hat{x}$ and $\hat{y}$ directions in the fiber are $n_{x}=1.5000$ and $n_{y}=1.5001$, respectively ($n_{x} \neq n_{y}$ due to the imperfection in the fiber cross-section). The free space wavelength of a light wave propagating in the fiber is $1.5 \mu m$. If the light wave is circularly polarized at the input of the fiber, the minimum propagation distance after which it becomes linearly polarized, in centimeters,is______________.
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