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The magnetic flux through an interstellar cloud or through a part of the cloud must decrease considerably by the drift of plasma and magnetic field in order that stars form in the cloud. Because most grains are negatively charged in dense clouds (Elmegreen 1979; Umebayashi and Nakano 1980), they retard magnetic flux leakage in addition to ions (Elmegreen 1979). We investigate this effect for different situations and obtain the following results (for details, see Nakano and Umebayashidoi:10.1017/s0074180900073629 fatcat:losujbzct5fxlgjrvcephmxq5a