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In a spring-mass system, the mass is m and the spring constant is $k$. The critical damping coefficient of the system is $0.1$ $kg/s$. In another spring-mass system, the mass is $2m$ and the spring constant is $8k$. The critical damping coefficient (in $kg/s$) of this system is ____________
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