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This is tex file

Thus, speculatively, higher-order antibunching might play a role superior to usual antibunching. Note that such a prominence of higher-order antibunching was discovered for the first time in [22] for two-mode coherent states.
\end{flushleft}
\begin{flushleft}
\begin{figure}[t]
\includegraphics[scale=0.8]{Hinh2.jpg}
\centering
\caption{Single-mode $l$ th-order antibunching of mode $a, A_{a;l}$, as a function of the order $l$ at $r = 4$ and $p = q = 2$ (circles) and $p = q = 4$ (triangles).}
\end{figure}
\end{flushleft}

And the output pdf is:

enter image description here

There is a unexpected extra space above the figure. Please help me how to remove it.

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    Do a quick compile of \documentclass{standalone}\begin{document} \includegraphics[scale=0.8]{Hinh2.jpg} \end{document} This will let you see exactly how much white space surrounds the figure. Then we need a MWE which shows the behavior in a minimum context which displays the problem. I suspect that this is probably caused by what is occurring before this figure. – R. Schumacher May 20 '15 at 3:12
  • It looks like your figure is on a page with nothing else. Do you want it to be at the top of an otherwise empty page? If you add more text the figure will move up on its own. – Matt May 20 '15 at 3:19
  • Put this if you want the picture in a specific place \begin{figure}[h!] maybe that solves your problem – Very23 May 20 '15 at 3:29
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    the flushleft there is not changing the alignment just adding spurious vertical space at the point the figure was before it floated. – David Carlisle May 20 '15 at 7:24
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    @Very23 don't use h! that usually generates a warning that it has been changed to !ht – David Carlisle May 20 '15 at 7:24

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