We study the distribution of the imaginary parts of zeros near the real axis of quadratic L-functions. More precisely, let K(s) be chosen so that |K(1/2 ± it)| is rapidly decreasing as t increases. We investigate the asymptotic behaviour of
as D → ∞. Here denotes the sum over the non-trivial zeros p = 1/2 + iγ of the Dirichlet L-function L(s, χd), and χd = () is the Kronecker symbol. The outer sum is over all fundamental discriminants d that are in absolute value ≤ D. Assuming the Generalized Riemann Hypothesis, we show that for
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