Table 3:

The mass loss from ``Hot Jupiters'' and ``Hot Neptunes'' with low and high densities at four different orbital distances around a G star ( $1~M_{\rm Sun}$) and a K star ( $0.8~M_{\rm Sun}$).
  $\frac{M_{{\rm pl}}}{M_{{\rm Jup}}}$ $\frac{\rho_{\rm pl}}{\rho_{\rm Jup}}$ $\frac{\Delta M_{{\rm pl}}}{M_{{\rm pl}^{10\%}}}$ $\frac{\Delta M_{{\rm pl}}}{M_{{\rm pl}^{25\%}}}$ $\frac{\Delta M_{{\rm pl}}}{M_{{\rm pl}^{60\%}}}$ $\frac{\Delta M_{{\rm pl}}}{M_{{\rm pl}^{100\%}}}$ $\frac{\Delta M_{{\rm pl}}}{M_{{\rm pl}}^{10 \%-60\%}}$ $\frac{\Delta M_{{\rm pl}}}{M_{{\rm pl}}^{10 \%-25\%}}$$\zeta $

0.01 AU, G star
     Mass loss [%]   
 11.242.957.7421.5952.422.952.958.24
 0.51.246.0917.12--6.096.098.24
 0.0541.6138.17---38.1738.175.90
 10.477.43---77.4377.43>100
 0.50.4------>100
 0.0540.4------>100

0.017 AU, G star
         
 11.240.380.942.283.840.450.402.40
 0.51.240.751.904.647.900.900.802.40
 0.0541.614.4011.5432.0387.085.214.642.17
 10.42.085.3413.8025.712.462.194.82
 0.50.44.2311.2433.23-5.024.474.82
 0.0540.451.47----56.794.82

0.020 AU, G star
         
 11.240.230.591.422.370.310.262.02
 0.51.240.471.182.864.820.620.522.02
 0.0541.612.797.1618.4834.413.623.041.87
 10.41.112.806.9312.021.451.213.32
 0.50.42.235.7314.7427.262.932.443.32
 0.0540.420.29---27.0622.233.32

0.025 AU, G star
         
 11.240.130.320.781.300.200.151.69
 0.51.240.260.651.562.620.400.301.69
 0.0541.611.563.969.8417.162.341.791.60
 10.40.531.343.265.520.820.622.37
 0.50.41.072.716.6811.511.641.242.37
 0.0540.49.0825.53--13.7110.442.37

0.01 AU, K star
     Mass loss [%]   
 11.240.882.235.519.541.010.926.16
 0.51.241.774.5511.6921.462.031.856.16
 0.0541.619.1726.80--10.419.544.71
 10.476.5887.37--80.2477.83247
 0.50.484.14---87.8385.37247
 0.0540.4------247

0.017 AU, K star
         
 11.240.130.330.801.340.220.162.20
 0.51.240.270.671.612.710.430.322.20
 0.0541.611.553.939.8017.152.441.812.02
 10.40.671.704.157.091.070.793.99
 0.50.41.353.448.6115.162.161.593.99
 0.0540.411.4735.21--18.2313.413.99

0.020 AU, K star
         
 11.240.090.210.510.850.160.111.89
 0.51.240.170.421.021.710.310.211.89
 0.0541.611.002.536.2110.631.781.231.77
 10.40.380.952.303.870.680.472.92
 0.50.40.761.914.677.981.370.942.92
 0.0540.46.2416.8756.87-11.077.652.92

0.025 AU, K star
         
 11.240.050.120.290.480.100.061.62
 0.51.240.100.240.570.950.210.131.62
 0.0541.610.571.443.495.901.200.761.54
 10.40.190.481.151.920.410.262.18
 0.50.40.380.952.313.880.820.512.18
 0.0540.43.108.0020.9940.466.524.112.18
The superscripts 10%-25% and 10%-60% correspond to a time depended $\eta $ which has a low heating efficiency of 10% if the EUV flux is $\geq$104 erg cm-2 s-1 and 25% and 60% for EUV flux values <104 erg cm-2 s-1 (Murray-Clay et al. 2009).

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