Top and middle: time evolution of the core mass and the planetesimal accretion rate for the isolated formation of Jupiter employing a disk with density profiles ∝ a-1, and a planetesimal size distribution between 100 m and 100 km, with (solid line) and without (dashed line) considering the enhancement of the capture cross-section owing to the envelope gas drag. Bottom: the ratio between the enhanced radius and the core radius as function of time for the case where the enhancement of the capture cross-section is incorporated.
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