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Fig. 10


Evolution of rotation on the main sequence as a function of the central mass fraction of hydrogen for all the stellar models from 1.7 to 120 M. Left: evolution of the equatorial velocity. The curve for the 1.7 M is the bottom line at the beginning of the evolution (Xc = 0.72), and that for the 120 M the upper line (increasing equatorial velocity for increasing mass). Right: evolution of the υeq/υcrit ratio. The curve for the 1.7 M is the upper line during the MS, and that for the 120 M the bottom line during the MS (decreasing velocity ratio for increasing mass).

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