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Fig. 14

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Left panel: detection probability as a function of metallicity and gas surface density. The plot shows the relative detection probability as a function of [Fe/H] for disks that have Σ0 meeting the condition indicated in the plot, normalized by the Pdet([Fe/H], all Σ0) i.e. the detection probability as a function of [Fe/H] alone, including all Σ0. This quantity is plotted in the right panel. A curve in the left panel that increases towards the low [Fe/H] (blue lines) therefore means a less strong metallicity effect, while a curve that decreases towards the low [Fe/H] (red lines) indicates a stronger metallicity effect. The instrumental accuracy is 10 m/s.

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