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Fig. E.1


Relative density perturbation profiles ρ1A(ξ)/ρ0(ξ) (lighter component, dotted line) and ρ1B(ξ)/ρ0(ξ) (heavier component, solid line) of the normal modes for the two-component constant { T,V } case, obtained by solving Eq. (E.4). The plots show marginally stable modes (L = 0) of minimum L at given Ξ. They represent the density profiles that characterize the onset of the instability for fixed value of β = mB/mA = 3 at different values of the total mass ratio MB/MA. Even for low values of MB/MA, the density perturbation of the heavier component dominates, thus suggesting that the heavier component is the more important driver of the instability.

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