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Top: theoretical values of τeff as a function of the quantity z2 (red squares) given by Eq. (18) and as a function of the classical scaling c2 ≡ (νref/νmax) (filled black circles). The symbols correspond to the individual theoretical values obtained with our grid of 3D models. The red curve corresponds to a power law of the form where the slope p = 0.98 is obtained by fitting the red squares, while the black line is a power law of the form where the slope n = 0.94 is obtained by fitting the black circles. Bottom: theoretical values σ as a function the quantity z3 given by Eq. (19) and as a function of the classical scaling c3 (Eq. (20)). The symbols correspond to the individual theoretical values obtained with our grid of 3D models. The red curve is a power law of the form where the slope p = 1.10 is obtained by fitting the red squares, while the black line is a linear scaling in c3.

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