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Fig. 6


Similar to Fig. 5, but now in units of fractional disk radius (see ordinate). a) Disk reflectivity (ks) is set to 0.2. b) Same model parameterization but now with disk reflectivity ks = 0.4. The negative slope in both panels indicates that the most massive giant planets have larger fractions of their disks fed with water ice and, consequently, relatively more space and material to form big moons.

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