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Fig. D.3

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Detailed structure examples for stellar models with an effective temperature near 5000 K, for two different luminosities (cf. Fig. 2). The dashed line marks the point at which β falls below 0.15, i.e. the beginning of the inflated envelope. The square, cross and the circle mark the temperatures TFe, THe, and TH at which κ is maximum because of the iron, helium, and hydrogen opacity bumps respectively. The hatched regions show the convective zones.

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