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Fig. 3


Final planetary core mass Mcore and corresponding envelope mass Menv, as well as total mass Mtot = Mc + Menv and final orbital distance rf of planets in the evolving disc at a disc dissipation time of 3 Myr. The light blue line represents the initial orbital distance r0. Planets inside the grey area are subject to very strong migration, so they end up in the inner parts of the disc with rf< 0.1 AU and become hot gas giants. The divide between ice and gas giants can be seen easily at ~22 AU, where Mc<Menv. All data lines for one r0 location in this plot give the final result of an individual growth track as in Fig. 2.

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