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Fig. 7


Final masses of planets forming by planetesimal accretion as a function of initial radius r0 and initial time t0 in the disc for Z = 8.0% in planetesimals. The green line is the pebble production line, where we assume that a production of pebbles is needed to first form the planetesimals, so every point beneath the yellow line should not be taken into account. The red line now indicates the planetesimal isolation mass (Eq. (26)), so everything below it has reached planetesimal isolation mass. Everything above the white line has Mc<Menv. The top plot shows the full r0t0 parameter space, while the bottom plot is zoom into the inner r0t0 parameter space to enhance the interesting parts of the diagram.

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