Definition of planets used in this work.
|Planet category||Planetary mass||Orbital distance|
|Ice planet||0.1 ME<MP< 2 ME||–|
|Ice giant||MP ≥ 2 ME and Mc ≥ Menv||–|
|Cold gas giant||Mc < Menv||rf> 1.0 AU|
|Warm gas giant||M c < M env||0.1 AU <rf< 1.0 AU|
|Hot gas giant||Mc < Menv||rf< 0.1 AU|
Notes. We distinguish the main classes of planets (gas giants, ice giants, and ice planets) only by mass and mass ratio between core and envelope. The subcategories for gas giants are defined through their orbital distances, which we do not apply for ice giants and ice planets.
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