Wind characteristics when the Best Warm Solution is illuminated with a Hard SED. The drastically reduced yellow region within the outflow (cf. Fig. 7) is obtained in the same way as in Figs. 5 and 7. We can only see a very small portion of this yellow region at rcyl/ (107rg) > 0.8. The rest of this yellow region is occulted by the pink wedge, which represents the thermodynamically unstable part of the outflow that has 3.4 ≤ log ξ ≤ 4.05. We note that a small part of this unstable outflow is within the Compton thick region with log NH> 24 (portions below the line marking the low angle i = 11.9°).
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