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Fig. 10


Effect of primordial mass segregation for masses of 5 × 103M (upper panels) and 5 × 104M (lower panels). The plots on the left are unsegregated, the ones on the right segregated. The strong dependence of the re-virialization time on the cluster mass is obvious, but also the more destructive impact of stellar evolution on segregated clusters can be seen over the whole mass range.

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