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Fig. 4


Evolution of the rotation rate of a Venus-like planet for various Brunt-Väisälä frequencies. The normalized frequency ω = (Ω−norb) /norb is plotted as a function of time (Myr) in logarithmic scale. The Brunt-Väisälä frequency N = 10β is increased from β = −7 (weak stable stratification) to β = −3 (strongly stable stratification) with a step Δβ = 0.5.

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