Pressure-temperature diagram for example sub-stellar atmospheres obtained using DRIFT-PHOENIX model atmosphere and cloud formation code; Bottom: The gas-phase number density as a function of atmospheric pressure corresponding to the pressure-temperature diagrams for the example sub-stellar atmospheres plotted in the top plot. The grey patch shows the region where the highest density cloud layers are present for the example atmospheres.
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