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Fig. 3


Material properties of cloud particles for micro-porosities of fpor = 0.0 (solid) and fpor = 0.9 (dashed) across a grid of effective temperatures and surface gravities. Left column: surface gravity log (g) = 3.0, representative of gas giant exoplanets, for Teff = 1200, 1800, and 2400 K (red, blue, and green, respectively). Right column: surface gravities log (g) = 3.0 (blue) and 5.0 (brown), representative of brown dwarfs and young gas giants for Teff = 1800 K. The blue lines in both columns are identical. Top row: number density of cloud particles nd [cm−3]. Middle row: mean cloud particle size ⟨ a ⟩ [μm]. Bottom row: ratio of the cloud particle mass density and gas mass density ρdρ scaled by a factor of 10−3.

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