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Fig. 9.


Positions of the components of KIC9850387 on the log Teff − log g diagram. The red regions corresponds to the best-fitting isochrone cloud (Johnston et al. 2019b) to the dynamical parameters of both components. The black regions on the isochrone-cloud represent the log Teff − log g values corresponding to the dynamical masses of the individual components. The grey curves are MESA evolutionary tracks with different amounts of core-boundary mixing (solid and dashed), with their corresponding masses (in units of M) indicated at the base of each track. The inset plots are magnified regions around the position of the primary (top) and secondary (bottom) component.

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