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Variation of the hydrogen entropy as a function of density for isotherms relevant to Jupiter modeling. (a) Comparison between the various ab initio predictions and the coupled electron-ion Monte Carlo result (Morales et al. 2010). (b) Comparison of the CMS-EOS-0.2 d0 = 0.0326858 EOS for hydrogen, with results considering interpolation in a large density range; EOS-0.8 d0 = 0.0326858, or adjusting the high-pressure behavior; EOS-0.2 d0 = 0.132, with the SCVH predictions; and another often used physically based EOS (Kerley 2013).

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