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Evolution of the corotation radius, rcorot, as a function of the rotation rate for ε = 0 (top) and ε = 0.3 (bottom). The corotation radius of the most unstable mode is represented with a blue line (numbers above the line specify the corresponding azimuthal number, m). For comparison, grey lines show the PNS radius, rPNS, the gain radius, rgain, the radius of the Brunt–Väisälä frequency maximum, rBV, and the shock radius, rsh. With both values of the dissociation, the corotation radius of the most unstable mode is close to rBV for slow rotation and moves away for higher rotation rates (j > 30%).

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