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How planets grow by pebble accretion

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Using the results of recent works on impacts physics, we devised analytical and numerical models to study the evolution of planets with polluted envelopes. We find that envelope pollution drastically changes its interior conditions and argue that the early formation of these planets can naturally be described as consisting of three distinct phases. We show that our general model can intuitively explain several observational characteristics of the exoplanet population.

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