The mass distribution of planets has been obtained on the basis of accretional theory of their formation recently developed by the author. The results agree fairly well with the observations.
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Mitra, V. Mass distribution of planets on particle accretion. Astrophys Space Sci 11, 330–336 (1971). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00661363
- Mass Distribution
- Accretional Theory
- Particle Accretion