I've been trying to find out exactly where the layers of molecular hydrogen, and metallic hydrogen are precisely, inside Jupiter, in kilometres from the centre. Ideally with an error margin of 1-10kms. I'm a newbie at astronomy, physics, and chemistry, so the more detailed the explanation, the better.
How have we gone about guessing, what factors are used to do so? What is the most recent data?
EDIT: try not to quote me easily accessible vague research, I've already done google searches! Thank you :)