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Figure 6
The results of multiple runs with variable given electron densities for the hydrophilic (ρheads) and the hydrophobic (ρtails) parts of the corona. The quantities ρheads and ρtails represent the final electron densities after taking into account the fitted value of the electronic contrast bias (α) by CRYSOL. Geometric parameters and electron densities are mean values for all models with χ within +5% difference from the global minimum, which have essentially nearly indistinguishable scattering curves. The standard deviation for each calculated quantity is indicated below the corresponding mean value. The orange shaded case indicates the worst agreement between the model and the experimental data. The grey-shaded data denote the most self-consistent results, in terms of agreement between the number of detergent molecules calculated either from the hydrophobic or the hydrophilic volumes of the model and in terms of the lowest average contrast bias.

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