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Figure 5
Polder map around bromophenoxy propanamide (fragment 1). Left panel, side view of 1 and corresponding polder map at 1.84 Å showing a positive Fourier density peak at 3 r.m.s.d. surrounding the fragment. Right panel, 90° rotation of the same region. The density on the right of the fragment in this orientation could be due to the binding of water molecules or crystallant molecules or a combination thereof. The electron density for the Br atom is intense (present at a contour level of 20 r.m.s.d. in the polder map or beyond 8  r.m.s.d. in the typical 2mFoDFc maps).

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