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Figure 4
(a) Raw mean intensities 〈I〉 (solid squares) and 〈I/σI〉 (open squares) as a function of the uncorrected dose. Black and dashed lines: fits by exponential functions. Vertical dashed and dashed-dotted lines indicate the D1/2 obtained with the uncorrected dose. (b) Normalized quantities Mn plotted as a function of adjusted dose. Average intensity 〈Ifree (red solid squares) and 〈I/σIfree (red open squares) are plotted as a function of adjusted dose. Red solid line: fit by a straight line. Thin dotted line: fit by an exponential function. The dashed vertical line indicates the corresponding D1/2. Black solid and black open triangles: variation of the mean intensity 〈IL and 〈I/σIL, respectively, observed in the control experiment as a function of virtual dose. The black solid and dashed lines are fits by a straight line. (c) Normalized RAO values (black spheres) as a function of adjusted dose. Black dashed curve: fit by a single exponential. The horizontal/vertical dashed lines indicate R1/2AO and the corresponding kinetic dose limit D1/2K. (d) Red squares: relaxation times τRSV1 from the SVD analysis as a function of adjusted dose. The red dashed line is a guide to the eye. Green triangles: inverse of the rate coefficient (relaxation time τpost) obtained from posterior analysis. The green dashed line is a guide to the eye. Black spheres: difference between τpost and τRSV1. The dashed vertical line indicates the kinetic dose limit D1/2K.

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