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FIGURE 4: Snapshots from simulations with 40, 200, and 360 g/L of ethanol and n-butanol. Alcohol molecules are shown in gray with the hydroxyl group in red. The water and lipids are shown as thin gray lines with the phosphate groups on the lipids marked with green balls. The simulation box is indicated in blue, and the simulation box at 8 g/L alcohol is indicated in gray.

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