Most of the embedding is derived from the section 1.Introduction, though the sequence of the paragraphs has been changed to form a more coherent module.
In this Situation module, like in the original 1.Introduction section, the article is explicitly linked to the previous article A05 on differential cross sections, in which unwarranted simplifications were made. In this article the authors take a step back and explore a simpler system for which the necessary assumptions are valid.
central issue of the article.
Like in the original Introduction, the findings of the previous article A05 are summarised here. This summary could, for the sake of efficiency, be reduced to a mere pointer to the Findings of A05. However, we have repeated that information, for the sake of completeness, in this Situation module, because it serves as an argument for the relevance of the research reported on in this article: article A08 provides a necessary step following article A05.
Following the definition of the Situation module, this module contains the argumentation on the relevance, in the given situation, of the central problem addressed in the article.
Rainbow and Stueckelberg oscillations, rotational coupling, the application of the semiclassical approximation and the Landau-Zener approximation are embedded via references to other work. We have created a mesoscopic module presenting information about the Landau-Zener approximation.
Reference RfA082 is a `broken link': J.A. Aten, G.A.L. Delvigne, and J. Los had planned to write that article, but it has never been published.