The set-up is an aggregate of distinct components. In the original article, subsections are distinguished for some of these components. In the modular version, these components are not represented in separate modules at the microscopic level, although they are presented in different paragraphs of the elementary Experimental methods module. We have mentioned in this module every component sketched in the schematic drawing of the apparatus.
At the mesoscopic level the Experimental methods are represented in a compound module consisting of constituent modules about the various components. In this appendix, we have not provided all of these modules. We have indicated which modules can be created and we have provided, as examples, two particular mesoscopic modules Experimental methods. Firstly, the details on the iodine oven that are given in the original article are recast in MESO-m3a-I. Secondly, the information about the Ir-wire surface ionisaton detector that is dispersed over several original articles is cast into the module MESO-m3a-Ir.
The size of the collimation slits seems to change between articles. Therefore it is microscopic information and therefore it is mentioned in this module.
Information with respect to the restrictions of the set-up, i.e. the precision,
has been made explicit in this module.
This module corresponds quite closely to the section 2.Experimental. The difference is that we have recast the description of the iodine source into a mesoscopic module, as it is a complex set-up that can be used again, even though it turned out to be used only for this article. We have included the use of interstitial points, as described in subsection 2.5 Data, in the module A08-m4b Treated results. Also, the sequence of the account of the components has been changed with respect to the original version.
In the original article, the authors state that the charge-exchange source is ``described elsewhere'', namely is RfA088. In the modular version, this reference is recast in a link to a mesoscopic account of that source.
From this module Experimental methods, the essay-type sequential path leads to the module A08-m4bi1, in which experimental treated results are presented.