This is a complex module containing three different levels of constituent modules. In the first place, in this module two components are aggregated: Raw data and Treated results. In the second place, these components focus on the general case of two specific cases: experimental and theoretical results. In the third place, the experimental results are represented in a compound module with two components: an elementary module with the measurements of the differential cross sections, and an elementary module about the measured the rainbow structure. The theoretically oriented module Treated results is a compound of three components: an elementary module about the potential and deflection function, one about the calculated differential cross section, and one about the theoretical rainbow structure.
We have followed the guidelines specified in appendix A and considered the Treated results to be primary. We have results of only one `level of treatment', so we present them in the Treated results. Although we have not provided any Raw data modules, as we could not get any raw data from the published articles, we have indicated with "unclickable links" that raw data could be included in this module.
Assuming that relevant raw data are available for both the experimental and the theoretical cross sections, and for the rainbow structure, we have reflected the internal structure of the module Treated results in the internal structure of the module Raw data, except for the elementary module in which the potential and the deflection function are represented, which assumed not to have a counterpart in Raw data.