The cross sections have been measured in the range of 13-85 eV at about 12 different kinetic energies. The number of energies and their precise value are not explicitly stated in the article; they can be derived from figure of the rainbow structure versus the initial colliding energy.
In the original article, the results of the experimental cross sections at 13.1 and 18.2 eV are presented in full in a figure. The results for 13.1 are the ones that are used throughout the article: the deflection function and the calculated differential cross sections presented in the figures are determined for 13.1 eV. Furthermore, the detector signal versus the scattering angle is given in a figure for 18.2 eV, 38.7 eV, 55.0 eV, 83.5 eV. For 13.1 eV, 20.7 eV, 29.7 eV, 38.7 eV and 55.0 eV the general shape of the differential cross section is given.
The modular model allows for the distinction of elementary modules each with the differential cross section at one particular energy. However, this would lead to the creation of tens of strongly overlapping modules. It is not only unpractical to distinguish such modules, but also unnecessary, as the reaction at different energies are not considered to be different concepts of interest by any reader.
In the modularisation process, we have derived the information represented in this module from various sections. In the original article, the core of the experimental results was given in the 5.Measurements section, the information about the data analysis in the section 2.5 Data, and the smoothed curves were given in 6.4 General shape.