We have assumed that the experimental rainbow structure is an experimental result, which should be presented in the module Results. Given the results of the experimental differential cross section, the rainbows can be pinpointed directly in the figures.
In the original version the experimental and the theoretical rainbow structure were plotted in the same figure. There are many methods of comparing theoretical and experimental results. As in this case 1) the experimental results were used to fit some theoretical parameters, and 2) the theoretical results came close to the experimental ones, the authors chose in most cases to plot them in the same figure.
We have separated these two types of (intermediary) results, because they have been obtained in different procedures. However, the reader can plot them in the same picture. The explicit `comparison' link between this module A08-m4bi2 and its theoretical counterpart A08-m4bii3.
A graphical presentation is given of the experimentally and theoretically determined rainbow angles at 12 (not explicitly specified) initial energies.
The initial energies for the rainbow angles lie in the range of the energies of 13-55 eV according to the text, but 13-63 eV according to the figure. All energies can be obtained from the figure.
We are not entirely sure why the authors included the figures with the detector signals in the original article. In the text, the only reference to the figures deal with the sharp decrease of the signal.
In the arrows that are added to the figures indicate the theoretical rainbow structure. So, probably these figures serve some purpose in the interpretation. However, as we don't know what purpose, we merely consider them as results.
The figures with the detector signals represent rawer results than the figures with the rainbow structure. However, the difference in the degree of treatment is not large, as some treatment has already taken place, with respect to the interstitial points as is mentioned explicitly. Therefore, these have included these figures in the same complex module as the figures with the differential cross section, i.e. the module Treated results rather than the Raw data.
From this module, the complete sequential path leads to the theoretical results. In the essay-type path, the theoretical results do not appear at all. Following that path the reader is led to the Theoretical methods.