- Methods is a compound module, in which the specific (experimental and theoretical) methods are generalised as `methods in general'.
- This is a complex module in which the experimental methods and the theoretical methods are brought together. The module summary overlaps a lot with its constituent modules, with the results, with the module summary of the Interpretation A05-m5 (coherence) and with the `summarising' modules Central problem A05-m2band Findings A05-m6a. In fact this module summary provides an abstract of the article as a whole, emphasising the method aspect.
- In the original text, the authors speak of a `simple classical model' (e.g. in the original abstract). We have specified that model in the running text as a `atom-atom model for ion-pair formation in molecular collisions'.