- A05-m3c argues and explains that the model is not really applicable in the present situation. That is not a conclusion of the article: the authors were already aware it and stated it in the Introduction of the original article. The authors tried how far they could get using this admittedly inadequate theoretical model. In article A08 this problem is addressed, by considering a more simple system for which the assumptions are valid.
- Person's interatomic potential curves are used to explain and argue that the vibrational excitation plays an important role, and therefore the link to Person is typed as `is explained in/is argued in' (see the definition of the relations based on the communicative function).
If Person's article were modularised, the reference would point to a specific module m*: a particular figure is used as input in the line of reasoning presented in this module; this fact is typed in the link as 'input from'.
The value for the electron affinity reported in A03-m4b is also imported into this line of reasoning: the fact that the values disagrees with the value found here is used as an argument: 'is argued in'.
- In this module the value of the electron affinity that is only calculated `later on' in the problem-solution pattern (and later on in the original article) is used as an argument supporting the standpoint that the effect of vibration is large in this reaction. The line of reasoning in the article is not linear. In a modular, non-linear structure, such a `forward reference' can be made explicit in a link labelled `Input from' to the Interpretation module.
- This theoretical model does not depend on the experimental results, although its presentation in the original article does so (the model is explained using a figure containing experimental results). In fact the model is only concerned with general shapes and not with the exact results.
- This Theoretical methods module is relatively small (with respect to the results and especially the interpretation). However, that is only the case because the account of the theoretical models used in this article is general information that is presented in mesoscopic modules that allows for multiple use. A brief summary of the theoretical methods is given. The discussion of the applicability to the reactions at hand is `new information', which is not part of the mesoscopic modules.
- A lot of information that we classified as Theoretical methods was presented in the Introduction of the original article.
- In principle, this modular article is embedded in a network of modularly published articles. Here, however, only corpus articles are in modular form. Therefore, we could only specify the target article of the external links to articles that are not part of the corpus, not the particular module that would have been referred to if it had been available. We indicate such a target as Ax-m*.