- These are `qualitative theoretical results': for this type of reactions, the potential, the deflection function and the differential cross section have the given form. Making the theoretical values exact would take place via fitting. However, it is concluded in the article that there is no quantitative agreement between the theoretical and the experimental values.

- The closed shape of the deflection function was a new result: other deflection functions were open, i.e. not bounded by the maximum distance
*b* = *R*_{c}. For closed deflection functions there is more than one contribution to a scattering angle, such that interference may occur.

- The general shape of the deflection function was `promoted' to the mesoscopic level, because the deflection function plays an important role in the calculation of the differential cross section. However, this figure turned out to be distorted by the fact that a collision between an atom and a molecule is treated as a binary collision. In A08 the deflection function is determined for an atom-atom collision and that, more reliable, deflection function than replaced the figure obtained here in the mesoscopic module.

- These theoretial results are copied from the
*Quantitative interpretation*, where they were obtained as intermediary results. As the sequential reader will also encounter them in the interpretation modules, the essay-type sequential path avoids this module.