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Treated results: Experimental rainbow structure=A08-m4bi2

Fig. A08-m4bi2-F1 shows the rainbow structures at collisional energies from 13.1 eV up to 55 eV [Compare to the theoretical results (link type: 'compare'; target: results A08-m4bii3].
[To the FULL figure] Figure A08-m4bi2-F1: Rainbow structure versus initial colliding energy (CM system).

From twelve measured rainbow structures the relative positions of the maxima of primary rainbow and supernumeraries have been given while, arbitrary, always the third supernumerary rainbow has been chosen as a zero point and has been placed on a straight line
[The rainbows are identified in the plots of the differential cross section (link type: 'depends on'; target: A08-m4bi1] . In the figure the outer curves indicate the boundaries of the rainbow structure. At the left side the curve connects the maxima of the primary rainbows, at the right-hand side the curve connects the measured maxima in the polar differential cross section curve at $\tau\approx 65$, indicating scattering with maximal collision parameter $b\approx R_\c$. The other full lines connect the measured maxima of the corresponding supernumeraries.

[To the FULL figure] Figure A08-m4bi2-F2: Wavelength of the oscillatory differential cross section (CM system) due to net-repulsive scattering, versus the colliding energy.
The wavelength of the repulsive interference as a function of the kinetic energy has been given in Fig. 
A08-m4bi2-F2 [Compare to the theoretical results (link type: 'compare'; target: results A08-m4bii3] . In the energy range from 13 to 84 eV these values concern the wavelength of the oscillations directly beyond the primary rainbows. Because a varying value of the wavelength as a function of the scattering angle could not be observed, the values given in Fig. A08-m4bi2-F2 form the averaged values of ten oscillations just beyond the rainbow angle. The error bars only indicate the error in the relative position of first and tenth oscillation.
[To the FULL figure] Figure A08-m4bi2-F3: Detector signal versus laboratory scattering angle measured at colliding energies of 38.7 and 55.0 eV. The arrows indicate the maxima of the structure due to primary and supernumary rainbows of the differential cross section. The ordinate scales differ by a factor of ten and have been shifted at the zero points.
[To the FULL figure] Figure A08-m4bi2-F4: Detector signal versus laboratory scattering angle measured at colliding energies of 18.2 and 84 eV in the angular range just beyond the primary rainbows. The abscissas of the corresponding curves have been shifted in such a way that the maxima of the primary rainbows, indicated by $\theta_{\c{\rm l}.\rr\br}$, coincide.