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Treated results: Theoretical rainbow structure=A08-m4bii3

The calculated relative positions of the rainbow maxima at collisional energies from 13.1 eV up to 55 eV have been given in figure  A08-m4bii3-F1 . [Compare to the experimental results(link type: 'compare'; target: results A08-m4bi2] [These are intermediary results copied from the Quantitative interpretation (link type: 'input from'; target: A08-m5bii1] [To particulars on the calculation methods (link type: 'depends on'; target: A08-m3cii]
[To the FULL figure] Figure A08-m4bii3-F1: Rainbow structure versus initial colliding energy (CM system). The dashed curves show the calculated positions of the maxima of rainbow and supernumeraries

The wavelength of the repulsive interference as a function of the kinetic energy has been given in Fig. A08-m4bii3-F2. In the energy range from 13 to 84 eV, the curve in this figure represents the calculated wavelengths after a fitting procedure that delivered the missing parameters of the covalent repulsive potential. [Compare to the experimental results (link type: 'is compared to'; target: results A08-m4bi2].
Figure A08-m4bii3-F2: Wavelength of the oscillatory differential cross section (CM system) due to net-repulsive scattering, versus the colliding energy. The curve gives the calculated wavelengths.