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In terms of the coordinate system in Figure 3a, this experimental potential, obtained from appropriate scattering experiments in the same manner as atom-atom potentials, is then assumed to be ELASTIC SCATTERING OF HIGH-ENERGY BEAMS 49 where r is the distance between the center of mass of the molecule and the interacting atom, R is the distance between a constituent atom of the molecule and the interacting atom, and 0 is the angle between r and a, the half length o f the molecular bond, so that do = 2n sin 0 do.
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