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The noticeable GP effects in the reaction probabilities of Fig. 8 appear to have canceled completely. This observation is the first part of the cancellation puzzle [20, 21, 27, 29]. B that we should be able to solve it directly by applying Eq. (19), which will separate out the contributions to the DCS made by the 1-TS and 2-TS reaction paths. That this is true is shown by Fig. 9(b). It is apparent that the main backward concentration of the scattering comes entirely from the 1-TS paths. This is not a surprise, since, by definition, the direct abstraction mechanism mentioned only involves one TS.

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