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This implies that the softness of the repulsion cannot be ignored especially at energies where the penetration of the particle wave function into the surface becomes appreciable. The fourth section is a discussion of threshold resonances generated by soft potentials. We find that the threshold resonance is characterized by a divergence in the slope of the intensity versus 8. curve, not only for the emerging beam, but for the other diffracted 1 peaks as well. However, we find that the strength of these resonances is strongly dependent on the slope of the potential and for realistic soft potentials they will be difficult to observe.