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[en] Nuclear Reaction Analysis (NRA) and more specifically d-NRA is a suitable technique for "1"6O detection on or near surface of a compound containing heavy elements. The main problem of d-NRA is the limited number of NRA differential cross section data sets and their differences. The differential cross sections of "1"6O(d,p_0_,_1) reactions were measured in the present work for E_d_,_l_a_b = 700–1800 keV, at four scattering angles, namely at 90°, 135°, 150° and 165° which are suitable for NRA. Differential cross sections were collected with an energy step of ∼10 keV. However, detailed measurements were carried out with an energy step of ∼2 keV around resonances. The results are compared with previous studies and the similarities and differences are discussed.