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Atomic transition probabilities have been critically evaluated and compiled for about 11 spectral lines of sodium and magnesium nuclear charge Z =11–12, respectively. The cited values and their estimated uncertainties are based on our consideration of all.
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Get this from a library. Atomic transition probabilities. Vol. II, Sodium through calcium: a critical data compilation. [W L Wiese; United States. National Bureau of Standards.]. Atomic transition probabilities of carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen: a critical data compilationCited by: Wavelengths and transition probabilities for atoms and atomic ions: Part 2.
Transition probabilities. This chapter presents the calculation of atomic transition probabilities. Measurements of lifetimes proceed by exciting the atoms of interest either optically or by electron impact and studying the subsequent decay by one of a variety of techniques.
In favorable circumstances, accuracy for the lifetime of better than 10% is frequently possible. Ionization and Transition Probabilities is the first volume in Atomic Inner Shell Processes which describes the relative status of the physics of atomic inner shells.
Both volumes can be applied and used in various traditional scientific disciplines. Volume I consists of 11 chapters written by different authors, each an expert in the field. "Atomic Multielectron Processes is the first comprehensive collection of data (mostly the total cross sections and methods for their measurements and calculations) devoted to multielectron transitions in atoms and ions induced by single collisions with charged particles and photons: multielectron ionization, excitation, and other processes.
The selection first offers information on forbidden and allowed transitions, including forbidden transitions in diatomic molecular spectra; forbidden transitions in crystals; calculations of atomic line strengths; and measurements of atomic transition probabilities.
The book also ponders on photoionization processes, photodetachment, and high. Wavelengths for ab spectral lines of atoms and atomic ions, as well as transition probabilities A for about lines, are tabulated. The data were selected in such a way as to include the prominent lines over a wide spectra region.
Wavelengths of lines of neutral through quadruply ionized atoms in the range 40 to 40, A are first presented, then transition probability data for. atomic transition probabilities volume 1 - hydrogen through neon a critical data compilation; volume 2 - sodium through calcium a critical data compilation [wiese, w.
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Price New from Used from Cited by: Atomic transition probabilities from a combination of emission branching fractions (BFs) and radiative lifetime measurements are reported for lines of Sm i.
A high resolution FTS is used for the emission BF measurements. The LIF technique on a slow atomic beam was used in the recently published radiative lifetime measurements. Bibliography on atomic transition probabilities Paperback – Octo by. Anonymous (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Atomic Transition ProbabilitiesAuthor: W L Wiese. Inthe ﬁrst edition of reference data for the atomic transition probabilities of the light elements hydrogen through neon, of atomic numbers 1 to 10, was published by the U. National Bureau of Standards NBS, now the Na-tional Institute of Standards and Technology NIST.1 Since then, large amounts of much higher quality data have be.
The transition probabilities between the ground state X 1 ∑ + g and the individual vibrational levels of the B' 1 ∑ + u and D 1 Π u states have been calculated by Glass-Maujean () using dipole moment functions for the X → B' transitions from Wolniewicz () and for the X → D transitions from Rothenberg and Davidson () and high-quality potential energy curves for X 1+, B' 1.
Atomic transition probabilities. Vol. 2: Sodium through Calcium. A critical data compilation. to determine accurate absolute atomic transition probabilities (e.g. Lawler et al a, b,Stockett et al ). The recent availability of a large set of lifetime measurements for neutral Sm (Den Hartog and Lawler ) motivated us to extend the atomic transition probability measurements to Sm I as described in this paper.
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