Electron-Impact Widths and Shifts of B III 2p-2s Lines
AbstractIn this paper, we present results for the relativistic quantum mechanical calculations of electron-impact line widths and shifts of 2p-2s transitions in doubly ionized boron (B III) ions. We use the Dirac R-matrix methods to solve (N + 1)-electron colliding systems for the scattering matrices that are required. The line widths are calculated for an electron density 1:81 × 1018 cm-3 and electron temperature 10:6 eV. The obtained results agree well with all the semiempirical calculations and most of the semiclassical calculations, and are closer to the experimental results published by Glenzer and Kunze (Glenzer, S.; Kunze, H.-J. Stark broadening of resonance transitions in B III. Phys. Rev. A 1996, 53, 2225–2229). Our line widths are almost twice as large as the earlier quantum mechanical calculations for the set of particular plasma conditions. View Full-Text
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Duan, B.; Bari, M.A.; Wu, Z.; Yan, J. Electron-Impact Widths and Shifts of B III 2p-2s Lines. Atoms 2014, 2, 207-214.
Duan B, Bari MA, Wu Z, Yan J. Electron-Impact Widths and Shifts of B III 2p-2s Lines. Atoms. 2014; 2(2):207-214.Chicago/Turabian Style
Duan, Bin; Bari, Muhammad A.; Wu, Zeqing; Yan, Jun. 2014. "Electron-Impact Widths and Shifts of B III 2p-2s Lines." Atoms 2, no. 2: 207-214.