Calculation of Rates of 4p–4d Transitions in Ar II
AbstractRecent experimental work by Belmonte et al. (2014) has given rates for some 4p–4d transitions that are significantly at variance with the previous experimental work of Rudko and Tang (1967) recommended in the NIST tabulations. To date, there are no theoretical rates with which to compare. In this work, we provide such theoretical data. We have undertaken a substantial and systematic configuration interaction calculation, with an extrapolation process applied to ab initio mixing coefficients, which gives energy differences in agreement with experiment. The length and velocity forms give values that are within 10%–15% of each other. Our results are in sufficiently close agreement with those of Belmonte et al. that we can confidently recommend that their results are much more accurate than the early results of Rudko and Tang, and should be adopted in place of the latter. View Full-Text
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Hibbert, A. Calculation of Rates of 4p–4d Transitions in Ar II. Atoms 2017, 5, 8.
Hibbert A. Calculation of Rates of 4p–4d Transitions in Ar II. Atoms. 2017; 5(1):8.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hibbert, Alan. 2017. "Calculation of Rates of 4p–4d Transitions in Ar II." Atoms 5, no. 1: 8.
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