Stark Widths of Ar II Spectral Lines in the Atmospheres of Subdwarf B Stars
AbstractStark broadening parameters are of interest for many problems in astrophysics and laboratory plasmas investigation. Ar II spectral lines are observed in many kinds of stellar atmospheres such as the atmospheres of B-Type stars and subdwarf B stars. In this work, we present theoretical Stark widths for Ar II spectral lines. We use the impact semiclassical perturbation approach. Our results are compared with the available experimental values. Finally, the importance of the Stark broadening mechanism is studied in atmospheric conditions of subdwarf B stars. View Full-Text
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Hamdi, R.; Ben Nessib, N.; Sahal Bréchot, S.; Dimitrijević, M.S. Stark Widths of Ar II Spectral Lines in the Atmospheres of Subdwarf B Stars. Atoms 2017, 5, 26.
Hamdi R, Ben Nessib N, Sahal Bréchot S, Dimitrijević MS. Stark Widths of Ar II Spectral Lines in the Atmospheres of Subdwarf B Stars. Atoms. 2017; 5(3):26.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hamdi, Rafik; Ben Nessib, Nabil; Sahal Bréchot, Sylvie; Dimitrijević, Milan S. 2017. "Stark Widths of Ar II Spectral Lines in the Atmospheres of Subdwarf B Stars." Atoms 5, no. 3: 26.
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