Spectrum of Sn5+ in the Region 500–1300 Å
AbstractThe spectrum of tin, excited in a vacuum spark, was recorded in the region 500–1131 Å on a 6.65-m normal incidence spectrograph. The transitions between 4d85s, 4d86s, 4d85p and 4d85d excited configurations in Sn VI were studied. More than 500 lines of the 4d85p–4d85d and 4d85p–4d86s were identified with the aid of the Cowan code calculations. 67 energy levels (out of 70 possible levels of the 4d85d configuration) and all but two 4d86s levels were found. The wavelength of the 4d85s–4d85p transitions in the region 839–1131 Å were re-measured and supplemented by Sn VI lines in the region 1131–1300 Å measured previously by Srivastava et al. (1977) for optimisation of the energy level values. The SnVI line list in the region 500–1300 Å contains now 741 lines with calculated transition probabilities. View Full-Text
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Ryabtsev, A.; Kildiyarova, R.; Kononov, E. Spectrum of Sn5+ in the Region 500–1300 Å. Atoms 2017, 5, 47.
Ryabtsev A, Kildiyarova R, Kononov E. Spectrum of Sn5+ in the Region 500–1300 Å. Atoms. 2017; 5(4):47.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ryabtsev, Alexander; Kildiyarova, Rimma; Kononov, Edward. 2017. "Spectrum of Sn5+ in the Region 500–1300 Å." Atoms 5, no. 4: 47.
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