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Atomic transition probabilities scandium through manganese

G. A. Martin

Atomic transition probabilities scandium through manganese

by G. A. Martin

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Published by Published by the American Chemical Society and the American Institute of Physics for the National Bureau of Standards in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atomic transition probabilities -- Tables.,
  • Scandium.,
  • Titanium.,
  • Vanadium.,
  • Chromium.,
  • Manganese.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJournal of physical and chemical reference data. Vol. 17 (Supplement no. 3)
    StatementG.A. Martin, J.R. Fuhr, and W.L. Wiese.
    GenreTables.
    ContributionsFuhr, J. R., Wiese, W. L., United States. National Bureau of Standards.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 512 p. ;
    Number of Pages512
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21857810M
    ISBN 100883185857
    LC Control Number88072277

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    Energy level data are given for 66 atoms and atomic ions of the 15 elements lanthanum (Z=57) through lutetium (Z=71). These data have been critically compiled from published and unpublished material. Only experimentally determined energy levels are included, the energies being restricted to excitations of outer-shell electrons and to inner-shell excitations up to the soft x-ray range. He has developed bibliographic databases on atomic transition probabilities and atomic spectral line broadening and provides input to the NIST Atomic Spectra Database. Selected Publications J.R. Fuhr and W.L. Wiese, "NIST Atomic Transition Probability Tables," in Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 84th Edition, ed. by D.R. Lide (CRC Press, Boca.


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Atomic Transition Probabilities Scandium Through Manganese book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for : Not Available adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86ACited by: Title: Atomic Transition Probabilities Scandium through Manganese Atomic transition probabilities for about 8, spectral lines of five iron-group elements, Sc(Z = 21) to Mn(Z = 25), are critically compiled, based on all available literature sources.

Atomic transition probabilities scandium through manganese. New York: Published by the American Chemical Society and the American Institute of Physics for the National Bureau of Standards, © (OCoLC) scandium and titanium [4].

The literature sources are taken from the bibliographies on atomic transition probabilities [5], which have been published by this NBS data center. In addition, the more recent literature since the issuance of the latest supple­ mental bibliography has been taken from a File Size: 7MB.

Atomic transition probabilities for about spectral lines of the elements vanadium, chromium, and manganese through all stages of ionization have been critically evaluated and compiled.

All available literature sources have been utilized. Systematic trends along isoelectronic sequences have been extensively exploited to predict oscillator strengths (f‐values) whenever no data were Cited by:   Atomic transition probabilities for about allowed spectral lines of the elements scandium and titanium through all stages of ionization have been critically evaluated and compiled.

All available literature sources have been utilized. The data are presented in separable tables for each element and stage of ionization and are arranged according to multiplets and, when appropriate, also Cited by: Martin G A, Fuhr J R and Wiese W L Atomic Transition Probabilities - Scandium through Manganese J.

Phys. Chem. Ref. D Suppl. 3 Google Scholar Lawler J E and Dakin J T J. Opt. Soc. B 6 Cited by:   Wiese W.L., Fuhr J.R. () On the accuracy of atomic transition probabilities. In: Wehrse R. (eds) Accuracy of Element Abundances from Stellar Atmospheres. Lecture Notes in Cited by: 1.

Figure \(\PageIndex{5}\):Transition metals of the first transition series can form compounds with varying oxidation states. For the elements scandium through manganese (the first half of the first transition series), the highest oxidation state corresponds to the loss of all of the electrons in both the s and d orbitals of their valence shells.

Atomic transition probabilities for about spectral lines of the elements vanadium, chromium, and manganese through all stages of ionization have been critically evaluated and compiled.

A Critical Table of Atomic Transition Probabilities W.L Wiese National Institute of Standards and Technology US Department of Commerce Gaithersburg, MD july 5, This book is the first ofa set offour books in which atomic transition probabilities are critically evaluated and compiled.” 3 It repre-sents the first comprehensive.

Buy Atomic Transition Probabilities (Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Atomic Transition Probabilities (Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data): Springer: : Books. C.E. Moore: Atomic Energy Levels, Nat.

Bur. Stand.(U.S.) Circular Vol. I () (H through V); Vol. II () (Cr through Nb); and Vol. III () (Mo through La Author: W.L. Wiese. NIST Data Center on Atomic Transition Probabilities The Data Center on Atomic Transition Probabilities collects, catalogs, and evaluates data on transition probabilities and oscillator strengths of atoms and atomic ions in the gas phase, as well as radiative lifetimes of atomic and ionic : Alexander Scheeline.

Transition elements are those with partially filled d or f shells. The 3d transition metals have been extensively studied and their periodic properties analyzed.

The elements scandium, titanium, vanadium, chromium, manganese, iron, cobalt, nickel, copper, and zinc have the atomic. ORNLW3 Physics Division ATOMIC DATA FOR FUSION -VOLUME VI SPECIROSCOPIC DATA FOR TITANIUM, CHROMIUM, AND NICKEL Volume 3. Nickel W. Wiese and A.

Musgrove National Institute for Standards and Technology. This report hc1s been reproduced directly from the best available copy Availabie to DOE and DOE contractors trom int, Office ot Scientific and fechrn cal lnforrnat1on, PO Oak Ridge.

TN prices available from {)FTS Available to the public from the National Technical Information Service U.S Department of Commerce. The Institute of Physics (IOP) is a leading scientific society promoting physics and bringing physicists together for the benefit of all.

It has a worldwide membership of around 50 comprising physicists from all sectors, as well as those with an interest in by: Supplements: ATOMIC TRANSITION PROBABILITIES IRON THROUGH NICKEL, by J. Fuhr, G. Martin, and W. Wiese.(Supplement No. 4 to Volume 17)pp. (MB) ATOMIC TRANSITION PROBABILITIES SCANDIUM THROUGH MANGANESE, by G.

Martin, J. Fuhr, and W. Wiese.(Supplement No. 3 to Volume 17)pp. ( MB) THERMODYNAMIC AND. The database currently contains references, dating from through and is updated regularly. This database contains references to publications that include numerical data, comments, and reviews on atomic transition probabilities (oscillator strengths, line strengths, or radiative lifetimes), and is part of the collection of the NIST.W.

L. Wiese's research works with 7, citations and 3, reads, including: NIST program of spectroscopic data for light elements of fusion interest.Two volumes of Atomic Transition Probabilities covering the first twenty elements, i.

e., hydrogen (Z= 1) through neon (Z= 10) and sodium (Z= 11) through calcium (Z= 20) were published in and by W. L. Wiese and coworkers [6,7]. These books were structured in a manner similar to the energy level volumes and contained both the.