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Analysis of the 5d5 - 5d46p Transition Arrays of Four Times Ionized Iridium (Ir V)

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Author(s)

R R. Gayasov, Y N. Joshi, A J. Raassen, V Kaufman

Abstract

The spectrum of iridium was photographed in the 300 2040 region on a 3-m and on a 10.7-m normal incidence spectrograph. The sources used were a triggered spark and a sliding spark. The analysis of the 5d5 5d46p and the 5d46s 5d46p transition arrays of Ir V was carried out for the first time. On the basis of 1353 lines in the region 500 2100 , 91 out of 99 levels of the 5d5 + 5d46s even parity system and 165 out of 180 levels of the 5d46p odd parity system were established. Hartree-Fock calculations with relativistic corrections (HFR) and least-squares-fitted (LSF) parametric calculations were carried out to interpret the spectrum.
Citation
Physica Scripta
Volume
61

Keywords

iridium, spectrum

Citation

Gayasov, R. , Joshi, Y. , Raassen, A. and Kaufman, V. (1999), Analysis of the 5d<sup>5</sup> - 5d<sup>4</sup>6p Transition Arrays of Four Times Ionized Iridium (Ir V), Physica Scripta (Accessed June 16, 2024)

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Created August 1, 1999, Updated February 17, 2017