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Atomic Spectroscopic Databases at NIST

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Author(s)

Joseph Reader, Alexander Kramida, Yuri Ralchenko

Abstract

We present recent work at NIST to develop and maintain databases for spectra, transition probabilities, and energy levels of atoms that are astrophysically important. We also describe our programs to critically compile these data as well as the recently developed plasma population kinetics databases and online collisional-radiative code.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings of the 2010 NASA Laboratory Astrophysics Workshop
Conference Dates
October 25-28, 2010
Conference Location
Gatlinburg, TN, US

Keywords

atomic spectra, wavelengths, energy levels, transition probabilities, database, bibliographical, critical compilation, astrophysics, online codes, plasma kinetics

Citation

Reader, J. , Kramida, A. and Ralchenko, Y. (2010), Atomic Spectroscopic Databases at NIST, Proceedings of the 2010 NASA Laboratory Astrophysics Workshop , Gatlinburg, TN, US (Accessed June 13, 2024)

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Created October 28, 2010, Updated July 18, 2023