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The Critical Evaluation of Transition Probabilities of Na-Ca (Z=11 to 20)

Published

Author(s)

Daniel E. Kelleher, Larissa Podobedova

Abstract

We provide a progress report on the critical evaluation of transition probabilities for Na to Ca (Z-11-20), which are to replace the 30 year old NIST/AIP/ACS publication (Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data Monograph 7) on this material. Preliminary compilations have been performed for Na, Mg, Al, and Si. However, for fluorine-like spectra unexpectedly large deviations have been found between different large-scale theoretical calculations on which we rely heavily. The reasons for these discrepancies are currently being pursued.
Conference Dates
September 29-October 2, 1997
Conference Title
International Conference on Atomic and Molecular Data and their Applications

Keywords

atomic, compilation, line strengths, oscillator strengths, spectra, transition probabilities

Citation

Kelleher, D. and Podobedova, L. (1997), The Critical Evaluation of Transition Probabilities of Na-Ca (Z=11 to 20), International Conference on Atomic and Molecular Data and their Applications (Accessed June 12, 2021)
Created October 2, 1997, Updated June 13, 2017