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Critically Assessed Tables of Atomic Spectroscopy Data

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Author(s)

Wolfgang L. Wiese

Abstract

The major NIST atomic spectroscopy data tables and the new NIST atomic spectra database (ASD) on the Internet are briefly reviewed. The need for critical assessments of atomic transition probabilities data is discussed, and the still unsatisfactory data situation for N II is presented as an example.
Proceedings Title
Stellar Evolution, Stellar Explosions, and Galactic Chemical Evolution; Proceedings of the 2nd Oak Ridge Symposium on Atomic & Nuclear Astrophysics
Volume
Part 1
Issue
Sec. 2
Conference Dates
December 2-6, 1997
Conference Location
Bristol, UK
Conference Title
Oak Ridge Symposium on Atomic and Nuclear Astrophysics

Keywords

atomic spectroscopy data, data assessment, Database, energy levels transition probabilities, wavelengths

Citation

Wiese, W. (1997), Critically Assessed Tables of Atomic Spectroscopy Data, Stellar Evolution, Stellar Explosions, and Galactic Chemical Evolution; Proceedings of the 2nd Oak Ridge Symposium on Atomic & Nuclear Astrophysics, Bristol, UK (Accessed May 27, 2024)

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Created December 1, 1997, Updated February 17, 2017