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New Generation of the NIST Atomic Spectroscopic Databases

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Author(s)

Y Ralchenko, Jeffrey R. Fuhr, F C. Jou, Alexander Kramida, William C. Martin, Larissa Podobedova, Joseph Reader, E B. Salomon, Jean E. Sansonetti, Wolfgang L. Wiese

Abstract

The latest advances in development of atomic spectroscopic databases at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) result from implementation of modern technologies in database management and database-user interaction. Here we report a number of recently developed and updated databases that exemplify this trend, and outline future plans for expansion and enhancement of the NIST atomic databases.
Citation
Journal of Plasma and Fusion Research
Volume
771

Keywords

atomic ions, atoms, database, energy levels, Grotrian diagrams, online, spectral lines, transition probabilities, wavelengths

Citation

Ralchenko, Y. , Fuhr, J. , Jou, F. , Kramida, A. , Martin, W. , Podobedova, L. , Reader, J. , Salomon, E. , Sansonetti, J. and Wiese, W. (2005), New Generation of the NIST Atomic Spectroscopic Databases, Journal of Plasma and Fusion Research (Accessed February 27, 2024)
Created January 2, 2005, Updated October 12, 2021