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Plasma Broadening and Shifts of Non-Hydrogenic Spectral Lines: An Overview of Recent Results

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Author(s)

N Konjevic, A Lesage, Jeffrey R. Fuhr, Wolfgang L. Wiese

Abstract

The recent status of the experimental studies of plasma broadening and shifts of non-hydrogenic neutral atom and positive ion spectral lines is reviewed and the results of comparisons with theory are discussed. The advances of the experimental techniques and procedures are also discussed.
Proceedings Title
Spectral Line Shapes. 15th ICSLS.
Volume
No. 559
Conference Dates
July 10-14, 2000
Conference Location
Berlin, 1, GE
Conference Title
AIP Conference Proceedings

Keywords

advances in techniques, experimental data, plasma broadening, review, stark shifts, stark widths

Citation

Konjevic, N. , Lesage, A. , Fuhr, J. and Wiese, W. (2001), Plasma Broadening and Shifts of Non-Hydrogenic Spectral Lines: An Overview of Recent Results, Spectral Line Shapes. 15th ICSLS., Berlin, 1, GE (Accessed May 26, 2024)

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Created June 30, 2001, Updated October 12, 2021