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Gillian Nave (Fed)

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Atomic Transition Probabilities for DyI and DyII

October 12, 2021
M E. Wickliffe, James E. Lawler, Gillian Nave
Atomic transition probabilities for 915 spectral lines of neutral and singly ionized dysprosium are reported. Typical uncertainties are less than +/- 10%. Branching fractions, measured using the 1.0 m Fourier transform spectrometer (FTS) at the National

The Spectrum and Term Analysis of Singly-Ionized Manganese

January 13, 2021
Florence Liggins, J C. Pickering, Gillian Nave, Jacob W. Ward, Wan-U Lydia Tchang-Brillet
An extensive analysis of the Mn spectrum was carried out using high-resolution Fourier transform (FT) and grating spectroscopy of Mn-Ne and Mn-Ar hollow cathode discharge sources, over the range 82 nm to 5500 nm (1820 cm −1 to 121728 cm −1 ). Spectral

Spectrum of Ni V in the Vacuum Ultraviolet

November 27, 2019
Jacob W. Ward, A J. Raassen, Alexander Kramida, Gillian Nave
This work presents 97 remeasured Fe V wavelengths (1200 Å to 1600 Å) and 123 remeasured Ni V wavelengths (1200 Å to 1400 Å) with uncertainties of approximately 2 mÅ. An additional 67 remeasured Fe V wavelengths and 72 remeasured Ni V wavelengths with

Transition probabilities of Co II, weak lines to the ground and low metastable levels

September 5, 2018
James E. Lawler, T. Feigenson, Chris Sneden, John J. Cowan, Gillian Nave
New branching fraction measurements based primarily on data from a cross dispersed echelle spectrometer are reported for 84 lines of Co II. The branching fractions for 82 lines are converted to absolute atomic transition probabilities using radiative

J. Chem. Phys. 148, 244302 (2018);, 244302(C) 2018 Author(s).Fourier-transform-spectroscopicphotoabsorption cross sections andoscillator strengths for theS2 B 3..u..X 3..g system

June 25, 2018
G. Stark, H. Herde, J. R. Lyons, A. N. Heays, N. Oliveira, Gillian Nave, B. R. Lewis, S. T. Gibson
Photoabsorption cross sections and oscillator strengths for the strong, predissociating vibrational bands, v 11, in the S2 B 3..u .. X 3..g (v; 0) system are reported. Absorption measurements were undertaken of S2 vapor in a radio-frequency discharge

Development of a New, Precise Near-infrared Doppler Wavelength Reference: A Fiber Fabry-Perot Interferometer

January 31, 2013
Samuel Halverson, Suvrath Mahadevan, Lawrence W. Ramsey, Stephen L. Redman, Gillian Nave, John C. Wilson , Fred Hearty, Jon Holtzman
We present the ongoing development of a commercially available Micron Optics ber-Fabry Perot Interferometer as a precise, stable, easy to use, and economic spectrograph reference with the goal of achieving 1 m s..1 long term stability. Fiber Fabry-Perot

The spectrum of Fe II

January 1, 2013
Gillian Nave, S Johansson
The spectrum of singly-ionized iron (Fe II) has been recorded using high-resolution Fourier transform and grating spectroscopy over the wavelength range 900 Å to 5.5 μm. The spectra were recorded in high-current continuous and pulsed hollow cathode

A High-Resolution Atlas of Uranium-Neon in the H Band

February 3, 2012
Scott A. Diddams, Stephen L. Redman, Gabriel G. Ycas, Ryan Terrien, Suvrath Mahadevan, Lawrence W. Ramsey, Chad F. Bender, Steve Osterman, Franklyn J. Quinlan, James E. Lawler, Gillian Nave
The rapid advance in near-infrared (NIR) detector technology in the past decade has lead to a number of high-resolution astronomical spectrometers that are either in operation or in the planning stages. Precision wavelength calibration techniques

Use of Phosphor Image Plates for Measuring Intensities in Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectra

January 28, 2011
Gillian Nave, Craig J. Sansonetti, Csilla Szabo, John J. Curry, Darren Smillie
We describe the use of phosphor image plates for recording spectra in the vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) and for determining accurate relative and absolute intensities. We investigated the spatial uniformity, noise level, linearity of the response to VUV light

An optical frequency comb for infrared spectrograph calibration

November 17, 2010
Gabriel G. Ycas, Franklyn J. Quinlan, Steve Osterman, Gillian Nave, Craig J. Sansonetti, Scott A. Diddams
Detection of extrasolar planets by measurement of the stellar radial velocity shift requires high resolution spectroscopy with long term stability. Presently, the primary wavelength standards in the NIR are NePt and ThAr lamps and absorption cells. These

Atomic Data for Lighting Applications

October 16, 2008
Gillian Nave, Craig J. Sansonetti, Joseph Reader
A major objective of our research program is the observation of spectra of rare earth elements in support of our program of atomic data measurements for lighting applications. Three years ago, NIST acquired a high-resolution Fourier transform spectrometer