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Working Group on Atomic Transition Probabilities

Published

Author(s)

Wolfgang L. Wiese, Jeffrey R. Fuhr

Abstract

A literature survey of experimental and theoretical work on atomic transition probabilities of astrophysical interest published during the last 3 years is presented. The important literature references, identified by a running number, are collected by chemical element and spectrum in a survey table, and a correlated listing of the literature references is given. Highlights of transition probability research during the last 3 years and new major tabulations are briefly discussed.
Citation
Reports on Astronomy
Volume
XXVA

Keywords

astrophysical interest, atomic transition probabilities, bibliography, data compilations, databases, literature references

Citation

Wiese, W. and Fuhr, J. (2002), Working Group on Atomic Transition Probabilities, Reports on Astronomy (Accessed April 18, 2024)
Created July 1, 2002, Updated February 17, 2017