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Atomic energy levels as derived from the analyses of optical spectra

C. E. Moore

Atomic energy levels as derived from the analyses of optical spectra

by C. E. Moore

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Published by U.S. Government Printing Office .
Written in English


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Statementby C.E. Moore. Vol.3, 42Mo-57La / hf-89Ac.
SeriesNational Bureau of Standards circular -- no.467
ContributionsNational Bureau of Standards.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20877594M

Atomic Energy Levels as Derived from the Analyses of Optical Spectra, ; Further reading. BAAS Obituary; Bibliography from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific "Oral History Transcript — Dr. Charlotte Moore Sitterly", American Institute of Physics. Wayne, Tiffany K. (). American women of science since Santa Barbara, Calif Fields: astronomy. Abstract. The present article is less comprehensive than the title would suggest. Firstly, the treatment is confined to spectra arising through the excitation of the outermost electrons in free atoms or ions, thus excluding, for instance, X-ray spectra, which are the subject of other articles in this Encyclopedia the influence on atomic spectra of external magnetic and electric .

Vlado Valković, in Radioactivity in the Environment (Second Edition), Inductively coupled-plasma-optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) Atomic spectroscopy is widely used in inorganic chemistry to determine total element concentrations in many sample types, and generally allows rapid sample throughput. The optical techniques allow determination of . Atomic energy levels usually get closer together as energy increases. Problem - Energy Levels Draw an energy level diagram for this hypothetical atom. Label the 4 states as E 1, E 2, E 3, and E 4, with E 1 File Size: 1MB.

@article{osti_, title = {Present status of the analyses of the first and second spectra of uranium (U I and U II) as derived from measurements of optical spectra}, author = {Steinhaus, David W. and Radziemski, Jr., Leon J. and Cowan, Robert D. and Blaise, Jean and Guelachvili, Guy and Osman, Zeineb Ben and Verges, Jean}, abstractNote = {Progress on measurements . from book Allen''''s from known energy levels or from levels derived from scaled radial integrals. on atomic spectra as derived from analyses of optical spectra. Both the atomic energy.


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Abstract. Experimentally derived energy levels of the elements from potassium to nickel in all stages of ionization are critically compiled. The data for each level include its position in /cm (relative to the ground state), configuration, term designation, J-value, and, where available, the g-value and two leading percentages of the eigenvector composition in the most appropriate .