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Spectra

  • Charles Cowley
  • Wolfgang L. Wiese
  • Jeffrey Fuhr
  • Ludmila A. Kuznetsova

Abstract

Extensive data and references are available online through the Internet [1]. A comprehensive, critically evaluated database, whose address is given below, is maintained by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Files of special relevance to atomic spectroscopy are the Atomic Spectroscopic Database by J.R. Fuhr, W.C. Martin, A. Musgrove, J. Sugar, and W.L. Wiese, Bibliographic Database on Atomic Transition Probabilities by J.R. Fuhr and H.R. Felrice, and Program of the NIST Atomic Data Centers by W.L. Wiese and W.C. Martin. The uniform resource locator, or URL, is currently http://physics.nist.gov/PhysRefData/contents.html. File names and locations are subject to change. The above files might be found by first “opening” http://physics.nist.gov/ and following the appropriate links, or simply by doing a network search for the keywords “NIST atomic data.”

Keywords

Angular Momentum Quantum Number Selection Rule Nuclear Spin Orbital Angular Momentum 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Charles Cowley
  • Wolfgang L. Wiese
  • Jeffrey Fuhr
  • Ludmila A. Kuznetsova

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