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Experimental Stark Widths and Shifts for Non-Hydrogenic

By Konjevic, N.

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Title: Experimental Stark Widths and Shifts for Non-Hydrogenic  
Author: Konjevic, N.
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Introduction: This review is to our knowledge the first attempt to critically evaluate and assemble the experimental material on Stark broadening parameters for isolated lines of ionized spectra. The experimental data have been largely acquired within the last 10 years and thus represent material obtained by comparatively modern techniques of plasma spectroscopy. The primary stimulus for this work has been the need for accurate and convenient determinations...

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Contents Page 1 . Introduction ............................................ 260 . 3 . Description of the Data Tables and General 2 . Critical Factors in the Stark Broadening In- Discussion of the Results ............................ vestigations .............................................. 260 3.1. Description of the Tables ...................... 2.1. Plasma Sources ................................. 260 3.2. Instructive Illustrations ....................... a . Pulsed Plasma Sources- Shock Tubes 261 3.3. General Discussion ............................. b . Pulsed Sources-Pulsed Arcs and 4 . Summary and Outlook ............................... Others. ......................................... 262 5. References for Sections 1 4.. ...................... c . Stabilized Arcs and Plasma Jets ......... 263 6 . Data Tables .............................................. 2.2. Plasma Diagnostic Methods .................. 263 6.1. Aluminum Al 11 ........................... a . Electron Density Determinations from 6.2. Argon Ar 11 ........................... Measurements of Stark Profiles .......... 263 Ar III .......................... b . Laser Interferometry ....................... 264 Ar IV .......................... c . Plasma Equations and Intensity Mea- 6.3. Barium Ba 11 ........................... surements ..................................... 266 6.4. Beryllium Be 11 ........................... d . Miscellaneous Techniques ................ 267 6.5. Cadmium Cd II .......................... e . Temperature Measurements .............. 267 2.3. Determination of Stark Profiles and 6.6. Calcium Ca 11 .......................... Shifts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 267 6.7. Carbon C 11 ............................ a . Instrumental Profiles ....................... 268 C III. .......................... b . van der Waals. Resonance. and Nat- C IV ........................... ural Line Broadening. .. ..................... 269 6.8. Chlorine C1 11 ........................... c . Self-Absorption .............................. 269 6.9. cerma d . Plasma Source Effects ..................... 270 e . Miscellaneous Distorting Factors ........ 270 6.10. Magne nium. Ge II .......................... sium Mg 11 .......................... . 6.11. Mercury Hg 11 .......................... 6.12. Nitrogen N II ............................ 199 'Pan of this work was performed while the author war at the National Bureau of Standards. N JII ........................... 300 Copyrighl @ 1976 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce an behalf d the United Slates . This ............................ copyrighl will be assbned fa the American lnstitvle of Physics and the American Chemical 6.13. Oxygen 0 11 :I01

 

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