NIST: Atomic Spectra Database Spectral Lines Help File
If the quotLine Identifi ion Plotquot option has been selected on the Lines Form two links will appear at the very bottom of the tabular output page i.e. a link to a PDF file containing an image of the plot and a link to a new popup window displaying the wavelengths of the spectral lines shown on the PDF plot.
NIST: Atomic Spectra Database Lines Form
Vacuum all wavelengths Vacuum lt 1850 Air gt 1850 Wavenumber all wavelengths Maximum upper level energy: e.g. 400000 Transition strength bounds will apply to:
Data at other public NIST sites: NIST Atomic Spectra Database Lines Holdings on physics web site NIST Atomic Spectra Database Levels Holdings on physics web site NIST Atomic Spectra Database Ground states and ionization energies on physics web site Gas Phase Kinetics Database Xray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Database version 4.1
Energy Levels And Spectral Lines Of Quadruply Ionized Iron
Abstract. This compilation revises and extends the previously recommended list of energy levels of quadruply ionized iron Fe V and provides a comprehensive list of observed spectral lines and transition probabilities in this spectrum. The new level optimization takes into account critically assessed uncertainties of measured wavelengths and
Experimental Stark Widths and Shifts for Spectral Lines of
National Institute of Standards and Technology NIST Gaithersburg Maryland 20899 Received 12 October 2001 accepted 18 January 2002 published 12 September 2002 A critical review of the available experimental data on Stark widths and shifts for spectral lines of nonhydrogenic neutral atoms and positive ions has been carried out. The
Atomic Spectroscopy Spectral Wavelength Ranges NIST
Wavenumbers of Ar I and Ar II emission lines having uncertainties as small as 0.0003 cm1 are included in tables for these spectra covering a broad range from 222 nm to 5.865 m. Measurements of U and Th lines 575 nm to 692 nm suitable for wavenumber calibration at uncertainty levels of 0.0003 cm 1 or 0.0004 cm 1 were reported in Ref. 25 .
Strong Lines of Iron Fe NIST
Iron Fe Strong Lines of Iron Fe Intensity : Air Wavelength Spectrum : Reference : 30 : 2178.0808
Absorption spectra of iron cobalt and nickel NIST
S551 ABSORPTIONSPECTRAOFIRONCOBALTANDNICKEL ByW.F.MeggersandF.M.Waltersjr. Theunderwatersparkabsorptionspectra aswelltheordinaryvaporab sorptions