Tables of Spectral-Line Intensities: Part 1 - Arranged by Elements

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From Abstract: "Comparisons with other other intensity measurements in individual spectra indicate that the National Bureau of Standards spectral-line intensities may have average errors of 20 percent, but first of all they provide uniform quantitative values for the seventy chemical elements commonly determined by spectrochemists. These data are presented by element in part I, and all 39000 observed lines are given in order of wavelength in part II."

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Meggers, William F.; Corliss, Charles H. & Scribner, Bourdon F. May 1975.

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From Abstract: "Comparisons with other other intensity measurements in individual spectra indicate that the National Bureau of Standards spectral-line intensities may have average errors of 20 percent, but first of all they provide uniform quantitative values for the seventy chemical elements commonly determined by spectrochemists. These data are presented by element in part I, and all 39000 observed lines are given in order of wavelength in part II."

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409 p. : ill.

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"Part I." "The intensity, character, wavelength, spectrum, and energy levels of 39,000 lines between 2000 A and 9000 A observed in copper arcs containing 0.1 atomic percent of each of 70 elements." "Issued May 1975."

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Meggers, William F.; Corliss, Charles H. & Scribner, Bourdon F. Tables of Spectral-Line Intensities: Part 1 - Arranged by Elements, report, May 1975; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc13183/: accessed September 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.