Experimental Transition Probabilities for Spectral Lines of Seventy Elements: Derived from the NBS Tables of Spectral-line Intensities

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From introduction: "The goal of the work was to provide lists of the principal lines of the elements generally observed under ordinary conditions in arc spectra, together with their relative intensities on a true scale of relative energy."

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590 p. : ill.

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Corliss, Charles H. & Bozman, William R. July 20, 1962.

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  • Main Title: Experimental Transition Probabilities for Spectral Lines of Seventy Elements: Derived from the NBS Tables of Spectral-line Intensities
  • Added Title: National Bureau of Standards Monograph 53
  • Series Title: National Bureau of Standards Reports
  • Series Title: NBS monograph

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From introduction: "The goal of the work was to provide lists of the principal lines of the elements generally observed under ordinary conditions in arc spectra, together with their relative intensities on a true scale of relative energy."

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590 p. : ill.

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"The wavelength, energy levels, transition probability, and oscillator strength of 25,000 lines between 2000 and 9000 A for 112 spectra of 70 elements." "Issued July 20, 1962."

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Corliss, Charles H. & Bozman, William R. Experimental Transition Probabilities for Spectral Lines of Seventy Elements: Derived from the NBS Tables of Spectral-line Intensities, report, July 20, 1962; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc13245/: accessed October 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.