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Tables of Spectral Lines

  • Authors
  • A. N. Zaidel’
  • V. K. Prokof’ev
  • S. M. Raiskii
  • V. A. Slavnyi
  • E. Ya. Shreider

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-10
  2. A. N. Zaidel’, V. K. Prokof’ev, S. M. Raiskii, V. A. Slavnyi, E. Ya. Shreider
    Pages 11-14
  3. A. N. Zaidel’, V. K. Prokof’ev, S. M. Raiskii, V. A. Slavnyi, E. Ya. Shreider
    Pages 15-34
  4. A. N. Zaidel’, V. K. Prokof’ev, S. M. Raiskii, V. A. Slavnyi, E. Ya. Shreider
    Pages 34-34
  5. A. N. Zaidel’, V. K. Prokof’ev, S. M. Raiskii, V. A. Slavnyi, E. Ya. Shreider
    Pages 35-349
  6. A. N. Zaidel’, V. K. Prokof’ev, S. M. Raiskii, V. A. Slavnyi, E. Ya. Shreider
    Pages 351-752
  7. A. N. Zaidel’, V. K. Prokof’ev, S. M. Raiskii, V. A. Slavnyi, E. Ya. Shreider
    Pages 753-782

About this book

Introduction

The broad development of spectroscopy in our country and, in particular, the extensive industrial applications of methods of spectral analysis make the need for basic reference literature a pressing one. Tables of spectral lines, as basic, primary material necessary for the identifica­ tion of spectra, are the most important of these reference books. The need for such tables is acutely felt by all who work in spectroscopy, and numerous requests for such a book have been received by the Commission on Spectroscopy of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. On the world book market there are fairly complete tables that cover a very great number of spectral lines and that have been complied rather carefully, although they are not free of errors. Tables of this kind are undoubtedly necessary in general spectroscopic research and must be included among the reference books of large scientific institutions. But the number of workers who need such complete tables is comparatively limited. Therefore, after long discussion it was deemed impractical to republish these tables.

Keywords

development elements spectra spectroscopy

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