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Introduction

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

Abstract

This book has three parts. Part One contains the spectral lines of 60 elements in order of decreasing wavelength. Part Two gives the spectral lines of 98 elements individually for each element. Part Three provides auxiliary reference material. The most difficult problem in compiling the tables in which selected data are given was the selection itself. The lines have been reselected in accordance with new information and the increasing requirements of practicing spectroscopists. The total number of lines has been increased and is approximately 52,000 in Part One and about 38,000 in Part Two. Parts One and Three cover the region from 8000 to 2000 Å, i.e., the region that is usually used in quantitative and qualitative spectral analysis.

Keywords

Excitation Energy Spectral Line Line Intensity Intensity Estimate Intensity Scale 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1970

Authors and Affiliations

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

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