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By Y. Hahn, A. Pradhan, H. Tawara, H.L. Zhang

Interactions of photons and electrons with atoms, molecules, and ions are basic easy tactics in a large choice of impartial or ionized gases in nature or laboratory. the knowledge at the pass sections or comparable amounts for these techniques are eagerly wanted in lots of fields of software resembling astrophysics, atmospheric technological know-how, plasma technological know-how, radiation physics and chemistry, and so forth. also they are vital in knowing actual or chemical homes of atoms, molecules, and their ions. quantity I/17 offers move part information and similar quantitative details at the collisions of photons with atoms, electrons with atoms, and electrons with atomic ions.

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P. 3–96 Table 1 (continued) Ion Ref. Author Method Transitions Data Rating B iii C iv C iv, O vi 97M1 92B4 Marchalant Burke CCC RM 2s − 2p, 3 , 4 2s − 2p, 3 Q Ω C A 91B1 Fe xxiv 90Z3 Fe xxiv 93F1 Fe xxiv 97B3 Xe lii 93F1 U xc 93F1 Li-like, 6 < Z < 42 95S1 Li-like, 6 < Z < 42 96S1 Badnell Zhang Fontes Berrington Fontes Fontes DW/RM RDW RDW BPRM RDW RDW 2s − 2p mag. levels n=1−2 n = 2,3,4 n=1−2 n=1−2 Q Ω Ω Ω,Υ Ω Ω A,B C C A B A Safronova CB ∆n = 1 Q,q C,D Safronova CB 1s2 2s − 1s2s2p, 1s2s2 , 1s2p2 Q,q C,D Zhang RDW n = 2 − 3, 4, 5 Ω,f C Zhang RDW 2s − 2pj Ω,f C Zhang RDW n = 2 − 3, 4, 5 Ω,f B Zhang RDW 2s − 2pj Ω,f B Zhang RDW n = 2 − 3, 4, 5 Ω,f A Zhang RDW 2s − 2pj Ω,f A Li-like, 8 ≤ Z ≤ 30 90Z1 Li-like, 8 ≤ Z ≤ 40 90Z1 Li-like, 31 ≤ Z ≤ 50 90Z1 Li-like, 41 ≤ Z ≤ 60 90Z1 Li-like, 51 ≤ Z ≤ 92 90Z1 Li-like, 61 ≤ Z ≤ 92 90Z1 N =4 Be-like 94B4 Berrington B ii 92B1 Berrington B ii 96C2 Clark C iii 92K1 Keenan N iv 94R1 Ramsbottam Ov 90K1 Kato O v, Si xi, Fe xxiii, Mo xxxix 90S1 Safronova O v, Si xi, Fe xxiii, Mo xxxix 91K1 Kato O v, Si xi, Fe xxiii, Mo xxxix 92S1 Safronova Ne vii 94R2 Ramsbottam Ne vii 95R1 Ramsbottam Fe xxiii 93K1 Keenan Fe xxiii 98C2 Chen Mo xxxix 94C3 Chen Xe li 93Z1 Zhang U lxxxix 94F3 Fontes (Be-like) review fits DW fits RM RM review many n=1−3 many 2s2 − 2s2p 3 PJ 2s2 , 2s2p, 2s3 , 2p2 n = 2, 3 Ω,Υ Ω,Υ Q Υ Υ q A-C A,B C A A A,B CBR 2s2 , 2s2p, 2p2 Ω C,D CBR 2s2 , 2s2p, 2p2 Ω,q C,D CBR RM RM RM RDW RM RDW RDW 2s2 , 2s2p, 2p2 2s2 , 2s2p, 2s3 , 2p2 n = 2,3 2s2 , 2s2p, 2p2 n = 2, 3 1s2 2s2 − 1s2s2 2p 2s2 , 2s2p, 2p2 n=2−2 Q,q Υ Υ Υ Q Q Ω Ω C,D A A A C B B A Landolt-B¨ ornstein New Series I/17B Ref.

Author Method Transitions Data Rating Fe xv Fe xv 94B2 97B2 Badnell Bhatia review DW many 3s2 , 3s3p, 3p2 , 3s4 , 3p4 Ω,Υ Ω,f A-E C N = 13 Si ii Si ii 94D2 91D1 P iii, S iv, Cl v 98S1 S iv 94D2 Ar vi, K vii, Ca viii 96S2 Fe xiv 94M1 Fe xiv 91D2 Fe xiv 93B2 Fe xiv 96B2 Fe xiv 96S4 Dufton Dufton review RM many 3s2 3p 2 P, 3s3p2 , 4 P, 2 D Ω,Υ Υ A-C A Saraph Dufton BPRM review 3s2 3p 2 Po1/2 − 2 Po3/2 many Ω,Υ Ω,Υ A A-C Saraph Mason Dufton Bhatia Bhatia Storey BPRM review RM DW DW BPRM 3s2 3p 2 Po1/2 − 2 Po3/2 many 3s2 3p, 3s3p2 , 3s2 3d n=3 n=3 3s2 3p 2 Po1/2 − 2 Po3/2 Ω,Υ Ω,Υ Υ Ω,f Ω,f Ω,Υ A C,D A C C A N = 14 S iii 94D2 S iii 97T1 Fe xiii 94M1 Fe xiii 95T1 Si-like, Z = 16 − 20 95G4 94D2 90H1 93C1 96R1 96R2 97L1 97T2 97R1 94M1 98B2 98B3 review RM review RM many n = 3,4 many n = 3; J-levels Ω,Υ Υ Ω,Υ Υ A-C A,B C,D B Galavis BPRM 3s2 3p2 ,J-levels Υ A Ω,Υ Ω,Υ Υ Υ Υ Q Υ Υ Ω,Υ Ω,Υ Ω,Υ A-C B,C A-D A,B A,B A A,B A,B C,D A A Υ Ω,Υ Ω Ω,Υ A A D C,D Dufton Ho Cai Ramsbottom Ramsbottom Liao Tayal Ramsbottom Mason Binello Binello review RM RM RM RM RM,Exp RM RM review BPRM BPRM N = 16 Ar iii Ar iii Ti vii Fe xi Landolt-B¨ ornstein New Series I/17B 90J1 98G1 91C2 94M1 (Si-like) Dufton Tayal Mason Tayal N = 15 S ii S ii S ii S ii S ii S ii S ii Ar iv Fe xii Fe xii Fe xii (Al-like) Johnson Galavis Clark Mason RM BPRM DW review (P-like) many 3p3 , 3s3p4 , 3p2 3d, 4s n = 3, 4 3p3 , 3s3p4 , 3p2 3d 3p3 , 3s3p4 , 3p2 3d, 3p2 4 3p3 , 3s3p4 n = 3,4 3p3 , 3s3p4 , 3p2 3d many 3s2 3p3 E1 Trans.

Bc-x’, where ’x’ is the exponent in 10x . e. for levels with L = 0 or S = 0. For transitions such as 1 D − 3 P, such division is not possible in a straightforward manner and only the total multiplet value may be used (although Table 2 lists the fine structure levels). The “–” indicate that the data is not available for those transitions. The order of transitions in Table 2 with respect to the upper and lower levels is mixed, and the initial levels under the column ’Transition’ is not usually the lower one.

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