Abstract

Approximately 15 000 lines of the emission spectrum of doubly ionized samarium were photographed between 1800 Å and 9500 Å under varied conditions of arc and spark discharge and with electrodeless lamps. The 7F ground multiplet of 4f6 and 36 septet levels of 4f55d have been found

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