Abstract

Resonance lines originating from autoionization energy levels far above the ionization potential have been observed for highly ionized atoms from Ti to Cu. Two of the lines for each ion have been classified as the transitions 2s22p63s²S122s22p53s2²P032,12 of the Na i isoelectronic sequence. Wavelength and energy tables are given and a typical spectrogram is presented.

© 1967 Optical Society of America

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