Abstract

Energy levels and wavelengths of lines of the fluorine isoelectronic sequence are given for the ions K xi through Co xix. The energy levels are derived from spectra obtained by use of a grazing-incidence 3-m spectrograph with a low-inductance vacuum spark as a source. The experimental results are compared with theoretical values obtained by Hartree–Fock-type computations.

© 1973 Optical Society of America

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