Abstract

Spectroscopic observations of plasmas produced when the output of a 4 GW neodymium laser was focused onto solid targets of elements in the period between copper and molybdenum have led to line classifications of spectra of higher ionized atoms from copper through to bromine. Identifications include lines of ions up to the twenty-fifth stage of ionization. Information of astrophysical interest regarding the 3p 6 3dn−1 4f configurations is also reported.

© 1975 Optical Society of America

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