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Atoms and Their Spectroscopic homes has been designed as a reference on atomic constants and common strategies concerning atoms. the themes contain strength degrees, Lamb shifts, electrical multipole polarizabilities, oscillator strengths, transition probabilites, and cost move go sections. furthermore the topics of ionization, photoionization, and excitation are mentioned. The publication additionally contains a good number of figures and tables, with considerable references. easy analytical formulation enable one to estimate the atomic features with no resorting to a computer.

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33]. 2. 2-4, the oscillator strengths and transition probabilities for H and He atoms are given. 11) in hydrogen. 5. 3. 10] Transition n 1 -n 0 1-2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9 -10 2-3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9 -10 3-4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9 -10 4-5 -6 -7 -8 -9 -10 5-6 -7 -8 -9 -10 A. 4. Oscillator strengths fand transition probabilities W Cor transitions between terms in He. 5. 4 Oscillator Strengths in Alkali Atoms Dipole transitions in the alkali atoms (one optical electron outside the closed shells) are of interest for many reasons.

8) x r-+ oo . 1-3): Q1(0-1) 2 / 1(0-1) = f(0-1) = 3(2lo + l) (AE/Ry)R1 , R! 033 x 109 s-1 . 2 Selection Rules Selection rules characterize the change of the quantum numbers of an atom or ion making a transition under the interaction with electromagnetic radiation. 2 Oscillator Strengths and Transition Probabilities 42 Exact and approximate selection rules are distinguished. The first ones follow from the conservation laws and the properties of the angular parts of the operators for electric and magnetic transitions.

2) has no analytical solutions, and to solve it one has to use approximations. As the starting point for calculations, the central-field approximation is used when each atomic electron is assumed to move in a certain effective central symmetric field Uc(r) of the atomic core created by the nucleus and the other electrons. 19) where Eis the known energy value (experimentally or theoretically). 15]. Here, we consider the Slater potential which can be obtained using the Staler analytical wave functions.

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