By G. V. Samsonov (auth.), G. V. Samsonov (eds.)

The American variation of this instruction manual includes concise informa­ tion at the simple actual houses of the weather and on their chem­ ical features. as a rule, the knowledge chosen for inclusion within the guide are these which both agree good with calculated info (in these situations the place calculations will be conducted) or fulfill a number of correlations, really these according to innovations of the distribution of valence electrons of remoted atoms within the formation of a condensed kingdom, as electrons localized at atomic ions within the kind of energetically solid configurations, and as nonlocalized electrons. The Russian variation was once released within the USSR in 1965, and new or formerly passed over facts were further to all of the sections of the current version. additionally, the authors have thought of it essential to comprise a sequence of latest sections. hence, a brand new desk has been integrated, "Electronic Configurations and flooring States of loose Atoms and Their Ions," for the reason that, within the ionization of a few atoms (particularly for transition metals), the electrons aren't continually abstracted from the outer shell, and, accordingly, calculation of the floor kingdom (electron strength point) utilizing the standard vector version doesn't provide a right away consequence. the floor states are acquired experimentally and the desk includes the corresponding info at the configurations and states of triply-ionized atoms (which is generally sufficient).

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For each element the most intense line is estimated as 1000 arbitrary units (but estimates of 2000 and 4000 units are' found for the brightest lines). 3. The sign at the wavelength of an element indicates that this line is sensitive (standard). 4. The intensity of lines excited in a discharge tube are given in curly brackets. 5. Spectral lines which show self-reversal are marked by the symbol R. 6. The figures I. II. III. and IV in front of a numerical value in the wavelength column refer respectively to neutral and singly-.

8 - - 41. 3 42. 9 43. 0 90 85 60 90 80 90 60 80 Oscillator strength f Abso- Relalute tive - - - - 52 ATOMIC STRUCWRES AND CRYSTALLOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES Continuation Wavelength • AlA Intensity Arc /spark .... ~ d >-> ~ ~ ~ ~Q) ... ::Q) J1~ta Transition 44. 2 a 5F,-z5G: 45. 9 46. 3 OsciUator strength f Transition Abao- Relalute tive - - - - - - 47. 9 2 48. 8 49. 75 Intensity Arc Spark 50 - 50 >. e; ... 8 5plS0-68}~ V3 - V2 VI "2 2 5p sP2 - 68S~ 5p sPI - 68 sp~ 5p sPI - 68 s~ 5p3PO-683~ 5p sP2 - 68 sp~ 51.

4 Arc ISpark Q) w en Continuation Oscillator strength f r:: - Abso-I~lalute tive ~Q)w 2. 057 1 (l00) {1O0} 3. 71 2' 3 2D- 3 2F 22P-42S, 2' 2 2P-4 2D 2 2S, _ 3 2P 2' 2 2S, -4 2P 2" 4. 3 23P~-33S 22S _ 2 2 P 21S-21P 5. >- c ..... 2 >-:> .... e .... "''''Q) ..... : ~ Arc /spark Q) OQ)tzl en ~ Intensity Transition Abso-/~lalute tive 6. 7 53,5 2p ISo - 3s IP1 2s2p Ip _ 2p21D 7. ~ '"'00 Intensity .... Arc \spark "' .... ';:: ~Q)tz:I Q) en Oscillator strength f Transition AbSO-IRelalute tive tz:I 8. 77 1 - 3p ·Pa - 4d-D 3p -Pa - 5d-D 3s aS_4psP 3s -S - 4p -Pa 9.

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