Sr 5p1/2ns1/2 and 5p3/2ns1/2 J=1 autoionizing states Article

cited authors

  • Xu, EY; Zhu, Y; Mullins, OC; Gallagher, TF

fiu authors


  • We report a comprehensive experimental study of the Sr i autoionizing 5p1/2ns1/2 and 5p3/2ns1/2 J=1 states with n ranging from 10 to 36. We have used an isolated-core-excitation method to determine the energies, autoionization rates, and interseries interaction between the two 5p1/2ns1/2 and 5p3/2ns1/2 channels. A six-channel multichannel-quantum-defect-theory analysis of the data has been performed, and good agreement between the experiment and the theory has been obtained. © 1986 The American Physical Society.

publication date

  • January 1, 1986

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start page

  • 2401

end page

  • 2409


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