1 June 2005 Investigation of hyperfine structure of several major lines in PbI and PbII
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Proceedings Volume 5849, Fifth Workshop on Atomic and Molecular Physics; (2005) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.629472
Event: Fifth Workshop on Atomic and Molecular Physics, 2004, Jurata, Poland
Hyperfine structure of several lines in neutral and singly ionized lead have been measured. The discharge tube containing metallic isotope 207Pb was used as a light source. The high resolution spectral apparatus consisted of a silver coated Fabry-Perot etalon and a grating spectrograph combined with CCD camera used as a detector. In the analysis of the spectra we used a computer simulation technique. Our experiment yields the following hyperfine splitting constants A: A(6p2 1D2)=(20.69 ±0.21) mK, A(6p2 3P2)=(91.37±0.34) mK A(6p7s 1P1)=(16.45±0.95) mK, A(6p7s 3P1)=(293.93±0.56) mK, A(6p6d 3F2)=(103.22±0.31) mK, A(6p6d 3F3)=(69.12±0.28) mK, A(6p8s 3P1)=(202.04±0.48) mK, A(6p8p 3P1)=(224.26±1.37) mK, A(6p8p 3D2)=(108.02±1.14) mK, A(6p7d 3D1)=(-100.86±0.53) mK for the levels of PbI and A(6s2 7s 2S1/2)=(352.1±1.7) mK, A(6s2 7p 2P3/2)=(13.6±1.3) mK, A(6s2 7p 2P1/2)=(70.8±1.1) mK for the levels of Pb II. Our results are compared with recent theory and other experiments.
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T. J. Wasowicz, T. J. Wasowicz, R. Drozdowski, R. Drozdowski, J. Kwela, J. Kwela, } "Investigation of hyperfine structure of several major lines in PbI and PbII", Proc. SPIE 5849, Fifth Workshop on Atomic and Molecular Physics, (1 June 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.629472; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.629472


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