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J/A+AS/113/579               Stark broadening                  (Shoening+, 1995)

Stark broadening of the NV 6f,g,h-7f,g,h,i line complex SCHOENING T. <Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 113, 579 (1995)> =1995A&AS..113..579S (SIMBAD/NED BibCode)
ADC_Keywords: Atomic physics; Line Profiles Keywords: atomic data - line: profiles - plasmas - stars: abundances Description: Tables of Stark broadening profiles for the N V 6f, g, h-7f, g, h, i line complex at 4945A have been generated. Modern close-coupling techniques are used for the electron broadening while the important influence of perturbing ions is included within the framework of the model microfield method. Comparison has been made with the results of line formation calculations using approximate formulae for the Stark profiles. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table1 78 747 e- and H+ perturbers (+ Doppler + Radiation) table2 78 345 e- and H+ perturbers (Stark only)
Byte-by-byte Description of file: table1
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 11 E11.3 cm-3 Ne Electron density 12- 22 E11.3 0.1nm DeltaLambda0 Wavelength of intensity maximum (1) 23- 33 E11.3 0.1nm deltaLambda Detuning from intensity maximum (1) 35- 45 E11.3 Hz-1 S2 Intensity (Temperature T= 2.10+4 K) (2) 46- 56 E11.3 Hz-1 S4 Intensity (Temperature T= 4.10+4 K) (2) 57- 67 E11.3 Hz-1 S8 Intensity (Temperature T= 8.10+4 K) (2) 68- 78 E11.3 Hz-1 S16 Intensity (Temperature T= 16.10+4 K) (2)
Note (1): Delta lambda = Delta lambda0 + delta lambda where Delta lambda denotes the wavelength detuning from line centre (6h-7i at 494.5 nm), Delta lambda0 the wavelength separation (relative to the line centre) of prominent intensity maxima and delta lambda the detuning from the nearest intensity maximum. Note (2): Normalized intensity in frequency units, e- and H+ perturbers (with thermal Doppler broadening and radiative damping).
Byte-by-byte Description of file: table2
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 11 E11.3 cm-3 Ne Electron density 12- 22 E11.3 0.1nm DeltaLambda0 Wavelength of intensity maximum (1) 23- 33 E11.3 0.1nm deltaLambda Detuning from intensity maximum (1) 35- 45 E11.3 10/nm F2 Intensity (Temperature T= 2.10+4K) (2) 46- 56 E11.3 10/nm F4 Intensity (Temperature T= 4.10+4K) (2) 57- 67 E11.3 10/nm F8 Intensity (Temperature T= 8.10+4K) (2) 68- 78 E11.3 10/nm F16 Intensity (Temperature T= 16.10+4K) (2)
Note (1): Delta lambda = Delta lambda0 + delta lambda where Delta lambda denotes the wavelength detuning from line centre (6h-7i at 494.5 nm), Delta lambda0 the wavelength separation (relative to the line centre) of prominent intensity maxima and delta lambda the detuning from the nearest intensity maximum. Note (2): Normalized intensity in wavelength units, e- and H+ perturbers (Stark only).
Courtesy: Schoening T.,
(End) Thomas Schoening, Simona Mei [CDS] 08-Jun-1995
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