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J/A+AS/120/361    IRON Project. XIX. Fe II radiative transitions (Quinet+ 1996)

Atomic data from the IRON Project. XIX. Radiative transition probabilities for forbidden lines in Fe II Quinet P., Le Dourneuf M., Zeippen C.J. <Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 120, 361 (1996)> =1996A&AS..120..361Q (SIMBAD/NED BibCode)
ADC_Keywords: Atomic physics Keywords: atomic data - Fe II - transition probabilities Abstract: Radiative transition probabilities have been calculated for the magnetic dipole (M1) and electric quadrupole (E2) transitions connecting the 63 metastable levels in the 3d64s, 3d7 and 3d54s2 configurations in Fe II. The most important configuration interaction (CI) and relativistic effects have been taken into account in the computations carried out with the help of two independent computer programs, SUPERSTRUCTURE (SST) and RELATIVISTIC HARTREE-FOCK (HFR). The results obtained in the present work are compared with previous theoretical studies and with some astrophysical observations. The new data presented here are probably the most reliable to date. File Summary:
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ReadMe 80 . This file table4 55 560 Radiative transition probabilities, Aki in s-1, as obtained with SST and HFR for forbidden lines of Fe II.
See also: J/A+AS/103/273 : IRON Project II IR collision strengths of C-like ions J/A+A/283/319 : IRON Project III B-like ions J/A+AS/108/1 : IRON Project V Collision strengths of O-like ions J/A+A/293/953 : IRON Project VI Fe II collision strengths J/A+A/293/967 : IRON Project VII Fe II radiative transitions J/A+AS/109/193 : IRON Project VIII Electron excitation of Ti-like ions J/A+AS/119/509 : IRON Project XVII Radiative transition in Fe III J/A+AS/119/523 : IRON Project XVIII Electron impact for Fe III J/A+AS/123/159 : IRON Project XXII C and O radiative rates J/A+AS/123/575 : IRON Project XXIII Fe XXII excitation rate coefficients J/A+AS/126/373 : IRON Project XXVII Fe IV collision strengths J/A+AS/131/499 : IRON Project XXIX Boron isoelectronic sequence J/A+AS/131/153 : IRON Project XXXI Fe XII electron excitation J/A+AS/135/347 : IRON Project XXXV Fe XXIV & Fe XXV oscillator strengths J/A+AS/136/395 : IRON Project XXXVII Fe VI collision strengths J/A+AS/137/165 : IRON Project XXXVIII Fe XV electron excitation J/A+AS/143/483 : IRON Project XLII Fe XXI electron impact excitation J/A+AS/144/141 : IRON Project XLIII Fe V transition probabilities J/A+AS/147/111 : IRON Project XLIV Fe VI trans. prob. & line ratio J/A+AS/147/253 : IRON Project XLV Ar XIII, Fe XXI trans. probabilities J/A+A/365/268 : IRON Project XLVII Ni III electron impact excitation J/A+A/372/1078 : IRON Project XLIX Fe XX electron impact excitation J/A+A/372/1083 : IRON Project L Fe XIX electron impact excitation J/A+A/394/753 : IRON Project LI Fe IX electron impact excitation J/A+A/408/789 : IRON Project LIII Fe XVII transition probabilities J/A+A/413/779 : IRON Project LIV Fe XX transition probabilities J/A+A/420/763 : IRON Project LV Ni II electron impact excitation J/A+A/437/345 : IRON Project LIX Fe IV transition probabilities J/A+A/448/779 : IRON Project LXI Fe IV radiative transitions Byte-by-byte Description of file: table4
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 8 A8 --- Multiplet Multiplet 9- 13 A5 --- 2J-2J' 2J-2J' 14- 24 F11.2 0.1nm Lambda Predicted wavelengths from observed energy levels (1) 25- 31 A7 --- Type Type of transition 32- 42 E11.2 s-1 Aki(SST) SST transition probabilities 43- 53 E11.2 s-1 Aki(HFR) HFR transition probabilities 54 A1 --- --- Comment on the HFR A-value (2)
Note (1): Predicted wavelengths, given in air, are deduced from the observed energy levels compiled by Sugar & Corliss (1985, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 14, Suppl. 2). Note (2): * Cancellation effects present.
Acknowledgements: Pascal Quinet References: 1993A&A...279..298H : IRON Project I Goal and methods 1994A&AS..107...29S : IRON Project IV Electron excitation of F-like ions 1995A&AS..110..209P : IRON Project IX Electron excitation of Cl-like ion 1995A&AS..111..347G : IRON Project X Si- & S-like ions IR coll. strengths 1996A&AS..115..151S : IRON Project XI Ar VI, K VII & CaVIII fine-structure 1995A&AS..114..367B : IRON Project XII V-like ions electron excitation 1996A&AS..115..551B : IRON Project XIII Ni II & Fe II electron excitation 1996A&A...309..677S : IRON Project XIV Fe XIV fine-structure transition 1996A&AS..118..157K : IRON Project XV He II & Fe XXVI Electron excitation 1996A&AS..119..105B : IRON Project XVI Fe V oscillator strengths 1997A&AS..122..167B : IRON Project XX Fe I oscillator strengths 1997A&AS..122..177P : IRON Project XXI Fe I fine-structure transition 1997A&AS..126..105B : IRON Project XXIV Fe XXIV electron excitation 1998A&AS..127..545B : IRON Project XXV Fe XII electron excitation 1997A&AS..126..365B : IRON Project XXVI Fe IV oscillator strengths 1998A&AS..129..161B : IRON Project XXVIII F-like ions fine-structure trans. 1999A&AS..134..369S : IRON Project XXX P III, S IV & Cl V collision data 1998A&AS..133..245G : IRON Project XXXII Ar III effective collision strength 1999A&AS..135..159M : IRON Project XXXIII Carbon radiative rates 1999A&AS..136..385E : IRON Project XXXIV Fe XVI electron impact excitation 1999A&AS..137..175C : IRON Project XXXVI Fe XXIII electron excitation 1999A&AS..137..529B : IRON Project XXXIX Ni II oscillator strengths 2000A&AS..141..285S : IRON Project XL Fe XIV electron excitation 2000A&AS..142..313B : IRON Project XLI Fe VII electron excitation 2001A&A...365..258P : IRON Project XLVI Fe X electron excitation 2003A&A...401.1177C : IRON Project LII Ni24 electron excitation 2005A&A...436.1123M : IRON Project LVII Ni IV radiative transition rates 2005A&A...433..717S : IRON Project LVIII Fe XII electron impact excitation 2006A&A...446..361W : IRON Project LX Fe17+ electron impact excitation
(End) Patricia Bauer [CDS] 10-Jan-1997
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