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VI/82               Stark broadening of H lines      (Stehle 1995)
The following files can be converted to FITS (extension .fit .fit.Z .fgz)
	h.dat he.dat ar.dat
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Beginning of ReadMe : VI/82 Stark broadening of H lines (Stehle 1995) ================================================================================ Stark broadening of Hydrogen lines in the conditions of stellar envelopes Stehle C. <Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 104, 509 (1994)> =1994A&AS..104..509S <Vienna International Workshop on Model Atmospheres and Spectrum syntheses for mid-B to mid-G stars, at or close to the Main Sequence, (July 6 to July 11 1995) (to be published in Conferences Series of ASP)> ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Atomic physics Keywords: atomic data - atomic processes - lines profiles Description: Tables of Stark broadened hydrogen lines of the Lyman, Balmer and Paschen series are presented under the conditions of stellar envelopes. The formalism is based on the Model Microfield Method (MMM) (Brissaud and Frisch, Frisch and Brissaud 1971) for both the electronic and ionic contributions to the line shape. The range of temperatures is 10000 to 80000 K, and electronic densities between 3.2E+14 and 3.2E+16 cm-3. Lyman and Balmer results were published in A&AS 104, 509, whereas Paschen results were presented at the 1995 July Workshop in Vienna.

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