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Atomic transition probabilities for scandium and titanium

W. L. Wiese

Atomic transition probabilities for scandium and titanium

(a critical data compilation of allowed lines)

by W. L. Wiese

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Published by American Chemical Society and the American Institute of Physics for the National Bureau of Standards in New York, Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Scandium.,
  • Titanium.,
  • Atomic transition probabilities -- Tables.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementW.L.Wiese and J.R. Fuhr.
    SeriesReprint no. 63 from Journal of physical and chemical reference data, Journal of physical and chemical reference data. Reprint -- 63.
    ContributionsFuhr, J. R.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 263-352 :
    Number of Pages352
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20314167M

    The isotopes of titanium range in atomic mass from u (38 Ti) to u (63 Ti). The primary decay mode before the most abundant stable isotope, 48 Ti, is β + and the primary mode after is β −. The primary decay products before 48 Ti are scandium isotopes and the primary products after are vanadium isotopes. List of isotopesStandard atomic weight A(Ti): (1).   Moreover, some new transition probabilities and oscillator strengths for highly excited levels in atomic oxygen have been obtained using this method. PACS. +z Theory of electronic structure, electronic transitions, and chemical binding Cs Oscillator strengths, lifetimes, transition momentsCited by: Atomic Number: Name: Scandium. Atomic symbol: Sc. Atomic Weight: Electron configuration: 1s 2 2s 2 2p 6 3s 2 3p 6 3d 1 4s 2. Ionization energies: kJ/mol. Pauling electronegativity: Name: Titanium Symbol: Ti Atomic Number: 22 Atomic Mass: amu Melting Point: °C ( K, °F) Boiling Point: °C ( K, °F) Number of Protons/Electrons: 22 Number of Neutrons: 26 Classification: Transition Metal Crystal Structure: Hexagonal Density @ K: g/cm 3 Color: silverish Atomic Structure.


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Atomic transition probabilities for scandium and titanium by W. L. Wiese Download PDF EPUB FB2

Atomic transition probabilities for about allowed spectral lines of the elements scandium and titanium through all stages of ionization have been critically evaluated and compiled.

All available literature sources have been utilized. Atomic transition probabilities for about allowed spectral lines of the elements scandium and titanium through all stages of ionization have been critically evaluated and compiled. All available literature sources have been utilized.

The data are presented in separable tables for. Atomic transition probabilities scandium through manganese. New York: Published by the American Chemical Society and the American Institute of Physics for the Atomic transition probabilities for scandium and titanium book Bureau of Standards, © (OCoLC)   Atomic transition probabilities for about allowed spectral lines of the elements scandium and titanium through all stages of ionization have been critically evaluated and compiled.

All available literature sources have been utilized. The data are presented in separable tables for each element and stage of ionization and are arranged according to multiplets and, Cited by: Atomic Transition Probabilities, Vol.

1: Hydrogen Through Neon - A Critical Data Compilations [Wiese, W.L, Smith, M.W; Glennon, B.M] on *FREE* shipping on Author: B.M Wiese, W.L, Smith,M.W; Glennon. Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume “Atomic Transition Probabilities Scandium through Manganese,” J. Phys. Chem.

Ref. D Suppl. 3 (). Google Scholar On the accuracy of atomic transition probabilities. In: Wehrse R. (eds) Accuracy of Element Abundances from Stellar Atmospheres. Lecture Notes in Cited by: 1. Number of Energy Levels: 4: First Energy Level: 2: Second Energy Level: 8: Third Energy Level: 9: Fourth Energy Level: 2.

Full text of "Bibliography on atomic transition probabilities ( through October )" See other formats. Abstract This compilation is the second in a series of updates to Atomic Transition Probabilities, Sodium through Calcium, published in Atomic transition probabilities have been critically evaluated and compiled for ab spectral lines of aluminum and silicon (nuclear charge Z = ).

This database contains references to publications Atomic transition probabilities for scandium and titanium book include numerical data, comments, and reviews on atomic transition probabilities (oscillator strengths, line strengths, or radiative lifetimes), and is part of the collection of the NIST Atomic Spectroscopy Group also maintains another two bibliographic databases.

The elements scandium, titanium, vanadium, chromium, manganese, iron, cobalt, nickel, copper, and zinc have the atomic configuration [Ar]4 s 2 3d x. These 3 d metals have a propensity for five or ten electrons in the 3 d shell, as shown in Table 1, and this manifests itself as an anomaly in the electron occupation of the 4 s shells for the.

Scandium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Sc and atomic number A soft, silvery, white transition element, scandium occurs in rare minerals from Scandinavia and it is sometimes classified along with yttrium and the lanthanides as a rare earth.

Publishing History This is a chart to show the when this publisher published books. Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. Click here to skip the chart. Atomic Number of Scandium.

Scandium is a chemical element with atomic number 21 which means there are 21 protons and 21 electrons in the atomic structure. The chemical symbol for Scandium is Sc. Atomic Mass of Scandium. Atomic mass of Scandium is u.

Note that, each element may contain more isotopes, therefore this resulting atomic mass is calculated. Henry E. Roscoe, 3 books H. Hill, 3 books Richard Philip Fischer, 2 books R. Clark, 2 books Alan S. Tracey, 2 books James Finley Weir Johnston, 2 books Dennis A. Hansen, 1 book D. Collins, 1 book M.

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Scandium (Sc), chemical element, a rare-earth metal of Group 3 of the periodic table. Scandium is a silvery white, moderately soft metal. It is fairly stable in air but will slowly change its colour from silvery white to a yellowish appearance because of formation of Sc2O3 oxide on the surface.

The. Scandium is an element with the atomic number 21 and represented with the symbol ‘ Sc ‘ in the periodic table. Scandium is mined from one of the rare minerals from Scandinavia. The colour it develops when exposed to air is yellowish or pinkish cast. One of the characteristics of Scandium is it gets tarnished and burned easily if Number: The site is secure.

The https:// ensures that you are connecting to the official website and that any information you provide is encrypted and transmitted by: Titanium was discovered by William Gregor (GB) in Named after the Titans, the sons of the Earth goddess in Greek mythology.

It is a shiny, dark-grey metal. In powdered form it burns in air. Exposed surfaces form oxide coating. It can be highly polished and is relatively immune to tarnishing. Titanium is unreactive with alkali and most acids. Full text of "Bibliography on atomic transition probabilities / B.

Glennon and W. Wiese" See other formats. Abstract We have carried out a comprehensive tabulation of the atomic transition probabilities for allowed and forbidden lines of hydrogen, helium and lithium, including LiII, as well as the hydrogen isotopes deuterium and tritium.

Altogether, we tabulated about transitions and listed scaling relations for the hydrogenlike ions HeII and LiIII. Abstract This compilation is the second in a series of updates to Atomic Transition Probabilities, Sodium through Calcium, published in by Wiese et al.

[Atomic Transition Probabilities, Vol. II, Vol. II: Sodium through Calcium, NSROS-NBS Vol. 2 (U.S. GPO, Washington, D.C., )]. Physica 81C () North-Holland Publishing Company ATOMIC RADIATIVE TRANSITION PROBABILITIES IN A CONTINUOUS MEDIUM G. NIENHUIS and C. ALKEMADE Fysisch Laboratorium, Rijksuniversiteit to Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands Received 15 May A simple quantization procedure is applied to the electromagnetic Cited by: Transition Probabilities.

Transition probabilities are crucial for the determination of elemental abundances in the observable universe. The type of transition probability that I've been helping to determine is defined as the probability per unit time of an atom in an upper energy level making a spontaneous transition to a lower energy level.

This triennial report from Comm. 14 covers the topics Atomic Spectra and Wave-length Standards, Atomic Transition Probabilities, Collision Processes, and. We have carried out a comprehensive tabulation of the atomic transition probabilities for allowed and forbidden lines of hydrogen, helium and lithium, including Li II, as well as the hydrogen isotopes deuterium and tritium.

Altogether, we tabulated about transitions and listed scaling relations for the hydrogenlike ions He II and Li by:   You, Sir, could have impregnated google with the question and an answer would have been delivered to you within a second.

However, you chose to go into a ‘question and answer’ website and whisper this feeble little question amidst the enormous hue. Uses. About 20 kg of scandium (as Sc 2 O 3) are used yearly in the U.S. to produce high-intensity radioactive isotope 46 Sc is used as a tracing agent in refinery crackers for crude oil, etc.

Scandium iodide added to mercury vapor lamps produces a highly efficient light source resembling sunlight, which is important for indoor or night-time color TV. Atomic Transition Probabilities: Past and Future Measurements 11 Alkaline-earthlike sequences In the case of systems in which two valence electrons (or one electron and one hole) occur in an otherwise closed shell core, a simple extension of this formalism has been developed that combines lifetime data for the resonance and.

1 Giant modification of atomic transitions probabilities induced by magnetic field: forbidden transitions become predominant A. Sargsyan1, A. Tonoyan1, G. Hakhumyan1, A. Papoyan1, E. Mariotti2, D. Sarkisyan1 1Institute for Physical Research, NAS of Armenia, Ashtarak-2,Armenia 2 CNISM – Department of Physical, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of.

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Scandium chloride (ScCl 3) Scandium oxide (Sc 2 O 3) Scandium Triflate [Sc(OTf) 3] Interesting facts: It is sometimes regarded as one of the rare earth elements. It can be found in rare minerals like wolframite. It is 50th in order of abundance of the elements in the earth's crust.

Scandium compounds should be regarded as toxic and carcinogenic. The production of the first pound of 99% pure scandium metal was announced in Properties. Scandium is a silver-white metal which develops a slightly yellowish or pinkish cast upon exposure to air.

A relatively soft element, scandium resembles yttrium and the rare-earth metals more than it resembles aluminum or titanium. Atomic transition probabilities for about 8, spectral lines of five iron-group elements, Sc(Z = 21) to Mn(Z = 25), are critically compiled, based on all available literature sources.

Accurate atomic parameters, such as transition probabilities, wavelengths, and energy levels, are indispensable for the analysis of stellar spectra and the obtainment of chemical abundances.

Pulsed laser deposition (PLD) of thin films has become a viable technique for a wide range of applications over the last few decades. As kinetic energy of the ablated plume is an important parameter in determining the quality of the film; consequently there is great interest in nonintrusive evaluation of the plume kinetic by: Scandium is a silvery-white transition metal located in group 3 of the periodic table.

It possesses the atomic symbol of Sc and has extremely high melting and boiling points. Upon exposure to oxygen, scandium develops a new appearance with the color of yellow or um is abundant throughout the earth's crust, however it can only be discovered in small Number: Atomic number This report hc1s been reproduced directly from the best available copy Availabie to DOE and DOE contractors trom int, Office ot Scientific and fechrn cal lnforrnat1on, PO Oak Ridge.

TN prices available from {)FTS Available to the public from the National Technical Information Service U.S Department of Commerce. Magnetic Dipole Lines for Titanium Ions (Wavelengths, Classifications, and Transition Probabilities) [V. Kaufman and J.

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Martin, J. Fuhr, and W. Wiese] F-i Volume 2. Image showing periodicity of valence s-orbital radius for the chemical elements as size-coded balls on a periodic table grid. References.

The R max values for neutral gaseous element valence orbitals are abstracted from reference J.B. Mann, Atomic Structure Calculations e-Fock wave functions and radial expectation values: hydrogen to lawrencium, LA .Mn III, transition probabilities.

Uylings & Raassen Fe I, multiplet tables. Nave et al. Fe I, highly-excited levels. Nave & Johansson Fe II, semiempirical gf values. Kurucz Fe II, allowed transition probabilities. Nahar Fe II, forbidden transition probabilities. Quinet, Le Dourneuf, & Zeippen A highly interactive comprehensive scientific resource, containing over interactive tables in over documents.