Statistics – Applications
Line Formation: Radiative Transfer, Line Formation: Atomic Processes
It is known that some radiative transition arrays, between configurations of opposite parities, are forbidden when the configurations are pure, and allowed when they are perturbed by configuration interaction. A method is described for computing the total strengths of such arrays, through the use of compact formulas, when the perturbing and the perturbed configurations lie far apart in energy. Numerical applications to the Mo XVI spectrum are compared with the results of detailed line-by-line calculations.
Fournier Kevin B.
Goldstein William H.
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