Interference measurements in the spectra of argon, krypton and xenon
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Published by Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Spectrum analysis.,
  • Argon -- Spectra.,
  • Krypton -- Spectra.,
  • Xenon -- Spectra.

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Edition Notes

Running title: Spectra of argon, krypton, and xenon.

Other titlesSpectra of argon, krypton, and xenon.
Statementby W. F. Meggers, associate physicist, Bureau of Standards. August 1, 1921 ...
SeriesScientific papers of the Bureau of Standards,, no. 414
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC454 .M5
The Physical Object
Paginationp. 193-202 incl. tables.
Number of Pages202
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6640084M
LC Control Number21026770
OCLC/WorldCa25009575

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Interference measurements in the spectra of argon, krypton and xenon / By William Frederick Meggers and United States. Vol Running title: Spectra of argon, krypton, and es bibliographical of access: Internet Topics: Xenon. This paper records photographic measurements of wave lengths in the spectra of krypton and xenon, principally in the red and infra-red. In krypton 37 new lines. ofneon,3and10bluelinesofkrypton.4Geisslertubescontaining noblegases possess many desirablepropertiesas sources of wave- lengthstandards, and interference measurements in thespectra of. Book Pickups & Returns; Other Resources; Bookmarks (0) Account; Login Interference measurements in the spectra of argon, krypton, and xenon, Spectra of argon, krypton, and xenon. 0. a| Scientific papers (United States. Bureau of Standards.

the heavier rare gases krypton and xenon. Constant photoelectron energy spectra, from eV, have been obtained in the region of the Kr' 4s24p4n1 and Xe' 5s'5p4nl satellite states and relative partial ionization cross sections for many of these satellite states have been obtained. The emission spectra of pure xenon, krypton, and neon are reported over the spectral range of to nm from an enclosed inductively coupled plasma discharge operated at . Ultraviolet photoelectron spectra have been measured for pulsed supersonic beams of krypton and xenon as dilute mixtures in helium. The spectra exhibit broad bands which are located at lower ionization energies relative to the monomer ion states, 2 P 3/2 and 2 P 1/2, with which they structural features of the spectra, particularly in the first band group, become more complex with.   We have previously reported refractivity measurements for neon, argon and krypton in the nm range and for xenon in the range nm."" We extend these results now to nm. These values are specially interesting for xenon since the first resonance line lies at nm.

Observations of the spectra of krypton and argon, in the region between 1 and 2 microns, have been made with a Perkin-Elmer spectrometer, fitted with a flint-glass prism cut to an angle of 55 degrees. The sources were Geissler tubes, used in previously reported work. More than 15 new lines of krypton . The spectra of argon have been studied extensively, and the first report on the measurement of relative transition probabilities for neon, argon, and krypton was by Thorne and Chamberlain [2. For krypton one melting data point at 23 GPa and K has been reported[12]. For xenon the only data above GPa[13] are two data points near 10 GPa and K[12]. In this paper we report new measurements of the high pressure melting curves of xenon, krypton and argon to 43, 61 and 77 Gpa, respectively. In all. served the spectra of argon, krypton, and xenon between about and p.m. They excited the spcctra in flash tubes. A short time later Humphreys and Kostkowski [7] at the National Bureau of Standards reobserved these spectra over the same region, making significant exten sions and including helium and neon in the program.