Abstract

Vacuum-wavelengths values are given for a number of visible lines, emitted by Kr86, Hg198, and Cd114, which are useful spectroscopic and metrological standards. The wavelengths are based on a number of Fabry–Perot interferometer measurements during the past few years; some of the values have also been confirmed by independent measurements on Michelson interferometers. Perturbations to the wavelengths are discussed.

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