Abstract

A complete set of ionization potentials of all ionization stages is given for the elements hydrogen through zinc (Z = 30). The ionization potentials are calculated along isoelectronic sequences with full regard to experimental values in the sense that experimental values are preferred in all cases of doubt. Along sequences that are well established experimentally the difference to the next higher species is calculated by interpolation or extrapolation of the second differences and the third differences. Sequences that are not so well established experimentally are calculated by interpolation or extrapolation of the difference to the same ionization stage of one of the better-known sequences. Similarities in the periodic table are taken into account.

© 1967 Optical Society of America

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