Abstract

The structure of the configurations (3d + 4s)34p in Ti i has been interpreted in the electrostatic approximation by treating radial parameters as free variables and obtaining a least-squares fit of theoretical to experimental term energies. Full provision was made for interactions between the configurations. All observed terms are accounted for and the mean error of the final fit is 355 cm−1. Major eigenvector components in an LS scheme are tabulated for each term.

© 1969 Optical Society of America

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