Abstract

The beam-foil spectrum of sulfur in the wavelength region 600–4000 Å has been measured for a series of beam-particle energies from 0.5 to 2.0 MeV. Transitions in S i–S vi have been identified. In addition, many strong unidentified sulfur lines were observed and approximate charge states have been suggested by the variation of intensity of these lines with incident-particle energy. Mean lives of 46 of the stronger transitions were measured. Twenty-seven of these correspond to transitions between known levels of S ii–S vi.

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