Abstract

Radiative-lifetime studies of the more prominent resonance transitions of Ca i,ii, Mg i,ii, B i, and Al i between 1800 and 4250 Å are presented. The results for the lowest member of the resonance series are in good agreement with most previous-literature values obtained with Hanle-effect or beam-foil techniques. Results for the higher members of the resonance series for Mg i and Ca i are compared with previous results. These data are discussed and oscillator strengths are given.

© 1971 Optical Society of America

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