Abstract

Transition probabilities have been computed for the Ne i transition arrays 2p53p–2p54s, 2p53p–2p5 5s, 2p54p–2p55s, and 2p53s–2p54p. Intermediate-coupling theory, including an effective correction for configuration interaction, has been used. An absolute scale is obtained by use of the Coulomb approximation. The eigenvectors obtained in this manner give a better fit to the observed energies and Lande g values than eigenvectors obtained without configuration interaction. There is also a significant improvement of agreement of the calculated transition probabilities to the few experimental values for these arrays.

© 1975 Optical Society of America

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