Abstract

An analytic atomic independent-particle model potential, adjusted to experimental single-particle energy levels, is used to generate wave functions for the valence and excited states of P, S+1, Cl+2, Ar+3, K+4, and Ca+5. Using these wave functions in conjunction with the Born approximation and the LS-coupling scheme, we calculate optical oscillator strengths for excitations from the ls22s22p63s23p3(4S3/2) ground state. Reasonable agreement is obtained with available experimental and theoretical data.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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