Abstract

Branching ratios have been measured for 104 emission lines from 24 levels in Ar i and Ar II. These branching ratios may be used to calibrate the relative detection efficiency of a spectrometer over the 2900–23000-Å wavelength range.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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