Abstract

Resonance ionization mass spectrometry is applied to investigate high-lying even-parity states of Sm i. Eighty-six even-parity states of Sm i are discovered in the region 32 950–36 000 cm−1. Absolute energies of these states are measured with an uncertainty of ±0.3 cm−1, and total angular momenta are uniquely assigned for most of them.

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