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Natural Radiative Lifetimes of the 5p6s^(1)P_(1) , 5p6s^(3)P_(1,2), and 5p5d^(3)D_(1,2,3) Levels of the Sn I Spectrum by Zero Field Level Crossing Spectroscopy

Holmgren, L and Svanberg, Sune LU (1972) In Physica Scripta 5(3). p.135-137
Abstract
Natural radiative lifetimes of some excited levels belonging to the 5 p 6 s and 5 p 5 d configurations have been measured by the Hanle method. Some of the levels could be optically excited only from the metastable 3 P 1 and 3 P 2 levels of the 5 p 2 ground configuration. These comparatively low-lying levels were sufficiently populated at the temperature necessary to produce a Sn atomic beam. The following results were obtained: Ï(5 p (3/2)6 s 1 P 1 ) = 4.11 (22) ns Ï(5 p (1/2)5 d 3 D 1 ) = 3.9 (5) ns Ï(5 p (1/2)6 s 3 P 1 ) = 4.75 (18) ns Ï(5 p (1/2)5 d 3 D 2 ) = 5.5 (4) ns Ï(5 p (3/2)6 s 3 P 2 ) = 4.25 (23) ns Ï(5 p (1/2)5 d 3 D 3 ) = 5.8 (6) ns These values are compared with the results from other types of investigations.
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Physica Scripta
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5
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3
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135 - 137
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Institute of Physics Publishing Ltd.
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0031-8949
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10.1088/0031-8949/5/3/008
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English
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  abstract     = {Natural radiative lifetimes of some excited levels belonging to the 5 p 6 s and 5 p 5 d configurations have been measured by the Hanle method. Some of the levels could be optically excited only from the metastable 3 P 1 and 3 P 2 levels of the 5 p 2 ground configuration. These comparatively low-lying levels were sufficiently populated at the temperature necessary to produce a Sn atomic beam. The following results were obtained: Ï(5 p (3/2)6 s 1 P 1 ) = 4.11 (22) ns Ï(5 p (1/2)5 d 3 D 1 ) = 3.9 (5) ns Ï(5 p (1/2)6 s 3 P 1 ) = 4.75 (18) ns Ï(5 p (1/2)5 d 3 D 2 ) = 5.5 (4) ns Ï(5 p (3/2)6 s 3 P 2 ) = 4.25 (23) ns Ï(5 p (1/2)5 d 3 D 3 ) = 5.8 (6) ns These values are compared with the results from other types of investigations.},
  author       = {Holmgren, L and Svanberg, Sune},
  issn         = {0031-8949},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {135--137},
  publisher    = {ARRAY(0x841d6c0)},
  series       = {Physica Scripta},
  title        = {Natural Radiative Lifetimes of the 5p6s^(1)P_(1) , 5p6s^(3)P_(1,2), and 5p5d^(3)D_(1,2,3) Levels of the Sn I Spectrum by Zero Field Level Crossing Spectroscopy},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/0031-8949/5/3/008},
  volume       = {5},
  year         = {1972},
}