Abstract

Four hundred and ten lines of the ultraviolet spectrum, from 2117 A to 3072 A, have been measured in this study, with a probable error of 0.005 A, on high-dispersion quartz-prism spectrograms. A small electronic computer, the Burroughs E101, has been used to great advantage in calculating the wavelengths and wave numbers and in analyzing the spectrum. Two new terms have been discovered. Two hundred and fourteen lines have been classified, of which 152 were previously known. The energy values for 16 levels of seven previously known terms have been revised.

© 1961 Optical Society of America

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