Abstract

Wall-stabilized arc measurements employing the generalized Fowler–Milne diagnostic technique have been carried out in argon at atmospheric pressure. Transition probabilities are reported for all lines of the 4s–4p and 3d–4p Ar ii arrays lying below 7200 Å.

© 1969 Optical Society of America

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