Abstract

The relative photoionization cross section of atomic selenium has been measured in the 800–1400-Å region. The absorption cell consisted of a flash pyrolysis system, and the background continuum was provided by a BRV source or a Garton flash. A majority of the absorption features appearing below 1272 Å has been identified.

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