Abstract

The high-dispersion absorption spectrum of Sr i is reported for the 1400–1900-Å region. Observations include transitions from 5s2 1S0 to the J = 1° channels of Sr i associated with the excited 4d 2D and 5p 2P∘ ion cores of Sr ii. Autoionization and channel mixing of the observed J = 1° channels are correlated by using methods based on multichannel quantum-defect theory.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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