Abstract

A recently developed laser-excitation technique has been used in the first photoabsorption studies of the even-parity 2p53s3p and 2p53s4p autoionizing levels of Na i. The observed-level values are compared, where applicable, with those previously obtained by ejected-electron spectroscopy of collisionally excited Na, and the identifications are confirmed by ab initio calculations.

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