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2005 | 108 | 3 | 449-456
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J-File Sum Rule Tests for the 3s-3p Transition Array in Singly Ionized Nitrogen - Comparison of Measured and Calculated Data

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A critical analysis of available experimental and theoretical data on transition probabilities for spectral lines of singly ionized nitrogen was performed. J-file sum rule tests for the 3s-3p triplet supermultiplet in NII were performed on the basis of recently calculated and measured line strengths. It is shown that the inclusion of intersystem transitions in the analysis leads to a better agreement of the data with the J-file sum rule prediction.
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108
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3
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449-456
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2005-09
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2005-03-16
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2005-05-18
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  • Institute of Physics, Opole University, Oleska 48, 45-052 Opole, Poland
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