Resolved Specific Ion Data Collections

Temperature Range
3.378 eV → 3378 eV


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  • Spontaneous Emission: Ar+13(i) → Ar+13(j) + hv
  • Electron Impact Excitation: Ar+13(i) + e → Ar+13(j) + e
1s22s22p(2p) 2P0.5 0.0 cm-1
1s22s22p(2p) 2P1.5 22657.0 cm-1
1s22s2p2(4p) 4P0.5 230273.0 cm-1
1s22s2p2(4p) 4P1.5 238953.0 cm-1
1s22s2p2(4p) 4P2.5 250421.0 cm-1
1s22s2p2(2d) 2D1.5 410198.0 cm-1
1s22s2p2(2d) 2D2.5 411208.0 cm-1
1s22s2p2(2s) 2S0.5 514416.0 cm-1
1s22s2p2(2p) 2P0.5 545252.0 cm-1
1s22s2p2(2p) 2P1.5 554678.0 cm-1
1s22p3(4s) 4S1.5 718889.0 cm-1
1s22p3(2d) 2D1.5 810190.0 cm-1
1s22p3(2d) 2D2.5 812824.0 cm-1
1s22p3(2p) 2P0.5 908735.0 cm-1
1s22p3(2p) 2P1.5 913014.0 cm-1
1s22s23s(2s) 2S0.5 3479170.0 cm-1
1s22s23p(2p) 2P0.5 3598540.0 cm-1
1s22s23p(2p) 2P1.5 3604960.0 cm-1
1s22s23d(2d) 2D1.5 3702490.0 cm-1
1s22s23d(2d) 2D2.5 3704420.0 cm-1
1s22s24s(2s) 2S0.5 4695150.0 cm-1
1s22s24p(2p) 2P0.5 4741410.0 cm-1
1s22s24p(2p) 2P1.5 4743870.0 cm-1
1s22s24d(2d) 2D1.5 4781460.0 cm-1
1s22s24d(2d) 2D2.5 4782220.0 cm-1
1s22s24f(2f) 2F2.5 4801880.0 cm-1
1s22s24f(2f) 2F3.5 4802260.0 cm-1
1s22s25s(2s) 2S0.5 5234730.0 cm-1
1s22s25p(2p) 2P0.5 5257590.0 cm-1
1s22s25p(2p) 2P1.5 5258730.0 cm-1
1s22s25d(2d) 2D1.5 5277190.0 cm-1
1s22s25d(2d) 2D2.5 5277550.0 cm-1
1s22s25f(2f) 2F2.5 5286840.0 cm-1
1s22s25f(2f) 2F3.5 5287030.0 cm-1
1s22s25g(2g) 2G3.5 5288680.0 cm-1
1s22s25g(2g) 2G4.5 5288800.0 cm-1

  The above Maxwellian averaged rate coefficients are from a 36 level Breit-Pauli
  R-matrix calculation containing 630 transitions.

  The configurations included in the scattering calculations were:
  2s$^2$2p - 2s$^2$5g, 2s2p$^2$, 2p$^3$

  The box size was 7.273 au, with 40 (N+1)-electron continuum basis oribitals per
  angular momentum with a maximum Hamiltonian dimension of 6240.

  The exchange calculation ran from JMIN=0 to JMAX=10 and the non-exchange calculation
  ran from JMIN=11 to JMAX=58

  The outer region calculation was split into two energy regions. Region 1
  ran from the first excitation threshold up to the ionization threshold
  and region 2 from the ionization threshold to four times the threshold.
  In region 1, the exchange calculation used 40,000 energy points and the non-exchange
  calculation used 400 energy points. In region 2, 200 energy points were used for
  both the exchange and non-exchange calculations.

  Theoretical energies were shifted to experimental NIST energies at stage 3. There was no
  reordering of the energy levels. Due to shifting to NIST energies, dipole
  radiative rates were scaled accordingly to be consistent.

  See J A Ludlow et al, J. Phys. B43 (2010), 074029

  DOI: 10.1088/0953-4075/43/7/074029

  NAME : John Ludlow
  DATE : 16th November 2009

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