chv6_ic#ca17.dat

Resolved Specific Ion Data Collections

Ion
Ca17+
Temperature Range
13.96 eV → 1.396 x 104 eV

ADF04

Filename
chv6_ic#ca17.dat
Full Path
adf04/copch#20/chv6_ic#ca17.dat
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  • Spontaneous Emission: Ca+17(i) → Ca+17(j) + hv
  • Electron Impact Excitation: Ca+17(i) + e → Ca+17(j) + e
1s2.2s 2s1/2 2S0.5 0.0 cm-1
1s2.2p 2p1/2 2P0.5 290009.0 cm-1
1s2.2p 2p3/2 2P1.5 330852.0 cm-1
1s2.3s 2s1/2 2S0.5 5259390.0 cm-1
1s2.3p 2p1/2 2P0.5 5339810.0 cm-1
1s2.3p 2p3/2 2P1.5 5352390.0 cm-1
1s2.3d 2d3/2 2D1.5 5383440.0 cm-1
1s2.3d 2d5/2 2D2.5 5387230.0 cm-1
1s2.4s 2s1/2 2S0.5 7063470.0 cm-1
1s2.4p 2p1/2 2P0.5 7096540.0 cm-1
1s2.4p 2p3/2 2P1.5 7101860.0 cm-1
1s2.4d 2d3/2 2D1.5 7114930.0 cm-1
1s2.4d 2d5/2 2D2.5 7116540.0 cm-1
1s2.4f 2f5/2 2F2.5 7117910.0 cm-1
1s2.4f 2f7/2 2F3.5 7118720.0 cm-1
1s2.5s 2s1/2 2S0.5 7890100.0 cm-1
1s2.5p 2p1/2 2P0.5 7906880.0 cm-1
1s2.5p 2p3/2 2P1.5 7909540.0 cm-1
1s2.5d 2d5/2 2D2.5 7916230.0 cm-1
1s2.5d 2d3/2 2D1.5 7917040.0 cm-1
1s2.5f 2f5/2 2F2.5 7917760.0 cm-1
1s2.5f 2f7/2 2F3.5 7918170.0 cm-1
1s2.5g 2g7/2 2G3.5 7918650.0 cm-1
1s2.5g 2g9/2 2G4.5 7918890.0 cm-1
A+17        20        18       9501748.0
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  Data generated from CHIANTI version 6.0

       http://www.chianti.rl.ac.uk/

  CHIANTI references
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  Energy levels :
   %energy levels (1-24): Martin, W.C., Zalubas, R., 1983, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, 12, 323.
   %Theoretical energy levels (1-24): Zhang,H.L., Sampson,D.H., Fontes,C.J., ADNDT, 44, 31.
   %Innershell energy levels: Fuhr, J.R., Kelleher, D.E., Martin, W.C., Musgrove, A., Sugar, J., Wiese, W.L.,
           Dalton, G.R., Dragoset, R.A., Mohr, P.J., Olsen, K., Reader, J., Saloman, E.B., Sansonetti, C.J.,
           Wiersma, G., "NIST Atomic Spectra Database" Ver. 2.0, March 1999, NIST Physical Reference Data
   %Innershell theoretical energy levels: Goett, S.J., Sampson, D.H., 1983, ADNDT, 29, 535
   %produced as part of the Arcetri/Cambridge/NRL 'CHIANTI' atomic data base collaboration
   %
   % E. Landi - July 1999

  A-values levels :
   %filename: ca_18.wgfa
   %observed energy levels: Sugar, J., Corliss, C., 1979, J.Phys.Chem.Ref.Data, 8, 865
   %observed energy levels: Kelly, R.L., 1987, J.Phys.Chem.Ref.Data, 16, Suppl. 1
   %comments:  4s, 4p and 4p levels from Kelly
   %oscillator strengths: H.L. Zhang, D.H. Sampson, C.J. Fontes, 1990, ADNDT, 44, 31
   %oscillator strengths: Martin, I., Karwowski, J., Diercksen, G.H.F., Barrientos, C., 1993, A&AS, 100, 595
   % Innershell radiative data: Goett, S.J., Sampson, D.H., 1983, ADNDT, 29, 535
   %A values (autoionizing): Vainshtein, L.A., Safronova, U.I., 1978, ADNDT, 21, 49
      and 1980, ADNDT, 25, 311 - updated by U.I. Safronova, 1999
   %Comment: Other radiative data were calculated using SUPERSTRUCTURE with a 23 configuration model
   %comment:  the following lines identified by Feldman, U., Doschek, G., Kreplin, R.W., 1980, ApJ, 238, 365
       2   36         3.2066      5.910e-01      9.615e+13        1s2.2p 2P0.5 -         1s.2p2 2D1.5   (k)
       3   39         3.2033      1.344e+00      2.192e+14        1s2.2p 2P1.5 -         1s.2p2 2P1.5   (a)
   %comment:  unobserved lines
       1   26        -3.2260      1.103e-03      3.532e+11        1s2.2s 2S0.5 -  1s.(2S).2s.2p 4P0.5
       1   27        -3.2241      6.620e-03      1.061e+12        1s2.2s 2S0.5 -  1s.(2S).2s.2p 4P1.5
       1   28        -3.2209      6.669e-06      7.142e+08        1s2.2s 2S0.5 --  1s.(2S).2s.2p 4P2.5
       1   29        -3.1988      3.691e-01      1.202e+14        1s2.2s 2S0.5 -  1s.(2S).2s.2p 2P0.5
       1   30        -3.1961      9.666e-01      1.577e+14        1s2.2s 2S0.5 -  1s.(2S).2s.2p 2P1.5
       2   25        -3.2634      8.502e-03      2.661e+12        1s2.2p 2P0.5 -         1s.2s2 2S0.5
       2   31        -3.2210      3.368e-03      1.082e+12        1s2.2p 2P0.5 -         1s.2p2 4P0.5
       2   32        -3.2182      7.303e-05      1.175e+10        1s2.2p 2P0.5 -         1s.2p2 4P1.5
       2   38        -3.1970      5.507e-01      1.796e+14        1s2.2p 2P0.5 -         1s.2p2 2P0.5
       2   40        -3.1783      2.860e-02      9.439e+12        1s2.2p 2P0.5 -         1s.2p2 2S0.5
       3   25        -3.2678      1.215e-02      3.792e+12        1s2.2p 2P1.5 -         1s.2s2 2S0.5
       3   31        -3.2252      1.522e-04      4.877e+10        1s2.2p 2P1.5 -         1s.2p2 4P0.5
       3   32        -3.2225      4.753e-03      7.628e+11        1s2.2p 2P1.5 -         1s.2p2 4P1.5
       3   33        -3.2197      1.974e-02      2.115e+12        1s2.2p 2P1.5 -         1s.2p2 4P2.5
       3   38        -3.2012      1.952e-01      6.349e+13        1s2.2p 2P1.5 -         1s.2p2 2P0.5
       3   40        -3.1824      2.153e-01      7.087e+13        1s2.2p 2P1.5 -         1s.2p2 2S0.5

   %produced as part of the Arcetri/Cambridge/NRL 'CHIANTI' atomic data base collaboration
   %
   % E. Landi - July 1999

  Collision strengths :

   %filename: ca_18.splups
   %oscillator strengths: H.L. Zhang, D.H. Sampson, C.J. Fontes, 1990, ADNDT, 44, 31
   %oscillator strengths: Martin, I., Karwowski, J., Diercksen, G.H.F., Barrientos, C., 1993, A&AS, 100, 595
   %collision strengths: Zhang, Sampson, Fontes, 1990, ADNDT, 44, 31
   %Collision strengths innershell transitions: Goett, S.J., Sampson, D.H., 1983, ADNDT, 29, 535
   % produced as part of the Arcetri/Cambridge/NRL 'CHIANTI' atomic data base collaboration
   %
   % E.Landi and K.P.Dere - July 1999



  Added to ADAS by
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  Author : Martin O'Mullane
  Date   : 28/10/10

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 The following levels were above the ionisation potential :    9501748.0

     25 1s.2s2 2S1/2       (2)0( 0.5)      30932754.0
     26 1s.2s(3P).2p 4P1/2 (4)1( 0.5)      30998598.0
     27 1s.2s(3P).2p 4P3/2 (4)1( 1.5)      31016156.0
     28 1s.2s(3P).2p 4P5/2 (4)1( 2.5)      31046878.0
     29 1s.2s(3P).2p 2P1/2 (2)1( 0.5)      31261970.0
     30 1s.2s(3P).2p 2P3/2 (2)1( 1.5)      31288302.0
     31 1s.2p2 4P1/2       (4)1( 0.5)      31336590.0
     32 1s.2p2 4P3/2       (4)1( 1.5)      31362922.0
     33 1s.2s(1P).2p 2P1/2 (2)1( 0.5)      31371704.0
     34 1s.2s(1P).2p 2P3/2 (2)1( 1.5)      31384874.0
     35 1s.2p2 4P5/2       (4)1( 2.5)      31389262.0
     36 1s.2p2 2D3/2       (2)2( 1.5)      31534112.0
     37 1s.2p2 2D5/2       (2)2( 2.5)      31547280.0
     38 1s.2p2 2P1/2       (2)1( 0.5)      31569232.0
     39 1s.2p2 2P3/2       (2)1( 1.5)      31617514.0
     40 1s.2p2 2S1/2       (2)0( 0.5)      31753590.0

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 Level list :

     1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9  10
    11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20
    21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30
    31  32  33  34  35  36  37  38  39  40

 Original level order :

     1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9  10
    11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20
    21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30
    31  32  34  35  33  36  37  38  39  40

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 Filtered adf04 file to 
  - sort energy levels 
  - remove non physical A values from
    energy level reversals
  - remove energies above ionisation potential
  - remove duplicate transitions

 Code     : ADAS utility program, filter04
 Date     : 28-10-2010
 Producer : Martin O'Mullane              

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 Regenerated to use the standard ADAS temperature set.

 Add the transitions in the CHIANTI source which have a transition
 probability but no accompanying effective collision strength and
 set these upsilons to zero.

 Update : Martin O'Mullane
 Date   : 28-10-2010
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