Abstract

The 3s2 1S0–3s3p1P1, 3s3p1P1–3s3d1D2, and 3s3p3P2–3s3d3D3 transitions in seven Mg-like ions from Sr26+ to Rh33+ were observed with a laser-produced plasma and a 2.2-m grazing-incidence spectrograph. The wavelengths of the 3s2 1S0–3s3p1P1 transition are compared with tokamak observations and with theoretical values obtained with the relativistic random phase approximation.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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