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  1. Catalán, Bay. Akad., p. 15, 7 Feb. 1925.
  2. Main Smith, Atomic Structure and Chemistry, London, 1924.
  3. We wish to add that this regularity confirms the lowest term of the iron spectrum as a D term. That the quintet D term discovered in the analysis of this spectrum and supported by the absorption experiments of Gieseler and Grotrian and of Angerer and Joos, really represents the normal state, in spite of the results of the Stern-Gerlach experiment (Ann. der Phys., 379, 673; 1924) is further favored by many astrophysical facts and by the almost complete line classification which now makes it improbable that any important low terms are unknown.
  4. Meggers, Kiess and Walters, J.O.S.A. & R.S.I., 9, p. 355; 1924.
  5. Δl= -1 because the electron loses one unit azimuthal quantum when going from its initial to the final state.

Catalán,

Catalán, Bay. Akad., p. 15, 7 Feb. 1925.

Smith, Main

Main Smith, Atomic Structure and Chemistry, London, 1924.

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Catalán, Bay. Akad., p. 15, 7 Feb. 1925.

Main Smith, Atomic Structure and Chemistry, London, 1924.

We wish to add that this regularity confirms the lowest term of the iron spectrum as a D term. That the quintet D term discovered in the analysis of this spectrum and supported by the absorption experiments of Gieseler and Grotrian and of Angerer and Joos, really represents the normal state, in spite of the results of the Stern-Gerlach experiment (Ann. der Phys., 379, 673; 1924) is further favored by many astrophysical facts and by the almost complete line classification which now makes it improbable that any important low terms are unknown.

Meggers, Kiess and Walters, J.O.S.A. & R.S.I., 9, p. 355; 1924.

Δl= -1 because the electron loses one unit azimuthal quantum when going from its initial to the final state.

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