Abstract

The discovery of two new germanium lines at λ 2467.368 A and λ 2416.505 A led to the recognition of the missing 4s4p3 5S2° the S2° term of Ge i. It is situated 41 926.726 cm−1 above the ground level 4s4p2 3P0 and the lines mentioned above are the combinations ν=4s24p2 3P2,1,–4s4p3 5S2°, respectively.

© 1957 Optical Society of America

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