Abstract

An investigation is made of the spectroscopic isotope shift in the Pb II visible spectrum by using enriched isotopes. The isotope structure of Pb204, Pb206, and Pb208, and the hyperfine structure of Pb207 in the transitions;

15011cm-1(6s27sS21/2-6s27pP21/2°),17824cm-1(6s27pS21/2-6s27pP23/2°),18032cm-1(6s27pP23/2°-6s27dD25/2),18609cm-1(6s6p2P45/2-6s25fF21/2°)

are analyzed with a Fabry-Perot interferometer crossed with a constant-deviation Hilger spectrograph. The samples are excited in a Schüler hollow cathode discharge tube. Spacings between consecutive even isotopes, (205–206), (206–208), the centroid of the odd isotope and the isotope 208 (207c.g.–208), and the ratios (204–206)/(206–208), (206–207c.g.)/(207c.g.–208) are given.

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