Abstract

The observed levels of the configuration 3d 4f of Fe vii are compared with theoretical formulas which include the electrostatic interaction and the spin–orbit interaction. The least-squares calculation gives a mean error of 79 cm−1 and permits a critical discussion of the reliability of the experimental levels.

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