Abstract

Sixty high odd levels of Yb ii are interpreted as 4f135d2 levels. A least-squares fit with 10 parameters results in a rms error of 239 cm−1 (1.1% of the total width). Good agreement is also obtained between calculated and observed g factors. Designations in JILII coupling are given.

© 1968 Optical Society of America

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