Abstract

Radiative lifetimes have been measured from beam-foil spectra of 24 lines of Ar ii and 7 lines of Ar iii in the wavelength range 2400–5000 Å. Agreement with the mean of other experimental results is to within 20%.

© 1970 Optical Society of America

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