Abstract

The beam-foil spectrum of nitrogen has been studied between 300 and 1250 Å at beam energies of 0.5–2 MeV. Some newly observed lines have been identified and the lifetimes of some excited levels of N ii, N iii, N iv, and N v have been measured.

© 1972 Optical Society of America

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