Abstract

Eight spectral lines of five-times ionized uranium between 800 and 1930 Å are reported. Four terms (5f 2F, 6d 2D, 7s 2S, and 7p 2P) are given. Isoelectronic comparisons are made and the effect of crystal fields on the 5f electron is discussed.

© 1976 Optical Society of America

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