Abstract

Relative transition probabilities for eight near-infrared electric dipole lines of Ne i originating on the 3d′(3/2)2 level have been determined by means of emission line intensity measurements. The lifetime of the 3d′(3/2)2 level has been measured by the delayed coincidence method obtaining a value of 21.5 ± 2.5 ns. With this lifetime value and taking into account the 3768.0 Å forbidden line, the transition probabilities were put on an absolute scale. The experimental values are compared with theoretical calculations in intermediate coupling and Coulomb approximation.

© 1977 Optical Society of America

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