Abstract

The high-dispersion absorption spectrum of Ca i is reported for the 1430–1340 Å region. Observations include transitions from 4s2 1S0 to the J = T channels associated with the 4p2P° ion core of Ca ii. Autoionization and channel mixing of the observed J = 1° channels are correlated using methods based on multichannel quantum defect theory.

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