Abstract

Fourier-transform time-resolved spectroscopy of laser-induced breakdown of Cs vapor in a vacuum has been used for the measurement of atomic Cs emission spectra in the 8008000cm1 range with a resolution of 0.02cm1. The 6h and 7h levels of Cs are observed. The dipole transition matrix elements (transition probabilities, oscillator, and line strengths) between the observed levels are calculated using quantum defect theory.

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