Abstract

Scaled Hartree–Fock radial integrals for the electrostatic parameter (F2) and the spin–orbit parameter (ζp) and empirical values for the effective far configuration interaction parameter α were used in calculating the energy levels of the 3s23pn configurations of ions of copper through molybdenum in the Al, Si, P, S, and Cl isoelectronic sequences. The scale factors were obtained from the trend of fitted values derived from known energy levels of potassium through nickel and known magnetic-dipole lines from copper to molybdenum. The estimated uncertainty for the transition energies varies from ±200 cm−1 for Cu to ±1000 cm−1 for Mo. Wave functions generated with the scaled integrals were used to calculate magnetic-dipole transition rates between the calculated energy levels.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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