Multi-configuration Dirac-Fock calculations of energy levels and transision probabilities in the 2p^53s-2p^6 spectra of neon-like ions (Z = 11,..., 18)
Lu-You, X.; Chen-Zhong, D.; Xin-Wen, M.
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
cw laser action in the blue-green spectral region from Ag II
Collins, G. J.; Persson, K. B.; McNeil, J. R.
Velocities of Sound in Polycrystalline Neon
Balzer, R.; Kupperman, D. S.; Simmons, R. O.
Variational estimates of 〈Σiriq〉 for q=-1,1,and 2 for atoms with Z from 2 to 18
Mueller, R. O.; Rau, A. R. P.; Spruch, Larry
Ultrastable laser array at 633 nm for real-time dimensional metrology
Lawall, John; Pedulla, J. Marc; Le Coq, Yann
Theory of electron capture from a hydrogenlike ion by a bare ion: Intermediate-state contributions to the amplitude
Theoretical analysis of the breakdown of neon induced by 248 nm laser radiation
Yosr E E-D Gamal; Iftitan M Azzouz
The reaction of BF3 with H2O: Infrared spectrum of BF2OH trapped in solid neon
Jacox, Marilyn E.; Thompson, Warren E.; Irikura, Karl K.
The positive column of low-pressure Hg/Ne and Hg/Ne/Ar discharges
T G Verbeek; P C Drop
Temperature measurements of a neon Z‐pinch plasma
Young, F. C.; Welch, B. L.; Griem, H. R.
Study of x-ray emission from a table top plasma focus and its application as an x-ray backlighter
Dangor, A. E.; Worley, J. F.; Beg, F. N.
Hans J Queisser
Solar and Solar-Wind Composition Results from the Genesis Mission
Burnett, D.; Hohenberg, C.; Grimberg, A.
Simulation of time-dependent positron behavior in neon gas
Sinha, K. V.; Grover, P. S.
Shape of the electron capture to the continuum cusps for H, H2, and He targets in the velocity range 6.3–18.0 a.u.
Berry, S. D.; Glass, G. A.; Sellin, I. A.
Self-induced transparency on the 1.15-μm line of neon
Krieger, W.; Toschek, P. E.
Scaling of collisionally pumped 3 s-3 p lasers in the neon isoelectronic sequence
Bhatia, A. K.; Seely, J. F.; Feldman, U.
Progress in confinement and stability with plasma shape and profile control for steady-state operation in the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute Tokamak-60 Upgrade
P100 Field strength and electrode sheath voltage of a high-pressure arc discharge in neon
Schoepp, H.; Langenscheidt, O.; Schneidenbach, H.
P067 Modelling low pressure mercury free lamps: influence of the discharge parameters on the pure neon discharge radiation
Bezanahary, T.; Zissis, G.; Institute of Physics (Great Britain)
On the stability of the zinc x‐ray laser beam quality using a half cavity
Mocek, T.; Rus, B.; Kozlová, M.
Observation of the bremsstrahlung generation in the process of the Rayleigh-Taylor instability development at gas puff implosion
Shishlov, A. V.; Baksht, R. B.; Fedunin, A. V.
Model potential calculations and spectroscopic observations of some doubly excited states in beryllium-like Ne VII
M Cornille; J Dubau; F Bely-Dubau
Mobilities and Reaction Rates of Neon Ions in Neon
Beaty, E. C.; Patterson, P. L.
Measurements of Lattice Constant, Thermal Expansion, and Isothermal Compressibility of Neon Single Crystals
Batchelder, D. N.; Losee, D. L.; Simmons, R. O.
Long-duration high-efficiency operation of a continuously pulsed copper laser utilizing copper bromide as a lasant
Russell, Gary R.; Chen, Che Jen; Bhanji, Alaudin M.
Ionization potential of the lithiumlike 1s22s states from lithium to neon
Chung, Kwong T.
Investigations on the transition between column and micropinch mode of plasma focus operation
Lebert, R.; Neff, W.; Engel, A.
International Intercomparison of Iodine-Stabilized Helium-Neon Lasers at 633 nm Involving Ten Standards Laboratories
R B Hurst; N Brown; V D Dandawate
Infrared spectra of cyclic-O6+ and trans-O6+ in solid neon and argon
Zhou, Mingfei; Hacaloglu, Jale; Andrews, Lester
Improved experimental and theoretical energy levels of neon I
Edward S Chang; William G Schoenfeld; Emile Bièmont
Hyperfine structure, pressure shift and pressure broadening in the 648 nm transition of atomic bismuth by Faraday spectroscopy
D M Lucas; R B Warrington; C D Thompson
High-pressure behavior of Raman modes in CuGaS2
González, J.; Fernández, B. J.; Besson, J. M.
First High Temperature Superconducting ECRIS
Rao, U. K.; Bieth, C.; Rodrigues, G. O.
Energy dependence of the sputtering yield of silicon bombarded with neon, argon, krypton, and xenon ions
Zalm, P. C.
Energies of neon-like n = 4 to n = 2 resonance lines
Joseph Nilsen; Peter Beiersdorfer; Klaus Widmann
Electronic spectra of carbon chain anions: C2nH- (n=5-12)
Schnaiter, M.; Tulej, M.; Maier, J. P.
Electronic absorption spectra of linear carbon chains in neon matrices. I. C-6, C6, and C6H
Fulara, Jan; Lessen, Daniel; Jakobi, Michael
Effects of read-out light sources and ambient light on radiochromic film
Martin J Butson; Peter K N Yu; Peter E Metcalfe
Dilepton production by neutrinos in the Fermilab 15-foot bubble chamber
Ballagh, H. C.; Bingham, H. H.; Lawry, T.
Coulomb Excitation with Ne20 Ions
Ritter, R. C.; Stelson, P. H.; McGowan, F. K.
Comparison of dc and ac excitation of a sealed CO2 laser
Chung, Hyun-Ju; Lee, Dong-Hoon; Kim, Hee-Je
Collisional efficiencies for vibrational energy relaxation of C6F14 and C8F18: Dependence on deactivator mass
Tardy, D. C.
Chemical Composition of Relativistic Cosmic Rays Detected above the Atmosphere
Durgaprasad, N.; Fichtel, C. E.; Guss, D. E.
Characteristics of populations and gains in neon-like argon (Ar IX)
Kim, Dae-Soung; Kim, Dong-Eon; Osterheld, Albert L.
Changes in the higher fatty acid composition of blood plasma and erythrocyte membranes during long exposure of a human to hyperbaric gas medium
Naidina, V.; Buravkova, L.; Pepelyaev, Yu.
Anomalous cosmic ray composition from ACE
Leske, R. A.
Analysis of the first Feshbach resonances in electron collisions in rare gases
Dubé, D.; Tremblay, D.; Roy, D.
An atomic coilgun: using pulsed magnetic fields to slow a supersonic beam
E Narevicius; C G Parthey; A Libson
Absolute angle-differential cross sections for electron-impact excitation of neon within the first 3.5 eV above threshold
M Allan; K Franz; H Hotop
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