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NIST Atomic Transition Probability Bibliographic Database

This interactive database, maintained by the NIST Atomic Spectroscopy Data Center, contains more than 8000 references, dating from 1914 through current year and is updated regularly in intervals between one and four weeks. These references pertain to publications that include numerical data, comments, and reviews on atomic transition probabilities, oscillator strengths, line strengths, and radiative lifetimes.

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