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NIST-LANL Lanthanide Opacity Database

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

The database contains radiative line-binned opacities for lanthanides (atomic number 57

Tags: kilonova,lanthanides,opacity,radiation,neutron star merger,atomic physics,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST Handbook of Basic Atomic Spectroscopic Data - SRD 108

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This handbook provides a selection of the most important and frequently used atomic spectroscopic data in an easily accessible format. The compilation includes energy levels, ionization energies, wavelengths, line intensities, transition probabilities, and spectrum assignments for the neutral and singly-ionized atoms of all elements hydrogen through einsteinium (Z = 1-99), given in separate tables for each element. It includes approximately 12,000 spectral lines of all elements. Bibliographic references are provided for all data.

Tags: actinium,aluminum,americium,antimony,argon,arsenic,astatine,atom,atomic data,Atomic Ions,atomic physics,atomic property,Atomic Spectroscopy,Atomic Weights,barium,berkelium,beryllium,bismuth,bohrium,boron,bromine,cadmium,calcium,californium,carbon,cerium,cesium,chlorine,chromium,cobalt,copper,curium,dysprosium,einsteinium,element,Elemental Data,erbium,europium,fluorine,francium,gadolinium,gallium,germanium,gold,hafnium,helium,holmium,hydrogen,indium,iodine,Ionized Atoms,iridium,iron,Isotopic Composition,krypton,lanthanum,lead,lithium,lutetium,magnesium,manganese,mercury,molybdenum,neodymium,neon,neptunium,Neutral Atoms,nickel,niobium,nitrogen,osmium,oxygen,palladium,phosphorus,platinum,plutonium,polonium,potassium,praseodymium,promethium,protactinium,radium,Radon,rhenium,rhodium,rubidium,ruthenium,samarium,scandium,selenium,silicon,silver,Singly Charged,Singly Ionized,sodium,spectrum,strontium,sulfur,tantalum,technetium,tellurium,terbium,thallium,thorium,thulium,tin,titanium,tungsten,vanadium,xenon,ytterbium,yttrium,zinc,zirconium,atomic energy levels,atomic spectra,atomic spectral lines,ionization energy,ionization potential,wavelengths,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST Atomic Spectral Line Broadening Bibliographic Database

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This interactive database, maintained by the NIST Atomic Spectroscopy Data Center, contains more than 6000 references, dating from 1889 through current year and is updated regularly in intervals between one and four weeks. These references pertain to publications that include numerical data, general information, comments, and reviews on atomic line broadening and shifts.

Tags: actinium,aluminium,aluminum,americium,antimony,argon,arsenic,astatine,atom,atomic data,Atomic Ions,atomic physics,atomic property,Atomic Spectroscopy,barium,berkelium,beryllium,Bibliographic database,Bibliography,bismuth,bohrium,boron,bromine,cadmium,calcium,californium,carbon,cerium,cesium,chlorine,chromium,cobalt,columbium,copernicium,copper,curium,darmstadtium,deuterium,Doubly Charged,Doubly Ionized,dubnium,dysprosium,einsteinium,elements,erbium,europium,fermium,flerovium,fluorine,francium,gadolinium,gallium,germanium,gold,hafnium,hassium,helium,holmium,hydrogen,indium,iodine,Ionized Atoms,iridium,iron,krypton,kurchatovium,lanthanum,lawrencium,lead,Line broadening,Literature,lithium,livermorium,lutetium,magnesium,manganese,meitnerium,mendelevium,mercury,molybdenum,Multiply Charged,Natural broadening,neodymium,neon,neptunium,Neutral Atoms,nickel,niobium,nitrogen,nobelium,osmium,oxygen,palladium,phosphorus,Plasma diagnostics,platinum,plutonium,polonium,potassium,praseodymium,Pressure shift,promethium,protactinium,Quadruply Charged,Quadruply Ionized,radium,Radon,Resonance broadening,rhenium,rhodium,roentgenium,rubidium,ruthenium,rutherfordium,samarium,scandium,seaborgium,Searchable,selenium,silicium,silicon,silver,Singly Charged,Singly Ionized,sodium,Spectral line profile,Spectral line shape,Spectral line shift,Spectral line width,spectrum,Stark broadening,Stark shift,strontium,sulfur,sulphur,tantalum,technetium,tellurium,terbium,thallium,thorium,thulium,tin,titanium,Triply Charged,Triply Ionized,tritium,tungsten,uranium,vanadium,xenon,ytterbium,yttrium,Zeeman broadening,zinc,zirconium,van der Waals broadening,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST Atomic Transition Probability Bibliographic Database

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

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.

Tags: actinium,aluminium,aluminum,americium,antimony,argon,arsenic,astatine,atom,atomic data,Atomic Ions,atomic physics,atomic property,Atomic Spectroscopy,barium,berkelium,beryllium,Bibliographic database,Bibliography,bismuth,bohrium,boron,bromine,cadmium,calcium,californium,carbon,cerium,cesium,chlorine,chromium,cobalt,columbium,copernicium,copper,curium,darmstadtium,deuterium,Doubly Charged,Doubly Ionized,dubnium,dysprosium,einsteinium,element,erbium,europium,fermium,flerovium,fluorine,francium,gadolinium,gallium,germanium,gold,hafnium,hassium,helium,holmium,hydrogen,indium,iodine,Ionized Atoms,iridium,iron,krypton,kurchatovium,lanthanum,lawrencium,lead,Literature,lithium,livermorium,lutetium,magnesium,manganese,meitnerium,mendelevium,mercury,molybdenum,Multiply Charged,neodymium,neon,neptunium,Neutral Atoms,nickel,niobium,nitrogen,nobelium,osmium,oxygen,palladium,phosphorus,platinum,plutonium,polonium,potassium,praseodymium,promethium,protactinium,Quadruply Charged,Quadruply Ionized,Radiative Lifetime,Radiative Rate,radium,Radon,rhenium,rhodium,roentgenium,rubidium,ruthenium,rutherfordium,samarium,scandium,seaborgium,Searchable,selenium,silicium,silicon,silver,Singly Charged,Singly Ionized,sodium,spectrum,strontium,sulfur,sulphur,tantalum,technetium,tellurium,terbium,thallium,thorium,thulium,tin,titanium,Transition Probability,Triply Charged,Triply Ionized,tritium,tungsten,ununbium,ununhexium,ununoctium,ununpentium,ununquadium,ununseptium,ununtrium,unununium,uranium,vanadium,xenon,ytterbium,yttrium,zinc,zirconium,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST Ground Levels and Ionization Energies for the Neutral Atoms - SRD 111

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

Data for ground state electron configurations and ionization energies for the neutral atoms (Z = 1-104) including references. Version 2.0.

Tags: atomic physics,Atomic Spectroscopy,Ground state,ionization energy,ionization potential,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST Observed Interstellar Molecular Microwave Transitions Database - SRD 116

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This database contains critically evaluated transition frequencies for the molecular transitions detected in interstellar and circumstellar clouds reported in the literature through mid-2008. The tabulated transition frequencies are recommended for reference in future astronomical observations in the centimeter and millimeter wavelength regions. The transition frequencies have been selected through a critical examination and analysis of the laboratory spectral data obtained from the literature.

Tags: astronomy,atomic physics,circumstellar clouds,interstellar molecules,microwave spectroscopy,molecular clouds,molecular lines,physics,radio astronomy,rotational spectra,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST Stopping-Power & Range Tables for Electrons, Protons, and Helium Ions - SRD 124

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

The databases ESTAR, PSTAR, and ASTAR calculate stopping-power and range tables for electrons, protons, or helium ions. Stopping-power and range tables can be calculated for electrons in any user-specified material and for protons and helium ions in 74 materials.

Tags: Barks correction,ICRUs,International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements,air,alpha particles,atomic physics,block correction,bremsstrahlung,charged particles,collisions,electronic stopping powers,electrons,energies,nuclear physics,nuclear stopping powers,physics,projected ranges,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST Atomic Energy Levels and Spectra Bibliographic Database

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

References contained in this database are from Bibliography on Atomic Energy Levels and Spectra, NBS Special Publication 363 and Supplements, as well as current references since the last published bibliography collected by the NIST Atomic Spectroscopy Data Center (http://www.nist.gov/physlab/div842/grp01/asdc_info.cfm).

Tags: actinium,aluminium,aluminum,americium,antimony,argon,arsenic,astatine,atom,atomic data,Atomic Ions,atomic physics,atomic properties,Atomic Spectroscopy,atomic energy levels,atomic spectra,atomic spectral lines,barium,berkelium,beryllium,Bibliographic database,Bibliography,bismuth,bohrium,boron,bromine,cadmium,calcium,californium,carbon,cerium,cesium,chlorine,chromium,cobalt,columbium,copernicium,copper,curium,darmstadtium,deuterium,Doubly Charged,Doubly Ionized,dubnium,dysprosium,einsteinium,element,erbium,europium,fermium,flerovium,fluorine,francium,gadolinium,gallium,germanium,gold,hafnium,hassium,helium,holmium,hydrogen,hyperfine structure,indium,iodine,ionization energy,ionization potential,Ionized Atoms,iridium,iron,Isotope shifts,krypton,kurchatovium,lanthanum,lawrencium,lead,Literature,lithium,livermorium,lutetium,magnesium,manganese,meitnerium,mendelevium,mercury,molybdenum,Multiply Charged,Negative Ions,neodymium,neon,neptunium,Neutral Atoms,nickel,niobium,nitrogen,nobelium,osmium,oxygen,palladium,phosphorus,platinum,plutonium,polonium,potassium,praseodymium,promethium,protactinium,Quadruply Charged,Quadruply Ionized,radium,Radon,rhenium,rhodium,roentgenium,rubidium,ruthenium,rutherfordium,samarium,scandium,seaborgium,Searchable,selenium,silicium,silicon,silver,Singly Charged,Singly Ionized,sodium,spectrum,Stark effect,strontium,sulfur,sulphur,tantalum,technetium,tellurium,terbium,thallium,thorium,thulium,tin,titanium,Triply Charged,Triply Ionized,tritium,tungsten,ununbium,ununhexium,ununoctium,ununpentium,ununquadium,ununseptium,ununtrium,unununium,uranium,vanadium,xenon,ytterbium,yttrium,Zeeman effect,zinc,zirconium,wWavelengths,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST Database of Cross Sections for Inner-Shell Ionization by Electron or Positron Impact - SRD 164

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

The NIST Database of Cross Sections for Inner-Shell Ionization by Electron or Positron Impact provides cross sections for ionization of the K shell and of the L and M subshells of neutral atoms of the elements, from hydrogen to einsteinium, by electrons or positrons, for projectile energies from the ionization threshold to 1 GeV. These cross sections were calculated from a combination of the relativistic distorted-wave and the plane-wave Born approximations.

Tags: Auger-electron spectroscopy,atomic physics,electron energy-loss spectroscopy,electron-probe microanalysis,inner-shell ionization cross sections,plasma physics,radiation physics,surface analysis,thin-film analysis,vacancy-production cross sections,x-ray emission cross sections,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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SRM 131h Refined Cast Iron

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

Standard Reference Material 131h Refined Cast Iron - This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended primarily for use in validation of chemical and instrumental methods of analysis. It can be used to validate value assignment of in-house reference materials and, if necessary, to calibrate carbon/sulfur analyzers. A unit of SRM 131h consists of a bottle containing 100 g of chips. This data is public in the Certificate of Analysis for this material.

Tags: low alloy steel,cast iron,carbon,sulfur,Standard Reference Material,SRM,SRM 131h,combustion,infrared detection,manufacturing specification,manufacturing,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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