cop98#10_ic#ne5.dat

Resolved Specific Ion Data Collections

Ion
Ne5+
Temperature Range
1.551 eV → 3102 eV

ADF04

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cop98#10_ic#ne5.dat
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  • Spontaneous Emission: Ne+5(i) → Ne+5(j) + hv
  • Electron Impact Excitation: Ne+5(i) + e → Ne+5(j) + e
2s2 2p1 2P0.5 0.0 cm-1
2s2 2p1 2P1.5 1308.0 cm-1
2s1 2p2 4P0.5 100298.0 cm-1
2s1 2p2 4P1.5 100742.0 cm-1
2s1 2p2 4P2.5 101390.0 cm-1
2s1 2p2 2D2.5 178992.0 cm-1
2s1 2p2 2D1.5 179022.0 cm-1
2s1 2p2 2S0.5 230855.0 cm-1
2s1 2p2 2P0.5 249281.0 cm-1
2s1 2p2 2P1.5 250109.0 cm-1
2p3 4S1.5 321617.0 cm-1
2p3 2D2.5 359543.0 cm-1
2p3 2D1.5 359612.0 cm-1
2p3 2P0.5 406008.0 cm-1
2p3 2P1.5 406053.0 cm-1
2s2 3s1 2S0.5 722610.0 cm-1
2s2 3p1 2P0.5 771234.0 cm-1
2s2 3p1 2P1.5 771557.0 cm-1
2s2 3d1 2D1.5 816405.0 cm-1
2s2 3d1 2D2.5 816405.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3s1 4P0.5 833570.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3s1 4P1.5 834050.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3s1 4P2.5 834810.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3s1 2P0.5 855740.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3s1 2P1.5 856560.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 4D0.5 866118.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 4D1.5 867901.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 2P0.5 876190.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 4S1.5 876653.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 2P1.5 876660.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 4D2.5 878525.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 4D3.5 879177.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 4P0.5 882054.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 4P1.5 882372.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 4P2.5 882779.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 2D1.5 900100.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 2D2.5 900900.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 4F1.5 907805.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 4F2.5 908122.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 4F3.5 908583.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 4F4.5 909208.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 2S0.5 914860.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 4D0.5 926270.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 4D1.5 926370.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 4D2.5 926470.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 4D3.5 926770.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 2D1.5 928020.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 2D2.5 928220.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 4P2.5 931600.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 4P1.5 931900.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 4P0.5 932150.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3s1 2P1.5 940260.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3s1 2P0.5 940260.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 2F2.5 945900.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 2F3.5 946700.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 2P1.5 952200.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 2P0.5 952610.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 2D1.5 986000.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 2D2.5 986140.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 2P0.5 987650.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 2P1.5 987950.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3p1 2S0.5 994000.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 2F3.5 1022000.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 2F2.5 1022000.0 cm-1
2p2 3s1 4P2.5 1023230.0 cm-1
2p2 3s1 4P0.5 1023230.0 cm-1
2p2 3s1 4P1.5 1023230.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 2D1.5 1030110.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 2D2.5 1030230.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 2P0.5 1032330.0 cm-1
2s1 2p1 3d1 2P1.5 1032330.0 cm-1
2p2 3s1 2P0.5 1037480.0 cm-1
2p2 3s1 2P1.5 1038290.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 2S0.5 1043990.0 cm-1
2p2 3s1 2D1.5 1056230.0 cm-1
2p2 3s1 2D2.5 1056230.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 4D0.5 1062050.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 4D3.5 1062050.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 4D1.5 1062050.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 4D2.5 1062050.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 4P0.5 1065200.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 2D1.5 1065270.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 4P1.5 1065570.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 4P2.5 1066140.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 2D2.5 1066180.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 2P1.5 1072520.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 2P0.5 1076540.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 4S1.5 1083040.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 4F1.5 1088650.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 4F2.5 1088950.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 4F3.5 1089370.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 4F4.5 1089900.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 2F2.5 1095830.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 2F3.5 1096170.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 4D1.5 1096210.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 4D0.5 1096740.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2P1.5 1097470.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 4D2.5 1097530.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2P0.5 1097600.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 4D3.5 1097790.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2F2.5 1103380.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2F3.5 1104430.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 4P2.5 1105020.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 4P1.5 1105410.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 4P0.5 1105620.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 2D2.5 1108360.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 2D1.5 1108360.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 2P0.5 1119360.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 2P1.5 1119900.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2D1.5 1126010.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2D2.5 1126250.0 cm-1
2p2 3s1 2S0.5 1129610.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2G3.5 1133260.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2G4.5 1133370.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2F2.5 1139610.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2F3.5 1139610.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2D1.5 1141450.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2D2.5 1141640.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2P0.5 1142200.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2P1.5 1142500.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2S0.5 1163630.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 2P0.5 1180310.0 cm-1
2p2 3p1 2P1.5 1180420.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2D2.5 1218290.0 cm-1
2p2 3d1 2D1.5 1218430.0 cm-1
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 Combined two specific ion files

 Target         : /disk3/summers/adas/adf04/cop98#10/copsm#b_sm#ne5j.dat
 Supplementary  : /home/omullane/adas/adf04/blike/blike_jl96#ne5j.dat

 Replace SUPPLEMENTARY level into TARGET level

                     1                 1
                     2                 2
                     3                 3
                     4                 4
                     5                 5
                     6                 6
                     7                 7
                     8                 8
                     9                 9
                    10                10
                    11                11
                    12                12
                    13                13
                    14                14
                    15                15


 Code : /home/omullane/merge_adf04/merge_adf04

 Date     :  21-Nov-98
 Producer :  Martin O'Mullane

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   For the following transitions supplement A values have been used,
   Check supplement values!

      Tran.      Target       Supp

      2   1     0.00D+00     1.95D-02
     11   7     1.38D+02     2.61D+03
     11   8     8.97D+00     3.42D+02

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 Comments from target file
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  Description of the Sampson source data set:-


  This data set gives relativistic distorted wave collision strengths
  and oscillator strengths for the 22   B-like ions with  6 <= Z <= 27
  obtained by Zhang and Sampson (to appearin Vol. ?? of Atomic
  Data Nuclear Data Tables,             )

  Source file :- /JETSHP.RBDATA.TEXT
  The values of the ionization potential were taken from:
  Boron-like ionisation  potential from Kelly

  Program :- JETSHP.STRIPSAM.FORT(STRIPSAM)
  Author :- R.W.P.McWhirter
  Data set produced :- 23/04/96
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  The Sampson source data has been extended with impact parameter data
  for transitions between higher levels.

  Source data set :- /JETSHP.COPSS#B.DATA(SS#NE5J)
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  Update:  17/11/98  HP Summers   Adjusted energy levels from NIST (DAS) data
                                  Adjustment was not possible for the following:
                                  26, 29, 32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 39, 40, 41, 72,
                                  73, 74, 84-87, 89-92, 95-125 (excl. 106, 107,
                                  117-120).
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 Comments from supplementary file
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 ENERGY LEVELS AND IONISATION POTENTIAL
 The ionisation potential is from Kelly (J Phys Chem Ref Data 16,
 Suppl 1, 1987). The energies are from Edlen (Phys Scripta 28, 483,
 1983). The ordering of the levels is as given in the work used for
 the effective collision strengths. There are differences in energy
 of up to 152 cm-1 with the data from the NIST discs.

 TRANSITION PROBABILITIES
 For the transition between the 1/2 and 3/2 levels of the ground term
 the multiconfiguration Hartree-Fock Breit-Pauli result of C Froese
 Fischer (J Phys B 16, 157 1983) is used (1.95-02 s-1). The
 multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock calculations of Cheng, Kim and
 Desclaux (ADNDT 24, 111, 1979) yielded 2.83-02 s-1.

 The results of Dankwort and Trefftz (Astron Astrophys 65, 93, 1978)
 have been adopted for the majority of transitions. Their calculation
 used the multiconfiguration Hartree-Fock ansatz with Breit-Pauli
 corrections. For transitions 3-12, 3-14, 3-15, 4-12, 4-13, 4-14,
 4-15, 5-12, 5-13, 5-15, 6-11, 7-11, 8-11, 8-12, 9-11 and 10-11
 Dankwort and Trefftz did not give results. Accordingly the results
 of Merkelis, Vilkas, Gaigalas and Kisielius were used (Phys Scripta
 51, 233, 1995). Their calculation employed the stationary
 second order many-body perturbation theory, the relativistic
 corrections being included using the Breit-Pauli approximation.

 EFFECTIVE COLLISION STRENGTHS
 In their assessment of effective collision strengths for the B-like
 sequence Sampson, Zhang and Fontes (ADNDT 57, 98, 1994) review the
 available results. The results of Hayes (J Phys b25, 2649, 1992 were
 recommended. These were close coupling calculations by the R-matrix
 method for transitions between the 2s2 2p 2P and 2s 2p2 4P energy
 terms and from them to the energy terms of the 2s 2p2, 2p3, 2s2 3s,
 2s2 3p and 2s2p3s configurations. Sampson et al anticipated the
 R-matrix close coupling calculations of Zhang, Graziana and Pradhan
 (Astron Astrophys 283, 319,1994) for the 105 fine structure transitions
 among the 15 levels of the 2s2 2p, 2s 2p2 and 2p3 configurations.
 These results are adopted here. The data were obtained electronically
 and processed into ADF04 format.

 J Lang
 A Lanzafame         May 1996


 Update:  03/08/97 Ralph Dux - Corrected error in indexing in Upsilon rows.
                               Swapped indices 6 and 7

 Update:  21/11/98 Martin O'Mullane  - Corrected problem with 12 and 13.

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 Filtered adf04 file to 
  - sort energy levels 
  - remove non physical A values from
    energy level reversals
  - remove energies above ionisation potential
  - remove duplicate transitions

 Code : /home/omullane/adf04_utils/filter_adf04.x


 Level list :

      1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9  10
     11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20
     21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30
     31  32  33  34  35  36  37  38  39  40
     41  42  43  44  45  46  47  48  49  50
     51  52  53  54  55  56  57  58  59  60
     61  62  63  64  65  66  67  68  69  70
     71  72  73  74  75  76  77  78  79  80
     81  82  83  84  85  86  87  88  89  90
     91  92  93  94  95  96  97  98  99 100
    101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110
    111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120
    121 122 123 124 125

 Original level order :

      1   2   3   4   5   7   6   8   9  10
     11  13  12  14  15  16  17  18  19  20
     21  22  23  24  25  26  29  28  32  27
     30  31  33  34  35  36  37  38  39  40
     41  42  43  44  45  46  47  48  49  50
     51  52  53  54  55  56  57  59  60  58
     61  62  66  67  65  63  64  68  69  70
     71  73  74  72  79  80  75  78  76  77
     81  84  82  83  85  86  87  88  89  90
     91  92  93  94  96  95  99  97 100  98
    101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 111
    112 110 113 114 118 117 115 116 119 120
    121 122 123 124 125

  Unphysical A values. Set A=1.0E-30 for following transitions :

     65    63    A =   2.01D+01
     67    64    A =   3.88D+00
     65    64    A =   1.64D+00
     74    72    A =   2.10D-02
     74    73    A =   3.65D+02
     77    75    A =   5.14D+00
     79    75    A =   1.12D+00
     79    76    A =   2.27D+00
     80    76    A =   3.07D-01


 Date     :  08/03/00
 Producer :  Martin O'Mullane

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 A values of Galavis et al (Astron. & Astrop. Supp. Series, 131, p499 (1998))
 This is Iron Project work with superstructure. Authors quote 'complete
 radiative data set. Comparisons with other calculations and experiments...
 allow us to conclude that the present work is statistically the most reliable
 to date'.
 
 For trnsitions between the 0.5-1.5 levels of the ground term the new value is
 2.012E-02 close to the previous adopted value of 1.95E-02. For spin allowed
 E1 transitions accuracy is given as 10% in good agreement with 
 Dankwort and Trefftz. For spin forbidded E1 accuracy is 20% apart from 
 2p3 4S(1.5) - 2s2p2 2L(J) which has unassigned accurracy. 

 Date     :  28/09/2000
 Producer :  Jim Lang/Martin O'Mullane

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  • Martin O'Mullane
  • Douglas Sampson
  • Hong Zhang
  • Peter McWhirter
  • Jim Lang
  • Alessandro Lanzafame
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