cop98#7_ic#n3.dat

Resolved Specific Ion Data Collections

Ion
N3+
Temperature Range
1.379 eV → 276 eV

ADF04

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  • Spontaneous Emission: N+3(i) → N+3(j) + hv
  • Electron Impact Excitation: N+3(i) + e → N+3(j) + e
1s2 2s2 1S0.0 0.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 2p1 3P0.0 67209.2 cm-1
1s2 2s1 2p1 3P1.0 67272.3 cm-1
1s2 2s1 2p1 3P2.0 67416.3 cm-1
1s2 2s1 2p1 1P1.0 130694.0 cm-1
1s2 2p2 3P0.0 175535.0 cm-1
1s2 2p2 3P1.0 175608.0 cm-1
1s2 2p2 3P2.0 175733.0 cm-1
1s2 2p2 1D2.0 188882.0 cm-1
1s2 2p2 1S0.0 235369.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 3s1 3S1.0 377285.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 3s1 1S0.0 388855.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 3p1 3P0.0 405972.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 3p1 3P1.0 405988.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 3p1 3P2.0 406023.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 3p1 1P1.0 404522.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 3d1 3D1.0 420046.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 3d1 3D2.0 420050.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 3d1 3D3.0 420058.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 3d1 1D2.0 429160.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3s1 3P0.0 465292.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3s1 3P1.0 465371.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3s1 3P2.0 465537.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3s1 1P1.0 473029.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3p1 1P1.0 480884.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3p1 3D1.0 484498.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3p1 3D2.0 484595.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3p1 3D3.0 484746.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3p1 3S1.0 487607.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3p1 3P0.0 494253.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3p1 3P1.0 494309.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3p1 3P2.0 494402.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 4s1 1S0.0 495058.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3d1 3F2.0 495406.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3d1 3F3.0 495483.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3d1 3F4.0 495586.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 4s1 3S1.0 498046.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3d1 1D2.0 498310.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3p1 1D2.0 499706.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3d1 3D1.0 505554.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3d1 3D2.0 505588.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3d1 3D3.0 505631.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3d1 3P2.0 511509.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3d1 3P1.0 511560.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3d1 3P0.0 511591.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3d1 1F3.0 506285.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 4p1 1P1.0 507028.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 4p1 3P2.0 503680.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 4p1 3P1.0 503692.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 4p1 3P0.0 503700.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 4d1 3D1.0 511440.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 4d1 3D2.0 511446.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 4d1 3D3.0 511448.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 4d1 1D2.0 514648.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3p1 1S0.0 515570.0 cm-1
1s2 2p1 3d1 1P1.0 518610.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 4f1 3F2.0 516553.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 4f1 3F3.0 516561.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 4f1 3F4.0 516572.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 4f1 1F3.0 521863.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5s1 3S1.0 544813.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5s1 1S0.0 546731.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5p1 3P0.0 548871.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5p1 3P1.0 548867.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5p1 3P2.0 548862.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5p1 1P1.0 550233.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5d1 3D1.0 552790.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5d1 3D2.0 552790.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5d1 3D3.0 552791.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5f1 3F2.0 554572.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5f1 3F3.0 554572.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5f1 3F4.0 554572.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5d1 1D2.0 554301.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5g1 3G3.0 554340.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5g1 3G4.0 554340.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5g1 3G5.0 554340.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5g1 1G4.0 554339.0 cm-1
1s2 2s1 5f1 1F3.0 554996.0 cm-1
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 Combined two specific ion files
 
 Target         : /u/hps/adas/adf04/cop98#7/copmm#7_ic#n3.dat                                     
 Supplementary  : /u/hps/adas/adf04/cop98#7/copjl#be_ic#n3.dat                                    
 
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 Code : /u/hps/merge_adf04/merge_adf04 

                         

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   A value differences were detected for the following transitions
       Tran.      Target        Supp

      6   1     0.00D+00     1.00D-30 
     10   1     0.00D+00     1.00D-30 
     12   1     0.00D+00     1.00D-30 
     18   1     5.47D-01     1.00D-30 
     20   1     1.73D+06     1.00D-30 
      8   6     6.28D-12     4.69D-12 
      9   6     1.81D-08     4.00D-08 
     10   6     0.00D+00     1.00D-30 
     12   6     0.00D+00     1.00D-30 
     18   6     1.52D+02     1.00D-30 
     20   6     2.22D-01     1.00D-30 
     11   7     1.24D-05     1.00D-30 
     17   7     3.43D+02     1.00D-30 
     18   7     3.81D+01     1.00D-30 
     19   7     1.51D+02     1.00D-30 
     20   7     7.17D-04     1.00D-30 
     12   8     4.80D-01     1.00D-30 
     17   8     1.14D+02     1.00D-30 
     18   8     2.65D+02     1.00D-30 
     19   8     3.01D+02     1.00D-30 
     20   8     6.04D-02     1.00D-30 
     11   9     1.48D-04     1.00D-30 
     12   9     9.61D+03     1.00D-30 
     17   9     2.78D-04     1.00D-30 
     18   9     7.10D-03     1.00D-30 
     19   9     7.33D-03     1.00D-30 
     20   9     1.32D+03     1.00D-30 
     12  10     0.00D+00     1.00D-30 
     18  10     6.21D-04     1.00D-30 
     20  10     5.16D+03     1.00D-30 
      4   2     4.63D-01     6.53D-12 
     13   2     0.00D+00     1.00D-30 
     15   2     1.66D-05     1.00D-30 
     14   3     6.94D+04     1.00D-30 
     15   3     1.25D+05     1.00D-30 
     16   3     3.92D+01     1.00D-30 
     13   4     2.77D+05     1.00D-30 
     14   4     2.08D+05     1.00D-30 
     15   4     9.70D+04     1.00D-30 
     16   4     8.74D+01     1.00D-30 
     14   5     4.83D+01     1.00D-30 
     15   5     1.17D-01     1.00D-30 
     16   5     1.11D+05     1.00D-30 
     16   6     3.18D+03     1.00D-30 
     16   7     1.22D+03     1.00D-30 
     16   8     2.45D+04     1.00D-30 
     14   9     3.62D+05     1.00D-30 
     15   9     2.49D+02     1.00D-30 
     14  10     1.02D+04     1.00D-30 
     11   5     3.95D+03     1.00D-30 
     12   3     1.89D+04     1.00D-30 
     17   5     1.84D+04     1.00D-30 
     18   5     1.08D+04     1.00D-30 
     20   3     5.15D+04     1.00D-30 
     20   4     2.19D+03     1.00D-30 

   Choice of A values for the following transitions has been made

      6   1,  10   1,  12   1,  18   1,  20   1,   8   6,   9   6,  10   6
     12   6,  18   6,  20   6,  11   7,  17   7,  18   7,  19   7,  20   7
     12   8,  17   8,  18   8,  19   8,  20   8,  11   9,  12   9,  17   9
     18   9,  19   9,  20   9,  12  10,  18  10,  20  10,   4   2,  13   2
     15   2,  14   3,  15   3,  16   3,  13   4,  14   4,  15   4,  16   4
     14   5,  15   5,  16   5,  16   6,  16   7,  16   8,  14   9,  15   9
     14  10,  11   5,  12   3,  17   5,  18   5,  20   3,  20   4

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   For the following transitions target A values have been preferred
      Tran.      Target       Supp

     18   1     5.47D-01     1.00D-30 
     20   1     1.73D+06     1.00D-30 
     18   6     1.52D+02     1.00D-30 
     20   6     2.22D-01     1.00D-30 
     11   7     1.24D-05     1.00D-30 
     17   7     3.43D+02     1.00D-30 
     18   7     3.81D+01     1.00D-30 
     19   7     1.51D+02     1.00D-30 
     20   7     7.17D-04     1.00D-30 
     11   8     3.84D-05     1.00D-03 
     12   8     4.80D-01     1.00D-30 
     17   8     1.14D+02     1.00D-30 
     18   8     2.65D+02     1.00D-30 
     19   8     3.01D+02     1.00D-30 
     20   8     6.04D-02     1.00D-30 
     11   9     1.48D-04     1.00D-30 
     12   9     9.61D+03     1.00D-30 
     17   9     2.78D-04     1.00D-30 
     18   9     7.10D-03     1.00D-30 
     19   9     7.33D-03     1.00D-30 
     20   9     1.32D+03     1.00D-30 
     18  10     6.21D-04     1.00D-30 
     20  10     5.16D+03     1.00D-30 
      4   2     4.63D-01     6.53D-12 
     15   2     1.66D-05     1.00D-30 
     14   3     6.94D+04     1.00D-30 
     15   3     1.25D+05     1.00D-30 
     16   3     3.92D+01     1.00D-30 
     13   4     2.77D+05     1.00D-30 
     14   4     2.08D+05     1.00D-30 
     15   4     9.70D+04     1.00D-30 
     16   4     8.74D+01     1.00D-30 
     14   5     4.83D+01     1.00D-30 
     15   5     1.17D-01     1.00D-30 
     16   5     1.11D+05     1.00D-30 
     16   6     3.18D+03     1.00D-30 
     16   7     1.22D+03     1.00D-30 
     16   8     2.45D+04     1.00D-30 
     14   9     3.62D+05     1.00D-30 
     15   9     2.49D+02     1.00D-30 
     14  10     1.02D+04     1.00D-30 
     11   5     3.95D+03     1.00D-30 
     12   3     1.89D+04     1.00D-30 
     17   5     1.84D+04     1.00D-30 
     18   5     1.08D+04     1.00D-30 
     20   3     5.15D+04     1.00D-30 
     20   4     2.19D+03     1.00D-30 
     20   5     2.21D+10     1.85D+09 

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 Comments from target file
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     Generated from Cowan Atomic Structure Program                                                                               
                                                                                                                                 
     From IFG file : JETXPQ.IFG#BE.ARCHIVE(N3#A)                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                 
     M O'Mullane        15:32   6/10/1998                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                 
     SCF method used                      : HR                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                 
     Scale factors for Slater Parameters  : 85 99 75 80 65                                                                       
                                                                                                                                 
     Optically allowed transitions        : yes                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                 
     Optically forbidden transitions M1   : both                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                 
     Optically forbidden transitions E2   : both                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                 
     Born Collision-Strength  - print     :  9                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                 
                              - forbidden :  0 -> 2                                                                              
                                                                                                                                 
                              - allowed   :  1 -> 1                                                                              
                                                                                                                                 
                              - included  : 10,all                                                                               
                                                                                                                                 
     Parity 1    Parity 2    Allowed                                                                                             
          492         589        903     initially                                                                               
          492         589        903     reduced                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                 
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  Update:  02/10/98  HP Summers   Adjusted energy levels from NIST (DAS) data                                                    
                                  2s5p (3P) missing from NIST - estimate from qd.                                                
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 Comments from supplementary file
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   Energy Levels                                                                                                                 
   The results from NSRDS NBS3 SECT 4 were used. These were within 2                                                             
   wavenumbers of the results of Edlen (Phys. Scr 32, 86, 1985 and                                                               
   28, 51, 1983) who only considered n=2 levels. The NSRDS values are                                                            
   also those of Moore and Gallacher "Tables of Spectra of hydrogen,                                                             
   carbon, nitrogen and oxygen atoms and ions" CRC press 1993.                                                                   
                                                                                                                                 
   Ionisation Potential                                                                                                          
   As energy levels.                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                 
   A Values                                                                                                                      
   For transitions between n = 2 levels the results of the compilation                                                           
   by Allard et al (Astron Astrophys Suppl Ser 84, 563, 1990) were used                                                          
   and for values not given by them the results of Nussbaumer and Storey                                                         
   (Astron Astrophys 74, 244, 1979) were used. The Nusssbaumer and Storey                                                        
   results were adopted for forbidden transitions by Allard et al.                                                               
   For the 2-3 and 3-4 transitions the results of Idrees and Das (J Phys B                                                       
   22, 3609, 1989 were used.                                                                                                     
   For transitions involving n = 3 levels again the results of Allard et al                                                      
   were adopted.                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                 
   Collision Data                                                                                                                
   The results of Ramsbottom et al (Phys Scr 50, 246-253 1994) were adopted.                                                     
   These results were obtained from a 12 eigenstate R-matrix calculation. The                                                    
   12 states correpond to the 20 lowest finestructure levels. The partial wave                                                   
   expansion was for total angular momentum l <= 12 for both odd and even                                                        
   parities and doublet and quartet spin states. For allowed transitions                                                         
   the partial wave analysis was extended beyond 12.  The transformation                                                         
   from LS to JJ coupling was by a program from Saraph (Comp Phys Comm                                                           
   15, 247, 1978) which ignores term coupling and included the higher partial                                                    
   waves.                                                                                                                        
   In processing these data through ADAS 102 some obvious misprints in the                                                       
   paper were found. In Table VI transition 65 should have upper level 2s3p                                                      
   1P not 2P. In Table VII transition 8 the second last temperature value                                                        
   should be to power -1 and transition 50 the last 3 temperature values                                                         
   should be to power +1 not -1. For the allowed transition 27, the effective                                                    
   collision strength falls with temperature although others rise.                                                               
   Similarly with transition 53. The allowed behaviour was forced by ADAS 101.                                                   
   The allowed members of the 2p2 3P - 2s3p 3P transition all have effective                                                     
   collision strengths which fall with increasing temperature. The allowed                                                       
   behaviour was forced by ADAS 101, making a difference of eg 6.36 10-3 to                                                      
   6.67 10-3 at the highest temperature in this file for the  0-1 transition.                                                    
   Note that Ramsbottom et al did not give A values for this transition.                                                         
   In CIII and O V in similar calculations this double electron jump                                                             
   transition was presented in the same way.  Also the type 1 behaviour was                                                      
   forced for transition 94.                                                                                                     
   For allowed transitions between n=3 levels IPProg was used to generate                                                        
   the collision strengths using the enery levels and A values adopted here.                                                     
                                                                                                                                 
   J LANG    May 1995.                                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                 
   The energy levels adopted are also those given in the NIST Standard Ref                                                       
   Database 61, NIST Database for Atomic Spectrocopy Version 1.0                                                                 
                                                                                                                                 
   The A values have also been updated. Since the file was created, the                                                          
   assessed data from Wiese, Fuhr and Deters 'Atomic Transition                                                                  
   Probabilities of Carbon, Nitrogen and Oxygen, A Critical Data Compilation'                                                    
   J Phys Chem Ref Data Mono 7, 1996 have been published. This is used for                                                       
   all A values except as given below. They use unpublished data of Weiss and                                                    
   results from the Opcity Project (for Be sequence Tully, Seaton and Berrington                                                 
   J Phys B 23, 381 1991). The Opacity Project wrok was in LS coupling and they                                                  
   justify spliitng the data by LS rules by comparison with published work. They                                                 
   say that the earlier review by Allard et al (see above) also used Opacity                                                     
   Project data as well as earlier work. The 1996 compilation gives a zero weight                                                
   to the earlier work while Allard et al gave it a weight of 1 and Opacity                                                      
   results a weight of 5. There is only a slight difference from the 1996 work                                                   
   and Allard et al. Since the critical compilation was done there                                                               
   have been some further results published. Fleming et al Ap J 455,758, 1995                                                    
   have published results from CIV3 and MCHF calculations. They agree closely with the                                           
   compilation apart from 2 cases, the 2s2p 3P1 2p2 1S rate is 9.20+3 s-1 (CIV3)                                                 
   and 9.03+3 s-1 (MCHF) while the compilation gives 5.81+2 s-1 (from unpublished Wiess                                          
   other case where there is a difference is in the 2s2 1S - 2s2p 3P1 intercombination                                           
   rate. Fleming et al give 580 s-1 while the compilation gives 595 s-1. There are other                                         
   recent calculations of this rate: Ralchenko and Vainstein (RV)(Phys Rev A 52, 2449,                                           
   1995) get 653 s-1 which is thought to be high (1/z expansion), Ynnerman and Froese                                            
   Fischer (Phys Rev A 51 2020, 1995) give 564 s-1 and Jonsson, Froese Fischer and                                               
   Trabert (J Phys B 31, 3497, 1998) give 559 and 562 s-1 in a MCDF calculation                                                  
    which they say gives a lower bound. We adopt the Fleming value. The latter authors                                           
   other values agree with the compilation.                                                                                      
   Zhu and Chung (Phys Scr 52, 564, 1995) have published results for transitions                                                 
   involving  2s2p and 2s3p terms and 2p2 terms. Their results are close to                                                      
   the critical compilation apart from 2p2 1D -2s3p1P and 2p2 3P - 2s3p 3P                                                       
   (~6% different) and 2p2 1S to 2s3p 1P where they get 4.86 s-1 cf 6.67 +7 s-1.                                                 
   We adopt the compilation value.                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                 
   The 2s2 1S -2s3p 1P and 3P1 transitions also have been studied post compilation.                                              
   For the allowed transition the compilation value of 1.19+10 s-1 should be compared                                            
   to those of Fritsche and Grant (FG) (Phys Scr 50, 473, 1994) MCDF values of 1.12 +10                                          
   and 1.13+10 s-1 and the Frose Fischer, Godefeid and Olsen (J Phy B 30, 1163, 1997)                                            
   value of 1.21+10 s-1. The compilation value is adopted.  For the 2s2 1S - 2s3p3P1                                             
   rate FG get 1.33+6 and 1.40+6 s-1, RV get 4.96+6, and Froese Fischer, Gaigalas                                                
   and Godefried (J Phys B 30, 3333, 1997) get 3.21+6 s-1 cf compilation value of                                                
   3.08+6 s-1. The compilation value appears a good compromise.                                                                  
                                                                                                                                 
   The 3-3 effective collison strengths were estimated using the adopted energies and                                            
   the A values of copjl#be_jl#n3j.dat. However, the energies remain the same and the                                            
   A values change at most 3% so any difference in rates using new A values is very small.                                       
                                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                 
   J Lang Sept 98                                                                                                                
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