chv6_ic#si12.dat

Resolved Specific Ion Data Collections

Ion
Si12+
Temperature Range
7.281 eV → 7281 eV

ADF04

Filename
chv6_ic#si12.dat
Full Path
adf04/copch#14/chv6_ic#si12.dat
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  • Spontaneous Emission: Si+12(i) → Si+12(j) + hv
  • Electron Impact Excitation: Si+12(i) + e → Si+12(j) + e
1s2 1s0 1S0.0 0.0 cm-1
1s.2s 3s1 3S1.0 14828000.0 cm-1
1s.2p 3p0 3P0.0 14944100.0 cm-1
1s.2p 3p1 3P1.0 14948400.0 cm-1
1s.2p 3p2 3P2.0 14957000.0 cm-1
1s.2s 1s0 1S0.0 14961300.0 cm-1
1s.2p 1p1 1P1.0 15058100.0 cm-1
1s.3s 3s1 3S1.0 17535900.0 cm-1
1s.3p 3p0 3P0.0 17568200.0 cm-1
1s.3p 3p1 3P1.0 17570300.0 cm-1
1s.3s 1s0 1S0.0 17572500.0 cm-1
1s.3p 3p2 3P2.0 17572500.0 cm-1
1s.3d 3d1 3D1.0 17591800.0 cm-1
1s.3d 3d3 3D3.0 17594000.0 cm-1
1s.3d 3d2 3D2.0 17594000.0 cm-1
1s.3d 1d2 1D2.0 17596100.0 cm-1
1s.3p 1p1 1P1.0 17600400.0 cm-1
1s.4s 3s1 3S1.0 18467200.0 cm-1
1s.4p 3p0 3P0.0 18480100.0 cm-1
1s.4p 3p1 3P1.0 18480100.0 cm-1
1s.4s 1s0 1S0.0 18482300.0 cm-1
1s.4p 3p2 3P2.0 18482300.0 cm-1
1s.4f 3f3 3F3.0 18490900.0 cm-1
1s.4d 3d1 3D1.0 18490900.0 cm-1
1s.4d 3d2 3D2.0 18490900.0 cm-1
1s.4d 3d3 3D3.0 18490900.0 cm-1
1s.4d 1d2 1D2.0 18490900.0 cm-1
1s.4f 3f2 3F2.0 18490900.0 cm-1
1s.4f 3f4 3F4.0 18490900.0 cm-1
1s.4f 1f3 1F3.0 18490900.0 cm-1
1s.4p 1p1 1P1.0 18493000.0 cm-1
1s.5s 3s1 3S1.0 18893100.0 cm-1
1s.5s 1s0 1S0.0 18901700.0 cm-1
1s.5p 3p0 3P0.0 18901700.0 cm-1
1s.5p 3p1 3P1.0 18901700.0 cm-1
1s.5p 3p2 3P2.0 18901700.0 cm-1
1s.5g 1g4 1G4.0 18906000.0 cm-1
1s.5d 3d1 3D1.0 18906000.0 cm-1
1s.5d 3d2 3D2.0 18906000.0 cm-1
1s.5d 3d3 3D3.0 18906000.0 cm-1
1s.5d 1d2 1D2.0 18906000.0 cm-1
1s.5f 3f2 3F2.0 18906000.0 cm-1
1s.5f 3f3 3F3.0 18906000.0 cm-1
1s.5f 3f4 3F4.0 18906000.0 cm-1
1s.5f 1f3 1F3.0 18906000.0 cm-1
1s.5g 3g3 3G3.0 18906000.0 cm-1
1s.5g 3g4 3G4.0 18906000.0 cm-1
1s.5g 3g5 3G5.0 18906000.0 cm-1
1s.5p 1p1 1P1.0 18908100.0 cm-1
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  Data generated from CHIANTI version 6.0

       http://www.chianti.rl.ac.uk/

  CHIANTI references
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  Energy levels :
   %observed energy levels: Martin,W.C., Sugar,J., Musgrove,A., Dalton,G.R., 1995,
        NIST Database for Atomic Spectroscopy, Version 1.0, NIST Standard Reference Database 61
   %observed energy levels (2s2p 3P): Chen, M.H., Cheng, K.T., Johnson, W.R., 1993, Ph.Rev.A, 47, 3692
   %theoretical energy levels: Sampson, D.H., Goett, S.J., Clark, R.E.H., 1983, ADNDT, 29, 467
   %produced as part of the Arcetri/Cambridge/NRL 'CHIANTI' atomic data base collaboration
   %
   % K.P.Dere and E.Landi 2000

  A-values levels :
   %filename: si_13.wgfa
   %observed energy levels: Martin,W.C., Sugar,J., Musgrove,A., Dalton,G.R., 1995,
      NIST Database for Atomic Spectroscopy, Version 1.0, NIST Standard Reference Database 61.
   %observed energy levels (2s2p 3P): Chen, M.H., Cheng, K.T., Johnson, W.R., 1993, Ph.Rev.A, 47, 3692
   %theoretical energy levels: Sampson, D.H., Goett, S.J., Clark, R.E.H., 1983, ADNDT, 29, 467
   %A values (1-3, 2-phot): Drake, G.W.F., 1986, Phys Rev A, 34, 2871
   %A values (1-2,6): Lin, C.D., Johnson, W.R., Dalgarno, A., 1977, Phys Rev A, 15, 154
   %A values (1-5): Armour, I.A., Bashkin, S., Jelley, N.A., et al., 1979, J.Phys.Colloq.France, 40, C1-211
   %A values (n=2,n=3): Porquet, D. & Dubau, J. 2000, A&AS, 143, 495
   %oscillator strengths for transitions involving lower levels 1,2,3 not in Porquet & Dubau: Sampson, D.H., Goett, S.J.,
      Clark, R.E.H., 1983, ADNDT, 29, 467,  Hydrogenic values
   %oscillator strengths: Wiese, W.L., Smith, M.W., Glennon, B.M., 1966, Atomic Transition Probabilities, NSRDS-NBS-4
   %comment: Wiese's oscillator strengths are hydrogenic
   %produced as part of the Arcetri/Cambridge/NRL 'CHIANTI' atomic data base collaboration
   %
   % K.P.Dere and E.Landi - Aug 2006

  Collision strengths :

   %filename: si_13.splups
   %oscillator strengths for transitions involving lower levels 1,2,3: Sampson, D.H., Goett, S.J.,
      Clark, R.E.H., 1983, ADNDT, 29, 467,  Hydrogenic values
   %oscillator strengths: Wiese, W.L., Smith, M.W., Glennon, B.M., 1966, Atomic Transition Probabilities,
      NSRDS-NBS-4 (hydrogenic)
   %effective collision strengths (n=2 levels): Zhang, H., Sampson, D.H., 1987, ApJSS, 63, 487
   %collison strengths: Sampson, D.H., Goett, S.J., Clark, R.E.H. 1983, ADNDT, 29, 467,  Hydrogenic values
   %comment: effective collision strengths are provided in the temperature range 6.05 < Log T < 7.45
   %produced as part of the Arcetri/Cambridge/NRL 'CHIANTI' atomic data base collaboration
   %
   %K.P. Dere and E. Landi 2001



  Added to ADAS by
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  Author : Martin O'Mullane
  Date   : 12/03/13

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 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

 Original level order :

     1   2   4   5   6   3   7   8  10  11
     9  12  14  16  15  17  13  18  20  21
    19  22  29  24  25  26  27  28  30  31
    23  32  33  34  35  36  49  38  39  40
    41  42  43  44  45  46  47  48  37

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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     : ADAS utility program, filter04
 Date     : 12-03-2013
 Producer : Martin O'Mullane              

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  • Hong Zhang
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