copha#h_hal96h.dat

Resolved Specific Ion Data Collections

Ion
H0+
Temperature Range
0.100 eV → 9.995 eV

ADF04

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copha#h_hal96h.dat
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adf04/copha#h/copha#h_hal96h.dat
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  • Spontaneous Emission: H+0(i) → H+0(j) + hv
  • Electron Impact Excitation: H+0(i) + e → H+0(j) + e
1s 2S0.5 0.0 cm-1
2s 2S0.5 82259.0 cm-1
2p 2P2.5 82259.0 cm-1
3s 2S0.5 97492.0 cm-1
3p 2P2.5 97492.0 cm-1
3d 2D4.5 97492.0 cm-1
4s 2S0.5 102824.0 cm-1
4p 2P2.5 102824.0 cm-1
4d 2D4.5 102824.0 cm-1
4f 2F6.5 102824.0 cm-1
5s 2S0.5 105292.0 cm-1
5p 2P2.5 105292.0 cm-1
5d 2D4.5 105292.0 cm-1
5f 2F6.5 105292.0 cm-1
5g 2G8.5 105292.0 cm-1
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  BACKGROUND  : THE DATA WAS OBTAINED BY FIRST SUBJECTING
                THE THE ADF04 FILE 'HPSL91H' TO ADAS211.
                ADAS211 ESSENTIALLY IMPLEMENTS THE BURGESS
                AND TULLY TRANSFORMATION ON THE EFFECTIVE COLLISION
                STRENGTH ( SEE REFERENCE (1)). THE X AND Y
                ARRAYS DESCRIBED IN (1) ARE THEN PASSED TO A
                SUBROUTINE WHICH PRODUCES A SPLINE THROUGH THE
                THE DATA.TO OBTAIN THE EFFECTIVE COLLISION STRENGTH
                FOR A GIVEN TEMPERATURE RANGE, ADAS211 READS THE
                REQUIRED TEMPERATURE RANGE AND THE CORRESPONDING
                Y VALUES ARE EVALUATED FROM THE SPLINE. THE NEW
                EFFECTIVE COLISION STRENGTH IS OBTAINED BY
                REVERSING THE TRANSFORMATION.

  REFERENCE :
            (1) A.BURGESS AND J.A.TULLY
                ON THE ANALYSIS OF COLLISION STRENGTHS
                AND RATE COEFFICIENTS.
                ASTRON.ASRTOPHYS.254,436-453 ( 1992 )

  Program: ADAS211

  Source file: /JETABU.HLIKE.DATA(HAL96H)


  Producer: H. Anderson (JETABU)
  Date:     15/02/96
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  Modified data for 1s-2s,2p,3s,3p,3d; 2s-3s,3p,3d; 2p-3s,3p,3d substituted
  based on analyis of Calloway recommendations (1994)ADNDT
  in combination with Sampson data.  Preferred curves were established using
  Burgess C-plots on EXCEL spreadsheets.

  Producer:         H. Anderson
  Date:             15/02/96

  Update:  28/08/97  HP Summers - checked energy levels - OK.

  Update:  17/03/99  H. Anderson 
		      Identified and corrected the error associated with
		      the effective collision strength at 3.48E+04 K
		      for the transition H(2s)-H(3d) i.e. 6-2. The value
		      originally inserted into the file was 70.0 when it
		      should have been 7.0.

		      Corrected error associated with the effective
		      collision strength at 8.12E+04 K for the transition
		      H(1s)-H(3s) i.e 1-4. The value original entered
		      was 6.03E-04 when it should have been 9.10E-02.
		      Source of error was due to a mistake in the
		      excel spread sheet.	
	
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  • Douglas Sampson
  • Hugh Summers
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