Resolved Specific Ion Data Collections

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3.102 eV → 620 eV


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  • Spontaneous Emission: O+5(i) → O+5(j) + hv
  • Electron Impact Excitation: O+5(i) + e → O+5(j) + e
1s22s(2s) 2S0.5 0.0 cm-1
1s22p(2p) 2P2.5 96914.0 cm-1
1s23s(2s) 2S0.5 638685.0 cm-1
1s23p(2p) 2P2.5 664879.0 cm-1
1s23d(2d) 2D4.5 672931.0 cm-1
1s24s(2s) 2S0.5 851024.0 cm-1
1s24p(2p) 2P2.5 861696.0 cm-1
1s24d(2d) 2D4.5 865067.0 cm-1
1s24f(2f) 2F6.5 865191.0 cm-1

        See: Griffin D C, Badnell N R, and Pindzola M S 2000 J. Phys. B
             33, 1013 for a more complete description.
        From a 41-state RMPS calculation that included the 9 spectroscopic   
        terms of the configurations 1s22s, 1s22p, 1s23s, 1s23p, 1s23d, 1s24s,
        1s24p, 1s24d, 1s24f; and the 32 pseudo states 1s2nl for n = 5 to 12  
        and l = 0 to 3 in the close-coupling expansion.                      
        The 1s and 2s orbitals were generated from a single-configuration    
        Hartree-Fock (SCHF) calculation on 1s22s, while the 2p through 4f    
        orbitals were generated from a SCHF calculation on the terms         
        1s2nl with the 1s orbital frozen.  The pseudo states were generated  
        from an non-orthogonal Laguerre basis; these states were then        
        orthogonalized with respect to the Hartree-Fock orbitals and each    
        For the L = 0 to 12 even and odd parity LSPI partial waves, we       
        performed an R-Matrix calculation with exchange.  For the higher     
        partial waves we performed a no-exchange R-Matrix calculation for    
        L = 13 to 60 with the long-range perturbations turned on and with    
        topup. The continuum basis for these calculations was set to 38      
        and the radius of the R-matrix box was 13.96 a.u.                    

        Donald C. Griffin                 May 18, 2000


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