The collisional de-excitation of neon at various pressures.
Farris, Ivan Robert.
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It was proposed to observe the spectral intensities of the 5852. 5A o line in Neon I, and 3664. 1A line in Neon II to obtain collisional deexcitation cross sections, a,, and de-excitation reaction rates, K... d 1 However, due to a series of problems with the Van De Graaff accelerator in the proton configuration no reproducible data was obtained. The majority of the time was thus spent converting the accelerator to the electron configuration and attempting to make the system operational o again. In this light trial runs were made on the 3371. 3A spectral line of nitrogen using electrons as the excitation source. Values obtained in these runs were off by a factor1 of one thousand from those obtained by A. R. Smelley [Ref. M] using protons.
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