Ionization potentials, experimental and theoretical, of the elements hydrogen to Krypton
Kelly, Raymond L.
Harrison, Don Edward
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The ionization potentials of the isoelectronic sequences Helium through Zinc have been calculated by the Hartree-Fock method and compared with experimental results. Tables are presented showing the ionization potentials, as observed and extrapolated, for all stages of ionization of the first 36 elements
NPS Report NumberNPS-61Ke70071A
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