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Stark shifts (d) and transition probabilities of the spontaneous emission (Einstein's A values) of forty two singly charged neon ( ) ion spectral lines have been measured in a linear, low pressure, pulsed arc at 35 300 K electron temperature and 1.83 10 23 m -3 electron density. Transition probabilities have been obtained using the relative line intensity ratio (RLIR) method. Stark shift values have also been calculated, using the semiclassical perturbation formalism (SCPF). The measured and calculated shift values and the measured A values have been compared to the existing data taken from available data sources.
Djenize, S., Milsavljevic, V., Dimitrijevic, M. (2002).Stark Shifts and Transition Probabilities in the Ne II Spectrum. Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 382, No 1, January IV, pp. 359 - 367 Section Atomic and molecular data. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361:20011549