spectral emmision lines looking for list plus info..tia sal

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  1. sal

    sal Guest

    Greetings, All

    I'm looking for a list of spectral emmision lines for all the elements is
    there a book or website that shows this? I would also like to know if
    there is a way to convert the spectral emmision lines from the elements
    into it's corresponding wavelenght?

    Example if the spectral emmision line red shows up how can I convert this
    to it's proper wavelength value and its intensity? 700NM - 785NM? Has this
    been done already? If so can you point me to it?

    TIA sal
    sal, Aug 1, 2005
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    Tom Yu Guest

    >>>>> "Skywise" == Skywise <> writes:

    Skywise> CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, chapter on "Atomic, Molecular,
    Skywise> and Optical Physics", section "Line Spectra Of The Elements". It
    Skywise> contains data for neutral to quadruply ionized elements.

    Skywise> But since it's not a cheap book, here's one source for the data online:
    Skywise> http://cdsweb.u-strasbg.fr/viz-bin/qcat?isindex=6016

    Also,

    http://physics.nist.gov/PhysRefData/ASD/index.html

    is a spectral database with search capabilities. For some background
    material, there is the following publication:

    http://physics.nist.gov/Pubs/AtSpec/

    ---Tom
    Tom Yu, Aug 1, 2005
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