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The line shape of sodium n2S1/2 – 32P1/2, 3/2 transitions in Na-Cd high pressure discharge


Mioković, Željka; Veža, Damir
The line shape of sodium n2S1/2 – 32P1/2, 3/2 transitions in Na-Cd high pressure discharge // Fizika A, 10 (2001), 3; 129-139 (domaća recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
The line shape of sodium n2S1/2 – 32P1/2, 3/2 transitions in Na-Cd high pressure discharge
(The line shape off sodium n2S1/2 – 32P1/2, 3/2 transitions in Na-Cd high pressure discharge)

Autori
Mioković, Željka ; Veža, Damir

Izvornik
Fizika A (1330-0008) 10 (2001), 3; 129-139

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
High-pressure Na-Cd plasma ; atomic lines ; n2S1/2 - 32P1/2 ; 3/2 (n = 5 ; 6 ; 7) series ; line shapes ; Stark broadening by electrons ; self-broadening ; van der Waals broadening ; red asymmetry

Sažetak
We measured sodium atomic lines belonging to the n2S1/2-32P1/2 ; 3/2 (n = 5 ; 6 ; 7) series, originating from a high-pressure sodium-cadmium plasma. The observed line shapes are compared with the calculations of the line shapes made within the Bartels' method. The electron density is estimated by Vidal approach (a refined Inglis-Teller method), and the density of sodium and cadmium has been determined using the relationships between the interaction constants of the sodium-sodium (sodium-cadmium) quasimolecule and the shift of the self- absorbed peaks of the sodium resonance line. We assume that the main line-broadening mechanisms of n2S1/2-32P1/2 ; 3/2 spectral lines are Stark broadening (by electrons), self-broadening (by neutral sodium atoms) and van der Waals broadening (by cadmium atoms). The electron temperatures are determined by Bartels' method, fitting the calculated to the experimentally measured n2S1/2-32P1/2 ; 3/2 line profiles. All three measured lines possess a red asymmetry that can not be attributed to the electron broadening, self-broadening or foreign gas broadening. We suggest that this red asymmetry could be caused by interaction of the radiating sodium atom with sodium and cadmium ions.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Fizika



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Projekt / tema
0119253

Ustanove
Fakultet elektrotehnike, računarstva i informacijskih tehnologija Osijek