On the arc spectrum of antimony

Malurkar, S. L. (1928) On the arc spectrum of antimony Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 24 (1). pp. 85-88. ISSN 0305-0041

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An attempt is made in this paper to find the nature of terms that occur in the arc spectrum of antimony. The spectrum is analogous to those of the singly ionized elements of the sixth group. Prof. A. Fowler investigated the spectrum of ionized oxygen (O II). The classification was shown to be in exact accord with the "Hund-Heisenberg theory of complicated spectra" by R. H. Fowler and D. R. Hartree. Recently G. R. Toshniwal has classified the arc spectrum of bismuth.

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