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All Tables

- Table 1:
Relative (dimensionless) O III transition probability values.
represent our experimental values (with estimated accuracies) related to the
reference
*A* value of the 326.085 nm O III transition.
denote transition probability values tabulated by NIST (2003).
(Berg et al. 1964; Berg 1967) and
(Truhan & Kiseljevskij 1967)
represent experimentally obtained
values using the RLIR method.
(Pinnington et al. 1970) denote relative *A* values obtained on the basis of the
beam-foil technique.
(Aggarwal et al. 1997);
(Bhatia & Kastner 1993)
and
(Froese Fischer 1994) represent recently calculated transition
probability values. Data in brackets denote absolute
*A* values of the reference 326.085 nm transition (in 10^{8} s^{-1}).
and
are the
inner quantum numbers of the final (f) and initial (i) state of the transition.
Atomic data are taken from NIST (2003).
- Table 1:
continued.
- Table 2:
Relative (dimensionless) O IV transition probability values.
represent our experimental values (with estimated accuracies) related to the reference
*A* value
of the O IV 340.355 nm transition.
are transition probabilities tabulated
by NIST (2003).
denote experimentally obtained data by the RLIR method
(Truhan & Kiseljevskij 1967).
Data in brackets denote absolute *A* values related to the reference 340.355 nm
O IV transition (in 10^{8} s^{-1}).
Atomic data are taken from NIST (2003).
- Table 3:
Our measured O III Stark shifts ()
at
*T*=42 000 K
electron temperature and 10^{23} m^{-3} electron density with
pm estimated accuracies.
denote theoretical
Stark shift values (Sreckovic et al. 2001b at *T*= 42 000 K).
(Puric et al. 1988 at *T*=30 000 K) and
(Sreckovic
et al. 2001b at *T*=54 000 K) represent experimental Stark shift
values.
All *d* values are given for 10^{23} m^{-3} electron density. Negative shift is toward
the blue.
- Table 4:
Our measured O IV Stark shifts ()
at
*T*=42 000 K
electron temperature and 10^{23} m^{-3} electron density with
pm estimated accuracies.
denote theoretical Stark shift values (Blagojevic et al. 1996) at mentioned plasma parameters. Positive shift is toward
the red.
- Table 5:
Transition probability ratios of the O III lines that
belong to the cascades in the Bowen fluorescence mechanism. Tw,
our values (see Table 1) and those used from other authors: SS,
Saraph & Seaton (1980); BK, Bhatia & Kastner (1993); FF, Froese
Fischer (1994); A, Aggarwal et al. (1997); LD, Liu & Danziger
(1993) and N, NIST (2003).