References and Notes for Antimony ( Sb )
AJK89 B. Arcimowicz, Y. N. Joshi, and V. Kaufman, Can. J. Phys. 67, 572 (1989).
BW86 R. Beigang and J. J. Wynne, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 3, 949 (1986). The ionization energy determined by these authors was based on a value of 45945.4 cm-1 for the (3P)6s 4P3/2 level. We have lowered their value for the ionization energy by 0.06 cm-1 in accordance with the more accurate (3P)6s 4P3/2 level value tabulated here [HARV88].
C66b C. Chan, Ph. D. Thesis, Univ. British Columbia (1966). The values Chan derived for the Sb II ionization energy from thirteen different 3-member series vary by up to several hundred cm-1. We have rounded off his adopted value to the nearest 100 cm-1.
GL80 Y. Guern and J. Lotrian, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer 24, 133 (1980).
HARV88 F. Hassini, Z. Ben Ahmed, O. Robaux, J. Vergés, and J.-F. Wyart, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 5, 2060 (1988).
M00 D. C. Morton, Astrophys. J. Suppl. Ser. 130, 403 (2000).
MH42 W. F. Meggers and C. J. Humphreys, J. Res. Natl. Bur. Stand. (U.S.) 28, 463 (1942).
SM02 J. E. Sansonetti and W. C. Martin (this work). Wavelengths are calculated from energy levels in [HARV88]. The relative intensities are from [MH42], except that we have increased the intensities for the 3 lines below 2000 Å to be more in accord with the scale used above 2000 Å. Although we have given the Sb I levels with LS-coupling designations as assigned by Hassini et al. [HARV88], their calculations show that several of the even-parity levels tabulated here have no meaningful term names; the average purity in the three (3P)5d "4P" levels, for example, is 32%.