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Author Gomez, Thomas ♦ Mancini, Roberto C. ♦ Mossé, Caroline ♦ González, Manuel A. ♦ Iglesias, Carlos ♦ Ferri, Sandrine ♦ Talin, Bernard ♦ Alexiou, Spiros ♦ Gigosos, Marco A. ♦ Stambulchik, Evgeny ♦ Rosato, Joël ♦ Gonzálezherrero, Diego ♦ Lara, Natividad ♦ Calisti, Annette ♦ Lorenzen, Sonja
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Content type Text
Publisher MDPI AG
File Format PDF
Date Created 2014-07-07
Copyright Year ©2014
Language English
Subject Domain (in LCC) QC770-798
Subject Keyword Numerical simulations ♦ Models ♦ Plasmas ♦ Nuclear and particle physics ♦ Stark broadening ♦ Science ♦ Physics ♦ Atomic energy ♦ Line shapes ♦ Radioactivity
Abstract Modeling the Stark broadening of spectral lines in plasmas is a complex problem. The problem has a long history, since it plays a crucial role in the interpretation of the observed spectral lines in laboratories and astrophysical plasmas. One difficulty is the characterization of the emitter’s environment. Although several models have been proposed over the years, there have been no systematic studies of the results, until now. Here, calculations from stochastic models and numerical simulations are compared for the Atoms 2014, 2 300 Lyman-α and -β lines in neutral hydrogen. Also discussed are results from the Helium-α and -β lines of Ar XVII.
ISSN 22182004
Age Range 18 to 22 years ♦ above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 2014-07-01
e-ISSN 22182004
Journal Atoms
Volume Number 2
Issue Number 3
Page Count 20
Starting Page 299
Ending Page 318


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