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The spectra of iodine Barss, Walter Malcomson 1939

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L £ B 67 6 > S 7 T H E S P E C T R A O F I O D I N E by Walter Malcorason Barss A Thesis submitted f o r the Degree of M A S T E R O F A R T S i n the Department of THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA APRIL, 1939, i ' ; COUTSITS Page. I Introduction; E x i s t i n g wavelength l i s t s . 1 I I -Most Recent and Comprehensive Analyses. 4 1.. Iodine I . 4 2. Iodine I I . 4 3. Iodine I I I . 5 4. Iodine IV. 6 5. -tResume. 6 I I I The Psesent I n v e s t i g a t i o n . 7 1. Object of the Research. 7 2. The E l e c t r o d e l e s s Discharge. 7 3. The Prism Spectrograph. 10 4. The Concave G-rating. 12 IV R e s u l t s . 14 1. Measurement of P l a t e s . 14 2. Comparison of E x c i t a t i o n Spectrograms. 14 3. lew Wavelength L i s t . 15 Bibliography. o o ° ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The w r i t e r wishes to acknowledge h i s indebtedness to Dr. Croolcer f o r h i s assistance and advice during the preparation of t h i s t h e s i s , and to Messrs. W. R. Eraser and A. J . Eraser f o r t h e i r a i d i n the co n s t r u c t i o n of parts of the apparatus. 1. -*-->- THE SPEGTBA OF IODISE. I. I n t r o d u c t i on. E x i s t i n g Wavelength L i s t s . Kayser and Konen's Handbook of Spectroscopy"1", i n the s e c t i o n on iodine, gives a very f u l l l i s t of references on iodine spectra published up u n t i l 1933. The Handbook includes tables of each spectrum, containing the measurements and c l a s s i f i c a t i o n s given by the various i n v e s t i g a t o r s * 2 Wood was among the f i r s t to study the spectra o f i o d i n e , p u b l i s h i n g several papers on the resonance spectra of i o d i n e i n 1911, 1912 and 1913. Then i n 1917 Wood and Kimura published the r e s u l t s of i n v e s t i g a t i o n s on the f i n e s t r u c t u r e o f the stronger l i n e s , together with a l i s t o f wavelengths from 6580 to 4630 A°. In 1929 the brothers Leon and Eugene Bloch^" pub-l i s h e d a l i s t of over 1700 l i n e s with the region 7351 to 2223 A 0. The spectra were e x c i t e d i n an el e c t r o d e l e s s d i s -charge which gave high i n t e n s i t y and freedom from i m p u r i t i e s , 1. Kayser and Konen, Handbook of Spectroscopy, V o l . . 7, Part 3, P. 753. 2. Wood, R.W., Phys. Z e i t s . 11. 1195, 1910; P h i l . Mag. 21, 261, 1911; Phys. Z e i t s . 14, 177, 1913; P h i l . Mag. 24, 673, 1912; Phys. Z e i t s . 14, 1189, .1913; P h i l . Mag. 26, 828, 1913. 3. Wood and Kimura, Astrophys. Journ. 46, 181, 1917. 4. Bloch, L. and E. Ann de Phys. 11, 141, 1929 . the iodine vapor to support the discharge being sublimed from sodium iodide placed i n the tube. The l i n e s above o 1 3600 A were measured on a 3 m. Rowland g r a t i n g , using a stigmatic mounting and observing at normal emergence. The' d i s p e r s i o n obtained was 3 A° per mm. i n the t h i r d order. Measurements of l i n e s below 3600 A 0 were made on Jobin and Fery quartz prism spectrographs. These w r i t e r s b e l i e v e t h e i r wavelengths determined on the grating to be accurate to .02 or .03 A° i n the region below 5000 A 0 and those de-termined on the prism instruments to be accurate to 0.2 A 0 i n the region of smaller d i s p e r s i o n and more accurate t o -ward the u l t r a v i o l e t . This wavelength l i s t has been the basis on which s e v e r a l p a r t i a l analyses of the iodine spectra have been made, although the e x c i t a t i o n assigned to s e v e r a l l i n e s has l a t e r been changed by other experimenters. Very s h o r t l y afterward, K e r r i s compiled a l i s t of wavelengths between 7468 ani 2562 A°. Together v.lth h i s own measurements he also tabulates the values given e a r l i e r by Wood and Kimura, Konen, and Exner and Haschek. In h i s r e -search K e r r i s used aluminum electrodes and a condensed d i s -charge with an a u x i l i a r y rotating, spark gap. His spectro-graph was a 21-foot Rowland g r a t i n g , having 80,000 l i n e s and g i v i n g a d i s p e r s i o n of 2.4 A° per mm. i n the f i r s t order. The s p e c t r a l region below 3100 A0 was photographed i n the 1. L. and E. Bloch, Ann de phys. 7, 205, 1927. 2. K e r r i s , W., Z e i t s . f. Phys. 60, 20, 1930. second orcler to obtain greater i n t e n s i t y . K e r r i s T wave-length values should be correct to a few thousandths of an Angstrom u n i t , so t h a t , although h i s tables c o n t a i n fewer l i n e s than were measured by Bloch, h i s values should be more dependable* More r e c e n t l y L a c r o u t e 1 has published the wave-o l e n g t h of about 400 l i n e s between 2258 and 766 A , together w i t h a very f u l l d e s c r i p t i o n of h i s apparatus and e x p e r i -mental procedure. In t h i s region he used a vacuum g r a t i n g spectrograph g i v i n g a d i s p e r s i o n of 18 A 0 per mm. His e l e c t r o d e l e s s discharge was .excited i n a quartz tube, using a 400-watt vacuum-tube o s c i l l a t o r to generate the high-frequency e x c i t i n g voltage. 2 3 4 Bloch and F e l i c i , Turner , and McLeod , have a l s o studied the spectra of i o d i n e , e s p e c i a l l y the arc spectrum, i n the region from 1900 to 800 A°. The above seem to be the only wavelength l i s t s of i o d i n e l i n e s that have been published, and subsequent attempts at analyses of the spectra have been based on one or more of these l i s t s or on the p r i v a t e l i s t s of i n d i v i d u a l experimenters. 1. Lacroute, P., Ann de Phys. 3,1, 1935. i* Bloch and F e l i c i , Jo urn. de phys. • et Pad 8 ^ 1027 3* Turner, Phys. Rev. 27, 397, 1936. ' ± / 3 1 ' 4, McLeod, J.H., Phys. Rev. 49, 804, 1936. I I . Most 'Recent and Comprehensive Analyses. 1. Iodine I . The Handbook of Spectroscopy presents the c l a s s i -1 2 3 f i c a t i o n s due to Turner , Evans , and Deb . Turner, who A studied the arc spectrum of iodine i n the Schumann reg i o n was one of the f i r s t to c l a s s i f y arc l i n e s . Evans i n 1931 gave the r e s u l t s of h i s i n v e s t i g a t i o n s In the red and i n f r a red up to 10,000 A 0, i n which he used a high-frequency d i s -charge i n a sealed quartz tube and made his measurements on a 21-foot g r a t i n g . He c l a s s i f i e d 61 l i n e s i n t h i s region. Deb's paper of 1933 gives the wavelengths of a great many o l i n e s from 10,000 to 1250 A and gives c l a s s i f i c a t i o n s f o r 160 of them. • 5 More r e c e n t l y Murakawa has c l a s s i f i e d 50 l i n e s between 9335 and 3965 A°from which he derives 30 terms. The terra assignments of Evans, Deb and Murakawa do not however agree very c l o s e l y . 2. Iodine I I . Mo analyses of the f i r s t spark spectrum had been made at the time of p u b l i c a t i o n of the Handbook of Spectro-scopy, but sinee then s e v e r a l have appeared. 6 The f i r s t i s that of Murakawa , who, using, the hyperfine s t r u c t u r e data of Ytfood and Kimura and the wave -L. Turner, Phys. Rev. 27, 39 7, 1926'; 2. Evans, Proc. Roy. Soc. A133, 417, 1931. 3. Deb, Proc. Roy. Soc. A139, 380, 1933. *: a s s g k ^ f i i t l r i . z h l l \ - I W M : i S S s * 9 8 8 : 3 7 • 1 0 8 8 • 6. Muraiawa, S o i . Pap. I , O.P.E., 20! 885, 1933. lengths of Bloch as w e l l as h i s own measurements, was able to c l a s s i f y 26 l i n e s a r i s i n g from 12 terms. Tolansky 1, two years l a t e r , published a determination of the fine s t r u c t u r e o of 42 l i n e s l y i n g i n the region 6600 to 4500 A . * 2 Just a f t e r t h i s Lacroute published a memoir i n which he has l i s t e d 54 term values, derived from the c l a s s i -f i c a t i o n of 130 l i n e s between 7351 and 821 A 0. He has taken the wavelength values of Bloch, K e r r i s and Murakawa f o r the l i n e s above 2000 A ; i n the extreme u l t r a - v i o l e t the measure-ments are h i s own. His c l a s s i f i c a t i o n s are based on exten-si v e Zeeman-effeot i n v e s t i g a t i o n s . Murakawa 3 has r e c e n t l y presented an extension to the a n a l y s i s of Iodine I I by La-croute i n which he e s t a b l i s h e d 28 new terms and c l a s s i f i e s a t o t a l of 300 l i n e s wi th wavelengths from 10,406 A° to o 1961 A . Most of Murakawa's c l a s s i f i c a t i o n s agree w i t h those of Lacroute although there are several d i f f e r e n c e s , both i n c l a s s i f i c a t i o n s and term values. 3. Iodine I I I . The only published a n a l y s i s of Iodine I I I i s that of Seth" which appeared i n 1935. Seth used g r a p h i c a l methods to f i n d equal frequency d i f f e r e n c e s i n Bloch's l i s t 1. Tolansky, Proc. Roy. Soc. A 149, 269, 1935. 2. r e r o u t e , Ann de Phys. 3, 1, 1935. 3. Murakav/a, Z e i t s f Phys. 109, 162, 1938. seth, J.B., Ind. Acad. S c i . Proc. 1, 593 1935 Nature, 127, 165, 1931. 6. of Iodine . l i n e s . Since Bloch assigns over 700 l i n e s to the spectrum of doubly i o n i z e d Iodine, there are a great many l i n e s yet to be c l a s s i f i e d . 4-. Iodine IV. Krishnamurty 1 has dete.uained 24 term values f o r t r i p l y i o n i s e d Iodine, a r i s i n g from h i s c l a s s i f i c a t i o n of o 30 of the 70 l i n e s he has observed i n the region 3546 A to 2224 A 0. 5. Resume. 2 Shenstone has r e c e n t l y published an a r t i c l e on Atomic Spectra i n which he gives a table containing a l l known analyses of atomic spectra, and i n d i c a t e s the r e -l a t i v e completeness w i t h which each a n a l y s i s has been made. He l i s t s the spectra Iodine I , I I , I I I , IV and V I I I , w i t h a n o t a t i o n that r e l a t i v e l y very l i t t l e i s known about any of them. 1. Krishnamurty, proc. Phys, Soc. 48, 277, 1936. 2 0 Shenstone, P h y s i c a l Society, Report on Progress i n Physics, V o l . 5 , P. 210, 1939. P l a t e I . The E l e c t r o d e l e s s D i s c h a r g e and Quartz S p e c t r o g r a p h I I I . The Present I n v e s t i g a t i o n . Is Object of the Research. This research was undertaken i n order t o provide as complete a wavelength l i s t as p o s s i b l e and to check the e x c i t a t i o n data on a l l u n c l a s s i f i e d l i n e s so that m a t e r i a l might be ready f o r an attempt t o f u r t h e r the a n a l y s i s of the various spectra of i o d i n e . 2„ The E l e c t r o d e l e s s Discharge 6=.o Fcj. I. The discharge tube of F i g . 1 was made of 22 mm. Pyrex tube, 50 cm. long w i t h an evacuating tube joined near one end. This end was closed with a piece of ordinary glass G waxed on wi t h s e a l i n g wax. The other end Q, was closed w i t h a quartz window ground t o a diameter l e s s than that of the tube, and the tube was reduced s l i g h t l y at the end so that the 8. e x c i t i n g c o i l L could be s l i p p e d o f f without the window being removed. Red se a l i n g wax was found to be quite s a t i s f a c t o r y f o r s e a l i n g on the windows as the temperature at the ends of the tube was never high. The transformer T had a secondary winding g i v i n g 100 KV. with a power r a t i n g of 6 Kva. The voltage was more than s u f f i c i e n t f o r t h i s use and a heavy-duty s t e p - r e s i s t o r of 3-12 ohms was included i n the primary c i r c u i t . I n these experiments the maximum current i n the primary winding was 30 amps, f o r the highest e x c i t a t i o n used. The condensers 0 were made of s i x Pyrex Leydea J a r s with t i n - f o i l a p p l i e d with s h e l l a c i n s i d e and outside to w i t h i n 4 inches of the top. The e x t e r n a l connections were by means of the metal p l a t e s on which the condensers s a t . The i n t e r n a l connections were made through an a x i a l brass rod making contact w i t h the f o i l w i t h two cross-pieces of brass s t r i p at the top and one at the bottom. The f o i l was at f i r s t found to burn away where the heavy, currents jumped from the cross-pieces to the f o i l , and i t became necessary to r e -shape the ends of the cdrss-pieces to provide p o s i t i v e con-t a c t over a wider area. When se v e r a l l a y e r s of f o i l were added at the places of contact the discharge could be run continuously without the condensers overheating. The con-densers were connect i n two s e r i e s banks of three each, as the Pyrex d i e l e c t r i c would stand a peak voltage of about 9. 100 KV. The condensers had a capacity of 0„00225 mf d. each, g i v i n g a r e s u l t a n t capacity o f 0.0034 mfd 0 The spark gap S was one from a w i r e l e s s spark t r a n s m i t t e r and consisted of two fen hemispheres of about 8 cms, diameter, s l i g h t l y f l a t t e n e d on opposing faces and with a separation adjustable t o about 4 cms. The discharges took place over an area about 6 sq. cm. which gives an abrupt discharge without any tendency to a r c 0 The e x c i t i n g c o i l L consisted of 17 turns of #12 bare copper wire wound on a t h i n core of mica which would j u s t s l i p onto the discharge tube. The spacing of the turns was changed from time t o time but a c o i l length of about 9 cms. seemed best. The inductance of the c o i l was then 1.48yuh.0 The connecting wires were a l l #12 copper wire, and the apparatus was arranged so that the se could be as short as possible«. When the e x c i t a t i o n was high the discharge tube was found to become very hot so that i t was necessary to add an a i r j e t d i r e c t e d on i t to keep i t c o o l . The e x c i t a t i o n was c o n t r o l l e d by r e g u l a t i n g the current through the transformer primary, varying the separ-a t i o n of the spark-gap and int r o d u c i n g a c o i l L 1 i n s e r i e s with the discharge c o i l . This a u x i l i a r y c o i l had an induc-tance of about 7 y"h and was wound on a b a k e l i t e tube. The e x c i t a t i o n and i n t e n s i t y were a l s o very depen-10-dent on the 'pressure i n the discharge tube. The iodine vapor f o r the discharge was supplie d by a few m i l l i g r a m s of m e t a l l i c iodine placed i n one end of the discharge tube. Since iodine has a vapor pressure of about 2 mm. Hg. at room temperature, the pressure could be kept below t h i s value only by running the vacuum pump, a Cenco Hyvac, continuously, and c o n t r o l l i n g the outflow of gas by means of a pinch-cock on the rubber connecting tube. The pressure decreases as the iodine evap-orates, so that i t was found best to photograph low e x c i t a t i o n discharges f i r s t while the pressure was higher, and higher e x c i t a t i o n s as the vacuum improved. 3. The Prism Spectrograph. Most of the spectrograms were made on a H i l g e r E 1 Quartz spectrograph. New s e t t i n g s were determined i n each region by s e t t i n g the prism r o t a t i o n f o r the region d e s i r e d , taking s e v e r a l exposures at p r o g r e s s i v e l y changing p o s i t i o n s of the lens c a r r i a g e , and c a l c u l a t i n g from the r e s u l t a n t p l a t e the change which should be made i n the pl a t e holder t i l t . Two -p l a t e s , the f i r s t to f i n d the exposure time necessary, the second as j u s t described were u s u a l l y s u f f i c i e n t t o prepare the instrument f o r use i n any region,, The s l i t was adjusted v i s u a l l y i n the v i s i b l e region, checked photographically and l e f t without change f o r the other regions. D i f f e r e n t spectroscopic p l a t e s were found s u i t a b l e f o r the three regions used end exposure times depended on the d i s p e r s i o n of the spectrograph as w e l l as on the speed of the p l a t e s . The f o l l o w i n g t a b l e shows the types of p l a t e s and lengths of exposures necessary i n these regions. TABLE I Sp e c t r a l Region Spectroscopic P l a t e s Exposure Times Iron Arc Copper Arc Gas Discharge 8000-3210 3380-2440 2500-2100 Wratten & Wain-wright Panchro-matic Eastman 33 I l f o r d Q 1 30 sec. 30 sec. 3 mins. 20 mins. 40 mins. 60 mins. These values are very approximate, depending on the width of the s l i t and the den s i t y desired i n the p l a t e . In general i t was found best to take longer exposures on p l a t e s which were to be measured while shorter exposures would suf-f i c e on e x c i t a t i o n p l a t e s . The I l f o r d Q, 1 p l a t e s were ex-c e l l e n t f o r t h i s work, being f i n e grained and with extremely c l e a r background, although the thinness of the emulsion necessitated c a r e f u l handling to prevent s c r a t c h i n g . These u l t r a - v i o l e t s e n s i t i v e p l a t e s needed no s p e c i a l washing and were developed and f i x e d in- the usual manner, and permitted unusually long development without fogging© The source was put i n alignment by f i r s t s e t t i n g up an Iron arc so that l i g h t from, the arc passing through X2 a the centre of the opened s l i t would f a l l c e n t r a l l y on the c o l l i m a t i n g l e n s . A quartz l e n s was then placed "by-the arc to form an enlarged image of i t on the s l i t and to f i l l the lens aperture w i t h l i g h t . This p o s i t i o n of arc and lens was then made reproducible by means of a pointer which could be brought to t h i s p o s i t i o n at w i l l . The discharge tube was supported on a wooden frame which held i t c o a x i a l w i t h the l i n e from arc to s l i t . To take the comparison arc spectrum i t was necessary to remove the discharge tube as one window was of glass which i s opaque to u l t r a - v i o l e t l i g h t , and the quartz window was rather uneven which gave i r r e g u l a r i r o n l i n e s i f i t was not removed. The Iodine spectra for measurement were u s u a l l y taken with f u l l length s l i t and the arc comparison superim-posed on a narrow s t r i p i n the middle. The e x c i t a t i o n spec-trograms were taken w i t h a three or f o u r - p o s i t i o n Hartmann diaphragm, the e x c i t a t i o n being changed between exposures. 4. The Concave Grating • Two spectrograms were made with a 6-foot concave g r a t i n g using a Rowland mount. This grating has 28,870 l i n e s and gives a d i s p e r s i o n of about 4.6 A°per mm. i n the second order. Since t h i s i s an astigmatic mount i t was necessary to cover the upper h a l f of the p l a t e w i t h a screen i n s e r t e d near i t while exposing the comparison spectra. The d i s p e r s i o n at any a r b i t r a r y value of nA may 13. be obtained from the e q u a t i o n 1 where d i s the g r a t i n g space, 16,960 A 0 R i s the radius of curvature s2073 mm. i i s the angle of incidence. 1. Crooker, A.M., Can. Journ, Res, A 14, 115, 1936. 14. IV. R e s u l t s . 1. Measurement of P l a t e s . The best p l a t e s from the three s e t t i n g s of the quartz spectrograph were measured on a H i l g e r comparator and-wavelengths of the l i n e s were c a l c u l a t e d by means of the Hartmann formula . K e r r i s ' values were us ed where pos-s i b l e f o r the wavelength of the standard l i n e s and to plo t a c o r r e c t i o n curve f o r the formula. The comparison s p e c t r a , i r o n as copper arc, were used to a i d i n t e n t a t i v e i d e n t i -f i c a t i o n of l i n e s and were not i n general used as standard l i n e s f o r measurement. The i n t e n s i t i e s were measured v i s u a l l y on the p l a t e s taken with the highest e x c i t a t i o n a v a i l a b l e and are given on a scale from 0 to 10, with extensions f o r exception-a l l y f a i n t or very strong l i n e s . 2. Comparison of E x c i t a t i o n Spectrograms. The e x c i t a t i o n spectra were photographed as ex-pl a i n e d p r e v i o u s l y i n adjacent bands on the same p l a t e . The p l a t e s viere placed on an i l l u m i n a t e d ground-glass screen and viewed through a magnifying glass arranged to move above the plates and p a r a l l e l to them. By comparing the r e l a t i v e i n t e n s i t i e s of each l i n e i n the three or four bands with the r e l a t i v e i n t e n s i t i e s of l i n e s of known e x c i t a t i on i t i s pos-s i b l e to determine, the e x c i t a t i o n of the l i n e s . 15. 3>. New .Wavelength: L i s t . The f o l l o w i n g t a b l e contains p r a c t i c a l l y a l l the known l i n e s between 10,000 A and 2,000 A compiled from the analyses p r e v i o u s l y r e f e r r e d t o , as w e l l as from the wave-lnegth l i s t s of Bloch and of K e r r i s . The values i n the f i r s t column give the i n t e n s i t i e s of the l i n e s on Rowland 5s scale and are a compromise between the i n t e n s i t i e s given by various I n v e s t i g a t o r s with a pre-ference f o r those of the present research. The second column contains the wavelengths _gd=ees-of the l i n e s i n a i r , given i n Angstrom u n i t s . Wavelengths given f o r l i n e s which have been c l a s s i f i e d are those given by the most recent w r i t e r t o c l a s s i f y them. In the case of u n c l a s s i f i e d l i n e s , K e r r i s ? values have been given r a t h e r than Bloch's. I t has been found that i n some regions the values obtained i n t h i s research seem t o be nearer K e r r i s ' values than have Bloch's, so they are given where K e r r i s has none. The t h i r d column gives the wave-number i n vacuum corresponding to the wavelength i n the second column. The next column gives the number of the spectrum to which each l i n e belongs. Iodine 17 was the highest e x c i t a t i o n obtained on the p l a t e s taken, or mentioned i n the references consulted. The l a s t column contains references t o the p u b l i s h -16. ed an a l y s e s , as f o l l o w s : E denotes Evans, L denotes L a c r o u t e . M denotes Murakawa. R denotes Krishnamurty. TABLE I I • I . X ' 0 10406.0 9607.3 4 9335.7 10708.6 10 9113.8 10969.4 8 9058.3 11036.6 4 . 9022.3 11080.6 5 8969.54 11145.79 4 8898.40 11234,89 5 57.45 86.83 5 53.36 92.05 0 8737.60 11441.65 4 04.12 85.66 3 8623.40 11593.18 2 8251.90 12115.09 3 • 22.61 58.25 3 8123.98 12305.86 15 8043.72 12428.64 0 42.1 ' 31.1 4 7969.53 12544.35 1 7875.55 12694.04 1-2 7657.99 13054.66 5 18.56 X312So S3 12 7595.40 62.24 6 56 .65 13229.74 00 7468.35 13386.14 2 16.59 13479.58 1 14.60 83.19 5 13.68 84.87 <9 7351.35 13598.15 0 18.12 13660.97 1 05.46 84.64 00 02.54 90*09 00 00.30 93.30 0 7288.24 13716.94 i d 82.77 23 9 S3 2d 77.15 38.83 0 59.59 71.13 1 58,11 73.91 1 43.66 13801.37 3d 37.88 12.39 5 36.83 14.40 0 35.11 17.68 .00 33.78 20.23 3d 31.90 23.82 1 30.29 26.90 2 27.37 32.48 6 25.85 35.39 • • « 9 Exe. Ref. .. I . X I I M 0 7222.64 .1 M 1 12.01 I 11 0 08.80 I M 0 7195.34 I M 0 93.51 1 92.55 I I M 1 91.68 I M 1 86.16 I M 0 69.93 I It 1 68.87 I M 00 66.68 I I H 3 66.49 I I M 2 64.76 I I •S 0 61.46 I •: H 0 59.93 I I M 1 56.84 . I M 1 48.56 I " M 2 46.57 x H 00 46.00 I M 4d 42.00 I I M 6 39.07 11 11 4d 22.01 I I ffi 4 20.05 .1. M 0 15.09 GO 14.78 I . M' 000 14.27 I -M 2 07.66 I M 0 06.76 I I L 3 01.69 I I 2 00.06 I I 0 7095.16 I I 2 87.69 I I 6 85.21 I I 1 81.97 I I 00 80.34 I I 1 78.82 I I 0 77,86 I I 1 71.43 :i K 2 67.24 i I d 66.61 i M 2 63.58 i i I d 57.27 i i I d 52.14 .1 5 42.25 I I 1 34.18 I I • 8 32.98 I I v M 2 27.70 « • « * .Exe. Ret 13841.55 I I 61.95 I I 68.12 I I 94,03 I I 97.60 I I 99.45 I I 13901.13 I I 11.80 I I 43.30 I I 45.36 I I 49.62 I I 11 49.99 I I 53.36 IT 59.80 I I 62.50 I I 68.81 I I 84.98 I I 88.38 I I • 89.99 I I 11 97.83 I I 14003.57 I I L,M 37.12 I I 40.98 I I M 50.77 I I 1.C 51.37 IT M 52.38 I I M 65.45 I I 67.24 I I 77.29 I I 80.51 11 90.23 I I 14104.89 . I I 10.02 11 'M 16.48 I I 19.72 I I 22.76 I I 24.68 I I 37.52 I I 45.88 I I 47.16 I I 5 o»S3 .1 M 65.93 I I : 76.19 I I 96.30 I I M 14212.39 I I 14.75 I I L 25.49 I I « . . . 0 « TABLE I I I » A ' is 4 21.64 37.77 7 18.94 43.31 0 08.25 64.97 ca 7006.50 70.53 oa 01.75 78.20 l a 6998.98 82.00 0 93*35 295.36 3 89.85 14302.52 2 86.35 09. 7 i 6985.24 14311.96 oa 82.98 16.95 0 81.01 20.63 00 *79 # 39 2 o • 9 5 0 78.22 26.36 0 6976.96 14328.94 0 " 73.56 35.63 0 64.85 53.86 20 58.78 66.36 2 ol«29 81.86 00 6950.98 14382.50 0 44.36 96.21 1 41.03 14403.12 0 39.30 06.71 00 28.89 28.35 00 6921.26 44.26 1 13.26 60.97 1 10.13 67.52 1 07.76 72.48 3 04.82 78.65 10 6902.13 84.30 oa 6894.63 14500.05 0 90.33 09.10 2 88.66 12.61 1 80.32 30.21 2 6879.22 32 • 53 oa 74.74 42.00 2 69.88 5^3 * 29 0 68.50 55.21 1 66.63 59.18 o' 6861.89 69.23 1. 60.16 72.90 1 552.81 88.54 Exc. £e£ .. I . X I I L,M 0 49.56 I I L 00 38.78 I I 00 6835.70 2d 28.03 IT 5 ' 25.17 I I 0 22.06 I I 3 21.04 I E I E 2 6813.19 10 12.56 I I 1 09.76 I I 0 05.85 I I 0 03.06 I I M I I 0 6801.89 1 6796.13 I I 2 92 .45 I I 1 91.42 I I 2 89.35 I I L,M I I oa 6785.52 0 82 .60 I I M 0 76.45 I I 2 73.56 I E,M 1 71.70 I I I 0 6769.57 5 64.12 I I 2d 55.72 I I i a 45.87 11 M 4 41.56 1 35.05 I I L 5 32.08 oa 6731.80 I I L 2 2 3 © 52 I 2 20.67 I I 1 19.7 5 I I 5 18.81 I I M 0 6705.64 I I 0 6699.90 I I 0 98.59 I I 0 97.23 I I 0 95.93 I I 2 6687.74 I I 3 8 5.32 I I 78.83 I I 0 75.27 . Exc. 95.45 I I 14618.46 I I 14625.05 I I 41.48 I I 47.62 I M 54.29 I I 56.49 I I 73.37 I I 74.72: I I L,M 80.76 I I 89.19 I I 95.22 I I 99.91 I I 14710.20 I I 18.17 11 L,M 20 .40 I I 24.89 I E ,M 3o • 21 I I 39 • 55 I I 50 .75 I I . 59.22 I I 63.27 I I M 67.92 I I 79.82 I I M 98.19 I 14819.80 I 29 @ 3 E-43.61 I I 50 .16 I • M 50.78 11 69 .07 I I 75.23 11 77.40 11 79.50 I I 14908.71 I I 21.48 I I 24.40 I I 2 7.43 11 30.33 I I 43.61 I I 54.02 I I 69.68 76.54 I I TABLE I I . I . A. * . Exc. 3 *7 2»33 83.14 I I 10 6665.97 97.43 I I 1 64.25 15001.50 I I 0 61.95 06.48 I I 1 53.83 24.80 I I 0 50.68 31.91 I I 0 6638.67 15059.11 I I 3 33.94 69.85 I I I d 21.43 98.31 2d 19.:65 15102.38 I I 3 22.49 95 * 9 0 I I 1 6618.41 04.98 I I M,L I d 12.46 18,80 -r X 0 12.00 19.85 I I 00 :10.96 22.23 1 6 596.51 5 5 » 3 5 I I 0 6594.31 60.42 I I 0 93.28 62.77 I d 9 2 e 52 64.53 I I 0 88.50 73.78 I I 6 85.19 81.41 I I 3 Vt,L 6583.81 84.59 T OOd 82.76 87.01 I 2 81.6.8 89.50 I I I 00 75*92 15202.81 . I 3 70.81 14.63 I I I 10 6566.48 24.66 I E,M 3 64.80 28.56 I I I 00 62.93 32.90 1 57.84 44.72 I I 0 55,25 50.74 I I I 0 6554.44 52.63 I I I 0 50.58 61. 61 I I I 3 49.35 64.48 I I I OOd 48.09 67.42 2 46.94 70.10 I I M,L 0 6540.97 84.04 I I I 5 38.34 90.19 I I I 0 ' 34.74 98.61 I I 1 24,80 15321.92 I I M.L 1 . 23.49. 24.99. I I . • I ' \ .Exc. 2 6521.45 29.79 I l l 1 18.86 35.88 I I I d 17.88 38.18 I I 5 16.19 42.16 I I 0 13.00 49.68 I I I d 6508.97 59.18 I I Od 07.05 63.71 I I 0 00.97 78.08 11 2 6496.01 89.82 I I 1 95.84 90.22 1 6492.78 1539 7.48 I I d 88.82 15406.87 I 1 8 8 . 0 8 08.63 I I 0 87.30 10.48 I I 1 78.14 32.21 I I 5r 6475.91 37.59 I I I 000 71.93 47.08 0 70.27 51.05 I I 0 69.31 53.34 I I 0 67.83 56.87 I I 0 6466.35 60.41 I I 0 59.28 77.33 I I 4 58.50 79.20 I I Od 56. 70 83.51 I I 0 54.96 87.69 I I 2d 6448.41 15503.42 I I I 3d 43.26 15.81 i n I d 41.42 20.25 i n 6 40.29 22-9 7 i n 2d 30.9 7 45.46 i n 3 6428.54 51.34 i n 1 20.95 69.72 i n 2 17.66 77.71 I I 1 15.85 82.10 I I 0 11.14 93*55 i 2 6409.54 9 7.44 i n 1 05.87 15606.37 i n Od 04.13 10.62 i i 3 6395.26 32.27 i n 2 88.94 .47.73 i n TABLE.II . I • X •>> .Exe. fief .. I . X •7> • Exc 1 6385.74 55.57 I I 4 2 9 • 39 48.50 I I I I d 80.38 68.65 I I 1 14.18 87.79 I I 1 71.54 90.47 I 5 13.15 90.45 I 1 69 .04 96.62 I I 1 67.18 15701.21 I 10 6204.87 16111.93 I I '6363.26 6 00.54 23.18 I I I 2 10.88 I I 6 619 5.52 36.24 I I I 2 59.09 21.18 I 1 93.37 41.84 I I I Od 51.70 39.46 I 0 92.44 44.27 II I . Od 50.20 43.19 I 4 48.34 4.7.83 I I I 0 6194.03 45.33 I 6341.09 2 86.92 53.67 I I I 3 65.81 I I I d 82.18 71.06 I I 6d 40.10 68.27 r M,L 3d 62.25 16223.36 I I o 38.03 73.42 I L 3d 62.03 23.94 I I 1 36.54 77.13 I I 3d 61.90 24.28 I I 1 35.91 78.70 I I 1 6160.06 29.13 I I 3 6333.49 15784.73 I Od 53.95 45.24 1 32 »'t38 87.49 I I 3 49.21 57.76 I I I ,0 31.84 88.84 I I 3 48 .39 59 » 9 3 I I I d 29.91 93.66 I 2d 22«38 15812.44 I I 0 6146.30 16265.46 I I I 4 6320.82 4 32.94 16300.89 I I I 16.37 I I I 9 27.46 15.46 I I 1 • 14.93 31.12 I I 6 2.5 e 53 20.61 I I I 00 12.5 37.21 1 17.63 41.69 I I 0 04.62 57.01 I I 3 00.50 67.38 I I 1 6103.31 - 80.03 I I 10 6293.95 1 6095.15 16401.96 I I 83.-89 I 0 93.96 05.16 I I 5 91.40 • 90.32 I I 0 90.87 13.50 I I I d 87.87 99.32 I I 7 86.77 24.38 I I I 4 80.32 15918.36 I 2 77.02 26.73 I I 6 6084.78 29 .80 11 - 15 82.40 56 .34 i O 6276.66 ' 27.65 I 3 78.60 46.61 I I I 6 68.55 48.25 I I I 3 77.91 48.48 I I 2 67.67 50.49 I I 8 74.99 56.39 I I 5 57.49 76.44 11 3 56.42 79.17 I I 1 6073.57 60.23 I I 6255.54 0 70.86 67.58 I I 5 81.42 I I 8 68.95 72.77 I I 4 50.59 94.02 I I 0 67.98 75.40 I I 0 44.64 16009.31 I 2 58.85 16500.20 I I I 0 40.04 21»11 I 1 . 37.41 27.87 T I 00 6053.22 15.57 I 3 48.69 27.88 I 4 6236.40 30 .47 I I I 2 46 46.59 33.62 I I I 4 32.96 39 .31 I I I . 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X 5832.66 50.10 25.36 19.72. 15.00 .Exc. /fe£ 39.86 I I I 47.62 I I I 61.58 I I 78.20 92.15 12.25 17200.28 I I I I I I M I d 5809.86 2 07.35 1 05.57 1 04.95 0 03.58 07.36 14.79 20.07 21.92 25.98 I I I I I I I I I I M M 0 5801.90 30.97 IT I d 5799.01 39.55 I I M I d 95.01 51 * 4:5 I I 1 93.13 57.05 I I 1 90.24 65.66 I I M 8 5787.05 75.18 I I L 2d 85.75 79.06 I I I 2d 84.46 82.92 I I I 1 81.23 92.57 I I I I d 76.69 17306.10 I I I M,L M 7d '5775.110 10.90 I I L,M 74.863 11.64 L,M 3 .678 12.19 L,M 2 .545 12.59 L,M 1 .469 12.82 L,M M,L 10 5764.33 17343.27 I I "M L 10 60.726 54.12 I I L,!€ 1 52.29 79.57 I I 0 51.75 81.21 I I 2 50.36 85.40 I I 5 5739.43417458.50 M,L M 4 .208 19.19 M,L 4 .039 19.70 I I M,L L 2 38.917 20.07 M,L • 1 .846 20.29 M,L L 15 5738.289 21.98 I I M,L 0 29.85 47.64 I I M,L 0 26.33 56.38 I I 1 25.12 62.05 I I I 1 2 3 • 52 66.93 I I I \ TABLE I I .Exc . tfe-f . . 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I « X , .Exc. 0 5403.95 99.85 I l l 00 5395•32 18529.45 0 92.20 40.17 I I 00 86.32 60.40 4 80.04 82.06 I I 2d 5374.50 18601.22 I 3 72.50 08.15 I I lOd - 6 9 " . 8 7 17.26 I I 3 67.60 2.5 * 13 . I I 3 56.17 64.90 I I I 1 5354.80 ' 69.65 I I 0 53.07 75.69 I I • 1 51.95 79.60 1 .77 80.23 IT • .5 .65 80.64 3 5349.69 87.49 I I 12 45.15 18703.38 I I 2 41.61 15.76 I I 12 38.19 27.74 I I 0 32.74 46.89 I I 1 5330.19 55.85 I I 3 26.42 69.11 I I * 0 23.71 78.68 I I 5 22 a 81 81.83 I I 3 14.59 18810.90 I P 4 5309.14 30.20 II'' 0 07.61 35.65 • I I 0 04.21 47.72 I 0 03.12 5JL «59 3 5299.79 63.43 I I 00 529 7•33 72.20 I 2d 96.52 75.09 IV 2d 88.65 18903.18 I I 0 86.07 12.40 I I 0 72.45 61.26 I I 0 5270.98 66.54 I I 8 69.35 73.41 II./ 2d 66.94 81.09 I I 8. 65.27 87.58 II -. I . 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A .EXC. . 3 1 1 4 00 9 00 2 2 2 3 2 000 3 0 3 6 2 0 1 00 0 2 8 1 5 0 00 0 1 6 1 1 I d 2 0 3 0 1 2 2 3 1 1 0 0 2 00 2 0 3 27,93.. '51 86,73-98.87 95.06 91.03 3SI8.53 90 . 4 7 25 . 72. .07 30.85. 27 8 9 . 43 39 . 07 88.34 53.08 83.37 35917.08, 82.11 33.36 2730.96 43.35 .28 57.01 77.42 94.05 76.97 99.87 .15 36010.65 2775.53 18.67 74.87 27.24 71.91 65.55 70.91 78.60 .70 81.35 2768 . 91'33im.65, 67.66 20.96 66.80 32.19 .27 39.11 65.64 47.35 2765.13 54.01 63.20 . 79.26 61.73 98.51 .47 352a.92 60.98 08.35 2760.38 35216.22 59 .25 31.02 58 .93 35.25 .61 39.45 57.44 54.96 2 7 55 . 59 79 . 30 .13 85.22 54 . 72 9 0 . 62 .16 98.00 53.47 3S307.10 2752.41 21.08 51.95 27.15 .42 34.15 50 . 39 47 . 75 49.35 61.50 2747.86 81.35 .10 91.28 46.51 99.23 45.30 33415.14 44.51 25.62 2743.02 45.41 38.443S5X.36 I I I I I I . I l l . I l l '. I l l , I I I I I I I I I . I l l I I I I I I III-I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H i -l l I I I I I I I I I I I TABLE I I (cont.) 3 1 161 0 1 2 000 1 0 i d 00 10 2 1 6* 4 1 3 3 1 1 00 0 » X 37.49 36.64 -•• .15 2735.65 34.56 33.08 32.76 32.34 2732.22 31.77 30.94 .13 29.48 2726.14 24.09 23.05 22.51 20.43 2719.78 18.43 16.49 15.63 14.75 .Exc. /fe-f 0002713.21 OOd 12.84 10 .24 3 11.66 8 • 08.16 6 2 705.39 2 04.65 1 .50 1 . 02.. 42 3 01.90 5 2701.43 9 2698.52 1 96.73 8 94.07 4 90.49 9d 2688.99 2 86.17 2 84.73 1 83.01 1 • 82.14 0002681.63 00 .21 0 78.44 19.03 30.37 36.91 43.58 58.29 77.95 82.23-87.86 89.46 95.49 36606.61 17.46 26.25 71.06 98.65 36712.67 19.95 48 .03 56 .94 75.06 36801.32 12 & 9 8 24. 91 36845.81 50 .83 59 .05 66.87 36914.57 52.44 62 .56 64.60 92.88 37000.03 06 .47 49 .11 71.10 37107.62 56.93 77.68 37216.69 36.52 60.52 72.61 79.69 85.53 37324.09 I I I I#> I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I L , M L , M I . 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I . x .Exc 2 15.01 29.37 I I I 4 2614 .70 33.90 I I I 0 13.71 4S .58 I I I 3 12.92 60.09 I I 10 10.76 91.63 I I 0 09.56 38309.21 oa . 2609.35 12.29 I I 5 07.33 41.97 I I 0 06.73 50.80 I I 2 05.65 66.68 3 • 55 68.16 III " 3 2605.07 75.23 I I I 2 03.68 95. 72 I I 2 02.96 38406.34 I I I 00 2599 .60 55.97 I I I 0 98.73 68.99 I I I 1 2597.89 81.28 I I I 00 .23 91.06 I I I 2 96 .48 38502.18 I I I 1 95.48 17.90 I I I 3 94.93 25. 32 I I 10 259 3.47 38546.92 I I I 1,M 0 92.83 56. S8 I I 1 .52 60.99 I I 3 91.02 68.42 I I I 14 • 88.94 36814.45 I I I 8 2588.63 18.14 I I L,M 3 .08 27.14 I I 0 87.04 42.66 I I I 8 86.73 47.24 I I ' M 1 84.84 . 75.50 I I M 5 .77 76.67 I I L ,M 000 2583.74 92 .01 000 .58 94.41 OOd .28 98.90 15 82 .81 38 705.98 I I M 5 81.60 24.09 I I I 5 80.63 36.79 I I I 1 2580.19 45.24 I I I 3 75.48 38816.10 I I I 1 .19 20 .46 I I I 00 " 68.65 38919.30 00 2568 .40 23.09 1 67.75 32.94 4 .56 35.83 12 66.26 55.58 I I I M 10 64.40 83.78 I I L ,M 0 2564.02 89.57 0 63.82 92.62 0 .34 99.9 2 (cent .} I . X . . .Exc . fief 8 62.47 39 013.16 I I 1 61.94 21.38 I I 8 2561.49 28.08 I I 1 ,13 35.56 I I 8 59 .72 55.09 I I L,M 5 .28 61.84 11 L ,M I 57.68 86.21 3 2557.28 92.53 I I 1 54.97 39127.65 1 .78 '30.58 I I 3 53.98 42.84 I I I 0 .65 43 .05 I I I 4 2552,44 66.45 Od .00 72.21 I I I 5 51.43 81.96 I I I 00 50 .32 99.01 I I BIBLIOSRAPPIY Bloch, L. and E., - Ann. de Pays. 7, 215, 1927. Arc and Spark Spectra of Bromine. 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