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Isotope shifts in Sb I

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Abstract

The isotope shifts of eight lines of Sb I covering the UV–NIR spectral range have been measured. We used two different experimental techniques: high-resolution emission spectroscopy and optogalvanic absorption spectroscopy with a tunable dye ring laser system. Recurring to pseudo-relativistic Hartee–Fock estimates, the field and specific mass shifts of numerous configurations were evaluated. The comparison between experimental and ab initio line shift values is very satisfactory.

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