Line Tables

These tables give observed air wavelengths for the 2000-20000 Å range for spectra other than Fr I. Outside of the 2000-20000 Å range, the wavelengths are vacuum wavelengths. Lines of Fr I are extrapolated vacuum wavelengths from known energy levels. All observed lines are from NIST ASD. All energy level information is from NIST ASD. Wavelengths from MIT Wavelength Tables have been omitted as this publication appears to still be under copyright. However, in some cases, the exact same wavelength is given by NIST and MIT; in that case, the line is included.

Line intensities have been adjusted in the visible region to match photographed visible spectra. Line intensities of Rn have been adjusted to match the Grotrian diagram of Rn I. Line intensities in the infrared and ultraviolet are less reliable, but every effort was made to estimate them as accurately as possible. The elements He, O, Cl, Ar, Kr, and Xe have had their NIR lines photographed out to roughly 11000 Å. The intensities of the "brightest" several IR lines of each of these elements, in the 7000-10000 Å range, can be trusted. For the range of 800-8000 Å, estimated visual brightnesses (EVB) are given. A dash in either of the intensity columns means the line intensity would be less than one relative to other lines of the same spectrum.

All Spectra

H   He
Li Be   B C N O F Ne
Na Mg   Al Si P S Cl Ar
K Ca   Sc Ti V Cr Mn Fe Co Ni Cu Zn Ga Ge As Se Br Kr
Rb Sr   Y Zr Nb Mo Tc Ru Rh Pd Ag Cd In Sn Sb Te I Xe
Cs Ba La Ce Pr Nd Pm Sm Eu Gd Tb Dy Ho Er Tm Yb Lu Hf Ta W Re Os Ir Pt Au Hg Tl Pb Bi Po At Rn
Fr Ra Ac Th Pa U Np Pu Am Cm Bk Cf Es Fm Md No Lr Rf Db Sg Bh Hs Mt Ds Rg Cn Nh Fl Mc Lv Ts Og

Entire Range | 2000-10000 Å | Visible Region | Si CCD/CMOS Region | Thermal IR | Vacuum UV
Specific Wavelength (rounded):  Å  nm

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λ, Å E. Sp.# Rel.Int. EVB Lower Config Lower Term+J Lower Level Upper Config Upper Term+J Upper Level
3801.0723 Pt I 30 - 5d8.6s2 3F2 15501.8344 5d8.6s.(2D).6p a 31 41802.733
3802.3589 Pt I 20 - 5d8.6s.(2D).6p a 31 41802.733 5d9.6d 3F2 68094.734
3805.2973 Pt I 8 - 5d8.6s.(4F).6p a 54 36296.294 5d9.8s 3D3 62567.983
3806.925 Pt II 35 - 5d7.6s2 4F7/2 34647.266 5d8.(3F).6p (4,3/2)°9/2 60907.72
3815.0673 Pt I 40 - 5d8.6s2 3P0 16983.435 5d8.6s.(4F).6p 51 43187.829
3817.5962 Pt II 15 - 5d7.6s.6p 79607°5/2 79607.522 5d8.(3F).7s (3,1/2)7/2 105794.571
3818.6874 Pt I 300 - 5d8.6s2 3F3 10116.7158 5d8.6s.(4F).6p a 54 36296.294
3822.7531 Pt II 45 - 5d7.6s.6p 75365°5/2 75365.892 5d8.(3P).7s (2,1/2)3/2 101517.63
3837.288 Pt I 6 - 5d9.6s 3D2 6567.4517 5d9.6p a 32 32620.0047
3842.9632 Pt II 15 - 5d8.(1G).6p (4,1/2)°7/2 75184.933 5d8.(3P).7s (2,1/2)5/2 101199.134
3850.41 Pt II 5 - 5d8.(1G).6p 84182°9/2 84182.738 5d8.(3P).6d (2,5/2)7/2 110146.852
3854.5252 Pt II 30 - 5d8.6p 75581°3/2 75581.466 5d8.(3P).7s (2,1/2)3/2 101517.63
3863.2223 Pt I 60 - 5d8.6s2 3P1 18566.545 5d8.6s.(4F).6p 52 44444.346
3865.7875 Pt I 8 - 5d9.6p 31 36844.695 5d9.8s 1D2 62705.315
3868.4209 Pt I 15 - 5d8.6s.(4F).6p b 55 38536.1439 5d8.(3F4).6s.6d b (4,?)5 64379.15
3869.8816 Pt II 9 - 5d7.6s.6p 75365°5/2 75365.892 5d8.(3P).7s (2,1/2)5/2 101199.134
3875.715 Pt I 15 - 5d8.6s.(4F).6p b 55 38536.1439 5d8.(3F4).6s.6d b (4,?)6 64330.516
3876.9749 Pt I 15 - 5d9.6p 33 34122.1452 5d9.6d a 1D2 59908.156
3880.8488 Pt I 20 - 5d9.6p 33 34122.1452 5d9.6d 3F4 59882.41
3882.3976 Pt I 25 - 5d9.6p 33 34122.1452 5d9.6d 1F3 59872.128
3885.2172 Pt I 15 - 5d8.6s.(4F).6p b 55 38536.1439 5d8.(3F4).6s.6d.(3D?) a (4,?)5 64267.433
3894.329 Pt II 2 - 5d7.6s.6p 91669°7/2 91669.99 5d8.(1G).7s (4,1/2)9/2 117340.901
3898.7316 Pt I 150 - 5d9.6p 33 34122.1452 5d9.6d 3D3 59764.253
3900.7228 Pt I 300 1 5d9.6p 33 34122.1452 5d9.6d a 3G4 59751.167
3902.451 Pt II 45 - 5d8.6p 75581°3/2 75581.466 5d8.(3P).7s (2,1/2)5/2 101199.134
3903.7085 Pt I 15 - 5d9.6p 33 34122.1452 5d9.6d 3P2 59731.559
3904.3823 Pt I 35 - 5d8.6s.(4F).6p b 55 38536.1439 5d8.(3F4).6s.6d.(3D?) a (4,?)6 64141.143
3905.57 Pt II 6 - 5d8.(1G).6p (4,3/2)°7/2 80197.371 5d8.(3F).7s (3,1/2)7/2 105794.571
3908.749 Pt II 5 - 5d7.6s.6p 80858°5/2 80858.512 5d8.(3F).6d (4,5/2)5/2 106434.974
3910.8955 Pt I 35 - 5d8.6s.(4F).6p a 53 35321.637 5d8.(3F4).6s.7s.(1S0) (4,0)4 60883.985
3922.9559 Pt I 750 3 5d8.6s.(4F).6p 54 30156.846 5d8.(3F4).6s.7s.(3S1) (4,1)5 55640.612
3925.2718 Pt I 60 - 5d8.6s.(4F).6p a 53 35321.637 5d8.(3F4).6s.7s.(3S1) (4,1)3 60790.38
3925.3359 Pt I 450 2 5d8.6s2 3F2 15501.8344 5d8.6s.(4F).6p 53 40970.1568
3926.3831 Pt I 30 - 5d8.6s.(4F).6p b 53 42660.048 5d9.6d b 3G4 68121.568
3941.5998 Pt I 35 - 5d9.6p b 32 37342.089 5d9.8s 1D2 62705.315
3944.109 Pt I 3 - 5d8.6s.(4F).6p b 53 42660.048 5d9.6d 3G3 68006.936
3948.385 Pt I 450 2 5d9.6s b 1D2 13496.2595 5d8.6s.(2D).6p a 32 38815.894
3948.591 Pt II 4 - 5d7.6s2 4P1/2 46046.461 5d8.(3F).6p (3,3/2)°3/2 71364.741
3953.6375 Pt I 15 - 5d8.6s2 3F2 15501.8344 5d8.6s.(4P).6p 52 40787.8417
3963.041 Pt I 2 - 5d9.6p b 32 37342.089 5d9.8s 3D3 62567.983
3966.357 Pt I 570 4 5d8.6s2 3F3 10116.7158 5d8.6s.(4F).6p a 53 35321.637
3970.0518 Pt II 105 1 5d7.6s2 4F5/2 36484.069 5d8.(3F).6p (4,3/2)°7/2 61665.5284
3980.601 Pt I 25 - 5d8.6s2 1D2 26638.576 5d8.6s.(2F).6p 32 51753.297
3982.259 Pt II 4 - 5d7.6s.6p 80858°5/2 80858.512 5d8.(3F).7s (3,1/2)5/2 105962.56
3996.5674 Pt I 315 3 5d8.6s2 3F2 15501.8344 5d8.6s.(4F).6p 52 40516.229
3998.79 Pt II 5 - 5d7.6s2 4P5/2 41434.119 5d8.(3P).6p (2,3/2)°7/2 66434.382
4001.8 Pt I 5 - 5d8.6s.(4F).6p 51 43187.829 5d9.6d b 1D2 68169.426
4002.4834 Pt I 135 2 5d9.6p 34 37590.5647 5d9.8s 3D3 62567.983
4009.095 Pt I 65 1 5d9.6p 33 37769.0673 5d9.8s 1D2 62705.315
4013.7145 Pt II 585 7 5d8.6p 76610°3/2 76610.092 5d8.(3P).7s (2,1/2)3/2 101517.63
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