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
5587.7351 Th II 225 222 5f.(2F°).6d2.(1G) °11/2 24309.22275 5f.6d.(3H°).7p 9/2 42955.8455
5587.856 Th II - - 5f.(2F°).6d2.(1G) °11/2 24309.22275 5f.6d.(3F°).7p 9/2 42200.2124
5588.662 Th II 225 222 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) 29/2 30956.5675 5f2.6d+5f.6d.7p 9/2 49837.6587
5588.8686 Th II 6 6 6d2.(3P).7s 4P1/2 6244.29489 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) 43/2 24132.0358
5589.671 Th II - - 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) 47/2 22685.44712 5f.6d.(3F°).7p 7/2 40570.631
5591.124 Th II - - 5f.6d.(1H°).7s 211/2 22014.8788 5f.6d.(3G°).7p 9/2 40367.445
5591.27 Th II - 1 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °7/2 16906.59928 5f2.(1G).6d 9/2 41398.5108
5592.125 Th II - 1 6d.7s.(3D).7p °5/2 44821.9067 5f2.6d+5f.6d.7p 7/2 42751.3291
5592.796 Th II 1 1 6d3 2H11/2 17727.24685 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °11/2 25414.92113
5593.2683 Th II 4 4 5f.6d.(3F°).7s 47/2 9720.29776 5f2.(3F).7s 5/2 27593.9678
5593.48 Th II 4 4 5f.(2F°).6d2.(1D) °9/2 20989.80656 5f2.(1I).7s 11/2 38862.8172
5593.61205 Th I 225 222 6d2.7s2 3P1 3865.473772 5f.6d2.7s 52 21738.05013
5594.583 Th II 5 5 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °7/2 16906.59928 5f.6d.(3F°).7p 9/2 42200.2124
5595.6097 Th II 6 6 6d3 2H11/2 17727.24685 6d2.(3F).7p °9/2 42319.0163
5595.8463 Th I 10 12 6d2.7s2 3P0 2558.056752 6d.7s2.7p 31 20423.494218
5596.152 Th II 3 3 5f.6d.(1F°).7s °7/2 18973.77768 5f.7s.(3F°).7p 5/2 37945.1099
5596.8375 Th I 3 3 5f.6d.7s2 33 11241.73043 6d4 3G4 29104.00388
5599.3 Th II 5 5 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °5/2 20310.94225 5f.7s.(1F°).7p 7/2 38165.3562
5600.467 Th II 20 20 6d.7s.(3D).7p 47/2 30994.2669 5f2.6d+5f.6d.7p 9/2 49837.6587
5601.136 Th II - 1 6d3 4F5/2 9400.96493 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3P) 47/2 27249.54521
5601.60316 Th I 135 133 6d2.7s2 3F2 0 5f.6d.7s2 32 17847.07751
5603.764 Th I 7 7 5f.6d2.7s 53 15618.98461 5f.6d.7s.7p 3H4 33459.18355
5604.51562 Th II 270 266 6d.7s2 2D3/2 0 5f.6d.(3P°).7s °1/2 17837.80261
5604.666 Th II 4 4 5f.(2F°).6d2.(1G) °11/2 24309.22275 5f.6d.(3G°).7p 11/2 46555.6
5605.247 Th II 4 4 5f.6d.(1F°).7s °7/2 18973.77768 5f.6d.(1G°).7p 7/2 36809.2811
5605.2957 Th I 10 11 5f.6d2.7s 57 20867.9756 5f.6d.7s.7p 3l7 38703.2954
5606.539 Th II 2 2 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °3/2 19050.82932 5f.6d.(3P°).7p 1/2 40523.7301
5608.1 Th II 2 2 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °3/2 19050.82932 5f2.(3F).6d 1/2 39948.394
5609.3 Th II 6 6 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °9/2 17722.98541 5f2.(3H).6d 4I9/2 35545.5867
5611.144 Th II - - 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3P) °9/2 36193.4362 5f2.6d+5f.6d.7p 7/2 42751.3291
5611.775 Th II - 1 5f.6d.(3P°).7s °3/2 15144.73767 5f.6d.(1D°).7p 3/2 32959.478
5612.06806 Th I 90 91 5f.6d.7s2 14 10414.137 5f.7s2.7p 3F4 28227.93504
5612.4389 Th I 2 2 5f.6d.7s2 36 14481.86965 5f.6d.7s.7p 5H7 32294.49368
5612.6174 Th II 15 13 6d3 2D15/2 28026.3485 6d2.(3P).7p °3/2 36444.8105
5614.187 Th II - 1 5f.(2F°).6d2.(1D) °5/2 32850.0647 5f2.6d+5f.6d.7p 5/2 51935.6876
5614.337 Th II - 1 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3P) °5/2 40654.4654 5f2.6d+5f.6d.7p 7/2 42751.3291
5615.008 Th II 3 3 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) 43/2 24132.0358 5f2.(3F).6d 3/2 41936.5335
5615.31949 Th I 225 221 6d2.7s2 3P1 3865.473772 6d2.7s.7p 51 19817.18191
5615.635 Th II 5 5 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3P) °3/2 23012.0585 5f2.6d+5f.6d.7p 5/2 51935.6876
5615.7287 Th II 10 11 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °9/2 17722.98541 5f2.(3H).6d 11/2 45735.0949
5616.438 Th I - 1 6d2.7s.7p 54 20566.62381 6d4 4 38366.5775
5616.503 Th I 2 2 5f.6d2.7s 55 17501.17592 5f.6d2.7p 5K5 35300.9146
5616.6909 Th I 7 7 5f.6d2.7s 53 15618.98461 6d4 4 38366.5775
5617.217 Th II - 1 5f2.(1D).7s 5/2 34174.5433 6d2.(3P).7p °3/2 36444.8105
5618.9258 Th I 2 2 5f.6d2.7s 34 21902.26981 5f.6d2.7p 5I5 39694.3296
5619.422 Th II - 1 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3P) °7/2 20969.0139 5f2.6d+5f.6d.7p 7/2 42751.3291
5619.526 Th I - - 6d2.7s.7p 52 19516.98043 6d4 3 37307.1417
5620.0193 Th I 7 7 5f.6d2.7s 55 18011.3803 5f.6d.7s.7p 3I6 35799.97381
5620.918 Th II 5 5 5f.6d.(3G°).7s °7/2 14790.99291 5f.7s.(1F°).7p 7/2 38165.3562
5621.7884 Th I 4 3 5f.6d2.7s 55 18011.3803 6d4 3F14 35794.3768
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