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
5174.5776 Th II - 1 6d3 4F5/2 9400.96493 6d.7s.(3D).7p °3/2 37601.7026
5175.073 Th II - 1 5f.6d.(1F°).7s °7/2 18973.77768 5f.7s.(3F°).7p 7/2 38389.3755
5176.729 Th II 1 1 5f.6d.(3G°).7s 411/2 15349.88002 5f.6d.(3H°).7p 4I11/2 34661.7102
5177.0803 Th II 3 3 5f.6d.(3D°).7s 23/2 15710.84204 5f.7s.(3F°).7p 4D3/2 35021.3741
5177.097 Th II 20 20 6d.7s.(3D).7p °3/2 37601.7026 5f2.6d+5f.6d.7p 5/2 51935.6876
5179.999 Th II - - 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °11/2 25414.92113 5f2.6d+5f.6d.7p 9/2 49837.6587
5181.9878 Th II - 1 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) 411/2 17771.06472 5f.6d.(3H°).7p 9/2 42955.8455
5182.52695 Th II 105 98 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) 413/2 18816.8664 5f2.(3H).6d 4K15/2 38107.1004
5183.2901 Th II - 1 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °7/2 16906.59928 5f.7s.(3F°).7p 9/2 34553.9543
5183.98965 Th II 135 118 5f.6d.(3F°).7s 49/2 12488.28836 5f.7s.(3F°).7p 9/2 34553.9543
5184.6388 Th II 1 1 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) 411/2 17771.06472 5f.7s.(3F°).7p 11/2 37679.6967
5184.7315 Th II 65 59 5f.6d.(3F°).7s 25/2 12472.17734 5f.7s.(1F°).7p 5/2 39366.9075
5185.3652 Th III 6 6 5f.6d 31 11123.1791 5f2 3P1 30402.8549
5186.094 Th II - - 5f.6d.(1G°).7p 7/2 36809.2811 5f2.7p °9/2 49495.5594
5187.4677 Th II 90 79 6d2.(3F).7s 4F3/2 1859.93843 5f.6d.(1P°).7s °3/2 21131.79959
5187.9517 Th I 2 2 5f.6d.7s2 14 10414.137 5f.6d.7s.7p 5H5 26380.54194
5188.3656 Th II 135 118 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °7/2 16906.59928 5f.7s.(1F°).7p 5/2 39366.9075
5189.6772 Th II 135 118 5f.(2F°).6d2.(1G) °11/2 24309.22275 5f.6d.(3F°).7p 9/2 42200.2124
5190.87201 Th II 225 197 6d.(2D).7s2 5/2 4113.35932 6d.7s.(3D).7p °3/2 37601.7026
5191.5321 Th III 9 8 5f.7s °3 2527.0955 5f2 3F4 21783.86935
5192.409 Th I - - 6d.7s2.7p 34 18053.617845 6d4 3 37307.1417
5192.7472 Th I 2 2 5f.6d.7s2 34 14206.91694 5f.6d.7s.7p 3H4 33459.18355
5193.82561 Th II 180 158 6d.7s2 2D3/2 0 5f.6d.(3D°).7s °5/2 16033.14845
5194.144 Th II - - 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3P) °7/2 20969.0139 5f.6d.(3H°).7p 5/2 39700.5832
5194.2465 Th II - - 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3P) °5/2 40654.4654 5f.7s.(1F°).7p 5/2 39366.9075
5195.276 Th II - - 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °11/2 25414.92113 5f2.6d+5f.6d.7p 9/2 49837.6587
5196.0446 Th II - 1 6d3 7/2 10855.32366 6d.7s.(3D).7p °5/2 44821.9067
5196.52 Th II - - 5f.6d.(3G°).7s 45/2 9585.40432 5f.7s.(3F°).7p 5/2 37945.1099
5196.574 Th I - - 6d.7s2.7p 13 18069.065569 6d4 3 37307.1417
5197.691 Th II - - 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3P) °3/2 23012.0585 5f.6d.(3P°).7p 1/2 40523.7301
5198.842 Th II 330 298 6d3 7/2 10855.32366 5f.(2F°).6d2.(1D) °7/2 31800.1933
5202.0087 Th I 6 5 6d.7s2.7p 31 11877.839132 6d4 3D2 31095.8313
5203.84792 Th I 105 99 5f.6d.7s2 34 14206.91694 6d4 4 38366.5775
5204.9905 Th II 1 1 5f.(2F°).6d2.(1D) °3/2 17121.62038 5f2.(3P).7s 4P3/2 36328.6024
5205.7787 Th II 180 160 5f.6d.(3G°).7s 411/2 15349.88002 5f.7s.(3F°).7p 9/2 34553.9543
5206.49562 Th II 135 120 6d2.(3F).7s 4F9/2 6213.49036 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °11/2 25414.92113
5206.6625 Th II 90 80 5f.6d.(3F°).7s °5/2 10673.13832 5f2.(3F).7s 7/2 29873.95281
5210.5748 Th II 2 2 6d3 4F5/2 9400.96493 5f.(2F°).6d2.(1G) °5/2 35156.9127
5211.5781 Th II - 1 6d2.(3P).7s 4P5/2 9061.10354 6d.7s.(3D).7p °5/2 44821.9067
5212.3471 Th I 2 1 6d.7s2.7p 32 19039.153374 6d4 2 38219.0283
5214.1613 Th II 90 80 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) 413/2 19912.3404 5f2.(3H).6d 13/2 40724.7328
5214.9668 Th III 6 6 5f.6d 30 11232.6148 5f2 3P1 30402.8549
5216.59671 Th II 270 241 6d2.(3F).7s 4F5/2 1521.89632 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °5/2 20310.94225
5218.52705 Th II 225 201 5f.6d.(3F°).7s 45/2 7331.48541 5f.7s.(3F°).7p 5/2 37945.1099
5219.9647 Th II 1 1 5f.6d.(3G°).7s 49/2 13468.96833 5f2.(3H).6d 4K11/2 32620.8568
5224.1226 Th II 1 1 6d2.(3P).7s 1/2 7828.56081 5f.(2F°).6d2.(3F) °3/2 19050.82932
5225.074 Th II - 1 6d2.(1D).7s 2D3/2 12219.97621 6d.7s.(3D).7p °3/2 37601.7026
5225.583 Th II 65 61 5f.6d.(1F°).7s °7/2 18973.77768 5f2.(3P).7s 5/2 38105.0734
5226.5642 Th I - 1 6d2.7s.7p 54 20566.62381 5f.6d2.7p 5I5 39694.3296
5227.6454 Th II - - 5f.6d.(3D°).7s °5/2 16033.14845 5f2.(3F).6d 3/2 41936.5335
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