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31) 2 dz = d0 . 5) instead of the spherical components, the transition probability of linearly polarized light emission in each of the cartesian axes is obtained. 8 shows an example for E = 2 × 106 Vm−1 and B = 3 T. 27) is neglected are also shown with the dashed lines in the same ﬁgure to clarify the eﬀect of the magnetic ﬁeld. References 1. I. Sobel’man, Introduction to the Theory of Atomic Spectra (Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1972) 2. H. Heckmann, E. Tr¨ abert, Introduction to the Spectroscopy of Atoms (NorthHolland, Amsterdam, 1989) 28 3.
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With a further increase in ne , Griem’s boundary comes down further, and reaches p = 2 at a high-enough density (see Fig. 8b). 9c shows the population kinetics at the high-density limit. Byron’s boundary level divides all the levels into two groups; the higher-lying levels are strongly coupled with each other and thus to the continuum states, and the lower-lying levels are in the ladder-like deexcitation ﬂow which eventually reaches the ground state. It can be shown that, in Fig. 23) is equal to –6, so that the minus 6th power distribution starts at this boundary as the smooth extrapolation from the LTE populations.