Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser.
Volume 144, Number 1, May II 2000
|Page(s)||141 - 155|
|Published online||15 May 2000|
Atomic data from the Iron Project*
XLIII. Transition probabilities for Fe V
Department of Astronomy, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210, U.S.A.
2 UMR 8631, associée au CNRS et à l'Université Paris 7 et DAEC, Observatoire de Paris, F-92195 Meudon, France
Send offprint request to: S.N. Nahar
Accepted: 11 February 2000
An extensive set of dipole-allowed, intercombination, and forbidden transition probabilities for Fe V is presented. The Breit-Pauli R-matrix (BPRM) method is used to calculate oscillator strengths for the allowed and intercombination E1 transitions among 3865 fine-structure levels dominated by configuration complexes with and . These data are complemented by an atomic structure configuration interaction (CI) calculation using the SUPERSTRUCTURE program for 362 relativistic quadrupole (E2) and magnetic dipole (M1) transitions among 65 low-lying levels dominated by the 3d4 and 3ds configurations. Procedures have been developed for the identification of the large number of fine-structure levels and transitions obtained through the BPRM calculations. The target ion Fe VI is represented by an eigenfunction expansion of 19 fine-structure levels of 3d3 and a set of correlation configurations. Fe V bound levels are obtained with angular and spin symmetries and of the (e + Fe VI) system such that = 5, 3, 1, 10, of even and odd parities. The completeness of the calculated dataset is verified in terms of all possible bound levels belonging to relevant LS terms and transitions in correspondence with the LS terms. The fine-structure averaged relativistic values are compared with previous Opacity Project LS coupling data and other works. The 362 forbidden transition probabilities considerably extend the available data for the E2 and M1 transtions, and are in good agreement with those computed by Garstang for the 3d4 transitions.
Key words: atomic data
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