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Analysis of Very High Excitation Fe I Lines (4f–5g) in the Solar Infrared Spectrum

  • S. Johansson (a1), G. Nave (a2), M. Geller (a3), A. J. Sauval (a4) and N. Grevesse (a5)...

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We present a detailed analysis of very high excitation lines (4f–5g) of Fe I which are present in the spectral region 2545–2585 cm–1 in high resolution spectra both in the laboratory and in the ATMOS solar spectra obtained from space. A value of the solar abundance of iron which agrees with the meteoritic value is derived.

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Analysis of Very High Excitation Fe I Lines (4f–5g) in the Solar Infrared Spectrum

  • S. Johansson (a1), G. Nave (a2), M. Geller (a3), A. J. Sauval (a4) and N. Grevesse (a5)...

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