Relative H Line Intensities (Case B; 10,000K; 10,000 cm-3)


This is part of Table 6 from Hummer, D. G., & Storey, P. J., 1987, MNRAS, 224, 801. It lists intensities for H transitions relative to n=4 to n=2 (H-beta).



 

 

lower
level
2
3
4
5
6
7
upper
level
Balmer
Paschen
Brackett
Pfund
Humphreys
?
15
1.62e-2
5.49e-3
2.66e-3
1.52e-3
9.53e-4
6.38e-4
14
1.97e-2
6.72e-3
3.27e-3
1.87e-3
1.18e-3
7.88e-4
13
2.44e-2
8.37e-3
4.09e-3
2.35e-3
1.48e-3
9.89e-4
12
3.09e-2
1.06e-2
5.21e-3
2.99e-3
1.89e-3
1.26e-3
11
4.00e-2
1.38e-2
6.79e-3
3.91e-3
2.46e-3
1.65e-3
10
5.33e-2
1.84e-2
9.09e-3
5.24e-3
3.30e-3
2.20e-3
9
7.34e-2
2.54e-2
1.26e-2
7.25e-3
4.56e-3
2.99e-3
8
1.05e-1
3.65e-2
1.81e-2
1.04e-2
6.49e-3
4.01e-3
7
1.59e-1
5.53e-2
2.75e-2
1.58e-2
9.27e-3
 
6
2.60e-1
9.01e-2
4.47e-2
2.45e-2
 
 
5
4.69e-1
1.62e-1
7.77e-2
 
 
 
4
1.00e0
3.32e-1
 
 
 
 
3
2.85e0
 
 
 
 
 
 


Summary of relative line strengths (Br-gamma = 1.00)
 
 
Balmer
Paschen
Brackett
alpha
103.6
12.1
2.83
beta
36.4
5.9
1.63
gamma
17.1
3.3
1.00
delta
9.5
2.0
0.66
 


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