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Journal Articles Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Year : 2023

Quantum mechanical line widths of ionized oxygen, silicon and aluminium; comparisons with recent experimental results

H Elabidi
R. Hamdi
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W Belhadj

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We present in this paper new quantum Half Widths at Half intensity Maximum (HWHM) for 101 spectral lines of the following ions: O II (35 lines), O III (20 lines), Si II (9 lines), Si III (12 lines) and Al III (25 lines). The present quantum results are compared to new experimental ones. No previous quantum calculations have been performed for these ions. The relatively high differences found between the new and previous measurements and the available theoretical calculations encourage us to conduct these quantum calculations. Our quantum method has been used many years ago and has given good results compared to other approaches, so it can be a useful tool to check the new experimental results, or to understand the disagreement found for some lines. Furthermore, the obtained results can be used for the abundance determination of elements, the calculation of stellar opacity, the interpretation and modelling of stellar spectra, and the estimation of the relative transfer through stellar plasmas, etc. Part of the present results will be also implemented to the database of Stark broadening parameters STARK-B.
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hal-04024546 , version 1 (16-03-2023)

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H Elabidi, S Sahal-Bréchot, Milan S. Dimitrijević, R. Hamdi, W Belhadj. Quantum mechanical line widths of ionized oxygen, silicon and aluminium; comparisons with recent experimental results. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, In press, ⟨10.1093/mnras/stad656⟩. ⟨hal-04024546⟩
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