Atomic transitions and the first ionization potential of promethium determined by laser spectroscopy

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Atomic transitions and the first ionization potential of promethium determined by laser spectroscopy. / Studer, Dominik; Heinitz, Stephan; Heinke, Reinhard; Naubereit, Pascal; Dressler, Rugard; Guerrero, Carlos; Köster, Ulli; Schumann, Dorethea; Wendt, Klaus.

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Studer, D, Heinitz, S, Heinke, R, Naubereit, P, Dressler, R, Guerrero, C, Köster, U, Schumann, D & Wendt, K 2019, 'Atomic transitions and the first ionization potential of promethium determined by laser spectroscopy', Physical Review A, vol. 99javascript:void(0);, 062513, pp. 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevA.99.062513

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Studer, D., Heinitz, S., Heinke, R., Naubereit, P., Dressler, R., Guerrero, C., ... Wendt, K. (2019). Atomic transitions and the first ionization potential of promethium determined by laser spectroscopy. Physical Review A, 99javascript:void(0);, 1-8. [062513]. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevA.99.062513

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Studer D, Heinitz S, Heinke R, Naubereit P, Dressler R, Guerrero C et al. Atomic transitions and the first ionization potential of promethium determined by laser spectroscopy. Physical Review A. 2019 Jun 26;99javascript:void(0);:1-8. 062513. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevA.99.062513

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Studer, Dominik ; Heinitz, Stephan ; Heinke, Reinhard ; Naubereit, Pascal ; Dressler, Rugard ; Guerrero, Carlos ; Köster, Ulli ; Schumann, Dorethea ; Wendt, Klaus. / Atomic transitions and the first ionization potential of promethium determined by laser spectroscopy. In: Physical Review A. 2019 ; Vol. 99javascript:void(0);. pp. 1-8.

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