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1. O. Jitrik and C.F. Bunge Transition probabilities for hydrogen-like atoms J.Phys.Chem.Ref.Data 33,1059(2004) |
2. O. Jitrik and C.F. Bunge Salient features of electric and magnetic multipole transition probabilities of hydrogen-like systems Physica Scripta 69,196(2004) |

E1, M1, E2, M2, E3 and M3 transition probabilities for hydrogen-like atoms evaluated with point-nucleus Dirac eigenfunctions for Z=1-118 and up to high quantum numbers n=26 and l=25 are presented.

Accuracy has been critically evaluated in Ref. 1.

The tables list the states involved in each transition, wavelength, term energies, statistical weights, transition probabilities, oscillator strengths, line strengths and log gf. The complete results include 1863574 distinct transition probabilities, lifetimes and branching fractions.

Emission and absorption patterns are discussed in Ref. 2.

Notation: states are denoted by a triplet of nlj quantum numbers, the value of n being followed by the lj denomination, S, p, P,...,j, J, for s_1/2, p_1/2, p_3/2,..., j_49/2, and j_51/2.

Work supported by the people of Mexico throught CONACYT grant 27626-E.

Set 1

This set includes all transitions between states with maximum azimuthal quantum number l=25 and maximum principal quantum number n=26 with the restrictions: for l<5, up to n=7; for l>4, up to n=l+3.

Total number of states: 163

Set 2

This set includes all transitions between states with maximum azimuthal quantum number l=3 and maximum principal quantum number n=25.

Total number of states: 163

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