Investigation of hyperfine structure of Lanthanum, Holmium and Niobium (hfs)
Continuation of international cooperation with the Istanbul University:
Laser spectroscopy provides important experimental atomic and molecular data needed for various scientific areas such as plasma physics, gaseous electronics, astronomy, astrophysics, biomedicine and environmental applications. The results from spectroscopic measurements form the basis for international atomic and molecular databases. These data include line identification, wavelengths, energy levels, oscillator strengths as well as hyperfine structure and isotope shift data. In this project, our main aims are to find new energy levels, to classify unclassified lines in the spectra and to determine unknown hyperfine structure constants for the Elements Lanthanum, Holmium and Niobium. For these purposes we will apply laser optogalvanic spectroscopy (LOGS) and laser induced fluorescence spectroscopy (LIFS) methods in the near infrared wavelength range.
1.1.2018 - 31.12.2020
- Prof. Gönül Başar, Istanbul University, Faculty of Science, Department of Physics
Istanbul University BAP (Sientific Research Projects)