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CATALOGUING EMISSION LINE SPECTRA FROM FE VII{FE XXIV IN THE EXTREME ULTRAVIOLET

@article{Lepson2000CATALOGUINGEL,
  title={CATALOGUING EMISSION LINE SPECTRA FROM FE VII\{FE XXIV IN THE EXTREME ULTRAVIOLET},
  author={Jaan Kaimanu Lepson and Peter Beiersdorfer and Gregory V. Brown and S. M. Kahn and Duane A. Liedahl and Christopher W. Mauche and Steven Bryan Utter},
  journal={Revista Mexicana De Astronomia Y Astrofisica},
  year={2000},
  volume={9},
  pages={137-139}
}
Detailed laboratory astrophysics measurements are in progress to produce spectral tables for the Fe VII { Fe XXIV line emission in the EUV wavelength band. Results for Fe XIII are presented that update line lists used in the Chandra Emission Line Project. 
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