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Gold atoms also have one electron in the PI subgroup. Of course, if all the quantum numbers of each electron were considered, it would be seen that no two electrons in an atom have the same complete set of quantum numbers. 2. 1. General The characteristic line spectrum consists of a series of discrete wavelengths-x-ray spectral lines-characteristic of the emitting element and having various relative intensities. The line spectrum of an element originates when electrons are expelled from the inner levels of its atoms, and electrons from levels farther out fall into the vacancies.
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Appendix 8. Values of the K and LIII Absorption-Edge Jump Ratios rand (r - I)/r of the Chemical Elements. Appendix 9. Average Values of the K, L, and M Fluorescent Yields of the Chemical Elements . . . . . . Appendix 10. X-Ray Spectrometer Analyzer Crystals and Multilayer Films . . . . . . . Appendix IIA. Glossary of Frequently Used Notation Appendix lIB. Prefixes for Physical Units . . . Appendix 12. Periodic Table of the Chemical Elements 972 976 977 980 981 1003 1008 1009 Bibliography 1011 Books 1014 Periodicals General Reviews .