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Configuration interaction effect on open M shell Fe and Ni LTE spectral opacities, Rosseland and Planck means

D Gilles1, M Busquet2, F Gilleron3, M Klapisch4 and J-C Pain3 1 CEA, DSM, IRFU, F-91191 Gif-sur-Yvette, Cedex, France, 2 Research Support Instruments, Lanham, MD 20706, USA, 3 CEA, DAM, DIF, F-91297 Arpajon, France, 4 Berkeley Research Associates, Beltsville, MD 21042, USA We … Continue reading

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A relativistic iron emission line from the neutron star low-mass X-ray binary GX 3+1

S. Piraino (1,2), A. Santangelo (2), P. Kaaret (3) , B. Mück (2), A. D’Aí (4), T. Di Salvo (4), R. Iaria (4), N. Robba (4), L. Burderi (5), and E. Egron (5) ((1) INAF-IASF di Palermo, via Ugo La … Continue reading

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The Carina Project. V. The impact of NLTE effects on the iron content

M. Fabrizio (1), T. Merle (2), F. Thévenin (2), M. Nonino (4), G. Bono (1,4), P. B. Stetson (5,6), I. Ferraro (4), G. Iannicola (4), M. Monelli (7,8), A. R. Walker (9), R. Buonanno (1,10), F. Caputo (4), C. E. … Continue reading

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Comparison of Fe and Ni opacity calculations for a better understanding of pulsating stellar envelopes

D. Gilles (a), S. Turck-Chièze (a), G. Loisel (a), L. Piau (a), J.-E. Ducret (a), M. Poirier (b), T. Blenski (b), F. Thais (b), C. Blancard (c), P. Cossé (c), G. Faussurier (c), F. Gilleron (c), J.C. Pain (c), Q. … Continue reading

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Iron and nickel spectral opacity calculations in conditions relevant for pulsating stellar envelopes and experiments

D. Gilles (1), S. Turck-Chièze (1), M. Busquet (2), F. Thais (3), G. Loisel (4), L. Piau (1), J.E. Ducret (1), T. Blenski (3), C. Blancard (5), P. Cossé (5), G. Faussurier, F. Gilleron (5), J.C. Pain (5), Q. Porcherot (5), J.A. … Continue reading

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