Spectral Line Shapes in Astrophysics: VI Serbian Conference on Spectral Line Shapes in Astrophysics (Vi Scslsa), Sremski Karlovci, Serbia, 11-15 June 2007

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  • Copyright: 2007-10-01
  • Publisher: Amer Inst of Physics

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The VI Serbian Conference on Spectral Line Shapes in Astrophysics was about the investigation of spectral line shapes in extragalactic objects, such as, active galactic nuclei, stellar atmospheres, and astrophysical spectra in general. Atomic spectral line shapes in various discharges and plasma devices was also discussed. The main purpose of the Conference was to present and discuss new results found by participants working in this research field, and to review significant topics.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
Sponsorsp. x
Scientific Organizing Committeep. xi
Local Organizing Committeep. xii
Spectral Lines in Extragalactic Objects
X-ray Absorption Line Diagnostics of Quasar Outflowsp. 3
SDSS Spectroscopic Surveysp. 11
Line Profile Variability in AGNsp. 15
Studies of Local Milky-Way Kinematics via Line-of-Sight Velocitiesp. 23
High Precision Spectroscopy of Stellar Populationsp. 27
3D Spectroscopy of Nuclear and Extranuclear Regions of Nearby AGNp. 35
Emission Lines in X-ray Spectra of Clusters of Galaxiesp. 43
Iron K[subscript alpha] Line Simulations for Black Holes: The Simplest Modelp. 51
The Hidden Disk Emission in the Single Peaked Sy1 Balmer Emission Linesp. 59
Studying the Complex Absorption and Emission Lines in AGN Spectrap. 65
Physical Properties of the BLR of AGN: Boltzmann-Plot vs. CLOUDY Modelsp. 70
The Shape of the Fe K[alpha] Spectral Line in the Case of Partly Obscured Accretion Diskp. 76
Detailed Analysis of Balmer Lines in a Selected Sample of 90 Broad Line AGNp. 82
Spectral Lines in the Afterglow of Gamma Ray Burstsp. 88
Determination of Accretion Disc Parameters in the Case of Five AGN with Double-peaked Linesp. 94
Time Lag between the Optical Continuum and Line Variabilities of NGC 4151p. 98
Asymmetry of the C IV [lambda] 1549 A and [O III] [lambda] [lambda] 4959, 5007 A Lines in a Sample of RQ and RL AGNp. 104
Stellar and Interstellar Spectral Lines
The Broadening of Spectral Lines by Collisions with Neutral Hydrogen Atoms in Cool Starsp. 111
The DACs and SACs Effects from Stars to Quasars. Some First General Noticesp. 119
Bowen Fluorescence in the Symbiotic Nova RR Telescopiip. 127
Chemi-ionization Processes. Alkali-metal Geocosmical Plasmasp. 136
Recent Work on Line Shapes for the Spectra of Cool Starsp. 142
World Space Observatory-Ultraviolet: International Missions for UV Spectroscopy and Imagingp. 148
Plasma Analogue for Astrophysical Dustp. 156
Stark Broadening of Cr II Spectral Lines in Stellar Atmospheresp. 164
Alkali Line Profiles in Degenerate Dwarfsp. 170
The Evolution of Some Physical Parameters in the DACs/SACs Regions in Be Stellar Atmospheresp. 176
Pulsations of Rapidly Oscillating Ap Stars and Vertical Structure of Their Atmospheresp. 183
On the Correlation between Space Velocity and Metallicity for Nearby F, G, K Starsp. 190
A Statistical Study of Physical Parameters of the C IV Density Regions in 20 Oe Starsp. 194
Long-term Variability of the Coronal and Post-coronal Regions of the Oe Star HD 149757 (zeta Oph)p. 198
Radial Dependence of Extinction in Parent Galaxies of Supernovaep. 202
The N IV Density Regions in the Spectra of 20 Oe Starsp. 206
Investigation of the Post-coronal Density Regions of Oe Stars, with the N V UV Resonance Linesp. 210
The Influence of Chemi-ionization and Chemi-recombination Processes on H Lines in M Dwarf Atmospheresp. 214
Spectroscopy at the ASV and Cooperation with Belogradchik Observatoryp. 218
An Analysis of Local Milky-Way Kinematics Based on Proper-Motion and Line-of-Sight Velocity ARIHIP Datap. 222
Spectral Lines in Laboratory Plasma
On the Broadening of Spectral Lines in Surface Wave Dischargesp. 229
Electron, Ion and Atom Collisions Leading to Anomalous Doppler Broadening in Hydrogenp. 237
Experimental and Theoretical Determination of Temperature in Plasmasp. 245
Shapes of Spectral Lines of Nonuniform Plasma of Electric Arc Discharge between Copper Electrodesp. 252
Cowan Code and Stark Broadening of Spectral Lines of S II, S III and S IVp. 258
The Modeling of the Continuous Emission Spectrum of a Dense Non-ideal Plasma in Optical Regionp. 262
Calculation of Shift of Argon Lines by Elastic Collisions Emitter-Neutral Atomsp. 268
Quantum-mechanical Calculations of Ne VII Spectral Line Widthsp. 272
Atomic Data and Stark Broadening Parameters for Si VI Ionp. 276
Calculation of the Multiplet Factor (l[superscript n subscript 1]l[superscript m subscript 2]l[superscript p subscript 3]) in LS-couplingp. 280
Experimental and Theoretical Stark Widths for Au IIp. 284
Determination of the Gas Temperature of an Argon Microwave Plasma at Atmospheric Pressure Using van der Waals Broadeningp. 287
Photos of Participantsp. 293
Author Indexp. 309
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