Our measured Cu I Stark FWHM (<em>W<sub>m</sub></em>) obtained at 18 400 K electron temperature at 6.3 <b>×</b>

<p><b>Table 3.</b> Our measured Cu I Stark FWHM (<em>W<sub>m</sub></em>) obtained at 18 400 K electron temperature at 6.3 <b>×</b> 10<sup>22</sup> m<sup>−3</sup> electron density. Transitions and wavelengths are taken from [<a href="http://iopscience.iop.org/0953-4075/46/18/185701/article#jpb478486bib25" target="_blank">25</a>]. The accuracy estimates are: 20% ≤ B ≤25% ≤ C ≤30%.</p> <p><strong>Abstract</strong></p> <p>In this work we present the Stark widths (<em>W</em>) of 22 neutral (Cu I) and 100 singly ionized (Cu II) copper spectral lines that have been measured at 18 400 K and 19 300 K electron temperatures and 6.3 <b>×</b> 10<sup> 22</sup> m<sup>−3</sup> and 2.1 <b>×</b> 10<sup> 23</sup> m<sup>−3</sup> electron densities, respectively. The experiment is conducted in the laser-induced plasma—the Nd:YAG laser, operating at 532 nm, was used to produce plasma from the copper sample in the residual air atmosphere at a pressure of 8 Pa. The electron temperature and density were estimated by the Boltzmann-plot method and from the Saha equation. The investigated Cu I lines belong to the 4s–4p', 4s<sup> 2</sup>–4p'' and 4p'–4d' transitions while Cu II spectral lines belong to the 4s–4p, 4p–5s, 4p–4d, 4p–4s<sup> 2</sup>, 4d–4f and 4d–v transitions. Comparison with existing experimental data was possible only in the case of 17 Cu II lines due to a lack of experimental and theoretical values. The rest of the data, Stark widths of 22 Cu I and 83 Cu II lines are published for the first time.</p>