fundamental series

fundamental series

[¦fən·də¦ment·əl ′sir·ēz]
(spectroscopy)
A series occurring in the line spectra of many atoms and ions having one, two, or three electrons in the outer shell, in which the total orbital angular momentum quantum number changes from 3 to 2.
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The eight-step, best practices approach described by Melissa Dederer, IGP, CRM, and April Dmytrenko, CRM, FAI, in the RIM Fundamental Series article begins with assessing the organization's information to determine what exists, where it is, who owns it, why it is being retained, and when it can be disposed of.
And he added: "How are we going to attract more people to watch cricket in this country if major broadcasters wash their hands of fundamental series like Australia v England?
Every technical and university library should subscribe to this fundamental series of publications.
Our RIM Fundamental series article, which was excerpted from ARMA International's just-published Auditing for Records and Information Management Program Compliance (ARMA International TR 25-2014), identifies "The Elements to Be Assessed in a RIM Audit.
In this issue's RIM Fundamental Series article, Doug Smith provides a primer on predictive coding.
This book is also the last in the Archival Fundamental Series Il initiated and published by the Society of American Archivists to serve as the collective resource for modern archival practice and theory.
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