[en] A new list of wave lengths containing 3107 absorption lines between λ 3087.9 and λ 4740.6 has been obtained from 28 spectrograms taken at the Mount Wilson and the McDonald observatories. Of these plates, 18 were obtained with a dispersion of around 3 A/mm, while the other plates, used in the ultraviolet region, had 20 A/mm. The identifications are based upon all available laboratory material and show that all singly ionized rare earths which have been measured in the laboratory and which have a sufficient number of fines in the region covered by the stellar spectrograms are present. One doubly ionized rare earth, Ce III, is almost certainly present, and others may contribute to blends. The intensities of all rare-earth lines are variable in a period of 5.5 days and follow the pattern of the Eu II lines (designated as group A). The lines of Cr II and some other elements vary in the opposite sense (group B), while certain other lines—Si II, Mg II, etc.—do not appreciably change in intensity (group C).
The radial velocities as measured from the lines of different elements also fall into three groups, designated as a, b, and c, which roughly correspond to the intensity groups A, B, and C. Group a, consisting of the rare earths and some other elements predominantly of low ionization potential, shows a shallow minimum of velocity at phase 4.5 days after maximum Eu II intensity and a sharp maximum of velocity at phase 1.5 days. Group b, represented by Cr II and some other elements, shows a velocity-curve with a double wave. The highest maximum is at phase 5.0 days and the deepest minimum at phase 0.7 day. Group c, consisting of Mg II, Si II, H, and Ca II, shows no appreciable variation.