List of hyperfine structure of the elements?

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If caesium 133 frequency for its hyperfine structure is 9 192 631 770, and hydrogen is 1 420 405 751.7667 what are the frequencies for the other elements and their isotopes? Is there a list on line some were because this would be a long list. Any help on where to look on line would be appreciated. Thanks.
 

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I have found a paper with a list of "Newly Discovered Lines of Lanthanum Between ##5600 \,Å ## and ##6100\,Å ##" published in 2016. Their list alone contains several hundred entries. This raises the question: Why?
 
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I have found a paper with a list of "Newly Discovered Lines of Lanthanum Between ##5600 \,Å ## and ##6100\,Å ##" published in 2016. Their list alone contains several hundred entries. This raises the question: Why?
I want to see if there is any patterns in the frequencies. Maybe you could predict the frequency of an isotope or maybe other information. I know other people must of looked at this but I am still curious. How can I find this paper? Thanks.
 
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The paper wasn't in English. I don't think there is a chance to identify patterns, at least not manually, but I don't know. I just found it (quickly) as I searched for "hyperfine structure + list" and was surprised to find so many for just one element and even labelled "new".
 
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The patterns for hyperfine structure as as "patterned" as those for any other energy level.
 

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