PACS numbers

03.67.Lx Quantum computation architectures and implementations 32.70.Jz Line shapes, widths, and shifts 32.80.−t Photoionization and excitation 32.80.Ee Rydberg states 32.80.Rm Multiphoton ionization and excitation to highly excited states
  1. B.A. Knyazev, V.G. Serbo “Beams of photons with nonzero orbital angular momentum projection: new results61 449–479 (2018)
    32.80.−t, 41.60.Cr, 42.79.−e (all)
  2. A.M. Zheltikov “Keldysh photoionization theory: through the barriers60 1087–1120 (2017)
    32.80.−t, 42.50.−p, 42.65.−k, 78.20.−e (all)
  3. L.V. Keldysh “Multiphoton ionization by a very short pulse60 1187–1193 (2017)
    32.80.Rm, 42.50.Hz, 42.65.Re (all)
  4. P.A. Krachkov, R.N. Li, A.I. Mil’shtein “Quantum electrodynamics processes in the interaction of high-energy particles with atoms59 619–641 (2016)
    12.20.Ds, 32.80.−t (all)
  5. I.I. Ryabtsev, I.I. Beterov et alSpectroscopy of cold rubidium Rydberg atoms for applications in quantum information59 196–208 (2016)
    03.67.Lx, 32.70.Jz, 32.80.−t, 32.80.Ee, 32.80.Rm (all)
  6. B.M. Karnakov, V.D. Mur et alCurrent progress in developing the nonlinear ionization theory of atoms and ions58 3–32 (2015)
    03.65.Sq, 32.80.Fb, 32.80.Rm, 32.80.Wr, 34.80.Qb (all)
  7. D.J. Wineland “Superposition, entanglement, and raising Schrödinger's cat57 (10) (2014)
    03.67.Bg, 03.67.Lx, 37.10.−x (all)
  8. S.A. Pikuz (Jr.), A.Ya. Faenov et alProduction of exotic states of matter with the use of X-rays generated by focusing a petawatt laser pulse onto a solid target57 702–707 (2014)
    32.80.−t, 52.27.Ny, 52.38.Ph, 52.70.La (all)
  9. G.N. Makarov “Experimental methods for determining the melting temperature and the heat of melting of clusters and nanoparticles53 179–198 (2010)
    07.77.Gx, 32.80.−t, 36.40.−c, 36.40.Ei, 42.62.Fi, 81.07.−b (all)
  10. G.N. Makarov “The spectroscopy of clusters by intense pulses of VUV radiation from free electron lasers52 461–486 (2009)
    32.80.−t, 36.40.−c, 41.60.Cr, 42.55.Vc, 42.62.Fi, 52.50.−b, 82.50.Hp (all)
  11. G.N. Makarov “Cluster temperature. Methods for its measurement and stabilization51 319–353 (2008)
    32.80.−t, 34.50.−s, 36.40.−c, 43.25.Cb, 79.20.Rf, 81.07.−b (all)
  12. K.A. Valiev “Quantum computers and quantum computations48 1–36 (2005)
    03.65.Yz, 03.67.−a, 03.67.Lx (all)
  13. V.S. Popov “Tunnel and multiphoton ionization of atoms and ions in a strong laser field (Keldysh theory)47 855–885 (2004)
    12.20.Ds, 32.80.−t, 42.50.Hz (all)
  14. Yu.A. Pashkin, O.V. Astaf’ev et alJosephson solid-state qubits47 943–944 (2004)
    03.67.Lx, 85.25.Cp (all)
  15. L.B. Ioffe, M.V. Feigel’man “Realization of topologically protected quantum bits in a Josephson junction array46 759–764 (2003)
    03.67.Lx, 03.67.Pp, 74.81.Fa (all)
  16. E.B. Aleksandrov, I.V. Sokolov et alScientific session of the Division of General Physics and Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences (25 April 2001)44 1199–1199 (2001)
    06.20.−f, 07.55.Ge, 03.67.−a, 32.70.Fw, 32.70.Jz, 42.25.Hz, 42.25.Gy, 42.50.Gy (all)
  17. T.A. Vartanyan “Action of optical radiation on the boundary of a rarefied resonant medium.New possibilities and problems44 1203–1205 (2001)
    32.70.Fw, 32.70.Jz, 42.25.Hz, 42.25.Gy, 42.50.Gy (all)
  18. M.V. Feigel’man “A quantum bit based on a Josephson contact between conventional and high-temperature superconductors (theory)42 823–825 (1999)
    03.67.Lx, 73.23.Hk, 73.40.−c, 85.25.Cp (all)
  19. V.V. Ryazanov “Josephson superconductor-ferromagnet-superconductor π-contact as an element of a quantum bit (experiment)42 825–827 (1999)
    03.67.Lx, 73.23.Hk, 73.40.−c, 85.25.Cp (all)
  20. N.B. Delone, V.P. Krainov “AC Stark shift of atomic energy levels42 669 (1999)
    32.80.Rm, 32.80.Pb, 32.90.+a, 42.65.−k (all)
  21. M.L. Ter-Mikhaelyan “Simple atomic systems in resonant laser fields40 1195–1238 (1997)
    32.80.−t, 42.50.−p (all)
  22. N.B. Delone, V.P. Krainov “Atoms in a superatomic field of laser radiation34 (12) 1047–1052 (1991)
    01.10.Fv, 32.80.Rm, 32.60.+i (all)
  23. S.G. Rautian “The diffusion approximation in the problem of migration of particles in a gas34 (11) 1008–1017 (1991)
    51.20.+d, 51.10.+y, 32.80.−t (all)
  24. I.Sh. Averbukh, N.F. Perel’man “The dynamics of wave packets of highly-excited states of atoms and molecules34 (7) 572–591 (1991)
    32.80.Rm, 33.80.Rv, 42.50.Dv, 42.65.Sf (all)
  25. M.A. El’yashevich, N.G. Kembrovskaya, L.M. Tomil’chik “Rydberg and the development of atomic spectroscopy (Centennial of J. R. Rydberg’s paper on the laws governing atomic spectra)33 (12) 1047–1060 (1990)
    01.60.+q, 32.30.−r, 32.70.Jz (all)
  26. Yu.L. Sokolov “Investigations of the hydrogen atom33 (11) 992–993 (1990)
    01.30.Vv, 31.30.Jv, 36.10.Dr, 32.70.Jz (all)
  27. S.M. Gladkov, N.I. Koroteev “Quasiresonant nonlinear optical processes involving excited and ionized atoms33 (7) 554–575 (1990)
    42.65.Dr, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.An, 51.70.+f, 32.80.Rm (all)
  28. P.A. Golovinskii, I.Yu. Kiyan “Negative ion in a strong optical field33 (6) 453–476 (1990)
    32.80.Gc, 32.80.Rm, 32.10.Dk, 32.10.Hq, 32.80.Ys, 31.25.−v (all)
  29. V.V. Likhanskii “Atoms in strong laser fields and multiphoton ionization33 (5) 399–399 (1990)
    32.80.Rm, 01.30.Cc, 32.80.Dz (all)
  30. V.I. Balykin, V.S. Letokhov “The laser optics of neutral atomic beams33 (1) 79–85 (1990)
    32.80.−t
  31. N.B. Delone, M.V. Fedorov “New effects in the multiphoton ionization of atoms32 500–520 (1989)
    32.80.Rm, 31.15.Md (all)
  32. A.M. Shalagin “Light-induced drift and its manifestations, particularly in astrophysics32 281–282 (1989)
    32.80.Pj, 32.70.Jz, 95.30.Gv, 32.80.Bx, 97.30.Fi (all)
  33. A.E. Bulyshev, N.G. Preobrazhenskii, A.E. Suvorov “Radiation transport in spectral lines31 865–878 (1988)
    32.70.Jz, 32.60.+i, 32.80.Bx (all)
  34. K.P. Zybin “Kinetic theory of particles and photons31 287–287 (1988)
    52.25.Dg, 32.80.−t, 01.30.M− (all)
  35. V.S. Letokhov “Laser light, atoms, and nuclei30 897–909 (1987)
    32.80.Fb, 32.10.Fn, 32.70.Jz, 24.10.Ht, 23.20.Lv, 36.10.Dr (all)
  36. V.N. Ochkin, N.G. Preobrazhenskii et alOptogalvanic effect in plasmas and gases29 260–280 (1986)
    52.70.Kz, 52.80.Hc, 33.20.Vq, 52.80.Pi, 32.80.Rm (all)
  37. A.B. Migdal “Niels Bohr and quantum physics28 910–934 (1985)
    01.60.+q, 01.70.+w, 42.50.−p, 32.80.−t (all)
  38. H. Paul, R. Fischer “Light absorption by a dipole26 923–926 (1983)
    32.80.−t, 41.10.Hv
  39. V.I. Matveev, E.S. Parilis “Shake-up processes accompanying electron transitions in atoms25 881–897 (1982)
    32.80.Hd, 34.80.Dp, 32.70.Jz, 31.15.+q (all)
  40. R.I. Karaziya “Excited electron orbit collapse and atomic spectra24 775–794 (1981)
    31.20.Tz, 32.70.Jz, 32.80.Fb (all)
  41. V.I. Balykin, G.I. Bekov et alLaser detection of single atoms23 651–678 (1980)
    35.80.+s, 32.80.−t, 42.60.Kg, 32.50.+d (all)
  42. V.S. Letokhov “Selective action of laser radiation on matter21 405–428 (1978)
    28.60.+s, 82.50.−m, 32.80.−t, 33.80.−b (all)
  43. N.B. Delone, V.P. Krainov “Resonance interaction of intense light with atoms21 309–327 (1978)
    32.80.Kf, 32.80.Fb, 32.50.+d, 32.70.Jz (all)
  44. A.P. Kazantsev “Resonance light pressure21 58–76 (1978)
    42.60.He, 32.80.−t
  45. L.N. Novikov, G.V. Skrotskii, G.I. Solomakho “The Hanle effect17 542–558 (1975)
    32.80.Bx, 32.70.Jz, 32.70.Cs, 32.60.+i, 32.50.+d (all)
  46. N.B. Delone “Elementary nonlinear optical phenomena16 749–752 (1974)
    42.65.−k, 32.80.Rm, 52.70.Kz, 32.80.Cy, 33.80.Rv (all)
  47. I.M. Beterov, R.I. Sokolovskii “Nonlinear effects in the emission and absorption spectra of gases in resonant optical fields16 339–349 (1973)
    32.60.+i, 32.70.Jz, 32.50.+d, 32.10.Fn, 32.80.−t, 51.70.+f (all)
  48. Ya.B. Zel’dovich “Scattering and emission of a quantum system in a strong electromagnetic wave16 427–433 (1973)
    32.60.+i, 32.70.Jz, 31.15.−p (all)
  49. D.A. Varshalovich “Spin states of atoms and molecules in the cosmic medium13 429–437 (1971)
    95.30.Ky, 32.80.−t, 32.10.Fn, 32.70.Cs, 32.10.Dk (all)
  50. E.B. Aleksandrov, O.V. Konstantinov, V.I. Perel’ “Interference of Atomic States13 291–292 (1970)
    32.70.Cs, 32.80.Qk, 32.50.+d, 32.60.+i, 32.70.Jz (all)
  51. A.M. Bonch-Bruevich, V.A. Khodovoi “Current methods for the study of the Stark effect in atoms10 637–657 (1968)
    32.60.+i, 32.70.Jz (all)
  52. A.F. Golovin, A.R. Striganov “The isotope effect in the spectra of the heavy elements10 658–677 (1968)
    32.70.Jz
  53. S.G. Rautian, I.I. Sobel’man “The effect of collisions on the Doppler broadening of spectral lines9 701–716 (1967)
    32.70.Jz, 32.80.−t (all)
  54. L.M. Biberman, G.E. Norman “Continuous spectra of atomic gases and plasma10 52–90 (1967)
    32.30.−r, 52.25.Os, 32.80.Rm, 32.80.Dz, 32.80.Cy, 31.15.Ct (all)
  55. A.M. Bonch-Bruevich, V.A. Khodovoi “Multiphoton processes8 1–38 (1965)
    32.80.Wr, 32.60.+i, 32.70.Jz, 78.55.−m, 78.20.Ci (all)
  56. A.N. Zaidel’ “Spectral analysis of isotopic composition2 428–435 (1959)
    32.70.Jz, 32.10.Bi, 32.10.Fn (all)
  57. K.B. Fritzler, V.Ya. Prinz “3D printing of micro- and nanostructures”, accepted
    32.80.Rm, 42.82.Cr, 61.46.+w, 68.65.−k, 81.20.−n (all)
  58. A.I. Mil’shtein, P.A. Krachkov “Electroproduction in an atomic field at high energies”, accepted
    12.20.Ds, 32.80.−t (all)
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