PACS numbers

06.30.Bp Spatial dimensions (e.g., position, lengths, volume, angles, and displacements) 42.62.−b Laser applications 91.10.Fc Space and satellite geodesy; applications of global positioning systems
  1. P.G. Kryukov “Lasers and fiber optics for astrophysics61 1072–1078 (2018)
    42.62.−b, 42.81.−i, 97.82.−j (all)
  2. V.P. Vasiliev “Current state of high-accuracy laser ranging61 707–713 (2018)
    06.30.Bp, 42.62.−b, 91.10.Fc (all)
  3. M.N. Sapozhnikov “Fifty years of selective laser spectroscopy of solids: a history, general principles and applications61 (4) (2018)
    42.62.−b, 42.62.Fi, 61.43.−j, 61.72.−y, 63.20.kp, 78.20.−e, 78.40.Me, 78.55.−m, 78.66.−w, 87.15.−v, 87.15.M− (all)
  4. A.M. Kalashnikova, A.V. Kimel, R.V. Pisarev “Ultrafast optomagnetism58 969–980 (2015)
    42.62.−b, 75.40.Gb, 75.50.Ee, 75.78.Jp, 78.20.Ls, 78.30.−j (all)
  5. P.G. Kryukov “Femtosecond lasers for astrophysics58 762–771 (2015)
    42.62.−b, 97.82.−j, 98.80.−k (all)
  6. G.N. Makarov “Low energy methods of molecular laser isotope separation58 670–700 (2015)
    07.77.Gx, 33.80.−b, 36.40.−c, 42.62.−b, 42.62.Fi, 82.40.Fp, 82.50.Bc (all)
  7. S.S. Alimpiev, A.A. Grechnikov, S.M. Nikiforov “New approaches to the laser mass spectrometry of organic samples58 191–195 (2015)
    33.80.−b, 42.62.−b, 81.70.−q (all)
  8. A.V. Mitrofanov, D.A. Sidorov-Biryukov et alSubterawatt femtosecondpulses in themid-infrared: A new spatiotemporal dynamics of high-power electromagnetic fields58 89–94 (2015)
    42.25.−p, 42.62.−b, 42.65.Re (all)
  9. P.G. Kryukov “Continuous-wave femtosecond lasers56 849–867 (2013)
    42.55.−f, 42.62.−b, 42.65.−k (all)
  10. A.V. Naumov “Low temperature spectroscopy of organic molecules in solid matrices: from the Shpolsky effect to the laser luminescent spectromicroscopy for all effectively emitting single molecules56 605–622 (2013)
    42.30.−d, 42.62.−b, 61.43.−j, 61.72.−y, 78.20.−e, 78.47.−p, 78.55.−m (all)
  11. V.L. Bratman, A.G. Litvak, E.V. Suvorov “Mastering the terahertz domain: sources and applications54 837–844 (2011)
    07.57.−c, 42.62.−b, 84.40.Ik (all)
  12. Celebrating 50 years of the laser (Scientific session of the General Meeting of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 13 December 2010)54 837–870 (2011)
    01.10.Fv, 03.75.−b, 07.57.−c, 32.30.Jc, 37.10.−x, 37.10.De, 37.10.Gh, 42.62.−b, 42.65.−k, 42.70.−a, 42.82.−m, 67.85.−d, 78.67.−n, 85.40.−e, 84.40.Ik (all)
  13. N.N. Ledentsov, J.A. Lott “New-generation vertically emitting lasers as a key factor in the computer communication era54 853–858 (2011)
    42.62.−b, 42.82.−m, 85.40.−e (all)
  14. Celebrating the 65th anniversary of the Russian Federal Nuclear Center — All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 6 October 2010)54 387–427 (2011)
    01.10.Fv, 01.65.+g, 05.70.Ce, 07.35.+k, 07.55.Db, 28.52.−s, 28.70.+y, 42.55.−f, 42.62.−b, 47.20.−k, 47.27.wj, 47.40.−x, 52.57.−z, 61.05.C−, 64.30.−t, 74.25.−q, 84.30.Ng, 84.70.+p, 85.70.−w (all)
  15. S.G. Garanin “High-power lasers and their applications in high-energy-density physics studies54 415–421 (2011)
    42.55.−f, 42.62.−b, 52.57.−z (all)
  16. L.V. Kravchuk “Development of nuclear physics medicine at the Institute for Nuclear Research, RAS53 635–639 (2010)
    29.20.−c, 42.62.−b, 87.56.−v (all)
  17. V.E. Fortov “Extreme states of matter on Earth and in space52 615–647 (2009)
    07.35.+k, 29.20.−c, 42.62.−b, 97.60.−s (all)
  18. A.A. Kaminskii, Bohaty L et alNew nonlinear laser effects in α-quartz: generation of a two-octave Stokes and anti-Stokes comb and cascaded lasing in the spectral range of the second and third harmonics51 899–909 (2008)
    42.62.−b, 42.65.−k, 42.70.Ce (all)
  19. N.V. Karlov, V.I. Konov et alA M Prokhorov: founder of the General Physics Institute50 656–660 (2007)
    01.10.Fv, 01.52.+r, 01.65.+g, 42.62.−b (all)
  20. A.V. Andriyash, P.A. Loboda et alLasers and high energy density physics at the All-Russian Research Institute of Technical Physics (VNIITF)49 1084–1092 (2006)
    01.10.Fv, 42.62.−b, 52.38.−r, 52.50.Jm (all)
  21. A.L. Mikaelyan “From quantum electronics to laser technology (first steps in application)47 1051–1055 (2004)
    01.65.+g, 42.55.−f, 42.62.−b (all)
  22. P.A. Apanasevich “Development of laser physics in Belarus47 1056–1058 (2004)
    01.65.+g, 42.55.−f, 42.62.−b (all)
  23. A.A. Ivanov, M.V. Alfimov, A.M. Zheltikov “Femtosecond pulses in nanophotonics47 687–704 (2004)
    42.55.−f, 42.62.−b, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Re (all)
  24. E.G. Bessonov, A.V. Vinogradov et alLaser electron-beam X-ray source for medical applications46 872–876 (2003)
    42.62.−b, 87.56.By, 87.59.Dj (all)
  25. I.K. Krasyuk “Application of laser-driven shock waves in studies of thermal and mechanical material properties42 1056–1059 (1999)
    42.62.−b, 61.80.Ba (all)
  26. V.B. Braginskii “Resolution in macroscopic measurements: progress and prospects31 836–849 (1988)
    03.65.Ta, 06.30.Bp, 84.37.+q (all)
  27. L.M. Lyamshev “Lasers in acoustics30 252–279 (1987)
    43.38.Zp, 42.79.Jq, 43.35.Ud, 43.60.−c, 42.62.−b, 42.81.Pa (all)
  28. A.F. Dravskikh, D.V. Korol’kov et alGlobal phase-stable radiointerferometric systems24 949–976 (1981)
    07.60.Ly, 06.30.Bp, 95.75.Kk, 93.85.+q (all)
  29. A.I. Kartashev, I.Sh. Etsin “Methods of Measuring Small Phase Difference Changes in Interference Devices15 232–250 (1972)
    07.60.Ly, 06.30.Bp, 85.60.−q (all)
  30. V.P. Tychinskii “Powerful gas lasers10 131–152 (1967)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.By, 42.60.Jf, 42.60.Lh, 42.62.−b (all)
  31. G.N. Makarov “New results for laser isotope separation using low-energy methods”, accepted
    33.80.−b, 36.40.-ñ, 42.62.−b, 42.62.Fi, 82.40.Fp, 82.50.Bc, 07.77.Gx (all)
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