PACS numbers

12.38.Mh Quark-gluon plasma 24.85.+p Quarks, gluons, and QCD in nuclear reactions 41.60.Bq Cherenkov radiation
  1. M.V. Kuzelev, A.A. Rukhadze “Waves in inhomogeneous plasmas and liquid and gas flows. Analogies between electro- and gas-dynamic phenomena61 748–764 (2018)
    41.60.Bq, 52.25.Os (all)
  2. I.N. Toptygin “Quantum description of a field in macroscopic electrodynamics and photon properties in transparent media60 935–947 (2017)
    12.20.−m, 41.20.Jb, 41.60.Bq (all)
  3. Yu.A. Bashmakov “Cherenkov radiation: from discovery to RICH58 467–471 (2015)
    01.30.Bb, 01.65.+g, 29.40.Ka, 41.60.Bq (all)
  4. S.P. Denisov “Use of Cherenkov counters in experiments at accelerators for particle identification58 480–485 (2015)
    29.20.−c, 29.40.Ka, 41.60.Bq (all)
  5. Ja.-A.M. Dzhilkibaev, G.V. Domogatsky, O.V. Suvorova “Cherenkov detectors for high energy neutrino astrophysics58 495–502 (2015)
    29.40.Ka, 41.60.Bq, 95.55.Vj (all)
  6. E.I. Malinovskii “Total absorption Cherenkov spectrometers58 512–515 (2015)
    29.20.−c, 29.40.Ka, 41.60.Bq (all)
  7. Yu.I. Maltseva, F.A. Emanov et alDistributed beam loss monitor based on the Cherenkov effect in an optical fiber58 516–519 (2015)
    29.27.−a, 41.60.Bq, 41.75.Ht, 42.81.−i (all)
  8. I.Ya. Aref’eva “Holographic approach to quark—gluon plasma in heavy ion collisions57 527–555 (2014)
    04.50.Gh, 11.25.Tq, 12.38.Mh, 24.85.+p (all)
  9. I.M. Dremin, A.V. Leonidov “The quark — gluon medium53 1123–1149 (2010)
    12.38.Mh, 24.85.+p, 41.60.Bq (all)
  10. B.M. Bolotovskii “Vavilov-Cherenkov radiation: its discovery and application52 1099–1110 (2009)
    01.30.Bb, 01.65.+g, 29.40.Ka, 41.60.Bq (all)
  11. S. Peigné, A.V. Smilga “Energy losses in relativistic plasmas: QCD versus QED52 659–685 (2009)
    12.38.Mh, 25.75.−q, 52.27.Ny, 61.85.+p (all)
  12. G.A. Mesyats, B.M. Bolotovskii et alCommemoration of the centenary of the birth of Academician I M Frank (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 22 October 2008)52 377–413 (2009)
    01.10.Fv, 01.60.+q, 01.65.+g, 03.75.Be, 28.20.−v, 28.41.−i, 41.60.Bq, 41.60.Dk (all)
  13. G.A. Mesyats “Il’ya Mikhailovich Frank (opening address)52 377–379 (2009)
    01.60.+q, 01.65.+g, 41.60.Bq (all)
  14. B.M. Bolotovskii “I M Frank’s papers on radiation of sources moving in refractive media (the ’optics of moving sources’)52 379–388 (2009)
    01.65.+g, 41.60.Bq, 41.60.Dk (all)
  15. B.M. Bolotovskii, A.V. Serov “Radiation of superluminal sources in empty space48 903–915 (2005)
    41.20.−q, 41.60.Bq, 41.75.−i (all)
  16. A.V. Leonidov “Dense gluon matter in nuclear collisions48 323–343 (2005)
    12.38.−t, 12.38.Mh, 13.85.−t, 25.75.Nq (all)
  17. Yu.V. Gulyaev, V.F. Kravchenko, A.A. Kuraev “Vavilov-Cherenkov amplifiers with irregular electrodynamic structures47 583–599 (2004)
    02.30.Yy, 41.60.Bq, 84.40.Fe (all)
  18. I.I. Roizen, E.L. Feinberg, O.D. Chernavskaya “Color deconfinement and subhadronic matter: phase states and the role of constituent quarks47 427–446 (2004)
    12.38.Mh, 12.39.Ba, 25.75.Nq (all)
  19. G.K. Avetisyan “On the stimulated Cherenkov effect40 755–760 (1997)
    41.60.Bq
  20. V.L. Ginzburg “Radiation by uniformly moving sources (Vavilov-Cherenkov effect, transition radiation, and other phenomena)39 973–982 (1996)
    41.60.−m, 41.60.Bq, 41.90.+e (all)
  21. V.M. Arutyunyan, S.G. Oganesyan “Paper by V M Arutyunyan and S G Oganesyan ’The stimulated Cherenkov effect’ [Physics-Uspekhi, October 1994, 37 (10) 1005-1039]38 1295–1296 (1995)
    41.60.Bq
  22. V.M. Arutyunyan, S.G. Oganesyan “The stimulated Cherenkov effect37 1005–1039 (1994)
    41.60.Bq
  23. I.L. Rozental’, Yu.A. Tarasov “Hydrodynamic theory of multiple process and the physics of the quark-gluon plasma36 (7) 572–586 (1993)
    12.38.Mh, 12.40.Ee (all)
  24. S.T. Belyaev, V.G. Vaks et alArkadii Benediktovich Migdal (Obituary)34 (8) 733–735 (1991)
    01.60.+q, 23.40.−s, 24.30.Cz, 24.85.+p, 01.30.M− (all)
  25. G.V. Domogatskii, G.T. Zatsepin et alAleksandr Evgen’evich Chudakov (on his seventieth birthday)34 (7) 637–638 (1991)
    01.60.+q, 96.50.sb, 13.85.−t, 41.60.Bq (all)
  26. B.M. Bolotovskii, V.P. Bykov “Radiation by charges moving faster than light33 (6) 477–487 (1990)
    41.60.Bq
  27. K.Yu. Platonov, I.N. Toptygin, G.D. Fleishman “Emission of radiation by particles in media with inhomogeneities and coherent bremsstrahlung33 (4) 289–295 (1990)
    41.60.Bq, 52.25.Os (all)
  28. I.M. Dremin “Intermittence and fractal dimensionality in multiple particle creation processes30 649–653 (1987)
    12.38.Mh, 13.66.−a, 12.40.Ee (all)
  29. M.V. Kuzelev, A.A. Rukhadze “Stimulated radiation from high-current relativistic electron beams30 507–524 (1987)
    41.60.Bq, 41.60.Ap (all)
  30. N.N. Bogolyubov, V.P. Dzhelepov et alLev Iosifovich Lapidus (Obituary)30 546–547 (1987)
    01.60.+q, 13.60.Fz, 13.88.+e, 12.38.−t, 24.85.+p (all)
  31. A.M. Baldin “Atomic nuclei as quark-gluon systems28 939–939 (1985)
    24.85.+p, 21.10.−k, 25.30.Dh, 25.75.Nq (all)
  32. L.A. Sliv, M.I. Strikman, L.L. Frankfurt “Quantum chromodynamics and the derivation of a microscopic theory of the nucleus28 281–306 (1985)
    24.85.+p, 21.10.Ft, 21.30.−x, 25.30.Dh (all)
  33. V.V. Anisovich, M.N. Kobrinskii et alAdditive quark model and multiple production of hadrons27 901–926 (1984)
    25.40.−h, 25.80.−e, 24.85.+p, 13.40.Gp, 13.40.Hq, 13.20.−v (all)
  34. I.M. Frank “Vavilov-Cherenkov radiation for electric and magnetic multipoles27 772–785 (1984)
    41.60.Bq
  35. A.K. Likhoded “Tenth All-Union School on Inelastic Interactions at High Energies27 647–648 (1984)
    01.40.E−, 96.50.sb, 11.30.Rd, 96.50.sd, 25.40.−h, 24.85.+p (all)
  36. A.M. Baldin, N.G. Basov et alPavel Alekseevich Cherenkov (on his eightieth birthday)27 553–554 (1984)
    01.60.+q, 29.40.Ka, 41.60.Bq (all)
  37. A.A. Migdal “Lattice models in quantum chromodynamics and results of computer calculations.27 455–458 (1984)
    12.38.Bx, 12.38.Gc, 12.38.Mh, 12.10.Dm, 11.15.Ha, 11.55.−m (all)
  38. I.M. Frank “A conceptual history of the Vavilov-Cherenkov radiation27 385–395 (1984)
    01.60.+q, 01.30.−y, 01.65.+g, 41.60.Bq (all)
  39. A.A. Tyapkin “The first theoretical prediction of the radiation discovered by Vavilov and Cerenkov17 288–288 (1974)
    41.60.Bq
  40. B.M. Bolotovskii, V.L. Ginzburg “The Vavilov-Cerenkov Effect and the Doppler Effect in the Motion of Sources with Superluminal Velocity in Vacuum15 184–192 (1972)
    97.60.Gb, 97.10.Ri, 41.60.Bq (all)
  41. I.Ya. Barit, L.E. Lazareva et alIl'ya Mikhailovich Frank (in honor of his sixtieth birthday)11 782–784 (1969)
    01.60.+q, 41.60.Bq (all)
  42. V.L. Ginzburg, V.N. Sazonov, S.I. Syrovatskii “Synchrotron radiation and its reabsorption11 34–48 (1968)
    41.60.Ap, 29.20.Lq, 41.60.Bq, 29.40.−n (all)
  43. E.L. Feinberg “VITALII LAZAREVICH GINZBURG (On his fiftieth birthday)9 782–784 (1967)
    41.60.Bq, 77.80.−e, 74.20.Fg (all)
  44. I.M. Frank “Transition radiation and optical properties of matter8 729–742 (1966)
    78.20.Ci, 41.60.Bq, 78.55.Hx (all)
  45. B.M. Bolotovskii, G.V. Voskresenskii “Diffraction radiation9 73–96 (1966)
    41.60.Bq, 41.20.Jb (all)
  46. N.A. Dobrotin “Pavel Alekseevich Cerenkov (on his 60th birthday)7 881–883 (1965)
    01.60.+q, 41.60.Bq (all)
  47. I.M. Frank, V.L. Levshin, A.N. Terenin “The development of S. I. Vavilov’s work in physics4 730–736 (1962)
    01.60.+q, 41.60.Bq (all)
  48. I.M. Frank “Transition radiation and the cerenkov effect4 740–746 (1962)
    41.60.Bq, 78.70.−g, 78.66.Bz, 78.68.+m, 78.55.−m, 01.30.−y (all)
  49. B.M. Bolotovskii “Theory of Cherenkov radiation (III)4 781–811 (1962)
    41.60.Bq
  50. V.L. Levshin “SERGEĬ IVANOVICH VAVILOV (On the Seventieth Anniversary of his Birth)4 374–379 (1961)
    01.60.+q, 78.70.−g, 41.60.Bq (all)
  51. V.L. Ginzburg “Certain theoretical aspects of radiation due to superluminal motion in a Medium2 874–893 (1960)
    41.60.Bq, 03.50.De, 03.65.−w, 52.25.Os (all)
  52. B.M. Bolotovskii, E.M. Leikin “J.V. Jelley, "Cerenkov radiation and its applications"2 987–997 (1960)
    41.60.Bq, 29.40.Ka, 85.60.Ha (all)
  53. B.M. Bolotovskii “Soviet scientists win the 1958 nobel prize for physics2 165–170 (1959)
    01.10.Cr, 01.60.+q, 41.60.Bq, 29.40.Ka (all)
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