PACS numbers

13.35.Bv Decays of muons 13.60.−r Photon and charged-lepton interactions with hadrons 14.60.Ef Muons 32.70.Cs Oscillator strengths, lifetimes, transition moments 34.50.Fa Electronic excitation and ionization of atoms (including beam-foil excitation and ionization) 36.10.Gv Mesonic, hyperonic and antiprotonic atoms and molecules
  1. I.B. Logashenko, S.I. Eidel’man “Muon anomalous magnetic moment61 480–510 (2018)
    07.05.Fb, 11.55.Fv, 12.20.Ds, 13.40.Em, 13.66.Bc, 14.60.Ef (all)
  2. I.Yu. Tolstikhina, V.P. Shevelko “Influence of atomic processes on charge states and fractions of fast heavy ions passing through gaseous, solid, and plasma targets61 247–279 (2018)
    34.10.+x, 34.50.Fa, 34.70.+e (all)
  3. I.Yu. Tolstikhina, V.P. Shevelko “Collision processes involving heavy many-electron ions interacting with neutral atoms56 213–242 (2013)
    34.10.+x, 34.50.Fa, 34.70.+e (all)
  4. A.A. Rostovtsev “Review of experimental results in high-energy physics reported at recent conferences51 831–837 (2008)
    14.20.Dh, 14.40.Nd, 14.60.Ef, 14.65.Ha, 14.80.Bn (all)
  5. R. Voss “The quark-spin structure of the nucleon: 20 years of JINR-CERN collaboration39 869–883 (1996)
    13.60.−r, 14.65.−q, 25.30.Mr, 24.70.+s (all)
  6. S.M. Bilen’kii, S.S. Gershtein et alBruno Maksimovich Pontecorvo (on his eightieth birthday)36 (8) 754–756 (1993)
    01.60.+q, 21.10.−k, 13.35.Bv, 14.60.Ef, 13.75.Cs, 96.60.Vg (all)
  7. A.N. Klucharev “Chemi-ionization processes36 (6) 486–512 (1993)
    34.50.Fa, 82.30.Fi (all)
  8. N.B. Kolokolov, A.B. Blagoev “lonization and quenching of excited atoms with the production of fast electrons36 (3) 152–170 (1993)
    34.50.Fa, 82.20.Pm, 82.30.Fi (all)
  9. Ya.B. Zel’dovich, A.D. Sakharov “Reactions produced by μ mesons in hydrogen34 (5) 383–384 (1991)
    25.40.Kv, 27.10.+h, 23.20.Lv, 36.10.Gv (all)
  10. N.N. Bezuglov, E.N. Borisov, Ya.F. Verolainen “Distribution of the radiative lifetimes over the excited states of atoms and ions34 (1) 1–15 (1991)
    32.70.Cs, 31.15.−p (all)
  11. E.A. Solov’ev “Nonadiabatic transitions in atomic collisions32 228–250 (1989)
    34.50.Fa, 34.70.+e, 34.10.+x (all)
  12. B.G. Krakov, E.S. Parilis “Quasimolecules32 251–270 (1989)
    34.50.Gb, 31.15.Bs, 36.10.Gv (all)
  13. V.S. Lisitsa “New results on the Stark and Zeeman effects in the hydrogen atom30 927–951 (1987)
    32.60.+i, 32.70.Cs, 31.15.Gy (all)
  14. Yu.G. Abov, V.V. Vladimirskii et alAleksandr Ovseevich Vaisenberg (Obituary)28 733–734 (1985)
    01.60.+q,, 13.20.Cz, 14.40.Aq, 13.35.Bv, 14.60.Ef (all)
  15. N.B. Delone, V.P. Krainov, D.L. Shepelyanskii “Highly-excited atoms in the electromagnetic field26 551–572 (1983)
    31.50.+w, 32.70.Cs, 32.80.Fb (all)
  16. A.I. Akhiezer, M.P. Rekalo “Electric charge of elementary particles18 864–874 (1975)
    13.40.Em, 14.60.Cd, 14.60.Ef, 14.20.Dh, 14.20.Jn, 14.60.Lm (all)
  17. 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)
  18. V.M. Kolybasov “HADRONIC ATOMS15 497–499 (1973)
    36.10.Gv, 21.30.Fe, 21.10.Ky, 25.80.Nv, 24.10.Ht (all)
  19. V.G. Gorshkov “Electrodynamic processes in colliding beams of high-energy particles16 322–338 (1973)
    13.66.De, 14.60.Ef, 12.20.Ds, 13.40.Ks, 11.55.Jy, 12.40.Nn (all)
  20. D.I. Blokhintsev, A.V. Efremov, R.M. Muradyan “Planning of new accelerators and the problems of contemporary elementary-particle physics16 82–87 (1973)
    29.20.Dh, 13.60.−r, 12.20.Fv, 11.30.Er, 41.75.Ak (all)
  21. 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)
  22. I.I. Gurevich “Investigation of the Condensed State of Matter with the Aid of Positive Muons14 371–372 (1971)
    36.10.Dr, 82.40.−g, 14.60.Ef, 32.10.Dk (all)
  23. 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)
  24. I.I. Gurevich, B.A. Nikol’skii “Experimental data on μ→e decay11 504–505 (1969)
    13.35.Bv, 14.60.Ef, 13.40.Em (all)
  25. L.I. Lapidus “Consequences of CPT invariance and experiment11 587–592 (1969)
    11.30.Er, 14.40.Aq, 13.20.Eb, 14.60.Ef, 13.30.Ce, 13.40.Em (all)
  26. S.S. Gershtein, V.I. Petrukhin et alMesoatomic processes and model of large mesic molecules12 1–19 (1969)
    36.10.Gv, 13.60.−r, 13.35.Bv, 14.60.Ef, 34.50.Fa, 32.70.Cs (all)
  27. D.A. Kirzhnits, Yu.E. Lozovik “Plasma oscillations of the electron shell of the atom9 340–345 (1966)
    52.35.Fp, 34.50.−s, 32.70.Cs (all)
  28. M.I. Shirokov “Test of PC and PCT invariance in decay processes5 913–930 (1963)
    11.30.Er, 13.20.Cz, 13.35.Bv, 14.60.Ef, 14.40.Aq (all)
  29. B.M. Pontekorvo “The neutrino and its role in astrophysics6 1–12 (1963)
    14.60.Lm, 13.60.−r, 12.15.Mm, 13.66.−a, 98.80.Cq, 95.30.Cq (all)
  30. D. Ivanenko, A. Startsev “The classification of the elementary particles3 928–948 (1961)
    11.30.Fs, 14.20.Jn, 14.40.Aq, 14.60.Ef, 11.10.Lm (all)
  31. Ya.B. Zel’dovich, S.S. Gershtein “Nuclear reactions in cold hydrogen I. mesonic catalysis3 593–623 (1961)
    36.10.Gv, 23.20.Lv, 21.30.−x, 25.40.−h, 27.10.+h (all)
  32. N.V. Fedorenko “Ionization in collisions between ions and atoms2 526–546 (1959)
    34.50.Fa, 34.10.+x (all)
  33. Ya.A. Smorodinskii “The present state of the theory of beta decay2 1–37 (1959)
    23.40.Bw, 11.30.Er, 13.40.Em, 13.30.Ce, 14.60.Lm, 13.35.Bv (all)
  34. L.A. Borisoglebskii “Forbidden lines in atomic spectra1 211–244 (1958)
    32.30.−r, 32.70.Cs, 32.60.+i, 95.30.Ky (all)
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