PACS numbers

13.75.Cs Nucleon-nucleon interactions 25.40.−h Nucleon-induced reactions 28.20.−v Neutron physics
  1. I.M. Dremin “Some new discoveries at colliders61 381–388 (2018)
    13.75.Cs, 13.85.Dz (all)
  2. D.A. Tatarskiy, A.V. Petrenko et alFeatures of the motion of spin 1/2 particles in a noncoplanar magnetic field59 583–587 (2016)
    03.65.Nk, 28.20.−v, 85.75.−d (all)
  3. E.V. Lychagin, D.P. Kozlenko et alNeutron physics at the INR — 60 years of the I M Frank Neutron Physics Laboratory59 254–263 (2016)
    28.20.−v, 29.25.Dz, 61.05.F− (all)
  4. V.V. Anisovich “Universality of hadron cross section at ultrahigh energies58 963–967 (2015)
    13.75.Cs, 13.85.Lg, 14.20.Dh (all)
  5. I.M. Dremin “Elastic scattering of hadrons56 3–28 (2013)
    13.75.Cs, 13.85.Dz (all)
  6. V.V. Nesvizhevsky “Near-surface quantum states of neutrons in the gravitational and centrifugal potentials53 645–675 (2010)
    03.65.Ge, 28.20.−v, 29.30.Hs (all)
  7. 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)
  8. A.N. Sissakian, M.G. Itkis “I M Frank and the development of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research52 388–394 (2009)
    01.65.+g, 28.20.−v, 28.41.−i (all)
  9. B.A. Benetskii “I M Frank: founder and leader of FIAN’s Laboratory of Atomic Nucleus52 394–397 (2009)
    01.60.+q, 01.65.+g, 28.20.−v (all)
  10. A.I. Frank “I M Frank and the optics of ultracold neutrons52 397–406 (2009)
    01.65.+g, 03.75.Be, 28.20.−v (all)
  11. V.L. Aksenov “Pulsed nuclear reactors in neutron physics52 406–413 (2009)
    01.65.+g, 28.20.−v, 28.41.−i (all)
  12. Yu.Ya. Stavissky “Giant pulses of thermal neutrons in large accelerator beam dumps. Possibilities for experiments49 1253–1262 (2006)
    28.20.−v, 29.20.−c, 61.12.−q (all)
  13. A.P. Serebrov “Neutron lifetime measurements using gravitationally trapped ultracold neutrons48 867–885 (2005)
    06.20.−f, 14.20.Dh, 28.20.−v (all)
  14. A.V. Strelkov “Neutron storage47 511–515 (2004)
    01.10.Fv, 03.75.Be, 14.20.Dh, 28.20.−v (all)
  15. V.V. Nesvizhevskii “Investigation of quantum neutron states in the terrestrial gravitational field above a mirror47 515–521 (2004)
    03.65.Ta, 03.75.Be, 28.20.−v (all)
  16. V.V. Nesvizhevskii “Quantum states of neutrons in a gravitational field and the interaction of neutrons with nanoparticles46 93–97 (2003)
    03.65.Ge, 14.20.−c, 28.20.−v (all)
  17. Yu.G. Abov “Coherent processes in nuclei and crystals39 891–896 (1996)
    13.75.Cs, 25.40.−h, 28.20.−v (all)
  18. 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)
  19. P.V. Shlyapnikov “The charged particle multiplicity distributions in e+e- annihilation processes in the LEP experiments35 (6) 441–454 (1992)
    13.66.Bc, 12.38.Bx, 13.75.Cs, 13.87.Ce, 14.65.−q, 14.70.Dj (all)
  20. S.T. Belyaev, A.A. Vorob’ev et alViktor Alekseevich Sviridov (Obituary)34 (9) 839–840 (1991)
    01.60.+q, 29.20.Lq, 13.75.Cs (all)
  21. A.V. Berkov, V.I. Gol’danskii et alYurii Petrovich Nikitin (Obituary)33 (4) 307–308 (1990)
    01.60.+q, 13.20.Cz, 13.40.Hq, 14.70.Fm, 12.20.Ds, 13.75.Cs (all)
  22. B.O. Kerbikov, L.A. Kondratyuk, M.G. Sapozhnikov “Hadron physics in low-energy antiproton beams32 739–762 (1989)
    25.40.Cm, 25.40.Kv, 27.20.+n, 13.75.Cs, 14.40.Aq, 21.65.+f (all)
  23. V.A. Novikov, L.N. Smirnova “Twelfth All-Union School on ’Nuclear Interactions at High and Ultrahigh Energies’31 90–94 (1988)
    01.10.Fv, 21.65.+f, 25.40.−h, 24.60.Ky (all)
  24. A.P. Aleksandrov, V.A. Ambartsumyan et alAnatolii Alekseevich Logunov (On his sixtieth birthday)30 290–292 (1987)
    01.60.+q, 11.10.Hi, 11.10.Gh,, 13.75.Cs (all)
  25. I.M. Frank “N. Bohr’s model of compound nuclei and parity violation29 777–779 (1986)
    01.65.+g, 21.10.Hw, 25.40.−h, 21.10.Dr, 24.70.+s (all)
  26. E.A. Mamidzhanyan, A.D. Erlykin, V.A. Tsarev “Interaction of hadrons at superhigh energies29 582–584 (1986)
    01.30.Cc,, 12.38.−t, 25.80.Hp, 25.40.−h, 27.20.+n (all)
  27. V.S. Berezinskii “High energy neutrino astrophysics28 728–730 (1985), 97.60.Gb, 13.75.Cs, 97.60.Bw, 97.10.Cv, 97.20.Li (all)
  28. 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)
  29. A.K. Likhoded “Tenth All-Union School on Inelastic Interactions at High Energies27 647–648 (1984)
    01.40.E−,, 11.30.Rd,, 25.40.−h, 24.85.+p (all)
  30. I.M. Frank “Fiftieth anniversary of the discovery of the neutron25 279–279 (1982)
    01.65.+g, 14.20.Dh, 28.20.−v (all)
  31. V.B. Kopeliovich “New results on the violation of p-parity in proton-proton and nucleon-nucleus interactions24 717–720 (1981)
    11.30.Er, 13.75.Cs, 25.40.Rb (all)
  32. N.N. Nikolaev “Quarks in high-energy interactions of hadrons, photons, and leptons with nuclei24 531–565 (1981)
    12.40.Cc, 25.20.+y, 25.30.−c, 25.40.−h (all)
  33. L. Borisov “The discovery of neutral currents16 926–927 (1974)
    12.15.Mm, 13.15.+g, 12.20.Ds, 13.20.Eb, 13.75.Cs (all)
  34. V.P. Dmitrievskii, L.I. Lapidus et alVenedikt Petrovich Dzhelepov (on his sixtieth birthday)16 440–441 (1973)
    01.60.+q, 29.20.Hm, 25.40.−h, 24.75.+i (all)
  35. I.S. Shapiro “The interaction of slow antinucleons with nucleons and nuclei16 173–184 (1973)
    21.30.−x, 13.75.Cs, 14.40.−n, 21.10.Hw (all)
  36. L.G. Landsberg “The search for quarks16 251–274 (1973)
    12.39.−x, 14.65.−q, 13.75.Cs, (all)
  37. A.P. Aleksandrov, Ya.B. Zel’dovich et alGeorgii Nikolaevich Flerov (on his 60th birthday)16 293–294 (1973)
    01.60.+q, 25.40.−h, 25.85.Ca (all)
  38. E.L. Feinberg “Multiple generation of hadrons and statistical theory14 455–483 (1972)
    12.40.Ee, 12.40.Nn, 13.75.Gx, 13.75.Cs, 14.40.Aq (all)
  39. I.M. Dremin, I.I. Roizen, D.S. Chernavskii “The importance of inelastic processes at high energies and the theory of fireballs13 438–460 (1971)
    12.40.Nn, 11.55.Jy, 11.10.St, 13.75.Cs, 13.75.Gx (all)
  40. S.M. Bilen’kii, L.I. Lapidus, R.M. Ryndin “Polarization experiments aimed at verifying T- and  CPT-invariance in nucleon-nucleon and nucleon-antinucleon scattering11 512–518 (1969)
    11.30.Er, 13.75.Cs (all)
  41. I.S. Shapiro “Parity-nonconserving nuclear forces11 582–586 (1969)
    21.30.−x, 21.10.Hw, 25.40.−h, 27.60.+j (all)
  42. I.S. Shapiro “Some problems in the theory of nuclear reactions at high energies10 515–535 (1968)
    24.10.Pa, 24.50.+g, 25.40.−h, 27.20.+n, 14.40.Aq, 14.20.Dh (all)
  43. A.F. Tulinov “Influence of the crystal lattice on some atomic and nuclear processes8 864–872 (1966)
    61.85.+p, 24.50.+g, 25.40.−h (all)
  44. 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)
  45. L.A. Sliv, E.P. Mazets “LEV IL’ICH RUSINOV4 149–152 (1961)
    01.60.+q, 84.70.+p, 25.40.−h, 21.10.−k, 21.60.Cs (all)
  46. N.A. Perfilov, O.V. Lozhkin, V.P. Shamov “Processes of fragmentation and fission in interactions between high energy particles and nuclei3 1–40 (1960)
    25.40.−h, 27.20.+n, 23.20.En, 24.10.Pa, 24.75.+i, 25.85.Ec (all)
  47. E.L. Feinberg “On multiple production in collisions of ultra-high energy particles3 147–158 (1960)
    25.40.−h, 21.30.Fe, 24.10.Pa, 11.10.−z (all)
  48. A.I. Akishin “Detection of ion beams by electron multipliers in mass spectrometry and nuclear physics1 113–123 (1958)
    29.40.−n, 41.75.Fr, 07.75.+h, 85.60.Ha, 25.40.−h, 27.20.+n (all)
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