PACS numbers

29.20.−c Accelerators 29.20.Ej Linear accelerators 29.27.−a Beams in particle accelerators 41.75.Jv Laser-driven acceleration 52.27.Lw Dusty or complex plasmas; plasma crystals 52.38.Kd Laser-plasma acceleration of electrons and ions
  1. V.I. Zhukova, A.V. Nefediev et alSuper-factory of bottomed hadrons Belle II64 468–494 (2021)
    12.10.−g, 13.25.−k, 29.20.−c (all)
  2. L. Couëdel, V.M. Nosenko et alExperimental studies of two-dimensional complex plasma crystals: waves and instabilities62 1000–1011 (2019)
    52.27.Lw, 63.22.−m, (all)
  3. L.V. Grigorenko, B.Yu. Sharkov et alScientific program of DERICA — prospective accelerator and storage ring facility for radioactive ion beam research62 675–690 (2019)
    21.10.Ft, 29.20.−c, 29.25.Rm (all)
  4. V.G. Dudnikov “Charge exchange injection into accelerators and storage rings62 405–412 (2019)
    29.20.D−, 29.27.−a (all)
  5. G.N. Makarov “Control of the parameters and composition of molecular and cluster beams by means of IR lasers61 617–644 (2018)
    06.30.−k, 07.77.Gx, 33.80.−b, 36.40.−c, 41.75.Jv, 42.62.Fi, 82.50.Hp (all)
  6. A.A. Bryazgin, N.K. Kuksanov, R.A. Salimov “Industrial electron accelerators developed at the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, SB RAS (BINP)61 601–612 (2018)
    07.77.Ka, 29.20.−c, 41.75.Fr (all)
  7. S.Yu. Mironov, A.V. Andrianov et alSpatio-temporal shaping of photocathode laser pulses for linear electron accelerators60 1039–1050 (2017)
    29.20.−c, 29.27.Ac, 42.60.By, 42.60.−v (all)
  8. 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)
  9. E.I. Malinovskii “Total absorption Cherenkov spectrometers58 512–515 (2015)
    29.20.−c, 29.40.Ka, 41.60.Bq (all)
  10. 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)
  11. V.N. Tsytovich “Self-organized dusty structures in a complex plasma under microgravity conditions: prospects for experimental and theoretical studies58 150–166 (2015)
    52.27.Lw, 52.35.−g, 52.65.Vv, 52.90.+z (all)
  12. V.Yu. Bychenkov, A.V. Brantov et alLaser acceleration of ions: recent results and prospects for applications58 71–81 (2015)
    52.38.Kd, 52.50.Jm, 52.65.Rr, 87.57.uh (all)
  13. I.Yu. Kostyukov, A.M. Pukhov “Plasma-based methods for electron acceleration: current status and prospects58 81–88 (2015)
    41.75.Jv, 52.35.−g, 52.38.Kd (all)
  14. S.V. Bulanov, Ja.J. Wilkens et alLaser ion acceleration for hadron therapy57 1149–1179 (2014)
    41.75.Jv, 52.38.Kd, 87.50.−a, 87.53.Jw, 87.55.−x, 87.56.−v (all)
  15. V.P. Milant’ev “Cyclotron autoresonance — 50 years since discovery56 823–832 (2013)
    01.65.+g, 41.75.Jv, 76.40.+b (all)
  16. V.N. Tsytovich “On the physical interpretation of Thomson scattering in a plasma56 180–191 (2013)
    52.27.Lw, 52.35.Dm, 52.35.Fp, 52.35.Qz (all)
  17. V.D. Shiltsev “High energy particle colliders: past 20 years, next 20 years and beyond55 965–976 (2012)
    29.20.−c, 29.20.Ej, 29.27.−a, 41.75.Jv, 52.27.Lw, 52.38.Kd (all)
  18. V.E. Fortov, B.Yu. Sharkov, H. Stöcker “European Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR): the new international center for fundamental physics and its research program55 582–602 (2012)
    12.38.Mn, 25.43.+t, 29.20.−c, 52.25.Kn, 87.53.−j (all)
  19. Forty years of the Institute for Nuclear Research (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 22 December 2010)54 939–974 (2011)
    01.10.Fv, 01.52.+r, 01.65.+g, 14.60.Pq, 14.60.−z, 25.30.Pt, 26.65.+t, 28.60.+s, 29.20.−c, 29.40.Ka, 32.80.Qk, 32.80.Wr, 42.55.−f, 87.56.B−, 95.55.Vj,,, 96.60.Vg (all)
  20. B.L. Zhuikov “Isotope production at the Institute for Nuclear Research, Russian Academy of Sciences: current status and prospects54 968–974 (2011)
    28.60.+s, 29.20.−c, 87.56.B− (all)
  21. A.V. Korzhimanov, A.A. Gonoskov et alHorizons of petawatt laser technology54 9–28 (2011)
    41.75.Jv, 42.55.−f, 42.62.Be, 42.65.Yj, 52.38.Kd, 52.38.Ph (all)
  22. V.I. Krauz, Yu.V. Martynenko et alNanostructures in controlled thermonuclear fusion devices53 1015–1038 (2010)
    52.27.Lw, 52.55.Fa, 68.37.−d (all)
  23. B.A. Klumov “On melting criteria for complex plasma53 1053–1065 (2010)
    52.27.Lw, 52.65.Yy, 61.72.J−, 64.70.D− (all)
  24. 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)
  25. 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)
  26. V.S. Belyaev, V.P. Krainov et alGeneration of fast charged particles and superstrong magnetic fields in the interaction of ultrashort high-intensity laser pulses with solid targets51 793–814 (2008)
    41.75.Jv, 52.38.−r, 79.20.Ds (all)
  27. V.N. Tsytovich “Polarization effects in a medium: from Vavilov-Cherenkov radiation and transition radiation to dust-particle pairing, or the development of one of V L Ginzburg’s ideas from 1940 to 200650 545–553 (2007)
    01.10.Fv, 41.60.−m, 52.20.−j, 52.27.Lw (all)
  28. V.N. Tsytovich “The development of physical ideas concerning the interaction of plasma flows and electrostatic fields in dusty plasmas50 409–451 (2007)
    52.25.−b, 52.27.Lw, 94.05.Bf (all)
  29. 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)
  30. V.E. Fortov, A.G. Khrapak et alDusty plasmas47 447–492 (2004)
    52.20.−j, 52.27.Lw, 52.35.−g (all)
  31. E.N. Ragozin, I.I. Sobel’man “Free-electron laser: advancement into the X-ray region47 195–196 (2004)
    41.60.Cr, 41.75.Jv, 42.55.−f (all)
  32. R.A. Salimov “High-energy electron accelerators for industrial applications43 189 (2000)
    07.77.+p, 29.25.Bx, 29.27.−a, 29.90.+r (all)
  33. A.P. Aleksandrov, Zh.I. Alferov et alVitalii Iosifovich Gol’danskii (on his seventieth birthday)36 (8) 757–759 (1993)
    01.60.+q, 29.20.−c, 13.88.+e, 21.60.Ev, 76.80.+y (all)
  34. V.I. Arnol’d, L.M. Barkov et alBoris Valerianovich Chirikov (on his sixtieth birthday)31 682–683 (1988)
    01.60.+q, 29.40.Gx, 29.27.−a, 41.75.Fr (all)
  35. N.N. Bogolyubov, M.A. Markov et alAleksandr Mikhailovich Baldin (On his sixtieth birthday)29 723–724 (1986)
    01.60.+q, 29.20.−c, 21.10.−k (all)
  36. A.N. Skrinskii “Accelerator and detector prospects of elementary particle physics25 639–661 (1982)
    29.15.Dt, 29.20.−c, 29.40.−n, 29.25.Fb (all)
  37. G.V. Voskresenskii, V.N. Kurdyumov “Radiative Losses of Electron Rings in Inhomogeneous Structures13 669–669 (1971)
    29.20.Dh, 41.75.Fr, 41.75.Ht, 41.85.−p, 29.27.−a (all)
  38. A.I. Alikhan’yan, S.A. Kheifets “Contemporary status of accelerator physics and technique13 353–369 (1970)
    29.20.Lq, 41.75.Ak, 29.20.Hm, 29.17.+w, 29.20.Dh, 29.27.−a (all)
  39. S.T. Belyaev, V.A. Sidorov, B.V. Chirikov “Gersh Itskovich Budker (in honor of his 50th birthday)11 916–918 (1969)
    01.60.+q, 29.20.−c, 52.27.Ny (all)
  40. N.A. Dobrotin “On directions of the development of high-energy particle physics8 614–616 (1966)
    13.85.−t, 29.27.−a (all)
  41. Yu.Ya. Lembra “Methods for extracting a beam from a Synchrocyclotron6 143–156 (1963)
    29.20.−c, 29.27.Bd, 29.27.Ac (all)
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