PACS numbers

29.40.Ka Cherenkov detectors
  1. 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)
  2. 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)
  3. A.A. Petrukhin “Cherenkov water detector NEVOD58 486–494 (2015)
    29.40.Ka, 95.55.Vj, 96.50.S− (all)
  4. 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)
  5. A.F. Danilyuk, S.A. Kononov et alAerogel Cherenkov detectors in colliding beam experiments58 503–511 (2015)
    29.20.D−, 29.40.Ka, 33.20.Fb, 81.07.−b (all)
  6. E.I. Malinovskii “Total absorption Cherenkov spectrometers58 512–515 (2015)
    29.20.−c, 29.40.Ka, 41.60.Bq (all)
  7. 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, 96.50.sb, 96.50.sh, 96.60.Vg (all)
  8. G.V. Domogatsky “BAIKAL neutrino experiment54 949–954 (2011)
    29.40.Ka, 95.55.Vj (all)
  9. 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)
  10. 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)
  11. M.N. Medvedev “Nuclear radiation detectors based on image itensifiers9 767–780 (1967)
    29.40.Mc, 29.40.Wk, 29.40.Ka, 29.40.Gx, 85.60.Ha, 41.75.−i (all)
  12. A.S. Vovenko, B.A. Kulakov et alGas filled Cherenkov counters6 794–824 (1964)
    29.40.Ka, 29.40.Cs, 41.75.−i (all)
  13. 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)
  14. 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)
  15. A.S. Lidvansky “G. T. Zatsepin and birth of gamma-ray astronomy”, accepted
    07.85.−m, 29.40.Ka, 95.85.Pw, 95.55.Ka (all)
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