PACS numbers

31.15.−p Calculations and mathematical techniques in atomic and molecular physics 32.30.−r Atomic spectra
  1. V.S. Popov, B.M. Karnakov “Hydrogen atom in a strong magnetic field57 257–279 (2014)
    03.65.Ge, 03.65.Pm, 32.30.−r (all)
  2. V.I. Balykin, A.N. Ryabtsev et alOn the 40th anniversary of the Institute of Spectroscopy of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 8 October 2008)52 275–309 (2009)
    03.75.−b, 03.75.Hh, 05.30.Jp, 07.07.−a, 32.30.−r, 32.30.Jc, 33.20.−t, 36.40.−c, 37.20.+j, 42.82.Cr, 61.43.−j, 63.20.−e, 63.50.−x, 67.25.dw, 71.35.Lk, 71.36.+c, 78.30.−j, 78.47.−p, 78.55.−m, 81.07.−b, 87.85.fk, 87.64.−t, 95.30.Ky, 97.10.−q (all)
  3. A.N. Ryabtsev, S.S. Churilov “Spectroscopy of ionized atoms for astrophysics and nanotechnology52 282–286 (2009)
    32.30.−r, 32.30.Jc, 42.82.Cr, 95.30.Ky, 97.10.−q (all)
  4. E.G. Drukarev “Atomic physics: computer calculations and theoretical analysis50 835–845 (2007)
    31.15.−p, 31.50.Bc, 32.80.Fb (all)
  5. V.S. Lebedev, L.P. Presnyakov, I.I. Sobel’man “Radiative transitions in the molecular H2+ ion46 473–491 (2003)
    31.15.−p, 31.50.Gh, 33.80.−b (all)
  6. S.G. Rautian, A.S. Yatsenko “Grotrian diagrams42 205–208 (1999)
    01.65.+g, 32.30.−r (all)
  7. M.A. El’yashevich, N.G. Kembrovskaya, L.M. Tomil’chik “Walter Ritz as a theoretical physicist and his research on the theory of atomic spectra38 435–455 (1995)
    01.65.+g, 32.30.−r (all)
  8. I.E. Tamm “Magnetism and the structure of atoms36 (4) 237–251 (1993)
    32.10.Dk, 32.60.+i, 31.15.−p (all)
  9. A.A. Kolokolov, G.V. Skrotskii “Interference of reactive components of an electromagnetic field35 (12) 1089–1093 (1992)
    41.20.Jb, 32.10.Dk, 31.15.−p (all)
  10. E.A. Gastilovich “Vibronic coupling in excited electronic states of complex molecules34 (7) 592–615 (1991)
    33.20.Wr, 33.15.Pw, 31.15.−p, 33.50.Dq, 33.70.Ca (all)
  11. 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)
  12. M.A. El’yashevich, N.G. Kembrovskaya, L.M. Tomil’chik “Rydberg and the development of atomic spectroscopy (Centennial of J. R. Rydberg’s paper on the laws governing atomic spectra)33 (12) 1047–1060 (1990)
    01.60.+q, 32.30.−r, 32.70.Jz (all)
  13. Yu.N. Demkov, L.N. Labzovskii, Yu.V. Novozhilov “Mikhail Grigor’evich Veselov (obituary)31 883–884 (1988)
    01.60.+q, 31.15.−p (all)
  14. I.B. Khriplovich “Nonconservation of parity in atoms31 558–560 (1988)
    32.80.Ys, 32.60.+i, 42.50.−p, 32.10.Fn, 31.15.−p (all)
  15. D.L. Shepelyanskii “Quantum chaos: diffusion photoeffect in hydrogen30 438–439 (1987)
    05.45.Mt, 32.80.Fb, 31.15.−p (all)
  16. V.P. Vizgin, A.T. Grigor’yan et alSymposium ’Niels Bohr and science of the XX century’30 286–289 (1987)
    01.10.Fv, 01.60.+q, 31.15.−p, 98.58.Bz, 95.30.Ky, 21.60.Ev (all)
  17. M.A. El’yashevich “Niels Bohr’s development of the quantum theory of the atom and the correspondence principle (his 1912-1923 work in atomic physics and its significance)28 879–909 (1985)
    32.10.−f, 32.70.−n, 31.15.Bs, 32.30.−r (all)
  18. V.P. Bykov “Form of the Hamiltonian and the initial conditions in radiation problems27 631–640 (1984)
    32.50.+d, 32.80.Cy, 31.15.−p (all)
  19. A.R. Striganov “Progress in studying the spectra of atoms and ions and the current level of knowledge about them26 373–379 (1983)
    32.30.−r, 35.80.+s
  20. N.V. Karlov, B.B. Krynetskii et alSelective atomic photoionization and its use in isotope separation and spectroscopy22 220–235 (1979)
    32.80.Fb, 35.80.+s, 35.10.Bg, 32.30.−r (all)
  21. E.B. Aleksandrov “Optical manifestations of the interference of nondegenerate atomic states15 436–451 (1973)
    32.50.+d, 32.30.−r (all)
  22. Ya.B. Zel’dovich “Scattering and emission of a quantum system in a strong electromagnetic wave16 427–433 (1973)
    32.60.+i, 32.70.Jz, 31.15.−p (all)
  23. L.N. Novikov, V.G. Pokazan’ev, G.V. Skrotskii “Coherent phenomena in systems interacting with resonant radiation13 384–399 (1970)
    31.15.−p, 32.30.−r (all)
  24. F. Gerasimov, Yu.M. Kagan et alSERGEĬ ÉDUARDOVICH FRISH (on his 70th Birthday)12 438–439 (1969)
    01.60.+q, 07.60.−j, 42.50.−p, 52.50.Jm, 51.70.+f, 32.30.−r (all)
  25. L.M. Biberman, G.E. Norman “Continuous spectra of atomic gases and plasma10 52–90 (1967)
    32.30.−r, 52.25.Os, 32.80.Rm, 32.80.Dz, 32.80.Cy, 31.15.Ct (all)
  26. M.A. El’yashevich, F.I. Fedorov “Boris Ivanovich Stepanov (on his 50th birthday)6 764–765 (1964)
    01.60.+q, 31.15.−p, 33.20.Tp, 33.15.Mt, 33.50.−j (all)
  27. S.E. Frish “Work on atomic spectroscopy in the U.S.S.R.2 343–351 (1959)
    01.10.Fv, 32.70.−n, 32.30.−r, 51.70.+f (all)
  28. A.E. Glauberman “VASILII STEPANOVICH MILIYANCHUK2 496–497 (1959)
    01.60.+q, 32.30.−r (all)
  29. 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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