PACS numbers

32.30.−r Atomic spectra 32.60.+i Zeeman and Stark effects 32.70.Cs Oscillator strengths, lifetimes, transition moments 95.30.Ky Atomic and molecular data, spectra, and spectral parameters (opacities, rotation constants, line identification, oscillator strengths, gf values, transition probabilities, etc.)
  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,, 87.64.−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. I.I. Sobel’man, V.N. Sorokin “On experiments in search of the T-odd electric dipole moment of atomic 129Xe48 939–952 (2005)
    06.20.−f, 11.30.Er, 32.10.Dk, 32.60.+i, 41.20.Cv (all)
  5. S.G. Rautian, A.S. Yatsenko “Grotrian diagrams42 205–208 (1999)
    01.65.+g, 32.30.−r (all)
  6. 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)
  7. Yu.M. Kopnin, M.Yu. Kopnin “Orbits of the hydrogen electron in a uniform electric field36 (11) 1075–1078 (1993)
  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. N.B. Delone, V.P. Krainov “Atoms in a superatomic field of laser radiation34 (12) 1047–1052 (1991)
    01.10.Fv, 32.80.Rm, 32.60.+i (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. 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)
  12. A.E. Bulyshev, N.G. Preobrazhenskii, A.E. Suvorov “Radiation transport in spectral lines31 865–878 (1988)
    32.70.Jz, 32.60.+i, 32.80.Bx (all)
  13. 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)
  14. 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)
  15. 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)
  16. 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)
  17. V.I. Moroz, V.M. Linkin, D. Oertel “The results of an infrared experiment on Venera-15 and −1628 524–525 (1985)
    33.20.Ea, 33.20.Sn, 95.30.Ky, 95.30.Jx, 96.30.Ea (all)
  18. A.V. Turbiner “The eigenvalue spectrum in quantum mechanics and the nonlinearization procedure27 668–694 (1984)
    03.65.Fd, 03.65.Ge, 32.60.+i, 31.15.Ne, 31.15.Md (all)
  19. 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)
  20. 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
  21. 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)
  22. V.S. Lisitsa “Stark broadening of hydrogen lines in plasmas20 603–630 (1977)
    52.25.Ps, 32.60.+i
  23. 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)
  24. E.B. Aleksandrov “Optical manifestations of the interference of nondegenerate atomic states15 436–451 (1973)
    32.50.+d, 32.30.−r (all)
  25. I.M. Beterov, R.I. Sokolovskii “Nonlinear effects in the emission and absorption spectra of gases in resonant optical fields16 339–349 (1973)
    32.60.+i, 32.70.Jz, 32.50.+d, 32.10.Fn, 32.80.−t, 51.70.+f (all)
  26. 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)
  27. 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)
  28. 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)
  29. 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)
  30. 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)
  31. 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)
  32. A.M. Bonch-Bruevich, V.A. Khodovoi “Current methods for the study of the Stark effect in atoms10 637–657 (1968)
    32.60.+i, 32.70.Jz (all)
  33. M.I. D’yakonov, S.A. Fridrikhov “Gas laser in a magnetic field9 837–859 (1967)
    42.55.Lt, 52.80.Tn, 32.60.+i, 52.38.−r (all)
  34. 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)
  35. 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)
  36. A.M. Bonch-Bruevich, V.A. Khodovoi “Multiphoton processes8 1–38 (1965)
    32.80.Wr, 32.60.+i, 32.70.Jz, 78.55.−m, 78.20.Ci (all)
  37. M.I. Podgoretskii, O.A. Khrustalev “Interference effects in quantum transitions6 682–700 (1964)
    32.80.Bx, 32.10.Fn, 32.60.+i, 36.10.Dr, 32.10.Dk (all)
  38. B.Sh. Perkal’skis “A Lummer–Gehrcke plate for instructional purposes7 330–330 (1964)
    07.60.Dq, 07.60.Ly, 42.79.Bh, 01.50.My, 42.25.Hz, 32.60.+i (all)
  39. G.V. Skrotskii, T.G. Izyumova “Optical orientation of atoms and its applications4 177–204 (1961)
    32.80.Bx, 32.30.Bv, 32.10.Fn, 32.80.Cy, 32.60.+i, 32.30.Dx (all)
  40. 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)
  41. A.E. Glauberman “VASILII STEPANOVICH MILIYANCHUK2 496–497 (1959)
    01.60.+q, 32.30.−r (all)
  42. 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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