PACS numbers

32.80.−t Photoionization and excitation 34.50.−s Scattering of atoms and molecules 36.40.−c Atomic and molecular clusters 43.25.Cb Macrosonic propagation, finite amplitude sound; shock waves 79.20.Rf Atomic, molecular, and ion beam impact and interactions with surfaces 81.07.−b Nanoscale materials and structures: fabrication and characterization
  1. 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)
  2. B.A. Knyazev, V.G. Serbo “Beams of photons with nonzero orbital angular momentum projection: new results61 449–479 (2018)
    32.80.−t, 41.60.Cr, 42.79.−e (all)
  3. A.M. Zheltikov “Keldysh photoionization theory: through the barriers60 1087–1120 (2017)
    32.80.−t, 42.50.−p, 42.65.−k, 78.20.−e (all)
  4. G.N. Makarov “Laser IR fragmentation of molecular clusters: the role of channels for energy input and relaxation, influence of surroundings, dynamics of fragmentation60 227–258 (2017)
    07.77.Gx, 33.80.−b, 36.40.−c, 37.20.+j, 42.62.Fi, 81.07.−b, 82.50.Bc (all)
  5. P.A. Krachkov, R.N. Lee, A.I. Mil’shtein “Quantum electrodynamics processes in the interaction of high-energy particles with atoms59 619–641 (2016)
    12.20.Ds, 32.80.−t (all)
  6. I.I. Ryabtsev, I.I. Beterov et alSpectroscopy of cold rubidium Rydberg atoms for applications in quantum information59 196–208 (2016)
    03.67.Lx, 32.70.Jz, 32.80.−t, 32.80.Ee, 32.80.Rm (all)
  7. G.N. Makarov “Low energy methods of molecular laser isotope separation58 670–700 (2015)
    07.77.Gx, 33.80.−b, 36.40.−c, 42.62.−b, 42.62.Fi, 82.40.Fp, 82.50.Bc (all)
  8. M. Ganeva, P.V. Kashtanov et alClusters as a diagnostics tool for gas flows58 579–588 (2015)
    36.40.−c, 47.15.−x, 47.85.L− (all)
  9. V.Yu. Khomich, V.A. Shmakov “Mechanisms of direct laser nanostructuring of materials58 455–465 (2015)
    79.20.Eb, 81.07.−b (all)
  10. 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)
  11. S.A. Pikuz (Jr.), A.Ya. Faenov et alProduction of exotic states of matter with the use of X-rays generated by focusing a petawatt laser pulse onto a solid target57 702–707 (2014)
    32.80.−t, 52.27.Ny, 52.38.Ph, 52.70.La (all)
  12. R.S. Berry, B.M. Smirnov “Modeling of configurational transitions in atomic systems56 973–998 (2013)
    36.40.−c, 36.40.Ei, 64.70.D−, 71.15.Mb, 81.16.Hc, 82.30.−b (all)
  13. G.N. Makarov “Laser applications in nanotechnology: nanofabrication using laser ablation and laser nanolithography56 643–682 (2013)
    36.40.−c, 42.62.Fi, 61.46.−w, 81.05.ue, 81.07.−b, 81.16.−c, 81.16.Nd (all)
  14. R.A. Andrievski “Metallic nano/microglasses: new approaches in nanostructured materials science56 261–268 (2013)
    61.43.Dq, 62.25.−g, 81.05.Kf, 81.07.−b (all)
  15. Ya.S. Greenberg, Yu.A. Pashkin, E. Il’ichev “Nanomechanical resonators55 382–407 (2012)
    61.46.−w, 62.25.−g, 81.07.−b, 81.07.Oj (all)
  16. B.M. Smirnov “Processes involving clusters and small particles in a buffer gas54 691–721 (2011)
    36.40.−c, 36.40.Sx, 61.43.Hv, 64.70.D−, 68.37.Hk (all)
  17. G.N. Makarov “Kinetic methods for measuring the temperature of clusters and nanoparticles in molecular beams54 351–370 (2011)
    07.77.Gx, 36.40.−c, 36.40.Ei, 42.62.Fi, 81.07.Nb, 82.50.Hp (all)
  18. G.N. Makarov “Experimental methods for determining the melting temperature and the heat of melting of clusters and nanoparticles53 179–198 (2010)
    07.77.Gx, 32.80.−t, 36.40.−c, 36.40.Ei, 42.62.Fi, 81.07.−b (all)
  19. G.N. Makarov “The spectroscopy of clusters by intense pulses of VUV radiation from free electron lasers52 461–486 (2009)
    32.80.−t, 36.40.−c, 41.60.Cr, 42.55.Vc, 42.62.Fi, 52.50.−b, 82.50.Hp (all)
  20. 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)
  21. V.I. Balykin “Atom optics and nanotechnology52 275–282 (2009)
    03.75.−b, 37.20.+j, 81.07.−b (all)
  22. B.S. Dumesh, A.V. Potapov, L.A. Surin “Spectroscopy of small helium clusters and ’nanoscopic’ superfluidity: HeN — CO, N = 2 — 20...52 294–298 (2009)
    05.30.Jp, 33.20.−t, 36.40.−c, 67.25.dw (all)
  23. B.A. Gurovich, K.E. Prikhod’ko “Physical mechanisms underlying the selective removal of atoms52 165–178 (2009)
    79.20.Rf, 81.07.−b, 81.16.−c (all)
  24. V.V. Klimov, Ya.N. Istomin, Yu.A. Kosevich “Plasma phenomena in nanostructures and neutron stars. Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences (26 March 2008)51 839–859 (2008)
    01.10.Fv, 01.30.Cc, 61.46.Bc, 71.45.Gm, 81.07.−b, 52.27.Ep, 97.10.Ld, 97.60.Jd, 63.20.kp, 63.22.−m (all)
  25. V.V. Klimov “Nanoplasmonics51 839–844 (2008)
    61.46.Bc, 71.45.Gm, 81.07.−b (all)
  26. V.Z. Kresin, Yu.N. Ovchinnikov “‘Giant’ strengthening of superconducting pairing in metallic nanoclusters: large enhancement of Tc and potential for room-temperature superconductivity51 427–435 (2008)
    36.40.−c, 74.70.−b, 74.78.Na (all)
  27. G.N. Makarov “Cluster temperature. Methods for its measurement and stabilization51 319–353 (2008)
    32.80.−t, 34.50.−s, 36.40.−c, 43.25.Cb, 79.20.Rf, 81.07.−b (all)
  28. A.A. Shklyaev, M. Ichikawa “Extremely dense arrays of germanium and silicon nanostructures51 133–161 (2008)
    78.55.Ap, 81.07.−b, 81.16.−c (all)
  29. V.P. Krainov, B.M. Smirnov, M.B. Smirnov “Femtosecond excitation of cluster beams50 907–931 (2007)
    36.40.−c, 52.40.Hf, 52.40.Mj, 61.46.−w (all)
  30. R.A. Andrievski “Hydrogen in nanostructures50 691–704 (2007)
    61.43.Dq, 61.46.−w, 61.48.+c, 81.07.−b (all)
  31. V.I. Balykin “Parallel fabrication of nanostructures via atom projection50 744–749 (2007)
    01.10.Fv, 81.07.−b, 81.16.−c, 81.16.Ta (all)
  32. P.V. Kashtanov, B.M. Smirnov, R. Hippler “Magnetron plasma and nanotechnology50 455–488 (2007)
    36.40.−c, 52.80.Sm, 61.46.Bc (all)
  33. B.M. Smirnov “Clusters and phase transitions50 354–358 (2007)
    01.10.Fv, 36.40.−c, 61.46.Bc, 64.70.Dv (all)
  34. A.V. Eletskii “Mechanical properties of carbon nanostructures and related materials50 225–261 (2007)
    61.46.+w, 62.25.+g, 81.07.−b, 85.85.+j (all)
  35. B.S. Dumesh, L.A. Surin “Unusual rotations in helium and hydrogen nanoclusters and ’nanoscopic’ superfluidity49 1113–1129 (2006)
    05.30.Jp, 33.20.−t, 36.40.−c, 67.40.−w (all)
  36. G.N. Makarov “On the possibility of selecting molecules embedded in superfluid helium nanodroplets (clusters)49 1131–1150 (2006)
    28.60.+s, 33.80.−b, 36.40.−c, 42.62.Fi (all)
  37. G.N. Makarov “Extreme processes in clusters impacting on a solid surface49 117–166 (2006)
    34.50.−s, 36.40.−c, 43.25.Cb, 79.20.Rf, 81.15.−z (all)
  38. V.S. Popov “Tunnel and multiphoton ionization of atoms and ions in a strong laser field (Keldysh theory)47 855–885 (2004)
    12.20.Ds, 32.80.−t, 42.50.Hz (all)
  39. A.M. Miterev “Theoretical aspects of the formation and evolution of charged particle tracks45 1019–1050 (2002)
    07.77.−n, 34.50.−s, 82.55.+e (all)
  40. M.V. Feigel’man, V.V. Ryazanov, V.B. Timofeev “Chernogolovka 2000: Mesoscopic and strongly correlated electron systems The current state of quantum mesoscopics44 1045–1059 (2001)
    01.10.Fv, 68.65.−k, 71.27.+a, 81.07.−b (all)
  41. B.A. Gurovich, D.I. Dolgii et alControlled ion-beam transformation of electrical, magnetic, and optical materials properties44 95–105 (2001)
    61.80.Jh, 61.82.Ms, 68.55.−a, 73.50.−h, 73.61.−r, 79.20.Rf, 81.05.−t (all)
  42. V.P. Krainov, M.B. Smirnov “The evolution of large clusters under the action of ultrashort superintense laser pulses43 901–920 (2000)
    36.40.−c, 52.40.Nk, 61.46.+w, 85.42.+m (all)
  43. V.N. Bezmel’nitsyn, A.V. Eletskii, M.V. Okun’ “Fullerenes in solutions41 1091–1114 (1998)
    36.40.−c, 61.46.+w, 61.48.+c (all)
  44. M.L. Ter-Mikhaelyan “Simple atomic systems in resonant laser fields40 1195–1238 (1997)
    32.80.−t, 42.50.−p (all)
  45. A.V. Eletskii, B.M. Smirnov “Fullerenes and carbon structures38 935–964 (1995)
    36.40.−c, 61.46.+w, 61.66.Bi, 74.70.Wz (all)
  46. E.F. Mikhailov, S.S. Vlasenko “The generation of fractal structures in gaseous phase38 253–271 (1995)
    36.40.−c, 47.53.+n, 61.43.Hv (all)
  47. B.M. Smirnov “Systems of atoms with a short-range interaction35 (12) 1052–1079 (1992)
    34.50.−s, 51.20.+d, 68.03.Cd, 64.70.Dv (all)
  48. S.G. Rautian “The diffusion approximation in the problem of migration of particles in a gas34 (11) 1008–1017 (1991)
    51.20.+d, 51.10.+y, 32.80.−t (all)
  49. V.I. Balykin, V.S. Letokhov “The laser optics of neutral atomic beams33 (1) 79–85 (1990)
    32.80.−t
  50. A.V. Eletskii, B.M. Smirnov “Properties of cluster ions32 763–782 (1989)
    36.40.−c, 33.80.Gj (all)
  51. K.P. Zybin “Kinetic theory of particles and photons31 287–287 (1988)
    52.25.Dg, 32.80.−t, 01.30.M− (all)
  52. V.A. Noskin “Laser correlation spectroscopy of quasielastic scattering30 913–914 (1987)
    42.62.Fi, 34.50.−s, 36.20.−r, 87.64.Cc, 82.35.−x (all)
  53. A.B. Migdal “Niels Bohr and quantum physics28 910–934 (1985)
    01.60.+q, 01.70.+w, 42.50.−p, 32.80.−t (all)
  54. V.B. Leonas, I.D. Rodionov “High-energy scattering of atoms and molecules28 332–348 (1985)
    34.50.−s
  55. B.M. Smirnov “Van der Waals molecules27 1–18 (1984)
    33.80.Eh, 33.80.Gj, 33.20.Sn, 34.50.−s, 34.30.+h (all)
  56. H. Paul, R. Fischer “Light absorption by a dipole26 923–926 (1983)
    32.80.−t, 41.10.Hv
  57. V.I. Balykin, G.I. Bekov et alLaser detection of single atoms23 651–678 (1980)
    35.80.+s, 32.80.−t, 42.60.Kg, 32.50.+d (all)
  58. I.A. Akhiezer, L.N. Davydov “Theory of electronic stopping of heavy ions in metals22 804–812 (1979)
    79.20.Nc, 34.50.−s, 34.40.+n
  59. V.S. Letokhov “Selective action of laser radiation on matter21 405–428 (1978)
    28.60.+s, 82.50.−m, 32.80.−t, 33.80.−b (all)
  60. A.P. Kazantsev “Resonance light pressure21 58–76 (1978)
    42.60.He, 32.80.−t
  61. S.É. Frish “Role of Atom-Atom and Atom-Molecule Collisions in the Excitation and Ionization of Atoms15 525–526 (1973)
    34.50.−s
  62. 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)
  63. Ya.B. Zeldovich, V.S. Popov “Electronic structure of superheavy atoms14 673–694 (1972)
    31.15.Md, 32.10.Dk, 36.10.Dr, 34.50.−s (all)
  64. U.A. Arifov “Basic Achievements and Problems in Research on the Interaction of Atomic Particles with the Surfaces of Solids14 787–788 (1972)
    79.20.Rf
  65. E.E. Nikitin, M.Ya. Ovchinnikova “Interference phenomena in atomic scattering14 394–412 (1972)
    34.70.+e, 34.50.−s, 34.10.+x (all)
  66. V.B. Leonas “Studies of short-range intermolecular forces15 266–281 (1972)
    34.20.Gj, 34.50.−s, 34.10.+x (all)
  67. 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)
  68. A.S. Tibilov, A.M. Shukhtin “Generation of Radiation by Ion-ion Recombination12 586–587 (1970)
    34.50.−s
  69. I.Ya. Fugol’ “Processes of elastic scattering of metastable helium atoms in helium gas12 182–194 (1969)
    34.50.−s, 34.10.+x (all)
  70. S.G. Rautian, I.I. Sobel’man “The effect of collisions on the Doppler broadening of spectral lines9 701–716 (1967)
    32.70.Jz, 32.80.−t (all)
  71. G.F. Drukarev, L.A. Sena “Third All-union conference on physics of electronic and atomic collisions (Khar'kov, 21–28 June 1965)9 631–636 (1967)
    01.30.Cc, 34.50.−s, 34.80.−i (all)
  72. I.A. Abroyan, M.A. Eremeev, N.N. Petrov “Excitation of electrons in solids by relatively slow atomic particles10 332–367 (1967)
    79.20.Rf, 79.20.Fv, 68.49.Jk (all)
  73. Ya.M. Fogel’ “Secondary ion emission10 17–39 (1967)
    68.49.Sf, 79.20.Rf (all)
  74. 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)
  75. R.I. Garber, A.I. Fedorenko “Focusing of atomic collisions in crystals7 479–507 (1965)
    34.50.Dy, 79.20.Rf, 61.50.−f (all)
  76. V.S. Nikolaev “Electron capture and loss by fast ions in atomic collisions8 269–294 (1965)
    34.70.+e, 34.50.−s, 34.10.+x (all)
  77. V.B. Leonas “The present state and some new results of the molecular-beam method7 121–144 (1964)
    39.10.+j, 34.20.Gj, 34.50.Dy, 79.20.Rf (all)
  78. P.A. Krachkov, A.I. Mil’shtein “Electroproduction in an atomic field at high energies”, accepted
    12.20.Ds, 32.80.−t (all)
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