PACS numbers

33.80.Eh Autoionization, photoionization, and photodetachment 36.20.−r Macromolecules and polymer molecules 68.43.−h Chemisorption/physisorption: adsorbates on surfaces 79.70.+q Field emission, ionization, evaporation, and desorption
  1. A.K. Rebrov “Possibilities of gas phase synthesis of diamond structures from mixtures of hydrogen and hydrocarbons60 179–186 (2017)
    34.35.+a, 68.43.−h, (all)
  2. A.S. Bugaev, P.A. Eroshkin et alLow-power X-ray tubes: the current status56 691–703 (2013)
    07.85.Fv, 41.50.+h, 79.70.+q (all)
  3. N.M. Blashenkov, G.Ya. Lavrent’ev “Surface-ionization field mass-spectrometry studies of nonequilibrium surface ionization50 53–78 (2007)
    33.80.Eh, 36.20.−r, 68.43.−h, 79.70.+q (all)
  4. A.A. Shklyaev, M. Ichikawa “Fabrication of germanium and silicon nanostructures using a scanning tunneling microscope49 887–903 (2006)
    68.37.Ef, 79.70.+q, 81.16.Ta (all)
  5. Yu.S. Nechaev “The nature, kinetics, and ultimate storage capacity of hydrogen sorption by carbon nanostructures49 563–591 (2006)
    61.46.−w, 61.48.+e, 68.43.−h, 89.30.−g (all)
  6. A.D. Alekseev, E.V. Ul’yanova, T.A. Vasilenko “NMR potentials for studying physical processes in fossil coals48 1161–1175 (2005)
    68.43.−h, 82.56.−b, 91.60.−x (all)
  7. A.V. Eletskii “Sorption properties of carbon nanostructures47 1119–1154 (2004)
    61.46.+w, 68.43.−h, 81.07.De (all)
  8. A.T. Rakhimov “Autoemission cathodes (cold emitters) on nanocrystalline carbon and nanodiamond films: physics, technology, applications43 926–929 (2000)
    79.60.Jv, 79.70.+q, 85.45.−w, 85.60.Pg (all)
  9. A.V. Burenin “Qualitative intramolecular quantum dynamics42 591–602 (1999)
    02.70.Ns, 34.30.+h, 35.20.-i, 36.20.−r (all)
  10. A.V. Savin, L.I. Manevich et alNonlinear dynamics of zigzag molecular chains42 245–260 (1999)
    02.40.−k, 36.20.−r, 43.25.Rq, 87.15.He (all)
  11. A.E. Grishchenko, A.N. Cherkasov “Orientational order in polymer surface layers40 257–272 (1997)
    36.20.−r, 68.65.+g, 78.20.Fm, 78.66.−w (all)
  12. A.R. Khokhlov, E.E. Dormidontova “Self-organization in ion-containing polymer systems40 109–124 (1997)
    36.20.−r, 61.25.Hq, 82.35.+t, 82.70.Gg (all)
  13. A.Yu. Grosberg “Disordered polymers40 125–158 (1997)
    36.20.−r, 64.70.−p, 87.10.+e, 87.10.-v (all)
  14. V.N. Pokrovskii “Low-frequency dynamics of dilute solutions of linear polymers37 375–391 (1994)
    61.25.Hq, 36.20.−r, 81.40.Tv (all)
  15. O.M. Braun, V.K. Medvedev “Interaction between particles adsorbed on metal surfaces32 328–348 (1989)
    68.43.−h, 68.35.Bs, 61.14.Hg (all)
  16. N.S. Maslova, V.I. Panov “Scanning tunneling microscopy of atomic structure, electronic properties, and surface chemical reactions32 93–99 (1989)
    68.37.Hk, 68.35.Bs, 73.20.At, 68.43.−h, 82.65.+r (all)
  17. A.P. Silin “Structure and dynamics of surfaces: phenomena, models, and methods31 885–886 (1988)
    01.30.Vv, 68.35.Ja, 68.35.Bs, 68.35.Fx, 68.35.Rh, 68.43.−h (all)
  18. 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)
  19. V.A. Grazhulis “Low-temperature investigations of surfaces of certain semiconductors30 745–745 (1987)
    68.35.Bs, 68.47.Fg, 68.43.−h, 79.60.Bm, 68.49.Jk, 61.14.Hg (all)
  20. V.S. Letokhov “Laser-induced processes in spectroscopy, isotope separation, and photochemistry29 70–81 (1986)
    32.10.Bi, 32.80.Fb, 33.80.Eh, 82.50.−m, 32.50.+d, 33.50.Dq (all)
  21. S.A. Knyazev, G.K. Zyryanov, I.A. Pchelkin “Spin polarization of low-energy electrons interacting with solid surfaces28 372–390 (1985)
    68.49.Jk, 68.43.−h, 75.70.Rf, 61.14.Hg, 79.20.Hx (all)
  22. V.S. Antonov, V.S. Letokhov, A.N. Shibanov “Laser resonance photoionization spectroscopy of molecules27 81–105 (1984)
    33.80.Eh, 33.80.Rv, 33.80.Gj, 33.15.Ta (all)
  23. 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)
  24. M.D. Gabovich “Liquid-metal ion emitters26 447–455 (1983)
  25. Yu.F. Bydin, Yu.N. Demkov “Electron energy spectrum in low-energy collisions of negative ions and atoms25 453–474 (1982)
    34.50.Hc, 33.80.Eh, 52.20.Hv, 32.80.Fb (all)
  26. S.A. Azimov, Yu.K. Vishchakas et alÉmmanuil ll’ich Adirovich (obituary)18 810–811 (1975)
    01.60.+q, 79.40.+z, 79.70.+q (all)
  27. V.S. Letokhov “Selective Laser Irradiation of Matter17 603–605 (1975)
    01.10.Fv, 33.80.Eh, 33.80.Gj (all)
  28. S.P. Bugaev, E.A. Litvinov et alExplosive emission of electrons18 51–61 (1975)
    79.40.+z, 79.70.+q, 82.45.Fk (all)
  29. B.Yu. Mirgorodskii, D.Ya. Kostyukevich, D.A. Makarchenko “Demonstration microscope with field emission16 553–556 (1974)
    07.78.+s, 79.70.+q (all)
  30. A.L. Suvorov, V.V. Trebukhovskii “Mass analysis and field-ion microscopy15 471–485 (1973)
    79.70.+q, 68.37.Vj, 32.80.Dz (all)
  31. V.A. Tsukerman, L.V. Tarasova, S.I. Lobov “New sources of X Rays14 61–71 (1971)
    07.85.Fv, 79.70.+q (all)
  32. F.I. Vilesov “Photoionization of gases and vapors by vacuum ultraviolet radiation6 888–929 (1964)
    33.80.Eh, 32.80.Fb, 32.80.Cy, 33.15.Ry, 31.15.Ct, 33.15.Ta (all)
  33. E.M. Nadgornyĭ “The properties of whiskers5 462–477 (1962)
    68.70.+w, 81.40.Jj, 81.40.Lm, 61.72.Hh, 75.60.Ch, 79.70.+q (all)
  34. E.Ya. Zandberg, N.I. Ionov “Surface ionization2 255–281 (1959)
    73.30.+y, 79.70.+q, 68.47.De, 68.47.Fg, 68.35.Md, 73.20.At (all)
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