PACS numbers

41.75.−i Charged-particle beams
  1. P.A. Mazarov, V.G. Dudnikov, A.B. Tolstoguzov “Electrohydrodynamic emitters of ion beams63 1219–1255 (2020)
    29.25.Ni, 41.75.−i, 81.16.Nd (all)
  2. Yu.I. Belchenko, V.I. Davydenko et alStudies of ion and neutral beam physics and technology at the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics SB RAS61 531–581 (2018)
    29.25.Ni, 29.27.Ac, 29.27.Fh, 29.27.Hj, 41.75.−i, 41.75.Ak, 41.75.Cn, 41.85.−p, 41.85.Ar, 52.50.Dg, 52.50.Gj (all)
  3. B.M. Bolotovskii, A.V. Serov “Radiation of superluminal sources in empty space48 903–915 (2005)
    41.20.−q, 41.60.Bq, 41.75.−i (all)
  4. V.A. Vanke “Transverse electron-beam waves for microwave electronics48 917–937 (2005)
    07.50.−e, 41.75.−i, 84.40.−x, 84.40.Fe (all)
  5. B.M. Bolotovskii, A.V. Serov “Special features of motion of particles in an electromagnetic wave46 645–655 (2003)
    03.50.+p, 41.60.Cr, 41.75.−i (all)
  6. V.I. Boiko, A.N. Valyaev, A.D. Pogrebnyak “Metal modification by high-power pulsed particle beams42 1139–1166 (1999)
    41.75.−i, 61.80.−x, 81.15.−z, 81.40.−z (all)
  7. 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)
  8. A.S. Vovenko, B.A. Kulakov et alGas filled Cherenkov counters6 794–824 (1964)
    29.40.Ka, 29.40.Cs, 41.75.−i (all)
  9. V.P. Ignatenko “Principles of formation and focusing of intense beams of charged particles4 96–115 (1961)
    41.85.Lc, 41.75.−i (all)
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