PACS numbers

42.55.−f Lasers 42.62.−b Laser applications 52.57.−z Laser inertial confinement
  1. P.G. Kryukov “Lasers and fiber optics for astrophysics61 1072–1078 (2018)
    42.62.−b, 42.81.−i, 97.82.−j (all)
  2. V.I. Balykin “Plasmon nanolaser: current state and prospects61 846–870 (2018)
    42.50.−p, 42.50.Nn, 42.55.−f, 42.60.By (all)
  3. V.P. Vasiliev “Current state of high-accuracy laser ranging61 707–713 (2018)
    06.30.Bp, 42.62.−b, 91.10.Fc (all)
  4. M.N. Sapozhnikov “Fifty years of selective laser spectroscopy of solids: a history, general principles and applications61 (4) (2018)
    42.62.−b, 42.62.Fi, 61.43.−j, 61.72.−y, 63.20.kp, 78.20.−e, 78.40.Me, 78.55.−m, 78.66.−w, 87.15.−v, 87.15.M− (all)
  5. V.V. Kocharovsky, V.V. Zheleznyakov et alSuperradiance: the principles of generation and implementation in lasers60 345–384 (2017)
    32.50.+d, 32.80.Qk, 42.50.Nn, 42.55.−f (all)
  6. S.K. Turitsyn, N.N. Rozanov et alDissipative solitons in fiber lasers59 642–668 (2016)
    05.45.Yv, 42.55.Ah, 42.55.−f, 42.55.Wd, 42.60.Fc, 42.65.Tg, 42.81.Dp (all)
  7. A.M. Kalashnikova, A.V. Kimel, R.V. Pisarev “Ultrafast optomagnetism58 969–980 (2015)
    42.62.−b, 75.40.Gb, 75.50.Ee, 75.78.Jp, 78.20.Ls, 78.30.−j (all)
  8. P.G. Kryukov “Femtosecond lasers for astrophysics58 762–771 (2015)
    42.62.−b, 97.82.−j, 98.80.−k (all)
  9. 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)
  10. S.S. Alimpiev, A.A. Grechnikov, S.M. Nikiforov “New approaches to the laser mass spectrometry of organic samples58 191–195 (2015)
    33.80.−b, 42.62.−b, 81.70.−q (all)
  11. A.V. Mitrofanov, D.A. Sidorov-Biryukov et alSubterawatt femtosecondpulses in themid-infrared: A new spatiotemporal dynamics of high-power electromagnetic fields58 89–94 (2015)
    42.25.−p, 42.62.−b, 42.65.Re (all)
  12. P.G. Kryukov “Continuous-wave femtosecond lasers56 849–867 (2013)
    42.55.−f, 42.62.−b, 42.65.−k (all)
  13. A.V. Naumov “Low temperature spectroscopy of organic molecules in solid matrices: from the Shpolsky effect to the laser luminescent spectromicroscopy for all effectively emitting single molecules56 605–622 (2013)
    42.30.−d, 42.62.−b, 61.43.−j, 61.72.−y, 78.20.−e, 78.47.−p, 78.55.−m (all)
  14. Forty years of the Institute for Nuclear Research (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 22 December 2010)54 939–974 (2011)
    01.10.Fv, 01.52.+r, 01.65.+g, 14.60.Pq, 14.60.−z, 25.30.Pt, 26.65.+t, 28.60.+s, 29.20.−c, 29.40.Ka, 32.80.Qk, 32.80.Wr, 42.55.−f, 87.56.B−, 95.55.Vj, 96.50.sb, 96.50.sh, 96.60.Vg (all)
  15. A.M. Shalagin “High-power diode-pumped alkali lasers (Celebrating 50 years of the laser (Scientific session of the General Meeting of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 13 December 2010))54 975–980 (2011)
    32.80.Qk, 32.80.Wr, 42.55.−f (all)
  16. V.L. Bratman, A.G. Litvak, E.V. Suvorov “Mastering the terahertz domain: sources and applications54 837–844 (2011)
    07.57.−c, 42.62.−b, 84.40.Ik (all)
  17. Celebrating 50 years of the laser (Scientific session of the General Meeting of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 13 December 2010)54 837–870 (2011)
    01.10.Fv, 03.75.−b, 07.57.−c, 32.30.Jc, 37.10.−x, 37.10.De, 37.10.Gh, 42.62.−b, 42.65.−k, 42.70.−a, 42.82.−m, 67.85.−d, 78.67.−n, 85.40.−e, 84.40.Ik (all)
  18. N.N. Ledentsov, J.A. Lott “New-generation vertically emitting lasers as a key factor in the computer communication era54 853–858 (2011)
    42.62.−b, 42.82.−m, 85.40.−e (all)
  19. Celebrating the 65th anniversary of the Russian Federal Nuclear Center — All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 6 October 2010)54 387–427 (2011)
    01.10.Fv, 01.65.+g, 05.70.Ce, 07.35.+k, 07.55.Db, 28.52.−s, 28.70.+y, 42.55.−f, 42.62.−b, 47.20.−k, 47.27.wj, 47.40.−x, 52.57.−z, 61.05.C−, 64.30.−t, 74.25.−q, 84.30.Ng, 84.70.+p, 85.70.−w (all)
  20. S.G. Garanin “High-power lasers and their applications in high-energy-density physics studies54 415–421 (2011)
    42.55.−f, 42.62.−b, 52.57.−z (all)
  21. 50 years of the laser era54 1–2 (2011)
    01.65.+g, 42.55.−f (all)
  22. O.N. Krokhin “Laser: a source of coherent light54 3–7 (2011)
    01.65.+g, 42.25.−p, 42.55.−f (all)
  23. A.V. Korzhimanov, A.A. Gonoskov et alHorizons of petawatt laser technology54 9–28 (2011)
    41.75.Jv, 42.55.−f, 42.62.Be, 42.65.Yj, 52.38.Kd, 52.38.Ph (all)
  24. I.A. Shcherbakov “Development history of the laser54 65–71 (2011)
    01.65.+g, 42.55.−f, 42.60.−v (all)
  25. I.M. Belousova “The laser in the USSR: the first steps54 73–75 (2011)
    01.65.+g, 42.55.−f, 42.60.−v (all)
  26. A.V. Masalov “Optical Department of the Lebedev Physical Institute: early work on lasers54 87–91 (2011)
    01.65.+g, 42.55.−f, 42.60.−v (all)
  27. L.V. Kravchuk “Development of nuclear physics medicine at the Institute for Nuclear Research, RAS53 635–639 (2010)
    29.20.−c, 42.62.−b, 87.56.−v (all)
  28. A.N. Lagarkov, A.K. Sarychev et alSuperresolution and enhancement in metamaterials52 959–967 (2009)
    42.25.Gy, 42.55.−f, 78.67.−n (all)
  29. V.E. Fortov “Extreme states of matter on Earth and in space52 615–647 (2009)
    07.35.+k, 29.20.−c, 42.62.−b, 97.60.−s (all)
  30. A.A. Kaminskii, Bohaty L et alNew nonlinear laser effects in α-quartz: generation of a two-octave Stokes and anti-Stokes comb and cascaded lasing in the spectral range of the second and third harmonics51 899–909 (2008)
    42.62.−b, 42.65.−k, 42.70.Ce (all)
  31. E.A. Khazanov, A.M. Sergeev “Petawatt laser based on optical parametric amplifiers: their state and prospects51 969–974 (2008)
    42.55.−f, 42.60.By, 42.65.−k (all)
  32. A.R. Aramyan, G.A. Galechyan “Vortices in a gas-discharge plasma50 1147–1169 (2007)
    42.55.−f, 52.20.Hv, 52.75.−d, 52.80.−s (all)
  33. E.M. Dianov, N.V. Karlov et alScientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences dedicated to the ninetieth anniversary of Academician A M Prokhorov (25 October 2006)50 649–656 (2007)
    01.10.Fv, 01.65.+g, 42.50.−p, 42.55.−f (all)
  34. N.V. Karlov, V.I. Konov et alA M Prokhorov: founder of the General Physics Institute50 656–660 (2007)
    01.10.Fv, 01.52.+r, 01.65.+g, 42.62.−b (all)
  35. A.V. Andriyash, P.A. Loboda et alLasers and high energy density physics at the All-Russian Research Institute of Technical Physics (VNIITF)49 1084–1092 (2006)
    01.10.Fv, 42.62.−b, 52.38.−r, 52.50.Jm (all)
  36. E.N. Ragozin, I.I. Sobel’man “Laser sources in the soft X-ray spectral region48 1249–1250 (2005)
    41.60.Cr, 42.55.−f, 42.55.Vc (all)
  37. O.N. Krokhin “The early years of quantum electronics47 1045–1048 (2004)
    01.65.+g, 42.55.−f, 84.40.−x (all)
  38. A.L. Mikaelyan “From quantum electronics to laser technology (first steps in application)47 1051–1055 (2004)
    01.65.+g, 42.55.−f, 42.62.−b (all)
  39. P.A. Apanasevich “Development of laser physics in Belarus47 1056–1058 (2004)
    01.65.+g, 42.55.−f, 42.62.−b (all)
  40. V.A. Makarov “Quantum electronics and the R V Khokhlov-S A Akhmanov school of coherent and nonlinear optics at Moscow State University47 1059–1065 (2004)
    01.65.+g, 42.55.−f, 42.65.−k (all)
  41. Yu.M. Popov “On the history of the invention of the injection laser47 1068–1070 (2004)
    01.65.+g, 42.55.−f, 84.40.−x (all)
  42. A.A. Ivanov, M.V. Alfimov, A.M. Zheltikov “Femtosecond pulses in nanophotonics47 687–704 (2004)
    42.55.−f, 42.62.−b, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Re (all)
  43. V.B. Rozanov “Feasibility of spherical fusion target compression under two-beam laser irradiation47 359–370 (2004)
    28.52.Cx, 52.57.−z (all)
  44. E.N. Ragozin, I.I. Sobel’man “Free-electron laser: advancement into the X-ray region47 195–196 (2004)
    41.60.Cr, 41.75.Jv, 42.55.−f (all)
  45. E.G. Bessonov, A.V. Vinogradov et alLaser electron-beam X-ray source for medical applications46 872–876 (2003)
    42.62.−b, 87.56.By, 87.59.Dj (all)
  46. O.N. Krokhin “Laser fusion: state of the art and prospects45 1305–1306 (2002)
    28.52.−s, 52.57.−z (all)
  47. V.S. Letokhov “Lasing in space45 1306–1309 (2002)
    42.55.−f, 97.20.−w (all)
  48. V.V. Datsyuk, I.A. Izmailov “Optics of microdroplets44 1061–1073 (2001)
    12.20.Fv, 42.50.−p, 42.55.−f, 42.65.−k, 42.68.Wt (all)
  49. I.K. Krasyuk “Application of laser-driven shock waves in studies of thermal and mechanical material properties42 1056–1059 (1999)
    42.62.−b, 61.80.Ba (all)
  50. A.N. Oraevskii “Superluminal waves in amplifying media41 1199–1209 (1998)
    42.50.Gy, 42.55.−f, 42.65.−k (all)
  51. A.F. Andreev, B.B. Kadomtsev et alNikolai Gennadievich Basov (on his seventieth birthday)36 (1) 32–33 (1993)
    01.60.+q, 01.10.Cr, 42.50.Gy, 42.55.Px, 42.60.By, 52.57.−z (all)
  52. L.M. Lyamshev “Lasers in acoustics30 252–279 (1987)
    43.38.Zp, 42.79.Jq, 43.35.Ud, 43.60.−c, 42.62.−b, 42.81.Pa (all)
  53. A.A. Vedenov, G.D. Myl’nikov, D.N. Sobolenko “Generation of coherent far-infrared radiation using lasers25 833–853 (1982)
    42.65.Cq, 42.80.-f, 42.72.+h, 42.55.−f
  54. M.V. Fedorov “Interaction of electrons with the electromagnetic field in free electron lasers24 801–814 (1981)
    42.55.−f, 41.70.+t
  55. O.N. Krokhin “Use of Lasers for Plasma Heating14 362–362 (1971)
    52.50.Jm, 52.57.−z, 42.60.Lh (all)
  56. Yu.A. Anan’ev “Angular divergence of radiation of solid-state lasers14 197–215 (1971)
    42.55.−f, 42.79.Bh (all)
  57. S.A. Akhmanov, R.V. Khokhlov “New developments in non-linear optics11 394–402 (1968)
    01.30.Cc, 42.65.−k, 42.70.Nq, 42.50.Ct, 42.55.−f (all)
  58. V.P. Tychinskii “Powerful gas lasers10 131–152 (1967)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.By, 42.60.Jf, 42.60.Lh, 42.62.−b (all)
  59. L.D. Derkacheva, G.V. Peregudov, A.I. Sokolovskaya “Rare-earth chelate lasers10 91–99 (1967)
    42.55.−f, 42.60.Jf, 42.70.Hj, 42.70.Jk (all)
  60. N.V. Karlov, O.N. Krokhin “The 1964 Nobel prize in physics8 143–144 (1965)
    01.10.Cr, 84.40.Ik, 42.55.−f (all)
  61. B.I. Stepanov, V.P. Gribkovskii “Application of the statistical method to calculation of the optical properties of lasers7 68–79 (1964)
    42.55.−f, 42.60.Jf, 02.70.Rr (all)
  62. G.N. Makarov “New results for laser isotope separation using low-energy methods”, accepted
    33.80.−b, 36.40.-ń, 42.62.−b, 42.62.Fi, 82.40.Fp, 82.50.Bc, 07.77.Gx (all)
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