PACS numbers

42.55.Lt Gas lasers including excimer and metal-vapor lasers 42.60.By Design of specific laser systems 42.70.Hj Laser materials 51.50.+v Electrical properties 51.70.+f Optical and dielectric properties
  1. 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)
  2. S.Yu. Mironov, A.V. Andrianov et alSpatio-temporal shaping of photocathode laser pulses for linear electron accelerators60 1039–1050 (2017)
    29.20.−c, 29.27.Ac, 42.60.By, 42.60.−v (all)
  3. M.Yu. Tretyakov, M.A. Koshelev et alWater dimer and the atmospheric continuum57 1083–1098 (2014)
    33.20.−t, 36.40.Mr, 51.70.+f, 82.30.Rs, 92.60.Jq, 92.60.Ta (all)
  4. Modern problems in the physical sciences (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 23 November 2011)55 721–738 (2012)
    01.10.Fv, 02.70.−c, 05.10.−a, 05.50.+q, 14.60.St, 23.40.−s, 31.10.+z, 42.55.Lt, 42.60.Lh, 52.50.Jm (all)
  5. A.A. Ionin “High-power IR- and UV-laser systems and their applications55 721–728 (2012)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.Lh, 52.50.Jm (all)
  6. L.N. Pyatnitskii “Optical discharge in the field of a Bessel laser beam53 159–177 (2010)
    51.50.+v, 52.80.−s, 52.90.+z (all)
  7. I.S. Lyubutin, A.G. Gavriliuk “Research on phase transformations in 3d-metal oxides at high and ultrahigh pressure: state of the art52 989–1017 (2009)
    07.35.+k, 51.70.+f, 61.50.Ks, 64.30.−t, 64.60.−i, 71.30.+h, 81.40.Rs (all)
  8. B.M. Smirnov “Modeling of gas discharge plasma52 559–571 (2009)
    34.80.−i, 51.50.+v, 52.20.−j, 52.80.−s (all)
  9. 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)
  10. V.F. Tarasenko, S.I. Yakovlenko “On the electron runaway effect and the generation of high-power subnanosecond beams in dense gases49 767–770 (2006)
    41.75.Fr, 51.50.+v, 52.80.Dy (all)
  11. L.P. Babich “Analysis of a new electron-runaway mechanism and of record-high runaway-electron currents achieved in dense-gas discharges48 1015–1037 (2005)
    41.75.Fr, 51.50.+v, 52.80.Dy (all)
  12. V.F. Tarasenko, S.I. Yakovlenko “The electron runaway mechanism in dense gases and the production of high-power subnanosecond electron beams47 887–905 (2004)
    41.75.Fr, 51.50.+v, 52.80.Dy (all)
  13. A.I. Zhakin “Ionic conductivity and complexation in liquid dielectrics46 45–61 (2003)
    51.50.+v, 66.10.Ed, 82.30.Fi (all)
  14. B.M. Smirnov “Kinetics of electrons in gases and condensed systems45 1251–1286 (2002)
    51.50.+v, 52.25.Fi, 72.15.−v (all)
  15. V.G. Plekhanov “Isotope engineering43 1147–1154 (2000)
    42.70.Hj, 42.81.Qb, 61.72.Tt, 66.30.Hs (all)
  16. E.M. Bazelyan, Yu.P. Raizer “The mechanism of lightning attraction and the problem of lightning initiation by lasers43 701–716 (2000)
    52.80.−s, 52.80.Mg, 51.50.+v, 52.90.+z (all)
  17. V.V. Osipov “Self-sustained volume discharge43 221 (2000)
    51.50.+v, 52.80.−s, 52.80.Tn, 52.90.+z (all)
  18. A.M. Zheltikov, N.I. Koroteev “Coherent four-wave mixing in excited and ionized gas media: four-photon spectrochronography, ellipsometry, and nonlinear-optical imaging of atoms and ions42 321–351 (1999)
    42.62.Fi, 42.65.k, 51.70.+f, 52.25.b (all)
  19. S.V. Ivanov, P.S. Kop’ev, A.A. Toropov “Blue-green lasers based on short-period superlattices in II-VI compounds42 399–402 (1999)
    42.60.−v, 42.60.By (all)
  20. L.M. Vasilyak, S.V. Kostyuchenko et alFast ionisation waves under electrical breakdown conditions37 247–268 (1994)
    51.50.+v, 52.25.Jm, 52.35.Kt (all)
  21. I.A. Vasil’eva “Erratum: Fundamentals of the spectral diagnostics of gases containing a condensed dispersed phase [Phys.-Uspekhi 36, 694-732 (August 1993)]36 (12) 1163–1163 (1993)
    99.10.Cd, 51.70.+f (all)
  22. I.A. Vasil’eva “Fundamentals of the spectral diagnostics of gases containing a condensed dispersed phase36 (8) 694–732 (1993)
    51.70.+f, 32.70.Fw, 33.70.Fd, 33.50.−j, 32.50.+d (all)
  23. N.L. Aleksandrov, A.P. Napartovich “Phenomena in gases and plasmas with negative ions36 (3) 107–128 (1993)
    52.25.Fi, 52.35.Qz, 52.27.Cm, 51.50.+v, 52.20.Fs (all)
  24. 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)
  25. A.I. Osipov, A.V. Uvarov “Kinetic and gasdynamic processes in nonequilibrium molecular physics35 (11) 903–923 (1992)
    51.10.+y, 51.70.+f, 33.20.Tp, 33.15.Kr, 51.20.+d, 51.40.+p (all)
  26. L.P. Babich, T.V. Loiko, V.A. Tsukerman “High-voltage nanosecond discharge in a dense gas at a high overvoltage with runaway electrons33 (7) 521–540 (1990)
    52.80.Tn, 51.50.+v, 52.25.Os (all)
  27. S.M. Gladkov, N.I. Koroteev “Quasiresonant nonlinear optical processes involving excited and ionized atoms33 (7) 554–575 (1990)
    42.65.Dr, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.An, 51.70.+f, 32.80.Rm (all)
  28. A.V. Eletskii “Photoacoustic, photothermal and photochemical processes in gases33 (5) 396–396 (1990)
    51.70.+f, 82.50.−m (all)
  29. P.G. Eliseev “Laser engineering33 (2) 168–168 (1990)
    42.55.Rz, 42.60.By, 42.70.Hj, 42.70.Ce (all)
  30. S.A. Akhmanov “Tunable lasers: a new stage32 284–285 (1989)
    42.60.Fc, 42.65.Yj, 42.65.Re, 42.65.Ky, 51.70.+f, 42.65.Dr (all)
  31. A.A. Abrikosov, E.B. Aleksandrov et alVladimir Idelevich Perel’ (on his sixtieth birthday)31 1039–1039 (1988)
    01.60.+q, 01.30.Kj, 01.10.Cr, 51.70.+f, 72.20.Jv, 72.30.+q (all)
  32. Yu.Yu. Stoilov “Bleaching wave lasers utilizing complex organic compounds31 354–363 (1988)
    42.55.Mv, 42.70.Hj, 78.40.Me, 78.55.Bq (all)
  33. V.G. Arkhipkin, A.K. Popov “Nonlinear optics and transformation of light in gases30 952–976 (1987)
    42.65.Ky, 42.65.An, 51.70.+f, 33.55.Be, 33.80.Rv (all)
  34. T.L. Andreeva, A.V. Malyugin “Fine structure of the Rayleigh spectrum of the scattering of light in molecular gases29 1097–1118 (1986)
    33.15.Pw, 33.20.Fb, 33.20.Vq, 78.35.+c, 51.70.+f, 51.10.+y (all)
  35. B.F. Gordiets, V.Ya. Panchenko “Gas lasers with solar excitation29 703–719 (1986)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.Jf, 92.60.Vb, 33.80.Gj, 33.80.Be (all)
  36. A.M. Prokhorov “A new generation of solid-state lasers29 3–19 (1986)
    42.55.Rz, 42.60.By, 42.70.Hj, 42.70.Ce, 42.60.Gd, 42.60.Lh (all)
  37. N.G. Basov, P.G. Eliseev, Yu.M. Popov “Semiconductor lasers29 20–30 (1986)
    42.55.Px, 42.60.By, 42.70.Hj, 42.70.Nq (all)
  38. N.G. Basov, V.A. Danilychev “Condensed- and compressed-gas lasers29 31–56 (1986)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.By, 32.80.Bx, 33.80.Be (all)
  39. G.A. Mesyats, Yu.D. Korolev “High-pressure volume discharges in gas lasers29 57–69 (1986)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.By, 42.60.Jf, 42.60.Fc, 42.60.Lh (all)
  40. V.K. Popov “High-power excimer lasers and new sources of coherent radiation in the vacuum ultraviolet28 1031–1041 (1985)
    42.55.Lt, 42.65.Re, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Dr, 42.60.Jf, 42.72.Bj (all)
  41. I.A. Shcherbakov “Energy transfer in solids, new active media for solid-state lasers28 530–531 (1985)
    42.55.Rz, 42.70.Hj, 42.60.Jf, 42.60.Lh (all)
  42. A.A. Kaminskii “Physics and spectroscopy of laser crystals27 548–550 (1984)
    42.70.Hj, 78.55.Hx, 78.45.+h (all)
  43. I.L. Fabelinskii “The researches of M. A. Leontovich in optics and acoustics26 356–365 (1983)
    01.60.+q, 51.70.+f, 51.40.+p, 43.10.Eg (all)
  44. N.A. Borisevich, V.A. Tolkachev “Laser action in complex molecules in the gas phase25 865–880 (1982)
    42.55.Hq, 42.60.By, 33.20.−t (all)
  45. E.P. Velikhov, V.S. Golubev, S.V. Pashkin “Glow discharge in a gas flow25 340–358 (1982)
    51.50.+v, 47.20.+m, 52.80.Hc, 42.55.Hq (all)
  46. A.F. Bunkin, N.I. Koroteev “Nonlinear laser spectroscopy of gases, gas flows, and lowtemperature plasmas24 394–411 (1981)
    82.80.Di, 51.70.+f, 07.65.-b
  47. Yu.P. Raizer “Optical discharges23 789–806 (1980)
  48. A.G. Khrapak, I.T. Yakubov “Electrons and positrons in dense gases22 703–726 (1979)
    51.50.+v, 51.10.+y (all)
  49. E.P. Velikhov, V.D. Pis’mennyi, A.T. Rakhimov “The non-self-sustaining gas discharge for exciting continuouswave gas lasers20 586–602 (1977)
    51.50.+v, 42.55.Dk
  50. N.G. Basov, É.M. Belenov et alHigh-pressure carbon dioxide electrically excited preionization lasers18 705–721 (1975)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.By, 42.70.Hj, 51.70.+f, 51.50.+v (all)
  51. N.G. Basov, É.M. Belenov et alCompressed-Gas Lasers16 562–563 (1974)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.By, 42.60.Lh, 42.60.Jf, 42.60.Fc, 42.65.Re (all)
  52. O.A. Shustin, V.V. Korchazhkih et alLecture demonstrations with an argon laser17 439–440 (1974)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.Jf, 42.40.My, 42.30.Wb (all)
  53. A.M. Bazuev, K.M. Bokova “Demonstration of transmission interception of modulated oscillations with a Helium-neon laser beam15 821–821 (1973)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.Fc, 42.60.Jf, 42.79.Bh (all)
  54. N.A. Borisevich “Afterglow of Complex Molecules in the Gaseous Phase15 844–848 (1973)
    52.80.Hc, 33.50.Dq, 51.70.+f (all)
  55. 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)
  56. N.N. Sobolev, V.V. Sokovikov “The carbon monoxide laser. Population inversion mechanism16 350–360 (1973)
    42.55.Lt, 51.70.+f, 42.60.Lh, 42.60.Jf (all)
  57. G.A. Askar’yan “Particle motion in a laser beam16 414–415 (1973)
    42.60.Jf, 42.55.Lt (all)
  58. G.G. Petrash “PULSED GAS-DISCHARGE LASERS14 747–765 (1972)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.Jf, 42.60.Lh, 42.65.Re (all)
  59. O.A. Shustin, T.S. Velichkina et alSome demonstrations in wave optics performed with a Gas laser14 666–667 (1972)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.Jf, 42.25.Hz, 42.25.Gy (all)
  60. G.A. Mesyats, Yu.I. Bychkov, V.V. Kremnev “Pulsed nanosecond electric discharges in gases15 282–297 (1972)
    52.80.−s, 51.50.+v (all)
  61. Yu.L. Klimontovich, A.S. Kovalev, P.S. Landa “Natural fluctuations in lasers15 95–113 (1972)
    42.55.Lt, 42.55.Rz, 42.60.Mi, 42.65.Sf, 05.40.−a (all)
  62. V.L. Ginzburg “Line width in the spectrum of scattered light15 114–120 (1972)
    78.35.+c, 71.36.+c, 78.30.Cp, 51.70.+f (all)
  63. A.G. Molchanov “Lasers in the vacuum ultraviolet and in the X-ray regions of the spectrum15 124–129 (1972)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.Lh, 42.60.Jf, 51.70.+f (all)
  64. L.I. Vidro, Yu.P. Basharov, A.E. Kudryashov “Fresnel diffraction by a Round aperture13 826–827 (1971)
    42.55.Lt, 42.25.Fx, 42.79.Ag, 42.79.Bh, 42.72.−g, 85.60.Ha (all)
  65. V.A. Alekseev, A.A. Vedenov “Electric Conductivity of Dense Cesium Vapor13 830–831 (1971)
  66. Yu.L. Klimontovich “Problems of statistical theory of interaction of atoms with radiation13 480–494 (1971)
    42.50.Ct, 03.65.Yz, 42.55.Lt, 42.60.Jf (all)
  67. V.F. Kitaeva, A.N. Odintsov, N.N. Sobolev “Continuously operating argon ion lasers12 699–730 (1970)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.By, 42.60.Pk, 42.60.Jf, 42.79.Bh, 42.60.Lh (all)
  68. P.G. Kryukov, V.S. Letokhov “Propagation of a Light pulse in a Resonantly amplifying (absorbing) medium12 641–672 (1970)
    42.65.Re, 42.60.Fc, 42.60.Gd, 42.50.Md, 42.60.Da, 42.70.Hj (all)
  69. V.V. Fadeev “Ultraviolet Lasers Using Organic Scintillators13 409–410 (1970)
    42.55.Ks, 42.55.Rz, 42.70.Mp, 42.70.Hj, 42.70.Jk, 42.72.Bj (all)
  70. A.P. Sukhorukov “Thermal Self-action of Intense Light Waves13 410–412 (1970)
    78.20.Nv, 51.70.+f (all)
  71. G.A. Askar’yan, V.B. Studenov, I.L. Chistyi “Thermal Self-focusing in a Beam with Decreasing Intensity Near the Axis (’Banana’ Self-focusing)13 295–296 (1970)
    42.65.Jx, 78.20.Nv, 78.20.Ci, 51.70.+f (all)
  72. 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)
  73. V.E. Privalov, S.A. Fridrikhov “The ring gas laser12 153–167 (1969)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.Da, 42.79.Bh, 42.60.Jf, 42.60.Fc, 42.60.Lh (all)
  74. N.G. Basov, V.V. Nikitin, A.S. Semenov “Dynamics of semiconductor injection lasers12 219–240 (1969)
    42.55.Px, 42.60.Fc, 42.60.Jf, 42.60.By, 42.60.Da (all)
  75. A.A. Mak, Yu.A. Anan’ev, B.A. Ermakov “Solid state lasers10 419–452 (1968)
    42.55.Rz, 42.60.Jf, 42.60.Da, 42.60.By (all)
  76. B.I. Stepanov, A.N. Rubinov “Lasers based on solutions of organic dyes11 304–319 (1968)
    42.55.Mv, 42.70.Hj, 42.60.Jf, 42.60.Fc, 42.60.Da (all)
  77. B.M. Smirnov “Letter to the editor11 460–460 (1968)
    51.20.+d, 51.50.+v, 51.10.+y (all)
  78. 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)
  79. N.I. Kaliteevskii “Demonstration of the coherent properties of a gas laser9 781–781 (1967)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.Da, 42.60.Jf (all)
  80. B.M. Smirnov “Diffusion and mobility of ions in a gas10 313–331 (1967)
    51.20.+d, 51.50.+v, 51.10.+y (all)
  81. 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)
  82. N.N. Sobolev, V.V. Sokovikov “CO2 lasers10 153–170 (1967)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.Da, 42.60.Gd, 42.60.By, 42.60.Rn, 42.60.Jf (all)
  83. 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)
  84. Yu.P. Raizer “Breakdown and heating of gases under the influence of a laser beam8 650–673 (1966)
    51.50.+v, 52.50.Jm, 52.80.Mg (all)
  85. T.S. Velichkina, O.A. Shustin, I.A. Yakovlev “Gas laser—lecture demonstrations of its operation and its use in physics teaching laboratories9 301–303 (1966)
    42.55.Lt, 01.50.My, 42.60.Da, 42.60.Jf, 01.50.Pa (all)
  86. P.A. Bazhulin “The study of rotation and vibration-rotation spectra of gases by the method of combination (Raman) scattering of light5 661–666 (1963)
    51.70.+f, 33.20.Sn, 33.20.Vq, 33.20.Fb, 33.15.Mt (all)
  87. I.S. Marshak “Strong-current pulse (spark) discharges in gas, used in pulsed light sources5 478–514 (1962)
    52.80.Mg, 42.72.Bj, 51.50.+v (all)
  88. L.V. Leskov, F.A. Savin “On the relaxation of nonequilibrium gas systems3 912–927 (1961)
    51.30.+i, 51.50.+v (all)
  89. I.S. Marshak “Electric breakdown of gases at pressures close to atmospheric pressure3 624–651 (1961)
    51.50.+v, 52.80.Hc (all)
  90. 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)
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