PACS numbers

42.55.Mv Dye lasers 42.70.Hj Laser materials 78.40.Me Organic compounds and polymers 78.55.Bq Liquids
  1. 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)
  2. V.V. Egorov, M.V. Alfimov “Theory of the J-band: from the Frenkel exciton to charge transfer50 985–1029 (2007)
    05.10.Ln, 33.20.Kf, 34.70.+e, 71.35.−y, 78.40.Me, 82.20.−w (all)
  3. V.G. Plekhanov “Isotope engineering43 1147–1154 (2000)
    42.70.Hj, 42.81.Qb, 61.72.Tt, 66.30.Hs (all)
  4. 100th anniversary of the birth of S. I. Vavilov34 (3) 215–216 (1991)
    01.60.+q, 78.55.Bq, 01.65.+g, 01.30.−y (all)
  5. P.G. Eliseev “Laser engineering33 (2) 168–168 (1990)
    42.55.Rz, 42.60.By, 42.70.Hj, 42.70.Ce (all)
  6. Yu.G. Abov, I.Ya. Barit et alIl’ya Mikhailovich Frank (on his eightieth birthday)31 960–961 (1988)
    01.60.+q, 01.10.Cr, 82.50.−m, 78.55.Bq (all)
  7. 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)
  8. A.M. Prokhorov “On the twenty-fifth anniversary of the laser29 1–2 (1986)
    42.55.Ah, 42.60.−v, 42.50.−p, 84.40.Ik, 42.55.Mv, 42.65.Lm (all)
  9. 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)
  10. 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)
  11. 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)
  12. A.A. Kaminskii “Physics and spectroscopy of laser crystals27 548–550 (1984)
    42.70.Hj, 78.55.Hx, 78.45.+h (all)
  13. L.A. Ageev “A simple dye laser for demonstrations24 633–634 (1981)
    42.55.Mv
  14. 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)
  15. E.F. Sheka “Electron-vibrational spectra of molecules and crystals14 484–511 (1972)
    63.20.−e, 78.40.Me, 78.30.Jw, 71.35.−y (all)
  16. 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)
  17. 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)
  18. 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)
  19. 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)
  20. G.P. Gurinovich, N.D. Zhevandrov, K.N. Solov’ev “Eleventh Ñonference on luminescence6 590–605 (1964)
    78.55.Bq, 87.15.Mi (all)
  21. V.L. Levshin “The development of S. I. Vavilov’s ideas in the field of luminescence4 747–753 (1962)
    01.60.+q, 78.55.Bq, 82.50.−m, 82.33.Xj, 34.80.Lx, 34.30.+h (all)
  22. B.Ya. Sveshnikov “The quenching of the luminescence of solutions by foreign substances4 776–780 (1962)
    78.55.Bq
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