PACS numbers

43.20.Fn Scattering of acoustic waves 43.28.−g Aeroacoustics and atmospheric sound 62.65.+k Acoustical properties of solids
  1. Electromagnetic and acoustic waves in metamaterials and structures (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 24 February 2011)54 1161–1192 (2011)
    01.10.Fv, 03.65.Xp, 41.20.Jb, 42.25.−p, 43.20.+g, 43.20.Dk, 43.20.Fn, 43.25.+y, 43.30.+m, 43.60.−c, 43.60.Pt, 78.20.Ci, 78.67.−n, 81.05.Xi, 81.05.Zx, 87.50.Y (all)
  2. V.A. Burov, V.B. Voloshinov et alAcoustic waves in metamaterials, crystals, and anomalously refracting structures54 1165–1170 (2011)
    43.20.Dk, 43.20.Fn, 78.20.Ci, 81.05.Zx (all)
  3. O.V. Rudenko “Nonlinear waves: some biomedical applications50 359–367 (2007)
    01.10.Fv, 43.25.+y, 43.25.−x, 43.35.Mr, 43.80.Cs, 43.80.Qf, 62.20.Mk, 62.65.+k (all)
  4. O.V. Rudenko “Giant nonlinearities in structurally inhomogeneous media and the fundamentals of nonlinear acoustic diagnostic techniques49 69–87 (2006)
    43.25.+y, 62.20.Mk, 62.65.+k (all)
  5. V.Yu. Zaitsev, V.E. Nazarov, V.I. Talanov ““Nonclassical” manifestations of microstructure-induced nonlinearities: new prospects for acoustic diagnostics49 89–94 (2006)
    01.10.Fv, 43.25.+y, 62.20.Mk, 62.65.+k (all)
  6. M.I. Kaganov, A.N. Vasil’ev “Electromagnetic-acoustic conversion — a result of the action of a surface force36 (10) 956–967 (1993)
    62.65.+k, 71.18.+y (all)
  7. M.B. Gitis “Order and disorder in high-temperature long-wave acoustics (I): dielectrics, semiconductors, and conductors35 (11) 924–955 (1992)
    62.30.+d, 62.65.+k, 62.20.Dc, 72.80.−r (all)
  8. M.B. Gitis “Disorder and order in long-wave high-temperature acoustics (II): monatomic liquids35 (11) 956–990 (1992)
    62.60.+v, 62.10.+s, 62.65.+k, 62.20.Dc, 64.70.Dv (all)
  9. O.V. Rudenko, B.B. Voronov, A.I. Korobov “Nonlinear acoustic waves in media with absorption and dispersion35 (9) 796–804 (1992)
    43.25.Dc, 43.25.Yw, 43.28.Mw, 62.50.+p, 62.65.+k, 62.60.+v (all)
  10. L.M. Lyamshev “Radiation acoustics35 (4) 276–302 (1992)
    62.65.+k, 43.35.Ud, 43.35.Sx, 43.35.Zc (all)
  11. Yu.A. Khramov “Petr Nikolaevich Lebedev and his school (On the 120th anniversary of the year of his birth)29 1127–1134 (1986)
    41.20.Jb, 01.60.+q, 62.65.+k (all)
  12. M.I. Kaganov, V.B. Fiks “Conversion of electromagnetic energy into acoustic energy by electrons in metals (theory)29 888–889 (1986)
    62.65.+k
  13. A.N. Vasil’ev, Yu.P. Gaidukov “Contactless excitation of sound in metals (experiment)29 889–891 (1986)
    62.65.+k, 72.30.+q (all)
  14. A.P. Silin “Semiconductor superlattices28 972–993 (1985)
    73.21.Cd, 78.67.Pt, 62.65.+k, 68.65.Cd, 72.20.My, 78.60.−b (all)
  15. A.A. Karabutov “Laser excitation of surface acoustic waves: a new direction in opto-acoustic spectroscopy of a solid28 1042–1051 (1985)
    68.35.Iv, 78.20.Hp, 62.65.+k, 78.35.+c (all)
  16. V.I. Pavlov, A.I. Sukhorukov “Emission of acoustic transition waves28 784–802 (1985)
    62.65.+k, 43.20.Fn, 43.28.−g (all)
  17. Yu.M. Gal’perin, V.L. Gurevich, V.I. Kozub “Nonlinear effects in the propagation of high-frequency sound in normal conductors22 352–367 (1979)
    43.35.Cg, 43.25.−x, 62.65.+k (all)
  18. M.I. Kaganov, Ya.V. Kravchenko, V.D. Natsik “Dislocation dragging by electrons in metals16 878–891 (1974)
    61.72.Hh, 74.25.Ld, 62.20.Fe, 81.40.Lm, 62.65.+k (all)
  19. I.A. Viktorov “Ultrasonic and Hypersonic Surface Waves16 943–944 (1974)
    62.65.+k, 62.30.+d (all)
  20. G.A. Smolenskii “Certain Problems in the Physics of Nonmetals14 801–802 (1972)
    62.65.+k, 62.30.+d (all)
  21. Yu.M. Gal’perin, P.E. Zil’berman et alA New Type of Acoustoelectric Nonlinearity (Nonlinear Landau Damping of Sound Waves)14 808–808 (1972)
    62.65.+k
  22. V.E. Ivanov, Ya.B. Fainberg et alALEKSANDR IL’ICH AKHIEZER (In commemoration of his 60th birthday)14 671–672 (1972)
    72.55.+s, 62.65.+k, 62.50.+p, 01.60.+q (all)
  23. A.B. Shmelev “Wave Scattering by Statistically Uneven Surfaces15 173–183 (1972)
    43.20.Fn, 02.70.Rr (all)
  24. G.A. Smolenskii, V.V. Lemanov “Hypersonic Waves in Crystals13 665–666 (1971)
    62.65.+k, 63.20.Kr, 63.20.Ls, 77.84.−s (all)
  25. A.F. Andreev, I.M. Lifshitz “Quantum Theory of Defects in Crystals13 670–670 (1971)
    61.72.Ji, 61.72.Bb, 65.40.−b, 62.65.+k (all)
  26. Yu.M. Gal’perin, I.L. Drichko et alPossibility of Obtaining and Using the Effect of Amplification of Ultrasound by a Semiconductor in a Magnetic Field12 585–585 (1970)
    77.65.−j, 62.65.+k (all)
  27. V.I. Pustovoit “Interaction of electron streams with elastic lattice waves12 105–132 (1969)
    62.30.+d, 72.50.+b, 62.65.+k, 76.40.+b, 63.20.Kr (all)
  28. I.M. Lifshitz, M.I. Kaganov “Some problems of the electron theory of metals III. Kinetic properties of electrons in metals8 805–851 (1966)
    72.15.Jf, 72.15.Gd, 72.30.+q, 62.65.+k, 72.10.−d (all)
  29. I.L. Fabelinskii “Study of the fine structure of the lines of scattered light and the propagation of hypersound8 637–641 (1966)
    78.35.+c, 62.60.+v, 62.65.+k, 66.20.+d (all)
  30. A.G. Aronov, V.S. Oskotskii “Sixth All-Union symposium on semiconductor theory9 153–167 (1966)
    72.20.Jv, 72.30.+q, 72.20.Fr, 63.20.Kr, 62.65.+k (all)
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