PACS numbers

61.43.Fs Glasses 64.70.Q− Theory and modeling of the glass transition 64.70.kj Glasses
  1. D.S. Sanditov, M.I. Ojovan “Relaxation aspects of the liquid—glass transition62 111–130 (2019)
    61.43.Gt, 64.70.Q−, 81.05.kf (all)
  2. T.V. Tropin, Ju.W.P. Schmelzer, V.L. Aksenov “Modern aspects of the kinetic theory of glass transition59 42–66 (2016)
    61.43.Fs, 64.70.kj, 64.70.Q− (all)
  3. B.P. Antonyuk, V.B. Antonyuk “Self-organization of excitations in Ge-doped silica fibers and its role in second harmonic generation44 53–70 (2001)
    42.81.Qb, 61.43.Fs, 72.20.Jv (all)
  4. V.K. Malinovskii, V.N. Novikov, A.P. Sokolov “Nanometer-scale structure of disordered bodies36 (5) 440–444 (1993)
    63.50.+x, 78.30.Ly, 61.43.Fs, 78.70.Nx (all)
  5. V.A. Vysloukh “Fiber optics of fluoride glasses34 (9) 841–841 (1991)
    42.81.Dp, 01.30.Ee, 42.70.Ce, 61.43.Fs (all)
  6. E.F. Sheka “Spectroscopy of amorphous substances with molecular structure33 (2) 147–166 (1990)
    61.43.Fs, 78.30.Ly, 78.70.Nx (all)
  7. M.I. Klinger “Low-temperature properties of nonmetallic glasses33 (1) 88–89 (1990)
    72.80.Ng, 61.43.Fs (all)
  8. V.A. Shklovskii, V.M. Kuz’menko “Explosive crystallization of amorphous substances32 163–180 (1989)
    64.70.Kb, 61.43.Fs (all)
  9. I.M. Fishman “Steady-state and transient nucleation of a new phase in a first-order transition31 561–576 (1988)
    64.60.Qb, 61.43.Fs, 71.35.Ee, 66.30.−h (all)
  10. U.Kh. Kopvillem, V.N. Osipov et alAnalogs of Electron Spin Echo in Ferroelectrics and Glasses14 802–803 (1972)
    76.30.−v, 77.84.−s, 61.43.Fs (all)
  11. Ya.S. Bobovich, T.P. Tulub “Raman spectra and structure of certain inorganic types of glass1 1–28 (1958)
    78.30.Ly, 61.43.Fs (all)
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