PACS numbers

61.72.−y Defects and impurities in crystals; microstructure 64.70.−p Specific phase transitions 68.35.−p Solid surfaces and solid-solid interfaces: structure and energetics 68.90.+g Other topics in structure, and nonelectronic properties of surfaces and interfaces; thin films and low-dimensional structures
  1. T.S. Argunova, V.G. Kohn “Study of micropores in single crystals by in-line phase contrast imaging with synchrotron radiation62 (6) (2019)
    42.25.Fx, 42.25.Kb, 61.72.−y, 61.72.Ff, 61.72.Lk (all)
  2. A.L. Buchachenko “Microwave stimulation of dislocations and the magnetic control of the earthquake core62 46–53 (2019)
    61.72.−y, 62.20.−x, 91.30.Px (all)
  3. A.F. Andreev, L.A. Melnikovsky “Equilibrium shape of 4He crystals near critical surface directions61 1090–1093 (2018)
    05.70.Np, 67.80.−s, 68.35.−p, 68.35.Rh (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.I. Alshits, E.V. Darinskaya et alDislocation kinetics in nonmagnetic crystals: a look through a magnetic window60 305–318 (2017)
    07.05.Tp, 61.72.−y, 62.20.−x (all)
  6. A.L. Buchachenko “Magnetoplasticity and the physics of earthquakes. Can a catastrophe be prevented?57 92–98 (2014)
    61.72.−y, 62.20.−x, 91.30.Px (all)
  7. 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)
  8. Spintronics and nanomagnetism (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 25 April 2012)55 1255–1267 (2012)
    01.10.Fv, 61.72.−y, 62.20.−x, 62.30.+d, 75.47.−m, 75.75.−c, 85.75.−d (all)
  9. V.E. Panin, V.E. Egorushkin, A.V. Panin “Nonlinear wave processes in a deformable solid as in a multiscale hierarchically organized system55 1260–1267 (2012)
    61.72.−y, 62.20.−x, 62.30.+d (all)
  10. V.B. Molodkin, A.P. Shpak et alMultiparametric crystallography using the diversity of multiple scattering patterns for Bragg and diffuse waves. Method of standing diffuse waves54 661–689 (2011)
    42.25.Fx, 61.05.−a, 61.72.−y (all)
  11. Yu.S. Nechaev “The distribution of carbon in steels54 465–471 (2011)
    61.72.−y, 62.20.−x, 81.30.Kf (all)
  12. L.V. Spivak “Synergy effects in the deformation response of thermodynamically open metal — hydrogen systems51 863–885 (2008)
    61.43.−j, 61.72.−y, 62.20.−x, 81.05.Bx (all)
  13. R.B. Morgunov “Spin micromechanics in the physics of plasticity47 125–147 (2004)
    61.72.−y, 62.20.−x, 75.80.+q (all)
  14. V.G. Lifshits, Yu.L. Gavrilyuk et alSurface phases on silicon43 525–527 (2000)
    61.72.−y, 64.70.−p, 68.35.−p, 68.90.+g (all)
  15. B.V. Andryushechkin, K.N. El’tsov, V.M. Shevlyuga “Scanning tunneling microscopy of ’commensurate-incommensurate’ structural phase transitions in the chemisorbed layers of halogens43 527–530 (2000)
    61.16.Ch, 61.50.Ks, 64.70.−p (all)
  16. N.S. Maslova, V.I. Panov, S.V. Savinov “Tunneling spectroscopy of the localized states of individual impurity atoms on a semiconductor surface43 531–533 (2000)
    61.16.Ch, 68.35.−p, 78.50.-w
  17. B.N. Mukashev, Kh.A. Abdullin, Yu.V. Gorelkinskii “Metastable and bistable defects in silicon43 139–150 (2000)
    61.72.−y, 61.72.Tt, 61.80.−x, 71.55.−i (all)
  18. G.A. Martynov “The problem of phase transitions in statistical mechanics42 517–543 (1999)
    05.70.−a, 64.60.−i, 64.70.−p, 81.60.-s (all)
  19. S.A. Kukushkin, A.V. Osipov “Thin-film condensation processes41 983–1014 (1998)
    68.35.−p, 68.18.+p, 68.15.+e, 81.15.−z (all)
  20. L.I. Klushin, A.M. Skvortsov, A.A. Gorbunov “An exactly solvable model for first- and second-order transitions41 639–649 (1998)
    05.70.Fh, 64.60.−i, 64.70.−p (all)
  21. D. Bimberg, I.P. Ipatova et alSpontaneous ordering of semiconductor nanostructures40 529–532 (1997)
    68.90.+g, 73.90.+f (all)
  22. A.Yu. Grosberg “Disordered polymers40 125–158 (1997)
    36.20.−r, 64.70.−p, 87.10.+e, 87.10.-v (all)
  23. A.D. Gul’ko, F.S. Dzheparov et alYurii Georgievich Abov (on his seventieth birthday)35 (11) 997–998 (1992)
    01.60.+q, 29.30.Hs, 28.50.Dr, 21.10.Hw, 61.72.−y, 76.60.−k (all)
  24. V.G. Bar’yakhtar, L.P. Gor’kov et alMikhail Aleksandrovich Krivoglaz (obituary)32 567–568 (1989)
    01.60.+q, 78.20.Ci, 61.72.Ss, 61.72.Ji, 64.70.−p (all)
  25. A.N. Matveev, S.M. Zhebrovskii “Books on physics and astronomy to be published by ’Mir’ in 199032 473–478 (1989)
    01.30.Vv, 05.45.Df, 05.70.Ln, 64.70.−p, 82.70.Kj, 95.10.−a (all)
  26. E.V. Kolontsova “Radiation-induced states in crystals with ionic-covalent bonds30 64–78 (1987)
    61.80.−x, 61.50.Ah, 61.72.Ji, 64.70.−p, 61.50.Lt (all)
  27. S.N. Andrianov, Yu.V. Naboikin et alOptical superradiance in a diphenyl crystal with pyrene29 1060–1062 (1986)
    78.45.+h, 61.72.−y (all)
  28. B.I. Sturman “Collision integral for elastic scattering of electrons and phonons27 881–884 (1984)
    63.20.Kr, 61.72.−y, 05.70.Ce (all)
  29. A.V. Bushman, V.E. Fortov “Model equations of state26 465–496 (1983)
    64.10.+h, 64.70.−p, 05.70.Ce, 52.25.Kn (all)
  30. M.A. Anisimov, E.E. Gorodetskii, V.M. Zaprudskii “Phase transitions with coupled order parameters24 57–75 (1981)
    64.60.Fr, 64.60.Kw, 64.70.−p (all)
  31. O.I. Sumbaev, V.A. Shaburov et alInvestigation of the Electronic Mechanism of Isomorphic Phase Transitions Using the ’Chemical’ Shifts of X-Ray Lines.17 461–462 (1974)
    64.70.−p
  32. M.A. Krivoglaz “The Fluctuon States of Electrons in Disordered Systems14 544–545 (1972)
    71.23.An, 65.60.+a, 64.70.−p, 75.60.Ej, 72.20.−i (all)
  33. N.E. Alekseevskii “New superconductors11 403–410 (1968)
    74.70.−b, 74.10.+v, 74.78.−w, 64.70.−p (all)
  34. V.M. Agranovich “The problem of the defects in the process of excition luminescence of molecular crystals3 427–433 (1960)
    78.60.−b, 61.72.−y, 71.35.−y, 71.36.+c (all)
  35. F. Klement, Ch.B. Lushchik “Conference on the physics of ALKALI-HALlDE crystals3 273–277 (1960)
    01.30.Cc, 78.55.Fv, 71.35.−y, 61.66.Fn, 61.72.−y (all)
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