PACS numbers

61.72.Hh Indirect evidence of dislocations and other defects (resistivity, slip, creep, strains, internal friction, EPR, NMR, etc.) 62.20.Fe Deformation and plasticity 62.65.+k Acoustical properties of solids 74.25.Ld Mechanical and acoustical properties, elasticity, and ultrasonic attenuation 81.40.Lm Deformation, plasticity, and creep
  1. V.I. Karas’, V.I. Sokolenko “Nonequilibrium kinetics of the electron—phonon subsystem can give rise to electric- and magnetic-plasticity effects in crystals in alternating electric and/or magnetic fields61 1051–1071 (2018)
    61.72.Ff, 61.72.Hh, 62.20.Hg, 63.20.kd, 63.20.kp, 75.80.+q, 83.60.Np (all)
  2. 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)
  3. 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)
  4. 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)
  5. A.N. Vasil’ev, V.D. Buchel’nikov et alShape memory ferromagnets46 559–588 (2003)
    62.20.Fe, 75.30.Kz, 75.80.+q, 81.30.Kf (all)
  6. G.A. Malygin “Dislocation self-organization processes and crystal plasticity42 887 (1999)
    61.72.Bb, 62.20.Fe, 83.50.−v (all)
  7. L.V. Al’tshuler, R.F. Trunin et alDevelopment of dynamic high-pressure techniques in Russia42 261–280 (1999)
    28.70.+y, 47.40.−x, 62.20.Fe (all)
  8. A.I. Funtikov “Explosive laboratory devices for the measurement of the dynamic compressibility of porous substances in the pressure range from 0.1 to 1 TPa40 1067–1068 (1997)
    28.70.+y, 47.40.−x, 62.20.Fe (all)
  9. L.V. Al’tshuler, R.F. Trunin et alExplosive laboratory devices for shock wave compression studies39 539–544 (1996)
    28.70.+y, 47.40.−x, 62.20.Fe (all)
  10. R.F. Trunin “Shock compressibility of condensed materials in strong shock waves generated by underground nuclear explosions37 1123–1145 (1994)
    62.20.Fe, 62.10.+s, 47.40.Nm, 28.70.+y (all)
  11. 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)
  12. A.N. Vasil’ev, F.M. Maallavi, M.I. Kaganov “Thermoelastic stresses as a mechanism of electromagnetic-acoustic transformation36 (10) 968–979 (1993)
    62.20.Dc, 72.15.Jf, 68.47.De, 68.35.Iv, 68.35.Gy, 62.20.Fe (all)
  13. 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)
  14. 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)
  15. 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)
  16. A.I. Olemskoi, I.A. Sklyar “Evolution of the defect structure of a solid during plastic deformation35 (6) 455–480 (1992)
    62.20.Fe, 61.72.Ji, 61.72.Lk, 61.72.Bb (all)
  17. L.M. Lyamshev “Radiation acoustics35 (4) 276–302 (1992)
    62.65.+k, 43.35.Ud, 43.35.Sx, 43.35.Zc (all)
  18. Zh.I. Alferov, A.F. Andreev et alYurii Andreevich Osip’yan (on his sixtieth birthday)34 (2) 202–203 (1991)
    01.60.+q, 01.10.Cr, 81.30.Kf, 61.72.Hh, 72.30.+q, 74.72.−h (all)
  19. N.A. Tyapunina, É.P. Belozerova “Charged dislocations and properties of alkali halide crystals31 1060–1084 (1988)
    61.72.Bb, 61.72.Hh, 72.50.+b (all)
  20. G.L. Belen’kii, E.Yu. Salaev, R.A. Suleimanov “Deformation effects in layer crystals31 434–455 (1988)
    62.20.Fe, 62.20.Dc, 65.40.De, 63.20.−e, 61.66.Fn, 71.20.Nr (all)
  21. A.K. Tagantsev “Pyroelectric, piezoelectric, flexoelectric, and thermal polarization effects in ionic crystals30 588–603 (1987)
    77.70.+a, 77.65.−j, 77.22.Ej, 62.20.Fe, 62.20.Dc (all)
  22. I.M. Barkalov, V.I. Gol’danskii “Autowave propagation of cryrochemical reactions in a solid phase30 80–81 (1987)
    82.33.Pt, 82.35.−x, 62.20.Mk, 62.20.Fe, 81.40.Gh (all)
  23. 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)
  24. 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
  25. 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)
  26. 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)
  27. 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)
  28. V.I. Pavlov, A.I. Sukhorukov “Emission of acoustic transition waves28 784–802 (1985)
    62.65.+k, 43.20.Fn, 43.28.−g (all)
  29. A.P. Aleksandrov, Zh.I. Alferov et alSerafim Nikolaevich Zhurkov (on his eightieth birthday)28 642–643 (1985)
    01.60.+q, 62.20.Mk, 81.40.Np, 62.20.Fe, 81.40.Lm (all)
  30. A.I. Akhiezer, V.G. Bar’yakhtar et alRotational invariance, coupled magnetoelastic waves, and magnetoacoustic resonance27 641–642 (1984)
    75.80.+q, 72.55.+s, 62.20.Fe, 75.60.Ej, 75.30.Ds, 75.30.Gw (all)
  31. V.R. Regel’ “Some problems of contemporary research on the mechanical properties of crystals27 547–548 (1984)
    62.20.Fe, 81.40.Lm, 61.72.Lk (all)
  32. V.M. Kontorovich “Dynamic equations of the theory of elasticity of metals27 134–158 (1984)
    62.20.Dc, 72.15.Lh, 72.50.+b, 62.20.Fe (all)
  33. 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)
  34. A.M. Kosevich “How a crystal flows18 920–930 (1975)
    62.20.Hg, 61.72.Hh, 81.40.Lm, 66.30.Lw, 61.72.Ji, 62.20.Fe (all)
  35. G.A. Askar’yan, V.A. Namiot, M.S. Rabinovich “Use of Ultracompression of Matter by Light Reaction Pressure to Obtain Microcritical Masses of Fissile Elements, Ultrastrong Magnetic Fields, and Particle Acceleration17 605–606 (1975)
    01.10.Fv, 62.20.Fe, 81.40.Lm (all)
  36. V.I. Al’shits, V.L. Indenbom “Dynamic dragging of dislocations18 1–20 (1975)
    61.72.Hh, 63.20.Mt, 78.30.−j (all)
  37. G.V. Kurdyumov, N.V. Klassen-Neklyudova “Progress in the theory of strength and plasticity of solids (A review of A. V. Stepanov’s works)16 828–833 (1974)
    62.20.Fe, 81.40.Lm, 61.72.Hh (all)
  38. 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)
  39. I.A. Viktorov “Ultrasonic and Hypersonic Surface Waves16 943–944 (1974)
    62.65.+k, 62.30.+d (all)
  40. A.L. Roitburd “The theory of the formation of a heterophase structure in phase transformations in solids17 326–344 (1974)
    81.30.Kf, 65.40.Gr, 64.70.Kb, 62.20.Fe (all)
  41. P.A. Rebinder, E.D. Shchukin “Surface phenomena in solids during the course of their deformation and failure15 533–554 (1973)
    62.20.Fe, 68.35.Gy, 68.35.Md, 68.43.Mn (all)
  42. G.A. Smolenskii “Certain Problems in the Physics of Nonmetals14 801–802 (1972)
    62.65.+k, 62.30.+d (all)
  43. 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
  44. Sh.M. Kogan “Does an electron fall in a metallic pipe?14 658–661 (1972)
    71.20.−b, 62.20.Fe, 81.40.Lm (all)
  45. 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)
  46. Yu.A. Osip’yan “Interaction of Dislocations with Current Carriers in Crystals14 543–544 (1972)
    61.72.Lk, 61.72.Hh, 62.20.Fe, 72.20.Jv, 61.72.Ji, 72.20.Fr (all)
  47. F.F. Voronov “The Effect of Pressure on the Elastic Moduli of Solids14 545–545 (1972)
    62.20.Dc, 62.50.+p, 64.70.Kb, 62.20.Fe, 63.70.+h (all)
  48. 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)
  49. 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)
  50. P.A. Rebinder, E.D. Shchukin “Physicochemical Phenomena in Processes of Deformation, Failure and Working of Solids13 670–670 (1971)
    62.20.Fe, 81.40.Lm (all)
  51. A.M. Kosevich, V.S. Boiko “Dislocation theory of the elastic twinning of crystals14 286–316 (1971)
    61.72.Bb, 62.20.Dc, 61.72.Mm, 62.20.Fe (all)
  52. B.T. Geilikman, V.Z. Kresin “Kinetic phenomena in superconductors12 620–640 (1970)
    74.25.Fy, 74.25.Ld, 74.20.−z (all)
  53. 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)
  54. Yu.P. Raizer “Physical principles of the theory of brittle fracture cracks13 129–139 (1970)
    62.20.Mk, 81.40.Np, 61.72.Hh, 81.40.Jj (all)
  55. A.A. Urusovskaya “Electric effects associated with plastic deformation of ionic crystals11 631–643 (1969)
    62.20.Fe, 81.40.Lm, 66.30.Hs (all)
  56. L.V. Al’tshuler, A.A. Bakanova “Electronic structure and compressibility of metals at high pressures11 678–689 (1969)
    71.20.Be, 71.20.Dg, 71.20.Eh, 62.50.+p, 62.20.Fe, 81.40.Lm (all)
  57. 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)
  58. L.A. Fal’kovskii “Physical properties of bismuth11 1–21 (1968)
    62.20.Fe, 65.40.Ba, 75.30.Cr, 72.15.Eb, 78.30.Er (all)
  59. A.P. Levanyuk, R.A. Suris “Some properties of superconducting compounds of the V3Si type10 40–44 (1967)
    74.70.−b, 74.62.−c, 74.25.Ha, 74.25.Jb, 74.25.Ld (all)
  60. 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)
  61. 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)
  62. O.I. Balabekyan “Lev Vasil'evich Shubnikov9 455–459 (1966)
    62.20.Fe, 81.40.Lm (all)
  63. 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)
  64. M.V. Klassen-Neklyudova “All-Union conference on dislocations and mechanical properties of crystals7 755–757 (1965)
    01.30.Cc, 61.72.Bb, 61.72.Hh, 62.20.Hg, 62.20.Mk, 81.40.Lm (all)
  65. M.I. Bessonov “Mechanical failure of solid polymers7 401–418 (1964)
    62.20.Mk, 62.20.Fe, 81.40.Np, 81.40.Lm, 81.70.Bt (all)
  66. E.M. Nadgornyĭ “The properties of whiskers5 462–477 (1962)
    68.70.+w, 81.40.Jj, 81.40.Lm, 61.72.Hh, 75.60.Ch, 79.70.+q (all)
  67. B.Ya. Pines “Diffusion and the mechanical properties of solids5 251–271 (1962)
    62.20.Hg, 61.72.Hh, 62.20.Dc, 81.40.Lm, 66.30.Fq (all)
  68. A.N. Orlov, V.L. Indenbom “Physical theory of plasticity and strength5 272–291 (1962)
    62.20.Fe, 81.40.Lm, 61.72.Hh (all)
  69. E.Yu. Kokorish, N.N. Sheftal’ “Dislocations in semiconductor crystals3 840–849 (1961)
    61.72.Bb, 61.72.Ff, 62.20.Fe, 71.20.Mq, 72.20.Jv, 61.72.Ss (all)
  70. R. Chentsov “Seventh All-Union conference on low temperature physics3 949–958 (1961)
    01.10.Fv, 67.40.Vs, 74.20.Mn, 74.25.Ld, 72.15.Gd, 71.18.+y (all)
  71. R.I. Garber, I.A. Gindin “The physical properties of metals of high purity4 405–424 (1961)
    72.15.Eb, 62.20.Fe, 62.20.Dc, 81.40.Lm, 81.40.Jj (all)
  72. D.M. Vasil’ev, B.I. Smirnov “Certain X-RAY diffraction methods of investigating cold worked metals4 226–259 (1961)
    61.10.Nz, 62.20.Fe, 61.72.Nn, 61.66.Bi, 61.72.Ff (all)
  73. R.I. Garber, I.A. Gindin “Physics of the strength of crystalline materials3 41–77 (1960)
    62.20.Fe, 62.20.Mk, 81.40.Lm, 81.40.Np, 61.72.Lk, 61.72.Mm (all)
  74. E.M. Nadgornyi, Yu.A. Osip’yan et alFilamentary crystals with almost the theoretical strength of perfect crystals2 282–304 (1959)
    68.70.+w, 81.10.Bk, 62.20.Fe, 62.20.Mk, 62.20.Hg, 61.50.Ah (all)
  75. V.I. Sarrak “Brittle fracture of metals2 150–164 (1959)
    62.20.Mk, 81.40.Np, 61.72.Hh, 62.20.Fe, 81.40.Lm (all)
  76. V.S. Postnikov “Temperature dependence of the internal friction of metals and alloys1 29–53 (1958)
    62.40.+i, 65.40.De, 81.40.Jj, 62.20.Dc, 61.72.Hh (all)
  77. V.I. Likhtman, E.D. Shchukin “Physico-chemical phenomena in the deformation of metals1 91–112 (1958)
    62.20.Fe, 82.80.−d, 81.40.Lm, 62.20.Mk, 61.72.Hh, 81.40.Np (all)
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