PACS numbers

62.20.Qp Friction, tribology, and hardness 68.35.Gy Mechanical properties; surface strains 68.35.Md Surface thermodynamics, surface energies 68.35.bd Metals and alloys 68.60.−p Physical properties of thin films, nonelectronic 68.65.Ac Multilayers 81.40.Pq Friction, lubrication, and wear
  1. A.D. Pogrebnjak, A.A. Bagdasaryan et alAdaptive multicomponent nanocomposite coatings in surface engineering60 586–607 (2017)
    62.20.Qp, 68.35.bd, 68.35.Gy, 68.35.Md, 68.60.−p, 68.65.Ac, 81.40.Pq (all)
  2. A.V. Khomenko, I.A. Lyashenko “Statistical theory of the boundary friction of atomically flat solid surfaces in the presence of a lubricant layer55 1008–1034 (2012)
    05.70.Ce, 05.70.Ln, 47.15.gm, 62.20.Qp, 64.60.−i, 68.35.Af, 68.60.−p (all)
  3. A.D. Pogrebnjak, A.P. Shpak et alStructures and properties of hard and superhard nanocomposite coatings52 29–54 (2009)
    61.46.−w, 62.20.Qp, 62.25.−g (all)
  4. Yu.Yu. Stoilov “Laser beam in a soap film47 1261–1270 (2004)
    42.25.Bs, 42.65.Tg, 68.60.−p (all)
  5. G.V. Dedkov “Nanotribology: experimental facts and theoretical models43 541–572 (2000)
    61.16.Ch, 62.20.Qp, 68.35.Gy, 73.20.−r, 81.40.Pq (all)
  6. A.Ya. Tontegode, E.V. Rut’kov “Intercalation by atoms of a two-dimensional graphite film on a metal36 (11) 1053–1067 (1993)
    68.55.Jk, 68.43.Mn, 68.65.Ac (all)
  7. 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)
  8. B.M. Smirnov “Clusters with close packing35 (1) 37–48 (1992)
    61.50.Ah, 68.35.Md, 61.46.Bc (all)
  9. B.M. Smirnov “Energetic processes in macroscopic fractal structures34 (6) 526–541 (1991)
    61.43.Hv, 68.35.Md, 82.70.Gg (all)
  10. Yu.Kh. Vekilov, V.D. Verner, M.B. Samsonova “Electron structure of surfaces of nontransition metals30 172–192 (1987)
    73.20.At, 71.20.Dg, 71.20.Gj, 73.30.+y, 68.35.Md (all)
  11. V.A. Trapeznikov “Study of surface layers by the method of electron spectroscopy28 274–276 (1985)
    68.35.Dv, 79.60.Bm, 79.20.Fv, 81.65.Mq, 81.65.Cf, 68.35.Gy (all)
  12. K.N. Baranskii, D.F. Kiselev et alLecture demonstration on a bench with an air cushion16 937–938 (1974)
    01.50.My, 45.50.Tn, 07.55.Db, 62.20.Qp (all)
  13. V.L. Kalikhman, Ya.S. Umanskii “Transition-metal chalcogenides with layer structures and features of the filling of their brillouin zones15 728–741 (1973)
    61.66.Bi, 71.15.Dx, 71.20.Be, 78.70.En, 72.15.Gd, 62.20.Qp (all)
  14. 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)
  15. B.I. Konstantinov “Feodor Feodorovich Vitman, in memoriam11 280–282 (1968)
    01.60.+q, 62.20.Mk, 81.40.Pq (all)
  16. F. Vol’kenshtein “Electronic processes at the surface of a semiconductor during chemisorption9 743–751 (1967)
    68.43.Mn, 68.35.Md, 61.66.−f (all)
  17. Ya.E. Geguzin, N.N. Ovcharenko “Surface energy and surface processes in solids5 129–157 (1962)
    68.35.Md, 68.35.Ct, 68.35.Fx, 66.30.Hs, 68.15.+e, 68.08.−p (all)
  18. A.A. Chernov “The spiral growth of crystals4 116–148 (1961)
    81.10.Bk, 81.10.Dn, 81.10.Fq, 68.35.Md, 81.65.Cf, 61.72.Ss (all)
  19. E.Ya. Zandberg, N.I. Ionov “Surface ionization2 255–281 (1959)
    73.30.+y, 79.70.+q, 68.47.De, 68.47.Fg, 68.35.Md, 73.20.At (all)
  20. V.N. Polkovnikov, N.N. Salashchenko et alBeryllium-based multilayer X-ray optics”, accepted
    07.60.−j, 42.79.−e, 07.85.Fv, 68.35.Ct, 68.47.De, 68.65.Ac, 68.35.Fx, 68.55.A, 81.15.Cd (all)
  21. V.V. Brazhkin “Ultrahard nanomaterials — myths and reality”, accepted
    62.20.−x, 62.20.Qp (all)
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