PACS numbers

62.30.+d Mechanical and elastic waves; vibrations 63.20.Dj Phonon states and bands, normal modes, and phonon dispersion
  1. 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)
  2. 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)
  3. M.A. Chernikov “Elastic properties of icosahedral and decagonal quasicrystals48 411–417 (2005)
    61.44.−n, 61.44.Br, 62.20.De, 62.30.+d (all)
  4. E.G. Maksimov, V.I. Zinenko, N.G. Zamkova “Ab initio calculations of the physical properties of ionic crystals47 1075–1099 (2004)
    61.50.Ah, 63.20.Dj, 71.15.Mb (all)
  5. L.A. Falkovsky “Investigation of semiconductors with defects using Raman scattering47 249–272 (2004)
    63.20.−e, 63.20.Dj, 78.30.−j (all)
  6. S.Yu. Savrasov, E.G. Maksimov “Ab initio calculations of lattice dynamics of crystals38 737–759 (1995)
    63.20.Dj, 71.25.Cx, 71.25.Pi
  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. P.S. Landa, V.F. Marchenko “On the linear theory of waves in media with periodic structures34 (9) 830–834 (1991)
    62.30.+d, 63.20.Dj (all)
  9. L.M. Barkov, B.K. Vainshtein et alKirill Sergeevich Aleksandrov (on his sixtieth birthday)34 (1) 98–98 (1991)
    01.60.+q, 62.30.+d, 62.20.Dc, 77.80.Bh, 78.20.Ls (all)
  10. I.I. Mazin “Reference book on phonon properties of metals31 885–885 (1988)
  11. A.M. Gulyan “Phonons in condensed matter31 382–383 (1988)
    63.50.+x, 74.25.Kc, 67.40.Pm, 68.35.Ja, 63.20.Dj (all)
  12. I.A. Viktorov “Ultrasonic and Hypersonic Surface Waves16 943–944 (1974)
    62.65.+k, 62.30.+d (all)
  13. E.G. Brovman, Yu.M. Kagan “Phonons in nontransition metals17 125–152 (1974)
  14. G.A. Smolenskii “Certain Problems in the Physics of Nonmetals14 801–802 (1972)
    62.65.+k, 62.30.+d (all)
  15. R.I. Personov “Shpol’skii Spectra and the Optical Analog of the Mossbauer Effect15 368–369 (1972)
    76.80.+y, 63.20.Dj, 63.20.Kr (all)
  16. L.K. Zarembo, V.A. Krasil’nikov “Nonlinear phenomena in the propagation of elastic waves in solids13 778–797 (1971)
    62.30.+d, 62.20.Dc, 81.40.Jj, 63.20.Kr (all)
  17. V.S. Gorelik, M.M. Sushchinskii “Raman scattering of light in crystals12 399–429 (1969)
    78.30.−j, 63.20.Dj (all)
  18. 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)
  19. V.N. Murzin, R.E. Pasynkov, S.P. Solov’ev “Ferroelectricity and crystal-lattice dynamics10 453–484 (1968)
    77.80.Bh, 63.20.Ry, 63.20.Dj, 78.30.−j, 77.84.Dy, 76.80.+y (all)
  20. S.B. Kormer “Optical study of the characteristics of shock-compressed condensed dielectrics11 229–254 (1968)
    78.20.Ci, 62.50.+p, 77.84.Nh, 64.70.Dv, 78.60.Fi, 62.30.+d (all)
  21. Yu.E. Perlin “Modern methods in the theory of many-phonon processes6 542–565 (1964)
    63.20.Kr, 72.20.Jv, 63.20.Dj (all)
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