PACS numbers

62.50.+p High-pressure and shock wave effects in solids and liquids 66.20.+d Viscosity of liquids; diffusive momentum transport 81.30.Bx Phase diagrams of metals, alloys, and oxides 91.35.−x Earth’s interior structure and properties
  1. V.V. Brazhkin ““Lost in Translation”: what do the negative values of effective Grüneisen coefficients mean in shock wave experiments? [Extended comment on “Shock compression of porous metals and silicates” by A B Medvedev and R F Trunin, Phys. Usp. 55 773 (2012)]55 790–795 (2012)
    61.43.−j, 62.50.−p, 64.60.My, 65.60.+a, 91.35.−x, 91.40.Qa (all)
  2. D.E. Smylie, V.V. Brazhkin, A. Palmer “Direct observations of the viscosity of Earth’s outer core and extrapolation of measurements of the viscosity of liquid iron52 79–92 (2009)
    66.20.−d, 91.35.−x, 93.85.−q (all)
  3. V.N. Zharkov “On estimating the molecular viscosity of the Earth’s outer core: comment on the paper by D E Smylie et al.52 93–95 (2009)
    66.20.−d, 91.35.−x (all)
  4. D.E. Smylie, V.V. Brazhkin, A. Palmer “Reply to comment by V N Zharkov “On estimating the molecular viscosity of the Earth’s outer core”52 96–96 (2009)
    66.20.−d, 91.35.−x (all)
  5. L.N. Dzhavadov, E.L. Gromnitskaya et alStudies of the thermodynamic, elastic, superconducting, and magnetic properties of substances at high pressures51 1066–1070 (2008)
    61.50.Ks, 62.50.+p, 74.70.−b (all)
  6. G.I. Kanel, V.E. Fortov, S.V. Razorenov “Shock waves in condensed-state physics50 771–791 (2007)
    52.25.−b, 52.35.Tc, 62.50.+p, 64 (all)
  7. V.F. Degtyareva “Simple metals at high pressures: the Fermi sphere-Brillouin zone interaction model49 369–388 (2006)
    61.50.Ks, 61.66.Bi, 62.50.+p (all)
  8. E.N. Avrorin, V.A. Simonenko, L.I. Shibarshov “Physics research during nuclear explosions49 432–437 (2006)
    01.10.Fv, 28.70.+y, 47.40.−x, 62.50.+p (all)
  9. E.G. Maksimov, M.V. Magnitskaya, V.E. Fortov “Non-simple behavior of simple metals at high pressure48 761–780 (2005)
    61.50.Ah, 62.50.+p, 61.66.−f, 71.15.Mb (all)
  10. B.A. Klumov, V.V. Kim et alDeep Impact experiment: possible observable effects48 733–742 (2005)
    47.40.−x, 62.50.+p, 82.20.Wt, 96.35.−j, 96.50.Gn (all)
  11. V.N. Mineev, A.I. Funtikov “Viscosity measurements on metal melts at high pressure and viscosity calculations for the earth’s core47 671–686 (2004)
    62.50.+p, 66.20.+d, 81.30.Bx, 91.35.−x (all)
  12. R.F. Trunin “Shock compression of condensed materials (laboratory studies)44 371–396 (2001)
    07.35.+k, 62.50.+p, 91.60.Gf (all)
  13. V.V. Brazhkin, A.G. Lyapin “Universal viscosity growth in metallic melts at megabar pressures: the vitreous state of the Earth’s inner core43 493–508 (2000)
    61.25.Mv, 61.43.−j, 62.50.+p, 66.20.+d, 91.35.Ed (all)
  14. A.G. Lyapin, V.V. Brazhkin et alTransformations in amorphous solids under high pressures42 1059–1062 (1999)
    62.50.+p, 62.20.Dc, 64.70.Kb, 64.70.Pf (all)
  15. V.V. Kuznetsov “The anisotropy of properties of the Earth’s inner core40 951–961 (1997)
    91.35.−x, 91.30.Dk (all)
  16. I.L. Fabelinskii “Macroscopic and molecular shear viscosity40 689–700 (1997)
    61.20.Gy, 61.25.Em, 66.20.+d (all)
  17. G.M. Arutyunyan, V.I. Gol’danskii et alSergei Petrovich D’yakov and his contributions to science36 (9) 858–864 (1993)
    01.60.+q, 62.50.+p, 01.10.Cr, 66.20.+d (all)
  18. E.N. Avrorin, B.K. Vodolaga et alIntense shock waves and extreme states of matter36 (5) 337–364 (1993)
    62.50.+p, 64.60.Cn, 82.33.Vx, 81.30.Bx (all)
  19. Zh.I. Alferov, B.K. Vainshtein et alIsaak Mikhailovich Tsidil’kovskii (on his seventieth birthday)36 (5) 450–451 (1993)
    01.60.+q, 72.20.My, 72.20.Jv, 62.50.+p, 78.20.Ls, 74.72.−h (all)
  20. 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)
  21. A.F. Goncharov “Stability of diamond at high pressures30 525–534 (1987)
    81.30.Dz, 62.50.+p (all)
  22. V.M. Svistunov, M.A. Belogolovskii, O.I. Chernyak “Tunnel investigations of metals at high pressures30 1–22 (1987)
    62.50.+p, 74.45.+c, 74.25.Kc, 74.62.Fj, 74.50.+r, 74.25.Dw (all)
  23. V.V. Brazhkin, V.I. Larchev et alMetallic glasses and amorphous semiconductors, obtained by quenching from the melt under high pressure29 1066–1068 (1986)
    62.50.+p, 81.40.Gh (all)
  24. V.E. Antonov, I.T. Belash, E.G. Ponyatovskii “Hydrides: investigations under high hydrogen pressures29 1068–1069 (1986)
    62.50.+p, 75.30.Cr, 75.30.Kz, 74.62.Fj (all)
  25. I.L. Fabelinskii, S.V. Krivokhizha, L.L. Chaikov “Experimental studies of solutions with a ’double’ critical point29 572–573 (1986)
    66.20.+d, 64.60.Fr (all)
  26. L.V. Al’tshuler “Results of and prospects for experimental studies of extremal states of matter28 847–849 (1985)
    64.30.+t, 81.30.Bx, 65.40.−b (all)
  27. N.I. Kulikov, V.V. Tugushev “Spin-density waves and itinerant antiferromagnetism in metals27 954–976 (1984)
    75.30.Fv, 75.50.Ee, 75.30.Kz, 71.18.+y, 75.10.Lp, 81.30.Bx (all)
  28. E.G. Ponyatovskii, V.E. Antonov, I.T. Belash “Properties of high pressure phases in metal-hydrogen systems25 596–619 (1982)
    74.70.Lp, 75.30.Et, 64.70.Kb, 62.50.+p (all)
  29. S.M. Stishov “Recent events in the physics of high pressures22 283–285 (1979)
    62.50.+p, 71.30.+h, 07.35.+k (all)
  30. V.N. Mineev, A.G. Ivanov “Electromotive force produced by shock compression of a substance19 400–419 (1976)
  31. V.N. Pokrovskii “Stresses, viscosity, and optical anisotropy of a Moving suspension of rigid ellipsoids14 737–746 (1972)
    82.70.Kj, 66.20.+d,, 78.20.Ci (all)
  32. 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)
  33. N.B. Brandt, E.S. Itskevich, N.Ya. Minina “Influence of pressure on the Fermi surface of metals14 438–454 (1972)
    71.18.+y, 62.50.+p (all)
  34. 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)
  35. L.V. Al’tshuler “Progress in High-pressure Physics13 301–303 (1970)
    62.50.+p, 61.50.Ks, 71.20.Be, 71.20.Dg, 71.20.Eh, 81.40.Jj (all)
  36. V.B. Deryagin “New Data on Superdense Water13 305–306 (1970)
    66.20.+d, 68.03.Cd, 65.20.+w (all)
  37. A.I. Voropinov, G.M. Gandel’man, V.G. Podval’nyi “Electronic energy spectra and the equation of state of solids at high pressures and temperatures13 56–72 (1970)
    71.20.Be, 64.30.+t, 62.50.+p, 71.20.Dg, 71.15.Mb (all)
  38. S.M. Stishov “Melting at high pressures11 816–830 (1969)
    64.70.Dv, 62.50.+p (all)
  39. 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)
  40. V.Ya. Kark “Lecture demonstrations of shock waves in a liquid12 146–146 (1969)
  41. 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)
  42. 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)
  43. V.V. Evdokimova “Some relationships governing the P-T phase diagrams and polymorphic transformations of elements under high pressures9 54–72 (1966)
    81.30.Bx, 81.30.Hd, 62.50.+p (all)
  44. N.B. Brandt, N.I. Ginzburg “Effect of high pressure on the superconducting properties of metals8 202–223 (1965)
    74.62.Fj, 74.25.Op, 62.50.+p (all)
  45. E.I. Zababakhin “Cumulation of energy and its limits8 295–298 (1965)
    47.55.dp, 47.55.dr, 47.40.Nm, 66.20.+d (all)
  46. L.V. Al’tshuler “Use of shock waves in high-pressure physics8 52–91 (1965)
    62.50.+p, 64.10.+h (all)
  47. I.M. Lifshitz, M.I. Kaganov “Some problems of the electron theory of metals II. Statistical mechanics and thermodynamics of electrons in metals5 878–907 (1963)
    71.18.+y, 71.20.−b, 65.40.Ba, 62.50.+p (all)
  48. I.L. Fabelinskii “Some results of the experimental study of the fine structure of Rayleigh scattering lines in liquids of various viscosities5 667–674 (1963)
    78.35.+c, 61.20.−p, 66.20.+d (all)
  49. I.Z. Fisher “Present state of the theory of liquids5 239–250 (1962)
    61.20.Ne, 66.20.+d (all)
  50. V.P. Peshkov, K.N. Zinov’eva “Experimental research with He32 82–118 (1959)
    67.57.−z, 07.20.Mc, 67.80.Gb, 67.80.Jd, 66.20.+d (all)
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