PACS numbers

68.65.Cd Superlattices 68.65.Pq Graphene films 73.21.Fg Quantum wells 73.40.Gk Tunneling 73.50.−h Electronic transport phenomena in thin films 85.30.Tv Field effect devices 85.40.−e Microelectronics: LSI, VLSI, ULSI; integrated circuit fabrication technology 85.60.−q Optoelectronic devices 85.65.+h Molecular electronic devices
  1. I.K. Gainullin “Resonant charge transfer during ion scattering on metallic surfaces63 (9) (2020)
    02.70.−c, 34.35.+a, 73.20.At, 73.40.Gk, 73.63.−b, 79.20.Rf (all)
  2. L.V. Kulik, A.V. Gorbunov et alSpin excitations in two-dimensional electron gas, their relaxation, photoexcitation and detection methods, and the role of Coulomb correlations62 865–891 (2019)
    71.35.Lk, 73.21.Fg, 78.67.De (all)
  3. P.V. Ratnikov, A.P. Silin “Two-dimensional graphene electronics: current status and prospects61 1139–1174 (2018)
    68.65.Cd, 68.65.Pq, 73.21.Fg, 73.40.Gk, 73.50.−h, 85.30.Tv, 85.40.−e, 85.60.−q, 85.65.+h (all)
  4. Yu.E. Lozovik “New effects in and the control of the exciton system in quasi-two-dimensional structures61 1094–1099 (2018)
    03.75.Nt, 67.80.−s, 73.21.Fg, 71.35.−y, 71.45.−d (all)
  5. A.A. Gorbatsevich, N.M. Shubin “Quantum logic gates61 1100–1115 (2018)
    03.65.Nk, 03.65.Xp, 85.35.−p, 85.65.+h (all)
  6. E.F. Sheka, N.A. Popova, V.A. Popova “Physics and chemistry of graphene. Emergentness, magnetism, mechanophysics and mechanochemistry61 645–691 (2018)
    62.25.−g, 68.65.Pq, 73.22.Pr (all)
  7. P.I. Arseev, V.N. Mantsevich et alTunneling features in semiconductor nanostructures60 1067–1086 (2017)
    05.60.Gg, 68.37.Ef, 73.40.Gk, 73.63.−b (all)
  8. V.T. Dolgopolov “Quantum melting of a two-dimensional Wigner crystal60 731–742 (2017)
    68.65.Pq, 71.10.Hf, 73.20.Qt (all)
  9. D.V. Kazantsev, E.V. Kuznetsov et alApertureless near-field optical microscopy60 259–275 (2017)
    07.60.−j, 07.79.Fc, 61.46.−w, 68.37.Ps, 68.65.Pq, 85.30.De, 87.64.−t (all)
  10. I.V. Antonova “2D printing technologies using graphene based materials60 204–218 (2017)
    68.65.Pq, 73.61.−r, 79.60.Jv (all)
  11. A.E. Galashev, O.R. Rakhmanova “Mechanical and thermal stability of graphene and graphene-based materials57 970–989 (2014)
    61.48.−c, 65.80.Ck, 68.65.Pq, 72.80.Vp (all)
  12. I.V. Antonova “Chemical vapor deposition growth of graphene on copper substrates: current trends56 1013–1020 (2013)
    68.65.Pq, 81.05.ue, 81.15.Gh, 81.16.Be (all)
  13. Physical properties of graphene (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 28 March 2012)55 1140–1151 (2012)
    01.10.Fv, 65.80.Ck, 68.65.Pq, 72.15.Jf, 72.20.Pa, 72.80.Vp, 78.67.Wj, 81.05.ue (all)
  14. L.A. Falkovsky “Magnetooptics of graphene layers55 1140–1145 (2012)
    68.65.Pq, 78.67.Wj, 81.05.ue (all)
  15. Modern problems in the physical sciences (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 16 November 2011)55 607–632 (2012)
    01.10.Fv, 06.60.Jn, 07.07.Hj, 14.60.Pq, 29.40.Gx, 29.50.+v, 74.25.Ha, 74.25.Op, 74.50.+r, 74.72.−h, 74.72.Hs, 85.60.−q (all)
  16. M.Ya. Schelev “Pico-femto-attosecond photoelectronics: looking through the lens of half a century55 607–614 (2012)
    06.60.Jn, 07.07.Hj, 85.60.−q (all)
  17. 120th anniversary of the birth of Sergei Ivanovich Vavilov (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 30 March 2011)54 1257–1283 (2011)
    01.10.Fv, 01.65.+g, 01.70.+w, 03.30.+p, 41.60.−m, 42.50.−p, 42.65.−k, 42.70.−a, 78.47.−p, 78.55.−m, 85.60.−q (all)
  18. A.G. Vitukhnovsky “Advances in light sources and displays54 1268–1272 (2011)
    01.65.+g, 78.55.−m, 85.60.−q (all)
  19. K.S. Novoselov “Graphene: materials in the Flatland54 (12) (2011)
    01.10.Fv, 68.65.Pq, 72.80.Vp (all)
  20. A.K. Geim “Random walk to graphene54 (12) (2011)
    01.10.Fv, 68.65.Pq, 72.80.Vp (all)
  21. Celebrating 50 years of the laser (Scientific session of the General Meeting of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 13 December 2010)54 837–870 (2011)
    01.10.Fv, 03.75.−b, 07.57.−c, 32.30.Jc, 37.10.−x, 37.10.De, 37.10.Gh, 42.62.−b, 42.65.−k, 42.70.−a, 42.82.−m, 67.85.−d, 78.67.−n, 85.40.−e, 84.40.Ik (all)
  22. N.N. Ledentsov, J.A. Lott “New-generation vertically emitting lasers as a key factor in the computer communication era54 853–858 (2011)
    42.62.−b, 42.82.−m, 85.40.−e (all)
  23. P.I. Arseev, N.S. Maslova “Electron — vibration interaction in tunneling processes through single molecules53 1151–1169 (2010)
    73.23.−b, 73.40.Gk, 74.55.+v (all)
  24. A.I. Vorob’eva “Fabrication techniques of electrode arrays for carbon nanotubes52 225–234 (2009)
    73.63.Fg, 85.35.Kt, 85.40.−e (all)
  25. L.I. Magarill, A.V. Chaplik, M.V. Entin “Spectrum and kinetics of electrons in curved nanostructures48 953–958 (2005)
    73.20.−r, 73.25.+i, 73.50.−h, 73.61.−r (all)
  26. V.F. Khirnyi, A.A. Kozlovskii “Dynamic dissipative mixed states in inhomogeneous type II superconductors47 273–288 (2004)
    73.50.−h, 74.25.Op, 74.72.−h, 74.80.-g (all)
  27. Yu.V. Gulyaev, V.N. Lutskii “Physics of Low-Dimensional Systems46 1315–1315 (2003)
    73.20.−r, 73.50.−h (all)
  28. A.V. Vedyaev “Use of spin-polarized current in spintronics45 1296–1299 (2002)
    73.40.Gk, 73.40.Rw, 75.70.−i, 85.30.Mn (all)
  29. E.E. Vdovin, Yu.N. Khanin et alMagnetotunneling spectroscopy imaging of electron wave functions in self-assembled InAs quantum dots44 1299–1301 (2001)
    71.24.+q, 73.40.Gk, 73.61.Ey, 73.61.Tm (all)
  30. E.E. Vdovin, Yu.N. Khanin et alScientific session of the Division of General Physics and Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences (30 May 2001)44 1299–1301 (2001)
    71.24.+q, 73.40.Gk, 73.61.Ey, 73.61.Tm, 71.45.Gm, 71.55.Eq, 73.20.Mf, 73.61.−r, 85.30.Vw, 85.30.Tv, 03.75.Fi, 71.35.Lk, 71.35.Ji, 29.25.Bx, 29.27.Hj, 79.60.Jv (all)
  31. V.A. Volkov, E.E. Takhtamirov et alTunneling spectroscopy of quasi-two-dimensional plasmons44 1301–1304 (2001)
    71.45.Gm, 71.55.Eq, 73.20.Mf, 73.40.Gk (all)
  32. A.V. Dvurechenskii, A.I. Yakimov “Quantum dot Ge/Si heterostructures44 1304–1307 (2001)
    73.61.−r, 85.30.Vw, 85.30.Tv (all)
  33. B.A. Gurovich, D.I. Dolgii et alControlled ion-beam transformation of electrical, magnetic, and optical materials properties44 95–105 (2001)
    61.80.Jh, 61.82.Ms, 68.55.−a, 73.50.−h, 73.61.−r, 79.20.Rf, 81.05.−t (all)
  34. L.I. Magarill, D.A. Romanov, A.V. Chaplik “Low-dimensional electrons in curvilinear nanostructures43 283–285 (2000)
    73.20.−r, 73.25.+i, 73.50.−h, 73.61.−r (all)
  35. V.F. Elesin, I.Yu. Kateev et alTheory of coherent oscillations in a resonant tunneling diode43 291–293 (2000)
    73.20.−r, 73.23.−b, 73.40.Gk (all)
  36. Z.F. Krasil’nik, A.V. Novikov “Optical properties of strained Si1-xGex and Si1-x-yGexCy heterostructures43 295–298 (2000)
    79.60.Jv, 85.30.Vw, 85.60.−q (all)
  37. V.N. Murzin, Yu.A. Mityagin “Resonance tunneling, electric and optical phenomena in long-period semiconductor superlattices42 396–399 (1999)
    73.20.Dx, 73.40.Gk
  38. M.Ya. Azbel’ “Time, tunneling and turbulence41 543–552 (1998)
    72.15.Rn, 72.80.Ng, 73.40.Gk (all)
  39. L. Vina, M. Potemski, W.I. Wang “Signatures of quantum chaos in the magneto-excitonic spectrum of quantum wells41 153–156 (1998)
    05.45.+b, 73.40.Gk
  40. V.I. Fal’ko “Image of local density of states in differential conductance fluctuations in the resonance tunneling between disordered metals41 156–159 (1998)
    05.45.+b, 73.40.Gk
  41. J. Koenig, H. Schoeller, G. Schon “Resonant tunneling through a single-electron transistor41 159–164 (1998)
    05.45.+b, 73.40.Gk
  42. Z.D. Kvon, E.B. Olshanetskii et alCoulomb-like mesoscopic conductance fluctuations in a 2D electron gas near the filling factor ν = 1/241 164–166 (1998)
    05.45.+b, 73.40.Gk
  43. V.A. Krupenin, S.V. Lotkhov et alAn experimental study of charge effects in ultrasmall tunnel junctions40 542–544 (1997)
    73.40.Gk, 73.40.Rw (all)
  44. V.B. Timofeev “Current state of semiconductor silicon technology and material science33 (6) 492–493 (1990)
    01.30.Vv, 85.40.−e, 81.10.−h, 81.15.−z (all)
  45. P.S. Kop’ev, I.N. Ural’tsev “The energy spectrum of Coulomb states in a quantum well32 280–281 (1989)
    78.67.De, 78.55.Cr, 73.21.Fg (all)
  46. L.M. Blinov “Langmuir films31 623–644 (1988)
    68.18.Jk, 68.47.Pe, 78.20.Fm, 73.50.Pz, 78.20.Jq, 85.65.+h (all)
  47. O.P. Zaskal’ko “Picosecond electronics and optoelectronics30 350–350 (1987)
    01.30.Vv, 01.30.Ee, 85.60.−q, 85.30.−z, 81.15.Gh, 81.15.Hi (all)
  48. B.A. Volkov, O.A. Pankratov “Inverted contact in semiconductors—a new inhomogeneous structure with a twodimensional gas of zero-mass electrons29 579–581 (1986)
    71.20.Nr, 73.21.Fg (all)
  49. G.V. Spivak, V.I. Petrov, M.K. Antoshin “Local cathodoluminescence and its capabilities for the study of band structure in solids29 364–380 (1986)
    78.60.Hk, 71.20.Nr, 68.55.Ln, 73.50.−h (all)
  50. 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)
  51. Yu.V. Gulyaev, V.B. Sandomirskii et alPhysical limitations on miniaturization in microelectronics27 868–880 (1984)
    85.40.Bh, 85.30.Tv (all)
  52. L.N. Kurbatov “Photoelectric Solid-State Receivers and New Methods of Optical-Radiation Reception15 835–837 (1973)
    85.60.−q, 84.40.Ua, 42.79.Sz (all)
  53. M.I. Elinson “Problems of Functional Microelectronics16 281–281 (1973)
    85.40.−e, 85.30.−z (all)
  54. K.A. Valiev “Present-day Semiconductor Microelectronics and the Prospects of its Development16 281–283 (1973)
    85.40.−e, 85.30.−z, 73.40.Kp, 73.40.Lq (all)
  55. A.I. Kartashev, I.Sh. Etsin “Methods of Measuring Small Phase Difference Changes in Interference Devices15 232–250 (1972)
    07.60.Ly, 06.30.Bp, 85.60.−q (all)
  56. L.V. Iogansen “Thin-film electron interferometers8 413–416 (1965)
    85.30.Mn, 73.50.−h, 73.40.Gk, 84.47.+w (all)
  57. V.I. Fistul’, N.Z. Shvarts “TUNNEL DIODES5 430–459 (1962)
    85.30.Mn, 73.40.Gk, 73.40.Kp, 85.30.De (all)
  58. A.F. Ioffe “I. V. Kurchatov — investigator of dielectrics4 279–281 (1961)
    77.22.Jp, 73.50.−h, 73.61.At, 77.80.−e (all)
  59. A.M. Kugushev “RADIO ELECTRONICS (On the 100th Birthday of A. S. Popov)2 305–328 (1959)
    84.40.Ua, 41.20.Jb, 85.40.−e, 84.40.Xb (all)
  60. K.V. Reich “Conductivity of quantum dots array”, accepted
    72.10.−d, 72.20.Ee, 71.30.+h, 72.15.Rn, 73.21.La, 72.80.Ng, 73.22.−f, 73.23.Hk, 73.40.Gk, 81.07.Bc (all)
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