PACS numbers

71.10.Ca Electron gas, Fermi gas 71.45.Lr Charge-density-wave systems 72.20.My Galvanomagnetic and other magnetotransport effects 72.40.+w Photoconduction and photovoltaic effects 72.80.Ey III-V and II-VI semiconductors
  1. V.A. Gasparov “High frequency size effect study of the Fermi surface of metals61 289–302 (2018)
    71.10.Ca, 71.15.−m, 71.20.−b, 72.10.−d (all)
  2. L.A. Maksimov, A.V. Mikheyenkov, T.V. Khabarova “On nondiagonal cross transport phenomena in a magnetic field60 623–627 (2017)
    34.10.+x, 72.15.Gd, 72.15.Jf, 72.20.My, 72.20.Pa (all)
  3. V.A. Milichko, A.S. Shalin et alSolar photovoltaics: current state and trends59 727–772 (2016)
    42.25.Bs, 42.79.Wc, 61.46.−w, 71.20.Nr, 71.20.Rv, 72.40.+w, 72.80.Cw, 84.60.Jt (all)
  4. A.F. Barabanov, Yu.M. Kagan et alThe Hall effect and its analogs58 446–454 (2015)
    34.10.+x, 72.15.Gd, 72.15.Jf, 72.20.My, 72.20.Pa (all)
  5. L.I. Ryabova, D.R. Khokhlov “Terahertz photoconductivity and nontrivial local electronic states in doped lead telluride-based semiconductors57 959–969 (2014)
    72.40.+w, 73.20.Hb (all)
  6. The 100th anniversary of the birth of N E Alekseevskii (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 23 May 2012)56 192–210 (2013)
    01.10.Fv, 01.60.+q, 01.65.+g, 07.55.Db, 71.18.+y, 72.20.My, 74.25.−q, 84.71.Ba (all)
  7. V.G. Peschansky “Galvanomagnetic phenomena in layered conductors56 198–201 (2013)
    01.65.+g, 71.18.+y, 72.20.My (all)
  8. V.Ya. Pokrovskii, S.G. Zybtsev et alHigh-frequency, ’quantum’ and electromechanical effects in quasi-one-dimensional charge density wave conductors56 29–48 (2013)
    61.44.Fw, 62.25.−g, 71.45.Lr, 72.20.Fr, 73.20.Mf, 78.70.Gq (all)
  9. O.N. Krokhin “Electric power transmission using laser radiation49 425–428 (2006)
    01.10.Fv, 42.60.−v, 42.79.Gn, 72.40.+w (all)
  10. S.V. Iordanskii, A. Kashuba “Two-dimensional multicomponent electron gas as a model for silicon heterostructures49 208–211 (2006)
    01.10.Fv, 71.10.Ca, 71.27+a, 73.43.Cd (all)
  11. V.F. Elesin “Absolute negative conductivity phenomena in non-equilibrium three-dimensional semiconductors48 183–187 (2005)
    72.20.−i, 72.20.My, 72.40.+w (all)
  12. V.F. Gantmakher, V.N. Zverev “Magnetoimpurity resonances as indicators of an inverse photoelectron distribution function in semiconductors48 187–191 (2005)
    72.20.−i, 72.20.My, 72.40.+w (all)
  13. V.I. Ryzhii “Microwave-induced negative conductivity and zero-resistance states in two-dimensional electronic systems: history and current status48 191–198 (2005)
    72.20.−i, 72.20.My, 72.40.+w (all)
  14. S.V. Zaitsev-Zotov “Finite-size effects in quasi-one-dimensional conductors with a charge-density wave47 533–554 (2004)
    71.30.+h, 71.45.Lr, 73.63.Nm (all)
  15. E.V. Devyatov, A.A. Shashkin et alTunneling measurements of the Coulomb pseudogap in a two-dimensional electron system in a quantizing magnetic field43 285–288 (2000)
    72.20.My, 73.40.Kp (all)
  16. Yu.I. Latyshev “Quantum interference of a moving charge density wave on columnar defects containing magnetic flux42 830–832 (1999)
    03.65.Bz, 71.45.Lr
  17. V.S. Vavilov, P.C. Euthymiou, G.E. Zardas “Persistent photoconductivity in semiconducting III-V compounds42 199–201 (1999)
    72.20.Jv, 72.40.+w, 72.80.Ey (all)
  18. V.S. Vavilov “Handbook on the physical properties of Ge, Si, GaAs and InP byA Dargys and J Kundrotas39 757–757 (1996)
    01.30.Kj, 73.61.−r, 72.80.Ey, 78.30.Fs (all)
  19. V.S. Vavilov “Physics and applications of wide bandgap semiconductors37 269–277 (1994)
    72.80.Ey, 78.20, 85.60.G
  20. 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)
  21. I.V. Kukushkin, V.B. Timofeev “Magneto-optics of strongly correlated low-dimension electron systems36 (1) 29–31 (1993)
    78.20.Ls, 71.27.+a, 72.20.My, 78.60.−b (all)
  22. V.I. Kudinov, N.M. Kreines “Metastable photoinduced superconductivity in YBa2Cu3O6.4 films near the semiconductor-metal transition35 (8) 720–722 (1992)
    74.78.Bz, 74.72.Bk, 72.40.+w (all)
  23. R.V. Parfen’ev, M.L. Shubnikov “Shubnikov-de Haas effect in semiconductors35 (4) 327–327 (1992)
    01.30.Cc, 72.20.My, 72.80.−r (all)
  24. E.A. Andryushin, A.P. Silin “Physical problems in solar energy34 (8) 705–710 (1991)
    89.30.Cc, 72.40.+w, 73.30.+y (all)
  25. V.S. Edel’man “The development of scanning tunneling microscopy34 (3) 272–273 (1991)
    07.79.Cz, 68.37.Ef, 72.40.+w, 78.55.Cr, 74.72.Bk, 78.67.Pt (all)
  26. E.G. Maksimov “Many-atom interactions in solids34 (3) 282–282 (1991)
    01.30.Cc, 01.30.Vv, 71.15.Nc, 71.10.Ca, 68.35.Bs, 61.72.Bb (all)
  27. V.M. Arutyunyan “Physical properties of the semiconductor-electrolyte interface32 521–542 (1989)
    72.40.+w, 73.40.Mr, 78.55.Et, 82.45.Gj, 82.45.Vp (all)
  28. G.L. Belen’kii “Electron-hole liquid and two-dimensional electron gas in layered group A3B6 semiconductors31 955–956 (1988)
    71.10.Ca, 71.35.Ee, 71.55.Ht, 73.43.−f, 76.40.+b, 78.55.Hx (all)
  29. V.M. Pudalov, S.G. Semenchinskii “A physical standard of the unit of electrical resistance based on the quantum Hall effect31 880–881 (1988)
    72.20.My, 72.20.Dp (all)
  30. A.P. Silin “High magnetic fields in semiconductor physics31 784–784 (1988)
    01.30.Vv, 72.20.Ht, 73.43.−f, 73.40.Kp, 73.63.Hs, 72.20.My (all)
  31. I.M. Tsidil’kovskii “Crystallization of a three-dimensional electron gas30 676–698 (1987)
    71.10.Ca, 71.45.Lr, 72.20.My, 72.40.+w, 72.80.Ey (all)
  32. A.L. Buchachenko, Yu.N. Molin et alMagneto-spin effects in chemical reactions30 79–80 (1987)
    75.30.Et, 75.30.Ds, 72.20.Jv, 72.40.+w, 82.30.Cf (all)
  33. R.O. Zaitsev, E.V. Kuz’min, S.G. Ovchinnikov “Fundamental ideas on metal-dielectric transitions in 3d-metal compounds29 322–342 (1986)
    71.30.+h, 71.20.Ps, 75.30.Kz, 75.30.Cr, 71.45.Lr, 71.10.Fd (all)
  34. 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)
  35. V.M. Pudalov, S.G. Semenchinskii “Galvanomagnetic properties of a 2D electron layer in silicon under conditions of a quantized Hall resistance28 634–635 (1985)
    72.20.My, 73.40.Qv, 73.43.Fj (all)
  36. A.M. Belyantsev, Yu.A. Romanov “The classical superlattice—an artificial dielectric, nonlinear hf effect28 521–522 (1985)
    72.20.Ht, 73.63.−b, 72.80.Ey (all)
  37. I.I. Lyapilin, I.M. Tsidil’kovskii “Narrow-gap semimagnetic semiconductors28 349–371 (1985)
    71.20.Nr, 75.50.Pp, 75.30.Kz, 75.60.Ej, 78.20.Ls, 72.20.My (all)
  38. S.G. Tikhodeev “The electron-hole liquid in a semiconductor28 1–30 (1985)
    71.35.Ee, 63.20.Kr, 72.40.+w, 72.30.+q, 72.80.Cw (all)
  39. V.I. Kaidanov, Yu.I. Ravich “Deep and resonance states in AIV BVI semiconductors28 31–53 (1985)
    71.55.−i, 71.20.Nr, 61.72.Ji, 72.20.My, 65.40.Ba (all)
  40. S.P. Andreev “Spectra and kinetics of systems with magnetic-impurity states in a potential with finite range27 431–447 (1984)
    75.30.Hx, 71.18.+y, 72.20.My, 72.20.Jv, 71.70.Di (all)
  41. I.B. Levinson “Trap trajectories and the cutoff of dissipative effects in semiconductors26 176–181 (1983)
    72.20.Jv, 72.20.My, 72.20.Dp (all)
  42. N.B. Brandt, S.M. Chudinov “Shubnikov-de Haas effect and its application to investigation of the energy spectrum of metals, semimetals, and semiconductors25 518–529 (1982)
    72.15.Gd, 72.20.My (all)
  43. V.I. Belinicher, B.I. Sturman “The photogalvanic effect in media lacking a center of symmetry23 199–223 (1980)
  44. V.M. Fridkin, B.N. Popov “Anomalous photovoltaic effect in ferroelectrics21 981–991 (1978)
    72.40.+w, 77.80.−e (all)
  45. I.K. Kikoin, S.D. Lazarev “Photoelectromagnetic effect21 297–308 (1978)
  46. É.I. Rashba, Z.S. Gribnikov, V.Ya. Kravchenko “Anisotropic size effects in semiconductors and semimetals19 361–387 (1976)
    72.20.My, 72.20.Fr, 72.10.−d (all)
  47. I.A. Sokolik, E.L. Frankevich “The effect of magnetic fields on photoprocesses in organic solids16 687–701 (1974)
    72.40.+w, 78.55.Kz, 72.80.Le, 71.35.−y (all)
  48. R.V. Parfen’ev, G.I. Kharus et alMagnetophonon resonance in semiconductors17 1–19 (1974)
    72.20.My, 63.20.Kr (all)
  49. V.I. Pustovoit “Effects Connected with Phonon Production in Semiconductors15 832–833 (1973)
    63.20.−e, 72.50.+b, 75.30.Cr, 72.20.My (all)
  50. E.I. Adirovich “Major Research Trends in the Fields of Physics and Astronomy at the Institute of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences14 788–789 (1972)
    73.50.Pz, 72.40.+w (all)
  51. Ya.A. Agaev “Research in the Field of Semiconductor Physics at the Physico-technical Institute of the Turkmenian Academy of Sciences14 797–798 (1972)
    72.20.Pa, 72.20.My, 72.40.+w, 72.80.Ey (all)
  52. M.I. D’yakonov, B.P. Zakharchenya et alOrientation of Electron Spins in Semiconductors14 806–807 (1972)
    72.20.Jv, 72.80.Ey, 78.20.−e, 78.55.Cr (all)
  53. V.B. Anzin, M.S. Bresler et alExperimental Observation of Magnetic Breakdown in Semiconductors14 360–361 (1971)
    71.18.+y, 72.20.My (all)
  54. V.N. Vertsner, L.P. Strakhov “Aleksandr Alekseevich Lebedev (1893-1969)12 697–698 (1970)
    01.60.+q, 72.40.+w, 42.79.−e (all)
  55. A.B. Brandt, E.A. Svistova “Electronic transitions in strong magnetic fields13 370–383 (1970)
    72.15.Gd, 72.20.My, 71.30.+h, 72.80.Jc (all)
  56. A.F. Volkov, Sh.M. Kogan “Physical phenomena in semiconductors with negative differential conductivity11 881–903 (1969)
    72.80.Ey, 72.20.Jv (all)
  57. K.P. Belov, E.P. Svirina “The Hall effect in ferrites11 620–630 (1969)
    72.20.My, 72.80.Jc, 75.50.Pp, 75.50.Gg (all)
  58. V.V. Serkov “On the galvanomagnetic "paradox" (Reply to Letter to Editor by T. S. Zhuravleva)10 116–116 (1967)
    72.15.Gd, 72.20.My (all)
  59. N.M. Olekhnovich, Yu.D. Anufriev, A.Ya. Parshin “The eleventh All-Union meeting on low-temperature physics8 908–914 (1966)
    01.10.Fv, 67.40.Vs, 71.18.+y, 74.62.Dh, 72.20.My, 75.50.Ee (all)
  60. T.S. Zhuravleva “Concerning a Note by V. V. Serkov8 914–914 (1966)
  61. V.S. Vavilov “The nature and energy spectrum of radiation defects in semiconductors7 797–808 (1965)
    71.55.Cn, 61.82.Fk, 72.40.+w, 72.80.Cw (all)
  62. K.B. Tolpygo, I.B. Levinson “Fifth All-Union conference on the theory of semiconductors6 825–833 (1964)
    01.30.Cc, 71.15.−m, 72.40.+w, 72.20.Fr, 72.20.My, 72.20.Pa (all)
  63. V.V. Serkov “A Hall effect problem (the galvanomagnetic "paradox")7 49–50 (1964)
  64. V.S. Vavilov “Radiation ionization processes in germanium and silicon crystals4 761–769 (1962)
    72.40.+w, 72.80.Cw, 72.20.Jv (all)
  65. V.M. Fridkin “Symposium on physical fundamentals of the electrophotographic process4 637–639 (1962)
    07.68.+m, 72.40.+w (all)
  66. M.I. Kaganov, I.F. Mikhaĭlov, E.I. Rashba “VIII All-Union conference on low temperature physics (Kiev, October 13-20, 1961)5 532–545 (1962)
    01.10.Fv, 71.35.−y, 67.55.−s, 74.25.−q, 72.20.My, 76.80.+y (all)
  67. E.F. Gross “Excitons and their motion in crystal lattices5 195–218 (1962)
    71.35.Aa, 71.35.Cc, 72.40.+w, 71.70.Ej, 78.20.Ls, 78.55.Hx (all)
  68. G.M. Guro “Characteristic times of electronic processes in seminconductors3 895–911 (1961)
    72.20.Jv, 65.40.−b, 72.40.+w, 71.18.+y, 66.30.Dn (all)
  69. E.I. Rashba, K.B. Tolpygo “Fourth conference on semiconductor theory4 498–510 (1961)
    01.10.Fv, 72.20.Ht, 72.20.My, 72.20.Pa, 71.20.Nr, 71.18.+y (all)
  70. É.V. Shpol’skii “PROBLEMS OF SEMICONDUCTORS2 628–629 (1959)
    01.30.Vv, 71.35.−y, 72.20.Pa, 72.40.+w, 01.30.Rr (all)
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