PACS numbers

71.35.−y Excitons and related phenomena 76.30.−v Electron paramagnetic resonance and relaxation 76.60.−k Nuclear magnetic resonance and relaxation
  1. 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)
  2. M.V. Durnev, M.M. Glazov “Excitons and trions in two-dimensional semiconductors based on transition metal dichalcogenides61 825–845 (2018)
    71.35.−y, 73.20.Mf, 78.67.−n (all)
  3. N.N. Sibeldin “Electron-hole liquid in semiconductors and low-dimensional structures60 1147–1179 (2017)
    71.35.−y, 73.20.Mf, 73.21.−b (all)
  4. L.V. Keldysh “Coherent states of excitons60 1180–1186 (2017)
    03.75.Kk, 67.10.−j, 71.35.−y (all)
  5. V.S. Zapasskii, G.G. Kozlov “Evolution in the optical detection of magnetization60 628–637 (2017)
    76.30.−v, 76.70.Hb (all)
  6. A.I. Smirnov “Magnetic resonance of spinons in quantum magnets59 564–570 (2016)
    75.10.Jm, 75.10.Pq, 75.40.Gb, 76.30.−v (all)
  7. E.I. Kuznetsova, É.B. Fel’dman, D.E. Feldman “Magnus expansion paradoxes in the study of equilibrium magnetization and entanglement in multi-pulse spin locking59 577–582 (2016)
    03.65.−w, 03.67.Mn, 76.60.−k (all)
  8. K.M. Salikhov “Electron paramagnetic resonance applications: promising developments at the E K Zavoisky Physical-Technical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences59 588–594 (2016)
    01.10.Fv, 01.52.+r, 76.30.−v (all)
  9. V.A. Soltamov, P.G. Baranov “Radio spectroscopy of the optically aligned spin states of color centers in silicon carbide59 605–610 (2016)
    76.30.−v, 78.47.−p, 85.75.−d (all)
  10. Modern problems in the physical sciences (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 30 November 2011)55 808–837 (2012)
    01.10.Fv, 04.20.−q, 04.70.−s, 47.27.Gs, 47.35.Pq, 68.03.Kn, 72.25.Hg, 72.25.Pn, 72.25.Rb, 71.35.−y, 73.63.Hs, 78.47.−p, 78.67.−n, 96.50.−e, 96.60.−j, 95.75.−z, 98.80.−k (all)
  11. E.L. Ivchenko “Spin physics in semiconductor nanosystems55 809–814 (2012)
    71.35.−y, 78.47.−p, 78.67.−n (all)
  12. 90th anniversary of the birth of A S Borovik-Romanov (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 24 March 2010)53 843–858 (2010)
    01.10.Fv, 01.60.+q, 01.65.+g, 03.75.Hh, 67.30.er, 75.30.Ds, 75.40.−s, 75.45.+j, 75.50.Ee, 75.50.−y, 76.60.−k, 75.70.−i (all)
  13. Yu.M. Bunkov “Spin superfluidity and magnons Bose — Einstein condensation53 848–853 (2010)
    67.30.er, 75.45.+j, 76.60.−k (all)
  14. N.S. Averkiev “Spin relaxation anisotropy in two-dimensional semiconductors53 742–745 (2010)
    75.76.+j, 76.30.−v, 85.75.−d (all)
  15. A.V. Kessenikh “Magnetic resonance: discovery, investigations, and applications52 695–722 (2009)
    01.65.+g, 76.30.−v, 76.60.−k, 76.70.−r (all)
  16. V.V. Egorov, M.V. Alfimov “Theory of the J-band: from the Frenkel exciton to charge transfer50 985–1029 (2007)
    05.10.Ln, 33.20.Kf, 34.70.+e, 71.35.−y, 78.40.Me, 82.20.−w (all)
  17. A.G. Lundin, V.E. Zorin “Nuclear magnetic resonance in condensed matter50 1053–1077 (2007)
    76.60.−k, 82.56.−b, 87.61.−c (all)
  18. A.V. Kessenikh “On Academician E K Zavoisky’s centenary50 977–978 (2007)
    01.30.Vv, 01.65.+g, 76.30.−v (all)
  19. A.V. Gorbunov, V.B. Timofeev “Bose condensation of interwell excitons and spatial structure of luminescence in lateral traps49 629–634 (2006)
    01.10.Fv, 03.75.Nt, 71.35.−y, 78.55.−m (all)
  20. K.M. Salikhov “Time-resolved EPR spectroscopy of nonequilibrium spin systems produced during spin-dependent photophysical and photochemical processes in condensed media49 641–645 (2006)
    01.10.Fv, 03.67.−a, 71.35.−y, 76.30.−v (all)
  21. A.A. Manenkov “The role of electron paramagnetic resonance in the development of quantum electronics: facts and comments49 645–649 (2006)
    01.10.Fv, 01.65.+g, 42.50.−p, 76.30.−v (all)
  22. L.P. Mezhov-Deglin “Impurity nanocluster structures in liquid helium48 1061–1070 (2005)
    61.46.+w, 67.40.Yv, 76.30.−v (all)
  23. A.S. Mishchenko “Diagrammatic Monte Carlo method as applied to the polaron problems48 887–902 (2005)
    02.70.Uu, 71.35.−y, 71.38.−k, 74.72.−h (all)
  24. A.G. Krushel’nitckii “Exchange NMR spectroscopy in solids: application in large-scale conformational biopolymer dynamics studies48 781–796 (2005)
    76.60.−k, 82.56.−b, 82.56.Pp (all)
  25. V.B. Timofeev “Electron correlation phenomena in semiconductor low-dimension structures and nanostructures47 1037–1044 (2004)
    71.35.−y, 71.36.+c, 73.43.−f, 73.63.−b (all)
  26. V.V. Dmitriev, V.V. Zav’yalov et alSuperfluid phases of 3He in aerogel46 438–442 (2003)
    67.57.−z, 76.60.−k (all)
  27. V.V. Dmitriev “New NMR modes in superfluid 3He-B43 639–642 (2000)
    67.57.Lm, 76.60.−k (all)
  28. A.I. Smirnov “Magnetic resonance of intrinsic and extrinsic defects in a spin-Peierls magnet CuGeO343 642–646 (2000)
    75.10.Jm, 76.60.−k, 76.90.+d (all)
  29. A.V. Stepanov, Yu.M. Tsipenyuk “Semiclassical approach to nuclear gamma resonance in crystals43 79–87 (2000)
    76.20.+q, 76.60.−k, 76.80.+y, 76.90.+d (all)
  30. V.S. Grechishkin, N.Ya. Sinyavskii “New technologies: nuclear quadrupole resonance as an explosive and narcotic detection technique40 393–406 (1997)
    76.60.−k, 76.60.Gv, 76.70.Fz, 81.70.−q (all)
  31. V.S. Grechishkin, A.A. Shpilevoi “Indirect methods for studying nuclear quadrupole interactions in solids39 713–725 (1996)
    76.60.−k, 76.60.Gv, 76.70.Fz (all)
  32. K.M. Salikhov, Yu.E. Kandrashkin “Spin coherence effects in the EPR spectroscopy of separated charges in a photosynthesis reaction centre39 191–193 (1996)
    76.30.−v, 87.22.Fy
  33. V.E. Kataev, Yu.S. Greznev et alAn EPR study of the density of states and effective coupling constant in La2CuO4 doped with Sr or Ba39 197–199 (1996)
    76.30.−v, 76.30.Lh (all)
  34. V.G. Bar’yakhtar, M.S. Brodin et alAleksandr Sergeevich Davydov (Obituary)36 (7) 648–649 (1993)
    01.60.+q, 71.35.−y, 63.20.Ls, 41.20.Jb (all)
  35. A.D. Gul’ko, F.S. Dzheparov et alYurii Georgievich Abov (on his seventieth birthday)35 (11) 997–998 (1992)
    01.60.+q, 29.30.Hs, 28.50.Dr, 21.10.Hw, 61.72.−y, 76.60.−k (all)
  36. I.A. Zaliznyak, O.A. Petrenko, L.A. Prozorova “Properties of quasi-one-dimensional antiferromagnets with noncollinear structure35 (4) 328–330 (1992)
    75.30.Kz, 75.50.Ee, 76.50.+g, 76.30.−v, 75.30.Gw (all)
  37. A.A. Romanyukha, Yu.N. Shvachko, V.V. Ustinov “Electron paramagnetic resonance and related phenomena in high-temperature superconductors34 (10) 862–882 (1991)
    76.30.−v, 74.72.Bk, 74.25.Qt, 74.50.+r, 74.25.Nf (all)
  38. Yu.G. Abov, A.D. Gul’ko et alBeta-NMR spectroscopy and investigations of random walks in disordered systems34 (7) 630–632 (1991)
    76.60.−k
  39. P.I. Nikitin, A.I. Savchuk “The Faraday effect in semimagnetic semiconductors33 (11) 974–989 (1990)
    78.20.Ls, 71.70.Gm, 71.35.−y, 75.50.Pp, 78.66.Li, 85.70.Sq (all)
  40. A.B. Roitsin, V.M. Maevskii “Electron paramagnetic resonance of solid surfaces32 891–910 (1989)
    76.30.−v
  41. A.V. Kessenikh, R.Z. Sagdeev, G.V. Skrotskii “International School on Magnetic Resonance32 183–185 (1989)
    01.30.Cc, 76.60.−k, 76.30.−v (all)
  42. Ya.B. Zel’dovich, A.L. Buchachenko, E.L. Frankevich “Magnetic-spin effects in chemistry and molecular physics31 385–408 (1988)
    75.40.Gb, 82.50.−m, 72.20.Fr, 71.35.−y (all)
  43. Zh.I. Alferov, A.S. Borovik-Romanov et alBoris Petrovich Zakharchenya (on his sixtieth birthday)31 479–480 (1988)
    01.60.+q, 72.20.−i, 71.70.Ej, 71.35.−y (all)
  44. E.B. Aleksandrov, V.S. Zapasskii “Magnetic resonance in the noise in the intensity of scattered light30 916–917 (1987)
    76.60.−k, 76.30.−v (all)
  45. E.P. Bashkin “Spin waves and quantum collective phenomena in Boltzmann gases29 238–259 (1986)
    75.30.Ds, 75.30.Cr, 67.57.Hi, 67.57.Jj, 76.30.−v, 75.80.+q (all)
  46. V.D. Kulakovskii, V.G. Lysenko, V.B. Timofeev “Excitonic molecules in semiconductors28 735–761 (1985)
    71.35.−y, 78.30.Fs (all)
  47. Yu.M. Bunkov “NMR of rotating superfluid 3He.28 842–843 (1985)
    67.57.Fg, 76.60.−k (all)
  48. A.V. Zalesskii “Domain walls in magnetic materials according to NMR spectroscopy28 638–639 (1985)
    75.60.Ch, 76.60.−k (all)
  49. V.S. Dneprovskii “Optical bistability in semiconductors28 93–95 (1985)
    78.20.−e, 71.35.−y (all)
  50. Yu.M. Bunkov, G.E. Gurgenishvili et alNMR spectroscopy of rotating superfluid 3He (Soviet-Finnish Project ROTA Research)27 731–747 (1984)
    67.57.Fg, 76.60.−k (all)
  51. V.A. Ignatchenko, V.P. Tsifrinovich “Resonance phenomena in the region of overlap between NMR and ESR24 42–56 (1981)
    76.30.−v, 76.60.−k, 07.58.+g (all)
  52. V.A. Kizel’, Yu.I. Krasilov, V.I. Burkov “Experimental studies of gyrotropy of crystals18 745–773 (1975)
    78.20.Ek, 61.66.Fn, 71.20.−b, 71.35.−y, 61.30.−v (all)
  53. M.A. Krivoglaz “Fluctuon states of electrons16 856–877 (1974)
    75.30.Kz, 75.50.Pp, 75.40.Gb, 72.20.Pa, 71.35.−y (all)
  54. I.B. Levinson, É.I. Rashba “Threshold phenomena and bound states in the polaron problem16 892–912 (1974)
    71.38.−k, 71.35.−y, 63.20.Ls, 63.20.Kr (all)
  55. 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)
  56. V.A. Atsarkin “Achievements and Current, Problems of Solid-State Radiospectroscopy16 747–749 (1974)
    76.60.−k, 76.30.−v, 76.70.Dx (all)
  57. S.A. Moskalenko “Collective Properties of Excitons and Biexcitons17 453–455 (1974)
    71.35.−y
  58. A.A. Abrikosov “The Transformation of a Semimetal into an Exciton Dielectric in a Strong Magnetic Field15 662–663 (1973)
    71.35.−y
  59. I.B. Levinson, E.I. Rashba “Bound States of Electrons and Excitons with Optical Phonons in Semiconductors15 663–664 (1973)
    71.35.−y, 63.20.Ls, 63.20.Kr (all)
  60. V.I. Bredikhin, M.D. Galanin, V.N. Genkin “Two-photon absorption and spectroscopy16 299–321 (1973)
    42.50.Hz, 33.80.Wz, 33.15.Pw, 71.35.−y (all)
  61. K.A. Valiev, E.N. Ivanov “Rotational Brownian motion16 1–16 (1973)
    66.10.Cb, 78.20.Bh, 78.35.+c, 76.60.−k, 77.22.Gm (all)
  62. B.T. Geilikman “Problems of high-temperature superconductivity in three-dimensional systems16 17–30 (1973)
    71.35.−y, 74.72.−h, 74.40.+k, 74.78.−w, 74.70.−b (all)
  63. A.B. Roitsin “Electric effects in paramagnetic resonance14 766–782 (1972)
    76.70.Dx, 76.30.−v, 75.80.+q (all)
  64. U.Kh. Kopvillem, V.N. Osipov et alAnalogs of Electron Spin Echo in Ferroelectrics and Glasses14 802–803 (1972)
    76.30.−v, 77.84.−s, 61.43.Fs (all)
  65. E.F. Sheka “Electron-vibrational spectra of molecules and crystals14 484–511 (1972)
    63.20.−e, 78.40.Me, 78.30.Jw, 71.35.−y (all)
  66. V.B. Timofeev, E.F. Sheka “SIXTH ALL-UNION SEMINAR ON ’EXCITONS IN CRYSTALS’14 530–532 (1972)
    71.35.−y
  67. U.Kh. Kopvillem, V.A. Golenishchev-Kutuzov, N.A. Shamukov “Acoustomagnetic Double Resonances13 828–829 (1971)
    76.60.−k, 76.70.Dx, 76.70.Fz (all)
  68. E.A. Turov “Certain Problems of Modern Theory of Magnetism13 671–672 (1971)
    76.60.−k, 72.15.Eb, 75.60.Ch, 75.30.Cr (all)
  69. V.L. Ginzburg “What problems of physics and astrophysics are of special importance and interest at present?14 21–39 (1971)
    74.72.−h, 71.35.−y, 04.30.−w, 98.80.Jk, 95.30.Sf, 97.60.Jd (all)
  70. N.N. Ibragimov, G.M. Aliev et alCertain Results of Research on Selenium12 792–793 (1970)
    01.10.Hx, 72.20.Fr, 72.80.−r, 76.30.−v (all)
  71. S.A. Permogorov “Fifth all union seminar on ’excitons in crystals’13 417–418 (1970)
    71.35.−y
  72. G.R. Khutsishvili “Spin diffusion and nuclear magnetic relaxation in a crystal containing a magnetic impurity11 802–815 (1969)
    75.40.Gb, 76.60.−k, 75.30.Hx (all)
  73. B.P. Zakharchenya, R.P. Seisyan “Diamagnetic excitons in semiconductors12 70–79 (1969)
    71.35.−y, 78.20.Ls, 78.20.Ci (all)
  74. M.I. Kaganov, B.I. Kochilaev, V.G. Peschanskii “Twelfth All-union conference on low-temperature physics9 627–631 (1967)
    01.30.Cc, 76.30.−v, 76.60.Es (all)
  75. L.V. Keldysh, E.V. Shpol’skii “Lenin prizes for 19669 641–641 (1967)
    01.10.Cr, 74.20.De, 74.70.Ad, 74.25.−q, 71.35.−y (all)
  76. V.S. Grechishkin, N.E. Ainbinder “Radiospectroscopy of organic semiconductors10 237–255 (1967)
    71.35.−y, 76.30.−v, 76.60.−k (all)
  77. E.F. Sheka “All-union seminar on excitons in crystals9 453–454 (1966)
    01.10.Fv, 71.35.−y (all)
  78. L.D. Bogomolova, V.N. Lazukin, I.V. Chepeleva “Electron paramagnetic resonance in silicon and germanium7 508–548 (1965)
    76.30.−v
  79. L.N. Ovander “Nonlinear optical effects in crystals8 337–359 (1965)
    78.30.Hv, 42.65.Dr, 71.35.−y (all)
  80. V.M. Agranovich “Letter to the Editor5 1032–1032 (1963)
    71.35.−y, 78.20.−e (all)
  81. V.M. Agranovich, V.L. Ginzburg “Crystal optics with allowance for spatial dispersion; exciton theory. II5 675–710 (1963)
    71.35.−y, 78.20.−e (all)
  82. S.A. Al’tshuler, B.I. Kochelaev, A.M. Leushin “Paramagnetic absorption of sound4 880–903 (1962)
    43.35.Xd, 76.30.−v (all)
  83. N.M. Aleksandrov, F.I. Skripov “Structural investigations in crystals by the method of nuclear magnetic resonance4 947–974 (1962)
    61.50.Ah, 76.60.−k, 61.66.−f, 61.50.Lt (all)
  84. 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)
  85. V.M. Agranovich, V.L. Ginzburg “Crystal optics with allowance for spatial dispersion; exciton theory. I5 323–346 (1962)
    71.35.−y, 78.20.Ci (all)
  86. V.M. Agranovich “The problem of the defects in the process of excition luminescence of molecular crystals3 427–433 (1960)
    78.60.−b, 61.72.−y, 71.35.−y, 71.36.+c (all)
  87. F. Klement, Ch.B. Lushchik “Conference on the physics of ALKALI-HALlDE crystals3 273–277 (1960)
    01.30.Cc, 78.55.Fv, 71.35.−y, 61.66.Fn, 61.72.−y (all)
  88. 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)
  89. L.A. Blyumenfel’d, V.V. Voevodskii “Radio spectroscopy and contemporary theoretical chemistry2 365–376 (1959)
    78.70.Gq, 76.30.−v, 76.60.Cq, 76.60.Gv, 82.30.−b (all)
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