Photoelectronic Devices for High-Energy Physics and Medical Tomography
Electron, Optical and Structural Properties of Nanocrystalline Silicon Obtained by Hydrogen Isotope Irradiation of Monocrystals.
Mesoscopic Phenomenon in Disordered Si-based Structures at Neutrons and Gamma-rays Irradiation
Investigation into the Behavior of Color of Rough Minerals Under Gamma-Radiation and Research for Methods of Stabilizing and Retaining Color Changes
Development of Mini-spectrometers of Gamma-radiation for Quick Detection of Radionuclides Incorporated in a Human Body
Investigation of Processes of High - Performance Laser Separation of Lead Isotopes by Selective for Development of Environmentally Clean Perspective Power Reactor Facilities
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