Role of Hydrogen in Competitive (Counter) Processes of Defect Formation and Repairing of Defects in Constructional Materials of Reactors at Influence of Gamma-Neutron Radiation
Development of Analytical Methods of Hydrogen and Helium Embrittlement of Nuclear Reactor Materials and Containers for Storage and Transport of Radioactive Materials
Formation of Grain Boundaries in Optical Nanoceramics
Investigation of Helium and Hydrogen Embrittlement and Early Diagnostic Methods Development for Reactor Materials Embrittlement
#A-1617Soft X-Ray Sources
New Soft X-ray Sources Based on the Diffusive Radiation
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