Physics of controlling pulse technology for diamond synthesis and compaction.
#0041Pulsed Plasma Source
Development of pulsed plasma source for technological processes.
Development of wide aperture plasma accelerator with a low-flow rate of gas for technical purposes.
#0044Ion beam Recuperator
Ion beam energy recuperator.
Technical Appliances and Technology on the Base of Metal Hydrides
New forms of condensed carbon: quasi-two-dimensional graphites and fullerenes.
Ion synthesis of high temperature superconducting films.
Erbium-Doped Silicon. New Semiconductor Material for Nonlinear Optics.
Design and Study of New Radiation Stable Materials for Use as Scintillators for Radiation Control
Development of Surface Modification Techniques for Superhard Materials.
Development of Single-Sector, Rapid-Growth Technologies for Production of Water Soluble Crystals.
Optical Materials and Methods of Treatment of High-Precision Optical Parts.
Development of a New Active Medium on the Basis of Rare-Earth Scandium Borates and Development of Laser Sources Emitting in the 0,53 1,06 and 1,5 mm Wavelength Ranges
Devising and Production of Radiation Hard Fluoride Glasses as Detectors for Application on Future Accelerators in Nuclear Physics.
Development of Tritium Targets for Small-dimension Sealed Neutron tubes with High Reliability ("INTEGRITY").
Physical Processes of Power Materials Microparticles Acceleration in Pulsed Electrothermal Launcher.
Development of Formulation and Pilot Technology for Production of Noncombustible Heat Insulating Material
Development of Structure and Fabrication Technology of Heat Resistant Fibrous Composites.
Development of High-purity Fluoride Glasses and Optical Fibers on their Basis for Application in Instrument Making and for Manufacturing Optical Fiber Lasers and Amplifiers.
The Surface Strengthening of Industrial Materials by a Strong Electron Beam in Atmosphere
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