Investigation of Channeling of High Energy Protons and Other Charged Particles in Bent Single Crystals of Heavy Metals and Development of High-Efficiency particle Extraction from Accelerators.
Research & Development of Diamond Detector Technology.
Research and Development of Single Crystal Synthetic Diamond Technologies and Devices
Resonant Molecular-Nuclear Fusion, Relevant Aspects of Single Bubble Sonoluminescence, and New-Type Picosecond-Pulse Light Sources
Phonon Spectrum Investigation of Alkali Metals at External Pressure Corresponding to Anomalous Range of Electrical Resistance by Means of Inelastic Neutron Scattering
Investigations of Relativistic Charged Particle Interactions with Tungsten Crystals and Development of Monochromatic X-ray Source
Preparation and Composition of a Monograph “Use of Internal Targets for Physics Experiments and Nonperturbative Diagnostics of Particle Beams”
Inelastic Neutron Scattering Investigation of Alkali Metals at High Pressure
Development of Single Crystal TlBr Radiation Detectors (Thallium Bromide)
Experimental Verification of the NN-decoupled Dibaryon Resonance d*1(1956) Production in Proton-Proton Collisions Below the Pion Production Threshold
Multi-Functional Semiconductor Radiation Detector
#3771Fusion in Cavitation
Nuclear Fusion under the Action of Cavitation
Development of a Model of Soil and Sediment Redistribution Using of Nuclear-Physical Methods of Analysis
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