Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics

ISSN: 1062-8738 (Print) 1934-9432 (Online)

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This journal is devoted exclusively to publishing the transactions of various Russian Academy of Sciences congresses, conferences, symposia and school seminars across the fields of physics, thus providing access to a very large body of authoritative, advanced research results in pure and applied physics in Russia and the former Soviet Union. Articles presented here are usually complete and published nowhere else. In some cases, the papers are work-in-progress reports that may be published later in finished form in specialized journals. For the most part, the contributors are affiliated with Russian Academy of Sciences institutes, other leading physics research institutes throughout the former Soviet Union, and major Russian universities, sometimes with foreign collaborators. Comprising more than 2000 pages annually, the journal presents an enormous amount of information that cannot be obtained elsewhere.

8 Volumes 91 Issues 3,000 Articles available from 2007 - 2014

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    Proceedings of the International Conference “Nuclei-2013: Fundamental Problems and Applications of Nuclei Physics” (LXIII International Meeting on Nuclear Spectroscopy and the Structure of Atomic Nuclei)

    Transfer to the continuum of 14C via (18O, 16O) reaction

    D. Carbone, A. Bonaccorso, C. Agodi (July 2014)

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    Proceedings of the International Conference “Nuclei-2013: Fundamental Problems and Applications of Nuclei Physics” (LXIII International Meeting on Nuclear Spectroscopy and the Structure of Atomic Nuclei)

    Evaluating emission widths of giant dipole resonances in a Fermi liquid model

    V. A. Sadovnikova (July 2014)

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    Proceedings of the International Conference “Nuclei-2013: Fundamental Problems and Applications of Nuclei Physics” (LXIII International Meeting on Nuclear Spectroscopy and the Structure of Atomic Nuclei)

    Using a 120-cm cyclotron to study the synchronous effects of ionizing radiation and hypomagnetic conditions on the simplest biological objects

    V. M. Lebedev, G. V. Maksimov (July 2014)