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VOLUME 2 (1965) | ISSUE 1 CONTENTS page number of Russian version in brackets
Gulayev Yu. V., Possible Existence of "Second" Spin Waves in Ferromagnets 1  (3)
Basov N. G., Letokhov V. S., Atomic Beam Lasers 3  (6)
Gedalin E. V., Kancheli O. V., Matinyan S. G., Parity Conserving Amplitudes of Hadron Decays of Baryons in the U(l2) Symmetry Scheme 5  (9)
Grib A. A., Violation of CP Invariance in 0 -meson Decays and the Non-invariant Vacuum 8  (14)
Dmitrenko I. M., Yanson I. K., Svistunov V. M., Interaction of the Alternating Josephson Current with Resonant Modes in a Superconducting Tunnel Structure 10  (17)
Zhurkin B. G., Penin N. A., Temperature Dependence of Hyper-fine Interaction Lines in EPR Spectra of Phosphorus in Silicon 13  (21)
Chernavskii D. S., Possible Connection between K20 Decay and Statistical Irreversibility 14  (23)
Bakumenko V. L., Vlasov A. N., Kovarskaya E. S., Kozina G. S., Favorin V. N., Step/wise Excitation of Fluorescence of CaWo4 Activated with Er3+ 16  (27)
Korolyuk A. P., Matsakov L. Ya., New Acoustic Resonance in an Oblique Magnetic Field 18  (30)
Perelomov A. M., Popov V. S., Casimir Operators for the Orthogonal and Symplectic Groups 20  (34)
Mikaelyan A. L., Korovitsyn A. V., Naumova L. V., Laser with Radiation Diagram of Diffraction Width 22  (37)
Mash D. I., Morozov V. V., Starunov V. S., Fabelinskii I. L., Stimulated Scattering of Light of the Rayleigh-line Wing 25  (41)
Granovskii Ya. I., Pantyushin A. A., Relativistic Generalization of SU(3) Symmetry. Baryon Current 28  (45)
Tulinov A. F., Akhmetova B. G., Puzanov A. A., Bednyakov A. A., New Method of Investigating the Properties of Single Crystals 30  (48)

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