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VOLUME 9 (1969) | ISSUE 10 CONTENTS page number of Russian version in brackets
Gudzenko L.I., Kaitmazov S.D., Medvedev A. A., Shklovslii E.I., Observation of Dynamic Spectrum of Radiation from a Highly Ionized Dense Plasma 341  (561)
Derkachva L.D., Krymova A. I., Four-photon Resonant Parametric Interaction in Lasers Using Dye Solutions. 343  (564)
Basov N.G., Kompanets I.N., Kompanets O.N., Letokhov V.S., Nikitin V. V., Narrow Resonances in the Saturation of Absorption of SF6 by CO2 Laser Emission 345  (568)
Alekseevsklii N.E., Pressure Dependence of the temperature of the Transition of the Compound Bi2K into the Superconducting State 347  (571)
Arkatov Yu.M., Vatset P. I., Voloshchuk V.I., Kirichenko V.V., Prokhorets I. M., Khodyachikh A. F., Fine Structure of Giant Resonance of the Reaction He(γ, p)H3 350  (574)
Brodin M.S., Kamuz M.S., Observation of Self-bending of a Non-uniform Intense Laser Beam in an NaCl Crystal 351  (577)
Krasyul I.K., Pashinin P.P., Prokhorov A.M., Investigation of Breakdown in N2 under the Influence of a Picosecond Ruby-laser Pulse 354  (581)
Gaidukov Yu.P., Perov A. P., Voloshin I. F. , Singularities in the Behavior of Surface Impedance of Tin upon Establishment of a Standing Sound Wave and Quantum Oscillatons of the Speed of Sound 356  (585)
Gakel' V.R., Acoustic Birefringence in Antiferromagnetic MnCO2 360  (590)
Eliseev P.G., Ismailov I., Man'ko M.A., Strakhov V.P., Injection Semiconductor Laser wilth Compound Resonator 362  (594)
Krasko G.I., Gurskii Z.A., Concerning One Model Pseudopotential 363  (596)
Epifanov Yu. N., Filippov A. J., Corrections to the Gell -Mann - Sharp - Wagner Model for the Meson Decays ω → 3 π, ω → π γ, π → γ γ 366  (601)

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