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VOLUME 57 | ISSUE 3 CONTENTS page number of Russian version in brackets
     Mikhailov A. A. , Search for point sources of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays 149  (145)
     Kononets Yu. V. , Tupitsyn I. S. , Coherent resonances in the spectra of e+-e- pairs created by hard γ rays in aligned single crystals 151  (148)
     Abela R., Herlach D., Morenzoni E., Solt G., Zimmermann U., Gygax F.N., Schenck A., Eshchenko D.G., Krasnoperov E.P., Meillikhov E.E. , Muonium in liquid helium isotopes 157  (154)
     Voronov D. V. , Kolybasov V. M. , Additional condition for a role of pion-nucleon rescattering in pd annihilation 162  (159)
     Askar'yan G. A. , Korolev M. G. , Yakushkin K. L , Hypersonic gasdynamic studies in a gas flow arising from the application of an intense unfocused laser pulse to a film or to the surface of a bulk medium 167  (164)
     Malevich V. L. , Absorption of light by free carriers in a semiconductor in a static electric field 175  (171)
     Babichenko V. S. , Kiselev M. N. , Doping-induced exciton transition 179  (174)
     Brik A. B. , Larikov A. L. , Matyash I. V. , Acceleration of spin-lattice relaxation of tunneling [AlO4]0 centers in quartz by an electric field 185  (179)
     Patrin G. S. , Volkov N. V. , Fedoseeva N. V. , Nikolaev E. M. , Nonlinear magnetic resonance in (CH3NH3)2Mn0.5Cu0.5Cl4 crystals 189  (183)
     Aliev Yu. M. , Silin V. P. , Uryupin S. A. , Vortex relaxation in a nonlocal electrodynamics of Josephson junctions 193  (187)
     Stishov S. M. , Phase transition in expanded matter 196  (189)


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