Перегляд за автором "Lee, D.M."

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  • Boltnev, R.E.; Bykhalo, I.B.; Krushinskaya, I.N.; Pelmenev, A.A.; Khmelenko, V.V.; Lee, D.M.; Khyzhniy, I.V.; Uyutnov, S.A.; Savchenko, E.V.; Ponomaryov, A.N.; Gumenchuk, G.B.; Bondybey, V.E. (Физика низких температур, 2013)
    We have studied thermostimulated luminenscence and electron emission of nitrogen films and nanoclusters containing atomic nitrogen free radicals. Thermostimulated electron emission from N₂ nanoclusters was ob-served for ...
  • Khmelenko, V.V.; Krushinskaya, I.N.; Boltnev, R.E.; Bykhalo, I.B.; Pelmenev, A.A.; Lee, D.M. (Физика низких температур, 2012)
    The results of investigations of thermoluminescence dynamics during destruction of neon–helium and krypton–helium condensates containing stabilized nitrogen and oxygen atoms are presented. Spectra of the thermoluminescence of ...
  • Kiselev, S.I.; Khmelenko, V.V.; Bernard, E.P.; Lee, D.M. (Физика низких температур, 2003)
    Impurity-helium solids (Im-He solids) are porous solids created by injecting a beam of mixed helium and impurity gases into superfluid ⁴He. In this work we use electron spin resonance (ESR) techniques to investigate Im-He ...
  • Mao, S.; Boltnev, R.E.; Khmelenko, V.V.; Lee, D.M. (Физика низких температур, 2012)
    Impurity–helium condensates (IHCs) containing nitrogen and krypton atoms immersed in superfluid ⁴He have been studied via a CW electron spin resonance (ESR) technique. The IHCs are gel-like aggregates of nanoclusters composed ...
  • Krushinskaya, I.N.; Boltnev, R.E.; Bykhalo, I.B.; Pelmenev, A.A.; Khmelenko, V.V.; Lee, D.M. (Физика низких температур, 2015)
    New experimental results on detection of optical spectra and ion currents during destruction of impurity–helium condensates (IHCs) have been obtained. It is shown that emission during IHC sample destruction is accompanied ...
  • Kiselev, S.I.; Khmelenko, V.V.; Lee, D.M. (Физика низких температур, 2000)
    The observed features of the attenuation of ultrasound in Im–He samples created after the introduction of impurity particles (D₂,N₂, Ne, Kr) in a volume of helium II show that a porous substance consisting of a loosely ...
  • Boltnev, R.E.; Khmelenko, V.V.; Lee, D.M. (Физика низких температур, 2010)
    Impurity–helium condensates formed by krypton nanoclusters containing atoms and molecules of hydrogen isotopes have been studied via an electron spin resonance (ESR) technique. Analysis of the ESR spectra has shown that ...