Gravitation, Astrophysics 
Amplification of electromagnetic and gravitational waves scattered by a rotating "black hole"

1

Nuclei, Particles, and Their Interactions 
Cascade emission of γquanta by highly excited nuclei

6

Observation of the negative induction effect by bound hydrogen capture of {pi^{} mesons

12

Calculation of the energy levels of hydrogen mesic molecules by taking into account adiabatic corrections for nuclear motion

14

Spontaneous positron production in collisions between heavy nuclei

18

Atoms, Spectra, Radiation 
On the statistical theory of reflection of light in randomly inhomogeneous media

27

Investigation of stimulated fourphoton parametric scattering of laser radiation in alkalimetal vapor

30

Collective spontaneous emission by polyatomic systems

37

Investigation of light amplification in a pulsed acetyleneair combustion gasdynamic laser

41

Kinetic model of formation of inverse populations in a carbon monoxide gasdischarge laser

44

Calculation of the ground term X^{1 Σ}^{+}_{g} of the helium quasimolecular doublycharged ion He_{2}^{++} by a simple method

49

Scattering of radiation by thermal electrons in a magnetic field

51

Waves and forces in a homogeneous medium with timevarying properties

58

Coherent light emission by atoms excited by fast particles in an electromagnetic field

61

On the theory of transition radiation in a nonstationary medium

65

Collisionradiative processes and molecular lasers

71

Twolevel system with damping in a plasma

75

Plasma, Gases 
Nonlinear interaction of highamplitude Langmuir waves in a collisionless plasma

83

Polarization spectroscopic analysis of noise produced in a turbulent plasma upon annihilation of oppositely moving magnetic fields

86

High intensity circularly polarized waves in nonlinear dispersive media

93

Nonlinear dissipation of electromagnetic waves in a plasma

96

Anisotropic turbulent distributions for waves with a nondecay dispersion law

102

On stochastization of onedimensional chains of nonlinear oscillators

108

Solids, Liquids 
Hightemperature resistivity and the superconductivity of potassium and rubidium at high pressures

111

Absorption of first sound in liquid He^{3}

116

Electric conductivity of firromagnets with a domain structure

119

Thermal expansion of thulium in the 2300K temperature range

123

Oscillation damping of the free surface of a superfluid liquid

125

Investigation of the disordered state of twodimensional ferromagnetic substances

129

On the theory of elementaryexcitation spectrum in liquid He^{4}

134

Electron diffraction in a strong field by dielectric crystals

140

Conductivity of typell superconductors near the transition temperature

143

Hydrodynamic asymptotic form of the rotationalmotion correlation function of a molecule in a liquid

146

Theory of the Kondo effect at low temperatures

151

The de Haasvan Alphen effect and damping of helicons during plastic deformation in aluminum

156

Behavior of nematic liquid crystals in a rotating magnetic field

158

Distribution of hot phonons generated by laser radiation

162

Electronelectron collisions and the electric conductivity of metals at low temperatures

167

Optical orientation in a system of electrons and lattice nuclei in semiconductors. Experiment

169

Optical orientation in a system of electrons and lattice nuclei in semiconductors. Theory

177

Polarizationoptical investigation of magnetization processes near dislocations in yttrium iron garnet single crystals

184

Viscous flow of vortices in typeII superconducting alloys

195

Correlation functions for a onedimensional Fermi system with longrange interaction (Tomonaga model)

202

Frequency dependence of the conductivity of onedimensional systems

209
