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VOLUME 2 | ISSUE 4 CONTENTS page number of Russian version in brackets
     Panyushkin V. N., Voronov F. F. , The Mossbauer Effect in Metallic Tin at Pressures up to 110 kbar 97  (153)
     Fushchich V. I. , Unitary Symmetry and the Poincare Group 99  (157)
     Kresin V. Z., Tavger B. A. , Possible Superconductivity Mechanism in Crystalline Films 101  (160)
     Izmailov S. V., Shul'man G. A. , Filling of Electron Shells of Compressed Atoms in the Statistical Model 104  (164)
     Zavaritskii N. V. , Concerning the Quantization of the Energy Levels of Electronic Excitations in the Intermediate State of a Superconductor 106  (168)
     Akhmanov S. A., Klyshko D. N. , Three-photon Molecular Scattering of Light 108  (171)
     Okorokov V. V. , Coherent Excitation of Optical Spectra of Atoms Passing Through a Crystal 111  (175)
     Askar'yan G. A. , Self-acceleration of Ionizing Particles in an Electric Field of a Polarizing lonization Loop 113  (179)
     Ushakov V. V. , Concerning the Difference Between νμ and νe 115  (182)
     Chekin V. V., Romanov V. P., Verkin B. I., Bokov V. A. , Change in the Probability of the Mossbauer Effect on Sn119 Impurity Nuclei in the Ferroelectric Phase Transition in BaTiO3 117  (186)
     Velichkina T. A., Shustin O. A., Yakovlev I. A. , Fine Structure of Spectral Lines of Light Scattered in Cubic Crystals 119  (189)
     Zakharov V. A., Kaidalov A. B. , Relativistic Generalization of SU(6) Symmetry and Production of Baryon Resonances 121  (192)
     Dal'karov O. D. , Isotopic Structure of Parity Nonconserving Nuclear Forces 124  (197)


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