Basov

Basov

(Russian ˈbasəf)
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(Biography) Nikolai Gennediyevich (nikaˈlaj ɡjiˈnadjejivitʃ). 1922–2001, Russian physicist: shared the Nobel prize for physics (1964) for his pioneering work on the maser
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Prominent Soviet experimental physicist, Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR Nikolai Gennadievich Basov (1922-2001)
The waves generated can be maintained long enough to be usable for practical applications, Basov said.
Data points obtained from numerous sources, but largely from Padilla, Basov, and Smith, "Negative refractive index materials;" and Shalaev, "Optical negative-index metamaterials.
The Volgograd Emergency Ministry is expected to hold an emergency meeting on the matter where they will take decision on whether or not the bridge can be used," said Volgograd Emergency Ministry official Vadim Basov.
And in 1954, Aleksandr Prokhorov and Nikolai Basov of the Lebedev Physical Institute in Moscowwrote an article about using a beam of alkali halide molecules to generate a microwave oscillator.
Tom Driscoll at the University of California, San Diego along with Dimitri Basov and collaboraters from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, and ETRI in the Republic of Korea developed the new "frequency-agile" design by attaching a thin film of vanadium dioxide to a gold metamaterial structure.
Ashcraft, Adam Born, Patricia Clark, Todd Ashenmiller, Bevin Bossert, Walter Coates, Dennis Auernheimer, Leonardo Boucekkine, Raouf Coe, Patrick Auten, Gerald Bradley, Mike Conway, Karen Awokuse, Titus Bronars, Stephen Cornwell, Christopher Azmat, Ghazala Brown, Drusilla Corrado, Carol Baker, Kenneth Bruce, Donald Corredor, Cesar Baker, Matthew Bruner, David Cosimano, Tom Baker, Michael Bruch, Thomas Coupe, Tom Ball, Sheryl Buckley, Neil Craft, Erik Banerjee, Dyuti Bucovetsky, Sam Craig, Stephen Bar-Isaac, Heski Burdekin, Bruce Creane, Anthony Basov, Suren Bushway, Shawn Crewson, Phillip Basu, Kaushik Canales-Kriljenko, Datta Gupta, Nabanita Jorge Battalio, Robert Capra, C.
Basov and Shelukhin [1] introduced solution for the one-dimensional equations of Bingham compressible flow.
Basov, Hot v Velikoy Otechestvennoy Voyne 1941-1945: Opyti operativno-strategicheskogo primeneniya (Moscow: Nauka, 1980), pp.
Similarly, once when she told us that the Soviet scientists Basov and Prokhorov had been awarded a Nobel prize, someone in the class shouted, 'The Beatles were given the prize
Townes of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and to Nikolai Basov and Aleksandr Prokhorov of the U.