Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics 





JETP, Vol. 45, No. 2, February 1977
(Russian original  ZhETF,
Vol. 72,
No. 2
, February 1977)
NUCLEI, PARTICLES, AND THEIR INTERACTIONS 
The Pomeranchuk singularity in nonabelian gauge theories

199

Effects impeding observation of weak neutral interaction between a muon and a nucleus in light mesic atoms

205

Measurement of the polarization correlation coefficient C^{pp}_{nn} in elastic pp scattering at 610 MeV
N.S. Borisov, L.N. Glonti, M. Yu. Kazarinov, Yu. M. Kazarinov, Yu. F. Kiselev, V.S. Kiselev, V.N. Matafonov, G.G. Macharashvili, B.S. Neganov, I. Strakhota, V.N. Trofimov, Yu. A. Usov, B.A. Khachaturov

212

Divergence of the perturbationtheory series and the quasiclassical theory

216

Loss of energy by an electron in a medium with periodic inhomogeneities

224

Bremsstrahlung spectra of 1GeV electrons and positrons in crystals of silicon, germanium, and niobium

229

ATOMS, SPECTRA, RADIATION 
Spectrum of hydrogen plasma at the series limit

232

Parametric interaction of random waves in nonlinear nondispersive media

239

Interaction of charged particles with strong monochromatic radiation in an inhomogeneous medium

244

Thermal fluctuations in the optical absorption of gases

247

Statistics of thermal fluctuations of optical absorption of gases

249

PLASMA, GASES 
On the theory of electrosound waves in a plasma

252

Magnetohydrodynamics of a collisionless plasma

256

lnteraction between a beam with a supercritical initial velocity and finiteamplitude waves

261

Relaxation of highcurrent electron beams and the modulational instability

266

The establishment of a stationary turbulence spectrum due to induced scattering of waves by particles

271

SOLIDS, LIQUIDS 
Charge movement in crystalline helium

273

Effective surface tension of solids

285

Resistance of pure aluminum and of weak solutions of Mg, Zn, and Ga in Al in the region 240 K

287

Dipole magnetic interaction in plane Heisenberg magnetic substances

291

Mechanisms that limit the amplitudes of parametrically excited spin waves in ferrites

295

Surface relaxation of the magnetization of conduction electrons in thin metallic films

300

Observation of the spinreorientation process by means of measurements of the magnetocaloric effect

307

Lowtemperature photoluminescence of gallium arsenide

310

A model for a phase transition due to nonlinear resonance of lattice vibrations

315

Selflocalization of excitons in quasionedimensional and quasitwodimensional semiconductors

322

The effect of pressure on the Curie point of dilute PdCo alloys

328

Effect of dispersionless phonons on the kinetics of electrons in onedimensional conductors

330

Quantum oscillations of the superconducting transition temperature in metalnonmetal systems

339

New measurements of the viscosity of water behind a shock wave front

348

Conditions for parametric excitation of spin waves in a sample with regular domain structure

350

Theory of electron capture by attracting centers in photoexcited semiconductors

354

Resonance of a substrate surface polariton with a longitudinal phonon of a thin lithiumfluoride film

360

Principle of symmetry of kinetic coefficients for systems with dragging

363

Magnetooptical spectra of 3d ions in spinel ferrites and weak ferromagnets

366

Absorption of Rayleigh sound in metals with several carrier groups

373

Isomorphic phase transitions in CuCl at high pressures

380

Excitation of dopplerons and GantmakherKaner waves in metals

385

Cross relaxation between the Zeeman and spinspin degrees of freedom in a solid

392

Instability mechanism in the nematic and isotropic phases of liquid crystals with positive dielectric anisotropy

396

Determination of the electron scattering amplitudes from the highfrequency properties of conductors

399

Longitudinal oscillations in superconducting alloys

404

Quantum electromagnetic processes in condensed media and natural decay in van der Waals crystals

409

Sound generation in a multidomain ferromagnet

414

Transient processes in the region where the NMR and FMR overlap

419




