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Jolos, Rostislav Vladimirovich

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Total publications: 8
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Doctor of physico-mathematical sciences

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Publications in Math-Net.Ru
1987
1. R. V. Jolos, S. P. Ivanova, R. Pedrossa, V. G. Solov'ev, “Study of the shift of two-phonon poles in deformed nuclei by the method of boson expansions”, TMF, 70:1 (1987),  154–160  mathnet; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 70:1 (1987), 108–112  isi
1979
2. R. V. Jolos, Kh. L. Molina, V. G. Solov'ev, “Influence of the Pauli principle on the properties of two-phonon states”, TMF, 40:2 (1979),  245–250  mathnet  mathscinet; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 40:2 (1979), 722–726  isi
1975
3. R. V. Jolos, F. Denau, D. Yansen, “Construction of a collective Hamiltonian in a microscopic model of a nucleus. II”, TMF, 23:3 (1975),  374–382  mathnet; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 23:3 (1975), 580–586
1974
4. R. V. Jolos, V. G. Kartavenko, V. Rybarska, “Bogolyubov's method in the problem of pairing vibrations and the problem of eliminating unphysical states”, TMF, 20:3 (1974),  353–363  mathnet; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 20:3 (1974), 873–880
5. R. V. Jolos, F. Denau, D. Yansen, “Construction of the collective Hamiltonian in a microscopic model of a nucleus”, TMF, 20:1 (1974),  112–125  mathnet; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 20:1 (1974), 704–713
1973
6. R. V. Jolos, F. Denau, V. G. Kartavenko, D. Yanssen, “Pairing correlations and collective $0^+$-states of nuclei. II”, TMF, 14:1 (1973),  70–81  mathnet; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 14:1 (1973), 51–59
1971
7. R. V. Jolos, “Pairing correlations and collective $0^+$ states of nuclei. I”, TMF, 6:3 (1971),  403–414  mathnet; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 6:3 (1971), 291–298

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