The development of the relativistic all-order method where all single and double excitations of the Dirac-Hartree-Fock wave function are included to all orders of perturbation theory led to accurate… (More)

The existing approaches to interface mechanics descnbe almost flat interfaces and use two elastic moduh corresponding to extension and bending deformations Recently these theones have been applied to… (More)

The multi–Regge form of QCD amplitudes with gluon exchanges is proved in the next-to-leading approximation. The proof is based on the bootstrap relations, which are required for the compatibility of… (More)

We show a new physical phenomenon expected for the ratio RpA of the unintegrated gluon distribution of a nucleus over the unintegrated gluon distribution of a proton scaled up by the atomic factor A… (More)

Theories unifying gravity with other interactions suggest spatial and temporal variation of fundamental “constants” in the Universe. A change in the fine structure constant, α = e/~c, could be… (More)

The ammonia method, recently proposed by Flambaum and Kozlov (2007) to probe variations of the electronto-proton mass ratio, μ = me/mp, is applied for the first time to dense prestellar molecular… (More)

Microwave and far infrared (FIR) spectra of atoms and molecules are in general more sensitive to the variation of the fundamental constants than optical spectra. For example, FIR transitions between… (More)

Radiative corrections to QCD amplitudes in the quasi-multi-Regge kinematics are interesting in particular since the Reggeized form of these amplitudes is used in the derivation of the NLO BFKL. This… (More)

A concept of CP-violating T,P-odd permanent molecular magnetic moments CP is introduced. We relate the moments to the electric dipole moment of electron eEDM and estimate CP for several diamagnetic… (More)