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Observation of channeling for 6500 GeV/c protons in the crystal assisted collimation setup for LHC
Nuclear electric resonance and orientation of carrier spins by an electric field
Experimental study for the feasibility of a crystalline undulator.
The x-ray tests of the crystal deformation due to a given periodic pattern of surface scratches have shown that a sinusoidal-like shape is observed on both the scratched surface and the opposite (unscratched) face of the Crystal, opening up the possibility for experiments with high-energy particles channeled in a crystalline undulator, a novel compact source of radiation.
Observation of parametric X-rays produced by 400-GeV/c protons in bent crystals
Measurement of the dechanneling length for high-energy negative pions
Probability of inelastic nuclear interactions of high-energy protons in a bent crystal
Multiple volume reflections of high-energy protons in a sequence of bent silicon crystals assisted by volume capture
High-efficiency volume reflection of an ultrarelativistic proton beam with a bent silicon crystal.
The volume reflection phenomenon was detected while investigating 400 GeV proton interactions with bent silicon crystals in the external beam H8 of the CERN Super Proton Synchrotron, and its efficiency exceeds 95%, thereby surpassing any previously observed value.
Observation of focusing of 400 GeV/c proton beam with the help of bent crystals