Review of Induced Gamma Emission and Gamma-Ray Laser Research
Proposal for Observation of a Hidden Nuclear Population Inversion
Preface
Nuclear Excitation by X–;Ray Emission of Femtosecond Laser Plasma
Non-Linear Excitation and Decay of Low-Energy Nuclear Isomers Produced under Femtosecond Laser–Plasma Interaction
Initial Search for Triggered Gamma Emission from 178Hfm2 Using the YSU Miniball Array
Beam–Based Production of 178m2Hf
Preparation and De–excitation Measurements of 177mLu Using Fast Neutrons
Possibility of Combining Nuclear Level Pumping in a Plasma with Lasing in a Solid
Electron Shell as a Resonator
Induced Transparency for Gamma Radiation via Nuclear Level Mixing
Gamma Spectroscopy of Hf-178m2 Using Synchrotron X-Rays
Laser-Mössbauer Spectroscopy as a New Tool for Nuclear Transitions
Generating an Inversion on a Nuclear Transition – Photopumping of 103Rh
Mechanisms of K Mixing : the Role of Octupole Vibrations in 180Ta
Non–Radiative Triggering of Long-Lived Nuclear Isomers
Author Index to Volume 143/1–4 (2002)