Development of New Resource-Saving Technologies for Ceramic Material Production: High resistant Pigments, Heat Shielding, Plasters, Filters, etc.; by the Method of Controllable Thermosynthesis in Combustion Wave Using Industrial Metal-Containing Wastes
Development of Methods of the Radioisotope Production of the Cyclotron Type (97Ru and Generator 178W/178Ta) for Medical Purposes
Chemical Tagging of Explosives
Development of Theoretical Basis of Heterogeneous Materials Heat Conductivity Verification of Obtained Relationships
Induced Seismicity Due to Electromagnetic Impact Caused by MHD Generator
Development of New Methods and Means of Assessing of Consequences of Radionuclide and Heavy Metal Salt Effect, Criteria of Forecasting Physiological State and Productivity of the Farm Animals under Conditions of Ecological Pollution of Environment
Diamond Glasses and Composites Production by Means of High-Pressure-High-Temperature Treatment
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