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VOLUME 56 | ISSUE 6 CONTENTS page number of Russian version in brackets
     Lagutin A. S., Evolution of the microwave absorption spectrum of a strongly anisotropic ferrimagnet as the orientation of the external magnetic field is varied 287  (289)
     Razbirin B. S., Nel'son D. K., Excitonic molecule bound to a neutral acceptor in a hexagonal CdS crystal 291  (293)
     Il'ichev E. V., Kuznetsov V. I., Tulin V. A., Conversion of phase-slip lines into elementary resistive domains in a current-carrying superconducting thin film 295  (297)
     Nesterkin O. R., Shershakov E. P., Zel'dovich B. Ya., Novikov A. D., Strengthening of the photorefractive response in a ferroelectric Ba2NaNb5O15 crystal in an alternating external field 299  (301)
     Babichenko V. S., Kagan Yu., s pairing as a result of antiferromagnetic fluctuations in a high-Tc superconductor 303  (305)
     Gantmakher V. F., Zverev V. N., Teplinskii V. M., Barkalov O. I., Crossover from superconductivity to a negative magnetoresistance in a Cd-Sb alloy near the localization threshold as the temperature is lowered 309  (311)
     Irkhin V. Yu., Katsnel'son M. I., Trefilov A. V., Anomalies caused in the lattice properties of band magnetic materials by features of the electronic structure 315  (317)
     Kudashev V. R. , Dynamics of the boundaries of the oscillation region in a dissipationless shock wave 320  (322)
     Krylov A. L., Khodorovskii V. V., El' G. A., Evolution of a nonmonotonic perturbation in Korteweg-de Vries hydrodynamics 323  (325)

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