G.V. Kamarchuk / Г.В. Камарчук / G.V. Komarchuk
G.V. Kamarchuk / Г.В. Камарчук / G.V. Komarchuk
Head of Department, B.Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of the NAS of
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New Chemical Sensors Based on Point Heterocontact Between Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes and Gold Wires
GV Kamarchuk, IG Kolobov, AV Khotkevich, IK Yanson, AP Pospelov, ...
Sensors and Actuators B 134, 1022-1026, 2008
Point-Contact Sensors: New Prospects for а Nanoscale Sensitive Technique
GV Kamarchuk, OP Pospelov, AV Yeremenko, E Faulques, IK Yanson
Europhys. Lett. 76 (4), 575-581, 2006
A new method for controlling the quantized growth of dendritic nanoscale point contacts via switchover and shell effects
AP Pospelov, AI Pilipenko, GV Kamarchuk, VV Fisun, IK Yanson, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (1), 632-639, 2015
Direct determination of Debye temperature and electron-phonon interaction in
GV Kamarchuk, AV Khotkevich, VM Bagatsky, VG Ivanov, P Moliniť, ...
Physical Review B 63 (7), 073107, 2001
Electron--phonon interaction-induced nonlinearity of the current--voltage characteristic of superconductor--normal-metal point contacts
IK Yanson, GV Kamarchuk, AV Khotkevich
Soviet Journal of Low Temperature Physics 10 (4), 220-222, 1984
Conductance quantization as a new selective sensing mechanism in dendritic point contacts
GV Kamarchuk, AP Pospelov, AV Savytskyi, AO Herus, YS Doronin, ...
SN Applied Sciences 1 (3), 1-7, 2019
Sensors for Exhaled Gas Analysis: an Analytical Review.
GV Kamarchuk, AP Pospelov, IG Kushch
Volatile Biomarkers: Non-Invasive Diagnosis in Physiology and Medicine”. Ed†…, 2013
Point-contact sensory nanostructure modeling
AI Pilipenko, AP Pospelov, GV Kamarchuk, IS Bondarenko, AA Shablo, ...
Functional materials, 2011
Nonlinearity of Voltage-Current Characteristic of Point Contacts Superconductor-Normal Metal Caused by Electron-Phonon Interaction
IK Yanson, GV Kamarchuk, AV Khotkevich
Sov. J. Low Temp. Phys. 10 (4), 423-427, 1984
Point-Contact sensors and their medical applications for breath analysis
GV Kamarchuk, AP Pospelov, LV Kamarchuk, IG Kushch, ...
Nanobiophysics: fundamentals and applications, 327, 2015
High-conductivity organic metals as electrode materials
AP Pospelov, MV Ved, ND Sakhnenko, YL Alexandrov, VV Shtefan, ...
Materials Science 20 (3), 65-72, 2002
Intramolecular oscillations in the microcontact spectra of the organic superconductor beta-(BEDT-TTF) 2I3
GV Kamarchuk, AV Khotkevich, IK Ianson, KI Pokhodnia
Fizika Nizkikh Temperatur 16, 711-717, 1990
On the importance of developing a new generation of breath tests for Helicobacter pylori detection
I Kushch, N Korenev, L Kamarchuk, A Pospelov, A Kravchenko, L Bajenov, ...
Journal of breath research 9 (4), 047111, 2015
Sensors for breath analysis: an advanced approach to express diagnostics and monitoring of human diseases
IG Kushch, NM Korenev, LV Kamarchuk, AP Pospelov, YL Alexandrov, ...
Biodefence, 63-75, 2011
Simple and complex conducting TCNQ salts with pyrazine based cations
VА Starodub, АV Kravchenko, АR Kazachkov, VV Khotkevich, ...
Functional materials 10 (4), 739, 2003
Nonlinear cyclical transport phenomena in copper point contacts
GV Kamarchuk, AP Pospelov, AV Savitskiy, LV Koval
Low Temperature Physics 40 (10), 937-942, 2014
Elastic properties and phonon spectra of quasi-two-dimensional
IA Gospodarev, AV Eremenko, TV Ignatova, GV Kamarchuk, IG Kolobov, ...
Low Temperature Physics 29 (2), 151-154, 2003
Electronic and magnetic dynamic properties of imidazolate complexes
F Ragot, S Belin, VG Ivanov, DL Perry, M Ortega, TV Ignatova, IG Kolobov, ...
Materials Science 20 (3), 11-27, 2002
Elastic spectroscopy of electron-phonon interaction in superconductor-normal metal point contacts.
AV Khotkevich, VV Khotkevich, IK Yanson, GV Kamarchuk
Sov. J. Low Temp. Phys. 16 (9), 693-695, 1990
Electron-phonon interaction in pure superconducting point microcontacts.
GV Kamarchuk, AV Khotkevich, IK Yanson
Sov. Phys. Sol. St. 28 (2), 254-258, 1986
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