HEALTH MONITOR - GAS ANALYSER
First of all Health Monitor - gas analyser.

Breath analysis is a technique as new as promising. On one hand, it enables the monitoring of biochemical processes: the volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the metabolic processes are generated within the body, travel via the blood, participate to the alveolar exchanges and appear in exhaled breath; on the other hand, breath is easily and non-invasively accessible.

The Health Monitor works based on measuring glow discharge in visible wavelengths using emission spectroscopy. The spectral range covers almost all biomarkers in the exhaled air. For example, concentration of acetone in the exhalated air strongly corresponds with blood glucose level. Other gases corresponds with different diseases - that are extremely interesting for medical applications.


The glow discharge
Example of lab glass cell with burning glow discharge
THE RESULT OF EVERY ANALYSIS IS A SPECTER WHICH CAN BE USED TO DETECT DIFFERENT GASES
To demonstrate the versatility of our device, we conducted a series experiments on recording spectra of various chemical impurities in the air. Below are examples of the spectra of some atomic gaseous impurities, received by our device.
Every spectrum is unique and is easily recognizable. Using this method, specters of the following gases were gathered :Acetone (propanone), Ammonia, Argon, Butylamine, Carbon dioxide, Carbon tetrachloride, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Ethanol (ethyl alcohol), Helium, Hydrogen peroxide, Isobutane (methylpropane), Isopropanol (isopropyl alcohol), Mercury, Methane, Methanol (methyl alcohol), Nitric Oxide, Radon, Toluene, Xenon and ect.

Health Monitor can detect a large amount of gases. Due to the remote control of the equipment and the current assembly, we do not need to change the device to expand the number of detected gases and diseases.

Health Monitor made it possible to measure the concentration of gases in the exhalation air and correlate it with the values of the norm as soon as possible and without additional difficulties



In 1999, using GC/MS, Phillips et al. described 3481 VOCs in the breath gas of healthy controls, with an average number of about 200 VOCs detectable in an individual’ breath gas. Recently, 1765 VOCs of healthy humans have been published.
THE PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION OF THE GAS ANALYZER IS BASED ON THE SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF EXHALED AIR.

*Spectral analysis is a combination of methods for the qualitative and quantitative determination of the composition of an object (in our case, the composition of exhalation air), based on the study of the interaction spectra of matter with radiation (BUT in our case, the study of the interaction spectra of exhaled gas in a glow discharge).

Due to spectral analysis, high selectivity is achieved.
Control of chemical and technological processes
which are associated with the use or production of gases
Ecology and environmental protection: monitoring and control of atmospheric pollution
Public safety: timely detection of explosive and dangerous substances in places with large concentrations of people (railway stations, airports, etc.)
Forensic examination
Medicine
Unlimited number of analyses allow the HM to be used as a vending machine (in supermarkets, airports, railway stations, etc.).
The widening of the database will be followed by the software update. The device does not need upgrading due to its versatility.
Health Monitor is constructed of non-toxic materials, without ionizing radiation. The device is isolated without impact to the environment or on the vital activity of any organism. Currently, construction is meant to intake a small amount of air. As for other parameters, air quality is not important.

The sensor is indifferent to the water vapor present in the exhaled air sample and possesses a high spectral selectivity.

Measuring systems for determining the qualitative and quantitative concentration of traces of atoms and molecules in atmospheric air are important in a wide range of human activities:
WHY HEALTH MONITOR?
Many studies aim for assessing the clinical potential of breath analysis, despite on great potential, the use of breath analysis in clinical diagnostic is limited because of the high costs of the specific, high accurate instrumentation (i.e., gas chromatograph, mass spectrometer) and the need of expert personnel to perform the analysis, which also are very time consuming. Recently, e-noses are gaining the attention of the scientific community. Nevertheless, the majority of such e-noses exploit very expensive technology, or requires complex circuitry.

Our technology is unique and technically cannot be compared with other gas analyzers. Existing technologies have several disadvantages:

  • High-pressure gas-tank
  • The presence of cryogenic temperatures and ultrahigh vacuum
  • Laboratory laser systems
  • Highly specialized and work with one or more of the substances being tested, similar to their properties

In addition, competitors' devices are too expensive and difficult to manufacture. All these shortcomings limit their practical use and mass implementation.
DESPITE AT EXTENDED OPPORTUNITIES, THE DEVICE IS COMPACT AND CAN BE REPRESENTED IN DIFFERENT CASES
List of publications
1. S.N. Atutov, E.G. Saprikin, S.G. Rautian.
Investigation of spontaneous radiation of transition 3S2- 2P4 of Neon in presence of strong light field. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Physics of Gas Lasers, p. 43, 1969, Novosibirsk.

2. S.N. Atutov , A.G. Nikitenko, S.G. Rautian, E.G. Saprikin.
Experimental studying of the differential cross section of non elastic collision of exited atoms on electrons of glow discharge plasma. . Sov.Phys.-JETP Lett. v.13, issue 5, 1971.

3. S.N. Atutov, A.I. Lochmatov.
Laser interferometer for angle and transference measurement on the basis of two frequencies gas laser. Avtometria ( Sov. Optoelectronics ) N.1, 1971.

4. S.N. Atutov, V.V. Slabko.
Frequency stabilisation of the anisotropic gas laser, Proceedings of Conference of Soviet Union on Control of Frequency of Stimulated Radiation, 1982, Kiev.

5. S.N. Atutov, V.V. Slabko, A.I. Lochmatov, V.A. Chanov.
Frequency stabilisation of the anisotropic He-Ne Laser in variable magnetic field.
Avtometria ( Sov. Optoelectronics ) N. 1, 1974.

6. S.N. Atutov, V.P. Koronkevich, A.I. Lochmatov, G.I. Smirnov.
On frequency characteristics of the Zeeman laser with anisotropic resonator. Sov. Journ.-Quantum. Electronics, N. 5, 1975.

7. S.N. Atutov, V.P. Bes'melcev, V.N. Burnashev, V.V. Vorob'ev,
V.P. Koroncevich, A.I. Lochmatov, V.S. Sobolev.
An investigation of the laser interferometer for the angle and transference measurement on the basis of two frequencies lasers. Avtometria ( Sov. Optoelectronics) N. 5, 1976,

8. S.N. Atutov, V.P. Kochanov, E.G. Saprikin, G.I. Smirnov.
Fabry-Perot laser spectrometer, Sov. Journ-Optics and Spectroscopy, v. 43, 1977.

9. S.N. Atutov, S.G. Rautian, G.D. Rodionov, E.G. Saprikin, A.M. Shalagin. Contrasting of non-linear resonances by using its polarisation properties. Sov. Journ. -Technical Physics Letters, v. 3, issue 24, 1977.

10. S.N. Atutov, G.I. Smirnov.
Modes self- selection in Zeeman laser. Avtometria ( Sov. Optoelectronics) N. 2, 1979.

11. S.N. Atutov, S.G Rautian, G.D. Rodionov, E.G. Saprikin, A.M. Shalagin. Methods of polarisation spectroscopy for investigation of relaxation characteristics of degenerate systems. Avtometria ( Sov. Optoelectronics) N. 4, 1979.

12. V.D Antsygin, S.N. Atutov, F.Kh. Gel'mukhanov, G.G. Telegin, and
A.M. Shalagin.
Light-induced diffusion of Sodium vapour. Sov.Phys.-JETP Lett. v.30, 243, 1979.

13. S.N. Atutov, S.N. Selesnev, A.M. Shalagin.
Selection of axial modes of He-Ne laser in longitudinal magnetic field. Sov.Journ. -Appl. Spectroscopy. N. 6, 1979.

14. V.D. Antsygin, S.N. Atutov, F.Kh. Gel'muchanov, G.G. Telegin,, and
A.M. Shalagin.
Effect of light-induced diffusion of gases. Proceedings of 4th Vavilov International Conference,v. 2, 1979. Novosibirsk.

15. S.N. Atutov, E.G. Saprikin, D.V. Yakovin.
Gas lasers with two spectral lines. Proceedings of the 1th Soviet Union Conference on using of modern physical methods for control and measurement systems. v. 1, 1979, Chabarovsk.

16. S.N. Atutov, V.M. Lunin, S.N. Selesnev.
Single-frequency gas lasers tuneable by applied magnetic field. Proceedings of the 1st Soviet Union Conference on using of modern physical methods for control and mesurement systems. v. 1, 1979, Chabarovsk.

17. S.N. Atutov, V.A. Tarkov, V.A. Chanov.
A precision of frequency reproduction of stabilised Zeeman laser. In a book
" Coherent-optical systems", v. 6, 1979. Novosibirsk.

18. V.D. Ansygin, S.N. Atutov, F.Kh. Gel'muchanov, A.M. Shalagin,
G.G. Telegin, A.M. Shalagin.
Gas diffusion induced by resonance light field. Opt. Commun., v. 32, p. 237. 1980.

19. S.N.Atutov, S.S. Bednarjevskii, V.P. Maltsev, E.G. Saprikin, G.I. Smirnov, V.E. Soloboev.
Two-parameters laser system for measurement of diffused light intensity. Avtometria ( Sov. Optoelectronics) N. 3, 1981.

20. S.N. Atutov, P.L. Chapovsky, A.M. Shalagin,
Light-induced drift of Neon, Proceedings of 7th Vavilov International Conference, v., 1981.

21. S.N. Atutov, A.I. Plekhanov, A.M. Shalagin.
Superradiance of the D-line of sodium atoms under optical excitation, Proceedings of 10th Bulgarian Jubilee Nation. Conference on atomic spectroscopy, Veliko-Turnovo. 1982.

22. S.N. Atutov, P.L. Chapovsky, A.M. Shalagin.
Light-induced drift of neon under optical excitation from a metastable state. Opt. Commun., v. 43, N.4, 1982.

23. S.N. Atutov, A.L. Plekhanov, A.M. Shalagin.
Laser generation of D1- sodium line under optical excitation. Sov. Journ.-Optics and Spectroscopy, v. 50, 1982.

24. S.N. Atutov, I.M. Ermolaev, A.M.Shalagin.
Light-induced current in rare neutral gas. Sov. Phys.- JETP. Lett. v.40, N.9, 1984.

25. S.N. Atutov, I.M. Ermolaev, A.M. Shalagin,
Light-induced current. Proceedings of 12th International Conference on Coherent and Nonlinear Optics. v.2, 1985, Moscow.

26. S.N. Atutov, St. Lesjak, S.P. Pod'jachev. A.M. Shalagin.
Movement of Na- vapour cloud by light-induced drift. Opt. Commun., v. 60, p.41, 1986.

27. S.N. Atutov, S.P. Pod'jachev,A.M. Shalagin.
Diffusion pulling of Na vapour into the laser beam. Opt. Commun., v. 57, N. 4. 1986.

28. S.N. Atutov, S.P. Pod'jachev, A.M. Shalagin.
Light-induced diffusion pulling of Sodium vapour into laser beam. Sov. Phys. -JETP v.64, N.8, 1986.

29. S.N. Atutov, A.M. Shalagin.
Light-induced effect in young stars nebula. Preprint of Institute of Automation and Electrometry , N.326, 1986, Novosibirsk.

30. S.N. Atutov.
Light-induced drift of Na vapour without physical adsorption on the inner surface of the cell. Phys. Lett. v.119, N.3. 1986.

31. S.N. Atutov, I.M. Ermolaev, A.M. Shalagin.
Light-induced current in Sodium vapour. Sov. Phys.- JETP, v.63, N.6, 1986.

32. S.N. Atutov, I.M. Ermolaev, A.M. Shalagin.
Investigation of the Light-induced drift effect of Sodium vapour. Sov. Phys.-JETP, v.65, N.4, 1987.

33. S.N. Atutov, S.P. Pod'jachev,
Observation and Investigation of diffusion waves of Sodium vapour. Sov. Journ.
Optics and Spectroscopy, v.62, N.5, 1987.

34. N.G.C. Werij, J.P.M. Hermans, P.C.M. Planken, E.R. Eliel, J.P. Woerdman, and
S.N. Atutov, P.L. Chapovsk, F.Kh. Gel'mukhanov.
Light-induced drift velocities in Na-noble gas mixtures. Phys. Rev. Lett., v.58, N.25, 1987.

35. N.G.C. Werij, J.P.M. Hermans, P.C.M. Planken, E.R. Eliel, J.P. Woerdman, and
S.N. Atutov, P.L. Chapovski, F.Kh. Gel'mukhanov.
A study of the optical "machine gun". 15th International Conference on Quantum Electronics. IQES'87. Baktimore, USA, April, 1987.

36. S.N. Atutov and A.M. Shalagin.
Prospects for light-induced effect in astrophysical objects. Sov. Astron. Lett. v.14, N.4, 284 1988.

37. S.N. Atutov, S.P. Pod'yachev and A.M. Shalagin.
Light-induced drift, separation, accumulation and detection of microadmixture. Opt. Commun., v. 83, N. 5/6,p. 307, 1991.

38. S.N. Atutov, F. Wittgrefe, J.L.S. van Saarloos, E. Eliel.
Light-induced diffusive pulling of rubidium in atomic and molecular buffer gases. Journal of Physics. B, v.24, N.1, p.145, 1991.

39. S.N. Atutov, A.I. Parkhomenko, S.P. Pod'yachev and A.M. Shalagin.
White light-induced drift of particles with a hyperfine splitting of levels. Sov Phys.-JETP, v.72, N.2, p. 210, 1991.

40. S.N. Atutov, A.I. Parchomenko, S.P. Pod'yachev and A.M. Shalagin.
Light-Induced Drift under condition of ground state optical hyperfine pumping.
J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys., v. 25, p. 2943, 1992.

41. S.N. Atutov, S. Gozzini, C. Gabbanini, A. Lucchesini, C. Marinelli, E. Mariotti and L. Moi.
Light-Induced vapour jets. Phys. Rev. A, v. 46, N.7, 1992.

42. S.N. Atutov, E. Mariotti, M. Meucci, P. Bicchi, C. Marinelli and L. Moi.
A 670 nm external-cavity single mode diode laser continuously tuneable over 18 GHz range, Opt. Commun., v. 107, p. 83, 1993.

43. L. Moi, S. Gozzini, C. Marinelli, S. Atutov, E. Mariotti, A. Lucchesini,
M. Meucci, P. Bicchi, C. Gabbanini.
Light-Induced Drift: last issues. SPIE Proceedings v. 1711, p. 3-10, 1993.

44. S.N. Atutov, P.V. Kolinko, A.M. Shalagin.
Light induced drift of atomic lithium vapour without adsorption on the walls of the cell. Opt. Commun., v. 107, p. 218, 1994.

45. S.N. Atutov, S.V. Plotnikov, S.P. Pod'yachev and A.M. Shalagin.
Light-Induced Drift of optically thick cloud of sodium vapour. Physics Letters A, v. 193, p. 179-182, 1994.

46. S.N. Atutov, K.A. Nasyrov, S.P. Pod'yachev, A.M. Shalagin, O.A. Vostricov.
Light-Induced Current Phenomenon and its astrophysical manifestation.
15-th International Conference on Coherent and Nonlinear Optics, St. Petersburg, Russia, Technical Digest, v.1, p. 28-2à, 1995.

47. E. Marotti, S. Atutov, M. Meucci, P. Bicchi, C. Marinelli, L. Moi.
Dynamics of rubidium light-induced atom desorption. Chemical Physics, v. 187, p. 111-115, 1994.

48. S.N. Atutov, P.V. Kolinko, A.M. Shalagin, O.A. Vostricov. Investigation of light-induced drift of lithium vapour in the case far removed cell walls. Opt. Commun., v. 128, p.236, 1996.

49. S.N. Atutov, K.A. Nasyrov, S.P. Pod'yachev, A.M. Shalagin and O.A. Vostricov.
Light-Induced Current in RF-discharge plasma. Summary for CLEO

50. S.N. Atutov, R. Calabrese, V. Guidi, P. Lenisa, E. Mariotti, L. Moi.
White-Light Laser Cooling in storage rings. Proc. of the Inter. School of Physics " E. Fermi ", course CXXXI, 1995.

51. S.N. Atutov, K.A. Nasyrov, S.P. Pod jachev, and A.M. Shalagin. Light-Induced Current in Hydrogen Glow- Discharge Plasma. Phys. Rev. Lett. v. 72, N. 23, p. 3654. 1994.

52. S.N. Atutov, K.A. Nasyrov, S.P. Pod'yachev, A.M. Shalagin and O.A. Vostricov. Light -Induced Current in plasma. Phys. Rev. A. v. 54, p.4279, 1996.

53. S.N. Atutov, F. Bonazzi, R. Calabrese, V. Guidi, P. Lenisa, S. Petruio, E. Mariotti, L. Moi.
Generation of a frequency comb with a sharp edge of adjustable intensity and frequency. Optics Communication, v.132, p. 269, 1996.

54. S.N. Atutov, R. Calabrese, V. Guidi, P. Lenisa, E. Mariotti, L. Moi, S. Petruio, and A.M. Shalagin.
Frequency stabilisation of a broadband dye laser by Light-Induced Drift Effect. Optics Communication, 146 (1998) p.196-200

55. S.N. Atutov, S. Brandt, R. Calabrese, V. Guidi, P. Lenisa, E. Mariotti, L. Moi, A.M. Shalagin, R. Wynands.
Bright and dark resonances in two level system. Optics Communication, in press.

56. S.N. Atutov, R. Calabrese, V. Guidi, P. Lenisa, S. Petrio, E. Mariotti, L. Moi. Sharp Edge broad band lasers for "white light" cooling in storage rings. 2nd Euroconference on Atomic Physics with highly charged ions.
Stockholm, 1996.

57. L.Tecchio, A.Atutov, G.Bisoffi, A.Burov, R.Calabrese, G.Ciullo, T.Clauser, A.Dainelli, N.S.Dikansky, V.Guidi, S.Gustafsson, G.Lamanna, P.Lenisa, E.Mariotti, L.Moi, M.F.Moisio, V.V.Parkhomuchuk, D.V.Pestrikov, A.Pisent, M.Poggi, V.Stagno, V.Variale, B.Yang:
CRYSTAL: a storage ring for crystalline beams and other applications"; Nuclear Physics A626 (1997) 583c

58. S.N. Atutov, F. Bonazzi, R. Calabrese, V. Guidi, P. Lenisa, S. Petruio, E. Mariotti, L. Moi.
Very efficient generation of a frequency comb with a large edge of adjustable intensity and frequency. IQEC'96. ( 14-19 July)

59. S.N. Atutov, R.Calabrese, R.Grimm, V.Guidi, I.Lauer, P.Lenisa, V. Luger, E.Mariotti, L.Moi, A. Peters, U. Schramm, D. Schwalm, M. Stobel. White-light laser cooling of stored ion beam. Phys. Rew. Lett. 80 ( 1998) p.2129.

60. S.N. Atutov, R.Calabrese, R.Grimm, V.Guidi, I.Lauer, P.Lenisa, V. Luger, E.Mariotti, L.Moi, A. Peters, U. Schramm, D. Schwalm, M. Stobel. White-light laser cooling of stored ion beam. Hyperf. Interact. 115 (1998) p.47

61. S.Atutov, F.Bonazzi, R.Calabrese, V.Guidi, P.Lenisa, V.Biancalana, E.Mariotti, L.Moi:
"White" light laser cooling of high energy ion beams"; Proceedings SPIE, 3485 (1998) 163

62. S.Rachini, C.Fratini, S.Atutov, E.Mariotti, V.Biancalana, M.Meucci, P.Bicchi, C.Marinelli, A.Shalagin, L.Moi:
Light induced atomic desorption from silane coated surfaces"; Proceedings SPIE, 3485 (1998).

63. S.N.Atutov, V. Biancalana, S.Brandt, R.Calabrese, P.Lenisa, E.Mariotti, L.Moi, K.Nasyrov, A.M.Shalagin, R.Wynands. Observation of Sodium Molecular Formation Induced by Resonant Laser Atomic Excitation and Three-Body Collisions; Optics Communications 168, (1999), 355.

64. S.N. Atutov, V. Biancalana, R. Calabrese, V. Guidi, P. Lenisa, B. Mai, E. Mariotti, L. Moi and L. Tomassetti Development of a broadband laser in the UV region Hyperfine Interactions 127 pag.503-506 (2000)

65. C. Marinelli, K.A. Nasyrov, S. Bocci, B. Pieragnoli, A. Burchianti, V. Biancalana, E. Mariotti, S.N. Atutov, L. Moi. A new class of photo-induced phenomena in siloxane films. accepted for publication in EPJ D on 26/09/2000.

66. S.N. Atutov, W.Baldini, V.Biancalana, R.Calabrese, V.Guidi, P.Lenisa, B. Mai, E.Mariotti, L.Moi, L.Tomassetti; Achromatic optical device for generation of a broadband frequency spectrum with high frequency stability and sharp termination. accepted for publication in JOSA (2000).

67. S.N.Atutov, V.Biancalana, A.Burchianti, R.Calabrese, S.Gozzini, V.Guidi, P.Lenisa, C.Marinelli, E.Mariotti, L.Moi, K.A.Nasyrov, S.Pod'yachev. Sodium MOT collection efficiency as a function of the trapping and repumping laser frequencies and intensities. accepted for publication in EPJ D (2000).

68. S.N. Atutov, V. Biancalana, A. Burchianti, R. Calabrese, L. Corradi, A. Dainelli, V. Guidi, B. Mai, C. Marinelli, E. Mariotti, L. Moi, E. Scansani, G. Stancari, L. Tomassetti, S. Veronesi, Cooling and trapping of radioactive atoms: the Legnaro francium MOT, JOSA B 20, 953-959 (2003)

69. S.N. Atutov, V. Biancalana, A. Burchianti, R. Calabrese, L. Corradi, A. Dainelli, V. Guidi, B. Mai, C. Marinelli, E. Mariotti, L. Moi, E. Scansani, G. Stancari, L. Tomassetti, S. Veronesi, Cooling and trapping of radioactive atoms: the Legnaro francium Magneto-optical trapping, Physica Scripta Vol. T105, 15-18, 2003

70. S. N. Atutov, R. Calabrese, V. Guidi, B. Mai, A. G. Rudavets, E. Scansani, L. Tomassetti, V. Biancalana, A. Burchianti, C. Marinelli, E. Mariotti, L. Moi, and S. Veronesi.
Fast and efficient loading of a Rb magneto-optical trap using light-induced atomic desorption.
Phys. Rew. A. 67, p. 5, 2003

71. S.N. Atutov, V. Biancalana, A. Burchianti, R. Calabrese, L. Corradi, A. Dainelli, V. Guidi, A. Khanbekyan, B. Mai, C. Marinelli, E. Mariotti, L. Moi, S. Sanguiunetti, G. Stancari, L. Tomassetti, S. Veronesi, Production and trapping of francium atoms, to be published in Nuclear Physics A

72. S.N. Atutov, V. Biancalana, A. Burchianti, R. Calabrese, L. Corradi, A. Dainelli, V. Guidi, B. Mai, C. Marinelli, E. Mariotti, L. Moi, E. Scansani, G. Stancari, L. Tomassetti, S. Veronesi, The Legnaro Francium Magneto-Optical Trap, Hyperfine Interactions, 146 (1): 83-89; Jan 2003

73. Atutov S. Optical spectrometer for measuring the relative density of the atomic hydrogen and molecular hydrogen in the ABS source // The 16th International Spin Physics Symposium, spin 2004 (Trieste, Italy, October 10-16, 2004). Triest issue of The Abdus Salam international Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), 2004. Abstracts. P 8

74. G. Stancari et al., "Francium sources at LNL: design and performance," Proceedings of the
11th International Conference on Ions Sources (ICIS05), Rev. Sci. Instrum.

75. S. N. Atutov et al., "Laser Cooling and Trapping of Francium," Laser Phys. 15, 1080-1086 (2005)

76. L. Corradi et al., "Excitation functions for 208-211 Fr produced in the 18-O + 197-Au fusion
reaction", Phys. Rev. C 71, 014609 (2005)

77. G. Stancari et al., "Production of radioactive beams of francium."
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A, Volume 557, Issue 2, p. 390-396.

78. G. Stancari et al., "Francium sources at Laboratori Nazionali di Legnaro: Design and performance"
Review of Scientific Instruments, Volume 77, Issue 3, pp. 03A701-03A701-3 (2006).

79. G. Stancari et al., "Francium sources and traps for fundamental interaction studies"
The European Physical Journal Special Topics, Volume 150, November 2007, pp.389-392

80. Atutov et al., "Experimental study of vapor-cell magneto-optical traps for efficient trapping of radioactive atoms"
The European Physical Journal D, Volume 53, Issue 1, 2009, pp.89-96

81. Atutov, S. N.; Plekhanov, A. I.; Shalagin, A. M.; et al. Explosive evaporation of Rb or K fractal clusters by low power CW radiation in the presence of excited atoms
EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL D Volume: 66 Issue: 5 Article Number: 140 Published: MAY 2012

82. Atutov, S. N.; Danilina, N. A.; Mikerin, S. L.; et al. Pulsed light desorption of molecular nitrogen from a glass surface
OPTICS COMMUNICATIONS Volume: 315 Pages: 362-366 Published: MAR 15 2014

83. Atutov, Sergey; Calabrese, Roberto; Plekhanov, Alexander; et al. Diffusion and photodesorption of molecular gases in a polymer organic film
EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL D Volume: 68 Issue: 1 Article Number: 6 Published: JAN 22 2014