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Russian Academy of Sciences, within the framework of the state contract with the publisher, annually provides RAS journals with the opportunity to publish a certain number of articles in the Open Access format without any payment from the authors. The decision on OA publications is made by the Russian Academy of Sciences, taking into account the recommendations of the Editorial Boards of journals. The Editorial Board of the Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics, according to the editorial policy of the journal, includes in the list of articles recommended for OA publication the articles by members of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Academicians, Corresponding members, Foreign members and Professors of the Russian Academy of Sciences), thematic reviews and original articles based on the results of research carried out by international collaborations, as well as articles by authors previously awarded the “Editor’s Choice” status.

List of open access articles:

202286121542–1548Yu. V. Balabin, B. B. Gvozdevsky, A. V. Germanenko, E. A. Maurchev & E. A. Michalko GLE73 Event (October 28, 2021) in Solar Cosmic Rays
202286111355–1360V. A. Khalyapin & A. N. BugayAnalytical Description of the Dynamics of Planar Pulses Propagating in the Mode of Tunnel Ionization
202286101207-1218Yu. I. Golovin, A. A. Gusev & S. M. MatveevFrom Nano- to Macromechanical Properties of Wood via the Hierarchy of Its Structural Units and Size Effects (A Review)
20228691023-1025E. H. Lokk, S. V. Gerus, A. Yu. Annenkov & A. V. LugovskoiUndistorted Transmission of a Useful Signal by Surface Spin Waves in a Metal–Ferrite–Dielectric–Metal Structure
2022868948-955V. I. Zherebchevsky, N. A. Maltsev, D. G. Nesterov, S. N. Belokurova, V. V. Vechernin, S. N. Igolkin, V. P. Kondratiev, T. V. Lazareva, N. A. Prokofiev, A. R. Rakhmatullina & G. A. Feofilov New Technologies for the Vertex Detectors in the NICA Collider Experiments
200973101386-1390V. N. Gurin, Yu. Grin’, U. Burkkhardt & M. V. Konovalov The physicochemical features of binary immiscible metal systems in a new method of synthesis and crystallization
2009735564-567A. D. Panov, J. H. Adams Jr., H. S. Ahn, G. L. Bashinzhagyan, J. W. Watts, J. P. Wefel, J. Wu, O. Ganel, T. G. Guzik, V. I. Zatsepin, I. Isbert, K. C. Kim, M. Christl, E. N. Kouznetsov, M. I. Panasyuk, E. S. Seo, N. V. Sokolskaya, J. Chang, W. K. H. Schmidt & A. R. Fazely Energy spectra of abundant nuclei of primary cosmic rays from the data of ATIC-2 experiment: Final results
2009733291-293Y. Y. Kartavykh, W. Dröge, B. Klecker, G. M. Mason, E. Möbius, M. Popecki & S. Krucker Diagnostics of interplanetary and flaring plasmas in impulsive solar energetic particle events
20087281129-1131E. M. Kaidashev, M. Lorenz, J. Lenzner, A. Ramm, T. Nobis, M. Grundmann, N. Zakharov, A. T. Kozakov, S. I. Shevtsova, K. G. Abdulvakhidov & V. E. Kaidashev Structure and optical properties of ZnO nanowires fabricated by pulsed laser deposition on GaN/Si(111) films with the use of Au and NiO catalysts