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NRo AP7006472 SOURCE CODE: UR/0415/66/ooo/00 AUTHOR: Andriyevich, V. V.; Mogilevskaya, S. Ye.; Nakhrov, S. T.; Starkov, 0. P. ORG: Eastern Scientific Research Mining Institute (VostRIGRI), Novokuznetsk (VoBto- chnyy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy gornorudnyy institut (VostNIGRIJ) TITLE: On the relationship between the velocity of a-longitudinal ultrasonic vave and the strength of rock an4 ore in the Sheregesh deposA (Gornaya. Shoriya) SOURCE: Fiziko-tekhnicheekiye problemy rearaboW polssnykh iekoV&yeoWkh6 not 41 1966, 100-102 TOPIC TAGS: ultrasonic wave propagation, compressive strength, mining engineering 6TRACT: The article is a report on istudies being conducted in the Geological boratory of the Eastern Scientific Research Mining Institute to establish Ppe rela- onship between the velocity of longitudinal ultrasonic waves and the compy6asive rength of rock and ore. Limestone and porphyrite specimenejr?p the Sheregesh de-. ,sit with a fairly constant mineralogical composition and consiptent structural char- teristics were studied together with skarne and ores. An IPA-59 seismoscope was ed for determining the velocity of an ultrasonic wave in cylindrical specimens 100- 0 = long and 32-56 un in diameter. Rochelle salt piezoelectric pickups with a tural oscillation frequency of 250 kc were used as emitter and receivers of ultra- Card 1/2 WC: 552.1:53(571-17) ACC NR# AP7oo6472 sonic pulses. The specimens were then cut into cylinders with a height equal to the diameter and tested for uniaxial compression. The results shov an increase in com- pressive strength vith the velocity, of the ultrasonic vave. The empirical formula relating ultrasonic velocity to strength for porphyrite is "1.16a - +3T60. The comp corresponding fomula for scarns vith garnet predominant is "3.130 +460. Orig. CCMP art. has: 2 figures, 1. table. fj. SUB CODE: 110 200 SUM. DATE 208ap65/ MIO REF 1 002 -j -:A1 .4 1 .4 r (P Card 2/2 7X% GIRENKO, P.. Garoy Sots ialist ichaskogo Truda-, jUU)RMVSKATA, A.; TOLSTOV. A. i1 construction sites. Stroitell no.11, On Nishniv Tap 2-13 N 159. (MIRk 13:3) 1. Upravlyayusbchiy treston Tagilstroy (for Gironlto). 2. Spetalallwye korrespondenty zhurnala "Stroitall" (for Andriyovslmy,a, Tolatov). (Iiizbniy Tagil-Construction industry) MOITASTYRSKIT, M.; AITDRIYEVSKATA, A. Work practices of the Dazeiroi Trust, Stroitoll no.6:3-9 Jo 160- 1. Upravlyayushchiy trestom Bazetroy (for Monastyrekiy). 2. Spetsial, - nyy korrespondent zhurnala "Stroitelf" (for Andriyevokaya). (Ural Mountain region-Apartment houses) N. ; ANDRIUMAYA. A. - TOLSTOV, Stroitell no.8:3-14 (KIRA 13:8) 1. Nachallnik Glavkiyevatroya (for Lysenko). 2. S~mtaiallnyye korrespondenij-~Ouiwaa "Stroitellu.-(for Andriyevskaya, Tolstov)e a. ~ (Kiev-constraction irAustry) ISAYZV, V*;_Ajq~R~TSIIAYA. A. Technical progress guarantees success. Stroitell no-11:3-4 N 160. (MIRA 13:11) 1. Nachallnik Glavleningradstroya (for Isayev)o 2. Spetsialiny7 korrespondent zhurnala "Stroital'O.,%(for Andriyevskaya). (laningrad--Constractio,,p,industry) HILOSLAVSKIY, S.; YWER, A.; AHMIYZVSMA, A. Objectives of the save,a-year plan are being fulfilled ahead of time. Stroit9l' no.10:3-8 0 160. (141" 13:9) 1. Glavnvy inzhener upravlonlya stroitelletva Dnepropstrovskogo sovuarkhoza (for Kiloslavskiy). 2. Ulav*y tekhnolog upravleniya Dnepropetrovskogo novaarkhoza (for I'leyer). 3. Spetzial,'W korrespondent zhurnala, "Stroitellu (for Andriyevskaya). (Dnepropetrovsk Province-Metallurg*ical furnaces) GORTUNOV, A.T.; ANDRIYEVSXATAI, A.Y.; ZHUKOVSKAYA, H.K.; SMIRNOV, B.K.,;'PXV=I"X.'SO--; We"red.W-va; OSENKO, L.M., [Unifom time and pay standards for construction, assembly, and repait'operations In 19603 Xdinya normy I rastsenki n& stroi- talinys, montazhnys I remontno-stroitellnye raboty, 1960 g. Koskva, Gos.izd-vo lit-ry po stroit.. arkhit. I stroit.materialam. Sbornik 20- Econstruotion and repair work) Remontno-stroitellnye raboty. No.2. [Road constructionj Dorozhnye raboty. 1960. 71 p. (MIRA 13:6) 1. Russia (1923- U.S.S.R0 Gosudaratvennyy komitat po delam strol- tel'stva. 2. TSentrallnava norutivno-iseledovatellakeya stantsiya (TaNIS) Ministaretva avtomobillnogo transports i shossaynykh dorog RSM (for Andriyevskaya, Zhakovskeya). (wages) (Road construction) n ~1-11 ~11 I VI ~- 2 ~~ T, fA~ 4 "1-1 - , , 1-1- 1. POLOZHIY, A. V. - ANDRIYEVSKAYA, A. I. 2. USSR (6oo) 4. Weeds - Asino District 7. Weeds of Asino District (Tomsk Province ) and measures for controling them. Trudy Tomsk.un. 1951 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, March 1953, Unclassified. D L '5/ATWt/ES (dp)/93D(t RM_ *40. ACCESSION IIR,. AP4C44711 5/0062/64/000/006/1543/1545 AUTHORt Fisher, L. B.; Kotlyarevakiy, I. L.; And r TITLEt Mannich reviction with p-#_Lethynylbencenelderivattves soURCE: AN SSSR. lzvestiya. Seriya khimicheakaya, no. 8, 1964, 1543- 1545 ,TOPIC TAGS, Mannich reaction'* monohyditc acetylenic alcohol, second- ary amine, formaldehyde, polyethynylpolyarene. organic semiconduc- tor ;ABSTRACTI A study has shown. the feasibilLty of usinr, Mannich's method to condense mqno tydric aceiyl6ni't a-leRholal(l) with formaldehyde and amines This research is part of an investigation of the ,chemical propertlets of wonotmers -for-hIghly unsaturated polyethynyl- polynrtives 'the following alcohols were condensed with formaldehyde and a secondary anine (diethylauine or piperidive)i C - C G im CH (1) (1 jk) ft - R I(r_Ht)&; 0 b A - V (d)R - Ht 'C-dr Ad3 L 8573-64 ACCE9SION MRt AP4044711 ,The following condensation productag acetylenic amino alcoholat w er;.4 .obtainedi oil' no C C C r. C - ClIoN 1111) 111 CIIS; 111 11, r41 Is it III CI C141: C kyn Rv-, C, I I IIII.-. it' C111 fiv) n 11, 411 111 c= III t= V414 IVII In the presence of cuprous chloride the condensation proceeded 20 t o 130 times no fast as in its absence and the yield was higher, The acetylenic alcohols I also readily undergo the lotsich reaction, This uso exemplified by the condensation of Ic with cyclohexanone in the presence of ethymagnestum bromide to form VI11t (1oll * C411 C4 0-000- bit Orig. art. hast 3 formulass ~L (Vttt)# c.,~ 2 L 8573-65- ACCESSION NR: AP 404 4 7 ASSOCIATION1 Inatitut khtmicheakoy kinetiki I gorentya Sibirskogo: -11-ji.- lotdeleniya Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of Chemical Kinetics and Combustion$ Siberian Department# Academy of Sciences SSSR) SUBMITTEDs 2IJan64 ATD PRESSt 3096 ENCLI 00 SUB CODEt OC NO REP SOVi 004 OTHER: 001 Card 3/3 L 12453 EWT(m)/tPF(c)/EPR/EVIP(J)/T PC-4/Pr-4/Ps-4 RPL/ASI)(a)-5/Aft.'L/ t) WW/JVI/RM I --: -- 1-1,. ACCESSIO'N NRt AP4047399 S/0062/64/000/010/1854/1860 Andriyovskayao-Ee K!, 1AUTHORt I~otjyarevskiy,, 1, ka, Terpugova, Mo P,j ~~TITLEt Highly untiaturstod polymers* Communication 10. Polymers iwith azo -oups in the backbone ~.ISOURCEs AN SSSR. lavestlyao. Sertys khimichaskaya,.no. 10'.1964, ;11854-1860 jTOPIC TAGSt orSati.ic.sAmiconductor, semiconducting polymer,.Unsatu-;-- jra te'd polymer iABSTRACT: OxidatILve polycondensatiJ of a number of aromatic diamin'esi h a a -yielded highly -unsaturateJ polymers and copolymers having jalternating aso giroups in the backbone. The following diamines were ;useds p-phenylenodiamineg-bantidinet m-phenylonediamine, or chryso- i ;. idine alone; or m-- and p-phonylenediamine; or benzediamine and m- or p- ~phanylenediamine; or chrysoidine and p-phenylenediamine or benzidine .FMO 11 The polycondensation was carried out in the Ito form the c2pol., res 1presence of pyrid:Fn-eand CuCl. The polymers and copolymers were of Card 1/3 L 1245.3-6ti CCESSION NR: AP-4047399 proiperties. are otherwise -similar. to~-tko-ss of I*, The properties ou Ithe-copolymers are in termed is te-.-.b-e- tween. -,those of, the polymers. - All- ~:polymers and copolymerep-except the bentidine polymer and the benzL- Aine-p-phenylenediamine copolymer, show catalytic activity and all give an EPR signal. Orig. art. hast 12 formulas and I tables ASSOCIATIONt Institut khtmicheskoy kinetiki L goreniya Sibirskogo otdaleniya Akademii nauk SSSR-(Instituta of Chemical Kinetics and Ac CombustLon, S4_k~K:.Lqn Draughfi #Uemy oT- UBHITTEDj 05Jant$3 ENCW 00 ~s SUB ODE: GCj OC !NO REP SM 002 OTHER: 003 ATD PRESS: 3127 _.3/3 L 62709-65 EN(C)/FPA(s)-2/-V,?A(h)/P.IP(J)/EUP(k)/O.,r(d)/E-ir(l)/Prjf =)/Eip(h)/r/ DIPM7 (d)IFWP(W EIIP(v) 'Po-h/Pf-4/Pr-4/Pa-4/Pt-7/Peb ACCESSION M AMY9030 UR/02&/?5/610P012/oo65jqp66 666.189 22.002.5 /D+ 6avrilov, 1. K - Yilippov. D. A.~.Strukov, V. /go AUTHOR- --- ~ I I M.. ;,. BI &to V. 6- Shalimov, a~). A. M.- el V V. V 1 Frol 4Y., R -. A A. K?~UtHs, R. Z 1-ft Vskiy.TK11B -f'Y, $-j- If W. $,S- ITITLE:-Winding machine. Class 32, No. 1720091j' )SOURCE% 8yulleten' Go rateniy I tovarnykh tnakov, no. 12, 1965. 65-66 TOPIC TAGS: glass reinforced plastic, plastic filament, fiber Blass, filament winding, winding machine, filament wound article I ABSTRAM This Aut~q QArt'ificlte lntro4uces a Vchine for fabrication of IdYee by ilament winding The machine includes a drig"'Plelts- reinforc;LM;P r a reducior and a mandrel mounted on a rotating shaft. To fabricate spherical shape Ithe macbine is equipped with profiled guides transmitting to the mandrel a tilting motion around the vertical axis simultaneously with a rotation around the axis' (see 1g. 1 of the Enclosure). Orig. art. hasi I figure. [ND) 62709-65 ACCESSION MR: AP5019030 4- ASSOCIATION: Organizatelys, gosudaretvennogokomiteta po aviatsionnoy tekhnike SSSR (Organization of the State Comaittee on Aviation Enginsering4SSOR) SUBMITTED i 199w6h KNCLt 01 SVB COD91 Wilt NO HIr SOVI 000 OTHERt 000 ATD PRESSI 40(A C-4 --R/3 ANMIYEVSKAYA. L.D.,: HIMNIKOV. B.H. .....WWWOMMEWWWAMM011 Role of deep-sea organisms In the nutrition of OncarhywkusDokl.AS SSSR 109 no.21387-388 J1 056. (KMA 9: 10) 1. Kanchatskyoe otdolenive Vaesoyusnogo tikhookennakogo nauchno-is- sladoyntallskogo instituta rybnogo khozyaystva I okennografti. Pred- stavlano akademikom Ys,N. Pavlovskine (salmon) AMIMCVSUTA, L.L. Observations of Burnham's comet ( 1958 a ) at the lingellgardt Observatory. Astron.tair. no.193:3-4 Jy '5B. (HIPA 32:1) 1. Astronomicheekaya observatoriya im. V.P.Ilngellgardta. (Comets--1958) .P. V 3 T_\ F1 T-7 iR NIX ly I- J~ - T,_. PHASE 1 BOOK EXPLOITATION 3 -'jV/5 57 5 Akademiya nauk SSSR. ADtronomichenkly iovet. Byulleten' ctantniy optichezlcogo nablyudeniya ir!'-u3z-,Lvennykh aputnikov Zemli, no. 6. (Bulletin of the Station---, for Cptical Observation of Artificial Earth Satellitea. 11o. 6) mozeow, 1959. 23 P. 500 cople3 printed. Sponuoring AConey: Astroncrilch03kiy novat Akadenii nwak SSSR. Resp. Ed.: Ye. Z. Gindin; Secretary: 0. A. Severnaya. ?"MOSE : This bulletin is intended for zcientiat2 anl erglneOr3 concerned with optical tracking of artificial PatellitcZ. COVERAGE : The bulletin containn- 9 articlea whinh the renulti of aatellite obrervationa, and dencribe m~-rhod:~ anI .;pacific equipment used for photographic ob3arvation of e,-,rth natellites. An appendix contains a listing cf 84 Soviet satel- lite obeervation stationa with station number. No rer!,ona'II',Ie4 Card 1/0- Bulletin of the ~tatlcna 'Cont. 7 Ir, c; 7 r, are trentiQncd. Thero are no roferenci~i. TABLE OF CONTENT"- Dinova, 0. V.. T. Y--~;. Sy-.ihzhc,1ko, B. A. F!rag,-,, rtn~ D. Shcherolov tc-Itimaya INa'-kc,,,nk3%,a) vatoriya All =R - Main ~Pulkcvo) 01,--,r~rdtory cf !h, Acadcny of Sclcncec of the V.33R). 0b:-,-rvatirr,,j tli- Sr~^crl ArtIfIcial Earth SatC21itO (19 7 P) at No. 039 (Gbc,c-;va*,;!cnnz D. A. FIrage, D. D. "I. N. M. Bronnikova. Yeazurpment,-, ard Y7. r-. V. Panova, D. Ye. Shtlicgol-3v, B. A. Firago, arl leva) L:ingauer G 0. [ Main (-Pulkovo) A,-..rencmIc, W'c-ad7cmy off Sciences of the I;SSRj. On Methodn for Prcci:ia graphic Determin&-tions of the Positions of Artlfi,:~Ial F,3rl-h Zwel-- litea Card 216 Dulletin of the Stationa (cont.) 7 5 cation of the NAFA-3n/25 Photographic Cxr-~-:ra at Pu"krvo Flva~o, B. A. ( Main (Ilulltcvo) Artvancrall. aticul Errora In the 11ttv-4!-n3s of Hundr~~,i--t3 c.f Pri-ni,- ing Chronopraphi (21-11 Von. 001, Oil, 04.5 - 1954-- !L3, 1"-, i99 1957; 235 - 19,18) Romero, G. [Santlago ALtronomic Obazviatonr :If Vn-.~ of Chile). On thu, Illumination of an Pcmilto of Photcgraphic Obsorva,lon3 of Artificial Earth li:tcu Andari, toy--3)kLy,- L. a. Urasin, L. A !L. L. - - c,.nsrva.;cr.,ya Engcll- Uz, rv b. Kalikhevich, P. P., and T. Ya. Ivakina otdeleniye GAO All SSSR - Nikolayevzk Dcpartm~i~nt of the Main Astronomical Observatory of the Academy of Saienaos Card 4/6 16(l) AUTHOR: Andriyevskaya, M.G. SOV/21-59-5-2/25 TITLE: A Common Perpendicul~Lr of Two Intersecting Lines in a Space of Lobachevskiy PERIODICAL: Dopovidi Akademii nauk Ukrainslkoi RSR, 1959, Nr 5, pp 465-467 (USSR) ABSTRACT% Using Beltramils interpretation, the author proves that two real intersecting lines "111 and I'll lilt of a Lobachevskiy space have two common perpendiculars, a real and an ideal. In the text, the author makes reference to a sketch, but no sketch is given and, therefore, the mode of calculations lacks the proper clarity. There are 3 Soviet referencea. ASSOCIATION: Kiyevskiy politekhnicheskiy institut (Kiyev Polytechnical Institute) PRESENTEDt By B.V. Gnedenko, Member of the AS UkrSSR SUBMITTEDs December 30, 1958 Card 1/1 ANMIYXVSUTA, M.G. [Andriievelks, M.G.] A geometrical locus of points in a hyperbolic planes Dope AN ULM no.3:285-288 160. (MIRL 13:7) 1. Kiyevskiy politekhnichaski7 institute Predstavleno akademikom AN USSR B.V.Guedenko [B.T.Ilniedenko]e (Locus(Ratheiatice)) - - -,- . , - , - . '-.- li~ ~-- '-' 5 ~ - , m , - 7 ~i'. '." - ,4 ;. ~r- ANDRIYBVSKAYA, H.G. [Andriievellm, M.H.] Glassificatioij of curves of the second order in a Lobachevokil surface on the basis of the theory of elementary divisors. Dop.AN URSR no.9:3-158-3-161 160. (MIRA 13:10) 1. Kiyevskiy po3.itekhnicheakiy institut. Predstavleno akademikom AN USSR B.V.Guedenko. (Curves, Plane) ,AWIYEVSKAYAP Mariya Grigorlyevm; BALYASNAYAY A.Ye.V red.; ---l -XH6KHANOVSKAYA T. j'te P "I ' khn. red. [Analytic geometry in Lobachevskii space] Analiticheskaia geometriia v prostranstye Lobacbevskogo. Kiev, Izd-vo Kievskogo univ. 1963. 111 P. (MIRA 16:8) (Geometry, Analytic) ANDRIYEVSKkYli, N.Yu., kand.biol.nauk The goat moth Cossue coesus L. Priroda 49 no-5:43 Vq 160. (MIRA 13:5) 1. Odesekiy goulidarstvenr#7 universitet im. I.I.Mochnikava. Orrult treeii-Diseseea and peate) FOKINj Ye.P.j ANDIIIY,EVS.KAYA, 0.1.; RUSSKIKH, V.V. I-Diethyl- and 1-dibutylaminoanthraquinones and thermal dealkylation of 1-diethylaminoanthraquinone. Izv. Sib. otd. AN SSSR no.7:103-106 162. OURA 17:8) L'Institut organioheskoy khimii Sibirskogo otdoleniya AN SSSR, Novosibirsk. OZHEGOVA, V.Ye.,- SDIELINIKOVA, A.A.; ANDRIYEVSKAYA, S.A. I M*,teri&ls on the taima of ihe bodies of water in the Inundated area of Kayrakum Reaervoir. Trud-y Inst. zool. i param. AN Tadzh. SSR no.26*-17 t-63 (MIRA 1793) 1. Institut zoologii i parazitologii imeni akademika Ye.N. Pavlovskogo AN Tadzhikskoy SSR. FRIM". GA,; AKDRj7jrWUTA, T.X., inshener. Centrifugal and whirling purifiers; letter to the editors. Dum. Prom- 30 no.11:25 N 155. (KLRA 9: 2) 1,Glarnyy inshener Sollkemskogo toolWozno-bonashnogo kombi- nata (f or Fridman) (3611kamak-Poper m&Ing machinery) ' ' ox-Ij " I Z' v 11. , I "Thermal Congress on the Forest Research n of polysaccurides," u paper and Physics of I!iE;h Polymers, Ju4 VJW A6: NRs 14 e9Lm SOVR'CiOCO;Vl"UR/0062/66/000/004/0713/0720 Andriyevska a. K AUTHORs Tereugova H. P.; KotlyarevskiZ# I, L,~ K ORGs Institute of 'Chemical Kinetics and Combustion,-Siberian Depart- ment of the Academy of Sciences SSSR (Institut k-himicheskoy kinatiki i.. gore;171 Irskogo ot3elenlya Akademli nauk SSSR) .TITLEi Highly unsaturated polymers# -Communication 15, Synthesis and some physical properties of po yazopoliareneog SOURCEi AN SSSR, Izvestiya. Seriya khimicheskayap no. 41, 1966r 713-720 TOPIC TAGS: organic, semiconductor, semiconducting polymem~ polyaxo- polyarone, oxidative polycondeneationg electric property ABSTRACTs Now homo- polyazo*olyarenes have been pro- pared and their phystical and electrical properties investigated* This work was part of a systematic study of-the effect of the structure of highly unsaturated polymers on.their propertiess, The polymers had the general formula, R2N-Ar -V(-N-Ar1-H-H-Ar-N)n-N-Ar* -NH20 Card 1 2 -3 where Ar and Art may be identical or different. The hono- and co- polymers (listed In the ~source) were prepared by oxidative polycctndap4 ..,kaott.op,of aromatic d1suines In pyridine solution In the presence-011 f_XuCl. The diamines used were o-tolidineg. bIs(p-&minophenYl)methane2 and 4,41-diantnostilbene. in addlitono-phanylonediamine was used, which..'. an should not for* straight-chain polymers d (p-aminophenyl)aCetylenGj4,, ind b grou 'a -in .which should~form p*lymars containing both ago u a y p the backbone. Butadlyne groups should for cr - links on- heating,.. duc tivit ; ho:: thereby improving electrical con ye T a dfamines and no were homopolymerized and a a (p-aminophanyl)ace yLeti copolym'rix d shth each other and,wLth p-phanylonediamineg benzidins, and chrysoidineo The polymer structu:res were confirmed by elemental analysis and IR spectroecopyp and EPR signals Elemental analysis and IR- spectra revealed pairtial oxidation to form ~UN-O bonds, Branched homo- and co-volymer6yera fusible and more qolu~le ~n chloroform, tetrahydrofuran, acetone,-.and dioxane than the infusible [straight- --tiamperature'conductivity of all the polymers -chain) polyme rs,.. Tho-rd~t 13 -was low' 10- to 10- 4r- -,,W-.rose: rapidly with: tomperaturs-9- t C. r a a f h I ~o Po. yners a t. 20 ;C40-io 'of the'": P4 17,44'r 4kh'ib ,,4- IhI_ - -actl4ati6in an's",igy~_-. foi', jh ii 1,-,, f inure A ductioti 2'- a _evi:;!~,- X S 9 js ~A/ ;4' av W;: k260..% EWT(d)/EwT(m)/Ewp(w)/Ewp(v)Avip(j)/T/EWP(k)/EVIA(h)/ETC(m) EM/IqW/RM L 1: ACC NRs AP502847% SOURCE CODE: UR/0286/65/000/020/0056)005.7 yq, ~ ~ ).,5-5" qqi~- INVENT R: qa rt ov. I. , r E- - S t ru~ylv 0 0 K.; Fil ppov, D15.A. V. M.* Blatov, . S.; & mov A. S ; VUI. qe1vot i V Froll Kbg.tlil. R. Z.ell- Dobrovol'skiy, A. K. -AndriyevskayaW.M~-, ZeLlenekiy. E. S.; Kuperman A. H.* 1q) 5 5- ORG: none TITLE: Hethod of fabricating fiberglas ~`ahells. Class 32, No. 175624 SOURCE., Byulletent izobreteniy.i tovarnykh znakov, no. 20, 1063, 56-57 TOPIC TAGS: shell, cylindrical shell, fiberglass shell, shell fabrication, fiber- glass winding, solid'fuel rocket, rocket case 't. ABSTRACT: rais Author Certificate introduces a method of fabricating shell$ from fiberglass wound on a pattern which in then melted out or dissolved. To increase the strength of the shell, the winding in combined with the stretching of fiber by me ans of a fiber guide which rotates around the pattern. SUB CODE: 11, SUBM DAM 02ju164/ ATD P.RZSSa ard GOLOVA, O.P.; ANDRITIVSKATA. Te.A.; PAKHOMOV, A.M.; MERLIS, N.M. %"M - -- Transformations or ceiluloes at high temperatures. Report Vo-3: On formation of levoglucosan from glucose. Izv.AN SSSR.Otd. khim.nauk no,3:389-391 Hr 157. (YJ.RA 10-.5) l.Institut organicheskoy khimii im. N.D. Zelinskogo Akademii nauk SSSR. (Cellulooe) (Levoglucosan) AUTHORS: Golova, O.P. Pakhomovt A.M. Andriyevakaya , le.A. 62-12-16/20 TITLEs The TransforTnation of Cellulose Nt Inoreased Teiqiemtures (Prevrasheheniya tsellyulozzr rri povyahenilykh temperaturakh) Inforuation Nr 6. The Influence Ibcoroised by the Addition of Levo- ucosan in the Thurn&l Decomposition of Cellulcae iii the Vacuum Soobshoheniye 6. Vliyqniye dobavld gl~rLkozy na ubrazzovaniye levogl,yukozana pri tormoraspaae tsellyulo.-y v val-umme). MIODICAL: Izvestiya All SSSR Melemke Khiniioheakik-h. Nauk, 1957, Nr 12, PP. 11+99-1500 (USSR) ABSTRtiCT: Previously carried out Investigations led to interesting observations concerning the influence exercised on the yield of levogluoosan, the physical structure of cellulose, and the length. of the chain of their macromiclecules r2-. These investigations gave the authors the iCea of the specifioall.~ negative influence exercised by glucosan upon the process of the formtion of levoglucosar.. In ordcr to check thIs assumption, the influence exercised by the addition of" - and 3 - glucose on the process of fonmtion of levoglucosen. yms investigated. The presence of glucose in the therral decay of cellulose decrea2gs Card 1/2 the yield of lcvoalucosan to 30,", compared to the yield L-om oallu- The Transformation of Cellulose at Increased Temperabares. 62-12-18/20 Information lir 6. The Influence Exercised by the Addition of Levoglucosan in the Thermal Decomposition of Cellulose in the Vacuwn lose of' 55-6Wj at the iame conditions. There are -1 figure and 2 Slavic references. ASSOCIATICN: Institute for Organic Chemistry JV USSR imeni N.D.Zelinskiy and Institute forWooa Products All USSR (Instibit, organicheskoy khimii im. N.D.Zelinskogo Akadeniii nauk SSSR i I.-ist-it-at lesa Ak&aemii nauk- SSSR). SUBMITTED: July 5, 1957 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 2,12 1. Cellulose-Transformations GOTOVA, O.P.; PAKHOMV,,-,k.M.; ANDRIMSKAYA, Ye.A. New data on the relation between the structure of polysaccharides (cellulose) and the trend of chemical reactions taking place in a thermal dissociation of these compounds. Dokl. AN SSSR 112 no-3: 430-432 Ja-'57. (MM 10:4) 1. Institut organicheskoy kbinii im. N.D. Zelinskogo Akademii nauk SSSR. Predstavleno akademikom V.A. Karginym. (Polysaccharides) (Cellulose) _Q: 17 F/V111, V --o-6-19/48 AUTHORS: Golom, 0. F., FakhmaT, A. M., Andriyevskaya, Ye. A., Krylova, R.G. TZW: On the Mechanism of the Mer=2 Decouposit-lon of Cellulose in a Vacuum and on the Formation of l,6-Ahhydm-l..5-G1ucopyranoze.. a Levoglucosen (0 mkhaai=e termicheskogo, rwpada taellyalozy V vakm= j 6braZ6vakill 1,6-angidro-1,5-91YADPiranozY - levoglyukozana) PERIODICAL: 'Dcklady AN WSR,, 1957j, Vol- U5., Nr 6., pp. 11?2-1125 (USSR). ABSTRACT: Hitherto there did not exist an uneqdvocal explanation for the for- mation melmii= of the substances last-mentioned in the title in thermal. cellulose deemopositiono in a vacuum. It is true that this substance has an elementary ccMosition of a structural-unit-member of cellulose, but it has a different hydroxyl position (at C4 instead of C6) and possesses 2 oxygen bridges instead of one 1 - 5, A for- mation mechanism of levoglucosan vas suggested by Irvine and Oldhm, n=ely thr=gh an intermediate stage of the cellulose hydrolysis as far as glucose and then a dehydration of the latter. Karrer confirmed this hypothesi3 by h~p levqaucoaan y1elds from 13 - d-glucose. Mle above-mentioned, reaction represents a special cane of the thermal do- polymerization of polysaccharides as fear as the monomer. The authors thought, it necessary to perform such inverstigati(mo vhich ara ffditable Card 1/3 to furnish d&ta for tke solution of pr".cipsl pi-ablems. Such principal On the Mechanism of the. Thermal Decomposition of Cellulose in a 20-6-191W. Vacuum and on the Formation of 1.6-Anhydro-ls5-Glucopyranoses a Levoglucosan. the decomposition of the cellulose molecule on the 1,4-p-glucose bondsj, as well as a subsequent isomerization of the resulting chain fragment into a levoglucosan molecule. The chief conclusloacan be extended to the thermal decomposition of other polysaccharides, and probably also to other types of polymers. There are I figures 2 tables and I Slavic reference. ASSOCIATION; Institute for Organic Chemistry AN USSR imeni N. D, Zelinskiy and Forestry Institute AN USSR (Institut organicheskoy khimii imeni N. D. Zelinakogo Akademii nauk - Institut lesa Akademii nauk SSSR.). PRESENTED: Byl. N. Nazarov., Academician June T., 195T AVAILABLE- Library of Congress Card 3/3 GOLOVA, O.P.1 HXUT, U.S.; AUL)RIYEVSKAYA., Ye.A. Oxidation mechanism of cellulose and of its approximate models by atmospheric oxygen. Vysokom. soed. 2 no. 3:337-340 Hr 160. (MMA 13:11) 1. Institut lesa i drevesivy IN SSSR. (cellulose) (Oxidation) (Glucosides) MERLIS, N.M. ; ANDRIYEVSKAYA, Ye.A.; VOLODINA, Z.V.; GOLOVA, O.P. - Formation of ~-lp&anhydroglucofVanose in the thermal decompositions of q\ -D-glucose in,a.vacuum. Zhur.ab.khim. 34 no.1034-336 Ja 164. (MIRA 17:3) L 2498~-~, EWTW/EwP(j)/r RM. ACEWiOll HRa AP5022611 UR/0190/65/007/009/149A625 661.728+678.olt54 ;~4 V AUTHORSs Goloval 0. Nosova, N. 1.1 _�KaZa ~-Ya.~kaj- Volkovall G ci) TITLE: Mechanism of cellulose oxidation with atmospheric oxygen in an alkaline Imedium. New data on the relation between the physical structure of cellulose and- Ithe course of its degradationjon oxidation by atmosyherio oxygen In aff-MRM medim SOURCE: VysokomolekArarrWye soyedineniya,, v. 7y no. 9j, 1965., 1619-1625. TOPIC TAM cellulose) oxidation) oxidative degradation, slathetic fibers x ray, diffraction ABSZMT% The rate of oxidative decomposition of cellulose in an alkaline medium was studied as a function of its physical structure (the number of the regions of orderlyp compact structure and regions of disorderly structure). This work was performed as an amplification of the authors' earlier observations (Sb, Teellyuloza i yeye proizvodnyys. Isdo AN SSSR, 1963.,.atr. 3.10)-. These observational j indicated thv4p when the effect of carbonyl groups upon the axidative process is 1_Card 1/2 L 98-66 L ACCESSION NRs AP5022611 e cluded, the decomposition of 3-lulose (1) is'much more rapid x regenerated cc (20-30%) than that of the natural cellulose (11) (6%)* It was found by means of x-ray diffraction that the two celluloses, identical in their chemiial-4ructurq differ in their degree of order (the natural material having a considerab3,v more orderly structure). Hydrolysis of I with 2% solution of H01 at 100C for 70 minutes increased the degree of order and reduced the rate of oxidative decampo- sition to 8%. Decrease of -the orderliness in II by treating it with 12% solution of NaO11 at OC resulted, in weight. losses of 12-18% upon' oxidation. - It was estab.!-.`~, lished that the oxidative decomposition occurs with participation of hydroxyl igroups located in the disorderly region, and is accompanied ion of ,Vormat peroxides. The authors express their gratitude to Ve As K for his partici-- a K! pation in evaluation of the results obtained and. to V. I. Navborocw the specimens of high quality fiber. Orig. art* hast 2 tables and 2 figures. ASSOCIATION: Institut vysok6mole~ulyapykh soyedineni7s AN SOR (Institute of Higii Molecular Compounla,, AN SSSR)~410 SUBMTEN 260ct64 SD 00DEt OG., &C I NO REF SOV: WHERs WIS)VAP 0,P.; NOSOVAI, N.I.; ANIJRFYEVSKAYA, Ye..A.; VOLKOVA, Mechanism of cellulose oxidation by, atmospheric oxygen in alkaline inedium. New data on relation between the phyeical structure of cellulose and regularities of its degradation In the course of oxidation ty atmospheric oxygen in alkaline medium. Vyookom. soed. 7 no.9t1619-1625 S 165, (MIRA 18i10)) 1. Institut. vysoknmoleku1yarnykh soyedineniy AN S.SSR. Cjair IAbor Hygiene, Hospe TherapeutAc Clinic, Molotov Med. inst. u t% 2L ANDRIYEVSKIY, A*I.., HIKHAYLOVSKIY,V.N., and SHUMILOVSKIY.,N.N. uTemperature Measurements in the Soil and Drilled Wells" Nauch Zap. in-ta Mashinoved. i Avtomatiki An Ukr SSR, 3s 1954, 31-38 Attempt is made to find the location and temperature of the heat source if the temperature varies periodically. A special formula is derivad for com,- puting the amplitude and period of temperature variation,, the thermal conductivity and 6ther vL:!~.-;. a history of geothermalstudiesin heUSSII is briefly described. (RZHFiz, No 10, 19551 0 *a$ soomotoo's 10 0 u s, A ; .- . - fit mt, A-611. ~Osfoj YE Vs - 6 nit t 1 be IL A b 00 .00 a 4 M-*Xv Mift SKY. A. 1. KuLcmT=v. L A. Am tATMOV. 0. D. 270 t = 1943 71 6 - .- w UJJl .. 6. . pok 00 : muloplif saitteft of 2-25*MV ckcitow in " Ik go ilr4cisimmipled. ludrklorkalasticnatter- by ottaink ewmm b caumted. Via W&MIC sMtcft 0(fm cbvmo Lwmwx the J-width 0(the un cumv or nwki* xmicrins by a flictor (I Z-I)UL ISm Absts. 2370 (1942)1. AS ~ to 0 ce too tasavo 4st aftv Ot 411181oft FiAW *A -4.v All l 0 AT -3 0 1 If 0 A I , I g , * a 0 u I IIA 4, A 0 , , a, P ta 1 0 0 S 0 9 0 g 0 0 * 4 Poo 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 9 * 1 2, US~R/?'hysica Sendeonductors NOV "Certain Problems of the Kinetics of Oxidation Process in Copper and of the Growth of Cuprous j Oxide Crystals, " A. 1. Andriyevskiy and M. T. MIshchenko "Mur Tekh Fiz" Vol 22, No 1-1, PP 1713-1717 State that, despite the large volume of experi- Mantal. works on semiconductors, certain gaps exist in the knowledge of the structure of the cuprous; oxide layer, its composition, mechanism 236T9T. of crystal grovth, etc. Discuss temp variation during conversion of CuO to Cu2O, crystal growth, distribution of impurities in the layer, and xpectra of contact layer. ,4.1vv.1ro:1 d4flaction In ga" Ak-id. Vrstk. S-Y..Y.K. Si7a., it.-It it-ring of a Im tal, 11., d, r(folk, 1, im, 1h, me di-Trarti-d by the tovial al,Aoji oti-14111111h-l.' 11W The cliftractloti imttorm tif CIO aud 01 i?i air ,-vr, "IJI'mied iii Ibis Tbo ch-e(roji (Rigram, Mitch ~vre oloLtio,.1 shaivvil that the thittartinti %%:I, dw- fo ga~ mok. of CIO,0 111111 ni cd..0.010. Ro% tar Learli - Dissertation: "I_nvcqtJf-ntJon of the Structural. Charncteristics of the Iblyerp-Mr,11.4ne Layer wf~Copper- Oxide Cells and the DeveloTment of a New Metiod of Obf.aining Them." IShort sumary riven.) Dr Tech Scl, Inst of Auto-~.atics and Telenechonics, Acad Scl US:3R, Oct-Dee 1953. (Vestrik Akademli Nauk, Moscow, No 4, Anr 54) SO: S114 243, 19 Oct 1954 U S PC 16oolhe study of copmus &Ade electrodes b H W 114. 4. "d and I -7(19,53).-Tbe e%- dmL_m-.-s Audied-with a' werl. "mu" the, arn.'reinclinQ ~t ljiii~ent Rovtar t.W.IIJ 5617 On Iha XSd_&psJlivlty of Copper-Oxide EIMUII._ Is P'Pute wIrlIr Reduced Pressure jtt the Field of a gsll I Ch Frequ it -F on Induction Heater. A, 1'l:ZPd4SUkv and Wational Science Founitallon 7rantation, no. ___fSM"t UY ~Oflginal 1. VkWv Akadernii Nauk SSSR, Y. 9. 6 3:1 .). 8 3 Studws of proem of oxidation of Cu under reducod PTmure shwed that, dcndlng on prmsure, high-frequency gas dis- cbA)c has quite an appreciable effect on oxidation process. Crop v. ANDRIYEVSKIYI A.L. _7 "M 245-70953ARNSI.- translation Issued as ~R .d~ k kxafy Coon, I-0(19A).-Photc- sensid" layers as CujO ;;;~ obta-ned In a reversible way by, heatring*properIj cleaned copper disks In a quartz tube i# rMse within 8- sm. to the oxidation temp. by placing the tube in the beating,coll of hi It Irgiluency geperator (3 vles).* Afvp"ure '."ZIT.d to form a layer of Pup. them ~ Ily,yi-Ow-etrhien the pressure to 2r itun. Hg the layer could be red= sen. ~ Ve rab d lowering of the preame to 10-3 mm. 'M And oftul%equent cooling. preserved the photosensitive .ole layer. An alternative method of prepg. photocells ~couslsted In the oxidation of the Cu under atm. prthure In a field of bisb-frequency cuffenti followed by tooling In .'dbtd. water. The spectral cluiracterlstics. of some photo- cellsso obtained are given. Byscanning tbezurfaceof the cell with a pencil 61 monochromatic light It was shown that y of spectral characteristict could be obtained, a whole famIL co"esponding to surface regions of - X*qompn. Their -supap3sitl6n gave the Integral sensitivitlynot the phot 0.14 ev. Card 1/1 Category U R/Electricity -'semicondrictors G-3 Abs Jour Ref Mar - Fizika, No 2, 195T~ No 4194 Author Andriyevskiy, A.I., Shcheveley, M.I. Title --On the Capacitan of the Bar-ftex layer of cuprous Oxide Rectifiers. Orig Pub :DOkl- L'vovsk. politekhn. in-ta, 1955, 1, No 2, 27-29 Abstract :An investigation was made of the dependence of the capacitance C and the resistance R of the barrier of cuprous oxide rectifiers on the Oxidation temperature. For this purpose '. rectifiers were prepared at different temperatures. The values of C and R of the prepared rectifiers were measured with an a-c bridge at a negative bias of 0.5 volts on the rectifier. It turned out that at oxidation temperatures of 960 to 102600 R and C increase with the temperature. C has a maximum value at 10260 and diminishes in the interval frM 1062 to 10400. On the other hand., R begins to grow more steeply at 10260 than in the interval from 160 to 10260 a certain amount of Cuo always forms during the oxidation, and this substRnee is unstable at lb260. The purest layer of Cu2O is obtained at even higher temperatures. It is concluded that rectifiers should be manufactured at maximum temperatures and at maximum heating speeds. Card : 1/1 112-2-4274 TRANSLATION FROM: Referativnyy zhurnal, Elektrotekhnika, 1957, Nr 2, p. 247 (USSR) AUTHORS: Andriyevskiy, A. I., Shchevelev, M. I. TITLE: _ihe Problem of the Capacity-to-Impressed-Voltage Rela- tionshin of Copper Oxide Rectifiers (K voprosu zavisimosti Yemkosti mednozakisnykh vypryamiteley ot prilozhennogo napryazheniya) PERIODICAL: Dokl. Llvovsk. politekhn. in-ta, 1955, 1, Nr 2, PP. 34-37 ABSTRACT: The capacitX was measured of copper oxide rectifiers fabricated by the oven" method from MO brand copper at oxida- tion temperature 1,020* and annealing temperature 5500. The capacity of the rectifier at different bias voltages was deter- mined from given bridge measurements. The rectifier was a Schottky-Deychman single-mesh equivalent circuit. Capacity meam- urements at a frequency of 1,000 cps and with bias voltage ap- plied in the reverse direction are given. The measurements were made on three rectifiers 16 mm in diameter; oxidation time, 12 min., and annealing time 0, 4 and 12 min. As thp voltage in- Card 1/2 --------------------------- A Category : USSR/Solid State Physics - Fwse Transformation in Solid Bodies E-5 Abs Jour : Ref Zhur - Fizika, No 2, 1957 No 3862 Author : Andxjryskiyj. T. Tit _~.L, Mishchenko, M 1e ih Growth of Cuprous Oxide Crystals at High Temperature Orig Fab Dokl. Llvovsk. politechn. in-ta, 1955, 1, No 2, 38-42 Abstract Report on the results of an investigation of the features of the growth of cuprous oxide crystals on the surface of a copper plate in an oxidizing medium at high temper~~ture. Based on microscopic in- vestigations of the structure of the layer of cuprous oxide on the copper plate at various durations of oxidation, the authors reach the conclusion that the grow'th of the grains of the cqprous oxide layer re- presents a combination of a gradual increase In the mass of the product with rapid jump-like transitions from the fine-grain to a coarser-grain structure, occurring as a result of the periodic r6crystallization acts. Results are reported on the observation of the interference pattern on the surface of a cuprous oxide layer, explaining the character of the variation of the form of the profile of the new and old boundaries be- tveeh the grains after recrystallization. Card 1/1 SOV/1 12-57-5-11737 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Elektrotekhnika, 1957, Nr 5, p 318 (USSR) AUTHOR: Andriyevskiy, A. I., Sandulova, A. V. TITLE: Changes in Static Volta e-Current Characteristica of Cuprous-Oxide Rectifiers Depending on Silver and Oxygen Electrolytically Introduced into the Rectifiers (Izmeneniya staticheskikh vol'tampernykh kharakteristik mednozakisnykh elementov v zavisimosti ot vvedennykh v nikh poeredetvom elektroliza serebra i kisloroda) PERIODICAL: Dokl. L'vovsk. politekhn. in-ta, 1955, Vol 1, Nr Z, pp 43-47 ABSTRACT: Effect of excess-oxygen and silver admixtures on the forward and backward resistances of cuprous-oxide rectifiers was studied. The rectifier elements were prepared by oxidizing copper foi-I in the air at 1, 0200C for 20 minutes . Surplus oxygen was introduced either by an additional anode oxidizing of the elements in a KZS04 solution or by annealing at 6000C. Silver was almixed electrolytically. Voltage-current characteristics of such rectifiers Card I /Z dmitivl~ of cuprous oxide. A. V17 Valc~bcb~iko, at~' , M T ulithchmkc Ziw T'AA P. 25 241" - ~, ~ 4 .; ::r,4" i, . PIAM WCr% J-rT-' " -Nr 'I-It -~ ' at "Imps. 950*. irm , 1 c,,4t:.g ~,-, .: 11, wWhftled th, -6 ~j \, i ,A I -3 -All - t - T , T ~, -.,~ , f , S., .. h-, -, -. , ~ - ~ . , - Tbe MuesoD 'D~T 'Ln-j irup, ato-. &Inng fDrmz C' G-3 Category : USSR/slectricity Semiconductors Abs jour : Ref Zhur - Fizika.9 No 2, 1957, No 4191 nd~ri evskiya A.-L-19 Sandulova, A.V., Shchevelevy Author capacitance of Title Effects of Artificially introduced-3)upurities on the Copper-OxMe Rectifiers. Grig Pab DOkl- Lvovsk. politekhn. in-ta) 1956) 1, No 2, 9-12 Abstract The capacitance C and the resistance R of copper-oxide 11teo'tU4AW8 with an a-c bridge. using electrolysis) were datermined,by measurement impurities of silver or,oxygen were introduced into the tested sPeCiMins- It turned out that in+troducing silver for a time ranging from several, tens of seemds to a mingto lowers C and R of the barrier lay" to very 13=11 Va1U88- If One nov adds 0 to these specimew for aeveral minutes) previous values of C vi the barrier layer are restorea. These the &A R o Phenomena .are explained by the fact that the added silver, disturbing the stoichiometry of the barrier layer) behaves like a metallic izpwitY; while'the added oXyg6n Utoms~ which combine with the silver atoms) form Molecules of-silver oxide Unis restore the stoichiometry and the and initial properties of the rectifiers. Card ------------------------- L------------------------- --- w-a-s--in-troduced electrolytical- ly into the copper. The diffusion of the impurity took Place simultaneously vitli. the formation of the oxide layer in an electric tubular Aamace (1020 -- 10500 C). (2) The impurity was diffused from a quenching bath into Card 1/3 G-3 USSR/BlectricitY - Semiconductors 'oo 1, 1958, 1336 Abs jour Ref Zhur - IrizAka) 11~1 as it was coole&- ,jpjt&ted electrolYtic&lly On Mono. M0 The iMpurity was pr, 8 of 0 and the diffusion ystsiline specimen Cu2 ) n of the dif- and poly-cr d at 10000 C' The (jistributiO from the Vag investigate V066 determined .ity la"frX Of Cu20 fused iMPUX polished thin layers, ffusions were found'- activity Of cients of di The following Coe'fri C); D(Au198),ale'03 X D (p32) 2.'L X 10 8 ca?_/Uec (10200 -9 cM2/sec )- D(1131) - s.o x 10 10-9 cm2/sec (iOOO~ ' C' Y )o C). 089 x l0a CM2/sec (100C and D(835) = 0 silver.1 sulphur) (10200 C); that the diffusion Of crYs- It is shown mnner in single takes place in the s&Me phosphors in polycrystals Of ChI20. influence of imPuri-- tals and as. lade Of the ties An investigation V & V YSSR/Processes and Equipment for Chemical Industries Control and Measuring Devices. Automatic Regulation, K-2 Abst Journal: Beferat Zhur - JQdmiya, No 19,, :L956, 64oo4 Author: AndriK!2j5Yj-A&.I-.- YArelin, N. N. Institutions None Titlet Measurement of Viscosity of Nontransparent Uquids Original Periodicals Priborostroyeniye, 1956.. No 4,, 24-25, 29 Abstract: Described is an instrument for measuring the viscosity of nontranB- parent liquIds, vhich operates by the method of determination of the rate of fall of a solid sphere. To determine the position of the ball in the tube filled with:the liquid being tested an induction method is proposed with th'w~use of a ferromagnetic ball, vhich does not require complex equipment or considerable expenditure of time. Measurement accuracy by the induction method is not inferior to that of visual observations. It is noted that the described unit can be utilized for automatic recording of changes in the viscosity of the Card 1/2 'T USSR Morphology of Crystals. Crystallization. E-'f Abs Jour Ref Zhur - Fizika, No 4, 1957, No 9373 Author Andri evsk .' Mishchenko, M.I. Inst vov Polytechnic Institute Title Concerning the Mechanism of the Growth of Crystals of Cuprous Oxide at High Temperature. Orig Pub Dold. AN SSSR, 1956, 107, 140 1, 81-83 Abstract A study is made of the process of the growth and recrystal- lizatibn of Cu2O crystals. For this purpose, periodic pho- tographs are taken of the surface of the same portion of the cuprous-oxide layer, maintained in an air-oxidizing medium at high temperatuxe.~The photographs were compared with pho- tographs of the same portion after etching. It was establi- shed that the recrystallizatibn takes place in the region where the smallest grains are located. With this, no new re- crystallization centers are formed, and the mass of the va- Card 1/2 USSR/Elactricity -NSIY~d, G-3 Abe Jour : Rof Zhur - Fizika, No 3P 1957P No 7o4,q Author t.Andriyoyakiy, A,I,, Zhur cylov, V,A. Inst : L'voV Polytechnic Instltu~o, L'vov Title I Rolaxrtion of Fhotoconduc~.ivity of Tin Dioxide Orig Pub :Dolcl. AN SSBR, 1956, lo8, no 1, 43-46 Abstract iAn investigation wrs nodo of the photoconductivity of tin dioxide with lrrgo relaxation tire (10 - 103 sac). Spoci- i;ons were obtained by oxidizing filns of tin, evaporated in vacum for sovorel hours at 1700. Upon illunination, the resistance of the spoci-ion wes din-inishad by 2 -- 2.5 times. The processes of the buildup of the rhotocurront of tin dioxide can bo represented by several oxpononts with dif- foront tire constrnts; tho nunbor of those exponents increase end the ntrnorical veluo of each exponent dirinishos with in- creasing light intensity. It is shown that the reduction in the photocurront Pftor being exposed to high intensity light can be described by savorpl hyperbolas, whose shnpos depcnd on the intensity of the light, and the finnl stage of the reduction is exponontinl; after illtr-!ination by low intensity Card 1 1/2 /,qA/1) p, I V~7 VS K) G-3 'USSR/Illectricity - Semiconductors us Jour : Ref zhur - rizika, No 1, 1958, 1374 Author : AndriyeVski Kaxelin, N-N- Inst rature Coefficient Of Title Concerning the Problem Of the Tempe Resistance of Single Crystals and polyerystalline Speci- mens of Cuprous Oxide- Orig PAb Dokl, L'VOVsk- POlitekhn- in't&P 1957, 2, lo 1., 19-22 The temperature coef ficient of resistance Of CU20 (00' Mostract Vag studied with a polycrYstal1ine and monocrystal1ine specimen, ostained by prolonged calcination of a plate of copper in air at 1030*- It was established, that the average value Of 0, in the interval. 15 -- 500 fluctuates in the range 0.0053 -_ 0-032 deg-4. ?or PolycrYsta-Uine and single-cryutal sPecim=s, clatained from a single pla- te, also has nearly equal values' The measurements have shown that ot, diminishes with the temperature for Card 1/2 SOV/115-58-6-32/43 AUTHORS% Andriyevskiy, A.Io, K-axelin, Yuskevich, Yu.G. TITLE: A Devi-ne for Automatic Determination of Viscosity of Cloudy Liquids (Pribor dlya avtomaticheskogo opredeleniya vyazkosti neprozrnchnyk1h shidkostay) PERIODICAL: Izmaritellnaya tekhnika, 1958, Nr 6, pp 80-82 (USSR) ABSTRACT: A reliable method for measuring the viscosity of liquids is the Stokes method, which is based on measuring the falling speed of solid balls in the tested liquid. This method may also be applied in not-tmnopmEnt liquicb if ferroma netic balls and inductive neasurinp is; iiaed Ref 1, 2, 35- Such a device consists of two coils wiTtwer windings (Figure 1). To indicate the passing of the ferromagnetic ball through the upper or lower coil, a vibration galvanometer or an eleo- tronio-optical indicator, e.g. the tube 6Ye5S, may be used. The circuit diagram of such a device is eiven in Figure 1; its block diagram in Figure 2. From the secondary winding of the transformer the Voltage. passes to the demodulator Card 1/2 (4) which transforms It into impulses corresponding to the !30'1/115-903-6- 3214 3 A Device for the Automatic Determination of the Viscosity of Cloudy Liquids passage time of the balls. The time diagram is shown in Figure 3. The device may be fed by any power transformer, a. g. RLS-2, giving an anode voltage of 250 v. There are 2 diagrams, 1 grap', and 3 Soviet references. Card 2/2 SOAV143-58-10-20/24 AUTHORS: Andri-evs- Antanovich, A,V., Bogatyrev, N.A., Glushchenko, I. P. Gubenko, T.P. , Zamora, Ye.P. , Karan- deyev, E..B., Lukin, V.I., Lukin, N.I., Maksimovich, N.G., Mozer, V.P., Petrenko, S.I., Papernyy, Ye.A., Privalova, K.A., Sitnitskiy, Yu.I., S-uasikov, Ya.T., Shchepankevich, B.P., Chuchman, T.S., Yagellog I.M., Brilinskiy, B.M., and others TITLE: G.Y.e. Krushell, Deceased PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysphikh uchebnykh zavedeniy~ Energetika, 1958, Nr 10, p 147 (USSR) ABSTRACT: This is an obituary of Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor Georgiy Yevgenlyevich Krushell of the Llvovskiy politekhnicheskiy institute (Llvov Polytech- -itute). Krushell was born in Moscow in 1912 nic Inst as the.son of an engineer. He died on July 20, 1958 because of an accident. He graduated in 1931 from the "Proftekhshkola". While working in the industry, G. Ye. Krushell studied at the Kharlkovskiy mekhaniko- Card 1/3 mashinostroitellnyy institut (Y[hartkov Institute of ,G.Ye. Krushell, Deceased BOV/143-58-10-20/24 extensively prime movers for the feed pumps of high- power boiler-turbine units. Besides research work, Krushell devoted his attention to the training of engineers in his field. The Soviet Union lost one of its foremost scientists. There is 1 photograph. Card 3/3 SOV/57-2~1-9-12 Effect of Barrier Layer Photoconductivity on the Spectral i'OtOVOltV.JC --',ffC.'Ct ~.ype position of this mriximum is not independent M 0) . The of the nature of the chemical admixture and of the thickness of tilt. conper oxide layer. in order to estnbli8h the role played by light filtration In the copper oxide layer of photo- electric calls exhibiting this third maximum the absorption snectrum of the Cu 0 layer studied. This yielded no evi- 11tin a~y essential changesin comparison to ordinary dence indict 9 copper oxide layers. The principal factor determining the formation of copper oxide photoelectric cells exhibiting 'the tnird maximum of sensitivity is the oxidation temperature. Such photoelements are only produced if the copper is oxidized nt temperatures above 1025*0C (at normal stmospheric pressure). The maxima of sensitivity of photovoltaic cells are either due to maxima of the internal photoelectric effect or to maxima of' photoconductivity. They are termed first order and second order maxima, respectively. It is believed th,~t thir nhenomenon is due to imperfections in tht~ barrier layer in copper oxide photoelectric cells. The internal photocffect .,),t abc-orp.- in photovoltaic ~ella plays a double role: 1) Lir Curd. 2/4 tion re.-,ulta In the production of mobile current carrier!j .Effect ol' Barrie.- -'.yer -Photoconductivity on the SPectz-1 '.Otovolt"ic !~ffc"Ct tl`i~ diffusion of which generateg the current in the external c4rcuit of the L-hotoelecirle cell. The external current in- creasoS with ihe nroduction of current carriers by light ab- St.IrTlti0n. 2) The internal photoeffect reducea the resistance of !he Ivarrier laver (leaking residance) and Vais reducen, the current in the external circuit. Hence them .)hotoconiuctivity -.hotovoltaic a neFative role in th,7! penerat-Ion of L f the effect. in order to obtain -.ihotoe lerC114- Swith a --eat ouz- P-at it 'a required to compo.,ic stratified elements fron! dif- -.erent semiconductors. The information availcable, assum- ing the :;ccurrence of the maximum of sensit*vit' ('-, IOIC~::G;!. the spectrpl chrarracteristic of the -.1ho-LovoltPf".c. cf- ,:,'ucL .'.n Vic cL~se of an inoerfect bari-ier `hi.- nztv bul e'x.r(~'Ctud nct onl.v witi, copper oxide but alco wIth othcr v c z-. c'!".0votors vit'a t-,-:o vrectrt-l zangev of photoconductivity .i; -,-I I 1 i4-16le epart ~ ncl .11on are Selzrated bv a -,vonraince.. '7hore are 6 finures _an'I 6 rcference~_,, 5 of t:.,hicil -'re Effect ',,otoconductivity on ,,ie lc -.f.'ect ~~olitcl hnichus!I-iy institut vov Institute) 7. - ;"' _21/'~/00 SOV/58-59-12-27425 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurmal. Fizika, 1959, Nr 12, P 133 (USSR) AUTHORS: Andriyevskiy,A.I.,, Nabitovich, I.D. TITLEt On the Crystallization and Structure of Selenium in Thin Layers PERIODICALt Mauohn. zap. L'vovskogo politekhn. In-t 1958, Nr 57, pp 82 - 92 ABSTRACT: An eleotronographical investigation of crystallization in 600 - 8D0 A thick Se films.(P), both for those free of any sub-layers, as well as for those covered on both sides with a film of cellulose nitrate varnish, was carried out. The F was obtained by dusting of amorphous red Se in a vacuum. No diffraction picture Is observed right after the F dusting. After heating at '250C for five hours, 4 haloes appear on the electronograms. At 35 to 400C, the free P crystallize into an Ok -monocl:Lnic modi- fication, at 650 - into a ~ -monoolinic modification, and at Card 1/2 150 - 1600 a new modification is formed with a face-centered cubic C2 to Go SOV/58-59-12-27737 Translation from: ReferativW zhurnall Fizika, 1959, Nr 12, PP 176 - 177 (USSR) AUTHORS- Andriyevskiy,A.I., Karelin, N.N., Mishchenko, M.T. TITLE: The Effects of Thermal Processing of Copper oxide Plates on the Nature of the Temperature Relationship to Their Electroconductivity~ PERIODICAL: Nauchn. zap. L'vovsk. politekhn. in-t, 1958, Nr 57, pp 98 105 ABSTRACT: The temperature relationship to the electro-conduotivity ) of Cu2O plates, which were subjected to various means of preliminary thermal processing, was investigated within a temperature range of -170 to +7000C, A graph Is given, showing the relationship lg versus 1/T for three samples, subjected to different thermal treatment. The most clear-cut effect on the