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312686. 0~1 11310vn0in pinhchevom leykot,.qitoze. o v. -,r: - umoral 0 r:~ rerv .0 r nyye regulyatsii deyatelinosti pishchevarit.' A.-rarata r. 19.49, s. 265-80. Bibliogr: s. 279-to SO: Letopis' Zhurnalln.ykh Statey; Vol - 44, 1-~oskva, 1949 BELENIKIT, G. A. Role of nervous systom in regulation of morphological composition of peripheral blood; Klin. med.. Moska, 28 noeq: 52-63 Sept. 1950e (CLKL 20:1) 1' Of the Laboratory of Clinical Physiology (Read - Prof. A. V. R!kkl') of the Department of General Physiolog7. Institute of Experimental Medicine (Head - Academaian X. M. Bykov) of the Academy of Medical 4oiences USSR* lKlY.-G.S.(Leningrad) lxperimental neurosis manifested by spleuic motor function disorders and,by irregularities in the composition of peripheral blood. Klin.'Aed. 33 no.g-.49-57 8 155. MRA 9t2) 1. Is otdola obehohey fixiologii (sav.-prof. A.V. Rikicll, uauehnyy rukoveditelf-iked. X.M. 4kov) Instituta eksperimentalluoy seditsivq AMR SSSR. (NMOSM,,experimental. blood picture & spleen motor disord. in (BLOOD picture, In exper. neuroses) (SPI M , in various diseases, -exper. neuroses, maotor disord.) S-;7i&-RmU~-dW- of- - BILIMINITT I. 0=110, .- I Facllitat* the opening of now housing. Fln.SSSR 18 no.7:42 Jl '5?. (MIRA 10:7) 1. Gl&vW inshener iCo=mmllnogo banks Averbaydzhanskoy SSR. (Housing) compound method of determining deductions for natural factors when receiving grain from collective and state farms& Muko-slevo prom, 24 no.7:lY-14 JI 158.- (MIRA 11:10) I.TSentrallnaya bukhgaltariya Ministerstva khleboproduktav SS.SR. (Grain trade) 1% irl.'"t rue Ion, a~Aen potantiali: a M.IrA 12 - 11) v$, SSSR 20 no. -onstru"IMIAn,. inzh.; MAINON TOVSKXY) M.., insh.; P-Inlml uchastieys KRYUKOV, V. Pressing with cold water in repairing tima. Avt~transpe 40 no,lls26-28 N 162, MEM 15:12) (Tires, Rubber-Retreading and recapping) 00 00, it *0 9 Ole If 00 0 J 0 400 S 0 ow ow-lor-O 0 0 ~90 0 9, 9, 111 11 U U w 0 a V 12 13 if 31 Is 9 a It 0 A-k-A-4 A I A _i";; -'i,4' Ito 4" I'llocilsol, 't, j A"Wowd rubbicImm sy*Wdt ftbber. I IPcWkil, Rismer lid, (if. S. S. R. 51(1934 tiolinary Invotiodon of w "Alba Irut, U= (iiynthctlic rubber,B) "d Wo um 4L rabbit mixto. The rmilts show that the use of 25% of irckinied rubber frmn IoWlwr with the addii. of a odiner such &p pine far in the rubber mixt., giv" the mme tensile strength as she standoird mitt. (willinut rtrWo" rubb"). After III (i"1 asing.- the samples vilth twiainscif lubber f-ml -SKU" savit k)wtf tensile strengths than did the staildArd %atuples. The-iltne of vukankation wav not chang"i by thr ptrwmv Pf reclaintect nshtwr (mm "SK11" in the A. Prooll ........... .. 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T.F.; SUDAKOV, M.P.; 10 31-3--i#, V.N., kandidat takhnichaskikh nank, retsenzent. Ranual on repairing automobile tires] Rukovodstvo po remontu avtomo- bilinykh shin. Leningrad, Goo. nauchno-tekh. isd-vo mashinostroit. i sudostroit. lit-r7, 1953. 136 p. (HLRA, 7:5) (Automobiles--Tires) IMLINIXIT, I-.; ZAKRUTKIN, V.; ijw~w Simple method of testing tire repair materials.,Avt.tranap.32 no.10:23 0054. (MIRA 7:12) 1. Leningradakly shluoremout savods (A'atomobiles-TireTa RIM I x IT, 1.. "Improving tho technological processes of automobile tire rapeiringO by V.P. Kovallchuk. Reviewed by I. Belen'kii. Avt. transp. 36 no. 6:61 J6 158. (MIRA 11:7) (Automobilea--Tiran--Kai'ntanance and repair) (Kovallchuk. V.P.) S/138/60/000/007/008/010 A051/A029 AUTHORS: Okhrimenko, I.S.; Belen'kiy, I.A.; Potapenko, M.N..- Ireynberg, I.k. ----------- TITLE; A Study of the Internal Pressures During the Molding and Vulcaniza- tion PI-ocesses of Rubber If Vb PERIODICAL: Kauchuk I Rezina, 1960, No. 7, PP. 39 - 44 TEXT: A study of the"internal pressure" produced within the mold during the heating and vulcanization of rubber is of the greatest interest, since !%~s one of the main factors in securing monolithic products in the menufae"tur-ing c- molded rubber articles. It is also important for determining the right amo%uil. of rubber mixture consumed in the process and for the rational utilizaticn cf energy In the plants. The range of pressures used in rubber manufacturing is from 12 ks/ C912 to 600 kg/cm2. In the thermal processing of rubber and rubber mixttur-es volu- metric changes take place at a constant external pressure and a change takes plae-~- in the ninternal"pressures at a constant volume of the polymer. The Leningrad "Skorokhod" Plant was first to use the instrument shown diagrammatically in FlglUre 1 for the determination of volumetric change in rubber during vulcanization. An- Card 1/4 S/138/60/00n/007/008/010 A051/AO29 A Study of the Internal Pressures During the Molding and Vulcanization Processes of Rubber. other instrument of the Poisson type was developed for the measurements cf Inter- nal pressures (Fig, 3). A further description of the instrument and the method used for the experiments is given. The internal pressure was calculated by IL-.e formulIa: Keon. - (Pstart. + AP) Pint. - Sr . . sps since the principle of the Instrument is based on the compensation of the InternaL pressure of the rubber by means 6f-a pressing unit. Keon. is --he pressure after the heating of the rubber, Pstart. Is the starting pressure 5 kg/cm2, AP the oor- rection of the thermal expansion of the instrument parts and the press, S_ - the area of the cross-section of the rubber sample (usually 4.52 CM2), Sp - the azea L/ of the cross-section of the press plunger (254-34 cm2). The change in the volum'? of the rubber mixtures during the heating and vulcanizing process, as well as Zhe change in the internal pressure during those processes are -further discussed.-The conditions for reducing the amount of vulcanized rubber waste were sought and 1', is stated that these might be accomplished by the use of a sealed mold of the Card 2/4 S/138/60/000/007,/008/010 A052/AO29 A Study of the Internal Pressures During the Molding and Vulcanization Processes of Rubber Poisson typv in the rolling process. It was found that the amount of rubber waste depended on ;;he type of mold used, the weight of the raw material, calibre, etc. The InterneL pressure of rubbers, vulcanized in the hermetically-sealed Poissan- type'molds reaches high values and exceeds the external pressures used !.-- induetry by 10 to 20 times. Due to the fact that the internal pressure ill these molds is always greater than the external pressure, a qualitative molding and vulcanizaticm of the rubbers can be accomplished, the excess usage of rubber from raw seml-flr.~. ished articles can be brnught to a minimum, as w311 as that of the vulcanized was-,A products, and it can also eliminate certain types of waste prcducts. In this case light-weight and low-energy equipment can be utilized. An external pressure cf U -12 kg/ sufficient for the Initial molding of the rubber artiole.. whi&. d6- termines the necessary power of the eqx-x!.pment. The subsequent molding would te sured by the constant presence of the internal pressure, which is greater thac_ the external one during the vulcanization of the rubber. The amount of the rubber Ir the hermetically-sealed mold remains constant, and the volume changes slightly ar- cording to the temperature and pressure. It is emphasized that The findings of Card 3/4 3/138/60/000/007/008/010 A051/AO29 A Study of the Intemal Pressures During the Molding and Vulcanization Processes of Rubber these tests render the uze of heavy equipment and high pr;a,~sures unnecessr.-y, in addition to serving as a. basis for the vulcanization of rubber products in e1osed, molds outside the vulcanization process. The use of her7netlcally-sealed Poisson- type molds for general use in the manufacturing of molded rubber articles is re- commended. There are 4 diagrams, 6 graphs, 2 tables and 5 Soviet referencos. ASSOCIATION: Leningradskiy Tekbnologicheskiy institut im. Lensoveta i Len-Ingrai- skaya fabrika "Skorokhod" (Leningrad Technology Institute lm. Lens.3- vet and the Leningrad Plant "Skorokhod) Card 4/4 BELENI KIY, I.A. Ways of improving the construction of sectional curing chambers (ouring bags) and increasing their life. Kauch. i rem. 19 no. ll::36-43 9 160. (MMA 131ll) 1. Leningrailakiy shinorecoatun zaved. .(Tires, Rubber) BW,XIKIY. I.A. Effect of some factors on the service life of individual curing o*bers (curing bago). Kauch'. i rez. 20 no-11:4&-55 N 161. (MIRA -1511) 1. L~ningradski;y shinoremontn37 zavod. (Vulcanization) BMZNIKIY.v.IoAe Basic pr;i0aciplas of designing the outer shape of sectional boiling bags* KauchA rez. 21 no.11:39-45 N 162. (KERA 15:12) 1. Laningradakiy ohinoremontnyy zavod. (Tiresp Rubber--Repairing) (Vulcanization) BELENIXTY, I.A. Method for the calculation and design of collapsible w:-mz-for .the assembly of sectional enring bags. Kauch. i rez. 22 no.11: 1 40-" N 163. 1 (HM 17:2) 1. Laningradskiy shinoremontnyy zavod. BRIABOXIT. I.B., gvardil mayor meditsinskoy sluzhby Paste for cleaning heavily soiled hands. foon.-med.zhur. no.10173 o '56, (MLRA 10 0 (CLUNING OOKPOM) BXMIKIY, I.B. Cleaner and protective Paste for protecting the skin from suppu- rative diseases. Zdrav.Belor- 3 no.10:49-50 0 157. (MMA 13t6) 1. Iz Selorusekogo koxhao-venerologiche8kogo Instituta (direktor - Prof. A.Ya. Rrokopchuk). (SKrff--CAIM AND HTGIMM) (OIRTMTS) BELENIKIY, I.B. Second modification In the cleansing and protecting paste for the prevention of occupational skin diseases. Sbor.nauch.rab.Bel.nauch.- issl.kozhno-ven.inst. 6:338-340 159. (K= 13:n) (HAND--CARE AND HYGIENE) (OINTMENTS) BEIENIKIY) I.B. Now cleansing and protective paste for the prevention of pyroderma and other industrial diseases of the skin. Vest.dem.i ven. no.7t 51-53 161. (MIRA 1515) 1. Iz Beloruaskogo naurhno-isaledovateltskogo kozhno-venerolo- gicheskogo instituta (dir. - akad. A.Ya Prok-opc:huk), Minsk. (SKIN...DISEASESi BELENIKIY, I.E.; KAUFMAN, I.M. Epidemic significance of atypical forms of.dysentery. Zdrav.Bel. 8 no.5:19-20 My 162. (LIRA 15tlO) 17. iiifektaionnoy bolynitsy Minska i kabineta kishechnvkh infektsiy No.9. (DYSENTERY) BFIENIKIY I.E. Blood changes in scarlet fever. Zdrav. Bel. 9 no.249-50FI63. (MMA 16.-7) 1. Iz kafedr7 infektsionnykh bolezney BeloruBskogo gosudarstwn- nogo instituta usovershenstvovaniya vrachey (za. kafedroy - P~rof. M.N.Bessonova) i Minskoy infektsionnoy klinicheakoy bollnitsy (glavnyy vrach Z.GAlikina) (SCARLET FEVER) (BLOOD-ANLLYSTS AND CffXMTF.Y) BEIMtKIY, I.E.; TFWSOVA, Z.1. Present course of scarlet fever. Zdrav. Bel. 9 no.8:34-15 Ag 8r63 (MM 1723) 1. Iz kafedry infek-tsionnykh bolezney Belorueskogo gosudarstven- nogo instituta usovershenstvoyaniya vrachey ( my. - prof, M.N. Bessonova) i Minskoy infekstionnoy klinicheskoy bol"nitsy (glay- nyy vrach Z.G. Alikina). BABKOV, -.I IRULYA,'A.K., prof. dolgtor"tekhn. nauk,; BIBE(LYA, V.I., DADMMOV,,Tu. N.,-ZAMAKRATW, M.S.,,1tAZA=rT, X.A., KROROD, L.L., KMTAVTSEY, A.S., TXRENMKry, X.S. t MAMOVA, N.,V,,' tekhn.. red. (Handbook for road construction engineers-, planning highways] Sprevoobnilc inshenera-doroxhatka; prook4rovante avtomAil'nYkh dorog* Moskva,,Nauchno-tekhn. izd-vo avtotrensp. lit-ry, 1958. 438 P. (MIRA 11:10) (Roads) BELENIKIY, I.I. ~*v (Lectures on operational calculus; for 3tudents nf pover and electrical engineering facultiesl Lektaii po tsionnomu ischislanilu; dlia studentov energeti.cI.-:t:'I.-,;,,m--) I elektromekhanichaskogo fakulstetov. 14ovocherkassi, izd. otdel NPI. Volel, 1960 . I v. 04ru 13i3ta-markovilch; SHAPIRO. Ylkov Noibeyevich; TAKOVLZV. Boris mikumqlovich, MOURMIN, N.A., red.; VYSOTSKATA.; GOLUBXDVA, L.A., (Accounting in grain-receiving stations] Bukhgalterskil uchat na khlebopriemnykh punktakh. Pod red. N.A. Mosshukhtna. Moskva, Izd-vo takhu. i *ken. lit-ry po vaprossm mukomolluo-krupianoi, kombikormovoi promyshl, i elevatorno-skladekogo khos 1957. 390 p. 01RA 11:a) (Gral'a trade-Accounting) BELENtKIY$ I. M. "Vortex Theory of a Flat lattice WingO Prik. Mat. i vekh.,, 3,, Flo. 2, 1939 I BILM COMUJNICATIONS AUTHOR: Belenkiy, I. M. (Moscow). 24-4-17/34 TiTta: On a.TE_e_P_rem__o_T1angevin .(0b odnoy teoreme Lanzhevena'.) P&RIODI=: "Izv. Ak. Nauk', Otd. Tekh. Nauk" I (Bulletin of the Ao. So Technical Solenaas beotio7n, 19579 No.49 pp.121-122 ~USSi ABSTRACT: Utilising assumptionp made in internal ballistics (2) the Langevin formula is obtained. Langevin did not prove his assumptions and in view of the importance of his formula from the point of-view of rocket ballistics a very simple assumption is made in -L'"-is paper which is based solely on energy considerations for the case of'steady state flow of gases from a chamber with a nozzle. The conditions are also determined-at which a steady state flow is possible. There are 3 references, 2 of which ara Russian. SUBMITTED: December 8, 1956. AVAILABLE: Card 1/1 AUTHORs Belenlkiyt I.M. (110scow) 40-22-2-20/21 TITLEt The Quasi-5taT-TZrnary Discharge of a Gas out of a Cylindrical Receptacle With Variable Volume (Kvazistatsionarnoye istechenie gaza iz tailindricheakogo sosuda peremennogo ob"yema) PERIODICAL: Prikladnaya matematika I mekhanika,1958,Vol 22,Nr 2, pp 279-285 (USSR) ABSTRACTs The author considers a problem which posoeases a certain im- portance for the theory of rooket power plants and in internal ballistics. The author investigates the discharge of a gas out of a cylindrical receptacle, the posterior wall of which is movable, i.e. It consists of a piston. In the anterior wall there is an aperture through which the gas escapes without back pressure with overcritical pressure gradient into the space. The main difficulty in the calculation of the problem mentioned above consists in the calculation of the self-motion of the gas inside of receptacle. Here diffusions and mutual in- fluences of different direct and reflected waves occur which are difficult to comprehend in formulas. In order to simplify the theory it is assumed that the most important parameters Card 1/ 3 The Quasi-Stationary Discharge of a Gas out of a Cylindrical 40-22-2-20/21 Receptacle With Variable Volume which determine the state of the gas inside of the receptacle, namely the pressurev the density and the absolute temperature locally change little inside of the receptacle, i.e. they ar functions of the time alone. Furthermore it is assumed that the diameter of the receptacle is large compared with the di-=- charge opening. The calculation is based on the following equationst 1. The energy equation, 2. the discharge equations, 3- the equations of motion for the pibtou. The combination ol' these equations leads to a noi-linviar dlf- ferential equation off second order of -rhe fzrm: 2 2 + A 12~ + 'k __:~ + A + k 0 2 Id-it 2 ( ddvA 0 0 d 41 The solution of this equation is carried oat for three dtfl_ ferent cases. 1. For the discharge of the gas out of a receptacle with constant volume, 2. for the case of stationary disclharge of the gas out of the - reaeptaole ard Card 2/3 The quasi-Stationary Discharge of a Gas out of a 40-22-2-20/21 Cylindrical Receptacle With Variable Volume 3- for the case of discharge of the gas out of a receptacle with a movable piston. ~ An evaluation of the theoretically obtained results was not carried out or discussed. There are 1 figure, and 6 references, 2 of which are Soviet. SUBMITTEDs December 4P 1956 1. Gas flow--Theory 2. Rocket mo-'-)rs--Theoiy Card 3/3 3/179/62/0oo/oWo15/022 J E032/EI14 AUTHOR; Belen'kiv I.M. (~Joscow) TITLE: On a graphical method of.constructing trajectories .-,.PERIODICAL: Akademiya nauk SSSR. Izvestiya..Otdeleniye tekhnicheskikh nauk. Mekhanika I mashinostroyeniye, no.6, 1%62, 131-133. TEXT: A plane, motion of a inass point in a conservative field was shown in the previous paper (Uch. zap. Mosk. zaochn. ped. in-ta. Ser. fiz.-mat., 1959, no.3) to be given by the solution of the following nonlinear differential equations: yot + yt2) y (y' dy/dx) (1) x (x, Y) = log 2(E U (x, y)), E = T + U (2) where: E is the total energy, U is the potential energy, and the mass m 1. In the present note a simple graphical method is.described for constructing the trajectory of the mass point. Card 1/3 '.0n.a graphical method of ... S/179/62/000/006/o'5/022 E032/E114 The method is based on the hydromechanidal analogy described elsewhere (I.M. Belen'kiy, DAN SSSR, v-140, no.6, 1961). According to-this analogy the analytical functi on W(Z) = (P(X, Y) + ix(x, Y) (z = x +,iy) (3) may be re-written in the form - i q-, W(z) los + const ve (4) so that the potential plane W(z) and the liodogriph plane T log v - ill? are related by Y(X, Y) (~(X' Y) + C Y) Y) + C2 (5) where C, and C 2 are constants and Ct)(X' Y) log v is defiiied in accordance with Eq.(2). It follows that the lines of equal velocity potential (y = const) and the current lines X = const in the W plane will correspond to the lines const and const in the x plane. By constructing a grid of 9 = const and X = const lines on the z = x + iy plane on which the motion of the mass points is considered at the same time, Card'2/3 -- -EELENIKIT, I.M. (Moskva) One application of Hilbert's indep9ndence thsorem. Prikl. mate i makh. 27 no.5:887-889 S-0 163. (wRA 16:1o) ART IXIY. Illya Markovich; KLYKOV, Y.M., red,; SAVAIYETA, 2.A., takhred, (Payments to collective and state farms for grain and seeds received] Rschety a kolkhosami i sovkhosami sa priniatye serno i samena. Moskva, Izd-vo tekhnA ekon.lit-ry po voprosam mukomollno-krapianoi i kombikormovoi promyshl. i elevatorno- skladskogo khoz., 1959. 118 p. (MIRA 13:2) (Grain trade) - BBLBN'KIY, 1. H. Some problems In the mechanics of vibration mills. Uch.zap. MGZPI no.3:209-230 15,9, (14IRA 13:5) (MI-Iling machinery) B/020/61/140/0.06/008/030 B100102 AUTHOR: Belenlkiy I. M. TITLE: A new analogy in mechanics PERIODICAL: Akademiya nauk SSSR. Dokladyj v. 140, no. 6, 1961, 1278 - 1260 TEXTs The author proves the well-known analogy between the plane problem of a potential flow in hydromechanics and the plane trajectory problem in classical mechanics in conservative fields. He o-Liows that it is possible to proceed from d plane trajectory problem in classical mechanics to a plane problem of hydromechanics if li(xvy) - in(v) holds for the velocity v of a point, where' e� (X#Y) is harmonic. By anal6gy between optics and mechanics a relation between problems of geometrical optics and plane problems of hydromechanics is establisheds dj(x,y) - ln(n(xy)), where nt is the refractive index of a medium. A similar relation is ~Xvy) established between optics and electron optics: n = c TV,, , where n is the refractive index of a medium, and T, is the potential of an electric Card 1/2 S/020/61/140/006/008/030 A new analogy in mechanics B104/B102 field. there are 4 Soviet references. PRESENTEDs May 25, 1,061, by L. I. Sedov, Academician SU.BMITTEPt May 24, 1961 Card 2/2 BEURTIKIY, Illya Markovich- YAKOVLEVA., B.M,., red.; DOYACIUKO, A.A.p tekhn. red. [Settling the accounts with collective and the receipt of grain and seeds] Raschety s khozami za priniatye zerno i semena. Pod Izd.4., dop. i perer. Moskva, Zagotizdat. (Grain trade-Accounting) (Seed industry-Accounting) state farms for kolkhozami i sov red. B.M.IAkovleva. 1962. 114 p. (MIRA 15;7) BEMOKIrp I.M. . . . . . . ............. -- - --- rential equations of trajectories of a point in a space potential force field. Uch. zap. MGZPI n0.9:3-10 162. (MIRA 16:6) (TraJectories) (Differential equations) BELENIKIY !Ilya Markovich; RUBASHOV, A.N., red. [Introduction to analytic mechanics] Vvedenie v anali- ticheskuiu mekhaniku. Moskva, Vysshaia shkola, 1964. 322 p. (MIRA 17:10) Ir 0 BRESHIM, I.E. In the council of experts of the All-Union Agricultural Exhibition# ZhivotnoyodetTo 20 no. 10:72-74 0 158. (MIRA 11:10) 1, Sakratarl Sovats ekepartev pa mhivutnovodstvu-Vsesoyuznoy sel'skokhosysystvennoy vystgvki, (Koscow-Livestock exhibitions) MODESTOVA~ Tatlyana Alekseyevna; VIKHROV, NI'vel. Georgiyevich; SHELIKHOV, Nikolay Nikolayevich;I_PgJ;q'KjY,-I.S.' retsenzent; PLENYANNIKOV, M,N.,-rad.;-VINOGRAWVA, G.A., takhn. red. (Commercial study, of materials used in clothik manufacture) Materialovedenie shveinogo proizvodstva. Iad.4., ispr. i dap. Moskva, Gizlegprom, 1963. 278 p. (MIRA 16:8) (Textile fabrics) (Clothing industry-Equipment and suppliee) BEIRN I KIY I I. YA "The Treatment of Chronic Sores on the Legs with Irasting-Pressure Bandages." Sub 22 Apr 47, Central Inst for the Advanced Training of Physicians Dissertations presented for degrees in science and engineering in Moscow in 1947 SO: Sum No. 457, 18 Apr 55 TTS ?,11)90' 1. !a. K voT)rosu o patogenezo i lachendi yazv nit zlmikh konechnostey (Iz kand. Diooartatsii) . Trudy Gospitalya Vooruzh. Sil SSSII im. ktad. Burden!:o. "rZ.F. 6. L., 10,49, S. 322-26. - Bibliogr: 9 nazv. SO: Letopis, No. 32, 1949. pit' BZLENjKYIj_K.B,,-(BielIe~Iky:iy K.B.) Ahead of timel Makh. Pill, hosp. 12 no. 2:4-5 F 161* (14M 14:4) l.' Direktor Frunzenskoy remontno-tekhnicheskoy stantsii. (Kherson Province-Repair and supply stations) VURGAFT, MeB..,; BELENIKIY, X.R. Accuracy of the elastotonometric method for determining the amount of change in the volume of contents of the eyeball. Cft.zhur. 16 no.6:359-364 161. (RIF-A 14t10) 1. Iz Ba-shkirskogo nauabno-issledovatellskogo tokhomato7,nogo institute. (dir. - M*S. Tanatarova). (TONGIETERS) (INTRAOCULAR PRESSUM) BELENIKIY; L,I, Effect of the stimulation of andrenergio structures of the reticular formation ofi the course of interoceptive metabolic reflexes. Izv. AN AZerb. 3SR. Ser. biol. i med. nauk no.WO5-112 162. . (MIR& 17:6) BEL&= I. prof., doktor tekhns naukj red.; OVEGHKIS, N.S., :4- 1 - do~ts..,Paaroe tekhn. nauk, red.; BOLDENKOj A.R.t red. (Use of the science of colors in the textile industry] Primenenle tsvetovedeniia v takBtillnoi pronkvshlennosti; abornik statei. Moskvaj Izd-vo nLegkaia industriia," 1964. 226 p. (MIRA 17:5) PARINI, Vladimir Pavlovich; KAZAKOVA, Zoya Semenovna; BEEIM11EY, L.I., doktor tekhn. nauk, otv. red. (Chemical palette) Palitra khimii. Moskva, Izd-vc, "Nauka 11 1964. 126 p. (MIRA 17:7~ doktor tekhn. nauk, prof.; ANDREYETAp L.G.p aspirant Determining the concentration of dispersion dyes in binary mixtures. Tekst. prom. 24 no.2:66-71 F 164- (MIR.-I 17: 3) 1. Vsesoyuzny~ zaochnyy institut tekstillnoy i legkoy promyshlonnosti (VZITLIO). ANDILET"A'A y L.G. ; BEW- PYUY, b. r. Effiai~ of t!,n componeru! on the mitual exh,4Listlon of, uAlip,;r3ed djes Jn the dyeing of acetate silk with binary mixtures. Izv. VY99 uuh-~b. zav.; tekho teks* prom. no.3:109-11.7 '64. -,,~7: lo), 1, V-s-scyviznyv zaoc*ji~-rj institut teksttl'noy L legkoy pronro"Jannosti. E L r:: N' 7 PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SO-VI5410 konferentzlya po mirnon,4 ispollzovaniyu atomnoy energii, Tashkent, 1959. (141rai2action3 of the TashRont Conference on the I'v2cct'41 of Atc-aic Enerar) v. 2. Taoh!,--nt, !zd-vo *V11 U2 U ssa, 1960. 449 p. Errata slip inserted. 1,500 copiez printed. Spon5oring A.vency: Akade-.aiya nauk Uzbekskoy SSR. Rc.'-cms-~blo Ed.: S. V. Starodubtaev, Acadenician, Academy of Sclencez Uzbelc SSR. . Editorial Foard. A. A. Abdulloyev, Can- didats of ?*-y3ica and Matb,matlesi D. P1. Abdura!!ulov, Doator of Xed-'cal Mences; U. A. Arifov, Academician, Acadcmiy or S,---6nce3 Uzbek SSR; A. A. Borodulina, Candidate of BloloC;ical S';!onccj; V. 11. Ivashev; G. S. lkrarova; A. Ye. Kiw; Ye. 111. Lobancv, Candidate of Physics and 'Mathematics; A. 1. Nikolayev, Can~2idate of 11,19dical Sciences; D. Nishanov, Candidate of Cher'lical 3,,!c-ncea; A. S. Sadykov, Correaponding IMernber, Academy of Sciences USR, Academician, Academy or Sciences Uzbek SSR; YV. X. Talanin, 17 L, ,,Traneactions of the Tazhkent (Cont.) SOV/5410 Candidate of Phyeles and Mathematics; Ya. Kh. N-rakulov, Doctor of Biological Sziences. Fd.: R. I. IGiamidov; Tech, Ed.: A, G. Babakhanova. PURIM : The publVtation is intended for scientific wcrkers and ,-e,:J -alist3 enployed in enterprices whPre radioactive i."otcpea and nuclear radiation are used for re5earch In chpmloal, geo- IcSical, and technological fields. COVL-RAGE; Thi= collection of 133 articles represent_q the second v-:w1irre of the Trani3a-.tlona of the Tazhkent Conference on the F-ia~eful Uses of Atomic Encror, The ii,dividual artie!lea deal vilth a wide range of problem7i in the field df nucleay, radiation, in-iluding; production and chemical analyFis cf radioa(-tive isotcpes; inventigation of the kinetics or chemical reacticnB by meuna'of isatcpes; application of spectral analyni3 for the manufacturing of radioactive preparations; radioactive methods for determining the conten'V of elements in the rooks; and an analysis of methods for obtaining pure substances, Certain Card 2/','0 Transactions of the TashIcent (Cont.) SOV/5410 in3trumcnts used, such as autcnatio roo-ulators, floi-maters, lowil giuiges, and high-connItivity rr=a-rolays, are dencribad, Ito perr,*;7.-nalltles are mentioned. References follow Individual articlea. TABLE OF CONTENTSt RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES AND NUCLEAR RADIATION IN ENGINE79ING AIND GEOLOGY Lobanov, Y'o. M. [In3titut yadernoy fIzIk1 UzSSR - Institute of Nuclear Physics AS UzSSR]. kDplication of Radioactive Isotopes and Nucleac Radiation In Uzbekistan Taknar, and V. A. Yanushkovskii [Institut fizilci A11 Latv SSR - Institute of Physics AS Latvian SSR]. Problems or the T n Typificatio or Automatic-Ccntrol Apparatus Based on the Use of Radioactivq Isotopes Card 3/20 Transactions of the Tashkent (cont.) SOV/5410 la-tru,zhehov, V. G., A. S. Lepilin, U. Ya. Maroilis, S. 14. Stapanov, L. 1. Belenlkiy, T. V. Bromberg, and V. G. IvIiyev. [ Ministry of 'KeUIMT U3.TKj=.tfdustrial Gazzima-Pla tfor Sterilization of Medical Materials 170 Khruahchev, V. G., B. A. Rubin, L. V. Motlitskly, A. I. Rytov, N. 1-1. Gayein U. Ya. Margulis, V. S. Grammatikati, V. G. Vlasov, I [1,11nistry of Has and A. V. Petrov 1th USSR). Garrma-Plant for Ocntinuoua Irradiation of Potatoes 182 Trckoflycv, H. S. (Institut ekonomik-1 All SSSR - Institute of Econonics AS USSR). Economic Efficiency of the Use of Fligh- Oapacity Gamma-Planto In the Light and Food Industry 192 Abdullayev, A. A., Ye. M. Lobanov, A. P. Novikov, and A. A. Khaydapov [Institute of Nuclear Physics AS USSR]. Daa or a Multichannel Scintillation Gamma-Spectrometer for the Analysis of Rock Specimens 199 Card 10/20 B ELEN I KI I, -L-L- .I- - Effect of aminazine on the formation of interoceptive exchange reflexes from the stomach; preliminary communication. Trudy Sekt, fiziol. AN Azerb. SSR, 4:103-210 160. (14IIIA j.5il) (CHLORPROMAZINE) (BLOOD SUGAR) (STOMACIL-INNERVATION) BK=IKIYJ* L.I. -------- ImPortange of the reticular formation of the brain stem in interocep#ve metabolic reflexes. VOP-fisiol- 5%130-M 162. (sum) (CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM) NIRA 16: 5) 13ELLNIKIY, L.I. Effect of electric stimulation of reticular structures of the brainstem on the course of interoceptive metabolic reflexes. Vop. fiziol. 6:23-29 163. (ZiMk 1~: 11 ) "&34 ("q (,.gq TIL41 10 3/074/60/029/04/0Z/005 B008/BO14 AUTHORS: Golldfarb, Ya.L., Belen'kiy, L.I. ------------------------7 TITLE: Stress and Reactivity of Monooyclic Systems PERIODICAL: Uspekbi khimii, 1960, Vol. 299 No* 4P PP* 470-507 TEXT: This is a survey of the moat interesting papers published in recent years on stress theory. First, the authors give a brief summary of the develop- ment of the basic assumptions of this theory in the forties (Refs. 4-16). Detcile of the development of the stress theory are contained in Refs. 1-3- On the basis of the latest reaults (Refs, 19-30) it may be assumed that cyclic systems exhibit also the so-called conformation stress in addition to the olassical angular or Baeyer stress. In an actually existing molecule the two stresses are usually present at the same time and are interdependent. With the help of physical and chemical methods it is only possible to determine the total stress of the cyclic.system. It is merely an assumption that the Baeyer angular stress pre- dominates in smaller rings and the conformation stress in five-membered and medium rings. It is frequently possible to determine the stress by studying several Card 1/5 Stress and Reactivity of Monooyclie Systems 660-A 6qj3V S1074V6010291041021005 B008/ "014 physical properties. The stress becomes particularly manifest in exact measure- ments of the combustion heat (Table 1: combustion heat of oXclopar fini). The physical properties of the following cyclic systems are discussed: oyclopentane and cyclobexane (Ref 29 41-519 Fig. 2); cis-eyoloolefin;O(Refe. 47, 54-57, Table 2); cyclobutan:4(Ref's- 58P 59); cyclopropane (Refs. -67). The data obtained for cycloalkanes are applicable to the simplest heterocyclic com- pounds. The stress of a heterocyclic compound having oxygen or sulfur in its ring i9v howeverg always lower than that of a oycloalkane with an equally large ring (Refs. 34, 68-72, Table 3). The combustion heats of the simplest oxygen- containing heterocycles are given in table 4 and need no explanation (Refs. 73, 74). Microwave- (Ref. 75) and oscillation speetr& (3ef. 76) indicate that the trimethyl oxide has a plane structure. Concerning the combustion heats of nitrogen-containing heterocycles there are data available only on ethylenimine (Ref- 77)t piperidine (Ref- 78), and pyrrolidine (Ref. 189). The conformation stress manifests itself in o olic compounds with,conjugate ?-ouble bonds in a very peculiar manner (Fig. 3~. The absence of coj.~Ianarity ro'nes the energy content and reduces and even eliminates the properties of a conjugate system (Refs. 28, 79-85)- When discussing various types of stress and the influence exerted by stresses on the reactivity of cyclic compounds, the authors make use Card 2/5 W6161alo-Wh- 06.34 Stress and Reactivity of Monocyclic Systems 6/074/60/029/04/02/005 BOOO/BO14 of Brown's concept of the F- and B-stresses (Refs. 86-89) as well as of the I-,stress (Refs- 9304)(Table 5)- Numerous examples show that the ratio of the reaction rates of various rings follows the theory of I-stresses. This holds not only for the addition to oarbonyl groups and according to S N1, but also for radical reactions and reactions of the type Sjj~. It may be assumed that the reaction rate is differently influenced by the size of the ring, depending on the type of reaction .(Table 6). Next, com;oexamples are given which demon- strate the effect of,.I-ratreas on the react n rate (Refs, 95-136p Tables.7-15, Pigs- 4 and 5). As the,I-atreas is only one of the factors influeiloing the relative reaction rate of cyclic compounds, it is also necessary to take account of sterio and polar factors (Tables 16 and 17). The authors give several examples which contradict the theory of I-stress (Tables 16-20). The last part of the present article deals with the formation and opening of rings and with the relationship between these processes and stress (Refs. 8t28,132, 177-185)- The tendency toward ring closure is a complicated function of the following functions: distance between the reacting groups and the entropy lose which is connected with the fixation of the ring; Baeyer- and Pitzer stress as well as the compression of the van der Waals radii. Two reactions compete with each Card 3/5 19LI-I G Stress and Reactivity of Monocyolic Systems S/074/60/029/04/02/005 BOOB/BO14 other in the oyolization: the intramolecular - ring closure - and the inter- molecular - polyoondensation or polymerization. As the height of the activation barrier of any chemical reaction is determined by the change in the so-called thermodynamic activation potentialg it is possible to speak of enthalpy- and entropy barriers. The synthesis of largerv unstressed rings (13 and more members) is predominated by the entropy barrier, whereas the enthalpy barrier pre- dominates in the case of smallerg stressed rings. Though there is no relation between the stress and the formation rate of ringeg the latter-are usually closed more easily if unstressed rings are formed, or if the chain has an adequate shape. The development of an adequate chain shape depends on the reaction mechanism. Ring closure is promoted by the existence of oubstituent (Table 21). Some thermodynamic and kinetic problems ofithe polymerizgtio7lof cyclic compounds were dealt with in the paper mentioned in Ref. 155 (7ig- 6). It should be emphasized that the fact that this process is possible from the thermodynamic point of view does not warrant its practical realizibility. The polymerization of numerous heterocyclic compounds may be regarded as an equilibrium process. The character of the products obtained depends on the conditions of reaction. Though many examples seem to prove a parallelism between the stress of rings and their polymerizabilityp such a relationship does not always exist. Thus, it is Card 4/5 (oQG34 Stress and Reactivity of Monocyalic Systems S/074/60/029/04/02/005 B008/BO14 not possible to determine the state of stress of-a cyclic compound from it Is polymerizability. The following Soviet authors are mentioned in this article'. N.A. Domnin, P.V. Zubov, M.Ye. Dyatkina, Ya.K. Syrkin, G.G. Gustavson, A.Ye. Chiohibabin, V.V. Markovalkov, fi.fa. Deu1_1vaikov, and N.A. Menshutkin. There are 6 figures, 21 tables, and 190 references, 36 of w~hi~-h arie---z;~,ilit. ASSOCIATION: In-t organicheskoy khimii im. N.D. Zelinskogo (I.notityte of Organio Chemistry imeni N.D. Zelinskiy) BEIENIKIY., L.I.; TAYTS, S.Z.; GOLIDrljM , Ya.L. New -method of synthesizing macrocyclic ketones having a musk odor. Dokl. AN SSSR 139 no,6.*3356-1358 A 161. IMIU 14:8) 1, Institut organicheakoy khimii im. N.D.Zoliuskogo AN 6 Predstavleno akademikom A.A, Balandinym. (Ketone) BELENIKIYI L.I.1 TAYTSt S-Z-; GOLIDYARBt Ya.L. Synthesis of W-thienylalkanoic acids from W -chloroalkanoic acids. . Izv. AN SSSR, Otd.khim.nauk no.9;1706-1706 S 161, (MIRA 14:9) 1. Institut organichoskoy khimii im, H.DiZelinakogo AN SSSR. (Acids, Fatty) BEIENIKIr, N, B.G. I!;; LOPATI Transformations of aluminum chloride etherate in acylation reactions. Izv.AN SSSR Otd.khim.nauk no.5:934-937 My 163. (MIRA 16:8) 1. Institut organicheskoy khimii im. N.D.Zelinskogo AN WSR. (Aluminum chloride) (Acylation) TAYTS, S.Z.; BEIENIKIY., L.I.- GOLIDFARB, YA.L. ZZ:_Z::L-=Z~j New method of synthesizing macrocyclic conpounds. Report Nor.53 Effect of the phase composition of a reaction mixture on the process of intramolecular acylation of 10-(2-thienyl)capric acid chloride. Izv.AN SSSR.Ser.khim. no.8tl460-1469 Ag 163. (KERA 160) 1. Institut, organicheskoy khim:ft im. N.D.Zalinskogo, AN SSM. (Decanoic acid) (Acylation) (Cyclic compounds) GOLIDFARB, Ya.L.; TAYTS, S.Z.; CIIIRKOVA, T.S.;,~-IIKIY,.-L.I. New method of synthesizing macrocyclic compounds. Peport Ko.6: Some transformations of (101- o(~-cyclo-l-thimone. ~zv. AN SSSR Ser. khim. no.11:2055-2060 N 164 (IGRA 18:1) 1. Institut organichoskoy klAmU im, N.D. Zelinskogo Ali' SSSR. EELENIKIY. Lj. Modern methods of synthesizing macrocyclia compounds. Usp. khim. 33 no.lltl265-1303 N 164. (MIRA 17:12) 1, Institut organicheakoy khimii ims N.D. Zelinakogo AN SSSR. GOYAJIDFARB, Ya.L.; YAKUBOV, A.P.; BELEN'Kly,__L.I._ Formylation of some sulfide ries. Izv. AN SSSR. Ser. khim. no.7:1281-1283 165. (14IRA 18s7) 1. Institut argantcheskiy khWi im. N.D.Zei'-*..lkogo Ail SSSR. L Q4 1_8Q!!k7 EWT(M)/EWP(J) 4% AP6029226 SOURCE CODE: UR/0195/65/007/003/0540/0542 I-rl Trofimov, V. I.; Belen'kiy, L. L; kuben, K. Ya.; Chkheidze, 1. 1. 1719 Moommunk"" 16 Institute of Chemical Physics, AN SSSR (Institut khimicheskoy fiziki'-AN SSSR) Free radicaAomation durinx radiolysi .~of organic compounds in the solid IV. Radiative free radical yields in certain sulfur-containing compounds Kinetika'i kataliz, v. 7, no. 3, 1966, 640-542 C TAGS: free radical, radiation aemistry, EPR spectrum, radiation effect ABSTRACT: Radiative free radical yields (G R ) for hexylmercaptan, dihexyldisulfide, thiopher.ol, and thiophene and its derivatives were determined by EPR technique. The CPR spectra of the various samples irradiated with electrons ha*ng an energy of 1.6 Nov at -1150C to -1900C were taken directly using an EPR-2-IKhMovice. The radiative free radical yields were determined from the initial linear portion of the free radi- cal build-up curve. The accuracy of the free radical yields determination was 40%. The radiative free radical yields were found to be equal to 0.4 for boxy rcaiptone ~md dihoxyldisulfide, 0.2 for thiophenol, 0.18 for thiophene, and 0.03 for 2-chlor*J and 3-bromothiophone. This indicates that the presence of -S-H and -S-S- groups results in great radiation resistance. (For comparison, the radiative free xwucal yields re- UDC: 541,15 Card 1/2 L I-,.? ed in the literature for saturated hydrocarbons and alcohols are 4-S and 5-9, re- tively). The authors thank E. M. Nanobashvili for supplying certain samples and ussion of the results and H, V, Panchvidze for assistance in carrying out the exi. ments. Orig. art. ban: 2 figmras, 1 table. 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The kara 00 OR so solos. of S dym wool and Colton hh" a *AW (mg-) ago cb&W. limm the dw. pmpwks of the micelles of the kuw solos. am me mudk4cat to c2plain The coagsdatim ol u*0 000 a 8 dye OW the Jftst4WtY to fobbing CA Sb* dyginV- The cliew. agonts cowtooldy added to the dye both cause a coo 0 41 .3 w&w" of the ft of the kum mAn. Wool fiber nun" a 60 6ow mimilm redurOm of pa bt&vradent of The adda. of cilem. Ism". Tkv ftdomim of pp of kwo odes. reowts 'a the 1."'. of tbt fropbuic Properties; the incip4cal cosimatim 00 kAnvomes at the boundary of mepo. of fibor God kucO Odfl- 800 rib cuplaims the hartabillty to mbb;ncot the dyvinp. A rarew oxhisibn of the lewo solos. cam" the fwmtwo ot 400 A.hydnmookoftho3dyes. Son, hydCombarotann0d Vthe Val ftw. Tbew by~& can be used fm The Sao Ud of The dym by cok*kwtrk methods to %be prod- ; sum by spoetropbotornefly for ocientific stafy "iffy. Cba$. Blow *a Asa-ILA SITALLURGICAL WgRaTuvt CLA'Swrl"Two .016 00 stay 11111PRA" slow G"LRV --- Aft's .6 solos* map 001 Got ellill &A Off Ali *4 LMJELA~ us" a M A" 411 04" R__w I '10 a as a 010 a o a o 0 0 ' a a 0 '0G A* a 40 0 a 0 OR 0 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 G 10 0-0 a 0 01 ~-_ a 0 00 0 0 a 0 0 0 9. 0 e) 0 rk 4 0 0 0 6 * 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 At 0 4 1~146 01; W 9 0 0 a a 0 * 0 0 - - - - - - - - I - 'm z ::i. - - . a . a A S a . - - - - - - I lVv__V_V7 ~ - ajila Alli'r,jo art Lin m a is I? a to 4 a? fir a to 4 S VO -L-L a " P" 12, 44 1 14 - um., at In, .-I _M a Cz Iv a 4 -A-.k I t P I It A 6 1 _A0 0 A 1$ 6.4, 1- 14WIt 0* 00 00' Ikka-kil and 1. 1. Sk,4ov. Za Jtrkcxjt,uktlivu rekild. 0o Prom. 14, No. 4, WS(IMS); Chi-ic & imIjkl1fle 33. 00 917; cf. C. A. 29, 7".-A study of The litratints (A Imilrgao-O-napblbol by SuCle based on The reaction *0 ItNO + 2Sa" + 4HCl - RNUB + ZDC4 + Iflo. -00 7U dye paste is diwolvcd in HtOH; titfutiou is ca.. ~ c-t 00 1 at room temp. witb 0.1 N SDCI*. a PI litratiua electrode is .00 I trade. Wilb a KILO *0 used. and a mlottifl rd- clec .00 ,kvtrude. the pa values of differrat nilroso-P-Dapblbol so (bisulfije &QW., prialing p-es) -bib had bers stated for 1-13 days welt dtd. FrrWYP"Pd,P(Odmct% yea ft orl".2. - kerping it rises vid tend% toward ultfus-o_ CHO is added to a Pame tvutg napht" the Ps don nor Vary. but the "li`10-"'duct" pottutial cbmges. It woult! therviare seem that the Sulkortosive mejon al CHIO is due to this AaRge is the -00 0 axkjo_rvd=fioupotimtiml&o4 not talachancrin the"ilY 00 of the coute. A. Papiumu-Couture xo* 106 ~O!f f -00 00 :1 -00 -,_00 '00 of S t A b(TALLUVGKAL LITtRATUff CLOSIFICATFE.1- ::,: 0 6 woo ti, 00 too U 99 Aw 40 It an -3 A3 2 1 6 o, ;;0014P ob 9 suit it a It tt it It K No (I t 14 IN of 111 4,0 0 0. 4 0 e III * 0 0 0 0 IN 0 0;0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 a 0 4 0 a 0 S.e * 0 4 - v 0 a so V W w - 4 bit hi It 0 3. I; w x jl kapfull I V v it ~ . a I I AA at it w It 00 f -00 so Ran "a 01,114tufal and mo~ %l A Ii k All c ov n N. lunratkin- Ink. 11TI. 1'. 00 a on Occonan). ). fowk. Phy, W. $,~ S W 1 6, WO 1%'kCt dr Hantor. dA% slut It]" h1wis wrtr "thletlett 1%1 Milt, AM N., 'hang" in the subink-m- k- lkwil tiol l h 0 00 u s ITIrr . An a bylbe 111danilmir.4 the Im *nt 0411 j Vir, .4 the CIV.9%1 td1tW, .4 VlltjkW. lht tilfft,11"if 14 lh.- See Ints,11re"- lift" 'm the diagram. the *1" .4 =* * 00 thr the angle-A inchnaihm-A the Q0 0 'fructure clement m the filwi &%i5. W Ort,humails Q*9 00 see o0 , l * -W if, to It, 0 v 0 -mxq ~ i;l IRA R1 446 0 0000 fo o 0 * 0 * 0 * 4 0 00 F: 6 0 0 0 0 0 so 0 0 . t 0 *fee A 0 0 0 * *a 00 0 0 00 0001 - 14 x ~t 1 1 1 1 a I I* n A2 is Id a W 1) its nx 331b,ji a 3r_`I~ A "_Q k P it I A L a x a 1 -1 - U_ 9 ff 2 f -00 WoMmetric =41yvis of Indfur de baftbs. 3- 1 1* -00 en 1W I I Sokolov and M. H. .7~ p 7 No. 10, 5-vown; C400- trades me used) gives reproducible n-3ults. Tlji- nscZ f z 1934 7 i~, p.0411. -9 Witting the 1. 1 , 77M.- penUits the drtt%. of adfide in the hath without removing -00 constititents at tht bath under different conditions the dye. The prrwrKv of alkalies and chloritks slors not creported. ininfriv. The tstfide but twi the th6vullatc in mAns. of -00 with I gives the same results as litrotiort in the sulfide Im 4 sulfide and ftwoullpar %-&it he dcl-1, by litra- -00 Womettle tkat with UCC1, by u%arg ligriect"" in aft.A. Itte'lium. at pulfide-thiodniuste mixts. tbt curve dwas 2 In the presence W the slyr, wration with the fig circtmitr -00 breaks, corresponding to the sulfide and then to the thid)- i% unreliable as cum:,41s. ap$xw to be formed between the -00 8.11fate. Contaminating tech. Wts, with tbtcxccpthxlf Itgeocalids. and the dyr. An advantsitr of the titration Inv alkitlies, are without Influence an the accuracy of the wo 0 with the IIx elmlimir i, the jx~muhdity III aniilyas mi littaltim. Alkalitormatiatlyriffivt the rviullsol the 0- strongly Kik. Qn%. kisp I., '-'it it.!'L N&MIL liodentio- sum, Tht istratable mot, of 1"Ifidio br%taurs StVaIrt I ra Inetric tiltutiIN) III the trin-odye ",ln.~ with 110 and the in the prrwnce 4 alkali; thr alkali must be neutrallard t with N&FICth before the titration. The potcatiometrit, free alkali; otherwire the irmill Itives the total 11C1 COR- go$ i tilrall-M of the Iduco mans .W theS dye can, in general, bc sumptitm fiv alkali and saidde. It in the alk. dye vuln U canied out the same as the titration of wifide and thin- see the pote"Ilometric lilrdlitm with I (After muirdlitation -a sulfate in the absence of the dye. In tht prestrarv of the with N&IIM) and with AsNO, or flaCt. an The me how dye, however, the end poiat cormponilt; not only to the and with IICI And the the o(hrr Wer". thleautlate. as the I is consumed in pan by adidijai"m and ::: ried out. then the contents of the I*th in sullide, in tbia. odib4ti-dit of the tlyr..Comarmpt .im at I by the aye orcum sulfate and in free alkali am obiaincl. The conducto- Cog even when ,or let Irr is ppid. twith MxSO.). Thesimul. I I Inctrie thrallIM1.4 the 1,41h With IICI IWInlit, The deta. of frinv"Iddrin. of sulildr and thiosullate to the With can he Age 0 carried out. Ihereforr. only after the removal of the dye the sulfbir vIml~n% in it-- ti~ MkIili. i-I (ppin. and filtration). Titt*tkm 44 the Won dye AWOO. MW%W. with hypormorite. activin. KMUO. arsd HA do" not give rdroulti.. The titration of vulfwte, of willik r4us thio. 0 sulfate. and of the "re lidt",; with AcNCh iAx or Pt elec- *so -s 14;oba .19 C%V Got U 0 AT 10 w- I u- -Aft I I W a is a I V of a A 4 1 u1; i it a- act I 0 0 4 * 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 # I : : 0 oleo Q* **@:Go 0 0 0 9 0 691MfOAA, 00 00 00 00 4r ii vw-g N &-#_q Now kbwo*y ##p~Mw fa 111111,00161 @say*. L. Irradom. sewds" Lob. 7. KH-41(tam). AM"ims Ow swm %pp. fw the pat"tiam"fic mw N 'xionetrkam4y*onUhwmtc4mW4twtDwd. Chao. RWw Asiso smealls-, u a PO is its 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 000 0 0 0 0 00 0 0.0 i*s o, 010 0 0 4 0 0 000000 .00 see 00 too 0 ,00 be 0 r I ~ 11 . ~ t, u 0 1~1 -W W 1> ~ , ~ ~ . I - . y-rrr I , , , _ I - - A. . - 0110CISIt6AMR VIOPCIIIIII 0011 GOA "4C%q%iljq VINvatims Is the I*xW*- GOA 1871.-Any Colton alateFW (ym or 14wic) can be . Ilowled br m-- of hills4requessc rqvxdltn L4 "I IA i = 00 ts on a II XV . mm. the thicksom of Me spec a iuteWvv drAms of the wataW. The ooct~m of b or l Bibs h1464requemy &M is PuTdy tbawd in charatet ff ect (Um dew"tatat of Joule best). The e e1wrativa bmt n i f i h d Iva oict m o s t e proo of the a y p In olvop layers of the material. which ia "ICVW by = wrva"Pal"I of tho dKtnxfca. ralm3solm of cacwm lkh4"qUo,MY fitkI (0t IU 1111a. Pf%XttkV4 VO vPftifK- 000 Chaug" In the 111diffial. 4 09 OOW sox go* age Alm onvo, ago 9.60-00 s t 440 sea*** a i Aj U k thO a? pok O.M. Jxj. (It. N. S. R.) "I% %Iwo t4 I-wriAll app. an, 01110fratrif islul thvil 1018 e it-- lot I rgillatilm I 1w 4.1-111s, 'fe.. of.. It.. go 00 =00 Igot tso W; too 10 .(LOSIMAIMIt we* 1 04 go it 89 a it it Kw a 00 00 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 lp 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 oz 6 * * a 0 0 0 0 0 - - - - - - - - I a as as cam 00*0 0 F IT U a L __ OSA I y 0"141 LtILO *so &JOR 0#00161140 40"1 OSA JUIOsiMM04NIGOWWONthiftgd~tbft*Al 411 Akwha"IssatsAwYa IWN. No. I- CAwaji Z#XIF. 1%0. if. 294-1-4;. -it is shmm exptly. that 1111 can be heated rapidly ' "so In high-fri=0 fidds; the rate Of tracdon 6 In- creased. to the hydrolpis of starch *M to C, . When aniline black wa- 004 Is %ubjected to Wgh4 Gdds. them was obwml hi h ff 00 wwN c ect, w not only a beat effect a dm=. e t i A d h uc . on pro e "act evidenced by a chanp of color in t certain optimum wave kngth was found for cub investi d l ru gated reectiM. lz~~ ja~ the rate of starch hy y P As, x - SJS m. The same was found for Ifie polymerita- tion of aniline black, The %honest time for deaAarising d with i i oe J te was atta ne wil cc blue with hypochloc 4 M llosAh . % 00U re a 66 so o, e0 me 9 200 It I 'too Ail-ILA MITALLMICAL LIT940MI CLAUMPKATION 94L _T=%xw "so live two OULAV r T too oxy s sonvo x4 841411 OK O&V 921 SO - In- -I,- a a w I OF a IF Is is a a a 19 a of 0 's A ; 000 so 0 ' I I I It 7 *06" L44 4 pewsoMs w"9 zmpd&p svvbw Qt the ge- of Bobw * Catch W*k on by The 4t iM ft Tadk had. th ti f 4 a o0opma m *0 p6dwk o =at a" wilmut -Ilk Wilk "lir m is at Ow I r d -7 - m s 00 a0 ,c k The U= o 'm uwwon"ift ft rV - r I V"M. goo 604 goo I woo /- -A4# o - * A go .4 6 CRT 44% 4 1 4 M w0 91 A * 4 1 L - 4 4 "41 4XV as 4 low go MIL-11 11MAN PIN ON 0 IN "A ALM v I 0 0-00*.z - 7 M * 6-0,0-0-04 w0 O-WO 0 - oo A PER *X4 0"r.. a L a W. a. -00 go of go don. lkbm'ka. O-dy I soaps. Koefiromists -09 And. KWW:.-AWL-N"k S. S, S. R.4 =VV441944).- D-crWima of aqWpwnt &W promdum umd in' C%.4cwi- -tric &"GlYWd, PIWlcwke. titrallow. PoWitkm.m rk and ronduclaawtric litlaskma, aullmnalw cantnif of " aml .f. alk. mula. c4mcma, No auttmmtk. PH oxtiralwn, MI. a ampks am givin of aWknikim t4i dyrituffs, bypLwlkkwitr 00 r-0 0 go 00 "' ilolt too vie 70-0 .0 At J"j 0 4 it 0 0 a 0 Ce 0 0 e 0 0 0 0 0 e 0 a 0 0 tT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O'1 goose 0 0 a 0 0 0 010 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 : 0 0 0 0 0 0 ois 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 00 0 * of 00 046 13 0 V 1, 6 1 4 It u INS is all MIS Wo bu all'ade4s" 4 Ptrocesus of cmuftf, Wycycloketoost dyes to Isuco soludws. ten I_alle M. K. and the vat dye%. DrilliAnt %*ioIct K oku.1 ('Kg,lcn Yrt,-,w Zh.Kh.v can be couvrrmt to kwo %III%%. by.4lkAii. Ttw the dye powiler. the the IwVww-V of Mincing agents. aml wilp. :Irc the list- "itnt varialArs In the sonversim jwftv~%. Added uh. stancr% of a MWIQI cliaricter and catal". tu bw MIUc6mt, hAve "sentially no influezice oil the %oln. jwmv,~. An r%. ccs% -4 dithionite above the aint. necessiry fcw OW AMW mluction dki not favor *oIn.. but wAs c-.i-ntLLI f-w t- hility of the.mAn to 4!"tion. Sittill ~, lot 1*4. :,z -1, 1 so- ~.A t waso i 111.3y? WJF QkV 40( s AV PO Iltcg 'fit Wj ',F*~& sip two a 4-11FO 9 p a I T w *0 u 15~1- : : : 00 .00 -09 -40 -00 .00 Ago -00 coo Coo see So 0 C* 0 1111111141 4*0 -00 too 11100 So 0 010 0 0 0 : ~Io 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 9 0 0 0 0 b~ " .(,""--I-/'/ 1"', / / /, - ~, - 1 4 ~- ..", , Remote control and regulation of the strength of solutions. Tekst. prom.8 no.2:22-25 F 148. (HLRA 8:11) (Textile chemistry) (Remote control) 0. us OrPAIC solvents for the analysis of -00 00 1. kil. Awthituyu lAtb. 14. *X1 it d, Im, Rit'". rtni She Ing. UAVVI%tl tln~lly Irmwilly kilt peutAtnine (1) and antinoethylellmnoUntine (H) I %wrr *0 writ fog spMtraphoto"Ittric and c4twilmetric dirtn'. of kvttww 41ve%. Aux%i Asit. kil the dytin I MI.Sil the thit -ilwnl' : : -00 9: The IM041114"t And the rwte ut van. IfilIrr Aw Ifilli-rellt 600 dy". R.I., hullp in antinmilmlloWmille And txhvr solvents is reduced upon beating And oxidized upon irmil. 00 intcandsliakinginair, iole dyv-4 And to 0 AlLtrinsarierewfilysol. 00 .3 NO axne etcc am unflullable f(pr am.11Y41q; 411114C.4110wr And liw%lc olywv ilft-miltil, thuring irmiln.. and A Iyr% aw 00 eltd. Inic"llpictely. flulls'Ad. 144vVyi-fic krimle, .111,1 60 alitAnn ilym Are sAtMActmily renwv"I Irtint the fit.-ft for Analytical dous. It. Z. KAIIIiill ire a or 0 if 0 "0 0 tm 8lTAL%Ul'GKAL LITISIOLOt CLASSOKATION d U s At so I L NA Ii NO p IV to 0 09 11 a its man 1111KWA 1%l, 000 00 00 0 9000 9 0 Rationalizatim of cold dyeing. L. 1. Belen'kill. S. S. Ralthlista. and M. R. RastanAara. -rRMr-P'FM. 1049. No. 12. 23-B.-An account Is given of analyficid mothoth for the control of azole dyeing. The ctsuca. of .,Azotol" coupling (Naphtol) solm. Is dctd. by ultravirslet absorption spectrophotometry; Naphtols on the fabric are converted -into insol. pigments which we detd. colorimetrically; di4go LLIts are estd. colorisuctrical;y aftrr coupling with %*Apbtols in thr, prrsence of it protective colloid forming A cislored ". at pit 12; free alkali its Naphtol u4n. i% e%td. conductimetrically. pit anal buffering are controllrd by the glavs electrode and potentiometric titration. m. p. U. A. W "am& I Tv!~Ldy. V~eyi- . Modm on iho Zi" (1%. =-=" 7NZ)-ci cown. to .=y Md b,WJ 06 dw jl~'ZnW bciOY. ~S-Sctjvq 110. F.. it VVAPOV- ~'~~SSR/Rngine,~ring Meters, Electric -Taq,.% Meters, Calibration *Vacuum Tube PH-Meter," L. I. Belealkiy, Ya. B. ROZ-n, Cen Sci Res Inst of Cotton Ind, 3 pp ..Zavod Lab" Vol XVI, No 1 A~paratus, designed for use in industrial labors- .tories, can operate from industrial frequency AC. circuit. System uses thin-walled mechanical :bzIdge, 6zbm tubes, higb-obmic galvanometer '(2.'5.10-7 a), and 105-S-30 neon stabiliter for'i .pl!ate voltage. Tubes operate with reduced plate'~-~ 159101 ering Meters, Electric Jaii (Coutd.) ~.461tage (ca 50v) but normal fil=ent voltage., .S~Usitivity of system is 3.5 Mv (0.06 PH) for ione galvanometer graduatioz. 159ri8 ~F-w KVY) LAborator d In&strts! c _y to Ar ft* anS = iISH j; kim. N49k 4 m -95(1952); d., .46 1 7he asymmetry 4(7),180 ( -T Poten the M the resistance to a const. cur-, Obemical A'94t. t or& d, d t I rent no. of glim electrodes made ol. 48 Nor-4 from lime-Na 'The The temp. 5 1 -N Il l l t d g 8 0.15, or Pb-Na-K glass. for these S ghwes. After I d 71 d Feb. 25t 1954 nd PhYSiCal Ohemietry l G a m ass e ec a. g ro e In NACIO $*In. (O-OIN In E- H was mmase approx. ays OH, 3 g./1. of active CI). Its H hi 7 h Thi l di a eftera P ment W23 0.6 P a 2 . er. s aee-~ sp p g The curve was plotted q from the valuti of EP for l fler poins. of pH4 and H7 Mtgril A* b1 d l t l a jIm was,not xu Mapes ab~.Pll m4ori -4 lab."Pol. e as e e . ec ro 4 XUArkr, lmd a recording pH, 'bu ineta (ill iiid ire d,6cdfied In diwl. Eurilla IWAMAYA, M.YE. sodium I~Fposulfite New wthai of aw0yzixg hydrOSUlfitO, Tekst. prom. 12, ITo. 6, 1952. Monthly List of Russiax Accessions. Library of CoAgress, October 1952, Unclassified. ----- ------