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EBLUOKIY aka"mi1c; KRYWVA, N.; LIBERM, S.; POZHARISKkTA, L.; SAYONOT, S., inshe Stabilizing Industrial blood on the beef conveyer line. Klan. Ind. SSSR 28 uo,5-M-28 157. (MIRA 11i1) 1. Vessoyusnyy banchno-issledovatel'skly institut myasnoy prowVsh- lannosti (for Beleulkiy, Krylova. Foxhariskays). 2. leningradekiy ayasokombinat (for Ekfonoyl. (Slaughtering and slaughterhouses) (Blood) (Synauthrin) BEIENIKIY, N.G., akademik; PAVLOV, V.A., kandidat biologichesk1kh nauk. f h'' a Therapeutic serum as a biological stimulant of sexual functions in-sterile cows. Taterinariia 34 no.8-.66-70 Ag 157. (YJM 1019) ,(Serum therapy) (Estrus) (Sterility in animals) B=1411ITO N.G., POZHARISrATA, L.S.0 ]VOt Te*V., VOLIX)VA, A.G. Improvement in obtaining sterile bloocl%serum for use in se(licinals; Ked.,prome'-12 no.8218-22 Ag '58 (KIRA 3.119 Y 1. Voesovuznyy' nauchno-issladovatellekly institut myaeuoy promyehlennstl' B3MIKIY ..-akademik; POZHARISUTA, L.SQ,, kand. biol. nauk; POU)NMU, li.4., kand. tekhn.- nauk; TOM, L.G., kand. eel 'sIwI~iozYR70tvennYkh nauk; KUKRMOVA, L.L.. starshiy nauohrwy sotradniko New methods for utilizing the blood of slaughter-stock as feed. Zhivotnovodstvo 20 no*-5:70-75 W 158 . (MIU 1115) (Blood as food or medicine) (beat industry-By-produots) (Feeding and feeding stuffs) N;.,O'.""akaaemik; iozmrsuY.A. L.S., kand. biol. nauk; POLOIISKAT#, "AWMAQULLU" I L.B., iand. takha. niuk~ TQXkE~ L.G., kand. zootakhn. nauk; - KUKHARKOVA, L.L. Methods of preserving the blood of slaughter animals and using it for fattening swine. DAL Aked. sellkhoz. 23 no. 6:27-32 058. (MIRA 11:7) 1. Vaesoyuznyy naucbno-iseledovatellskiy inetitut myasnoy promyshlemosti. (Blobd--Golleation and Presarvation) (Swine--Feeding and feeding stuffs) MIANIZIT, N.G., akademik; EUWVA, N.N.; BAZARDVA, 1C.:E. Studying changes occur;ring in 335-laboled proteins during therml denaturation. Dokl. a)md. sollkhos. 23 no,9:29-34 158. (MIRL 11: 10) I.Vsosoyuny7 nauohno-iseladevatellskiy institut wyasnoy pro- (Sulphur-Isotopes) (Proteins) DOYAKOV, Mikhail Iudovich, skademik Cdeceasedj;.jMJWx-,I-T,.. N.G., obahchiy red.!; DMITROCHENKO, A.P., prof., doktor ;;VWfcokhjz. nauk, obahchiy red.;,XONDYREV, V.Ye., kand.sel'skokhoz.Wuk,-' obshchiy red.. V radektirovenii prinimali uchastiye: GOLU- BICITSOVA, Yu.V., knnd.sellskokhoz.nnuk, nsu,:hnyy sotrudnik, red. (deceased]; HYSYUTKINA, M.V., kand.seliskokhoz.nauk. nauchnyy sotrud- nik, red.; YUIMOV, F.F., kand. sell skokhoc.naidc, nauchnn* sotrudnik, red.; LUOZEV, S.M., kand.sellakhokhos.nnuk. nauchnn sotrudnik, red.~ BXDNARSKAYA, G.A., red.; BAILOD, A.I., [Selected works in two volume] I-.brannye sochineniia v dvukh tormikh. Moskva, Gos.izd-vo sellkhoz.lit-ry. Vol.l. 1959. 515 p. Vol.2., 1959. 647 P. (MIRA 13:1) 1. Vsesoyuznaya akdemiya sellskokhoz.nauk in. V.I.Lenins (for D'yakov). 2. Deystvitellnyy chlen Veesoyuznoy skademii sel'sko- khozyaystvannykh nauk imeni V.I.Lenina (for Belanlkiy). 3. Vae- soyuznyy nauchno-iseledovatellskiy institut kornleniya sellsko- khozyaystvennykli zhivotnykh (for Golubenteovs, MysyUtkina, Yefinov. Kab02eV). (Agriculture) BELENIKIY, N.G., akademik; POZHARISKAYA, L.S., kand.biologicheskikh nauk; A.G., mladohiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; KMENKO, Te.T., iczh. Properties of the blood plasma and serum of cattle. Truly VNIIMP no.9:104-108 159. (MIRA 13:8) (Cattle) (Blood analysis and chemistry) BELENIKIY N 0 L.B. (Alpha-chymotr7poin; the composition, properties and ' cture of the preparation]kllfa-khimotripain,- sostav, =111f6tva, primenemia i proizvodetvo'preparata. Mo*va, Voes. nauchn.o-ills. in-t miasnoi promyshl.,, 1962. 68 p. (MIRk 16:3) (Uqwtrypain) (Meat industry) BELEWHY, N., akademik Complete utilization of endocrine enzymes raw materials. miss. ind. SSSR 34 no-4:6-11 t63. (NIRA 16:10) BELENIKIYY M.G.. akademik; POLONSKAYA, L.B., starsidy nauchnyy sotrudnik, niuk; ZUYEVA, L.D., aladshiy nauchnyy sotr#dnik Technology of the manufacture of chymotrypsin preparations from cattle pancreas inactive according to the Insulin content. Trudy VNIIMP no.14;99-102 162. (YJRA 16:8) 1. Ru*ovoditell laboratorii Vassoyusnogo nauchno-iseledovatel'skogo instituta maysnoy pro#yshlennosti (for Belealkiy). (Chymotrypsin) akademik; KRYIDVA, N.N., kand. biologicheskikh nauk; --UZAROVA, K.I., mladshiy nauchnyy sotru-inik; SEVOSTIYANOV, B.A., mladshiy nauchrWy sotrudnik; KUZNEKO, Ye.V., inzh. Method for the preparation of W"Ib4-drolyzates from blood proteins and their properties. Trudy VNIMIF no.13t120-144 162. (MIRA 17:5) 1. Eksp. thekh Moskovskogo myasnogo komibinata (for Kuzenko). BELENIKIY, N.G., akaden.ik -----CP-ro-b-1ems of the biological evaluation of the technolcgieRl processes in the u,eat industry] Problema biologichesko- otsenki tokhnologicheskikh priemov miasnoi promyshlennosti. Moskva, Vses. nauchno-issl. in-t miasnoi promyshl., 1962. 22 p. (MIIU 17:8) -': - I - - -. ~~ I :' - - . . . , BELENIKIY, N.G.; BEKKER, R.I. U---- -, Effect of ultraviolet rays on nitrogen balance and urobilin (stercobilin) excretion in chickans. Biofizika 8 no-4:509-512 ,63. (MIRA 17:10) 1. Moskovskiy tekhnologicheskiy institut myasnoy i molochnoy promyshlennosti i Novozybkovskiy gosudarstvennyy pedagogiches- kiy institut. L lcjo85-67 Mr, (1), ACC NRt AT602636S (A) SOURCE CODE: UR/3209/66/000/001/0042/0050 1// 'AUVOR. Dclcnlkiy, N. G. (Academician); ~~i~s., Yu. r. (Candidate of technical sciences); Orlova, T. N. (Engineerr; Kravtsova, A. V. U~jfn-ce-W MG: none TITLE: The effect of ultrasonics on -the process of extraction of biologically active ,substancesi 1 '47 - 1SOURCE: Ukraine. Ministerstvo vysshego i arednego spetsiallnogo obrazovaniya. Hezh- vedormstvannyy respublikanskiy nauchno-tokhnicheskiy sborniki 1966. Akustika i ulltraz- vuk (Acoustics and ultrasonics), no. 1, 42-50 TOPIC TAGS: ultrasonic vibration, ultrasonic effect, cavitation, electrochemical ana- lysis, medicine i ABSTRACT: A literature surve y of the effects of ultrasonic vibration on biological substances is presented. The chief effect is that of cavitation. Ultrasonic chemical 'processes are the result of mechanical forces due to cavitation and electrochemical and photochemical effects due to large electrical forces occurring in cavitation reces-1 ises. If air is present in aqueous solutions, the ultrasonic vibrations form the ac- itive radicals OH, H, and the peroxide H202. The oxidizing action of ultrasonics disap-1, lipears upon boiling the liquid, increasing external pressure or adding a protective sub-~,- Card 1/2 L 10085-67 ACC NRi AT6026365 :stance to the solution. In order to prevent the oxidation of insulin, butyloxyanisol ks used. In the extraction of biologically active substances by ultrasonics, Instan- tancous decomposition occurs in cavitation recesses; Harvey and Loomis have shown that ,a time interval of 1/1200 see is needed to decompose cells. Auler and Woite applied 'ultrasonic vibrations to cancerous cells in vitro and showed that initially the cell nuclei were destroyed, the fragments penetrating into the cytoplasm. Among other works 'discussed were: Tarnochi--the effect of ultrasonics on diffusion acceleration in or- ~ganic layers, Katte and Specht-the extraction of difficult nuclei by ultrasonics, ishropschire-extraction of oils from fish materials, Kusano--the effect of ultrasonics on the pharmacological properties of hormones and vegetative nuclei, and Wolf and Ellpiner--the effect of ultrasonics an the purity of insulin preparation. Some experi- ! .,ental work done on the extraction of insulin from pancreas by ultrasonics was describ- Ied. Here the use of ultrasonics resulted in a greater insulin output, eliminated the meed for secondary extraction, shortened the extraction time to a few minutes, and al- lowed the insulin to preserve its biological activity during acidification. orig.' !art. has: I figure, 1 table. SUB CODE: 06;6~-- SiMk'DATE: none/ ORIG REF: 007 Cord 2/2 0 S/044J60/000/010/013/021 C111/C333 AUTHORs Belenikiy, N.M. TITLEs h problem concerning the trajectories PERIODICALs Referativnyy zhurnal, Matematika, no. 10, 1960, 106, abstract 11744-( Ser.fiz.-matem.p 19599 VYP- 3, 231-239) TEXTs A plane point motion under influence of conservative forces is considered. The Euler equatior~'(projection on the normal) is set up with the aid of the variational principle in the Jacobian form; some simplest examples are considered. [Abstracter's notes Complete translation Card 1/1 2j262 S/122/61/000/006/004/011 0' D244/D301 AUTHORS: Belenlkiy, M.A., Engineer; Layner, V.I., Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor; Petrova* O.A., Candidate of Technical Sciences TITLE: Dright nickel plating with levelling additives PERIODICAL: Vestnik mashinostroyeniya, no. 7, 1961, 37-41 TEXT: This article gives the results of research on the above problem conducted by the TsNlMashdotall. An electrolyte or the following com- position chosen: 250 to 3000 gni/l of nickel sulphate (NiSO 4* 7112O)j 40 to 50 gm1l nickel chloride (NiCL 2 . 61120) and 35 gm/l of boric acid (if3BO3). Subsequently NiCL 2 was replaced by 10 to.15 gm/1 of NaCl, since preliminary tests showed that this change does not affect the quality of the deposit or levelling action. The temperature was maintained at 500C and current density was 4 to 6 A/dM2 except when investigating the influence of these parameters. Coumarin (lactone of o-hydroxycinnamic Card 1/5 23262 S/122/61/000/006/004/011 Bright nickel plating with**. D244/D301 acid, C9H602 ) was tested as a levelling agent, for which ethyl alcohol or glacial acetic acid were used as Bolventso As specimens, pieces of thin sheets of coppert brass And steel in flat and cylindrical-shapes were used. As a criterion of levelling, the formula used by the Czechoslovak Institute for Metals Protection im. Akimov, was adopted. (Eq. 1). where hi And h' - depth of roughness before and after plating. 2 The effect of Coumarin concentration ia-illustrated, 0. 1 gm/l giving maximum levelling. This concentration, however, does not ensure maximum brightness and in choosing the Coumarin contents a compromise between: these two effects must be made. To remove internal stresses and the tendency to pitting of the deposit (caused by Coumarin) other additives must be also used. Higher temperature of the bath tends to reduce internal stresses, but the in- crease of concentrations of such ions as Nil4 ' Na, Mg, Co etc. tends to increase them. According to A.G. Samartsev and Yu. V. Lyzlov (Ref. 7: Vnutrenniye napryazheniya v elektroliticheakikh osadkakh nikelya, Card 2/5. 2 262 -j, S/122/61/000/006/004/011 Bright nickel plating with... D24,1/D301 Trudy 1-y nauchno-tekhnicheskoy konferentsii po voprosam intensifi- katsii proizvodstva i povysheniya kachestva gallvanicheskikh pokrytiy$ Kiyev - Odessa 1956), the increase of the pH value from 6 to 6.1 or 6.2 produces a sharp increase in internal stresses.. Various organic additives influence current consumption and coumarin was tested in this respect. Even small amounts of coumarin were foundto increase deposit hardness. To increase the brightness of the deposit and to reduce internal stresses, 2 gm/1 of para-toluolsulphamide was added which had the best effect with 1.5 gm/1 of coumarin (Fig. 5). Fig. 5. Legend: Effect of coumarin content on the nickel deposit bright - ness 1 - current density of 4 A/dM2. 2 - of 4 to 6 A/dm2. An electric method, worked out by G.K. Potanov and A.T. Sandzherovs- kiy (Ref. 10! ZhFKh, t.XXXII, vyp. 6, 1958), was used for measuring Card 3/5 V~ igq' A I I -0 ,// Z~I I 1 1- 1 45 1.0 1.5 Zo 45 z/j IKOWAYMMU2 AkNOWN PMC. 5. BAKIIIIHe C0IePx2MHS KYUMPIIUI MA MeCK Maxtleaux n0KPMTII9k' J_jj.%0Tjj0CTb. To%& 4 a,*Oxl; 2-6 alulxl. 23262 S/122/61/000/006/004/011 Bright nickel plating with*&* D244/D301 internal stresses. This method depends on measuring the bending of the cathode under the stress in the deposit. To prevent pitting, surface active substances such as sodium lauryl sulphate (0*2 to 1#0 gm/1) or a wetting agent *hich reduces surface tension ta 30 dyne/cm., can be added. On the basis of the investigations made, it can be concluded that: 1) Coumarin has a high levelling action but does riot give a bright deposit and causes a marked increase of internal stress and pitting* 2) Paratoluolaulphamide tn a bath containing coumarin produces a bright and tension free deposit. 3) Addition O'fJR-IO(DwlO, sodium alkyl sul- phate) in the amounL cf 0.07 grn/l ensures absence of pitting. 4) For bright nickel plating with a good levelling actior. the following electro- lyte composition (gin/1) is recommended:.-Nickel sulphate (NiSO 4* 7H 20) 250-300; Sodium chloride (NaCI) 10-15; Horic'acid (11 3BO3) 35; Coumarin 0.8-1.5; P-toluolaulphamide 2; Anti-pitting additive D-10 0.03-0.1; bath working.conditions: temperature 500C; pIf = 4.3 to 5.3; current density 4 to 6 A/dm2; Rate of deposition 1 to 1.5')A/min. There are 7 figures and 11 references: 7 Soviet-bloc and 4 non-Soviet-b!Qc. Card 4/5 2?2,')2 S1 122/6 11/000/00,C)/004/01 I Bright nickel plating with... D2441/0301 The references to the English-lang-oage publicat loll,, read its folloms; Ref. 4. S.A. iVataon, J. Edwjxr&j, Ele~:troplating and M-~talfinishlng vol. 10, no. 5, 1957, p 136i Ref. 8. J.11. Kushner, Tachn. Prog. 45th Annual Convent. Amer. Eltctroplkatei,S. Soe. (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1958) Newark, 1958, 28-32, 158-161. Ref. 9. 0.J. Fishlo(hq~Produrt Finishing' Vol* 11, 19589 nos 39,1.(- , R,&f. ll,~ EA. Sattteht:t, 'Plating', 1958, 45, no. 9. Card 5/5 6ELr--N'K1y, NX- GIBSHVAN, Aleksandr Yevgenlyevic'h; IOUNISYAN, Ashot Isayevich; KONDPAT- CHIONKO, Anatolly Petrovich; YAKOYZZV, Boris Vonifatlyevich; kandidat telchnicheskikh nauk,-redaktor: VLASOV, b.I., kandidat tekhnicheekikh nauk, redaktor; KHITROV. P.L., tekhnicheakiy redaktor. (Principles of planning railroads] Oenovy proaktirovaniia shelesnykh dorog. Moskva, Goo. transp. shel-dor. izd-vo, 1954. 459 p. (Railroad engiuearing) (MLH& 8:2) BELUIM, N.P,, kmadidat tokhaichoskikh wLuk. Widening track spacing on curvo2. Tr&asp. strei. 5 zo*9:25 11 155. (Railroads--Curves) OUAL 9..2) PIT I KIY, M.P. rl%~:~Vvm Review of specification for pl ing work. Trausp. stroi. 6 no.4: 23-24 Ap 156. NIJU 9:8) 1. Glavnyy inshener Giprotranstai. (Railroad engineering) BELINIKIT. N.P., kanaidat tekbnicbaskikb nauk; TASILITN, N.P.. inzhener. Lengthening the receiving and departure tracks is an important element in station reconstruction. Zhel. dor. transp. 38 no.8: 37-41 Ag '56. NLRA 9:10) (Railroads-Stations) I udidat takhnicheakikh uauk. New planning specifications for the electrification of railroads. Blek.i tepl.tiaga. no.~:3-5 MY '57. (MIRA 10:7) (Railroads--glectrification) JOAMISyAN, *shot Isayevich, profe. dokior tekhn. nauk; VIRTSMAN, G.S.6 kand. tekhn. nauk; PMOV. T.I.. )aLnd. teldm. nauk; BIM'KITtI.P., Imnd. tekhn. mmk; ZHITROT, P.A., tekhn. red. [Rnginqering research and construction of railroads] Uynk-lalia i postroika gholeznykh doroge Izd*2qp perer. Moskva, Goo. transp. shel-dor. isa-;vo. Pb.l. (Ingineering research and. planning] li-iskaniia I. proekbirovanis. 1958. 4,66 po (Hiu litio) (RailroaAe-Conatruction) VERTSMN. G.Z.,kwA.tekhn.nauk,- BEMIKIT, N*P*,kandsteUM.n&1* Projected now norms amid standard specifications for planning railroads.. Trans stroi. 9 nool:13-17 Ja"59. (RIBA 12--2) Milroad engi4eering) Imnd.tekhn.nauk Economic aspects of the introduction of electric and diesel traction. Zbel.dor'.tranBp. 41 no-8:25-31 Ag '59. (MIRk 12:12) 1. Glavnyy inzhener Gosudarstvennogo instituta takhniko- eko.qomicheBkil:h izyakaniy i poryektirovaniya zheleznodorozhnogo transporta. (Railroads--J~lectrlfication) (Diesel locomotives) BELENIKIY, N.P., kand.tekhn.nauk; VERTSMAN, G.Z., kand.tekhn.nauk Standards and tecbnical specifications for railroad planning and designing. Put' i put.khoz. 5 no.12:33-35 D 161. (MIRA 15:1) (Railroad engineering) BELENIKIY, N.P. (Moigkva) Develo;ment of the rai2road network of the U,S.S.R. Izv. AN SSM. Energ. i transp. no.5.581-583 S-0 163. (MTRA l6sil) B=NIKIYO N.P.., kand. tekhn. rtauk TeebAical and economic oomparivon of electric and diesel traction. Zbel. dor. trMsP- 45 no.6:17-21 Je 163. (MMA 3-6:7) .1. Glavnyy ingh. Gosudarstvennogo instituta tekhniko-ekonomi- cheskikh inyokaniy i proyektirovaniya zholeznodorozhnogo transporta. (Locomotives) II (Railroads--Cost of operatiol) B 'KIY, N.S. I . r'r. f6mpatation tables; manual for accounting, planning, and financial workers) Schetnys tablitsy dlia khuslaistyennykh vychiolenit; prakti- chaskoe posobie dlis. sohatnykh, planovykh, finansovykh rabotniko7. 3 Ud. Moskva, Goofinisdat, 1950. 66o p. (M12A 7:11) (Ready reckoners) Sbornik zadach i wrazhneniy po khozyaystvenrrm bychisleniyar. (Collection of problems and exercises in economical calmdation) Izd. 4., perer. Moskva, Gostorgizdat, 1953. 180' p. Tables 30. N15 den. W" K. Itcy ve=(54 $tatiati&A-bi 1-.dat&'*- SNO, Vfos6~;r, O&S. 31t 00, M35 rubles. This rn-ain table gives- n-1 to 7S for nzz 100-00'1`999%. Ear-% page contains six columns givLng in all 300 reci- procaaU. It is comptrable %ith the st-andard taNts of W. H. Oakes [Table of the reciproca;s of numbers, Layton, London. (8-65) except that no differences axe given by Belen'kif, There is uQ indication of the sources of the table or the method Qf computation or checkirig. Spot clwc.1-iiiS Oakf=-!-,A%b1e and ' t -.,of' National Bureau 31 nible- a-iedgocah ".r tLe integers fro--n 100100010 -2w,009i rca.14MEW Univ;- T", Mew. York !E/- IEA4V)~' Al, S 1 V5 1 -41 ---41 -1 110~11,1-11H 611.91 It-. ~-, . ~, -A5-3 1 Khcf-.%r-tystven.nyye VtchislenIys I Elementy E;ekhanizirovannogo Uchets: Uchelmik My,- Tekhnil=ov Sovetskoy Torgovli (Industrial ,:cco- ntinC and the Elements of Yachine Calculati ns, By) F.P. Andreyev I N. S. Moskva, Gostorgizdat, l9r,"j. 31h r. Illus. Tables. BELENIKIY, Naten Solomonovich; LYUDSKOV, B.P., red.; ISHKOVA, A.I.. - - 09 V.V., Ccollection of problems and exercises in commercial aritbmatic] Mornik 2adach i uprazhnanii po khoziaistvennym vychisloniiam. 12d.5., parer. Moskva, Gos.izd-vo torg.lit-ry, 1960. 215 p. (KIRA 13:7) (Arithmetic, Commercial) 'KIL-Natan-SolomDuoy1mb; I&KOV, V.I.,; SUROVA, V.A., red.izd-va; SMTAR, S.Ta., (Commercial arithmetic and elements of machine accounting] Khoziaistvennye vychislaniia i elementy mekhanizirovannogo uchata. Izd.2., parer. i dop. Koakwa, Goe.nauchno-tekhn. izd-vo lit-ry po gornomu. delu. 1960. 375 p. (MIRA 13:11) (Arithmetic, Commercial) (Machine accounting) .BUMIKIY. O.M. (Moskva) Grkphie method for plotting trajectories. Izv.AN SSSR.Otd.tekho nauk.Mekh.i mashinontre no.6sl3l-133 N~-D 162. (KM 15zl2) (Trajectorise-Graphic methods) KRIVOVI V.A.; BELENIKIY, P.G. Using DEM eleotric detonators in the Novomoskovskiy gyps= mine. Vzryv. delo no-48/5t27-33 162. OGRA 15:91) 1. Proizvodstvenno-eksperimentallnoye upravleniye tresta Soyuzvzryvprom, (Detonators) (Gyps=) PHASE I BOOK, EXPLOITATION SOV/,6098 Ansonov, V. A., an4 L. A. Paporotokiy, Reiap% Ede. Novoye v aredstvakh i sposobakh vzryvaniya (New-D(I'velopmenis in BlastInT.Ke no 'and Method :,is MOsQow,.Gosgort'ekh1zdat, 196R-. 124 gries: Vzryvnoy lo; Sbornik no. 48/5) Errata P. lip Inserted. 3000 copies printed. -Sponsoring Agency: Hauohno-takhniobeakoye gornoys obahoheetvo. Ed. of Publishing House: A. Ya. Kostonlyan; Teah. Eds.: L. 1. Minsker and Oo Me 1111nakaya. --PURPOSEs The book is ifitanded for mining engInepre, *orkere In scientific researcli and planning organizations,,and!also for teachers and students of mining and technical schools. COVERAM This collection of articles describes now blasting means and mothoft, means of protnting olvotrIo deVonatore from-stray *ourrents, and, Improv6d methods of. short-odelay detonation* Card I/Is -New Developments in.Blasting Means (Cont.) S OV/16 09.8 83OM-B electric igniter; 33fl- B electric igniter cartridge; 33T-2 capped eiectric fus'e; XM-1 and PAR41 safety detonating fuses; AN -165 heat-resis- tant detonatinit fuse; = reinforted detonating fuse; H3=- 58 pyrotechnic ddt~qpating relay. Miroshanskiy, A. S. Electric Detonators for the Salt Industry 19 Moshek, I. M. Instrument for Testing~the Switch of the BUR- 3/50 Condenser 21 Grinberg, D. M. donditions for Failure-Proof Firing of Czech _.DEK Electric Detonators 23 Krivov, V. A., and'4~'. 0. Belen'ki- Use of DEM Electric Detonators at the Novomos ovsk Gypsum Mine 27 Demidyuk, G. P. Delay Intervals With Short-Delay Blasting 33 Card 3/6 AUTHORS: Slavin, M..,--Bele --- 'kiy, S.- SOV/107-58-10-48/55 TITLE: Prolonging the Life of Radio Valves (Prodleniya sroka sluzhby radiolamp) PERIODICAL: Radiog 1958, Nr 109 P 57 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The authors suggest a way of renewing valves and cathode- ray tubes which have lost their emission. A voltage 1.6 times greater than normal is applied to the filament for 5-6 minutes. Card 1/1 BELENIKIY, S. A. PA 18T64 USSR/Xineb and, Mining - Xquipment, Jul 1947 Mineral Industries "Crushing 766tory at Open-pit Mines," S. A. Belenlkiy, Mining Engineer, 1 p "Gornyy Zhurnal" 'Vol CXXI, No 7 Discusses the theories of setting up a Crushing factory at an open-pit mine. 1. 13ELEIT I M, S. A. Eng. 2. USSR (600) 4- Ylining Engineering 7. Removing the overburden by the hydromechanical method. Gor. zhur. no. 10, 1952 9. Monthly List R_f Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, JanUptn-, .1953. UnclassifleA. BELEN, Factory processing gravel and sand in the U.S.A. Mekh. stroi. 15 no.4:30-31 Ap 158. (MIRA 11:5) (United States--Gravel) AtTHORS: Der-Shvarts, G. V.# Belenfki7l.S~. A. SOV148-23-6-11128 TITLEt On the Problem of the Influence of a Chromatic Aberration of the Dis-adjustment Upon the Resolution of a Reflection-electron Microscope (K voprosu o vliyanii odnoy khromaticheskoy aberrataii devusti-rovki na razresheniye otrazhatellnogo elektronnogo mikrookopa) PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Akademii nauk SSSR. Seriya fizicheakaya, 1959, Vol 23, Nr 6p PP 716-718 (USSR) ABSTRACT: In the introduction, the reduction of chromatic aberration by diaphragms in the objective of electron microscopes is mentioned and the interest in the influence exercised by the geometric dimensions of the pole shoes of the objective upon thedis-adjusting-aberration is shown. When calculating the aberrations of the trajectories, four equations are given, which had been introduced in an earlier paper by Der-Shvarts (Ref 1). The magnetio potential between the pole shoes is then investigated and the formulas (6) and (7) are deduced. By differentlation of this equation the axial distribution of induction components is obtained. For different values of Card 1/2 nonmagnetic clearance and of the left-hand channelg values of On the Problem of the Influence of a Chromatic Aberration SOV/48-23-6-ii/2e the Dis-adjustment Upon the Resolution of a Reflection-electron Microscope the axial distribution of induction are then calculated. Calculation of the figures of aberration is dealt withaccording to Gauss# and the results obtained are given by a table. For the purpose of calculating the dispersion from the data given by the table as well as of the quantity characterizing the die- adjustment of the diaphragm two formulas (12) and (13) are given. The influence exercised by the constructional parameters of the pole shoes upon the enlargement is distinctly shown by the data given by the table. There are 2 figures, I table, and 3 Soviet references. Card 2/2 24890 S/109/61/006/008/010/018 4 W19 0 D207/VJ04 AUTITORSt Dor-Shvarte, G.V., Kuohnir, Yu.M. Rozonfolld, L.B., Zayftaam, P-V., Botlonkin, S.V., Trutnova, I.S., Bolenkiy, S.A., Titov, L.A. ------------------- TITLE: Certain problems of reflex electron microscopy PERIODICALi Radiotekhnika i eloktronika, v. 6, no. 8j 1961, 1358 - 1364 TDXT: This paper was presented at the 3rd All-Union Conference on electron microscopy, Leningrad. October 1960. The present arti- cle describes an electron reflex microscope based on the design by Mn. ?Art, A. Martv. R. Sanorto (Rof, 1i 0. r. Aced. Sai. 1955 1 240, 20. 1975 who have shown that by tilting the illumination system by 15 - 200 in a reflex microscope, a good image.may be obtained with small deformation of tteacale and a large useful image area. The main deficiency of such a system in an electron microscope is the chromatic aberration; the aberration can be reduced, by redue- Card 1/5 24890 8/109,/61/006/008/010/018 Certain problems of reflex B207/D304 Ing the diaphragm aperture of the objective which in turn reducee considerably the picture illumination. In the described microscope the increased Illumination was obtained by designing a more effec- tive electron gun and by utilizing a light intensifier. Since the definition of a reflex microscope Is Otermined by the diaphragm of the objective, which means that in an electron microscope the efficiency of the electron gun is determined not by electron bright- nese but by the current density of the sample, several types of gun were investigated; it was found that tTiple electrode guns of spe- cial construction produce a much groater current density than the atandard guns normally used in electron microwcpos. The special feature of such a gun is the conical shape-of the focussing elec- trode. The dependence of current density j at the cross-over. point f 00 of the anode current was determined for electrode angles a o 6 900 and 1200 with depth of penetration h of the tip of the cathode filament (filament di4,0.12 mm) with respect iD the cone apex# as a parameter for maximum current density at U a 60 M The tempera- ture of the cathode was 28009K. The optimum results obtained ara Card 2/5 .seen 24890 S/109/61/006/008/010/018 Certain problems of reflex ... D207/D304 0 shown. For an electrode with angle a = 120 h = 0.5 mm; for m 900 and 600, h = 1.5 mm. For compari?on j f(Ia) is also drawn for the normal electron gun YBIM-100 UrNI-100). in which the tip of the filament is 0.75 mm acove the focussing electrode. It may be that for a = 1200 the current density is increased by approxi- mately 4.6 times with a current of 250 IiA and 7 times with a cur- rent of 500 pA. The electron gun is mounted in the illumination system of the microscope, The gun Is introduced through a jacketed port and can be mechanically rotated through any angle from 00 to 220 measured on a vernier scale. The electron optical magnifica- tion of the microscope is x2500, resolution about 500 A. The au- thors also undertook theoretical analysis of the influence on the finition of imperfect assembly and shape of magnet cores. Since the picture is formed by electrons undergoing considerable decele- rations, the axial deformation of the magnet slots and errors their axial positioning produce a constant magnetic field nea- c~"xia and perpendicular to it. Such a field has analyzIng properties and may introduce chromatic aberration. The evaluation of such ab- errations requires.the determination of the corresponding pertur- Card 3/5 24893 S/109/61/006/008/010/018 Certain problems of reflex D207/D304 ba tion potentials, normally evaluated by Bertein's method. It may be shown, however, tha' this muthod does not determine the exact boundary conditions necessary for solving the problen of the Lapla- ce equation for perturbation potentials. This problem may be solved exactly only wl~en it is assumed that the perturbation is very small. The modified Mathieu functions may be then reduced to the sums of Bessel functions, whose Zerms are multiplied by the para- meter of the Mathieu equatlon. In their analysis the authors con- eluded that there is no general method for evaluating the pertur- bation potentials and used the integral of an ordinary layer to de- termine them in the near axial region. The details of the analysis s/d are not given The poles used had the geometrical form with ratio of 1.5 [Abstractor's note; Symbols d and a hot defined]. The authors also investigated the filter lenses in an attempt to In- crease the resolution of the reflex microscope. In their analysis [Abstractor's notes Details not given] they used the mathematical model of single electrostatic lenses of W. Glaser and P. Schiske (Ref. 13: Optik, 1954# UP 9, 422; 1954,11, 10, 455; 1955, 12, 5, 233) and of R. Radenberg (Ref. 14: J. Franklin Inst. 1948, 246, 4, Card 4/5 S ii 09,16 1 "1C06/0,08 /010/1018 Certain problem of reflex ... D 20 7 / D 5 04 311, 246, 5, 37-) Th nalyais showea (Ab3trw~tor'u notet I)e- tails not Cive,j ih.'t'Ot1",- resolution of the lens 13 basically li- mitod by the fact that non-acaal achromatt-z el*~~trona are being focussed An different Iait,--. 71101 an en,~rgy qprvad of vle~tron.,% of the order of 5-6 ev a background Ia. ~nerrf~,r~- f-.,mea In wh1oh the picture disappears. There are 10 figurp-j. ", Suvllet-bloc and 9 non-Soviet-bloc reference6. The reference!) to t!lc 4 most recent Ungliah-language publications read aa rollowe: M.E. flain'e, P.A.- Einal,ein, Brit. J. Appl. Phy,- 1952, 3. 2, 40; P.A. Sturrock. Pn'_,- 1;s, Trans. Roy Soc. London, A. 1;51.'243, 368, 387; G.D. Archard, J. Scient-Instrum. 1953p 30, 10, 353; R. Ruoenberg, J. Franklin Inst., 1948, 246, 311; 246, 5, 377. SUBMITTE Dt February 70, 1961 Card 5/3 S/109/62/007/001/015/027 D246/D301 AUTHORS: Der-Shvarts, G.V., and Belen'kiy, S.A. TITLE% Investigating the aberration of electronic lens filters PERIODICAL: Radiotekhnika i elektronikap v. 7, no. 1, 19629 126 - 132 TEXT: The aberrations of the so-called electrostatic lenB-filter proposed by Bdrsch have been investigated so far by using inadequa- te methods. The authors use solutions of the equations of traject, ry in two well established mathematical models for this purposeq as- suming that the lens is Used as a projecting lens of electron micro- scopes. Making assumptions about the expected working conditions of such a lensp they derive characteristic data concerning the aberra- tions of the lens 9 which are summarized in Table 1 . where d - half- width of the axial potential distribution; r = 0 for the axi3. Cal- culating the aberration for a point on the axisq the authors assu- med Uv = 35 kV electron velocity and two different sets of condi- Card 1/4 S/109/62/007/.001/015/027 Investigating the aberration of ... D246/D301 tions; losses through the objectp (AUV)max ~= 4.3 V and (A UV)max = 10 V and magnification M = 97.5 X and M = 104 X respectively, Th- results are tabulated. The approximate radius of chromatic aberra- tion of position for the cases are (5 cap)max /M -,~6900 and 289000 A respectively. Por the second Bet of conditions the aberrations for off-axis points were also calculated along 2 trajectorieso Results for geometrical and ohromatic aberration are given in tables. The authors' conclusion is that chromatic aberrations of lens filters are quite large. The geometric aberrations for off-axis points are also too large. Hencepthe use of lens filters in reflection micro-- scopy lacks perspectives,, They may be used In illumination micros.- copy as intermediate lenses, if losses in the object are small. There are 3 figuresy 5 tables and 10 references2 5 Soviet-bloc and 5 non-Soviet-bloc. The reference to the English-language publica- tion reads as follows; R. Rftdenberg, I. Prankling Inst.9 1948, 2469 3229 377. SUBMITTED: Jime 19, 1961 Card 2/V 1. BELENIKIYI S. I. 2. USSR (60-)) 4. Pbysics and ~hthematics 7. Shower Processes in Cosmic Rays, S. I. Eelentkiy. ~Moscow-Leningrad, State Technical Press, 1948). Reviewed by L. D. Landau, Sov. Kniga, No. 11, 1948. 9. 4W Report U-3081, 16 Jan. 1953. Unclassified. KRUMH, Mikhail III ich. ' reteenzent.; FRYANICHNIKOV. V.P., retsenzents; fi~~ICH, Te,I., red,; KWAN, T.T., tekhn. red. CRepairing and sasemblivC textile machinery) Remont i montath tkatskogo oborudovaniias Moskva, Goes neuchno-tekbno izd-vo lit-ry po legicai promyshl., 1958. 342 p. I (HrP 11:11) (Textile machinery--Maintenance and repair) LABUTIN, Aleksandr Lukich; SAGALAIW, G.V., red.; BMENIKIT, S.I., red.; ZAZULISKAYI, V.P., ,-A;' ~-- ~~ (Corrosion and corrosion control of equipment used in the production of organic acids and their derivatives] Korrosiia i sposoby 2aghchity oborudovanila v proisvodetva organicheakikh kielot i ikh proizvodnykh. Pod red. G.A.Sagelaevae Noskvat Gos.nauchno-takhn.izd-vo khim.lit-ry, 1959. 184 p. (Korroxiia* v khimicheskikh proizvodetvakh i sposoby sashchity, no.13) (NIRA 12:11) (Acids, Organic) (Corrosion and anticorrosives) IXTY, Simon JAAk-QV-iah,- KMKH,-M.I., prof., retsenzent; KATS, N.V., dots&p spetse red.; MIZERI, A.A.9 dote., spets. red.- KALININA, N.M., red., SHAPRIKOVA., T.L., tekhn. red. [Handbook on the maintonance and repair of textile wachiner7~ i--Xormation on materials used for the manufacture and repair of textile maehinery, on the reconditioDing of parta, allowances and fittings] Spravochnik po remontu tekstillnoga oborudovanila- sve.. denlia o materialakh, primeniaeLVkh pri izgotovlenii detalai I re.- monte tekstilInykh mashin, o vosstanovIeni-I datalei, dopuskakh i posadkakh. Moskva, Izd-vo nauchno-4aUn. lit-ry RSFSR, 1961. 'iT7 p. (MIRA 34: -u.) (Textile machinery-Maintenance and repair) BELENIKIY, Simon Isaakovich; KATS, N.V., retsenzent; SME1NWT-,-M-.D., red. (Increasing the service life of parts in the modernization and repair of textile equipment) Povyshenie dolgovechnosti detalei pri modernizatsii i remonte tekstillnogo oborudova- niia. Moskva, Ivi-vo "Legkaia industriia," 1964. 366 p. (V.IRA 17:7) BEU',IIIKIY S I starshiy prepodavatell Machine parts made from metal reinforced plastics. Tekst. prom. 25 no.5:65-69 My 165. (MIRA 1WO 1. Inatitut usovershenstvovaniya inzhenerno-tekhnicheakikh rabotnikov i rukovodynahchikh rabotnikov Gessularstvenno6o komiteta legkoy prorWahlennosti pri Gosplane SSSR. BRWIKIY, S.I. --0 Hydrolypia of hard wood wastes at the Lobva Hydrolysis Plant. Gldroliz. i lasokhim.prom.10 no,1:17-20 157, (RUA 10.-W 1*VeeeoMn" nauebio-iseledovatellskiy'inatitut gidrolisnoy i sul0fitno- spirtovoy promyshlennosti. (wood waste) (Hydrolysis) BELMIM, S.I.; KLIMTA. 2.1. Processing cotton stalks by means of bydrolyals. Gidrolls.i. Issokfilmeprom, 13 no.1:7-10 160. (MM 13:5) 1. Neuchno-issledovatellskiy institut g1drolionoy i oullfitno- spirtavoy proVehlonnoati. (Uzbekistan-Zotton) (Hydrolysis) BELENIRIY S.I.; KLIMOVA, Z.K.; SHPUNTOVA, M.Ye.; CHEM-tUKHIN,, I.K. Rapid contUmous inversion of pentose hydrolyzates. Gidroliz. i lesokhime prom. 14 noo7:25-27 161, (MIRA 14:13.) 1. Nauchno-iseledovatellskiy institut gidro3.iznoy i sullfitno- snirtovoy promyshlennosti (for Belenlkiy, KLimuva Shpuntova). 2. Perganskiy gidrol.Ltnyy zavod (for Cheremukhini. (Pento,ges) (Hydrolysis) RIVKINA, Kli.l.; FISHER, -'~-TNINA, N.V. Peat hydrolyaiz) and obtairing feed yeasts on a base -.11 peat hydrolyzates. Trudy Kal. torf. J-nst. no.13:108-117 163. (141M 17:12) PAIKOOVKO, O.F. 24(7) ~ 3 PHASS I BOOK ZVLOrTATION 3W/1365 L-voy. VnIversytat NAUA61Y X V60401uln*60 00"ththWIS Do spoktrookopil. t. It XOj4XQy&rtW& 0Lpekt--)Wipir% (Papers Qf the 10th All-ftion Conferenco on 3psctr1jA*4p7. Val. It NoXecular Spoetroadopy) [Livoy) Xxd-vo L-voyakogo unlv-tA, 1957. 499 9. 4 000 dopi*S printed. (3eriesi Its% nx7dum abirArk, vyp, Additional Sponsartv4 Agttwt Akad*virs rAuk WSR- Kowls&Lyz po vooktroskopli. FA.t closer, S.T..g Toah. TA.s 3aranyuk. T.V-j Editorial Boar4s Lwr4atorg# 0,3,0 AWeaiolan (Roop, Ed, D64:6406), Reporent, B.S, Doctor of Physical and YAthematleal Soleness, UbellnskLy I.L. Dootor or Physleal and mathtmatical Selena 6, FAUTSkInt. 4.A.. "tar or Physloal and KatbAmatleal 3aisnasm. Kormitsicty, V.G.. Candidate or Technical Soleness, ft7skly, S.M., Candidat of Ph7sloal "A mathamatical 3010=4:, nia"okly, L.K. Cftlat: .' .3 S.Lm. . MilLyanah-Ak, V.3. CAWl"16 Or Ph781,341 " N&'-WVAtIC&I 301011444 and Olaubormanp A. Yo., Cox4ldsto of Physioal AM Kathematleal fialonaos. c4z4 1/30 Babushkin. A.B.1 A.V. Vwarov. and L.A. Ignat'rovs. Infrumd 3poetroseopla Study of the Adsorption &rd aurfmog Rotations of Ithyl WA lkthyl Aloohole an Alwatiam Oxide 161 314*rav, A.M. Study of Adsorption on Porous Glass t r& by PW&Ax of Infrared Absorption Spoo 'k1 ka.j M. Ye. Kazanaka". ot &I- SP*Otr*- -B*j T, _ m otomtria Study of Vat 3019 ;g 170 Sidarow T.A., wd N.N. Sobolev. Isotopic M~U% In A id A It th L4;;g S f B i o or c o o d pectrum o , &P ftruatum IT6 &*ynker, Tn. M. 3peotra NO Tautomorlm Of AGYI'Lttd Flotera4myollo AnLrAg ISO Postavoldy' 1. Y&. Yu M. Shoynkor. and N.P.Warimma. Spootro"oplo sW'Y*-f 9--v-71-rlaos- I W I I / /) -, - -I , GOVITARD, Ya.L.; TATTS, B.Z.; BELINNIKIY, L.I. A new method for the s7nthesin of.macrocyclic compounds. Preparation of alicyclic compounds from tLophene derivatives. Izv. AN SSSR Otd. khim. nauk no.10:1262-126$ o 157.. . - (MIRA 11:3) 1.Institut organioheakoy khimii im. N.D. Zelinskogo AN SSSR. (Alic7clic compounds) (%14iaphene) GOLIDPARB, Ya.L. (Mockva); (Mosicva). Transannular effect In m&crocyclic compounds. Usp. khim. 26 no.3. 362-387 MY '57. (MLRA 10:8) (Macromolecular compounds) le lell" I A-e /,:* i / BRINNIKIY KAZANSKAYA, M.Ye.; YAVORSKIY, B.M.; KAHEMSKIT, V.D. Spectrophotometric analysis of leuco esters (with summary in English). Zhur.fiz.khim-31 no-7:1564-1572 Jl '57. (MIRA 10:12) 1.'Institut khlopchato-bumashnoy promyshlennosti, Koskva. (Spectrophotometry) (Esters) BXMIXIY..,Wvig losifovich; LIPATOV, S.M., reteenzaint-, ILTUMUM. 8&T., red.; MUMI, X~T*, tekhn. red, [Theory of dyeing and experienee with its praotical gpplication3 Toorila krasheniia i opyt ee prakticheakogo primeneniia. No Goo. nauchno-tekhn* iad-vo lit-ry po legkoi prouqshl., 1958. V* (Was and d~veing) (MM-, IIS7) BELENIKIY L BROMBERG, T.V.- KAUNSKAYA, M.Ye. 0 Spectrophotometric method of quantitptive analysis of the interaction'between dyevand-textile~fibers. Nauch.-isel, trudy TSNMBI 2a 1958 g23-15-xU3, (HIRA 16W (Dyes and dyeing-Teitile fibers) (Spectrophotometr7) BEIENIKIYP L.I.; BROMBI-MG, T.V.; KAZANSKAYA, M.Te. Radiochemical oxidation of,vatsol dyes. Nauch,-issl,trudy TSNIKHBI za 1958 gsl23-1". (HIPA 16A) (Dyes and dyeing-Chemistry) '"Vork in the Field of Dyestuff Absorption Spectra." report presented at the Section on Colloid Chemistry, VIII Mendeleyev Conference of General and Applied Chemistry, Moscow, 16-23 March 1959. (Koll. 'Zhur. v. 21, No. 4, PP. 509-511) BELENIKIYJ L. I.., Doc Tech Sci (dies) -- "Investigation of the pbysicochemical pr.operties of vat and sulfur dyes". Moscow, 1959. 24 pp (Min Higher Edue LGO, Moscow Textile Inst), 150 copies (KL, No 25, 19`9, 131) re TERBITBUTA, teenzento YeOM.. red.; SU"HKOVA, T.A.4 -~-skhn.rsd. .[Automtic control and regulation of technological processes In the finishing industry) Avtomatichaskil kontroll I regalirovanis takhnologichookikh protsessov O'tdolochnogo proizvodstva, Moskva, Gos.uauchno-tekhn.izd-vo RSrSR, 1960, 137 P, (HM 14t4) (Textile finishing) (Automatic control) ;-him RUWAWSEVA) L.P.., mladshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; BLINOV, V.A.., starshiy nauchnyy sotrudaik; BELENIXIY,, L.Ig,, prof. Effect of twctilefinisbes on the,solling of textile materials. Tekst.prom. 22 hloAs64-67 Ag ~~162. 15; 8) 1. Nauchno-iseledovatel Iskiy institut organicheskikh poluproduktov i krasiteley (for Ruraantseva, B33mov). 2. Voesoyuznyy zaochnoy institut tekstilinoy i legkoy promyshlennosti (VZITLP) (for Beleulkiy). (Textile_finishing) GOLIDFARBv YA.L.; TAYTSp S.Z.; 13ELENIKIYp L.I. New method of synthesizing macrocyclic compounds. Report W6.4: Ef .of the length of-aliphatic chain on the character and yield of the products formed in the intramolecular acylation of t0 -(2-thienyl)alkanoic acid chlorides. Izv.AN SSSR.Ser,khim. no.8: 1451-1460 -Ag 163. (MIRA 16:9) 1. In stitut organicheskoy khimii im. N.D.Zalinskogo AN SSSR. (Acids, Fatty) (Cyclization) KON KOVY Alekf-:ey lvanovich; ZELIDIN', Yully Ritfailovic~$. KUPGIN, Yurly Mikhaylovich; KOZLOVSKIY, Sergey Dinitriyevich; KONIKOVA, Mayya Borisovna; LUM'.117OV, Fonstantin Dmitriyevioh; BEELMMIKlY L. I r(Asenzent; ABR-it.1-1011, S.A., ret:;enzent; i" serizent; .-I'lDIRTSEV, S.L., ratsenzeni.; VERMSKAYA, Ye.M.., rod. [Equipment for tho firisldng opera-%Ions in the textile industry] Obc:rudcvani.o otdolcebnogo pr*i~vcxistva tekstill- noi pron7shlennosti. Moskva., Legkaia industrAla, 417 p. (NUIA .18:1) KARAYEV, A.I.; BELENIKIYv L.I. Mechanism of the central regulation of interoceptive metabolic reflexes. Zhur. vyo. nerv. deiat. 15 no.6:1055-1062 N-D 165. (MIM 1~ - 1) 1. Sektor fiziologii AN AzerSSR, Baku. Submitted August 1, 1N. BELEWK1Y Semen Isaakovich; KAIASBIKOVA, L.V., red. [Increasing the durability of gear wheels used in the industrial equipment of enterprises of light industry3 a manual] Pcvyshenie dolgovechnosti zubchatykh koles obonidovani-18. predprilatii legkoi promyshlennosti; uchabnoe posobie. Moskvaq Legkaia industriia, 1964. 35 P. (MIRA 16:5) EELENIKIY, Semen Isaakovich; L.V.~ red. [Increasing the durability of bearing parts used in the industrial equipment of1dght'industry; a manual] Fovy- ahenie dolgovachnooti podshipnikovylt datalei oborudovanlia legkoi promyshlennosti; uchebnoe posobie. Moskva, Legkaia industriiaf 1964. 61 p. (KM 18:5) ------------ ... ...... .... now ACC NR% AP7004789 SOURCE CODE: UR/0413/67/000/001/0122/0122 INVENTOR: Balezin, S. A.; Aronson, Yu. P., teleaLkiy. S. ORG: none TITLE: Method of inhibiting the corrosion of ferrousimetals in acid solutions. Class 48, No. 190167. [announced by the All-Union Chemical and Pharmeceutical Scientific Research Institute (Vaesoyuznyy nauchno-issiedovatel'skiy khimiko- farmatsevticheskiy institut)] I ~ - SOURCE: Izobreteniya, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovar~yye znaki, no. 1, 1967, 122 TOPIC TAGS: -=mewl coXrosion protectio , vm== corrosion inhibitor 19eiD 0ORROZ.'e'Ll. 1"CA-C0900r6o M E4,94 ABSTRACT: This Author Certificate introduces a method of inhibiting the corrosion of ferrous metals 'in acid solutions, according to Author Certificate no. 162738. To improve the degree of protection *against corrosion, derivatives of mercaptoimidazolp are added to the acid solution In the form of granules containing stearic acid and propargyl alcohol.. (AZI SUB CODE: 13/ SUBM DATE: none LC~wd 2.11 _UDCt 620,197.3 ARONSON, fu.P.,- BELEN'KIYj S.M. Inhibitors of carbon steel corrosion in diluted sulfuric acid. Zashch.met. 1 no.lzl25-130 Ja-F 165. (MIRA 18;5) 1. Vaesoyuzny7 nauchno-issledovateliskiy fiziko-farmatsevticheski3r inatitut. 31770 S/056 61/041/006/009/054 B108 B138 AUTHORS: Baranov, S. A., Samoylov, P. S., Rodionov, Yu. F., Belenikiy, S. N., Piroahkov, S. V. TITLE: The energy levels of the U232 nucleus PERIODICAL: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fiziki, v. 41, no. 6(12), 1961, 1740-1747 TEXT: To clearing contradictions in data on the U 232.1evels the authors studied the decay of Pa232, which was obtained by irradiating Ps.231 with slow neutrons. The measurements were made with a magne~tio double-focusing P-spectrometer and a r-scintillation spectrometer. Four new gamma transitions with energies 147, 236, 280, and 1150 kev have been discovered. On the basis of the P-spectrum, conversion electron spectrum, and t-speotrum, certain data on the gamma transitions in U232 have been VK obtained (Table 3). It was not possible, however, to establish a complete level scheme. EO transitions were found between the levels 0 + --*0'* and 2 1 Card 1 Z 31770 S/056/61/041/006/009/054 The energy levels of the... B108/B138 22 -0-21, The experimental results agree with theoretical predictions. Mention is made of A. S. Davydov, G. P. Filippov, V. S. R6stovskiy, and A. A. Chaban (ZhETF, lit 440, 1956; Nucl- Phys., .9-0, 499, 1960). G. V. Shishkin, A. A. Arutyunov, and Yu. A. Dmitriyev are thanked for help. There are 4 figures, 3 tables, and 13 references: 7 Soviet and 6 non-Soviet. The two most recent references to English-language publications read as follows: J. Perlman. Proo. Intern. Conf. on Nucl. Structure, Kingston, Canada, 1960, P. 547; S. Bjdrnholm et al. Bull-Am. Phys. Soo., 6, 239, 1961. SUBMITTED: June 21, 1961 Le end to Table 3: (1) energy of the r-transitions, kev, (2) experiment, (31 theory for, (4) theory, (5) multipolarity of the f-transition, * theoretical values of the internal conversion coefficients on the K and L shells taken from Ref. 6 (L. A. Sliv, I. M. Band. Tablitsa koeffitsienty vnutrenney konversii izlucheniya, part 2, Izd. AN SSSR, and part 1, Izd. AN SSSR, 1956). ~Itheoretical values of the internal conversion coefficients on the M shells taken from Ref. 7 (M. E. Rose. Internal Conversion Coefficients, Amsterdamq 1958). Card 24 -Z "111120. B/056/62/043/004/002/061 B102/B186 AUTHORSs Baranov, 3. A., Kulakov, V. M.# Belen'kiy. 5..N. 'j P39 TITLE: Fine structure. of PU .c2.10- . The 5495.0 kev o~-erouprof Pu 38 vias taken as a s.t.andard. J01re than 20 r4-groups of low inie6sity were -found, some beAng complex. lhe nuclear level scheme (Fig. 21 sae constructed from the data gd.t in five series of tests (rk~particle energy, intensity, forbiddennessq 'lqvel energy).' Apart frominitial determinations of level characteristics, iB43t of.thev~-groups mentioned were here observed for.the first time. A now rotational band 5/2+ [63~j is assumed to exist. The *(-transition to the u235 ground state could not be separated from the ce-l-transition to the 0 Uard 1 06 1 S/056/62/043/004/002/061 /00 21 Fine structure of ... B10?/D186 ?35( trana iti Otl to isovieric stite of U T.1~2-._ 26 min, 1 /2 + 1/2F631]). An,4-transition to 6 kev - ,as found by liewton (Rual. Phys. 39' 345, 1957) a levol of -4 (,/2 e345 19 57~ v;as not observed. The level ncheme of Fig. 2 is assumed to be still In s tj I In roups lh '1ve a t complete, r~s some -w_-Croups such as: the 49a8, 4873, and 4830 groups hqve at least tAo compononts. Thcre are 2 figures and I table. Card 2/ BAMOV, S.A.; KUIAKOV, V.M.; BEISNIIIIY2_S-N- Fine structure of Pa239 k-radiation. Zbur. eksp. i teoro fiz, 43 no,4tW5-1139 0 162, , (MM& 15:11) (plutonium) (Alpha rayo) 7 Cate&ry : MiR/iuciear Mysics Elementary Particles C-3 Abs Jour : Ref Zhur - FizikiL, No 1, 1957, No 451 Author ; Belen'kiy, S.Ye. and Rozentall, I. L. Inst : Phys. inst.-,-UM Read. of Scienees Title : On the Annihil ion of Anti-Nucinons with Formation of Stars Orig Pub, : Zh. eks~erim. i teor. fiziki, 1956, 301 No 3., 595-596 Abstract : The Fermi statistical theory is used to calculate the probability of formation of a different number of 11--mesons during the anmthilatioll of a slow anti-nucleon by a klUeledwa. Thd.calzulation results are given for cases vhen the isotopic spin is T =1 and T - 0. The most probable Valu,e is approximately 3 -- 4 at T =1 and: appr oximately 4 at T = 0. The distribution of the formed masons by charges is calculated and included in the article (for the case n > 3). Card 1/1 e BILENIM, S.Yu., aote. ~- Concirning P.P. Obnorskii's article *Irperience in planning the operation,of'the aistrict hospital In a city*. Zdrav. Roo. 7eder. 3 no.3-.33-34 Mr 139. (MM 12:4) (MBGOW--HOSPITAIIS) (decease4~; FRADKIN, Ya.S. ~: - ~ - - -, ~, ~,-. . r Turbulent mixing theory. Trudy Fiz. inst. 29:207-2',18 '65. (MIRA 18:8) B= ry v N11a. v -.1 ~ Riminate superfluous expenditure of labor. Sots.trud no.1:66-68 Ja 156. (Petroleum industrr) (wages) (KWA 9:7) BZLEMIKIYI~5--- New wage scales in the petroleum'and gas Industries. Sots.trud. 4 no.7:52-58 Jl 159. (MRA 13:4) (Gat; industry) (Petroleum industry) ANTOSHINA, N.V.; ASTAFIYEV, G.V.; BABKRI, S.I.; i'PTAVINI. N.F.; BELM41KIY,j,A.; BZ.~CEZIN, I.P.; BOBRC.. U.S.; 'VOD(dv_,' A'.M.; GRITWAII, Yu.Ya.; KUKUSHKIN, L.I.; PERzi-ELKIN, V.P.; PETROVA, N.P.; GESEUVICH, A.M., red.; DEKHTYARI, Ye.G., red. (New surgical apparatus and instruments; a practical manual for physicians, students of senior courses at medical insti- tutes and surgical nurses] Novye khirurgicheskie apparaty i instrumenty; praktichoskoe rukovodstvo dlia vrachei, studen- tov starshikh kursov meditsinskikh institutov i operatsion- nykh sester. Yoskva, Meditsina, 1964. 253 p. 041RA 18:3) BUMIftY, V.I.. inchener. The b-281 self-prooblled auction dredge. Melch.stroi. 10 no.6:3-6 Je 153. 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