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UMOVICH, M.B.t k&nd.bioj.naukj_BMNSHCHIKGVq L.D. (Biolinshchykaup. X~.Dj Effoot of pbytonoides on subordinative chron~v. V;stsi AN BSSR. Ser, biialb hav, no,3:61-65 160, (MIA 14: 1) (PHITONCIDES) (CHRONAXU) Atomic energy and its application. Sofia 1946. 32 P. NN Litrol,~cin in-i'Lsokia, a lieur net"Oel for 12, 1, 195" UMMAdicine. - Proteins jan serum "Physiology of Protein Nutrition of Animals," Ac&d N. 0. Belen'skiy "Dok,v-s Ak BelkhoZ N&Ue NoLl' pp 3-11 Investigates intravenous introduction of "VNS" spe- f5c cies nonspecific serum (modified blood serum of cattle vhich has been made nonspecific and can be Safely introduced into circulation of other ani- Mal , including humans) as a source of protein nu- tr1tion, by a series of tests on dogs. Finds sub- Ject injection is completely assimilated vithout i65T44 - UMOOdicine Proteins (Contd) IJan1 50 IOSS in course of a few days both vben gnimen has proterin deficit, and vhen it has sufficient protein. In latter case protein reserve is formed. Endogenic decomposition of protein is' stopped during a few daqv folloving injection. Includes seven tables. Submitted 1 Dec 49. 16T44 *go*,** ales 0 0 eogio 0. U U 11 0 j0 v 41 4w u 61 0 it cm a a-CVb "OllwimitSM3 I "M14111 IVIA94411wil v I Ia I v 0 or on 11141%U!- J." u1 aInIll U! I- f-ISM aKI Innmr fluanlasTplaul P41 1,31tilp Saimmm:1, I "I-arW.,qj o0., lr~u Sum I rw xtmj It ASA.% 'AMP %112 Uj3j%UjH-aWVfj v IF41 Zl.n it! *UtAtKtW Iq 11 '"jqjjVj% UI"IUI"lb "U !IVllI.,llv '1% 10 a"t" sun I ul lu w *Yst ri-Orit 9 s '11) 'r 0- A."Ill I *.I 'list 3wil(I JUIAO~j p6l lifell IF a* 1" n as 30 ft --.f -,r If -- IFa Ab Tr ~ OVI t.) IELEMKIY) S., and WAM, A. D. "Density Fluctuations and Light Scattering in Bose-Einstein and in Fermi- Dirac Gases." Uchenye Zapiski, Moskovsk;y Ordena Lenina Gosudarstvennyi Universitet imeni M. V. Lomonosova, Fizika, 11PW 1944) Vol 74. pp. 59-66. Moskov Ordena Lenina Gosudartvennyi Universitet imeni M. V. Lomonosov. Abstract: Math. In a Bose-Einstein gas the light scattering strongly increases when the temp. Is lowered to near the condenstition point. This criterion may be applied to He U. KRIVITSKIT, A.B., iuzh.; BE -1SqY, S.A., inzh. Assuring a year-round supply of Inert building materials in Siberia. Stroi.prom. 35 no.9:22-24 S '57. (MIRL 10:10) (Siberia--Gravel) -ACCESSION NR: AP4033098 S/OIZO/641000/OOZ/001910021 ~AUTHOR: Dernirkbanov. R. A.; Pokashin, 0. IF.; Belensov, P. Ye. lAkheidne', Ge TITLE; Heavy-current injector of hydrogen Ion'i SOURGE., i Fribory* i tokba" e~sperimentx, no. 2, 196404 19-21 TOPIC TAGS: injection. ion* injection, hydrogen ion Injection, heavy current ion i4i3ction ABSTRACT: A new hydrogen-lon injector (whose development is claimed to have been completed in 1959) operates continuously at a drawing voltage 50 kv or mlower. The system us as a magnetic -type are plasma source with os cillating electrons. -The following operating 'data is reported: ion-be&m. current, 27S ma at 45 kv (drawing); beam. diameter at Z50 cm, from the source, 5 cm; aperture Of t~e converging beam, Z.SX16-'; beam directivity,j ac]3i-L C%rren't of the h-V I Crd ACCESSION NR: AP4033098 source, 500 ma; gas pressure in the a our ce in the cathode r egion. 3 x 10 torr; same, in the "intermediate -;electrode -anode" region,* 6 x 16-4 torr; arc voltage 220 v; arc current, 12 amp; magnetic field of the sonrce, 600 oerst; magnetic field of the principal focusing Ions, 1. 500 oerst; magnetic field of the.,auxiliary lens, 220 oerst. "The authore,thank Yuo Vo Flarsanovo To L Gutking NO -I*'-' Leont'yev, and G. I. Bolislavskaya for their participation in the initial phase of the project; I. A. Chukhin for design work; and A. M. Abxi:tn4dze, A. A. practical help with the project. Orig Kolodub, and So I. Filatov f6r their art. has: 4 figures and'l formul ASSOCIATION; Fimiko-teklmicheskiy institut GRAE SSSFt (Physico-Technical GKAE SSM) Institute, SUBbUTTED: 28Apr63 DATE ACQ. iimay64, IMCL: 00 SUB CODE: NS ~'NaAEF_SOV. 003 OTHER: 002 Card 2/2 AR t /-EWX(W)4 2 Attts-SION,-.1M.-~ AP 5 0 0 0-8-3 4 S /005 7, 64 034/01212 2(- Tt~ IL AUTHOR: .-Belenaov, P ye 4.* Kapin A.'Tol.'Plylitto tITLE., Insitabilfty 61. current in a e pa .ra ,ti6n:of.charg ad particles I rom Plasma Zhu Irnil -tek hn'ieheskoy 11 r Lk L v 34 no. 12, 1964,-2120-2-128- TOPIC-TAGSt pl-asma, laima ins tab i I i ty,.' plasma flow, plasma.relaxa- P tion oscillation, charged-,particle separation ABSTRACT:- S ome'. re a u I t&- -a re"'Pre a ent*ed of experimerital investigations ef'stability conditions in a: a -- --iff, e' unde I~thi , P~asma f-lowing from n or c ' r a- -,action of an alectric field,. ~Specifically, the (~asc of the separation of.the 'electronic conponent from p~aama-,is-described. ~Some, data con- -O'f th'a 96paratien of the ionic components .hb, 0 -.,an Ii t44 a a n --d m a -250 t - oltarea up- t 6 -v.- Two -Orf~ he ranga'.-of 25 'to f i rs Pf variOle. A m e ro'm 0'.." 5 - to .214 5 *, dm) and the secon-d', with', a fixed diameter of 14 imm, :'could be . pu t under a Voltage difference. -Carel 1/3 Mum 6(4) o6216 SOV/10-59-6-10/50 AUTHOR: Belentsev, S. (UA2KAW), Master Radio Amateur TITLE: At the Group Radio Station PERIODICAL: Radio, 1959, Nr 6, p 7 (USISR) ABSTRACT: The author gives a brief report on the activity of the group radio station UA2KAW which is well-known to ama- teurs in the USSR and abroad and of which he is the leader. Recently, the station UA2KAW worked mainly in the 10 and 14 m range. Only a few Soviet radio amateurs use these frequencies as well as the 80 m range. On cer- tain days, no European radio station may be heard in the 14 m range, while some dx working with a ocnsiderable intensity does not receive a sinGle call, Obtaining such a dx contact in the 20 m range would be much more diffi- cult because of the great number of radio amateurs try- ing to establish dx calls. Card 1/1 BOBROVNIXOV, G.A., dotsent, Imud.tekhn.nank; IWLEVZSOVA, N.A., inzh.; BOLILYY, M.M.. tnah. Molybdenum disulfide as a new lubricant for light industry machin- ery, jzvavys,uchebqzav*; tekholegeprom. no.2:105-110 159. (MIRA 12:10) t 1. Kiyevskiy tokhnologichaskiy institut legkoy promyehlennosti. (Molybdenum sulfide) (Machinery--Lubrication) POWSUKHIN, N.A., kand.tekhn.nauk dote'.'; )81;4ENTSOVA, N.A., inzh. Reinforcemont of winding machine parts worn out by thread friction. Izv.vys.ucheb.sav.; tekh.lng.prom. no-5:156-159 159, MRA 13: 4) 1. Kiyevskiy tekhnologicheskiy institut Ingkoy promyshlonnosti. Rekomendovana kafedroy takhaologii metallov. (Protective coating) (Textile machinery) BELEM Ye I doktor takhn, nauk; KILIMNIK) L.Sh., inzh. I =U Performance of prestressed steel beams during the development of plastic deformations. Prom. stroi. 42 no.5t29-34 165. (KMA 18: 8) PA 27T21 BEL,.IIYA,Lv,. I-..- I - %.-� . I I.., Eeleriya, Ye. 1. fll~ho steel --*'v,-r.F~,,.-,Drk c-' heai~.- J-.~Custrlal 11'11-1----~Ililll-i iw nF, nl~'. methods of crane equi rent", Sbornik trudlov (Ilos~-.. iiizh-stroit. in-t ir . N'0. (), 1948, p. 42-65. SO: U-3261, 10 April 53, (Letopis 'Zhurnall Inykh Statey, 17(). 12, 191 Cf 4 th"t VIC Frizes for :or hov'r Arz, "L,2& Construati or,- -.qgine~-ring ilotc,31 Constl'ucll0n" tut, V.V. Ku~(Oyzhev -n) insti str (t,-,xtbook, _n,i -,Jitic Geniy-,V, A.Ii. B,lain, V.A? B.Aenyaly 1'esoig, Tubin, X' SOV/1 Z4-57-8-9530 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Mckhanika, 1957, Nr 8, p 136 (USSR) AUTHORS: Belenya, Ye. I., Khokharin, A. Kh. -------------------------------- TITLE: A Study ot the Stress Distribution in Steel Columns Subjected to an Eccentric Load of the Type Created by a Crane (Izucheniye naprya-, zhennogo sostoyaniya stallrvkh kolonn pri zagruzhenii ikh vnetsent- renno prilozhennoy kranovoy nagruzkoy) PERIODICAL: V sb.: Issledovaniya po stallnym konstruktsiyam. Moscow, 1956, pp 97-157 ABSTRACT: The stress distribution in the stepped composite I-beam steel col- umns forming a part of the bents of industrial shops is investigated for a case wherein the columns are supporting a crane, the crane rep- resenting an eccentric vertical load upon them. In their investigation hereof the authors take into account the axial stresses X , the normal stresses VV [sic'. Probably intended to read Yy. Tr. A Note.] (per- pendicular to the axial stresses), the tangential stresses Xy I and the local stresses. All the stresses in the columns are considered as fall- ing within the elastic range. The bending-moment distribution curve Card 1/5 resolves into two distribution curves, and the investigation of a column SOV/1 Z4-57-8-9530 A Study of the Stress Distribution in Steel Columns Subjected to an Eccentric (cont.) as a frame member reduces to the investigation of a cantilever-type column. Th.- authors dissect the I-column into free bodies consisting of the web and the semi- flanges and then substitutes the balancing interacting forces at the. dissection sur- faces to maintain the equilibrium of the respective elements. This makes, it possi- ble to reduce the problem of analyzing a column into the three separate problems of the generalized plane-stress distribution in the column's web and flanges. Each of these three problems is solved with the aid of a suitably selected stress function and suitably selected boundary and equilibrium conditions. Each of the three solutions obtained contains unknown coefficients, which are determined from the strain-con- tinuity conditions assumed to obtain at, those narrow regions where the web adjoins the flanges and where the two serniflanges (of which each flange is deemed to consist) adjoin each other. In consequence, a determination is made of the stresses X. t Y and -~ Y at different points of the lower part of the cantilever column, i. e., the party' that is underneath the crane, for a case in which the edge face of the flange at the column's step shoulder is subjected to a uniformly distributed vertical pressure G. e., the basic load). The influence exerted by that portion of the column situated above the step is not taken into account. It is pointed out that the stresses arising in a cantilever column being acted upon by the reactive force of a chord member of the frame can be found 'in the same manner. Analysis revealed that the distribution Card 2/5 SOV/124-57-8-9530 A Study of the Stress Distribution in Steel Columns Subjected to an Eccentric (cont.) throughout the column cross section of the axial stresses X. resulting from the aforedescribed vertical load is nonlinear. Although the autKors declare that these stresses attain their maximum values at intermediate heights of the column, ac- cording to Figure 5a of their paper the maximum Xx stress, which corresponds to the ordinate 1.036lq of the stress -distribution curve, occurs at the base re- straint of the column. Also, whereas the authors assert that the Y y and X stresses attain their respective maxima at the extremes of the column heig4 it would appear from Figures 5b and 5c that these stresses actually attain their max- ima in the vicinity of the upper end of the column. The stress distribution in the web of a stepped I-column loaded along the edge faces of its flanges at the column step shoulders is first investigated optically, in experiments with photoelastic cell- uloid models. The experiments showed a considerable concentration of the,prin- cipal shearing stresses in the zone of load application and another appreciable con- centration thereof at the base of the column. The XX J Yy, and XY web stresses as calculated theoretically are qualitatively compared with these same stresses as determined experimentally by the optical method. In the authors, opinion the two distribution patterns match up fairly well. Next, a description is given of tests made on five steel models of stepped I-columns and on two stepped I -columns of the steel skeleton of a full-scale factory-shop model; the results of these tests are Card 3/5 SOY/124-57-8-9530 A Study of the Stress Distribution in Steel Columns Subjected to an Eccentric (cont.) discussed in detail. Each of the columns in question, belonging to a unit consisting of two cross frames, underwent various tests, until finally. treated as a cantile%er beam, it was subjected to gradually increased loads until it failed. In their analysis of the axial stresses XX 1 as measured in each column, the authors examine the components of these stresses produced by the column's various geometrical devia- tions from v.hat. absolute straightness of contour which, ideally, columns are sup posed to have. The pattern of the axial-stress distribution through the column cross section as observed in tile experiments is substantially at variance with the stress- distribution pailern as calculated with (he authors' two -term formula. The discrep- ancy between the stresses measured in the column's outer fibers and the maximum stresses anticipated on the basis of the theory averages 23-340/6. The auhors infer from their experiments that a column may pass into the elastic-plastic state much sooner than is predicted by the formula gi%en in N'LTU 121- 55 [. Normy i tekhni- cheskiye usloviya proyektirovaniya stal'nykh konstruksiy (Standards and Technical Specifications for the Designing of Steel Structures)]. The nonlinear relationship which the authors observe between the external load and the magnitude of the XX stresses is attributed by them to the abo,,,ementioned deviations trom the ideal geo- metrical straightness of the columns. The actual distribution of the X x stresses in a real column does not obey the law of plane sections, Transversely placed Card 4/5 SOV/124 -57-9-95 30 A Study of the Stress Distribution in Steel Columns Subjected to an Eccentric (cont,) diaphragms and stiffening ribs do affect considerably the stress distribution in a column's web. The necessity is noted for taking into account the Y stresses in analyzing local web stability. The maximum X Y. stresses are obsirved to occur in the vicinity of the re gion of load application. So far as the web is concerned, it is proposed that for the, urposes of a first approximation the XV stresses therein be assumed to equal 2007o of the X stresses. An analysis is made of the Y y and Ylumns, it being suggested that of the tw only the Xy stresses in the flangesof the co 0 Y stresses be taken into account in the analysis of a stressed flange. An analysis isymade also of the local stresses present in the capital of a column. The struc- tural correctness of the various shapes imparted to the column shoulders in current design practice is confirmed. The authors formulate conclusions With respect to such matters as in which of the frame members, and to what extent, one should and should not allow for the Yy and X y stresses in analyzing columns, by what amount a column's bearing capacity is diminished by the operation of such factors as non- uniform stress distribution, a compound-stress condition, etc. The paper contains typographical errors and editorial inaccuracies. K. M. Khuberyan Card 5/5 BILSNYA, Ye.j., kand.tekhn.nauk-, MWIKOV, L.T,, kand.tekhn.nauk; SMNOT,; GUSETA, S.S., (Study of the joint performance of soils, foundations and transverse members of steelframes of industrial buildings] Issledovanie sovwest- noi raboty oanovanii, fundamentov I prperechnykh ram stallufth karka- sov prouqshletnykh zdanii. Moskva, Goe.izd-vo lit-ry po stroit. i. arkhit. 1957. 57 P. (Moscow, TSentrallnyi nauchno-issledovatellakii Inetitnt promyshlennykh sooruzbenii. Nauchnoe ooobshchenie, no.28). (MIR& 12:11) (Foundations) (Soil mechanics) (Building, Iron and steel) ]M~~T, K. 1. h44v7 OlaaMMte ( im rv) 9 3MM-Le, I- - !: B"rzb an cmfttgms of -r*w%-Um=t* outs of oteel rroaas at indutriA UdIdinge (Se"Im rx) WO. 0- To. - 'lleseamb an the ccd~wte &U-gth tbacry" (Sesetce 11) WGUUM (tau) (pvb&Uy Nt%oUy it. Bo~y'.4, am MWN (ftu) - *Gemeral "OdatIM6 o"A-Ula-oe~ -lastructions m dvtop. . I emotion am malatenamet of not ~tl to UA =1 Md Us mout of Most in", USMOR of not nwr strocturms ilk the (a4ealco VI) IMSHOMY, M. 8, . *pAsiounct of rela to the othet of tm-r"T" forcom; 0144610ft ti) QWZWY, A. A., Fm . or. - *Pnmmt state -d 9mbless of dtotop at buUding gtmc%vno- (30malco n) r 4 -1- MUMMY. GAWKY IN, Prof. - "gastorm DnVP~ exiorlence (30001cm ZVI NDw4v, W. V., MA JPM, F. V. - of Joining heavy Olomm-bi In jr~@&~t 4-olliaw (soost. IV) Dr. - *R;01-ot. t. tt"" of nL&ftrud camerais sombere (So"im JX) L ONXU=. T. I., plvf., prol bf volliss al- acbo&d" to Prevent a P" in 5.84M 1z' it'* mat given. meow or tbo ftoorl" COMmItUe for the Cosgrove. IqWAMM, Al*kM R., ftaf. or. --'*W*jSj or CUTFiag twelty of *lots ama abong by U. UALI.Mr wtbw (scootam p . , 0. A., Pmt or., and aw or * "g, I __sa of b;_; josoMe ftPWU SO b0 ~"%Ud fW 06 bAL OWWOM .j Ubt GMga us.&U b". Groan far 311114- lossooth, status as& beeassauum. 33". BlMnTYA, Ye. I., Doc Tech Soi (diss) "Actual p&rforwince and -tbe or-,-tr anverse Om4nefi of steel Urweem of qp* sinEle- story industrinl buildings. (_2xporim-nt,1 thooreticil otudy)." gd 4,qoUjg Yosi G-Pde-P 1959 -26 pp (1.1in of Big OrA Mos Order of tabor Red -Brmier)i~;~&ineering Constructionj Institute im V.V. Kuybyshev). 150 OoPien- (11,07-501 107) z ~ GATDM()V, Turiy Vladimirovioh, k.9nd.tekhn.nauk-,_AAMFTA, Te.I., kand. tekhn.nauk, nauchnyy red.; BUDAMA, N.K., red.izd-va; ALIKINA, M.K. , tekhn. red. (Prestressed steel construotion eiements in industrial building] Predvaritallno napria2hannyo stallnye konstraktaii v promysh- lennom stroitel'stve, Moskva, Gos.izd-vo lit-ry po stroit., arkhit. i stroit.materialam, 1960. 85 P. (MIRA 13:10) (Building. Iron and steel) El- EW ?.~9 fV61 PHASE I BOOK EMOITATION SOV/5854 Streletskiy., Nikolay Stanislavovich., Corresponding Membery Academy of Sciences USSR., Professor, Member of the Academy of Construction and Architecture of the USSR; A. N. Geniyev, Professor* Ye I Belenya Doctor of Technical -;r- -kcal Sciences, Docent; Sciences, Professor; V. A. Baldin.C~h"tt; ~ec' and Ye. N. Lessig, Cancliaate of Technical Sciences, Docent Metallicheskiye konstruktsii (Metallic Structures) 3rd ed., rev. Moscov, C-osstroyizdat, 1961. 77;: p. Errata slip inserted. 70,000 copies printed. Scientific Ea.: S. M. Tubin, Candidate of Technical Sciences; Ed. of Publishing House: T. V. Goryacheva; Tech. Ed.: P. G. Gilenson. PURPOSE: This book was approv d by the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specia- lized Education USSR as a textbook for civil engineering schools of higher education; it may also be used as a manual by engineers and aspirants. COVERAW: The following basic problem in designing metallic structures are discussed: the load-carrying ability of the material and joints, calculation Card 1/0 Metallic Structures SOV/585k methods; arrangement of constructional elements and complexes of industrial and civil buildings with metal frames; large-span buildings; sheet and plate structures; pipelines; and electric-powerline supports. Also discussed are fundamentals of the economics of steel structures and of the use of strue- tural a2uminum. Modern types of prestressed constructions (metallic, steel- reinforced concrete., steel-rope., etc.) are also considered. The limit-state methods used are In accordance with SNiP; substantiation for ney engineerirg design specifications is given. The book was written as follows: N. S. Streletzkly,, the Introduction and Ch&. I., 1I., III., V,, VI, and )CM; A. N. Geniyev.. Ch. KI through XVII; V. A. Baldin, Ch. VIII; Ye. I. Belen-va, Chs. 17, IK., X, and XVIII; and Te. W. Lessig,, Chs. VII and XIK through XKV. Tmre are no references. TAELE OF CORrElqTS: [Abridged] Foreword 3 Introduction 5 C ard 2/ 6 BELENYAq YG.I,q doktor tekhn.nauk;.RENSKIYO A.B.p kand.tekhn.nauk Investigating resilience and the-deBign of combined framee and colu=a with flexible interties. Trudy TSNIISK no.4:61-94 163., (NIFLA 15:2) (Stenotures., Theory of) KIKIN, A.I., prof.; BELENYA, Ye.I., prof.; STREIET6KIY, N.S., prof., doktor tekhn. nauk; LESSIG9 U.N.., dots.; F.UKWTOV, K.K.., dots.; DUBIUSKIY, G.S., dots.; SHESTAK~ G.A., dots.; IGIIATIYEVA, VOS&P dots.; RYDAKOV3 V.M.., dots.; GENIYEVj A.N., prof.; VEDEVIKOV, G.S., dots.; TUBIN, S.M., kand. tekbn. nauk, nauchnyy red.; BEGAKI B.A., red. izd-va; OSENKO, L.M.j tekbn, red. [Metal construction; present state and outlook for future development] Metallicheskie konstruktaii; sostoianie i pre- spektivy razvitiia. Pod obshchei red. N.S.Stroletakogo. Mo- skva, Gas. izd-vo 3-it-ry po strait., arkhit. i strait. materi- alam, 1961. 333 P. (MIRA 15:4) 1. Moscow. Moskovskiy inzhenemo-stroitellryy institut. 2. Kafedra metallicheskikh konstruktsiy Moskovskogo inzhenerno- stroitellnogo institituts. imeni V.V.Kuybysheva (for all except Tubin, Begsk, Osenko). (Building., Iron and steel) (Alumirpm, Structural) BELENYAa Yevgeniy Ivanovich, doktor tekhn. nauk., prof.; VEDENIKOVp,G"S., kand.~tekhn.,mauko-retsenzent; PIMENOVO I.L, retsenzent; POPOV, S.A., kand. tekhno nauko naucbn, red.! BORODINA, I.S., red.; GOLIBERG, T.M.0 tekhn. red. (Supporting elements of prestressed metal) Predvaritellno napriazhennye metallicheskie nesushchie konstruktsii. Mo- skva, Gosstroiizdatt 1963, 322p. (MIRA 17:1) BE doktor,tekbu. nauk, prof.; VEDENIKOV, G.S., kand. tekhn. nauk., retsenzent; PIMMOV, I.L., kand. tekhn. nauk, retsenzent; POPOV, S.A., kand. tekhn. nauk, nauchn. red.; BORODINA, I.S., red. (Bearing structures of prestressed metal] Predvaritellno napriazhennys metallicheskie nesushchei konstruktsii. Mo- skva, Gos'stroiizdat, 1963. 322 P. (MIRA 17:5) BELENYA, YeSIOP doktor tekhn.nauk., prof. International Conference on Prestressed Metal Structures. Prom, stroi. 41 no.2:41-42 F 164. (MIU 17:3) I ,, ".. . t- . . I - ~ I STREIETSKIY, likolay Stanislavovich, doktor tekhn. nauk, prdf.; BVLENY Yev iniy, y prof I VEDENIKOV, Georgiy C v .5-Ean:LS.LaV0V3LCJI-j Pofsa.;KWUK~R'MOVY *nstanti Konstantinovich, dots.; LESSIG., Yevgeniy Nikolayevith., dor.; POPOV, S.A., kand. tekhn. nauk., nauc red.; EV, A.F., inzh., nauchn. red. L~ (Metal elements; a spectal course] Metallicheskie kon- struktsii; spetsialInyi kars. Pod red. N.S.Streletskogo. Moskva, Stroiizdat, 1965, 366 p. (MIRA 19:1) 1. Chlen-korrespondent AN SSSR (for Streletskiy). BELENME-51Y, Y. Remarks on Drahomire Stranska's essay IfThe Czech People as Represented in Miniatures." P. 154 (rthnographia Vol. 67, no 1/2, 1956 Budapest) SO. NIonthly JAst of Fast Diropean Accession (F-FAL) LC, Vol. 6 no. 7, JulY 1957, uncl. BELEMY-FESY, X. Frantisek Graust History of the Country Population euring, the Pre-Hussite r-er-;od--i.; a book review. p. 672 (Ethnographia Vol. 67, no. 4, 1956, nuclapest) SO: 'INIontInly List 6f E-,,st European Accession (EEPAL) L4C. vol. 6 no. 7, July 1957, Uncl. BEL-mYESY, TIARTA. ItKultura es 'U-.,ne 3 bukovinai szekelyeknel." Budapest3 Hungary) Akcdendai Kiado, 1~,15,8. 175 p, Monthly list of Fast European Accessions (r-,'-Al), IC, Vol. 8, 11c. August 1959. Uncla. f i~ 1. OhUcrv fit avolitor I subtat do Grosilue! c [4L- AltrQ1. 13OL", .1,'4r O=Anl (,C, - ~ix Frfffffi7z7i,~- 03 1 Al I IL Ilk whig Ow 41'NL~.w -f for il!jffiqln~-R vmt- oblique kr 7. s mM mm- ---m I i i BAIAN, Stefan; B~LES, Aural A.-; IFRD4,.Mihall Testing some structural models on the seismic platform. Studii astron seismol 6 no.2:315-324 161. f 1. Membri ecrespondenti al Academisi R.P.R. (for Balan and Belei) AUTHOM: TITLE: S/169/62/000/009/016/120 D228/D307 Beleg, Aurel and Ifrim, Mihail Contemporary problems of the seismic design of build- ings PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Geofizika, no. 9, 1962, 22, ab- stract 9A137 (Studil gi,cerceta-ri astron.-yi 8eismol.', ~6, no. 2, 1961, 325-408,(Rum.,; summaries in Russ. and Fr.)) .TEXT: The state of research on the question of earthquake.effects'~ upon buildings is considered. The latest.studie6 in the field of. engineering seismology in the USSR and the USA are analyzed. The regulations and actual calculated standards of most countries'li- .able to earthquakes are indicated. A brief descriRtion is given of .the stare of engineering seismology in Rumania. Abstracter's note: Complete tranalation,-7 Card 1/1 BEI=, Aural A., "a ffiCalculation and deeigning of machtnb and turbine- fowAations; vibrations in oonstruction and transportations by Ale-ndri, Major, Reviewed by Aurel A, Bales. Studii care mee apI 14 no*2:475-480 163, BELES, A., ing., acad. prof. A useful book for constructors. Constr Buc 15 no.722s3 9 N 163. "Calculation and planning on machine and turbine foundationan by Alexander MaJor. Reviewed by Aural A, Beles. Rev mac appl 8 no, 4: 718-722 163, BELES, Aural, A.p acad. prof. ing. "Industrial balls., design., and construction" by A. Major,, He Zeidier. Reviewed by Aurel A* Bjles. Hew mec appi 9 no.4;937-939 164. BFUSKOV, R.I. .(gorod Konotop). .MOWAWA-"w' Problems for the computation of railroad traction. Fiz.v shkole 14 no.2:71-72 Kr-Ap '54. (MIRA 7:2) (Railroad engineering--Tables, calculations, etc.) B E L P~; K*6 V 12- -Z CPBYKIN, G.N. (g.Polovskoy Sveralovskoy oblasti); EZLICSKOV, R.I. (stanteiya LDnotop); GOTSKAN, R.B.; MMINAN, H.L. ~ -1------- Problems on artificial earth satellites. Fix, v shkole 18 no.3:80-84 MY-Je '58. (KIRA, 11:4) l.Severo-Kazakhakiy peclagogicheakiy institut, Petropavlovsk (for Gots-0. 2. 612-ya sreduyaya. shkola, Moskva (for Mayllman). (Artificial oatellitee-Probleme, exercises, etc,) BELESKOV S. (melitopoll) , PYK block of the "Luch" television receiver. Radio no-3:50 Mr '61. (MIRA 14:8) .(Television--Receivers and reception) YUGOSLAVIA 11=3SLIM-B. D.: Department of Pharmacology, Medical Paculty, Bel- 9iTd_e!_F_ar_r=aao oski institut medicinskog fakultetal Beo~:rad)q Bel- grade. "The Role and the Significance of Acetylcholine in Depressive and Convulsive States" Delgrade, Arhiv za fannacijul Vol 16, No 1, 1966, pp 27-36 Abstract 5uthor's !-,nglish summary modifieg: The method of regional Derfusion of the cerebral ventricles with neostigmine was lised to aeternine the site of origin of the acetylcholine which annears in the effluent of cerebral ventricles nerfused with artificial cereb- rospinal fluid containing neostipmine in anaestbetized cats. The greatest amount of acetylcholine came from structures lining the anterior horn of the lateral ventricle, namelythe caudate nucleus, olfactor7 izrre7y matter, and perhans from the sentum. The smallest amount came from stru6tures lining the ventral half of tha third ventricle, the walls of which contain the nuclei of the hypothala- mus. TTnder choralost the output of-acety1choline was Rreater than under arkytal on nerfusion from cisterna magna to fis3ures of syl- vius. ?.Torphine in the perfusion fluid depressed the outDut of acetylcholine in the cerebral ventricles and in the cerebral sub- arachnoidal space. Teptazol and strychnine increased both the output of acetylcholine into the perfused cerebral ventricles and the release from the parietal cortex. Pigures. 5 Yugoslav, 40 Te,ptern references. BELESLINJ. D. The effect of noradrenaline on the response of terminal segment of .the isolated guinea-pig ileum to acetylcholine, histamine., 5- bydroxytryptamine and nicotine. Acta mad. iugoel. 15 no.2:136-143 161. NOREPINEPHRINE pharmacoij (ILEUM pbarmacoi.) ETILCHOLINE pbarmacol.) (HISTAMINE pharmacol.) M (SEROTONIN pharmacol.) (NICOTINE pbarmacol.) BFIMLIN, Dusan, dr. ---------------------------- Acetylcholine. -Vojnosanit. pregl. 19 no.2:140-144 F 162. 1. Medicinski fakultet u Beogradu,farmakoloski institut. (ACETUCHOLIBE) BEIYSLIN, D.; VARAGIC, V. The spontaneous activity and the affect of drugs on the iso1ated gulnea-pig Ileum kept under a a,-natant intral=inal supraliminal pressure. Acts, med. lugosl. 17 no-3:336-345 163. 1. Department of Pharmacology, Medical Faculty, Peograd. BELESUN, Slavko, dr . 3ledico-legal estimation of pa-In. Wed. gla". 15 no.32133-136 Mr 161. 1. Gentar za audaku medicinu pri Opstoj bolnici Osijek. (PAIN) (JURISFRUDENCE) USSR / Farm Animals. Cattle. Q-2 Abs Jour Ref Zhur - Biol., io 14, 1958; uo 64426 Author Shilo, Yu. M.; Beletkov, M. Ps; Sobolyevaj Go So Inst Kurgan Agricultural Title Materials for the Study of the Composition of the Milk of the Kurgan Breed of Cows. Orig Pub Sb. nauchn. rabot Kurgasnk. s.-kh. in-ta, 1956, vyp. 3, 211- 217. Abstract The milk composition of cows of the Kurgan breed was studied on 10 cows of three calvings, older than those in the herd of the Institute. The production of cows was 3,600 kg., and the fat content of the milks 3.9%. The average compositiou of milk during a lactatation was (in %): dry substances 12.05, fat 3,84, protein 3-33, sugar 4.21-5.1, ash 0.664, calcium 1.184, carotene 1.879-2.247. Density of the milk was 29.84 A. Fat and dry matter content gradually increased toward Card 1/2 USSR / Farm Animals. - Cattle. Abe Jour Rof Zhur - Biol., No 14,, 1958, No 64426 Q-2 the end of the lactation (fat from 3.54 to 4.5% and dry substances from 11-34 to 12.42%). Protein content was rather high in the first month of lactation (3.3%), and in the subsequent months its amount somewhat decreased; in the 2nd half of lactation, the protein content gradually increased again, and in the 9th month attained 3.409%. Fat content in April (stal-I period) was 3.76% and in June (Pasture Period)., 3.44%). Card 2/2 17 ,- /, Z- V, 1-4 , SHILO, TU.M., professor; BBLMOT, M.)P., doteent. Corn silage In dairy cattle rations. Nauka I Wed.op.v selikhos. 7 no.7:22-24 4 '57. (HLR& 10:8) (Dairy cattle--Feeding and feeding stuffs) (Corn (Kaixe)) P (k1/,UR(d)jW(m)/jWP(1)/ v -LIZI- -IJP(c,l JD/M_ 602(-,n)16 SOURCE CODE; UR/O13T/66/O00/0O3/EO73/EO73 J ;JWTHOR; Taran, V. D.; Belets, L. GO- New equipment for quality'control of welded seams-by gamma radiography f'SOURCE; Ref. zh. Metallurgiya, Abs. 3E528 iREF q-~OURCE: Novoye v tekhnol. svarki stroit. ko'nstruktgiy. M., 1965, loo-lo4 ITPIR TAGS: welding inspection, gamma ray, quality control, radioactive source, rad lography ABSTRACT: Mechanized containers in the NILS-3 and NILS units prevent the radio- graph from entering the danger zone durii~ removal and replacement of the ampule con- celosrith a r ' ,taining the radioactive source. The NILS-5 is a portable gamma-ray sour e- Imote control panel. A special shielding material is used in place of lead to reduce lthe overall dimensions and weight of the container. The remote panel is connected tol the spherical container by a 20-25 m cable so that the operator may work at a safe 'distance from the ampule. M. Frolova. [Translation of abstract] LIB CODE: 13,tla nondestructive tpstingr card 1/1 bab UDC: .79l.oo4.2/002-54 BEITETSEEEV, a. Is USSR Geology-~.W. Ferious Ore, Origin Mar/Apt 51 /I "Types of Ore Fields of Krivorog Ferrous Layers an& Concepts on Origin.of Ferrous Ore," Ya. N. Beletsev "Iz AkIauk, Ser Geol" No 2, pp 3-27 From exploitation of various.geol materials on Krivorog f1d, Beletsev derives series of conclu- sions on origin of sep ore types of these deposits. Lc 180T53 33IMBUTA, A. I -mummmm. Solidarity. Rabotnitea 35 n0-11:13-15 N 157, (HIM 11:2) (women) (Telephone-Emloyees) -iov ego 0 0 I A off afto Ime too##$ A 2t A sac) -4 !a Q Technical rosearth to improve the quality ot C~k~ b~ I'll introduction of varying temperature. in the ,rti,;At 't ovens. A. Z. A. I t " slillitaluili. Cat, ".j 't 14 7. it, -41 jr I-I.ul 4,1, If,-u of the temp. in the %-cttiaWlu~. i%Lus duiuail the fust of the coking %Vgy CFVAII~' mducts crackiq. as is ;tli Led by the increased yirld Ut W&V pircts of coke. Iteduction 49 the temp. at the br%WuWj of the coking and im"asins it later during tht Ixack" guarantees a high 01 q;, 1:10duction for the ovcn and at the sante time improveti the 'e. A high temp. in the vrrtical-due ovens at the be. of the ith a luwcr temp. toward the pnwenitut in the properties of the coke in a single coking; in rctwatcd coking this at. ranKement lengthens The coking time. M. G. Mxwt A xrTaLLv~r4cAL LITIMANOt CLAWFICAlIft logs I o 0 0 0 0 0 -00 .00 .0e 1041o so* 9 '00 ago see VIROZUB, I.V.; BFLETSKAYA, A.F.; PONONWENKO, M.S. Letters to the editors. Koks i k1him. nc.7:5~-59 1~65. (MJRA 18s8) 1. Ukrainakiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy uglekhimicheskiy institut. , A. F. Reletskaya, A. F. - mCertain temperature and heat correlations in coke ovena,m Authors: I. A. Kopeltovich, B. L Kustov, A. L Voloshin and K F, Beletskava. Trudy Mr. naucb.-issled. ug2ekhim. In-ta, Issue 2, 1948. p. 67-75 SO: U-5240. 17. Dec. 53. (Iotopis 'Zhurnal Inykh Statey, No. 25, 1949). 6Fj_FTsY,j)yA, f)-'F- VODNEV, G.G.; SHEIZOV, A.K.; DIDENZO, V.Ta.; FILIPPOV, B.S.; TS&W, K.N.; ZASHVAHA, V.G.; LITVINMMO, K.S.;XMNZM, K.P.; KOLODTSOV, I.G.; LGALOV, I.I.; RUBIN, P.G.; SAPOZHNXIOV, L.M.; TYUTYUNNIKOV, a.m.; DKITRIYEV, K.K.; LErM, V.A.; LERNER, B.Z.; KEDVEM, S.K.; WYAM, A.A.; TLYCH&R. K.K.; TSOGLIN, DVCRIN, S.S.; RAX, A.I.: OBUKEIOV- SKIY, U.K.; KOMIT.A.M.; ARONOV. S.G.; VOLOSHIN, A.I.; VIROZUR, Ye.v.; MARTS, S.A.; GINSBURG, Ya.Ye.; IOLYANDR, L.Ya.- BRLITSU A I V. ; KUSHHRMICH, N.R.; BRODOVICH, A.I.; NOSAIM 0 . .; v B.I.: KIROSMIICHMO, A.K.; KOPELIOVICH, V.M.; TOPORKOV, V.Ya.1 AMIN, K.B.; GOFTHAN, K.V.; MWMNKO, D.P.; IVANOV, Te.B.-, PZYSAKHZON. I.B.; XUL&KOV, H.K.; IZRAELIT, E.K.; UASHA, A.S.; KAYT&N, S.I.; CHRRIMM, X.S.; SHAPIRO, A.I.; EMIABUIZAR1. G.$.; SNKT, P.Ye.; GABAY. L.I.; SMISON, A.S. Boris Iosifovich Kustov; obituary. Koko i kh1m. no.2:64 '55.(KLRL 9:3) (Kustov, Boria losifovich, 1910-1955) BFMTSX&TA A.Y. Study of the combustion of coke-oven gas In coke-oven flues. Koko I khim. no.3:22-28 160. (XIRA UtO 1e Ukrainakiy uglekhimiaheakiy institut. (Coke-oven gas) BEL19TSXATA, A.L, -, ~ A great organizer of the Socialist system of communication. Vent. evissi 17 no-10:54-55 0 157. (MIRA 10:11) . (Teleoommunication-~History) (Russia--Revolution, 1017-1921) b % Umut4nted ;;7clic - hy4rociAoui_.&nd Aheir Wag a -ur wan t, l, -101y, PtBe, the tatter-beitsi rMPO f lhmidi4ne, whkh then twc5 Wit. 7 tittfi-oline w-i3slowly ud&d-~M k*. mikd c Torv CYCR lleyallonc di,-bJcxcr.-p,.Iohvxau; am T vim rracting Lunt iltu 5.WWIY 41std,; v the pridurt Wu b .%YA!4iiug -with 1~1 i-i'so. Cave M q. 141:-5', dg lf.WO,&~nj: 1.476-1. us-i~j, a.-~ t1w fe-ajp~.,l t. IW lilrl~allt ato. WIT yl4li ~t r" rMer 4Y wet.- by 1 71 1, b-j4t;ng Wrbll~s lormM Xl'~Tf-' LU'd 1.1. totvtit-T~j tviaile" pnxtict afur if SirtNIII, 15 CfAITIfy, while-L "lua W4- cou; gliqlij~ mt-t Its t g Paq ilit loterwaiv ? LontL-med by the It J, Itraviolat specutsm L nd "200A.); LV, 2700, 28W; a 17, T - ti ard C Pube Authors. D6ail& U-0A and Beletalwya A S Inveitig-at ion oti. uns d oyclie bqdrocirbon s and% their halogen de-- rivative s. Part 15.- Reaction,qf metallic sodium wit ' Zhur ;j Ob*i' khim i.~ 24/9 ~16~( 5,46~6 860 1954,' "Abstiact" The convers cns- t' durin meta3.lic -sodium- g the reaction of: with:1 4-dibromoe7clohexene-2,were ihvestigated.: The product formed.. d -in such reaetion and its chemical rties are briefly desarib6d. uz 9 prope A study of the.reaction~between 1.,4-dibromocyalohexend-2 *nd zinc.dust brought hegative,results. '.Wequal possibilities of forming conSugated. ~:'ahd isoUted bonds inla iix-membered ring, the conjugated bonds were A.and 2-Gorman: f -USSR;, 2-US ound,in'-predominince Height references: 4 . -. .(190571929) :Institution State -UniverAtyAeninoad Subinitted April 1954' BEI,ETSKAYA, I.P.; ARTAMICINA, G.A.1 REUTOV, O.A. Kinetics of'symetrization of organoxercury salts. Report No.8t Effect of polar fae tors on the rate of symmetrization of ethyl eaters of L4-bromomercuryarylacetic acids. Izv. AN SSSR. Sert- khim. no.lOgl737-1742 0 t64. (MA 17tl2) 1. Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet. BELETSKAY FEDOROV, L.A.; REUTOV~ O.A... akademik Protolysis of dibenzylmercur7 according to the S e-I mechanism. Dokl. All SSSR 163 no.6:1381-1384 Ag 165, (MIRA 1M) 1. Moskovskiy gosudar3tvernyy universitet. srzl'ku~s of mired Orsf-V 1:1 ty" ArAr'AsX md AxArtelW--W~9--.l . ~,.*Exa=lam salm - . A, Reatoy. Nv C;' CV-; 41 T,3 10 IliAll, ia Nj~,CO vv, 5 iA!d--,I mi 0 7 V tl~c nlnt~ (afttr evchakc ot N tl--i.; -aj;rdrd filt4v~J. tht r'-"i *'~'3tcd with Mc'k~cj' &~'i a! ~ a t= wa-!!"s - I Yj r=tmrar with +317C KOH give ra. 4 i re 71 ; 9.6 1. hi NitsCO ~~'a I I-A-t-t ~ ,u Tt yie ;I ' . l llb2aC6, N! at 0' by 9.~ C. \741 oven 1-6; L--~.; -f!P, U~auneat %3 abeve *-Ir-.tzt w.s 42,a -,Pti.A~WX similAdy prep-d- with RC--t cave CjC,4i,.4jj-41Ci, b, lik-W'; with Sib~-'; HA g-m- P-ac*H~4s-pho~H' M. 161 Strrx3ztY PkAz". -1-4 Ne-I xa'm P-od"CAAso,171, AsP&Y,O, which with HCI jawt thz chrbduart4rc, p-k)r- t NC;H~4&&O, b. 110-W, whkit with H-.O, E n f,AsFFO,H, m. M'. -~S . CiL SiM;J~Lrfy W a6 [u. 1W-6% "mugh tht ox;a-- C.127,4fFiW~ Six-R-1- Wici prmo. 'X% Aspho'ff dcc~=. Ll")'C 300'. =d 5V~ CWT- ta LW (o-ru-ICN~4iPAO. Olldi aWized with IIA to, v A,~,/ wlich lave 7 1 (p-J:c Clj,4 spk 9 vc 37~/, p-Y, e. Svc P~Cdlos_ loe. Zd pb~Acl; With r~-Vc 04 -25 4verjU *-BrcR4~ - -1 ra. rr,~. cl - zn im, add--! L at cia c~tr ' , &- add&d I pvNd. Fetyl,~Mitlg --itef trdat~ s q jj0jt;j4j; , Cl. C-Nuz:. zn- I-SO-V. Usc rf sinlitzxly was N-Cl, ---JLf~L; U 4" &Mil&dY were- cit' ta~-ued; 51% f-OAA Ca,.4 s?A,, - "t m~ whoi~-- fig(7, z,.~d4sa ra I eE1_F_7_5tr,A T, F Y,4 AUTHORS: z Reutov, 0. A., Beletskaya,_I. P., and 2o-4-25/51 Mardaleystivili-,--R. Ye., TITLE: The Kinetics of the Electrophile Supplementary Reaction Beside a Saturated Carbon Atom (Kinetika reaktsii elektrofillnogo za- meshcheniya u nasyshchennogo uglerodnogo atoaa) PERIODICAL: Doklady All SSSR, 1957, Vol- 116, Nr 4, pp. 617-62o (USSR) ABSTRACT. By means of the example of diastereomeric 1-methyl-ethers of the oL-bromium-mercury-phenyl-acetio acid Nesmeyanov, Poddubnaya,and the first author have found that the symmetrisation of the mer- cury-organic salts takes place by ammonium which represents the reaction mentioned in the title takes place under the maintain- ance of the stereochemical configuration. The authors thought from the first that it seems not very probable that the sym- metrisation of the mentioned ethers passes the stage of anion formation (in contrast to Hughes and Ingold, reference 4). The- refore they investigated the kinetics of the reaction in question. A mixture of the diasteromers and the diastomer with the melting Point 1560of the above mentioned ether alone were used for this purpose. 'In order to investigate the order of the reaction with-- respect to the initial substance RjR2R3C -HgX, a method was used Card 1/3 which is based upon the nephelometry-principle. A photocell fixed The Kinetics of the Electrophile Supplementary Reaction Beside 2o-4-25/51 a Saturated Carbon Atom. the quantity alteration of the light passing through in the course of the reaction in consequence of the deposition formation of (NH3)2.HgBr2 according to an equation given here. The reac- tion has a second order for the two mercurized ethers (ethyl- and methyl). The symmetrisation of the first ethers takes place quicker of the latter. The oonstant of the reaction velocity is of second ordert K . I (-Lo - 1), C is the concentration 2 COT C (NH3)2 of substance in the time 5; K2 - KI (so in the original text - the reporter), as it is shown in the further course. In the second part of the paper the order of the reaction was detected with respect to the second component- ammonium. If the concentration alteration of NH 3 in the course of the first half hour is equated with the initial velocity of the reaction it is easily to be proved that the initial velocity of the ammonium consumption is directly proportional to the square of its initial concentration. Thus the reaction investigated here has the second order with respect to the two substances. As the reaction took place not only with a different effect and is finished in the case of different quantities of consumed substance, it can be as- Card 2/3 sumed Lhat the symmetrisation reaction is reversible. This is con- The Kinetics of the Electrophile Supplementary Reaction Beside 2o-4-25 '71L a Saturated Carbon Atom. firmed by the fact that the addition of the end product slows down the reaction (figure 4); the results obtained of the sym- metribation of mercury-organic salts by ammonium made the authors suggest a 2-stage mechanism of the reaction (scheme is given): I at (re%ersible) stage is the reaction mentionod in the title. In the II nd stage ammonium binds HgBr2 and shifts the equili- brium I to the right. These results facilitate to detect for the first time a bimolecular mechanism of the reaction mentioned in the title in which the stereochemical configuration is conserved. There are 4 figures, 2 tables and 6 references, 1 of which is Slavic. ASSOCIATION: State University imeni 9. V. Lomonosov, Moscow (Moskovskiy gos udarstvennyy universitet im. M. V. Lomonosova) PRESENTED: March 15, 1957, by A. N. Heameyanov, Academician SUBMITTED: Februar y22, 1957 AVAILABLE. Library of Congress Card 3/3 BELETSKAYA, I. P.., Cand Chem Sci -- (diss) "On the problem of the mechanism of reactions of electrophyll substitution in a saturated carbon atom. (Study of the kinetics of reaction ofvv t~p symmetrization of mercuroorganic salts underection of ammonia.)" Mos, 1958. 8 pp (Mos State Univ im M. V. Lomonosov) (EL, 18- 58, 95) -15- SOV/156-58-4-36/49 AUTHORS: Reutov, 0. A., Beletskayal I. P., Filippenko, L. R. TITLE: The Symmetrization of Mercury-Organic Salts by Means of Di- phenyl Mercury (Simmetrizataiya rtutnoorganicheskikh. soley s pomoshchlyu difenilrtuti) PERIODICAL: Nauchnyye doklady vysshey shkoly. Khimiya i khimicheskaya teklinologiyal 19581 Nr 4, PP 754-756 (USSR) ABSTRACT: In the interaction of mercury-organic salts with mercury di.- phenyl, symmetric mercury-organic compounds are formed in great yield. The following mercury-organic salts were-prepared! .acetonyl-mercury chloride, ethyl ester of the a-bromo mercury phenyl acetic acid, ethyl es "ter of the n-bromo-a-bromo mercury phenyl acetic acid, 3-bromo-mercurY-3-benzyl camphor and trans- chi-oro-vinyl-mercury chloride, The mechanism of the symmetri- zation of the mercury-organic salts proceeds according to the following scheme: 2R* R R CHgx:;;~t (R R R C) Hg + Hgx 1 2 3 . 1 2 3 2 2 HgX2 + (CO 5) 2H9 ---p- 2C6H5 1~gx. Card 1/2 There are I table and 5 references, 4 of which are Soviet* SOV/156-58-4-36/49 The Symmetrization of Mercury-Organic Salts by Means of Diphenyl, Mercury ASSOCIATION: Kafedra organicheskoy khimii Moskovskogo gosudaretvennogo universiteta im. M. V. Lomonosova (Chair of Organic Chemistry at the Moscow State University imeni M. V. Lomonosov) SUBMITTED: August 4, 1958 Card 2/2 5W S07176-33-1-25145 AUTHORS: Reutov, 0. A., Beletskaya, 1. P., Eardaleyshvili, R. Ye. TITLE: Reaction Kinetics of the Symmetrization of Organo-Mercury Salts (Kinctika reaktsii simnetrizateii rtutnoorganicheskikh soley). I.Determination of the Order From the Organo-Uercury Salt of the Reaction of the Symmetrization of Esters of a-Mercu'ry Bromide-Phenylacetic Acid Under the Influence of Ammonia (I. Opredeleniye poryadka po rtutnoorganicheskoy soli reaktaii simmetrizatsii efirov a-brommerkurfeniluksusnoy kis- loty pod deystviyen ammiaka) PERIODICAL: Zhurnal fizicheskoy khimii, 1959, Vol 33, Nr 1, PP 152 - 155 (USSR) ABSTRACT: On the examDle of the diastereomeric 1-raenthyl esters of the a-mercury bromide phenyl acetic acid (I) it had already been found earlier (Ref 1) that the symmetrization of organo-mercury salts with ammonia proceeds with 'a constant stereochemical structure. Winstein (Uinshteyn)(Ref 2) ob- tained the same results on experiments with a different salt, whereas Hu.ghes and Ingold (Khlyuz and Ingolld) assumed Card 1/3 that an electrophilic substitution takes place with a constant Reaction Kinetics of the Symmetrization of Organo- SOV/76-33-1-25/45 Mercury Salts. Is Determination of the Order From the Organo-Mercury Salt of the Reaction of the Symmetrization of Esters of a-Mercury Bromide Phenyl- acetic Acid Under the Influence of Ammonia structure in the mechanism S E1 and a change of the structure in SE2. Since a progress of the reaction mentioned in the title is doubtful with S E2, the reaction kinetics of ethylene and 1-menthyl ester of (I) was investi.-ated with ammonia in the cise under discussion. The symmetrization of R1R 2R3CI1gX (R1=C6H5t R 2= H, R3- COOC 10 H19) took place 0 in absolute chloroform, mixed with ammonia, at 20 . The nephelometric measuring method was used. The concentration of the substances was in the ran.-e of (6.8-0.85).10-5 mol/ml. The reaction order of R 1R2R3CHgX was determined by the kinetic curves and the initial con- oentration of (1). The experimental results obtained showed that the symmetrization r,-action of R1 R2R3CHgX is of the second orders There are 4 figures, 1 table, and 3 references, Card 2/3 1 of which is Soviet. Reactic-a Kinetics of the Symnetrization of Organo- SOV/76-33-1-25/45 Mercury Salts. I. Determination of the Order From the Organo-Ilercury Salt of the Reaction of the Symmetrization of Esters of a-Mercury Bromide Phenyl- acetic Acid Under the Influence of Ammonia ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet im. It. V. Lo=--onosova (Moscow State University imeni M. V. Lomonosov) SUBMITTED: July 4. 1957 Card 3/3 5(4) SOV/76-33-9-12/37 AUTHORS: Reutov, Os A., Mardaleyshvili, R. Ye. TITLE: Kinetics of the Symmetrization Reaction of Organomercury Salts. II. Determination of the Reaction Order of Symmetrization With Ammonia of the Esters of a-Bromo Mercuro Phenyl Acetic Acid With Respect to Ammonia PERIODICAL: Zhurnal fizicheskoy khimii, 1959, Vol 33, Nr 9, pp 1962-1968 (USSR) ABSTRACT: In follow-up of a p.-evious repo--t (Ref 1), further investi- gations were made here concerning the reaction mentioned in the title, with special regard to the reaction order with respect to ammonia (1) as well as the influence exerted by (1) concentration and varicus additions upon the rate and intensity of symmetrization. Experiments were made in a test tube (Fig 1) with 1.36.10-3 mol of organomercury salt (II) and (3.28,246, 2,12, 1.60, 1.07).10-3 mo, (I). The reaction was stopped at various time intervals by the addition of an excess of 0-149 n HC1 (with respect to the (T*am~-unt), and the acid excess was titrated (Table 1). The orde= of reaction with respect to (I) Card 1/3 was determined from the initial reaction rate of (I) as a sov/76-33-9-12/37 Kinetics of the Symmetrization Reaction of organomercury Salts. II. Determ-4- nation of the Reaction Order of Symmatx-izatlon With Arrm-onia of the Eaters of a-Bromo Mercuro Phenyl Ace"Via Acid With Respect, ;o Ammor-ia function of ite -initial square concentratlon. (Tables 20). Nephelometric measurements were likewisa made, and the values for I = '&(t) are tabulated (Table 4)- In both cases$ a direct dependence of the initial reaction rate on the initial square concentration of (I) wae ascnrtai~red. In the symmetrization of (11), (1) is, unde*r prevailitg conditicns, cons,=ea according to the second order. From the curvev I = f(t) the portion of reacted, (11) was found to depend upoa tha various initial concentrations of (1) (Table 5)1 it was further ascertained with the titration method that ir. the cas6 of (II) amounting to 1 .36.10 3 mol and (I) lying below 4.30.10-3 mol., the reacdon ~intensit is determined by AChe initial concentration of M (Table 6~. Additions of a symmetrical compound (R IR 2R 3C-)2Hg (formed in the course of reaction) (Table 7) showed that when increasing the concent- ration of these additions the reaction rate is lowered. The symmetrization reaction under investi- gation is assumed to take place in two stages (1) and (2), Card 2/3 where (1) is a bimoleculax electkophilic substitution in the SOY/76-33-9-12/37 Kinkics of the Symmetrization Reaction of Organomercury Salts. II. Determi- nation of the Reaction Order of Symmetrization With Ammonia of the Esters of a-~-Bromo Mercuro Phenyl Acetic Acid With Respect to Ammonia saturated carbon atom. It had already been shown (Ref 2) that the symmetrization in question leaves the stereochemical con- figuration unalteredl thus, a bimolecular reaction of the mentioned kind with preserved stereochemical configuration was established for the first time. There are 6 figures, 7 tables, and 3 references, 2 of which a-re Soviet. SUBMITTED; February 219 1958 Card 3/3 S/062/60/000/009/020/021 B023/BO64 AUTHO~S: 1. Reutov, 0. A. 2) Reutov, 0. A. and Lovtsova, A. N.; 3. Vinogradova, L. P. and Zavlyalov, S.I. TITLEt 1. Electrophilic and Radical Substitution of Iodine for the Mercury Atom in Organo-mercury Salts. 2. Introduction of Dichloro Carbene Into the Metal - Haloid Binding. 3.Inter- action of 2-Formyl Cycloalkanones With Hydrogen Peroxide PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Akademii nauk SSSR. Otdeleniye khimicheskikh nauk, 1960, No. 9, pp~ 1716-1717 TEXT: 1. In the course of their studies of the mechanism of the electro- philic substitution on the saturated carbon atom, the authors investigated the reaction of the organo-mercury salts: ethyl ester of *(-bromo mercury phenyl acetic acid (I) and the benzyl mercury bromide (II) with iodine. The electrophilic substitution of the mercury atom was carried out under the action of iodine in cadmium iodide solution. The reaction took place in aqueous dioxan: R - HgBr + I CdI 2 R 1 4 HgBr I. 2 -4- Card 1/4 1. Electrophilic and Radical Substitution of S/062/60/000/009/020/021 Iodine for the Mercury Atom in Organo-mercury B023/BO64 Salts. 2. Introduction of Dichloro Carbene Into the Metal - Hajoid Binding. 3.Interaction of 2-Formyl Cycloalkanones With Hydrogen Peroxide In case (1) the reaction proceeds rapidly, in case (N) much alcwer. The reaction kinetics of (II) with iodine was spectrophotometrically recorded and examined by the titration method, The reaction proceeds rapidly in the presence of Cd12, i.e., photochemically by the radical mechanism. The reaction of W with iodine in the absence of Cd12 (radical reaction) is of first order with respect to iodine and of zeroth order with respect to the organo-mercury salt. The kinetics was spectrophotometrically recorded. Pinally, a very important effect of the structural factor upon the rate of the electrophilic and radical substitution of the iodine atom for the mercury atom on saturated carbon was determined. 2. The authors found that the diohloro carbene forming in the benzene medium under the action of tertiary potassium butylate upon chloroform, is capable of linking itself into the mercury - chlorine binding under the formation of trichl6ro methyl mercury compounds. Sublimate reacts with dichloro carbene under the formation of trichloro methyl mercury chloride (melting point 1800). Card 2/4 1. Electrophilic and Radical Substitution of S/062/60/000/009/020/021 Iodine for the Mercury Atom in Organo-mercury B023/BO64 Salts. 2. Introduction of Dichloro Carbene Into the Metal - Haloid Binding. 3. Interaction of 2-Formyl Cycloalkanones With Hydrogen Peroxide Found: Hg 56.83%. Calculated: Hg 56.60%. Phenyl mercury chloride forms trichloro methyl phenyl mercury (melting point 113.5-1140). Trans-p-chloro vinyl mercury chloride forms trichloro methyl-trans-P-chloro vinyl mercury (melting point 80-810). Found 53.06%. Calculated: 52-72%. The latter com- pound id converted under the action of chlorine or bromine into trichloro methyl mercury chloride or trichloro methyl mercury bromide, respectively. At present, the authors are investigating thepossibility of synthesizing trichloro methyl organometallic compounds of other metals with dichloro carbene. 3. The authors found that under the action of hydrogen peroxide at low temperatures 2-formyl cyclopentanone and 2-formyl cyclohexanone undergo an oxidative splitting and yield adipic and pimelic acid, respectively. This rare reaction of 2-formyl cycloalkanones may be used for the production of a variety of dicar~,oxylic acids, beginning with the cyclic ketones. There are 2 Soviet references. Card 3/4 1. Electrophilic and Radical Substitution of S/O 62/60/000/009/020/021 Iodine for the Mercury Atom in Organo-mercury B023/BO64 Salts. 2. Introduction of Dichloro Carbene Into the Metal - Haloid Binding. 3. Interaction of 2-Formyl Cycloalkanones With Hydrogen Peroxide ASSOCIATIONi Moskovakiy gosudarstvennyy univeraltet im. M.V. Lomonosova (Moscow State University imeni M. V. Lomonosov), (Reutov,O.A., Beletskaya, I. P., Lovtsova, A. N.), institut organicheskoy khimii im..N. D. Zelinskogo Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of Organic Chemistry imeni N. D. Zelinskiy of the Academy of Sciences USSR) (Vinogradova, L. P. and ""avlyalov, S.I.) SUBMITTED: 1. May 23, 1960; 2. June 9, 1960; 3. June 13, 1960 Car,: 4/4 .~RKUTOVq O.A.j SOKOLOVp V.I.j TSKAYAj I.P. Electrophilic substitution at a oaturaie-d-darbon, atom* Influence of. sulfur on the *66an lom of the isotopic exchange reaction taH P1408 between etb*16Wwomomerowiphenylacetate and mer=ic bromide labeled with A&3# Dokl,, AN SSSR 136 no. 3s631-633 Ja 161. (MPtA 14:2) 1, Chlen-korrespondent AN SSSR (for Reutov). (Substitution (Cheiqistry)) (Acetic aioid) (Mercury bromide) (Marc=7--Upotopes) REUTOVI O.A.; SOKOLOV,, V.I.; NgLETSKAYA, J.P. Study of electrophilic. substitution reactions at a saturated carbon atom by use of the isotope exchange method. Report No.l: Kinetics of the isotope exchange reaction of ethyl (br - pre, r- &~i) phenyl acetate with mercury bromide tagged with 14s in pyridine. Izv. AN SSSR. Otd.khim.nauk no,7:1213-1217 Jl 161. (MIRA 14-.7) 1. Moskovskiy gosudaa,stvenrqy univvraitet, im. N.V. Lomonosova. (Acetic acid) (Mercury bromide) (Substitution (Chemistry)) REUTOVI O*A.j SOKOLOVO V.I.; BELEMNATA., lip.- -a "at. U*A' Study-of the ele trophilid. a as a IsAppe 4." carbon atom by th =hazger lhwib'd,..~f4leport No.3s lootok &,~-brd'nih'~ ouriarylacet bxoh=v- of asteis'of r ic a6ids with mecuz% bromide !;aqjed'wit4,lijM in water-dio=*. -lav. AN SM. Otd.lddi*nAuk io*8:W7-l429 Alg- a," (MI�A 24; 8) I* Moskovskiy gosudarstveiiW universitet im, H&V, Lomonosavao Acetic acid) troury-Isotopes) REUTOV, O.A.; SOKOLOV, V.I.; BELETSKAYA, I-.P. Study of electrophylic substitution at a saturated carbon atom using the isotope exchange method. He ort NO.4: Kinetics of isotopic exchange between ethyl 21- (bromomercuri3 phenylacetates and mercury bromide tagged with He 3 in dimetbylformamide. Izv. All 555R ' Otd.kbim'.nauk no.9:1561-1565 S '61. MRA 140) 1. Moskovsk gosudarstvennyy universitet im. M.V.Lomonosova. ilAcetic acid) Vercury bromide) (Mercury--Isotopes) BELETSKAYA,-!.P. REUTOV, O.A.; GUR'YANOVA, TeP. j Substitution for halogen of a mercury atom bonded to a saturated carbon atom. Report No.l: Interactiin between benzyl mercury chloride and iodine in the presence of iodine ton in dioxane. Izv. Ali SSSR, Otd.khim.nauk no.9:1589-1595 S 161. (MIRA 1419) 1. Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet im. H.V.Lomonosova. (Mercury compounds) (Iodine) BELETSKAYA, I.P.; REUTOV, O.A.-, KARPOV, V.I. Electrophylic substitution reactions at the olefin carbon atom. Report No.l: Reaction of trans- P-chloroviny mercury chloride with iodine in the presence of iodind ion in aqueous dioxane. Izv.AN SSSR.Otd.khim.nauk no.11:1961-1965 N 161. (MIRA 14:11) 1. Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet im. M.V.Lomonosova. (Mercury organic compounds) (Substitution (Chemistry)) BELETSKAYA, I.P.; REUTOV, O.A~'T GURIYANOVA, T.P. ---------------- Reaction of the substitution of a halogen for a mercury atom com- bined to a saturated carbon atom. Report No.Z: Reaction of benzyl mercury chloride with iodine in the presence of an iodine anion in dimethylformamide, methyl, and ethyl alcohols. Izv.AN SSSR.Otd.- khim.nauk no-11:1997-2002 N 61. (MIRA 14:11) 1. Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy Universitet Im. M.V.Lomonosova. (Mercury organic compounds) (Iodine) (Substitution (Chemistry)) BELETSKAYA, I.P.; REUTOV, O.A.; KARPOV9 V.I. Electrophylic substitution reactions at olefin carbon atom. Report No.2: Reaction of trans;,and.cis-? chlorovinylmercury chloride with iodine In the pr enc of c;dmium iodide in absolute methanol. Izv. AN SSSR Otd.khim.nauk no.12:2125-2128 D 061. (HIM 14. 1-1 ) 1. Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet im. M.V.Lomonosova. (mercury compounds) (Cadmium iodide) (Substitution (Chemistry)) BELETSKAYA, I.P.; REUTOV, O.A.; KARPOV, V.I. Electrophylic substitution reactions at olefin-carbon atom. Report No-3: Reaction of trans- and cis ~chlorovirqlmerc=7 chloride with iodine in the presence of cadmium iodide in dimethylformamide. Izv. AN SSSR Otd.khim.nauk no.12:2129-2132 D 161. (MIRA 14:11) 1. Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet im. M,V.Lomonosova. (Mercury compounds) (Cadmium iodide) (Substitution (Chemistry))