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DYMSHI7S. L. A... Prof.; BELEVSKIY, A. G., kand. med. nauk Orbital lesions in acute neoplaetic leucoses in cbildren (chlorcma, sarcoleukemia of the orbit). Vast. oft. no.5:35-45 161. WFA 14:12) 1. Gospitallnaya pediatricheakaya k3inika (zav. - deystvitellnyy chlen AHN SSSR prof, A. F. Tur) i kafedra glaznykh bolezney (zav. - prof. V. I. Grigorlyeva) Ieningradskogo pediatrichaskogo meditsinskogo instituta. (ORBIT(EYE)-TUMORS) (LEUKEMIA) (CHLOROMA) DYMSHITS, L. A., prof.; DROZDOVA, H. V., dotsent; BELEVSKIY, A. G.p kand. med. nauk; TITOVO A. 1. Lesion of the eyes in marble disease (Albers-Schonberg disease), Vest. oft. no.2:52-55 v62. (MIRA 3.5:4) 1. Goopitallnaya pediatriobeokaya klinika (zav. - daystvitelinyy chlen AMN SSSR prof. A. F. Tur) i kafedra glaznykh bolezney (zav. - prof. V. 1. Grigorlyeva) Leningradekogo pediatricheskogo meditainskogo instituta. (BONES-DISEQUES) (RYE--DISEASES AND D=TS) i A:z- mk nilra Distr, (19 ).--Tlic r~Amtit~a P-Ittzliab, o!" ph-Nt P-Mectli, nkvltn~!End, taw, Me, c.11 a Sit ~Ala:,:c 1 (3 FZ13 64N 1-71 ED a EICI al, La tho pM;c;l' ol,,ilVd, -ruff v iz 2re -ranr" Wff,' dlz& A d6rfte wax 0mtryrd r AnA Eo t-;--e LrvrT tft,~ t-u-rrv cu,. !um &% --a-arda t~.Cm. steciLal- AUTHORS: Gorbachev, S. Vot Beleyakiy, 0. F, SOVI 76-32-6-18146 TITLE: The Polarization During the Cathodic Reduction of Nitro Compounds in Connection With the Problem Connerning the Ratio Between the Electrochemical and PhotGchemical Pro-,esses (Polyarizatsiya pri kato(inom vosstanovienii n1trosoyedineniy v svyazi a problemoy sootnosheniya mezhdu elektrokhimicheakimi i fotokhimicheakimi protsessami) PERIODICAL- Zhurnal fizicheskoy khimiip 1958, Vol- 32, 11r 6; Pp.1304-1312 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Proceeding from a general consideration of elentrochemical processesp in which the fact is stressed that the activation energy represents the degree of excitation of the electron shellp an analogy is expected to exist between the results of electrochemical and spectroscopic investigations of systems. The transition of the electron by an external action is said to be the common elementary act of both processes, the specific aspects of both prooesses, however, having to be taken into Recount. N. N. Beketov (Ref 1), Baur (Ref 3), N. Ye-Kho=tov 'Ref 4), Maccol (Ref 7) and Lyons (Ref 8), as Card I well as A. Pullman# B. Pullman and G. Berthier (Ref 11), /4 SOV/ 76-32-6-18/46 The Polarization During the Cathodic Reduction of Nitro Compounds in Con- nection With the P:eoblem Concerning the Ratio Between the Electrochemical and Photochemical Processes Watson and Matsen (Ref 12), Bergman (Hef 13) and Hoijtink and van Schootan (Ref 14) dealt with an analogy between electrochemical and photochemical processes. In the present investigation mainly aromatic nitro compounds are reduce& on solid cathodes in order to study the influence of the cathode material on the course taken by the process and to approachreal conditions in theelectrolysis. Views adopted b' N. Terenin (Ref 15), by N. A. Izgaryshev and A. A. Petrova (Ref 17) and data by S. A. Voytkevich (Ref 18) are mentioned and discussed. Investigatidns were conducted with the below mentioned compounds at copper and tin elec- trodes at various temperatures. The experimental technique is described. The fact is mentioned that according to A. A. Petrova (Ref 21) the reduction product of nitromethane of a reduction at 250 on tin cathodes in an hydrochloric-'acid medium contains P-methylhydroxyl.amine as a bas3.c product@ According to the experimental re3ults the depolarizing effect Card 2/4 of the nitrocompounds on a tin dathode is increased in the -~-.SOVI 76-~'?-6-18/A6 The Folarizat~cn trur4ng the Cathodic Reduction of Nitro Compc-unds in Can- neation With the Problem Concerning the Ratio Ftt*aen the Flentrc~chemical and Pbotochemical Procesees following crier: n-nitroani-line--r,-ritrophenol-m-nitr,~rr;enc.L- -n-nitrotoluene-!n-nitroaniline-iiitrobenzone-nitromethanes For the copper cathodA the order! n-nitroanillne-m-nitro- anilint--m-nitropherol-n-nitroto2uene-,z-nitrL,x))iL,r,el-nizro- benzene-nitromethane is given. A complicate-A influeft~~e of tPmperatu-?,P upon tho velocIty of the mleotrode reaction was founde This results in the!hu~ that no definite curelusiong can be drawr-as to the nature of polarization. The activation ewrgyq which was determined independently of the potential is given to be 4500 cal, which corresponds to the effective activation ererg L ,Y of a dirfus~-.n Process. From the evidpnse obtair.ed It is concluded that in the gasp 1-nder considpration the concentration polarizatiou is the decisive factor in the Plontrode proce3a. There are 6 figiirer. 2, and 21 refererces, 6 of wh1oh Rre Soviet, Card 3/4 SOVI 76-32-0-5-4 s/46 The Polarization During the rathodic Reduction of Nitro Compounda in Von- ne-,tion With the Problem Concerning the Ratio Betreen the Eleotroihemiial and Photochemical Processes ASSOOTATTON: Khimiko-tekhnologicheakiy instit.0 ir.. D. 'L. Mendeleyeva,, Moskva (Moscow ,.,Chemical and Technological Insi;itlite ime.1-1 D. 1. Mendebyev) SUBMITTED - Jawaary 31, 1957 1. Nitro compounds--Reduction 2. Cathodes--Performance 3. Nitro compounds-Polarization 4. Electrochemistry 5. Photochemistry Card 414 R"K I ~IPVSM ) S. F., Candidate of Chem Sci (diss) -- "On the interrelationship be- tveen spectral and electrochemical characteristics in investigating the processes of reducing certain nitro compounds". Moscow, 1959. 11 pp (Min Higher Edue T35,12n, Moscow Order of Lenin Chem-Tech Inst im D. I. Mendeleyev), 150 Copies (KL., No 20, 1959, 109) 83488 S/081/60/000/313(I)/002/014 AOO6/AOO1 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Khimiya, 196o, No. 13M, P. 74, # 51262 AUTHORS: Gorbachev, S. V , Belevskiy,s TITLE: Light Absor tio Potentials of Some Organic Ni-trocompounds Reduction PERIODICALs Tr. Mosk. khim.-tekhnol. in-ta im. D. I. Mendeleyeva, 1959, No. 26, pp. -190 TEXT: For the purpose of stablIshing a correlation betw6en electrochemical and photochemical processed, the authors compare the results of measuring the reduction potentials E (deter-mined from polarization reduo-Ition curves on'Sn, Cu or'Hg cathode) and the ultraviolet spectra of nitromethane (I), nitrobenzene (11), n-nitrotoluene (III), m- and o-nitrophenol (IV and V) ck-nitronaphthalene (VI), m and n-nitroaniline (VII and VIII) in aqueous or aqueous-alcohol solutions. The linear dependence between the potential E and the quantum energy (hv) at the longwave absorption edge was revealed; both quantities varied "ar-tibathetically" (antibatno). The quantum energy hv dropped in the I - VIII series. The authors believe that the correlation obtained may be explained on the basis of thea- Card 1/2 83488 4/081/60/000/013M/002/014 A0O6/AO01 Light Absorption and Potentials of Some Organic Nitrocompounds Reductfon photoreduction mechanism in the presence of an electron donor. Polarization measurements of I at 25 - 550C yIAld an effective activation energy,value of 4,500 cal. Consequently the concentration polarization is, under ~he given conditions, the determining factor of the electrode process of reduction of I. G. Korolev Translator's note.: This is the full translation of the original Russian abstract. Card 2/2 5W SOV/76-33-5-31/33 AUTHORSt Gorbachev, S. V., Belevskiy, 5. F. TITLEt On the Interrelation Between the Energy of Electron Lxcita- tion and the Energy of the Electroreduction of Aronatic Molecules (0 sootnosheniyakh mezhdu energiyey elektronnogo vozbuzhdeniya i energiyey elektrovosstanovleniya e-om,6tiches- kikh molekul) PERIODICAL3 Zhurnal fizicheskoy khimii, 1959, Vol 33, Nr 5, P 1154 (USSR) ABSTRACT: In their investigation (Ref 2) the authors tried to find a relation between the spectral and the electr..chemical. characteristics of the reduction of substituted nitrobenzenes, the reduction potential and the energy of the quantum at the adsorption limit; E red " const - khV. This assumption is attacked by Z. R. Grabovskiy %Ref 1). The authors admit that the assumption of comparable processes in eleotroreduc- tion and light absorption of nitro compounds is a hypothesis. But the formula set up is empirically guaranteed and is not Card 1/2 disproved by Grabovskiy. There are 2 Soviet referenoes. On the Interrelation Between the Energy of Blec-~ron SOY/76-33-5-31/33 Excitation and the Energy of the Blectroreduction of Aromatic molecules SUBMITTED: Septe=ber 13, 1958 Card 2/2 BELEVSKIY, S.F.; GORBACHEV, S.V. Electrochemical oxidation and absorption spectra of halogen ions. 2hur. fiz. khim. 36 no.4s742-746 AP 162. (MM 15t6) 1. MoskovBklv khimiko-takhnologichoLkiy institut imeni Mendeleyeva. (Halogens--Spectra) (Oxidation, Electrolytic) ~ACC NRI, AM66668 SOURCE CODE: UR/0076/66/040/011/2764/2770 AUTHOR: Van Vert-sin'; Bugayenko, L, T.; Belevskiy, V. N. ORG:- none TITtE: Radiation chemistry of chlorine-oxygen compounds.. VI, Radi- olysia of aolid perchlorates SOURCE: Zhurnal fizicheskoy Ichimii, v. 40, no. 11, 1966, 2764-2770 TOPIC-TAGS; solid perchlorate., radiolysis., gamma irradiation, per- chlorate ion, radiolysIs product, chlorine compound ABSTRACT: A study has been made of radiation-induced chemical reac- tions In solid NaC104 and NaClOh-H20 at -196-20C) and In solid Ba(C'104)2-3H20 and Mg(Cl04')2 at room temperature. Purified poly- crystalline perch''orate specimens were y -irradiated from a COO source (dose rate, '. -3-1016 ev/g.sec). The irradiated specimens were dissolved In water and analyzed for C102, for Cl-., C10-, and C102- ions, and- for the sum of the reduction products of the C104- ion b methods de- scribed earlier by'the authors 4o.. 209 The' (Zh. fiz. khimiij Nj 1965). concentration of 0105- ions was determined from the balance. The results of the study, given in graphical and tabular form, indicate--_ that;. 1) the main radidlysis product of the C104- ion is the C105- Ion, Cord UDC: --5-41.-15 ACC NR, In addition to the C10~-,Aon,, C102 and Cl-., C10--and C102- 0 ions are formed; and 2).the yield in Cl- ions is proportional to the electron share,or'the_.cation., as a result of the transfer of energy from the cation to the anion. A mechanism of the radiolysis of perchlorate ions in solid salts,is proposed.' This mechanism involves-1onizationand-- excitation of the'perchlorate ion as a first step, and redox conver- Sims of 6ompounds of intermediate valence chlorine as subsequent steps, ~The study was reviewed by P.rofessor N. A, Bakh, Orig. art..has: 6 figures and3 tables, M.As 771 ~SUB CODE.- SUBM DAT'El' 07jun65/ ORIG PM j 007/ OTH RM 010 Card BUGAYENKOI L.T.; ~~ ~V N. Reaction of thermalized electron in frozen aqueous solutions. Dokl. AN SSSR 164 no.lt127-130 S 165. (KIRA 18t9) 1, Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet im. M.V. Lomonosova. Submitted February 26, 1965. L 20~66::~ EWT(I)/)SwTkm)/,r/l%qrtt)/I?d~kP) RPL AP50 27186. SOURCE CODE:.~tM/0076/65/039/010/2589/2~91 AUTHOR; Belevski ~Nj' L. T. BuSayenko, ORG: MOB6 'State Universitj li._-M., V. Lomonosova",ftakovskiy gosudarstv ennyy-un versitet) 4- 1ITLE:- Formation and stabiliv on o y rogen atoms in frozen acidic aqueous -solutions SOURCE* Zhurnal fizicheskoy khimii, v. 39, no. 10, 1965, 2589-2591' -jjXAEojen Irradiation: TOPIC TAGSi effect, gamma irradiation, hydrogen ion, electron ~paramagnetic resonance, aqueous solution, hydrogen atom reactiont electroit.spin resonance ABSTRACT: .Experimental data obtained by electron g2in resonance are reported an'the formation.of hydro en atoms in solutions of NaC1047 HC104 and a series of.6ther acids irradiated with'Co'90 gamma.rays at 77K. The yield of H atoms was found to depend primarily on the concentration of hydrogen ions, n0t.C104- ions. Apparently, in acid solutions R atoms, are formed chiefly by the reaction 4 + e -HP + H20- i:, 'Mus the main conditio-n..of them. formatiM and subsequent stabilization of H'atoms-in solutions is the presence of a sufficiently,high hydrogen ion concentration-.- The second conditicrn~-of the~stabilization of H"atom3 is the stability of the anion of the acid toward the H jatpm._~.Another.condition of stabilization of H atoms is 'the, -presence of a coma lek~4fii6ii; geometrical c'on!- -iguration permits their.trapping. Card 22' L 35849-66 EWP(J)/Ew(m ACC NR' AP6014894 S.OURCE CODE- uli/0076/65/039/012/P,958/2961 AUTHOR: Belevskiy, V. N.; Bugayenko, L. T. IORG: Moscow State University im. M. V. Lomonosov (Moskovskiy Igosuderstvannyy universitet-y- TITLE: Stabilization of a solvated electrox. in frozen neutral aqueous solutions SOURCE: Zhurnalfizicheskoy khimii, v- 39, no- 12, 1965, 2958-2961 TOPIC TAGS: electron, aqueous solution absorption spectrum j perchlorate, sodium compound, x ray irradiation, gamma irrahation ABSTRACT: The article reports the results of an investigation of the absorption spectra. in the visible and ultraviolet regions, in frozen concentrated aqueous solutions of sodium perchlorate//and other seltsp irradiated with x rays and gamma rays. The solutions to beilrradiated, were frozen with liquid nitrogen in flat quartz cells with X-~-~klj-~qknbss of 3 mm. The resulting glasses were transparent in the region from 250 to 1200 m1A. During measurement of the spectra with a type SF-4 spectrophotometer the cells were placed in a quartz Dower vessel filled with liquid nitrogen. All irradiations and measurements were done at 770K. In Individual cases, the electron paramagnetic resonance spectrum Card 1/2 UDC: 5k1.515 L 35849-66 ACC NRI AP60148 94 was taken witb a type EPR-2 rediospectrometer, Experimental results are sbown grapbicall7. Observations were made of solvated eleotronss stabilized under these conditions. Orig. art, bas: 2 figures, SUB CODE: 20/ SUBM DATE: 06Aug64/ ORIG REF: 003/ OTH REF: 009 Card' 2/2 r= WT (m) /E`.'1P (j ) /T Mi1,.N11JV1D ACC NRi AP015092 SOURCE CODE: UR/0020/66/168/001/0122/0125; AUTHORS; Belevekkyj V, N,; BRMenko, L. T.; Golubev, V. B. ORG: Moscow State vnivarsitx Lm. U. V. homong Qt (Moskovskiy gosudaretvennyy universitet) TITLE: Kinetics of the decomposition of radicalls in frozen aqueous solutions of NaC104 and HC104 SOURCE: AN SSSR. Dokladyj v. 168, no. 1, 1966, 122-125 TOPIC TAGS: free radical, chemical kinetics, electron spin resonance ABSTRACT: Kinetics of the disappearance of the hydrogen atoms M and hydroxyl (n) and chlorine trioxide (III) radicals in a frozen aqueous solution of NaC104Aand HC104 60 T-F-51ay should irradiated with Co 'Y -rays were investigated by means of ESR. Such a stu clarify the mechanism by which the molecular products of radiolysis are formed. Solutions were frozen in glass ampules 2--2-5 mm thick and irradiated with Y -rays in closes of ^j 3 x 10 16 ev/mi/sec at -196C. Modification of the continuous method described by V. B. Golubev (ZhM. 38P 2320, 1964) was employed in following the reaction kinetics. A typical decomposition curve is shown in Fig. 1. For short reaction times the process was strictly of second order for I and III, but of mixed order for II. 1/2 UDC: 541-15+541-515+541. L 36504-66 ACC NR: AP6015092 Fig. 1. Typical disappearance curves for radicals at -140C in 5 M HC10 1 - signal 4 from test sample; 2 - signal from standard; 3 - calibration lines 4 h id, fi For an extended reaction time the process was of the first order for all investigated radicals. Activation energies for the disappearance of I and III were determined, and it was found.that the activation enerBy of the disappearance of H in RC104is twice that in NaCIO4. This paper was presented by Academician A. N. Frunkin on 1.2 August 1965, Orig. art. has' 4 figures, 1 table, and 3 equations.. SUB CODE: 07/ SUNDATEi .23Jul65/ ORIG REFt 0061 OTH REP: 003 Time --v L 04475-61 5?f'r(m'j/T/EWP( t )/ETI I.JP(c) J41WW1JG1JWD ACC NR3 AP6020376 SOURCE CODE: UlVO078/66/011/003/0673/0675 AUTBM: Wang, Won-haing; Bugayenko, L. T.; Belevskiy, V. N. ORGt Chemistry Departmentt Moscow State Universi (Khimicheakiy fakulltet, Hoskov- skiy gosudarstvenrqy universitet) 10 TITLEt Thermographic analysis of.sodium pLerchiorats__ solutions-, Zhurnal neorganicheskoy khimii, v. 110 no@ 3, 1966j 673-675 TOPIC TAGSt phase diagram., perchlorate, sodium compound, thermographic analysi ABSTRACT: The thermographic method was used to study the phase transformations in con] centrated aqueous solutions of sodium, perchlorate at low temperatures. The thermograme were recorded in twiperature vs. time coordinates. Both polycrystalline samples (ob- tained by slow freezing) and vitreous samples were studied. In polycrystalline sam- ples, the heating curves in the range of -196 to 000 (77-2730y,) showed only one endo- thermic transition at -3800 (2350K) (curve 1., Fig. 1 ). In vitreous samples) the heat- ing curves showed two main transitions: an exotherrdc one (with a sharp temperature rise) at -780C (1950K) and an endothermic one (with a distinct plateau) at 380C1 (2350K (curve 2., Fig, 1), The-first transition corresponds to the devitrification of the so- lution, ancl the second its thought. to be associatedwith the fusion of a eutectic mix- ture of the lVpotbetical composition NaGl04-4H2O* A phase diagram of the aqueous so- dium perchlorate solutions is shown in Fig, 2. Orig. art. has: 2 figures. L 04475-67 ACC NRt AR Fig. 1. Heating curves of frozen 8 X NaM04 solutions 11 2 - integral thermograms of polycrystalline and vitreous samples) 3 - differential thermo-s gram of vitreous sample Fig. 2. Phase diagram of aqueous sodium perchlorate 10 solutions. .4f a - our data- b - data of P. Freeth (Rec. Trav. chim. 43, 477, 1924). 1 temperature .41 of start of crystallization; 2 temperature of start of fusion; 3 - temperature of tran- X sition from vitreous to polycrystaMne state W&VIN Cowteldr4jr." Wt" ye SUB GOIS: 07/ SUBK DATEs 3OJun6h/ ORIG REFt -001/ OTH REF.: 001 PJ2 2P,077 8/181/61/003/009/009/039 -3 B102/B104 AUTHORSs Bazhanova, N. P., Belevskiy, V. P., and Fridrikhov, S. A. TITLEs Secondary electron emission of barium- and yttrium oxide at low energies of primary electrons (1 - 100 ev) PERIODICAL: Fizika tverdogo tela, v. 3, no. 9, 1961, 261o - 2619 TEXTs The mechanism of secondary electron emission has hitherto been in- sufficiently studied, particularly in the range of low primary energies Ep. The authors studied the secondary electron emission (s.e.e.) of thick BaO- and Y203 layers due to 1 - 100-ev electron bombardment at tempera- tures of up to 5000C. The purpose of the present study was to obtain data on the s.e.e. threshold and on the type of E p-dependence of the s.e.e.- coefficient 6, of the elastic reflection factor R, and of the coefficient 6 of the emission of slow electrons, as well as data on the primary emission due to primary electron reflection from the emitter. The s.e.e. threshold is designated as being that primary electron energy E*, at which p Card 11/5 28077s/1 a 1/61/003/009/009/039 Secondary electron emission... B102/B104 the secondary electron energy distribution begins to display a maximum due to true secondary emission, and at which 6 begins to rise rapidly. Measurements were made in pulsed operation at t 3000C (BaO) and twroooc (Y 20 3) with periodic pulses. BaO and Y 203 were deposited on a nickel and a tungsten backing, respectively, both ranging between 50 and 100p. High- purity condit ions were maintained throughout the work. Once the targets were completed, they were subjected to heat treatment for several hours. The measuring chamber was evacuated for 3 4 days with diffusion pumps until the residual gas pressure dropped to 3 5-10- 9 mm Hg. The 6 (E P) curves of BaO layers displayed a low maximum at E p - 3 ev, a minimum at 5 ev, and, subsequently, a steep but not monotonic rise to 50 ev. The work function was found to be (1.6 t 0.1) ev. 6 (E P) and R(E P) were determined fr,,)m the delay curves of the secondary current. As may be seen, the slow- electron apectrum begins at Ep = 5 - 6 ev. 6, R, and 6 as functions of Ep (Fig. 4) prar,-tically displayed no temperature dependence between 20 and Card 2/5 28077 S/181/61/003/009/009/039 Secondary electron emission... B102/B104 3500C. Similar results were obtained for Y 20 3 layers. Regarding these, a (E P) was recorded for E P being between 1 and 90 ev. The maximum was found att44 ev, and the minimum atN 7.5 ev, whereupon a nonuniform rise took place again. The work function was (3 t 0.1) ev. a did not change between 20 and 10000C. Here, E* is 6.5 ev, For Y 0 Fig. 8 shows 0, R, P 2 3' and 6 as functionsof E p. In a detailed discussion, results are compared with those obtained for other dielectrics, and, above all, a qualitative agreement is found. A study of the energy spectra of elastically and in- elastically reflected electrons yielded relatively high values (R max-"LO-5) for the reflection factors, compared with those relative to metals. They cannot be explained by the sole assumption of a quantum-mechanical reflec- tion of primary electrons from the potential barrier of the vacuum-di- electric interface. It is necessary also to assume electron scattering within the lattice (e.g., also by phonons). The singularities shown by the curves (e.g., d (E ) for BaO at E C110, 15, 20, and 35 ev, for Y 0 p p_'_ 2 3 atnL15, 25, and 35 ev; the singularities of curves R(E p ) and &(EP) may Card 3/5 28077 S/181/61/003/009/009/039 Secondary electron emission... B102/B104 be seen in the figures) are associated with the energetic structure of the substances. Professor A. R. Shullman, whose laboratory was used for the investigation, is thanked for advice and discussions. D. A. Gorodetskiy is mentioned, There are 8 figures, 1 table, and 28 references: 10 Soviet and 18 non-Soviet. The three most recent references to English-language publications read as follows: E. Taft et al. Phys. Rev. 113, 156, 1959; A. Lempicki. Proc. Phys. Soc. B66, 278, 1953; D. Wright, J. Woods. Proc. Phys. Soc. 66,.1073, 1953. ASSOCIATION: Leningradskiy politekhnicheskiy institut imeni M. I. Kalinina (Leningrad Polytechnic Institute imeni M. 1. Kalinin) SUBMITTED: March 27, 1961 Card 4/5 LUR'YJ~,,:)CU.Yu*, prof*j ANTINIVA, F.S.; BEUMSEV., A.N, Purification of wast,6 imters from fluorides. TSve~. met. 31+ no*2: 43-47 F 161. V (KrRA 14: 6) (industrial wotbi) (Water-parification) 111LOVANOV, L.V.; BELFVTSEV, A.N.; SHCHUKINAO G.A. Purification of plating plants' waste water containing cyanide. Ochis. stoch. vod, no,3:4-16 162. (KMA 16:5) (Cyanides) (Industrial wastes-Parification) BELEVTSKV, A.N.; MLOVANOV, L.V.; SHCHUKINA, G.A. Purification of plating plants' waste Ochis. stoch. vod. UoJt~7,~-38 162. ,(Chromium) (ICndustrial water containing chromium. (KUU 16: 5) wastes-Purification) na"filff, A.T. Usixg *lectrolysis procedures for antematic calibratisa of wire. Priborostrawkie ne.1-19-21 J& 1 57. Om 10-4) Pleetric wire) (Blectrolysts) 9(2) PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION 1250 Belevtsev, Artem. Tikhonovich Tekhnologiya proizvodstva potent8iometrov ~Technology of Producing Potentiometers) Moscow, Oborongiz, 1958. 215 p. 4,000 copies printed. Reviewer: Kiselev, V.M., Candidate of Technical Sciences; Ed.: Polyakov, G.F., Engineer; Ed. of Publishing House: Kuznetsova, A.G.; Tech. Ed.: Rozhin, V.P.; Managing Ed.: Sokolov, A.I., Engineer. PURPOSE: The book Is intended for production engineers and designers and for personnel of scientific-research Institutes concerned with the design and techniques of producing electric components. It may also be useful to students of initrument-making vuzes and tekhn"Ikums. Card 1/7 Technology of Producing Potentiometers 1250 COVERAGE: The author dezeribes the manufacture of wire potentiometers and their component parts. He discusses problems of assembly, inspection and use and analyzes primary errors of wire potentio- meters. He also gives kinematic diagrams and descriptions of , modern winding machines. According to the author, the Soviet and foreign literature on potentiometers during the last 8 to 10 years has dealt mainly with problems of design and application. Very little has been said about production techniques. In the present work the author attempts to give a systematic description,,a of the production methods employed by Soviet industry in the manufacture of wire potentiometers for use in aircraft Instruments and automatic devices. He includes data obtained from recent scientific- research and design work conducted by a number of research organiza- tions. Future trends in improving the production of heavy-current potentiometers are briefly discussed, The author thanks Engineer I.A. Buyanov who helged to write Chapter V and Engineer V.Kh. . Kurn-yavKo, wAo wrote ection 7 of Chapter ViII and helped to write Card 2/7 Technology of Producing Potentiometers 1250 Section 5 of Chapter VI. There are 35 references, of which 19 are Soviet, 14 English, 1 Frenchand 1 German. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Foreword 3 Introduction 5 Ch. 1. Basic Information on Potentiometers 7 1. Function 7 2. Types of potentiometers- 9 3- Design of potentiometers 12 4. Construction of potentiometers 15 Card 3/7 Technology of Producting Potentiometers 1250 5. Applications of potentiometers 17 Ch. 2. Technical Requirements 22 1, Errors of potentiometers which distort their characterist ics 22 2. Accuracy of potentiometer characteristics 28 Ch. 3. Wires Most Suitable for Potentiometers 34 1. Metal alloys and varnishes used in the production of winding wires 34 2. Drawing of wires 45 3. Calibration of vilres according to resistance by the electro- . polishing method 49 Ch. 4. Production of Forms 68 1. Error in potentiometers caused by inaccuracies In the production of forms 69 Card 4/*7 Technology of Producing Potentiometers 1250 2. Materials for forms '(7 3. Production of forms for linear and functional potentio- meters 83 Ch. 5. Winding of Wires on Forms 96 l.' Error in the elements of a winding machine 96 2. Kinematic diagrams of winders 106 Ch. 6. Preparing the Cont~ct Path 128 1. Mechanical method 128 2. Chemical method 130 3. Automatic methods 131 4. Wet-abrasive blast method 134 5. Ultrasonic method 136 Ch. 7. Production of Contacts and Main Assembly Details 143 Card 5/-( Technology of Producing Potentiometers 1250 Ch. 8. Methods of Decreasing Overall Error of Potentiometers 150 1. Radial"profiiling of a form 151 2. Electric profiling by the voltage curve 152 3. Mechanism witb a profiled diaphragm 155 4. Lamellar mechanism 158 Sliding-block mechahism ' 158 mechanism Cam 129 7. Final adjustment of the potentiometer after completion 1 2 8. Multiwinding potentiometers and their winding by electro- duplication with program control 168 Ch-. 9. Assembly and Inspection 184 1. Impregnation of resistors and their assembly 184 2. Leads and their fastening 86 3. Checking of basic parameters 189 Card 6/7 Technology of Producing Potentiometers 1250 Ch. 10. 'Operating Conditions'of Potentiometers 201 1. Contact couples 201 2 - Shapes and sizes of contacts 211 3: Noises 212 Bibliography 214 Table of Contents AVAILABLE: Library of Congress JP/ksv 3-18-59 215 Card 7/7 All, F4. 'Pic if g. 9 A K 6r r r elk F EELEVTSM,.!!= Tikhonoviob - (Technology of the manufacture of electrical instruments] Tekhnologiia elektropriborostrooniia. MI?skya, ICI. Pt.2. [Technology of electrical components] ?Wftologiin elektro- e.lementov. 1961. 158 p. (MIRA 16:8) (Electric apparatus and appliances) BEIEVTSEV, A.T.) kand.tekhn.nauk Improving the maniLfacture of high-precitsion potentiometers. Priborostroonie no.6:17-19 Je ,6i. (MIRA 14:6) (PotentJometer) Axz= gakiff=9 . - % - . - TrT~7~ ~ ~ ~'. -~ ~ - -~ ', BELEVTSEV Artem Tikbonovich- LAMMIN, V.I... inzh.,, retsenzent; ANTONOIVA~ S.D.p red. izd-va; ROZHIN, V.P.$ tekbn. red. [Potentiometers] Potentsiometry. Moskvaf Oborongizy 1962. 354 P. (MIRA 15: 6) (Potentiometer) BEgME kalmd- teklM. nauk; GOLIKOV-1 V.I., kand. tekhn. mailk; GOTSERIDZE, R.M.,r-Insh.; YEFIMV, V.P., kand.tekhn. nauk (deceased]l ![OPANMCH,,Ye.G...j~xnd. tekhn. nauk; MALOV, A.N.f prof.; PARFE,NOV, O.D.., kand. t~ihn.. n'auk; ROZENEERG, A.G., takhn.; SW *BRATOV, M.N.jkand. tekhn. nauk; SKURATOV, A.Ye., kand. tekhn. I.A. .Taukj SOXOLOVSKIt kand. tekhn.nauk; SYROVATCUMO, P.V., kand. tekbz!.nauk; TISHCEM, O.F., doktor tekbno nauk;. USHAMV, N.N.,, kapd. tekhn. nauk; CHUMAKOV, V.P..' kand. tekbn..;.nauk; SHALINOV, V.A.,, kand. tekhn.nauk; SHISHKIN, V.A., kand. tekhn.nauk; YUZHM, I.I., inzh.; BLAGOSKLONOVA, N.Yu., red. izd-va; SOKOLOVA, T.F., tekhn. red. (Manual for engineers in the iistrument industry]Spravochnik tekhnologa-priborostroitelia..-Pod red. A.N.Malova. Moskva, Masbgiz, 1962. 9M P. (MIRA 16:2) (Instrtment manufacture) BEIMTSEV, A.T., kand. tekhn. nauk This manual can be recommended for instrument-manufacture specialists with broad educational background. Priborostronenie, no.11%32-3 of doter N t63. (MIRA 16t12) 1. Zamestitell direktora po nauchnoy rabote Vsesoyuznogo nauchno- issledovatelli3kogo tekhnologicheskogo instituta priborostroyeniya. BEISMSEV, Artem Tikhonovich; ODEROV, I.A., red. [Radio equipment manufacture technology) Tekbnologiia, pro- izvodstva radioapparatury. Moskvay Izd-vo "Energiia," 1964. 639 P. (MIRA 17:5) I j BEI;EVTSEV-.-.A3z!~em.T-iMg-qo-,~:LLqh;.-SMILVSKIY , Yu.V., red. (Microminiaturization of radioelectronle apparatus] Mi.krominiatiuri,zatsiia radioelektronnoi apparatury. Moskvaj Energiia, 1965. 256 p. (MIRA 18:3) ~ACC NR: AP6029786 SOURCE CODE. UR/0119/66/0001008/0005/OOOT .:AUTHOR.- Belevtsev, A. T. (Candidate of technical sclences)i Voronkov, G. Y&. (Candidat C scle es); IAdorenko, No (Corresponding member 'AN SSSR); Fedorin, V. A. (Engineer) :ORG*. none MTLE: Electrochemically-controlled resistor SOURCE: Priborostroyeniyet no. 8, 1966, 5-7 TOPIC TAGS; resistor, electrochemically controlled iresistor !ABSTRACT: The electr( -controlled resistor A iconsists of cell I (see figure) filled with an electrolyte and ;containing resistive electrode 2 and control metal electrode j3. D-c control signal in applied between one end of 2 and 3. ,Readout a-c signal appears between A and B. An i.Card 112 UDCt 6ZL 316-87 J ACC NR: AP6029786 experimental model had an Initial resistance of 150 ohms which could be brought. down to 10 ohms in 7 sec. Plots of resistance vs. time and control current and hysteresis vs. control current are shown. The capacitance of the cell was 40 millicoulombs with a current of 2 ma, and a resistance of 5-150 ohms. So farp ! its 7 the new device has hardly been practical: it cannot operate as a potentiometer; hysteresis is too large; the resistance -hysteresis relation is nonlineari onir ac in suitable for readout; resistance variation rate is insufficient the device survives only about 2000 cycles of operation. Orig.- art. hasr 7 figures and I formula. SUB CODE: 09 SUBM DATE: now ORIG JLEFt 003 OTH RE]r: 003 Card 212 ACC NR: A117005615 SOURCE CODE: UR/0413/67/000/002/0052/0053 INVENTOR: Belevtsev,_A. T.; Dudkin, L. D.; Ycrofeyev, R. S.; Lidorenko, N. S.; Khanin, M. ORG: - none TITLE: A method for manufacturing thermoelements. Class 21, No. 190448 (announced by' the All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Current Sources (Vsesoyuznyy nauchno- issledovatel'skiy institut istochnikovtoka) I SOURCE: Izobreteniya, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, no. 2, 1967, 52-53 TOPIC TAGS: thermocouple, temperature sensitive element. CL)A)ReXj 7- ABSTRACT: A method of making thermocouples with a variable concentration of electric Icurrent carriers along the operating temperature gradient is introduced. To assure both optimum variable concentration of the carriers and thermodynamic stability of ,the elements, the amount of alloying impurities in the carrier concentration is Idetermined by the specific solubility of the alloying impurities, thus assuring the desired relationship between the carrier concentration and temperature-i.e.,. n = T3/4. [JR) l SUB CODE: 09/ SUBM DATE: 29jul65 ~,Card 1 UDC: 621,362.1 BMVTSEVg B.Ae; RETTAG, V,A. -Experimental study of thick-walled CYlinders under tension. Sbor. Ot. NIIKMD04ASH no.21,-23P-32 (KIRA 11:7) BELICVTSW, B.A.; YERYTAG, V.A. PeriGC44 the wthod of measuring the deformhon of bodies of high-Pre8sure apparatuses by means of vire resistance strain gauges. Sbor, at@ NIIMII)MSH noa2lr,'-4-64 138.. OaRk 1-1: 7) (Deformations (Heblhanics)) (Metals'--Testing) Mum ACCNR~__jjki6~77 (W) SOURCE CODE: UR/0314/66/000/008/OM.1/0013 AUTHOR: Belevtsev, B. A. (Engineer); Freytag,_V._A. (Candidate of technical actinces) ORG: None TITLE: Stationary seals at high pressures SOURCE: Khimicheskoye i neftyanoye mashinostroyeniye, no. 8, 1966, 11-13 TOPIC TAGS: sealing device, hermetic seal, high pressure ABSTRACT: The authors describe the basic operating principles of two types of seals used at the Leningrad Scientific Research Institute W-C-hem-i-cal M-a-c-'hi-in-ery in hydraulic teGts and r6c7 n- d V -a FI-ou-s modifications for improving seal design. .The two types of seals are shown in figures I axkd 2. The viscoelastic type may be used for testing thick-walled cylinders at an internal pressure of up to 6000 atm. The viscoelastic seal- ing elements are.made from various ~v L-A Ar lam Tigure 1. Viscoelastic seal for testing thick-' !walled cylinders: 1--sleeve; 2--viscoelastic elements; 3--blind stopper; 4--booster head; '5and8--yokes with collars; 6--transfer mandrel; '-7--t ick-valled cylinder. Card 1/2 UDC; b2,jb214-r9?JT k7d_NG__AP60_28577 materials depending on the operating condi- tiona. The operation of the seal is explained by treating the vincoelastic material as a viscous liquid. The material is forced into the clearance extremely slowly due to its Ii rh ! ev- On the other hand , if the gap is so small that the friction of the flowing viscoelastic material against the wall of the gap balances -the pressure of the medium, the material will not be forced into the gap at all. This type of seal works equally vell under liquid and gas 1--cocTonents pressures. Elastoplastic seals (see figure Figure 2. Faastoplastic seal: being sealed; 2--rings made of vis.doelastiC 2) are a combination of a corrugated liner material; J--annular mandrel. and a viscoelastic seal. The annular man- drel in this type of seal is made from soft iteel. As the internal pressure increases this mandrel'is subjected to radial defor- mation. Expansion of the mandrel under the effect of internal pressure continues un- til the projections on the outer surface of the mandrel touch the inner -surface of the components being sealed. When the internal pressure is reduced or released, radial deformation of the ring keeps the seal airtight. Suggestions arre made for improving the reliability and durability of-both types of seals. Orig. art. has; figures. SUB CODE; 13/ SUBM DATE; None .Card 2/2 BELEVTSEV D.H. Space arrangement for sunflower in the zone of insukficient moisture Zemledelie 24 no-3:60-70 Mr 62. (MM 15:j) 1. Donskaya opytnaya stantslya. (Rostov Province--Sunflowers) (Plants, Space arrangement of) ALEKSEYEV, A.P., kand. biol. nauk; LUKASHEV, A.I.s, kand. selt- khoz. nauk;,BELEVTZEV.-D-X., kand. sellkhoz. nauk; KALININ, N.I., st. nauchn. sotr.; VIDANOV, L.A., akademik, red.; ALEKSMVI., R.L., red. [Sunflowers in the Dan Valley] Podsolnecbnik na Donu. [By] A.P.Alekseev i dr. Rostov na Donup Rostovskoe knizhnoe izd- vo., 1964. 110 P. (MRA 17:6) IxWMEqV$ %_*A. 1~ GAVRILENKOp N."; GRINENKO,, I.M.; XOROSTIK, P.O.; UEELINIKOVO I.V.j KWAVTSEV,, N.I,, kand. tekhn. nauk; MISHCHENKO,, N.M.; POPOVI N.N,,, kand., tekhn. nauk;- SEMIK, 1,P,,, kand. tekhn. nauk; TOTSKIY, M.P,,.kand. tekhn. nauk; SH&STOPAUff, I.I.; Prinimali uchastiye: SOLDATKIN,, A.I.; SOLCHKO, V.P.; SOLCMATIN, L.M.; BOLOTSKIY., D.V.; ZAPOROZHETS, N.P.; BMCHASTNYY, A.Te.; SHVETS.. N.Kh.; LIMNIN, S.D.; SHUMSKIY, L.B.; VASIKOVICHO N.A.1 YEROKHINA, A.I.; GELTM, B.A. Desvlfuration of pig iron in a fast-revolving and conti=ous dr=o Met.. i gornorud. prcm. no-423-5 Jl-Ag 165. (MIRA 18:10) .PMBEIEVTSET, 1.11. Indr-6ning the rate of longwall operations. Ugoll Ukr. 6 no.6:27-28 -Te 162. (MIRA 15:7) 1. Zamertitell glavnogo inzhenera shakhty No.54 tresta BokovoarGratsit, (Donets Basin-Coal mines and mirim) ] 1- 4"7 Ap--Te 1620 deIposits. Analele geol geogr 16 no.2s BAMTSEV, M.N., inzh. - Walls and ceilings of processing sections of meat combines. Prom. stroi. 37 no.9-32-3? S '59. (MIRL 13:1) (Walls) (Meat industry) .11 MUTSM. ya 13 Geochemical methods of prospecting for orer deposits..Geolzbpr. % n0-3:94-97 156. (ma qjn) (Geochamical prospecting) AUTHOR BELEVTSEV N.Ya., TEPLITSKAYA N.V. OD-~247/67 TITLE A Case--oT-S-econdary Concentration of Ferriferous Quartzites of the Olenegorsk Deposit. (Sluchay wtorichnogo oboga8hoheniya zhelezistykh kvartistov ny Olenegroskom mestorozhdenii .-Russian) PERIDOCAL Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR,1957,Vol 113,Nr 2,pp 411-413 U.S.S.R.) Received 6/1957 Reviewed 7~1957 ABSTRACT Perroferous quartzites which lie among old archaic gneissare wi- despread over the U.S.S.A. (Ukraine,Ural,Aldan and Kola-peninsula). By several peculiarities they differ from the ferriferous hornblen- des and gespilites from Krivoy -Rog and the KMA (-Kursk magnetioal Anomaly).Iron-quartzites are used as raw meterial for the production of blast furnee aglomeration.So far important deposits of rich iron- ores have never been found among them.The iron containing quartzite from Olenogorsk (Kola-peninsuld) is a streaky rock, consisting of ore-containing and ore-free alternating intermediate layers.They are not workable, but are interesting from a scientific point of view,as they demonstrate the secondary concentration process and canthus refer to the possible occurrence of rich workable ores;the ore-layers (0-5,12 mm thick) here mainly consist of magnetite with considerable quantites of quartz and smaller quantites of hae- matite,amphibolite and pyroxene.The two former form intercreseen- ces and idiomorphic crystals.Spacesare filled by non-ore minerals. Card 1/3 The o-re-free layere(O-3-15 mm) consist of quartz, at times with . . I A Case of Secondary Concentration of Ferriferous .20-2-47167 Quartzites of the Olenegorsk Deposit. subordinate quantities of amphibolite, pyroxene and biotite.Iron content of the quartzites fluctuates between 23 and 27 UP to 36%, on the average - 33%. The "vein" of the rich iron-ore (ill.1) lies between amphibalite-magnetite-quartzites with an inclination of 25-360 towards-the streakiness of the latter and has a steep in- cline (6o-650) towards the south.When unearthing them they can be followed for 7-8 m. Their complicated folding which usually ceases in contact with quartzite is characteristic. Ore consists oft mag- netite 595L, haematite 12%, amphibolite 18% and quartz 8%. Amphibo- lite can be classed within the actimolite series. Pyroxene is in- termediate between aegirine and augite.In contact with ore, quar- tzite is concentrated by amphibolite and pyroxene, which here re- places quartz and which mostly deposit in the intermediate layere of quartz as margins along the borders of the intermediate layers of ore.Iron-quartzites here contain: 3-5% haematite, 5.1% amphi- bolite and 5% pyroxene. A great similarity of the minerological and incidentally also of the chemical composition as well as of the constitution of the ore quartzites and iron-ores can be noticed, except for different quantities of iron and silicic acid.Thus the secondary concentration of the iron quartzites consists it% the in- crease of content of ore mineralst Pyroxene and amphibolite, which replace quartz in ore containing and ore-free intermediate layers. Such a mineral-paragenesis could develop in the ore on the occasion Card 2/3 of a certain surplus of Fe, Mg,Ca,Na, and Al.The Fe-increase in the A. Case of Secondary Concentration of Ferriferous BROWN Quartzites of the Olenegorsk Deposit. 2D~34~'76_7 ore can also be explained by its motioh within the quartzite lay- ers.With regard to time the secondary concentration can be pla- ced into the period of the general metamorphism of the sediments and of the formation of the respective rocks.Similar modifications of rock composition are also known at several places of the Ukraine. In Olenegorsk the "veins" can represent a symptom for the presence of workable deposits of rich iron-ores (With 1 schedule,2 illustrations,2 citations from Slavic publica- tions). ASSOCIATION Institute for Geological Sciences of the Academy of Science PRESENTED BY KORZHINSKIY D.S., Member ofthe Academy SUBMITTED 16.3-1956 AVAILABLE Library of Congress Card 3/3 P4L-EV-T-gU-,-Rxla&-EXelievtoov.. R&IA. I Division of intrusive rocks as reveals& by the studies in the Uda-]Khi:Lok intarfluve of western Transbaikalia. Geol.zhur. 22 no.51-75-80 162. (MIRA 15:12) 1* Kiyevskiy gomWarstvennyy universitet. (Transbaikalia-Rocks, Igneous) KOM WIN, V.G., nachallnik; 'IN023HTM.P.P., nachallnik; BXIZVTSIV, T.N.,. uprailyayushchiy; GARYASU, V.V., uprav1yayushchiy;'-GWM?VM. upralya- yushchiy; KCKOVALOV. G.I., upravlyayushchiy; GIT-1-11H, A-L, nachallnik; GUBIN, H.I., glavVy inshener. The Soviet miners honor Miners Day with new industrial victoriex. Ugoll 28 no.8:5-15 Ag '53. (91-RA 6:7) 1. Kombinat Kusbassugoll (for Kozhavin). 2. Kombinat Karaganclaugoll (for Inozemtsev). 3. Treat Stallnugoll (for Belevtoev). 4. Treat Kalinin- ugoll (for Gryazev). 5. Treat Holotovagoll (for Grachev). 6. Treat Shchekinugoll (for Konovalov). ?. Sliakhtoupravlania No.9/12 tresta Shchekinugoll (for Giller). 8. Shakhta No.34 tresta Krasnoarmeyokugoll (for Odbin). (Goal mines and mining) t2L~M4VTZI~l ,~~ VO T, 11, Pelevtsev, T. K. " Investigation of the Pr b1 of Selecting an Effective System of Working 0 TS the Strata of the Gorlovka trats, und-ir the Conditions of the 'Stalinugoll Trust." Min Coal Industry Ukrainian SSR. "Stalinugol" Trust. Stalino, 1955. (Dissertations for theDegres of Candidate in Technical Sciences). SO- Knizhnaya latopist, No 27, 2 July 1955 BSLRVTSEV,T.N., inshener, laureat Stalinskoy premii; LIPKOVIC9,S.M., W-11"Im"Olwatv ~ I ~ Experience in working with toll pillars at"the mines of the Stalino Coal Trust. ugol, lo no.4:35-38 Ap 155. (XLRA 8:6) I. Treat Stalinagoll (for Belavtaev) 2. Donstakiy industrialinyy institut (for Lipkovioh) (Donate Basin--Coal mines and mining) SIMPVT33-WI T,. N, Bel,17tsev, T. N. "Investigation of the problq of selecting an effective system of working the strata of the G6r1o%-ka, C2 deposit undir the conditions of the 'Stalinugol" trust." Hin Coal Industry Ukrainian SSR. "Stalinugoll" Trust. Stalino, 1956. (Dissertation For the Degree of Candidate In Technical Sciences.) Knizhnaya letopis' No 21, 1956. ~bscow. T N - SAPITMT, Ur.; PONONAW, I.M. 3MYTS ~~ I , - Book entitled "Advancing and retreating. system in miningg published by the Southern State Institute of Planning. Rev'iewed by T.N. Belevtoov, X.F.Sapitskii, I.M.Ponomarev. IU9011 31 n0-3:46 Mr 156. (MM 9:7) l.Trest Staliuugol:1 (for Belevteev). 2.Donetskiy-induatriallnyy institut (for Sapitskiy. Ponomarev). (Coal mines and mining) RILMSW. T.K., kand. takhn. nauk, Geroy Sotsialisticheskogo Truda. . Schedule of Continuous work cycles, Ugoll Ukr. 3 uo.11:32-33 X '59. (min 13-.3) 1.UpravIya " hohly trestom Stalinugoll. (Donate Basin-,-Coal mines and mining) RUMSEV, T.]&, kand.tlkhn.nauk, labo Ways Of-Ancreasing r produ#ivity and reducing production costs. Ugol 316 'no. 5 4-7 My (MIRA 1415) 1. Ujravky~~ushchiy atom Stalinugoll. (Go.~l*mines and mining-Labor productivity) -P~ ~k~hQn Nik0l eUich, Geroy Sotsialisticheskogo Truda, kand. tekhn. naukj KOGAN, F.Ya., otv- red.j GR331ER, N.S., red. izd-va; SHKIYAR, S.Ya... tekbn. red.; BOLDYREVA, Z.A., tekhn. red. (Profitable mine work]Rentabellnaia rabota shakht. Moskva, Gos- gortekhizdat, 1962. ?6 p. (MIRA 16:1) (Donsto.Basin--Coal mines and mining) IVMMff. G..B...kand..tekhnnauk; ROZENMID,:S.M., insh... BJUATTS". T*x., #ski; SMj X41*# Who; FA119M. TueNj, inzh.; TOLCHIKO T.A., takhnik;'UTBMY. T.F., kand.tekhn.naukl NAUKOV, A.A., telrknik; 6RMRyzi,'P,A., red.; KORNSMA, Y.N., tekb"d. F" [Albums of drawings of equipment for assemblin precast reinfoT(:ed - 9 concrete construction elements] Allbom ebartezhel oborudoyaniia diia iontaxha abornykh xhalesobetonnykh konstruktsiio Moskyal Oovo isd-vo lit-ry po stroit., arkhit. I stroitomaterialang 1?58, 170 P- (MMA 12:8). l.-Jkademiya stroitel'stva i arkhitaktury SSSR. Inatitu't"organizateii, makhanizataii i tekhnicheskoy pombehohi stroitel'styu. 2. Nauabnyye sotraftiki laboratorii betonnykh i shelezo"betonnyka rafa'6t Knuchno-ionledo-. vatel..Ndc4go institute orgtnizateli, makhanizataii i tekhn.pomoshchi.strot- %eVvtv'U'(fPr all except'Gordeyev, Korneyeva). t-Reinfoiced conbrete c6natriletion-Niblei;v cslculation~, etc. BEIVTS.Up VAS i7azh,; D.DMNOVp VA., kandotokhnonauk Traveling detachment for mechanizing small dispersed building operations. Stroiai dor.mash. 6 no.7s:L3-17 n 61. (KM 04--7) (WIding machinery) MAGAKIYAN, I.G.; AKIMNKO, N.M.; GERSHOYG, Yu.G.; GRECHISHNIKOV N.P.; KALYAYEV, G.L-~ KAR SHENBAUH, A.P.; I I KRAVCIMNKO, V.M.; KMISHOVI.M.P.; MAKSIMOVICH, V.L.; MELINIK,, Yu.P.; PITADE, A.A.; SKURIDIN, S.A.; STRIGIN, A.I.; FEDORCIENKOp V.S.; FOMENKOt V.yu. Reviews ancl.bibliography. Geol. rud. mestorozh. 7 no.3:113- 117 MY-Je 165. (MIRA .18:7) /Geopbaroics, -' NOY/Dee 5g. cq "Problem of Pbases Governing Formation of Str4c- tures of the Krivoy Rog Metamorphic Zone," Ya. N. Belevtse3r "Iz Ak Nauk SSSR, Ser Geol" No 6, PP 20-35 Analyzes conditions governing formation of linear folding and faulting in the case of laminar flow of materials and the various metem rphisme of rocks in submeridional and sublatiti,dinal faulting zones. Discusses two types of granite intrusions. Concludes that two tectonic phases of Kilvoy Rog structural formation existed, Determines and 241TW dboerves the continuous course of a folding for-' istion, detecting its retardation and accelera- tion. 24IT44." 11 IMLIMIT, Yk. No 2. SSSR 4600) 4. Gsolog3rv Structural-Krivey Rog 7. 'Phases in the formation of struotures of the KrivoY Rog metamorphic belt. Do)d. AN SSSH 86 No. 5. 1952 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, FebruarY .1953. Unclassified. B3LEVTSIW, Ta. N. ; TOKHTMT. G. V. Propriety of the term Ocleavage.0 Izv.AN SSSR. Ser.geol. no.4:1)3-135 JI-Ag 153. (MLRA 6*-8) (Rocka--Cleavage) -73 72 M. Duel& JRP.- 9IS4 M6 3a4 0 l4 oreIs k co;icted I BODIONOV,S.P., redAtor; ZHAMMOVSKIY.M.A., radakto Y'e.K., takhnicheekiy redaktor (Iron ore prospecting in areas influenced by magmatic anomalies] Poiskovye kriterii zhelesnykh rud magnitnykh anomalii. Kiev, Izd vo Akademii nauk Ukrainakol SSR, 1954. 42 p. (Akademiia nauk URSR, Kiev. Instytut goologichnykh nauk. Trudy Serlia petrografii, mi neralogii i geokhimil, no.4) (HLRA 8:10) (Prospecting) (Krivoy Rog--Iron ores) BKWTMI U.N. A.P.Nikol'skii's views on the stratigraphy and structure of Pro-Cambrian rocks of Krivoy, Rog. Izv.AH SM. Ser.geol. 19 no.2: 156-161 Mr-Ap 054. (Ma ?.-?) (Krivor Rog-Geology, Str&ttgraphla) (Geology, Stratipaphic- Krivor Rog) (Nikoliskil, A.P.) U884/deology Caid :'hAhors 'v Belevtsev-,, Ya. N. i *and Dubinkina, R. P.. t' Massive ma-Aite-hematite.ores from-the Saksagansk region'of Krivoy~Rog.Ukr-SSR Periodical s. Dokl.. AN. 96,;Ed* SS~R 2, 355 357) May 1954 ,Abstract s'-- Massive martite~-hematite re form eparat 0 a 8 e strata. among,. sn'(?)4-but moat often they are found in close Dzhespilite connection ~with I porous martite ores. -The samples describedin this-report,were.extracted from hematite-martite ores depoalti6d in "Dzhes ilit6s" (7) of the fifth ferriferrous horizon. P of massiverich iron-ores from the, "Dzhespilites" (2) is Ponaected with the deep metasomatic promses atcompanied by the addition of:- Irowand~pioportional lose of silica. Six USSR references photo' Tables,, Iristittition .3 Acadeaq of Sciences Ukr-SSR, Institute of Geological ScienC434 s'-,-: Academician: 1). Sa-Korzhinakiy,.Uarch 130 1954 BRIETTSXV, Ya.NU.A.KIWW. NX: zHrLKINSKry, S.I. Scientific activity of N.P.Semenenko. 155. (KW 90-9) I.Kiyev. Institut goologii AN USSR (for Belevteer). 2.rrivoy Rog. Upravleniye geol,ogo-raxvedochnogo tresta (for Akimenko). 3-KrivoY Rog. Gorno-rudw Institut (for Zhilkinekly). (Semenenko, likolai Pantelelmonovich. 1905-) W. -7-4 ep- I, E-V, , RODIONOV. S.P.; BYNLTXVTSEV, Ya.K. Twentieth meeting of the International Geological Congress. GeQl. .shur. 16 no.4:89-92 156. (KIAL 10:2) (Nexico (City)-4sology-CongresS68) SWNENKO. Nikolay Pantaleymonovirh,;_.BZIXMEV, Ya.11.. otv. red.; ZATIRYUKRINA, T.H., red. izd-va.; RXMMTUT#--r.H., tekha. red. [Structural and petrographic map of the Ukrainian crystalline shield] Strukturno-patrograficbeekaia karta ukrainekogo kristallicheakogo mess iva * Kiev, I-ad-vo Akad. w uk USSR, 1957. 75 P (MIRA 11:11) 1. Chlen-korrespondent AN USSR (for Belevtsev). (Ukraine--Geology. Structural) AKIKR=, N.M.; TIMMUM GOROSHNIKOV, B.I.; DUBINKINA. R.P.; ISHCHINaF. D.I.; IQ~'R NBAUX, I.P.; IULISHOV,.K.P.; LYASKOHNIMO, K.P.: MAXSIHOVIGH, V.L.; SKURIDIN, S.A.; SMOSHTAV, R.I.; Tommy, G.V.; YOMWO. T;Yu.; SHOMMEAKOVA, X.F.; SIMOT. M.T., Fed.isd-va; AVERKIYXVA, T.A., [Ge'ologioal.etructure and iron ores of the Krivor Rog Basin] Geologlcheekoe stroanie i shelmys rudy Krivoroshakago bassaina. Hoakia,'Goe. mauchaq-takhn.izd-vo lit-r7 po geologli I okhrene nedr, 1957. 278 P. (MIRA 11:3) (Krivoi Rog Basin--Oaology) Ise ~ p- V -1 -5Q V,)'Y"Z, . fil , BBLIIVTSWO - I I.-AKIMMO, K.M,; ZHIIKINSIKIT, S.I.; SHCHISRAXOT, SoDs; - Tully, G.T.; SIROMMARp P.I.; 70MINKO, V.Tu. Xethod for studying struotures of the Krivoy Rog Ikein, Mool, shure 17 no,200-82 157, (XIM 10811) (Mrivoy Rog BILsin-Geology, ;truatural) -2:, :A N l ~f~q T , I j! aw Kdvoll Rog Bula. Vk. Ry". 0-1 tb. 'en I.C are rcvsc~avtl rmn I:Q cj-:m&:.ts d LI-C nati,~v cre/gaDg ior 11001 gi~ Itis pf.'utt-A (-v- ho~v tl,t -c; wi -aft 4a iAQ'Q i n co.n3lin chaug e.g. in otie sh . & 'OIMV,-Cd b- (!'~, 61-A itl lhesl~s are gream dcrAll oecLn a mavtitc-l ft~ on tht~ gnmL!s , tbtt Vc c,-, c Y L- tbis and it Ig coaclaied that 0~ i3c ivcrh white VA: 20% mi. What ' wh-h &S aw-ch Fe =4 Q-t r P Jci BILEVTSLV. U.N.: TIPLITSKAYA, N.V. .X ~166 Mcondary concentration of iron-containing quartzites of the Olenegorsk deposit. Dokl. AN SSSR 113 no.2:411-413 Mr 157. (MLTLA '10:5) 1. Institut goologicheskikh nauk AkademH nauk USSR. Predstavleno akademikom D.S. Korshinskim. (Kola peninsula--Iron ores)