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Z TH 0 P S Bir. G. L., Normantas, E., and Pikus, G. Ye.
TITLE: Galvanomagnetic effects in semiconductors with
degenerate
bands
I T
PERIODICAL: Fizika tverdogo tela, v, 4, no 5, 1962, 1180 
1195
TI'YT: The more precise theory of galvanomagnetic effects in
piype Ge
semiconductors prcsented here furnishes substantial
corrections to the
numerical values of the galvanomagnetic constants and explains
the depen 1
dance of the Hall constant on the magnetic field observed
experimentally.
Allow for the influx of carriers from other bands*involves
"crossed relaxal'.
tion times", changes the distribution function of light holes
more than
that of heavy ones, and likewise changes the contribution of
the various
types of carriers to the kinetic coefficients. OvrinG to the
small con
tribution of light holes to the electrical conductivity, the
effects due to
light and heavy holes make about the same contributions. The
relaxation
times of longitudinal vibrations.for y.>0 are given by
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11n:075
Using the transition probabilities for scattering inside and
between the
bands one obtains the relaxation times
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Band structure and piezoresistance.., B108/B102
There are 3 tables.
ASSOCIATIONt Inatitut poluprovodnikov AN SSSR Leningrad (Institute of
Semiconductots AS USSR Uningrad)
SUBMITTED: kpril 18, 1962
Lj
3991,19
S/181/62/004/008/012/041
B125/B102
AUillORS' Pikus, G.'Ye., and Bir, G. L.
TITLE: Piezo resistance effects in PbSPbTe crystals
PERIODICAL: Fizika tverdogo tela, v 41 no. 8, 1962, 20902108
TEXT: "Weak" piezoresistance effects which are virtually
independent
of tem erature arise from changes of the effective carrier
passes, of the
p
deformation potential constants, and of the elastic constants,
as well as
from changes in the apometrio configuration of the specimen.
Using the
SchrUinger equation ~or the wave function
I Z Ir
X nk '%k e which takes account of the spin functions,
h2k2 r
E, E,. (ko) D,,4y. M SMS. f D,D
E, (ki E,  E. .41 cr En
x (4)
Sr.SxmD S,.D..S... t DmS S
INr " we  Der Sr.S.r
E.) (Er  EM) IL (El  Boa
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Piezo resistance effects,in
S/1 61/62/004/'008/012/041
B125/B102
The mean effective mass m (M* m*mV/3 deterrAnesthe state
density
M 4. a 1 2 3 * .
m m! and m are the comnonents of the tensor m in the main axes
of the
1 3
deformed crystal., If the tensor of the deformation pbtential
conatants
has the comnonents 01, C" in the main axes, thon
2 ACI41 CH]
AC4LC"
G 5
(14)
are the~conductivity changes in these axes. If the ex'trema of
both zones
are not in the center of the Brillouin zone, then
40 u~an(r) 14 au(,r),
(19)
r
where n(r) is the number of carriers at a given extremuM and
uf') are
the corresponding components.; n' is the total carrier
concentration.and r*
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PMS, G.Y9.j BIR, G.L.
Effects of piezoreoistance in PbSPbTe type
crystals.
Fiz. tvar. tale. 4 no.8:20902108. Ag 162. (NIR&
15:11)
1. Institut poluprovodnikov AN SSSR Leningrad.
(Piezoelectricity) tSemiconduotors)
 BIR, G.L.1 PIKUS, G.Yo.
Band structure and piezoresistance effects in PUTe
and PbSe.
Fize tvero tela 4 no.,8:22432252 Ag 162, (MRA
15:11)
1. Institut poluprovodnikov AN SSM, Leningrad.
(Piezoelectricity) Lead telluride)
4446 folonib ~
BIR, G.L.; TURSUNOV, A.
Effect of holes on the elastic constants of germanium.
Fiz,
tver. tela 4 no.9:26252628 8 162. (MIRA 15:9)
1. Institut o1uprovodnikov AN SSSR, Leningrad.
~Ger~anium) (Elasticity)
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ACCESSION NR. AP3005333
AUTHOR: Bir,G. L
TITLE: Intensity of permitted and forbidden lines of electron
paramagnetic
resonance
.,SOURCE: Fizika tverdogo tela, v. 5, no.,81 1963, 22362247
TOPIC TAGSi permitted line, forbidden linei, intensity$ electron;
paramagnetic
resonance, matrix element, transition, wave function,
intracrystalline field,
interaction, hyperfine transition, electron spectrum
ABSTRACT: For probabilities of various hyperfine transitions the
author has
obtained e.Kpressions through squares of the model of matrix
elements for
irreducible groups of expressions, making it possible to compute
probabilities
of all transitions if the electron wave functions are known.
Characteristics of
the electron spectra for a small intracrystalline field are
computed by means of
perturbation theory, and clear expressions are obtained for the
probabilities
of hyperfine transitions. From the results it is concluded that,
when hyperfine
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interaction occurs and when an intracrystalline field is present,
a strong angular
dependence holds for the intensities of electron magnetic
resonance lines. "The
author expresses his thanks to KJ. Kornfelld and L. S. Sochava
for their
interest in the work and for useful discussions on the results."
Orig. art. has:
I,figure and 50 formulas,
,,AMIATION: Inatitut poluprovodnikov AN SSMI Leningrad (Instit%ite
of Semi
!conducters.,kcademy of Sciences, SSSR)
SUBMTED. 25Mar63 DATE ACQs 06SeP63 ENGLs
SUB CODEt PH NO REF SDV 1 002 OTHERt' 001
bard 2/2
BIRP G.L. I
Intensity of anowd and forbidden limes of electron,
paramagnetic 11.
resonance. Fis. tvar. tela 5 no.8t22362247 Ag 163. (MMA 16:9)
1. Institut poluproyodaikov AN SSM, Leningrad.
(Paramagnetic resonance and relaxation)
ACCESSION NRt AP40o4870 8/0181/63/005/012/3594/3606
AUTHORSt Birp 0. L.; Soehavaj, L, S*
TITLEs Intensity of allowed and forbidden EPR lines of Mn2*
in SrC12
SOURCE: Fizika tverdogo telap vo 5y no* 3.2jo 1963,9 35943W
TOPIC TAGS: EPR, electron paramagnetic resoiance, EPR line,
forbidden EPR line,
allowed EPH line
j, manganese doped strontium chloride., EPR line intensity,
forbidden
line, allowed line., manganese 2 +., strontium chloride
ABSTRACT: The authors have made experimental investigations
on the angular de
pendence of the intensity'of allowV and forbidden electron
paramagnetic resonance
lines for the axial spectrum of Mn I. in a single crystal of
SrCL2. The data obm
tained have.been compared with computations of angular
dependence of line intensi
ties on the basis of the theory previously proposed by Bir
(FrT, 5, 2^436, 1963).
It is shown that this theory not only explains all the
principal qualitative
features of the phenomenonp but it is generally in full
quantitative agreement with
experimental data. It correctly describes the general
behavior of the angular
dependence of the indicated lines., and,, in particular,, it
predicts the intensity
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maximums of allowed lines at angles of 0 and 90. It predicts
which allowed line
will suffer for the growth of a forbidden line. The
experiments show that though
the intensity of an allowed line diminishes at 120 to 113 its
value, the total
intensity of all three lines remains constant. The data very
convincingly show
that the decrease in intensity of allowed lines is associatid
solely with increase
in inLt~nzity of forbiddon lines. The theory also explains
the sharper aneular
dependence of srxctra having lareer values of axial
splitting,, and it explains the
differences between angular dependence of line intensities
for various electron
transitions and the different rates of intensity change in
hyperfine components
correspondinG to different nuclear transitionso Only one
minor deviation between
theory and experiment was observed: the intensity of allowed
lines declines and
the intensity of forbidden lines increases more rapidly than
theory indicates. A
correction is proposed for this,, based on assumptions made
in the theory. "The
authors express their sincere gratitude to Ms I. Kornfelld
for his many valuable
sugeestions and discussions." Orig. art. hass 7 figures and
16 fomulas*
ASSOCIATTONt Institut poluprovodnikov AN SSSR, Leningrad
(Institute of Semiconduc
tors AN SSSR)
Card 2/1'~
BIR) G. L.; PIKUS) G. Ye.
"The relaxation time and the width of the spin resonance line
in semiconductors
with degenerate bands."
report submitted for Intl Conf on Physics of Semiconductors,
Paris, 1924
jul 64.
BIR,, G. L.; ILISAVsKiy, Yu. V.; BLUM, A. I.
"The effect of uniaxial strain on the transport phenomena in PSi."
report submitted for Intl Conf on Physics of Semiconductors,
Paris,_1924 Jul 64.
L
BIR, G.L.; SOCHAVA, L.S.
Intnity of allowed and forbidden electron paramagnetic
resonance lines
of Mn t in SrC12. Fiz. tvar. tela 5 no.12:359436o6 D 163.
(MIRA 17:2)
1. Institut polluprovodnikov AN SSSR, Leningrad.
ACCESSION NR: AP4043375 S/0181/64/006/008/2478/2488
AUTHORS: Bir, G., L%,; Butikov,"Ye. X.r Sochava, L. S.
TITLE. Intensity~of'.lines.of electron paramagnetic spectrum of
ions in a cubic crystal field
Fizika tverdogo tela, v. 6. no. 8, 1964, 24782488
TOPIC TAGSt electron paramagnetic resonance# hyperfine structure#
angular dependence, cubic crystal, calcium fluoride. europium
ABSTRACT: This is a continuation of earlier research by some of
the authors on the theory of the intensity of allowed and forbidden
hyperfine EPR spectral components (G. L. Bir,.FTT, v. 5, 2236,
1963) and on experimental investigations of the angular depende
nce
of the intensity of EPR lines in an axial crystalline field (G.
Bir and L. S. Sochava, FTT, v. 5, 3594, 1963). The present study
is devoted to the intensity of hyperfine lines of the EPR spectrum
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of ions in a cubic crystalline field. Formulas are derived, in
the strong'magnetic field approximation,'for the dependence of the
iintensity *of the byperfine components of the EPR spectrum on the
direction of the magnetic field relative to the crystal axis# and
for the intensities of all the allowed and forbidden'lines. it is
shown that the angular dependence of the,intensity.is stronger for
ions with a larger level splitting in the crystalline field, so
that the experimental study of the angular dependence of the line
intensities was made using the Eu2+ ion in the cubic crystal CaF
2
Since the,strong magnetic field approximation results in this case
in noticeable errors, the theory previously developed by the author
is used to obtain exact numerical values of the byperfine component
intensities. The results ofthese calculations are in good agree
ment with all the obtained experimental data on the angular de
pqndence of the intensities'of the allowed and forbidden lines.
The authors thank M. 1. Kornfelld for a discussion of the results."
Orige art. bass.6 figures and 15 formulas,
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ASSOCIATIONt Institut poluprovodnikov AN SSSR, Leningrad (Institute
of Semiconductors, AN SSSR)
SUBMITTEDs 2SNar64.
ENCLi 00
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~15025375 'SOME'TOVE UR/O 86 0, _610/217_Wff98_�__77
AUTHOR: ]Dirg L*,;
_Boj~m2lova V. N.; )~riyjjpkiy,_je. Su k t~k a  ye
IyA
ORG: Institute of Semiconduct n
ors AN _SSS~x_4t1i Zrjj4_ (Institut poluprovodnikov AN
SSSR)
TITM Piezoresistance of partially reduced rutile at temperatures
of 78SOOOK
SOURCE: Fizika tverdogo tela, v. 7, no. 10, 1965, 29782989
TOPIC TAGS: titanium dioxide, pressure effect piezoelectric
effect, electric con
ductivity, semiconductor research, semiconductor theory
4:1 :' ~'.
V
I ~  ~'
ABSTRACT: Piezoresistance tensors of rutile are measured from 78
to 5000K for variou
concentrations of current carriers. The experimental equipment
and procedum and the
shape of the specimens are described in detail. A
phenomonological description is
given for the effect of piezoresistance in rutile. The
piezoresistance tensor is de
scribed by seven independent constants. Temperature
relationships are derived for
all components of the piezoresistance tensor. Data an
conductance anisotropy and the
elastic constants of rutile are used as a basis for calculating
the seven coefficient
of elastoconductivity in rutile as functions of temperature. The
effect of hydro
static preseure on the electrical conductivity of rutile at room
temperature is in
vestigated. Data on hydrostatic stress agree well with
measurements of uniaxial de
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formation. The values and temperature behavior of the coefficients
of elastoconduc
tivity show that the minimum of the conduction band in this material
is on the k 4
axis and also indicate that the band is not degenerate. High
volumetric coefficients
of piezoresistance and the anomalous behavior of these coefficients
with respect to
temperature are characteristic features of piezoresistance effects
in rutile. The
volumetric coefficients of elastoconductivity increase approximately
as 2~_l in the
high temperature region, reaching a maximum of very close to 80 at a
temperature of
very nearly 1000K. These coefficients decrease slowly with a further
reduction In
temperature. Two models are proposed for explaining these high
volumetric coe ffi
cients of piezoresistance: the first Is based on the assumption that
there ar_ two
conduction bands and that the donor Impurities are completely
ionited, while the se
cond assumes an incompletely ionixed impurity. Both of these rodels
agree partially
with the experimental data available for rutile, but neither of them
gives a satis
factory explanation of all phenomena in itself. It is possible that
a twoband model
combined with incomplete impurity ionization may give a better
approximation. The
authors take this opportunity to thank V. P. Zhuze for the support
he gave to this
work and for all his consultation duringrts__6,6_i~pletion. As in
our previous papers,
we used rutile single crystals produced in A S B ' b Is laboratory
and oriented
I uk
by_T. B,.,._Zhukov& and A. I. Zaalavski,y to,,ifficm we als extend
our gratitude. Orig.
art.\has: 6 figures.' 10 myfas
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AUTHOR: B Vi ~.? I
n2kurov I V.
,1S77
ORG: Instituteof Semiconductors M MR,_ Lening (Institut
polupmvmnikov
AN WSRF
TITLE Forbidden transitions in the fine structure of a Gd3t ion in
a CeO2 crystal
SOMCE: Fizika tverdogo tela, v. 7, no. 11, 1965, 33923401
TOPIC TAGS: gadDlini s' lerium compound, oxide, forbidden
transition, fine struc
ture, EPR, crystal theory
ABSTRACT: This paper gives datafrom an experimental and theoretical
study of linea
due to forbidden transitions with M3f *1 in the fine structure of
the electroc para
inagnetic resonance spectrum for a Gd ion In CeO2. Expressions are
found in the
first approximation of perturbation theory with respect to algOH for
the matrix ele
ment of the forbidden transition JV (KOM * 1) for an ion located in
a cubic crystal
M, N
field.
Here a Is the constant of interaction with the crystal field. The
authors
study the angular relationship for intensity of various types of
forbidden electron
J~,,Paramametic resonance lines of trivalent gadolinium in cerium
dioxide. T1W experi
I
ments A done with orientations of the external magnetic field in
planes (1001 and
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1110). Theortical considerations indicate an identical angular
relationship for all
forbidden lines corresponding to a,eingle type of transition.
However, a somewhat
different angular relationship is observed experimentally for various
lines belonging
to a single type of forbidden transition. It is assumed that this is
due to use of
only the first approbation In the theoretical calculations, and that
successive ap
proximations would reveal differences in angular relationships for
various lines.
The formulas derived give a satisfactory description on the whole of
the observed an
gular relationships. Orig. art.has: 3 figures, I table, 17 formulas.
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AP6031446 SOURCE CODE: IJR/0056/66/051/002 055C./f!569
AUTHOR; ~Bir' G. L.
2
ORG: Institute of Semiconductors, Academy of Sciences SSSR
(Institut:poluprovo ni
kov Akadeinii nauk SSSR)
TITLE: JahnTeller effect on impurity centers in semiconductors
SOURCE: Zh 6%sper i teor fiz, v. 51, no. 2, 1966, 556569
TOPIC TAGS: impurity center, semiconductor, anisotropic medium,
cubic
crystal, ionization potential, Jahn Teller effect
4,
APSTRACT: The static JahnTeller effect on im2urity, centers in
semiconductor.
i5 investigated. The interaction between the impurity center and
lattice is analyzed
qs an interaction with an elastic anisotropic medium. The nature
and value of splltm
ding the ground state of the impurity center are obtained for
various types of sym
etry centers in cubic crystals. The value of the JahnTeller
splitting increases
with the increase of ionization Eo of the impurity center, and for
centers with
f%10. 05
0. 1 ev, it may be 0. 010. 02 ev. The author thanks G. Ye, Pikus
for
d scussing the article and reviewing the manuscript, and V. L.
Gurevich for dis
cussing t"aper. Orig. art. has: 69 formulas. [Based on author's
abstract]
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SOURCE CODE:
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P.!.
IAUTHOIRS: Ansellm, L. N.; Birj G. L.;
~jXjtnikova, 1. Yf~.; Petrov
JORG: Inatitute of Semiconductors AN SSSR Leninprad (Insti'L,ut
lpoluprovodnikov AW85SR)
of Cz,3+ Ions
lithium
In
TITLE: Electron paramagnetic resonance
aluminum spine! iq
SOURCE: Fizika tverdogo tela, v. 8, no. 4, 1966, 10131020
TOPIC TAGS: electron paramagnetic resonance, chromium, lithium com
pound, aluminum compound, epr spectrometry, fine structure
ABSTRACT: The purpose of the investigation was to determine the
~,,Lrtjc
ture of thCt,~Pystalllne electric fields in the octahedral lattice
sites
of inverted and intermediate ordered spinel. The single crystals of
LiAl 508 were grown by spontaneous crystallization from the
solution. Thai
solvent was a mixture of PbF and PbO. The EPR spectra were
measured at'!
2
room terrjerature in the 3cm band using a standard
radlospectroseope
(RE 1301 In the main measurements the constant magnetic field was
in
the (1110 plane. When the magnetic field was rotated in th.'s
plane,
0
seven lines were observed, and the angular dependence of their
positionsi,
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as well as the number point to
field with rhombic symmetry.
spectrum and the corresponding
the existence of a strong crystalline
The spin Hamiltonian corresponding to the
values of the g factor and the crystal
Cr3+
field constants are determined. The
ion has twelve magnetIcally
nonequivalent positions, so that in an external magnetic field of
ar
bitrary direction it is possible to observe 12 EPR lines. To
determine
the correct number of lines 'it is necessary to take into account the
rhombic distortion of the potential, and this is found to be due to
the
presence o" differentlycharged ions, A13+ and Li + 1, in the
octahedra.
The rhom1bic distortion decreases linearly with increasing
temperature
(from 250 Oe at lOOK to 120 Oe at BOOK). The rhombic distortion also
causes the axis of the crystal electric field in the octahedra to de
viate somewhat from the crystallographic axes (11111,F3,
[112j/,.r6, and
1110]/J2. The larger the difference in tht~ charge between the lons
'and
ItIne octa1hedra, the greater the deviations of the field axes. The
authca'a
Ithank G. A. Smolenskiy for interest in the work and a discussion of
the
,results and M. F. Bryzhina for Y_ ray investigations of the
samiples.
10rig. art. has: 19 f6rm~_1~s and 2 figures.
SUB CODE: 20/ SUBIM DATE: 23jul65/ ORIG REF: 003/ OTH REF: 0017
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BIR9 L*l,# imzho
Phototelograph apparatus of uperhigh speed.
Vest.sviazi 20
to.1:3 of cover Ja 160. (MIRA 13:5)
(Phototelography)
TAURN, A.X.. Prof. [deceased],
BIR,_Sh.S.,LXINITARBILORUOMW9 Rex,;
OSTAPMO, VPO; XCLUNKOV9 P.M., red.; IUWILOVAp Z.S.,
red.lakeikograf; SMOIDNIK, R.L., tekhn.red.
EftenchRussian military dictionary] Frantausskorueskii
voewi slovarl. lad.4., proamotrennoe i dop. Sh.S.Birom,
R.K.MinliarBolorachavym i V.P.Ontapenko. Moskva, Voen.
izdvo Xva obor.S=. 1960. 824 p. (KIRA 14:2)
Orench languspDictionariesRussian)
(Military art and scienosDIctionaries)
BIR, Sh,S.; KAPLAN. B.Ya.; ZUIMHA, V.S.1 MAMVICH'. V'G.;
HTEYN, E.I.; RAPPOPORT9 T.L.; SMDR0DSKIYj P.V.;
SOKOLOV, D.Yu.; TIJIMTSKAYA, S.S.; FL&SHNKRO I.K.;
ABLOVAP A.A., red.; SMULISKAYA, T.K., red.1lakoikograf;
LIGHACHEVAq L.V.1 tokhn. red.
[PoliahItaosian polyteehnical dictionar7] Pol'sko
ruoskii politekhnicheakii slovar'. Moskra, FIrnatgi2j
1963. 515 P. (MIRA 16:11)
(Polish languageDictionariesRuselan)
(TechnologyDictionaries)
BIRA, C.p ing.; DUNITRAWU, Z., ing.
TubuIar frontal installation vith wtAllic valve' in the
main irrigation
I
canals..Hidrotabnica 6:fio.n,39j394 N .161.'
BIRA, C. ing.
Aspects of the irrigation of the Braila Plain.
Hidrotehnica
7 no. 6:2Qlp. 208 Je 162o
  BIR& Icoo 9.
Considerations on the regime of phreatic waters with
reference to
irrigation of the lower sone of the Calmetui River.
Hidrotehnioa
8 no.2t6771 F 163.
BIRA, Constantin, ing.
Aspe~%s of the prestressed reinforced concrete
gutters used
in the works carried out in the StoenestiVisins.
irrigation
system. Hidroteh apele meteor 10 no.25768 F 165.
BODRYY, M.; GUSFYPOVI Mq AGRETKIN, S.N., red.;
ATADMANOV, A.#
red.BIRA Ya I red GELIDYYEV, A., red.;
GOLOWIN,
I , kiEik '; A., red.; FIATALOV, Ch., red.;
A.V. rt7j  hUL11M)
KHAMURADOV, B.,, red.
Sovet Turlmenistary. Soviet Turkmenistan.
Ashkhabad,
Turkmenskoe izdvol 1964. 103 P. (In Turkmen,
Russianj,
English, and Arabic] (MIRA 18:4)
TITLE: Radiation reaction of sound due to the motion of small bodies
in
inhomogeneous'gaseouB media
SOURCE: Zhurnal eksper. i teoret. fiziki, v, 44., no. 5, 1963.,
15441551
TOPIC TAGS: Fodiation reaction of sound, inhcm0geneous gas media
ABSTRACT: Fiadiation of sound due 191othe motion of a solid in a
statistically
iwhcrwogeneous gaseous medium is analyzed by using the analogy vith
Cerenkov
radiation. An expression is found, by the method of the radi&'Uion
reaction
of sound, for the intensity of saand vaves radiated under conditions
iibere
the dimension of the body is much smaller than its mean free patri,
and much
smaller than the wavelength. It is shown that, in contrast with
hcmogeaneous
media, sound can be radiated in inbcmogeneous media at subsonic
velocities
of the bodies. It is noted that the radiation of a charge can be
considered
by a si11A method, for example in an inhamogeneous; magnetoactive
Dla=a and. in
Card 1/2
Acmssiai zm: A1,3D=47
an inhomogeneous'. medium with spatial dispersion. "!he authors
express their
gratitude to ILofessor y, L, Ginzburg and N, G. Denisov for valuable
disaussion
of the results of the research." Crig. art. has: 37 formulas.
ASSOCLCICN: Fedifizicheskly institut GorIkovskogo gosudarstvennogo
universiteta
(Radiophysice Institute, Gortkiy Mte. University)
SUBIaTM: 26cct,62 DA= Acq: i2jun63 ENCL: 00
SUB CODE: PH NR W sm: o1 4 OIM: 002
ACCESSION NR: AP4024468 S/0141/64/007/001/0059/0066
AUTHOR: Biragov, S. B
TITLE: On the complex dielectric constant of a magnetoactive plasmal
at low frequencies
SOURCE: IVUZ. Radiofizika, v. 7, no. 1, 1964, 5966
TOPIC TAGS; plasma, magnetoactive plasma, plasma dielectric con
stant, plasma permittivity, complex dielectric constant, quasihy
drodynamic calculation, kinetic equations, linear approximation,
Sonine polynomial, ion distribution function, electron distribution
function, particle collision, fully ionized plasma, weakly ionized
plasma, ion ion collision
ABSTRACT: In view of the approximate nature of the results cbtained~
for the complex dielectric constant by quasihydrodynamic calcula
tions, the author obtains the complex dielectric constant by solving
card 1/3
ACCESSION NR: AP4024468
in the linear approximation the kinetic eguations for the distribu
tion functions of the electrons and ions, which are represented in
the form of expansions in Sonine polynomials. In this case it be
''Comes possible to take into account all types of collisions between
particles, and particularly collisions between like particles. The
resultant equations are used for two particular cases, fully ionized
and weakly ionized plasma. It is shown that for a fully ionized
plasma it is possible to neglect ionion collisions, owing to the
large differences between the masses of the electrons and ions. In
the case of weakly ionized plasma, where the molecule mass is com
parable with the ion mass and the change in ion momentum isappre
ciable, the ionion collisions become significant for weak attrac
tion between molecules, but such a model is not very probable. The
co
nclusion is that ionion collisions can be neglected for both ful
ly ionized and weakly ionized pl"maso "In conclusion I am deeply
grateful to B. N. Gershman for suggesting the topic, for interest
in''
the work, and for a discussion of the results." Orig. art. has: 19
c.rd 2/3
ACCESSION NR: AP4024468
.formulas.
u
iASSOCIATION: Nauchno issledovatellskiy radiofizicheskiy inst t t
pri Gor1kovskom universitete (Scientific Research,Radiophysics, In
.stitute at the Gorlkiy University)
26Apr63 ENCL:
DATE ACQ: 1SApr64 00
:SUB CODE: PH NO REF SOV: 003 OTHER: 007
'Card  . 3/3
BIRAGOV S, B  . 
' 
Complex dielectric permittivity of a magnetoactive plasma at
low
frequencies. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; radi6fiz., 7 no.1:5966
164. (MIR& 170)
1. Nauchnoissledovatelickiy radiofialcheakiy institut pri
GorlkovBkom universitete,
BLYUMIN, A.A.; BIRAGOV, Yu.G.; KALASHNIKOV, A.I.
L ~~~
Automatic pH'control in the leadzinc industry. TSvet. met. 34
no.12:3)o435 D 161. (MIRA 14:12)
1. SeveroKavkazskiy filial konstruktorskogo byuro'.,v~A
HTSvetmetavtomatikan.
(ZincElectrometallurgy)
(HydrogeAion concentrationMeajureyn nt)
46
t 2Ao566 wMI/T aQ/lr
ACC NRa AP6014013 SOURCE CODE: UR/0616/65/000/008/00071$001
AUTHORt Sukhova M M.; Gvozdova. T. V. I!_ aterovskiwa,
Unik.IntH.; T
BoIoM~.a.T!YA*%Xholodov&. G. p, lamonov,. A. 161 'Aina G,
S.rGoldina. G. S.5;
Storo va, E. H.; Mosunov, V. B.; H,ngInvaka3M. V. K,, e&rAf_AMQj&_
_Stor"h.
A. H ; Biralo. T. 1. Vamilnnkn I. w
ORG: Qentral Scientific Resear h DIcinforfinn Tne+.*jft~ Unt
(TsentralliVy naumi
issledovatellskiy dezinfektsionrtyy institut); 1brtishchi City
SanitarT E
Station Mytishchi (YqUshchitsskaya Corodskaya
sanitarnoopidetmiologichaskaya stants
iya), Tashkent City ux Tashkant (Tashkontskaya gorod
skaya sanitarnoopidemiologichaskaya stantsiya); TashknnIt Citv
Disirj2ctAon 3&qUon,
Tashkont (Tashlmntakaya gorodskaya dazinfoktsionnaya'stantsiya
tion Statioji41insk (HinskAya gorodskaya dezinfaktsionnaya
stantsiya); kAst Citz
Sanitary E emiolo4gal S+~+Ann Brost (Brestskaya CorodskVa
sanitarnoopidesdolo
g1theskaya stantsiya); Arest Oblast Sanitary Erdderd93 SIcal
Station (Br4stskWa
oblastnaya sanitarnoepideadologicheskiya stantsiya)
TITM Sensitivity of the house fU populaiion to chlarophos,
trichlorowtaphos3.
DDT, hwcachlorocyclohemmo, and polychloropinans arter muW years of
application of
these insecticides
SOURCEt ZhurrAl mikrobiclogil. eyidaidologii, i imumbiologii, no.
8, 1965. 714
TOM TAGSs entondW, in"aticide. organic phosphorus compound,
chlorinated
organic coupound
Lca,d 113 UDC: AA!LIM...
L 2340566
NRt AP6014013
ABSTRACT, The sensitivity of flies to insecticides was studied
in a number
'of cities. Tests were carried out on female flies by applying
an acetone
solution of the insecticide to the back and deteriining the
LD50 At Hinsk
and Brost, where sprinkling of walls with a 23% aqueous
solution of chlorophoi
was applied for 7 and 6 years, respectively, increased
tolerance of flies to
this insecticide was observed. At Hytishchi, where chloroph03
baits were
used, particularly in the form of mixtures containinp. arvwnium
carbonate, the
ibenaitiVity Of flies to this insecticide remained
undiminished. No increase
in the tolerance of southern house flies (Husca domestica.
vicina Haeg.) to
chlorophos after application of this Insecticide in Tashkent
for 45 years
was obseiwed. Use of trichlorametaphos as a larvicide reduced
the sensitivity
of flies to this insecticide to a small extent in Hytishchi,
Minsk, and Brest#
but not to a degree which could be regarded as an increase in
tolerance (do
fined as a decrease of sensitivity by a factor of 24). The
sensitivity of
flies to trichlorophoa was unaffected after use of this
insecticide in Ta3h
kent. Flies at Minsk and Brest which had developed a tolerance
to chlorophoe
also showed an increased resistance to DDT and
hexachlorocyclohexane (this
increase in resistance also developed to a minor extent at
tWtishchi). How
:ever, the increase in the resistance to hexachlorocycachemans
was presumably
not related to the use of orpanonhospho due to the appli
cation of polychloropinene in these lo iss. Existence of a
relation
between increased resistance to DDT and tolerance to chlorophos
was more likely.
Southern flies in Tashkent, *ich retained sensitivity to
chlorophos to the
full extent, did not oddbit an Increase In the resistance Aft~ a
C0,4_2 /I
L2340566
f Adekl U'9014013
6 to 7 Year* discontimancq of the use of chlorinated
Ihydrocarbons in.Tashkento.
a moderate. tolerance to DUr that was on the initial level
remained. while the
resistance "to fiwachloracycfilohwane decreased by a factor of
three. The'
most expedient mothods for the #Aaraination, of flies are used
of ohlorophos
wwnium carbonate baits to exterminate imago WA application of
larvicides,
opccifically those contAning trichlorometaphos  3 in optinn
doses, so that
d *1 Pont of tolerance will be prevented, Origs art, hast 4
figures and 2 tables.
RD COW 1 06t 07 MM DATEt 24Sep65 m1o pqr, oo4 OM RrF, 004
Card
BnUWR M I ZELI DINp Ya.M.
_nwgj~
Brrors of the medical working ability expertise in
diseasee of
he cardiovascular system. Zdrav.Bel. 8 no.118' 5 N 262.
636
(MM 160)
I* Vitabakaya oblastnaya vrachobnotrudovaya eksWrtnayn
komlssiya
(PredsedatelO Ye.A. Mrapunovich) i kafedra
fakuI'tt�tsI'coy terapii
Vitebskogo gosudarstrennogo maditsinakogo institate.
(zar.  prof*
A.M. Pavydov).
(CARDIOVASCUIAR SYSTMDISLUIM) (DISAWLITY EVALUATIM)
SUXHOVAJ, M.N.; YEROFEYEVA, T.V.; GVOZDEVA, I.V.;
NIKIFOROVA, N.F.; DOTSENKO,
T.X.; DEMIYANCHENKO, R.P.; BIRALO T I.  SERAFIWVA,
A.M.; 14)SUNOV,
V.B.; SAWSONOVA, A.M.; STORHi~~.; SURCHAKOV, A.V.
Methods of applying insecticides to control
synanthropic flies.
Zhur.mikrobiol., epidA immun. 33 no.8:1519 Ag 162.
(MIRA 15:10)
1. Iz TSentrallnogo nauchnoissledovatel'skogo
dezinfektsionnogo
instituta Ministerstva zdravookhraneniya SSSR,
Yqtishchinskoy
gorodskoy sanitarnoepidemiologicheskoy stantsii,
Kuybyshevskogo
instituta, epidemiologii i mikrobiologii, Minskoy
gorodskoy
dezinfektsionnoy stantaii, Brestskoy
sanitarnoepidemiologicheskoy
stantsii, Tashkentskoy gorodskoy dezinfektsionnoy
stantsii i
Tashkentskoy gorodskoy sanitarnoepidemiologicheskoy
stantsii.
(INSSECTICIDES) (FLIESEXTERMINATION)
SUKHOVA, X.R.; GVCZDEVA, I.V.; MISNIK, YU.N.;
TETEROVSKAYA, T.O.; DOLOTOVA,
T.A.; KHOLODOVA, G.K.; STOROZHEVA, Ye.M.; SINSONOVA,
A.M.; 1.110SUNCIV,
V.B.; NESELOVSKAYA, V.K.; GOLIDINA, G.S.; SERAFIMOVA,
A.M.;I!_~Loj__
.,; VASILENKO, L.N.
_T._I
Sensitivity to chlorophos,, trichlorometaphos, DDT,
hexachloro~
cyclohexane and polychloropinene in housefly
populations fol
lowing the use of these insecticides for several years.
Zhur.
mikrobiol.9 epid. i in=n. 42 no.8:714 Ag 165. (MIRA
18:9)
1. TSentrallnyy nauchnoissledovatellskiy
dezinfetsionnyy in
stitut, Moskvat Mytishchinskaya i Tashkentskaya
gorodskiy sanitarno
epidemiologicheskiye stantsii, Tashkentskaya i Minskaya
gorodskiye
dezinfektsionnyye stantsii i Brestskaya gorodskaya i
Brestskaya
oblastnaya sanitarnoepidemiologicheskiye stantsii.
BIRANSKIY, P.I.; K M LO, P.M.
% 
Study of the symetry properties of isoanargetic
aurfReas in nger.
manium by measuring the Hall effect. Fiz. tver. tela 6
no.l.5457
Ja 164. (MIRA l712)
1. Inatitut pollipAdnikov AN UkrSSR, Kiyev.
BIRAR, 0.
Electronic apparatus for measurement of distances in
geodesy. Rev.
geodezie .6 no.4:1318 162,
11 LSIP.A.
lw*
r",
I
t
BIRASHEVICH, V.M., imzh.; VAYNSHTEYN, L. M.,
inzh.
Economic effectiveness of intersystem
couplings. Elek.
sta. 35 n9. 40054 Ap 164. (NIIRA 17:7)
"Investigation of lipins in the mnrwiary rlpnds of
younF and lactatinE,
cattle." P. U3.
BIOUGIAI KOZL'~' NYEK. (F.Dgyar Biulorini Tarsarmp.
Altalinos Diclof.,icd
Stakosztal~,'" Budapest, Hunpary., Vol. 6,, No. 2,
195~.
Monthly list of East Eluropean Accessions (EFAI), IC,
Vol. 8, No. 8,
August 1959.
Uncla.
DDIMRAPI, B.L., ard SLIVI L.A.
"Role of Fairing Interaction in Porniation of
D~~forr.cd
paper submitted at the AllUnion CoPS. on IAiclear
Reactions in Ibdium and
Low Energy Physics, Moscow, 1027 Vov 57
PhysicoTeech. Inst. Acad. Sci. USSIL
V
Vk"O R 91 a,
AUTHDR: Birbrair0, L  56525(1+6
TITL19: Investigation of the Equilibrium Form of Atomic
Nuclei (Issle
dovaniye ravnovesnoy foray atomnykh yader)
PXRIMICAL: Zhurnal Ikeperim. i Teoret.Fiziki, 1957, Vol.
33,lir 5,
PP. 12341247 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: Theoretically the following is showa The part
played by the re
maining interaction of nuoleons is not infinitely small if
the
spin dependence of nuclear forces in taken into account.
The ex
perimntally oonfirsed abrupt dhange of the fonn of
equilibrium
of atomic nuclei in due to the influence of pairenergy,
which
counteracts transition to the deformed form of equilibrium
outside
the body in the case of a small number of nucleons.
If the difference between the pair energies in deformed and
spheri
oal states in to be Judged on the basis of experimental
data, all
three known domains of the "stretched" nucleus are
obtained, and
the theoretically found limits of the "stretohea" nucleus
agree
well with experimental data. The presence of other domains
of
"stretched" nuclei in not indicated by theoretical
derivation, which
Card 1/2 is not in agre eme nt with the latest data.
BIRBRAIn_,B.L., Cand Phys Math _i  (diss )
"Equilibrium
w,
form of atomic nucleie" Len) 19S8) 6 pp (Min
of bducation
RSFSR. Len State Pedagogical Inst im A.I.
Uertsen. 'hair
of 'heoretical Physics and Astronomy) 100
conies (KLt 235b, 101)
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BIRBRAIR.. B.L.
Effect of superfluidity of atomic miclei on stripping
and piclmp
reactions& Zhureekspoi teor.fix. 41 no.3&894897 S 1619
(MIM 14:10)
1. Laningradskiy fizikDtekhnicheskly institut AN SSSR.
(Nuclear reactions).
2M2
S10561611040100310221031
B112/B214
*j. CIO
AUTRORs Birbrair, B. L6
TITLEt Inalysis of the angular distribution of the reaction
products in light nuclei
PERIODICALs Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fiziki,
v. 40,
no. 3, 1961, 895897
TEM The angular distribution of the react18n products in light
nuclei
is found to be unsymmetric with respect to 90 and has maxima
which are
characteristic of processes of direct interaction. From these
circum
stances it may be concluded that the reactions proceed
simultaneously by
direct, and by resonance mechanism. The interference between
these two
mechanisms complicates the analysis of an experimental angular
distribu
tion very much. It is shown in the present paper that if the
energy of
the particle current is sufficiently large in comparison with
the height
0 of the Coulomb barrierp the contribution of the direct
mechanism to the
differential reaction cross section may be separated in
calculating the
angular distribution at energies E and E + r72 (E resonance
energy,
r r r r
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A
2242
S/056/61/040/003/022/031
Analysis of the angular... B112/B214
1~ resonance width). The calculation of the angular
distribution is made
in the plane wave approximation and expressions are given for
the angular
distributions do d/d J1, do int /dA, and dar/dll of the
direct, interference,
and resonance parts of the differential reaction cross
section. The
f ollowing result is f inally obtainedi do d 1L . J(E + 1. r
d/ r 2 r
+ J(E r i(rb 10), where J(E;V~  dad/d_CL+ do /dCL + dd~.JdA,
r 2 r r int
and '~ is the scattering angle. Experiments on light nuclei at
medium
energy of the particle current give a resonance width of the
order of
10  100 kev. In regions distant from the reaction threshold
dcd/d(L
changes markedly (1 '2 Mev) while in the resonance region it
is
practically constant. There are 3 referencest 2 Sovietbloc
and I non
Sovietbloc.
ASSOCIATIONa LeningrAdskiy fizikotekhnicheakiy institut
kkademii nauk
SSSR (Leningrad Institute of Technology, Academy of Sciences,
USSR)
SUBMITTEDo Ootober.3,.1960
Card 2/2
S/05' 62/04'2/60~/O~~/05,
B108YB104
AUTHOR Birbrair, B. L.
TITLE: Protonneutron interaction in the pair correlation model
PERIODICALt Zburnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fiziki,
V. 42t
no. 2, 1962, 479  484
TEXT: The difference in the proton and neutron Fermi levels may
be oompens
ated by Coulomb interaction. It istherefore necessary to study
the effect
of pn interaction upon coupling. It is shoWn that the proton
and neutron
amplitudes in the canonical Bogolyubov transformation (N. N.
Bogolyubov UFN,
�1, 549, 1959)'do not interfere with each other, i. e., the
coupling of
protons and neutrons in a spherical nucleus is independent. The
quadrupole V/
excitation of eveneven spherical nuclei is discussed with
consideration of
pn interaction. The outer protons and neutrons are to have
moments of
momentum (j) much greater than unity. Two levels with spins 2 +
are found.
The probabilities of E2 transitions from these levels to the
ground level
and of the transition 2' + 2+ are determined:
Card 1/4
13/056j62/042/002/027/055
Protonneutron interaction... B108/B104
2E
B (0)  BP 'E Ip
Ik+ 0.
2i A (26)
B (E2)  rP '0 IP Ip
r+ #0 We+ i + as + a Y i+
B (E2)  BP (,"Tr+ + WIP), (allp  UJI"),
J'
64W. W,+EIP + as
where Bsp is*the single particle value of the respective
probability.
(gl _ 82)/8EV ; 'E a E v U V X(jj2' _ 1j2).
n P pn . pip Jn'; Vpn  Uj p ip Jin in p n P
and ?n are the energies of quadrupole oscillations without pn
interaction.
For the limiting case 0, which is rather close to the actual
facts, the
results are
Card 2/4
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Protonneutron interactioneet B1.08/B104
ASSOCIATION: Leningradskiy fiziko tekhnicheskiy institut Akademii
nauk SSSR
(Leningrad Ph si 0otechnioal Institute of the Academy of
Sciences USSR~
SUB.MITTEDt, july 28, ig6i
8/048/63/027/002/001/023
BI04/B18O
AUTHORS: Birbrair, B. L., Yerolchina, K. I., and Lem~berg, 1. Kh.
TITLE. The energies of the first 2 + levels and the reduced
probabilities of E2transitions to these levels in
spherical nuclei
PERIODICAL. Akademiya nauk SSSR. Izvestiya. Seriya fiziches'kaya,
v. 27, no. 2, 1963, 150171
TEXT: The air, ia to calculate C.,2+ energies of the first excited
levels
and the B(E2)0 ,,2+ reduced probability for spherical nuclei in a
wide
range of atomic numbers and to compare the results with experimental
data.
The calculation is carried out on the basis of a simple qualitative
model
toking account of pairing and quadrupolequadrupole interaction
between
Ahe outer nucleons. On the basis of results and symbols defined in
previous papers the selection of F.rj, the calculation of L, T and
the mass difference between odd and neighbored eveneven nuclei, and
the
selection of G09t, are studied in detail. By means of the formulas
Card 113
S/048/63/0'7/002/001/023
The energiea of the first ... B104/B18O
+ E 
.,j.)
+ LV),
(6) and
B (M", IRTi + E,F) L2 Th (r,J + E,j,)V(pjj~
en
(7)
I
E E + A,
(TY) (Tji,)
L 2uj E,? (I + 6jj,)
thereduced Drobability of E2transitions from the ground state
to the
first 2+ levels are calculated and the energy of the first
excited levels
of spherical nuclei. The reduce probabilities are in good
agreement with
experimental data in many diagrams. The energies agree well vith
experimental data in the case of Ni, Xr, Sr, Sn, To, Ba, Ce,
and Fb;
.....qard 2/3
S/048/63/027/002/001/023
The energies of the first ... B104/B180
aoreement is worse in the case of Zn, Zr, Mo and Pt. The theoretical
0
results reflect Seneral tendencies observed exper.Imentally,
particularly
the increasing 02, on approaching the outside of the shell with the
maximum for neutronfilled shells. There are 12 figures and 2 tables.
Card 3,13
BIRMAIR B L
Superfluidity and excited states of spherical nuclei
with odd
atomic numbers, Izv, AN SSSR. Ser, fiz. 27
no10:13291337
0 f63. (MM 16t10)
BnUR4M,, B.L.
"Concerning the Theories of Superfluidity of Atomic Nuclei."
report submitted for AllUnion Conf on Nuclear Spectroscopy,
Tbilisi, 1422
Feb 64.
FTI (Physico Technical Inst)
ACCXSSION NR: AP4042964 0/b048/64/028/007/1185/1187
AVn(OR: Birbrairt B.L.
TITIE: Contribution to the theory of superfluidity of atomic nuclei
ffieporto 14th 1
Annual Conference on Nuclear Spa6troscopy hold in Tibillsi, 1421
Feb 19617
SOUIM AN SSSR. 1xv.Se riya fixichesks ya, v.28, no'.7, 1964,
11851187
MMIC TAGSi atomic struj%turqkj'ftucleir itiucture, nuclear okodel
~WTRACT: This paper to concemed with criteria. for the occurrence
of"superfluidi.,
ty in spberical nuclei~n the ticinit' of.lead.'The pairing
interactions obtained,
y
by V.N.Glmn, Yu.I.Kharitonav, L.A.Sliv and
G.A.Sogommova.(Nucl.Phys.28,192,1964)
for nucleon states In these nuclei are tabulated and compared with
the formula
r(.2i + 1) (2j' + 1)
commonly employed In the6rptidal discussions of superfluldity in
spherlbal nucleis ';"i
.The formula In found to be groonly'inadequate;*In particular, the
offdiagonal in
teractions obtained by Sliv et all even between states of nsaily the
adme onergyO I
are much smaller thantho dIaVnal1termW,*&nd sometimes even of
opposite sign* The!
1/2
BIRMIR, B.L.
Theory of the superfluidity of atomic nuclei.
Izv. AN SSSR.
Ser. fiz. 28 noo701851187 JI 164 (MIRA 1718)
1. Fizikotekbnichaskiy institut, im. A.F. loffe
AN SSSR.
I

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I ~ ~ ~ :IT . I & NC i,
BIRBRAIR, B.L.; GUMAN, V.N. ,
7, 
Ex"citation spectra of T1 208 and Bi 208 nuclei. IAd.
fiz. 1 no.6:
971975 Je 165. (,miRA 18:6)
1. Fizikotekhnicheskiy institut imeni loffe AN SSSR.
I i~ , iJ'.i,. ;TE v V .
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in deformed
with odd A. Izv. A?. SSSR Ser. fiz. 29 no.2:291301 F
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ANDIMIJIVA, R.I._,,BIRBRAYMR. I.Sh.; GAVRISH, VA.;
CHIRVINSKATA, H.T.
Efficient combined geologicalgeopbysical method
for areal
prospecting used In the DnieperDonete Lowland.
Geol.mftl I
gass, 3 no.1112428 1 159. OaR& 1313)
1. Treat Ukrneftegeofisiks..
(Dnieper LowlaneL.ProspectizigGeopbysicaI
methods)
(Donets BasinProspecting geophysical methods)
C,
SMIELYANISKIY, V.111.i BI
Some data on the relation of atrucfwal plaris ir,
the northwestern
yart of the DnieperDonets lt~wland. Geol. nufti i
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613 of cover Je 165. OalLh 18:8)
1. Kiyevskaya ekspeditsi~a TULiinskogo
nauchnoissledovatellsko.go
Coologorazwedoulmogo instituta.
0
,BERM& X.I., Imndenedonauk
Prothrombinogento hepatic function in syphilis patients
under the
affect of specific treatment. VrAchAelo no.12:1353 D 157.
(MIRA 11:2)
(i.o.say.
 dots. S.1.
1. Ufeclrs koshaykh I "nericheskikh bolesney
Matuskov) Gdesskogo meditainskogo institute.
(SYPHILIS) (LIM) (BLOOD PLASMA)
16 9, v4 I e V,
BIRBRAYBR, M.L.,
kandidat wditelmokikh asuk
Antitoxic function of the liver during specific
treatment'for
syphilis. Vest,.ders. i Yen. 31 no3:52 MyJe 157.
(KIM 10:11)
1. Is kafedry kozhnykh C"nerichaskikh bolesney
Odeemkogo
gesuderetvennogo neditainskogo instituta imeni
I.I.Pirogova.
(SYPHILIS) (LIVAR)
KHALETSKA, N.I.; C=HOVSKIYj N.S.; PIYANKOV, F.I.;
OSTROVZ IYj H.N.
M.L.; AEMOV
=RRA A# N.I*; KOGUI, G.Kh., kand.med.nauk;
ANDZHEIDV, T.O., kand.med.nauk
Abstracts, Sovet, med. 27 no.9tl3l133 S'63 (MIRA
17t2)
1. Is kafedry goapitallnoy terapii
Voyemomeditainskoy ordena
lenina akademii imeni Kirova ( for Khaletskaya,
Chekhovskiy).
2. Is kliniki infektoiarmykh bDlezney Pexmskogo
meditainskogo
instituta ( for Plyankov)., 3. Is kafedry
infektviormykb bD
lezney Magoveshchenskogo meditainskogo instituta (
for Os
trovskiy) 4 Is kafedry kozhnykh i venericbeskikh
bolezney
OdeBskogo meditsinskogo instituta imeni Firogova (
for
Birbrayer). 5 Is kafedry kozhn7kh bolezney 11
Moskovskogo
meditsinskogo instituta. imeni Pirogova ( for
Abramova).
6. Is kozbnogo dispansera 21+y gorodskoy bollnitsy
thepro
petrovska (for Kogan). 7. Is
naucbnoissledovatellskogo in
stituta glaznykh bolezney imeni Gellmgolltsa (for
Andzhelov).
KOSHNITSKIY, I.N., dotsent.; KRICHKOVSKIY,,
G.F.; VERBITSKAYA, L.P.,
dotsent; LYSENKO, V.I.; 13TRRRATM .14.L.;
ALEICOZ, N.G.;
LOKHMLTOV., D.P.; YAROSHCRUK., A.A.
State of health of workers in the graphite
industry. Vrach.
delo no.8.334 Ag'63. (MDU 16.9)
16 Odesskiy meditsinskiy institut.
(NO SUBJBCT WMIMS)
BUMVER, V.
as fw beattreatment workers. Sots,trud.no*9'78
Ir 80 3 '56,  .7  .(MIRA 9:i~)
1. lachallou*4 ArWial xarabo'%oy*'~Uty savoda imenj Sverdlova,
Ioningrad.
(Madhinstool industry) (Wages)
CAJAL,N.; IANCONIMOU,14.; ADEROA,I.; DANINIASGU,G.;
BIRGA,A,
Study of the incidence of antipoliogrelitis
antibodies of
types I, II and III in unvaocinated persons in the
rural areas
of the R.P.R. Stud. cereet. inframicrobiol.,Baour. 11
no.1:
2130 16o.
1. Comunicare presentats, Im, Institutul do
inframicrobiologie al
Academiet R.K.R. In Sesinnes, stiintifioa festive.
din 1718 august.
1959.
(POLIONYBUTIS, immnology)
AMM,I.; IANCONSECU,K,,, BIFQ,A,
Herpes virus In tissue ~culturw. L Herpes virus
isolated In
human embryo tissue culftwo. Stud. comet.
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CAJAL, N.; IANODNESCU, M.; ADERCA, I.; OPMZCU, El.;
DANII;LFZCU, G.;
DINA. A 
Comparative studies of the indidence of
antipo2lomyelitis antibodies
in the vaccinated and unvaccinated children of the
Pqmgmian Peoplelb
Republic. Stud. cercet. inframicrobiol. Bacur. 21
no.4:549554
160.
1. Comunicare prezentata la Institutul de
inframicrobiologie al
Academiei R.F.R.
(FOLIOK&LITI.j imrmmo.Logyj
CAJAL, N., assist* Prof.; ADERCA, I.; IANGONESCU, M.;
OPRESCU, E.; DANIELESCU,G.;
with technical assistance of BIRCAA.,~
The incidence qf poliomyelitis antib6dies in children in
the R.P.R.
Rumanian M Rev. no.2:121/+ ApJe 160.
(POLIOMYEUTIS imaunology)
BIRCA, C.
1 .. .... ~...  i 
"Pastures and hayfields in Rimania." Edited by
E.Pusearu
Soroceanu and others. Reviewed by C.Birca. Anal
St Jassy
11 10:201202 164.
DOBRESCIT) C.; jLkU,_a_;_LAZAR, Maria
Geobotanical and floristic contributions to the
forest massif
of BirnovaRepedea, Iasi. Pt.l. Anal St Jassy 11
10:147158
164.
1. Chair of Botany, Faculty of Natural Science,
and Geography,
"Al. I.Cuza" University~ Iasi. Submitted October
2628, 1962.
LABAU~ V;.; BIRGA, 1.
,
Chemical equilibrium of voak acids in aqueous
solutions and in
natural vater. Studii cerc chim 9 no.4:693698 161.
1. Institutul de cercetari pisciocole, laboratorul
de ohimie.,
Buouresti.
BIRCAGALAITZANU, D.
Study of isomerism of certain aniline compounds with
the aid of approxi
mate infrared spectra. Note 1. P. 12.71. Academia
Republicii Populare
Romine. COMUNICARILE. Bucuresti. Vol. 5, no. 6, June
1955.
SOURCE East Earopean Accessions List (EEAL) Library of
Congress, Vol.
5. no. 9, Sept. 1955
BIRCAGALATUPTUt D.
Infrared absorption spectrum of dimethyl tricyclopentyl. P.
339.
ACAM,UA REPUBLICH POPUL',RE ROW1.M. Vol. 5, No. 2, Feb 1955.
Rumania
East European Accessions List (M&) Library of Congress
Vol 5., No. 11, August 1956
WANIA/Physical Chemist7  Molecule, Chemical Bond. B4
Abs Jour: Beferat. Zhurnal Fhird,ya., No 2, 1958., 3554.
Author D. BircaGallateanit.
KEM
Inst eryarfeienifa of Rumia.
Title Study of Isomeriam of Some Aniline Conpowads
According to
Their Spectra in The Next Infrared Range. Repoxtw II.
Orig Pab: Comm. Aced. IRPR, 1956., 6.. No 6, T67773
Abstract: In order to clarif~Vhe mibstitute nature wA
position in the
benzene nucleus, the author studied the infrared
spectra of o,
m and nnitroanilines in the range from 1 to 3.7'M and
com
pared them with those of chloraniliae isomers received
by him
earlier (Report Ip RM901im, 1956, 387). It is shmirn
that the
spectn= of every isomer differs from the others by
absorption
bands, viz., the metalsomer differs by the bands at 4070
and 5002
=I, the ortoisomer differs by the bands at3172 and
3346 =1
and the paraisoner differs by the bands at 3080 and 3108
cmI 
Card 1/2 30
I rc
RMANIA/Physical Chemistry  Moleculej, Chemical Bond. B4
Abs Jour: Referat. Zhurnal Xhimiya, No 2,, 1958, 3569.
Author St. Vencov,,D. 73ircaGalateanu, C.
GheorghitaOancea
Inst AcaAemy of So ences ofM~&
Title Itfrared and Ultraviolet Spectra of Some Vegetable
Oils.
Orig Pdb: )hd. stiint. Acad. R.P.R. See. mat. si fiz.,
1956, 8, No 2,
3914o4.
Abstract: The infrared and the ultraviolet absorption
spectra of ricinus oil
(I), sunflower oil (II) and linseed oil (111) in natural
state were
studied. Only an intensity difference of separate bands was
ob
sexved in the I to III spectra. The bands 3.5 and 3.42,,,A
vere re
ferred to the valence vibrations of the CHz P=P, MR, vas
re
ferred to the'barmonic'of the CID, deformtion vibration.,
1.%,, was
(0C) 3P ', 172 and 1.75^ irere the ay= and asymin. (CHA)
2.~',
1.4^ vas (CC) 3vJ  The o4w~tone of (OH)V,Was
superinposed on
the last band in the I'spectrum. The bands 5.87m of (CO)V
and
8.1 and 8.6,Ai of (CO)V vere noted in the range from 3.7
to 14,44.
Card 1/2 34
RumarA/Physical chdmisi4~Q16UAbemica1 Bond.
Abs Jour : Referat Zhur  Xhimiya, No 1, 1958, 122
B4
Author : D. BircaGalateanu.
Inst : Academy of Sciences of Rumania
Title : Absorption Spectrum of nBromaniline in Nearer
Infrared
Region.
Orig Pub ; Bul. stiint. Acad. RPR. Sec. mat. si fiz., 1956,
8, No 2,
405413
Abstract : The infrared spectrum of nbromaniline in the
region from
1,5 to 10,41 was obtained. The frequencies found were re
fered as follows (in CM I : 1002, 1042 6 (CH),
loft, liol 2 v 11, v (C_; , 1167 ~P Q: 1267 V
,g, (cN), 1431 2 4817
t "P4, CH), 11 0131 ~P(CC), 1598
~'3 (ZM2)1 1839 P 9, 4L (CC), 1953 ~Pll + ,P19,
Card 1/2
RUMANU/Physical Chemistry  Molecule, Chemical Bond.
B4
Abs Jour Ref Zhur  Khimiyaj No 1, 1958, 122
S(CH), 2o42 2 014, same, 2517 2 ~?, '0' (CN), 2853
%~ 9 +
%~17' 2893 '1113' 2997, 3033 ~913 + V161 3054 02 +
V16 +
~918, 3095 V 12, ~P (CH), 3192 2 ~93 1, 3365 'All,
sym.
f (nH), 3465 0 2 '1 asym %$~ (NH), 3661 3 0 ,
3876, 4o45,
4338, 4522 3%913; 4782 4 v , 5055 3 0 3 " 5973 2
"'121 6666
2%P,'. The band 3422 cm1 was attributed to the val.
osc. of the NH link taking part in the formation of
the
hydrogen bond.
Card 2/2
BITRCAGAL'TEEANIT D.
BIRCACALATF.IT,",J, D. ~eifnfttte electricity p. 6:23.
vol. F. ro. 12, Dec. 1956
GA.'=Ik ',",~T"IATICA ST FIZICA. SVITIA A.
SUENCE
So: East I'urore,;m I,ccession Vole 63 'No.5, ~,iay 1957