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USSR/Chepistry - Pharmaceutic&1ii- Jan 52 "Synthesis of Folycyclic Compounds. XVI. Prepa- ration of Meoo Derivatives of Anthracene Using Organic Lithium Compounds',"'B. M. Mikhaylov, V.P. Bronovitskaya, Inst of Gen and Exptl Path, Acad Med Sci USSR "Zhur Obshcb Kbim" Vol XXII, No 1. pp 147-162 Studied reaction of meso-halogen derivs of an- thracene with n-BuLi and PhLi, leading to for- mation of org Li compda of anthracene series. PhLi is recommended due to absence of side re- actions which occur in case of n-BuLi. Prepd USSR/Chemistry - Pharmaceuticals (Contd) Jan 52 number of meso derivs of anthracene. Replacement of 2 Br atoms in dibromo derivs by 2 Li P-toms under action of excess PbLd occurs to inconsideT- able extent. Meso-chlor'Aerivs,,do not react with PhLi. Org Li compds of anthracene series are rel- atively stable in ether. 2077T~2 E- A 6, S -' X ; olOrientation phenomena In substitution reartions with participation of orgLnic cornpoands U the alkaH motaIg. B. M. Mikh: P allov and V. P. Brono%ritska-ya. Zht r. J,',j xhcl Kh;m. 23, 12~~-5(1953)-Rcfluxing 5 C. ciainone, 4.5 g. So, and 34 mi. AcOH waf treited over 2 t lirs. ivi h 11.5 ml. coned. IICI, thtn dild. with If_-O yielding 1 met~ylant'ironc, 'vLich was rttlu,--(,(; 3 Ims. with 6 F. Zu -dust and WO rrl. 2N NaOI1 yielding 7*-,.7TO 2-niCthYl2L- I thracene, lit. This (3 -.) ill 75 nil. cold C% was tm~tedslowlywith2.6:7. Br it, Cq,; ar-erlicating oua~teinx bath until 111ir ei, olution ce-ised, tile. reaction mixt. yielded 75","o crude or 631,'~ pure m, 94.&-5.5* (froni EtC111). Addn. pf 2 g. 2-mcl%yl-9,10- dibrorricyintanteLne to 0,0058 inoles PIJA in EttO and by- aft -Uh -011 drolysis of the mixt. . -r 0.5 hr. 1% Me -13t,C), and HjO, gave 24% 1, in. the niotber li(Itior gave a mixt. (0.81 g.' of 2-mctbyl-9kaad 10)-bronio ntlit. cencs a i nt. 43-53'. Similaily O.OW37 njok-F. PhIA ill sola. tn~jlcd will, 1 9. L'-Diethyl-9-tiroinc~:izitbriim*ne, Olen treated with 1-111 9. Mel gave 00-7~, 2,9-din-emylayah,act"r, it. 81--l'. BuLi (irom IN! g. DuCl, (j.,11 g. Li, and 30 ini. El,O) treated with 2 g 1, kept 0.5 It,. tlitLn poured on Dry lee, a 51.7% ?-1lzeth)4ar1Pra4re,--.r-9 car&cxylic acid, m. 11172-8* ri"Lieberniann, Ann. 2!2. 350SIi2); CA. 6, 2a)21. -s 10.9 g.) Lm-ated wi n Th' th O.i3,, g. Br'i C,% at 0', then heated oil 'tutril bath is "bove, gaN'c 50% 2-InCAW-9- arid, in. 22!f--30.5' (from- C61-10. OxidLc-d %I:Lli Cr'C)i in Acoll it gave 2-u)Ltllyl;'.rl- thraquillo-le. To 3 iv, -is added 0.7,11) 1,111A in 80 lain. tile luixt. was treated with Dry Ice viOding 2-mcIV, -9 acid, in. 23-r,8'-(decuriipn., from dil. EtOW. ThUS'6--t-_iion-.etAAlic cot.ipEL-;. of alkali inetals behave as nuelcoplailic reagents. In suc ipds. -It co:. with the tretal being in c-paii0ou in resile IL "I EL ... :g. s"lli, stituelit ti cre is a link betivet.. it., c.., ,it the betero-atuai, Lh:.t i-i !dniilar to a H-bouu, which it ClItlY controls tile orientation plienoinena. . G. hi. USSR/Orsanic Chemistry - Synthetic Organic Chpyni8try, E-2 Abst Journal: Referat Zhur - Xhimiya, No 1, 1957, 938 Author: Mikhaylov, B. M., and gr n Br_ ~o Institution: None Title: Synthesis of Thiazole Derivatives by the Use of Lithium-Organic Compounds Original Periodical: Zh. obshch. khimii, 1956, Vol 26, No 1, 66-68 Abstract: The synthesis of 2,4-dimethyldiazolyl-5-lithium (1) is described to- gether with its utilization in the synthesis of some 5-substituted 2,4-d.imethyldiazoles. The carboxylation of I leads to the.formation of 2j4-dimethylthiazole-5-carboxylic acid (II). The reaction of I with ethylene oxide yields 2,4-dinetbYl-5-(A-ethoxy)-thiazole (III). Condensation of I with CH20 and CH3CHO yields 2,4-dimethyl-5-methoxy- (IV) and 2.,4-dimethyl-5-OC-ethoxythiazole (V), respectively. From V and CH31, 2,4,5-trimethylthiazole (VI) can easily be synthesized. All the reactions with lithium-organic compounds were carried under Card 1/2 USSR/Organic Chemistry - Synthetic Organic C4emistry, E-2 Abet Journal: Referat Zhur - Khimiya, No 1, 1957s 938 Abstract; an atmosphere of N2. To an ether solution of 0.516 gms C4Ht;Li add ( --c CICH W >-CHCHCOliN- IC,f ( N,(~i c1cliscill "~N-11 '\~-CH C11CON(C~11 O ) s I N11cocu, S , , , c1c LCOCH Hc N -CH 3 N- I \S/ N112 (VI) Card 5/6 p-Bis-(2-Chloroethyl)-Aminopheiiylaliiie (Sarcolysin) and Its Derivatives. V. Heterocyclic Amides of Sarcolysin 771110 SOV/79-30-1-71/78 Compound VI was prepared by dissolving 2.2 g Qf V in 300 ml of an alcoholic solution of 1N HCI and, after letting the solution stand at room temperature for 1 hr, concentrating it under vacuum to a small voltune. The precipitate was filtered off and recrystallized from absolute alcohol (Yield 68%; mp 226-2270). The results of biological study of the synthesized pre- parates will be published elsewhere. There are 1 table; etnd 6 references, 3 Soviet, 2 U.K., 1 U.S. The U.S. and U.K. references are: J. C. Sheehan, G. Hess, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 77, 1067 (1955)~ F. Bergel, J. A. Stock, J. Chem. SOC., 1957, 4563; Pr. Roy. Soc., 1957, 60; S. Waley, Chem. and Ind., 1953, 107. SUBMITTED: November 3, 15p Card',6/6 --BERLIN,-- A. Ya.; BRONOVITSKKYA, V.P.-- p -Di(2-chloroethyl)-aminophenylalanine ("sarcolysin") and its derivatives. Part 6: Amides from N-acetylsarcolysine and some amines of the thiazole series. Zhur. ob. khim. 31 no.4:1356- 1361 Ap 161. (MM 14:4) 1. Institut eksperimentallnoy i klinicheskoy onkologii Akademii meditsinskikh nauk SSSR. (Amines) (Barcolysin) BMIN, A.Ya.; BRONOVITSKAYAO V.P. Synthesis of~.-[p-di(2-chlorcithy-l)aminophenyl]- Xhydroxy- propionic acid. Zbur.ob.khim. 32 n0.2:600--603 F 162. (MIM 15:2) 1. Institut eksperimentallnoy i Irlinicheakoy onkologii AMN SM. - (Propionic acid) USSR iluman and Animal Physiology. Metabolism. Carbo- T hydrate Metabolism* Abs jour: Ref Zhur-Biol., No 22, 1958, IQ1674. Author ]~r pyv~k~skaya;. Z. G. Rostov on-th&- 0 rsitY. of r"isl-vas Inst Activity of Succindehydrogenase Title The Pressure. Tinder Increased oxygen Orig pub: Uch. zap. Rostovsk. n/I) un-ta, 1957, 28, 133-140. tract: Guinea pigs were subjected to 02 action under a Abs ter 24-57 min., the aniio,als pressure of 8 atm. Af I were taken out from the chamber and the general de- hydrogenizing activity and activitv of succindehy- drogenase was determined in the brain and liver. The, general dehydrogenizing activity of the brain tissue under increased 02 pressure increased by 18.8%, and the activity of succindehydrogenase de- Card 1/2 ..USSR / Human and Animal Physiology. hydrate metabolism. Metabolism. Carbo- T Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Biol., No 22, 1958, 101674. Abstract: creased by 20.6% compared to the controi. In the liver, the general dehydrogenizing activity de- creased by 28%; the activity of succindehydrogen- ase did not change. -- V. I. Rozengart. Lr,MINE/Human and Animal Physiology. The Norvous System. T Abs Jour--. Rof Zhur-Biol., No 8, 1958, 36851. Author Bronovitskaya, Z.G.j Shapovalova, N.S. Inst Title T~-C ~Giuc ~bgon Valuoz of the Brain in Animals Under Raised Oxygon Prossuro. Orig Pub: Ulcr. Blokhim. zb. 1957, 29, No 1, 20-24. Abstract: Rabbits were subjected during 1 hour to the action of 02 undor pressure of 4 atm. This produced an clovation of glycogen values by 65',"o, glucose by 21%. Subjection of the animals to 4 atm. prcssuro Of 02 during a poriod of 2 hours still mcrc increased ',-.he glucose cont.-nt without changing the glucogon content. Action Of 02 under 6 atm. pressure incrcasod the valuo of glucoso only Ity 15%, of glucogon by 55%. Card 1/1 log AdtzoslnetriphD~pbprlc acid (ATP), creatine pbo'sphate (CIP)"Ittid the activitY of adetiosirietrIpbospliatase (ATP- ase) of the brath undtr hIgh-oxygen-pTcs3ure atimospI herer- Z. S. Oenlicnovirh uni Z. 0. Bronoyitskilya (V. M. Molotov 01. ur~,Ao 1~tatr Univ (IWIX5); -cf. C.A., 49, lovW.-Rat, nud F-a nea ngs divided into two groulls each, the controll group3 %-ere kept tinder nornmi conditions: the upti. animals were pLared In a ial chambtr of purt 0 under prrsc-mte of 0-8 atras. Ant- to -!tip vfrect-: the cxcitcmtnt M, treated suffer four r Slage,y&n tilt tt3l atiMiris scurry around in the chamber, keep Oniffirig and exhibit motions of bad)- washing; a short pefiod 451 Immobility; a period of Intermittent convulsions ;Q! th munks of tht veck Bud Wei of the entire bp4y, tht IrittitsitY and frequency at which increz'sl with the, rise In the PI'MUrC; UIZ COnvulAions o;j its sILIC, tefpirnflort b-cornts nrrhyffirlic and !~,^ fr"qui-M, and bloodv foam aprwars at the Mmtth. In'tilir tMANAl StlAt tilt. tillimals dji!~ Aftcr dreapitaled, the hinills urre quickly m-novi,l and In liquil air in which thry froze within 1-1.5 Inin. 'The brain vra3 then groxind to a Owder arid vxtd. i0tb 4 ';,' CC13COOll for 10 min. at 2-4p. in the prottinrTee filt-rutc, n: drills. viere r, arle for inorg--uic r fIP). ATP, anA C11. Nn Cl, was (lemon st rated brcaust it d1%,ppc~rt R47-P 00'09-0 rv-(C- OIC19AAI ) 0101-00:IC- Mk*-r49456A-#'JM , PHOJON19M., 0.kYC-f.V ABSTRACT: L-methionine-sulfoximin (MI) alters the content of adenylic components in the liver of rats. Six hr after MS1 injection. the ADP and ATP content increases (302), oxidative phosphorylation increases, and respiration is unaltered. Twelve hr after MSI.Injection there is an increase In the total content of adenylic system components. 14SI does not alter the intensity of brain metabolism but depresses eaterification of inorganic phosphates (342). Exposure to oxygen under pressure (4 ata) for an hour increases both respiratory intensity and brain phosphorylation. MS1 and increased oxygen pressure together caused an activation of brain phosphoryla- I ACC NR. AP6025929 0 tion compared to the action of MI alone. The sensitivity of animals injected with MSI to increased oxygen pressure is elevated compared to controls. Apparently, one reason for this is altered phosphorus metabolism. It vas concluded that despite the ability of increased oxygen pressure and HSI to precipitate convulsive attacks, their mechanism of action on the phosphorus metabolism of individual tissues differs. Orig. art. has:- 4 tables. [GD1 SUB*CDDE.- 06/ SUBM DATE1- 1OFeb65/' ORIC REF: 010/ OM-RKF: 005/ ATD PRESS: -Set? Card VASSOYEVICII., N.D.; BRONOVITSKIY, A.V ----- - - ---- ------- -- letter to the editor of the Journal *Prikladnaia fieofilzikael PrikL geofiz. no*32.-248-252 162. (MIRA 15:7) (Rocks, Sedimentary) VASSOYEVICH, N.B.; BRONOVITSKIYP A.V. Studying dinsity and poroAty of rocks. Trudy VNIGRI no.190i 478-4814 162. (Petrology): (MM 1.6:1) BRONOVITSKIY, A.Ya. The most important achievements and the most urgent tasks of medical science in the White Jbissian S. S.R. Zdrav. Belor. 5 no.1:5-12 Ja '59. (MIRA 12:7) 1. Predsedatell Uchenogo meditsinskogo soveta Ministerstva sdravook- hraneniya MR. (WHITZ RUSSIA-MBDIODM) (WHITIC RUSSIA--PUBLIC HFALTH) BRONOVITSKIY, -A.Tu., prof. . - Plan for the development of medical science in the White Rassian S.S.R. in 1960. Zdray.Belor. 5 no.12:3-7 D 159. (MIRA 13:4) 1. Chlen-korrespondent AN DSMI, predsedatell Uchenogo maditainskogo soveta Ministerstva zdravookhrananiya BSSR. (WHITE RUSSIA-411DICINN) ,2 (Tf IV Li k, "I l/ 0 ITBSTEROV, R.I. (Moskva); TUSHINSKIY, H.D. (Loningrad); GOIEV, N-N-(Kiyev); DOWrO-SABITROV, B.A. (Leningrad); ZAKIJSOV, V.V. (14oskva); HITHORTM, S-11. (Moskva); CHUHAKOV, M.P. (Moskva); ZIMOIOV, V.M., prof. (Moskva); NEGOVSKIY, V.A., prof. (Moskva); BIRYUKOV, D.A. (Leningrad); LITVI11OV, N.N., prof. (Moskva); SOKOLOVA-PONOWLREVA, O.D. (Moskva); XUALOV, P.S. (Leningrad); BATKIS, G.A. (Hosk-va); KOSYAKOV, P.N., prof. (Moskva); SMLUV, N.A. (Moskva); BUSALOV, A.A., prof. (Moskva); HOLCHANOVA, O.P. (Moskva); SMSHUN, I.D.- BLOKHIN, N.H. (Moskva); MOBPULURNSEY, B.S. (Ifoskva); VISIDIEVSKIY, A.A. (Moskva) CHRMIIGOVSKIY, V.N. (Moskva); FAVLOVSKIY, Ye.H., akademik (Leningrad); 'VSKIY, V.I.: HYASNIKOV, A.L. (Hoskva); VINOCYR&DOV, V.11 (Moskva); 140h DKVYDOVSKIY, I.V. (Moskva); IMTE, V.I. (Moskva); KURASHOV, S.V.: ANOMUN, P.K. (Hoskva); BOGI1101OV, I.D. (Kiyev); ZIL'BIM, L.A. Woskva); BROHOVITSKIY, A.Yu.; CIEOUPAMV. D.F., prof. Debate on the address by Professor V.V.Parin, academician secretary of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the U.S.S.R.; abridged conments by members of the Academy of Medicine and the directors of institutes. Vest.AlUT SSSR 14 no.8:19-31 '59. (MIRA 12-:11) 1. Deystvitel'n;VY8 chleny AMN SSSR (.Lor Nesterov, Tushinskiy, Gorev, Zakusov, Kupalov, Strashiui, Preobrazhenskiy, Vishnevsliy, Chernigovskiv, Hyasnikov, Vinogradov, Anokhin, 21ltber). (Continued on next card) NNSMOV. A.I.---(continued) Card 2. 2. Chleny-korrespondenty A14N SSSH (for Dolgo-SMurov, Chumakov, Zhdanov,"3iryukov, Sokolova-Ponomareva, Batkis, Shnelev, Molchanova, Blokhin, Ioffe, Bogdanov). 3. Direktor Instituta gerontologii AHN SSSR (for Gorev). 4. Direktor Instituta farnakologii i khinioterapii AM SSSR (for Zal-usov). 5. Deystvitel'nvy chlen Vaeso.vuzno,v akademii sel'skokhozvavstvennvkh nank Imeni V.I.Lenina (VILSINUL); direktor Inatituta opidemiologii i mikrobiologil imeni Gamalei AMU SSSH (for Muromtsev). 6. Direktor Instituta po izueheniri poliomiyelita IM SS-R (for Chw-,akov). 7. Direktor InBtituta eJ,-sperimentallnoy maditainy AM SSSR (for Biryukov). 8. Direktor Instituta obshchey i konTqunallnoy gigiyeny AMI SSSR (for Litvinov). 9. Direktor Inatituta pediatrii AMN SSSR (for Sokolova-Ponomareva). 10. Direktor Instituta virusologii AIAII S,9a (for Kosyakov). ii. Direktor Instituta tuberk-uleza AIM SSSR (Shmelev). 12. Direktor Instituta gnidnoy khiriirgii AMN SSSR (for Busalov). 13. Direktor Instituta pitaniya AMU SSSR (for Molchanova). 14i Direktor Instituta eksperimental'noy i klinichealcoy onkologil AM SSSR (for Blokhin). 15. Direktor Instituta khirurgii AHN SSSR (for Vishnevskly). HESTMROV. A.I.--- (continued) Card 3. 16. Direktor Instituta fiziologii AMN SSSR (for Chernigovskiy). 17. Direktor Instituta terapii AMI SSSR (for Hyasnikov). 18. Direktor Gosudarstvennogo izdatelletva meditsinskoy literatury (for 14avevskiy). 19. Vitse-prezident J0411 SSSR (for Davvdovskiy). 20. Hinistr zdravookhraneniya SSSR (for Kurashov). 21. Direktor Institute. infektsionnykh bolezney MIT SSSR (for Bogdanov). 22. Chlen-korrespondent AN BSSR: predsedatell Uchenogo meditsin- kogo soveta Hinisterstva zdravookhraneniya BSSR (for Bronovit- : Iciy). 23. Predsedatel' Uchenogo meditsinskogo soveta Ministerstva zdravookhraneniya USSR (for Chebotarev). (MEDICIID,I) lt~yu- * GOIM. D.N.; NDGUNGHIK. Z.,C. Stancho Nll~nkOvich NllsniWv;.on his sixtieth birthday. A--kh.anat, Clot.1 embr. 37 DO-121119-121 D 159. (NIRA (DIOGRAM3S) 13:5) ACCESSION NR: AT4040809 8/3099/621000/001/0215/0219 AUTHOR: Israilov, D., Abduvaliyev, A. A., Bronovitsidy, V. Ye., &dtanov, A. S. TITLE: Conversion of polytetranuoroothylene into films by mixing with polysylvan SOURCE: AN UzSSR. Institut khimli polimerov. Mika I khimlya prlrodny*kh i sintetiches polimerov, no. 1, 1962, 215-219 0 TOPIC TAGS: teflon,- polytetrafluoreethylene, polysylvan, polymer film, teflon film, polymer mechanical property, dimethyldichlorosilane, polymer electrical res1iitivity ABSTRACT: Polysylvan, obtained by the polymerization of sylvan in the presence of ZnCl 2 and dimethyldichlorosHane in N at 50C, was then used for the pr paration of teflon films by two methods: (1) ii;Ag of powdered polytetrafluoroethyelene with polysylvan in ratios of 1:1 to V5, and heating in reactors at 280-30OC; however, homogeneous products could not be obtained at'any intervals of temperature and polymer ratios. (2) Mbdng Various proportions of the polymers in rollers at a roller friction of 1:1. 2 and temperatures of 30-8 C..,,-P In both oases, films of various thickness with different physico-mochaaleal indices were 'Card 77 ACCESSION NR: AT4040809 obtained. The beat conditions were rolling at 60-60C for 40 minutes. Part of the films were baked in presses at 280-300C and the rest were extracted witli acetone to removb the excess polysylvan and then baked at 300C. When 1:1 mixtures of polytetrafluorethylene and polysylvan' were rolled at 50-60C for 10, 20, 40 and 60 minutes, the rupture strength of the films 2 , respectively. To study the effect of the presence obtained was 85, 130, 162 and 105 kg/cM of silicon in the polymer on the blending of polytetrafluoroethylene, experiments were carried but with polysylvan containing silicon on one or both ends of the chain. The rupture! strength of these films was 51 and 170 k&M2, respectively. 7he authors also studied the electrical resistance of the films, with or without removal of excess polysylvan. The results showed a decrease In electrical resistivity with increasing temperature (20-150C), and an Increase after extraction with acetone. When films containing excess polysylvan were baked: 2 on an hydraulic press with a pressure of 20 kg/cm, at 280-300C, dark colored films were obtained with holes from the leakage of the excess polysylvan. To eliminate this problem, the quantity of bound and free polysylvan in the film at a 1:1 ratio of polytetrafluoroethylene polysylvan was studied. - An average of 18% of the original polysylvan remained In the film after washing. Filmis ftom which the excess polysylvan had been removed were highly -1; z 2V3 C. ,d ACCESSION'NR: AT4040810 S/3099/62/000/001/0234/0241 AUTHOR: Bronovitskiy, V. Ye.; Usmanov, Kh. U.; Dudnikova, L. G. TITLE: The production of liquid lignin-furfural resin and pressed materials based thereon SOURCE: AN UzSSR. Institut khimii polimerov. F1z*ika I khimiya prirodny*kh i sin,.etichesldkh polimerov, no. 1, 1962, 234-241 TOPIC TAGS: pressed polymer, fibrous polymer, Synthetic fiber, lignin, hydrolyzed lim, iin, lignin furfural resin, resin, furfural resin, cotton lignin, phenolic resin, phenolic i for.-,naldehyde resin ABSTRACT: The natural P013rmer lignin has many possible industrial uses, but its structure is still not completely understood. In the present paper, the authors discuss the hydrol I ys~s of cotton ligninwith 15% allWi, the possibility of obtaining liquid and solid meltable resins, suit- Qle for the manufacture of pressed materials, and the technique for pressing products from lignin- furfural resin and fibrous fillors. The authors found th-a-t-lydr-o-lysi-s-o-f -cotton lignin with 15% NaOH at a lignin: alkali ratio of 1:8 for 1. 5-2 hours at 17 OC produced the highest amount of water-soluble coxnr~ounds and small amounts of sediment. Prolongation of this L ACCESSION NR: AT4040810 process caused polycondensation of the water-soluble products. After alkali hydrolysis the material was cooled to 7001, followed by addition of furfuraI to a lignin: furfural ratio of 1:5 based on the dry weight of lignin. The polycondensation of the mixture lasted 65-90 minutes, after which it was cooled to 45 - 50C and acidified with 20% HM to a weakly acid solution. The precipitated resin was washed with water, and after cooling it was ready for the preparation of fibers. The technology developed for the preparation of a compress- ible product was as follows: resin with a moisture content of 23-27% was put in rollers and mixed with a saturated solution of urotropine. A cryanide- impregnated foam was then added and the mixture was rolled to a thickness of 4-5 mm at 5-60C for 10-15 minutes If there was more than 3% moisture, the mixture was*dried for 2-3 hours at 60C. To decroase the water-absorbing properties and improve the physico-mechanical properties, the mixture was mixed with nibber or phenolic and urea-formaldehyde resins. The best results were obtainedwith the addition of 157o (calculated on the basis of dry weight) of phenolic-formildehyde resin No. 18. This decreased the water absorbing properties from 0-. 85 to 0. 5 and increased the compressive strength from 1250 to 1500 k9/cM2. Orig. art. has: 1 figure and 2 tables. M8,CRITION: Institut khimii polimerov AN UzSSR (Institute of p I er mist z R) 0 ym Cho ry Card 2/3 ACCESSION NR: AT4040810 SUBWTTED: 00 SUB CODE: OC, MT 3/3' Cord NO REF SOV: 013 ENCL: .00 OTHER: 005-- F.-ACCESSION NM AR4015703 8/0081/631000/023/0594/0594 SOURCE: RZh. Xhimiya, Abs. 23T250 AUTHOR- Bronovitsidy, V. Ye; Volochkovich, M.A. TITLE: Production of foam plastic from ligWn-furfural resin CITED SOURCE: Sb. Fizifta I kldmiya pr1rodn. I sintotich.,polimerov. Vy*p. 1. Tashket AN UzSSR, 1962, 231-233 TOPIC TAGS: foam Plastic, -plastic, polymer, resin, lWn,,..furfural, lignin furfural resin TRANSLATION: In order to obtain foam plastic from lignin-furfural resin, dried lignin was ground for 5-6 hre. on a ball grinder, sifted thrpugh a sieve with 900 openings/cmz, and placed in an autoclave, where It was activated for 2 lirs. at 170C and 9-10 atm. with a 15% solution or NaOH (8 liters of alkali per kg of lignin). After cooling the activated lignin to 70-75C, furfural was added 1~ a ratio of 1:4 and the mixture was placed in an autoclave (with-a. reflux ccndenser), where polycondensation was carried out at 96-100C c.m 1/2 ACCESSION NR; AR4015703 for2.5-3hrs. 'nio resin obtained was neutralized with 20% HC1, washed with water and dried by pressing out Vie oxcess water with rollers. Ile resin has a black color, dissolv6s In alcohol and acetone, the. dropping temperature according to Ubellod Is 62C, moisture content_< 3%, rate of hardoning of a plate at 150C,< 90 sec.,'Iifc,< 2 months. Foam plastic based on lignin-fut,'ural resin was obtained by mixing the following components (parts by wt.) for 30 minutes on water-cooled rollers: 100 lignin-furfural resin, 8 porofor ChI(hZ-5 and 5 ammonium sulfate, added in that order. Foaming of the mixture was accomplished In 1-1. 2 min. for I mm without pressing in.a special hermetic mold at 150-160C. Foam plastic from lignin furfural resin has a density of 0. Z-0. 06 g/cc, a working temperature of 144-.150C, ultimate compressive Strength of 3.3 k9/cm21 co- efficient of thermal conductIvity of 0. 063 kcal/m-hour-dogree, and water absorption In 20 days of 0. 17 g/cm2. it Is noted that foam plastic from liguln-furfural resin can be used for thermal Insulation In construction. L Kotlyarevskayn. DATE ACQ:, 09Jan64 SUB CODE: MT ENCL# 00 2/2 Cord BROt"OVITSKIY, V. Ye.; US!.,-IjioV,, r--.U.; GUTI'.!I,-,, ya. Chip borads from lign:Lr- furfurole resins. Xhim- 1 f(lilzT-R.-Alhl18m.:l) prirod. i sint. Polim. no.lt242-252 162 1. Chlen-korres.Dondent All UzSSR (for Usmanov), ISRAILOV, D.; ARDUVALM11, A.A.; BRCVOVIT~~I-.jy, V. Ye.; SULTP2~0,r,, A.S. Processing of Polytetrafluoroethylene. into films by mix-Ing with polysylvma. Khim- i fiz.-khim. prirod. i sint. polim. no.j: 215-219 16-2 (MIRA 18:1) V. Ye.; VcurHKO'j-FrF5 M.A. I of foam piastic frOM lignin-farfurole resins. njim. 1 -fiz.-Ithim. P'IrOd. i Sinl. poltn. no.1:231-233 162 (MIRA 18.--!.) BH(RIOVITSKIY,-.V----Ye.-; USXANc)IV, yh.U.; DUMIKOVA, L.C. Production of liquid lignin-flurfurole resin and molding materia:Ler based an it. Khal-M. i fiz.-khim. prirod. i sint. polim. no.l: 234-241 162) (MIRA 18:1) 1. Chlen-korr as pond ant All UZSSR (for Usmanov). BRONO'n7.syjy~ V. ye.; SHAy -.1- , . -1- ~~ I 'IROVAJ R. I 11 bleparai4on op moldir-9 POwd5rS based on lipirl-furfuzole resr K ,3. m. i fiz..-Ichim. pr1rod. i sint. polim. no.1l2'53--7,rv' 162 (MIRA 18~-!) IX rr_F CNR: AF501 5944 UR/0167 /F,~.!000/003 'r?00 /nO" ALFFHOR: Ral&h1mv, A.; Bronovitskiy V Ye - ____ I ~N~ ov TITLE: Graphite-based lubricating materials uade from Central-Asian SOURCE: All UzSSR. Izvestiya. Seriya tekhnicheskikh nauk, no. 3, 1965, 63-66 TOPIC TAGS: natural graphite, graphite containing polymerantifriction layer, 6raphite lubricant, resin lubricant ABSTIP-ACT: The production of graphite films from natural graphite mined in cp7tain Central-Asian cites, as well as their mchanical and anticorrosion were discussed earlier by the present cut))OTS (UZ1'. 1-J.)i7- -perties of these films ~pr(,d,,!c- m thev clescribe t1he lubricattng pro "VD6 'band No. 18, e Ray friction machine. Tusls '~P~isfactorv proportieF, for dry friction operat 10n. 7"- Tl,~ f!xceeded 50-55C, and wenr was moderate. Saryles viih Lt:'i lubricating pronerties. The friction coeFficient wAs "n E. nc t i C M~ t resin containing grap Card 1/2 ACCESSIO14 NR: AP5015944 practical applications. Orig, art. has: 3 figures. ASSOCIATION: Tashkentskiy politekhnicbeskiy institut (Tashkent Polytechnic Institute) SUBMITT, D.- 263an65 ENCL: 00 SUB COM-7. VT NO REF SOV: 004 OYHER: 000 Lcard_2/-2--- 6 ACC NRv AIP6018089 SOURCE CODEt UR101141651000100310032100Y~ AUTHOR: Dronovskly, Go A**(Engineer); Gallperinj H*.1* (Engineer) P ORGi none TITWt Some aspects of the pr*duction of turbines for the Krasnoyarskaya flydro- electric Station SOURCEt Enorgoinushinostroyeniye, no. 3, 1965, )2-34 TOPIC TAGSt hydroelectric power plant, metal casting, welding, turbine ABSTRACT: Theionstructfon"t;f -the-w6ild's firsts 08 thousand kilowatt :turbines raised numerous new problems. The authors list and describe in Aetail basic peculiarities of the construction process. 7he Novo-Kramatorsk Machine Factory had to develop new procedures for casting the 36.8 t half- sections of the outer rimt exceeding in size those made for the Bratskaya hydroelectric station. Sperial methods have been developed also for the casting of the 8,000 kg vanes by the joint effort of the Central Scientific- Research Institute for Technical Machine-Building, the Navskly Machine- Building Factory Im. V.I#Lenlnj and the Leningrad Metallurgical Factory Im. XXII Congress of the CPSU, The Novo-Kromatorsk Machine Factory had to solve the problems of producing the extremely large shaft (2300/1900 mm in diameter) i ii1th a comparatively thin wall of the shaft (200 ntn)o FUrther problems were Card UDCt 621.224:65o011.56 N-4i ROME L 29132-66 - ACC NRj AP6018689 encountered In connection with welding, need for new stronger materialso and-transportations flew welding methods were designed and tested by the Institute for Welding im E. 0. Paton; parts were made of three types of ,steelp while the working wheels of the new turbine had to be transported by ship rather than by.rail, The article is packed with technical data and descriptions of new technological and engineering solutions, down to a .-liesciription of the loading of the wheal on the' ship and Its voyage along i0e~.Northern route# Orig# art* hass. 4 figures.' FJPRS7 SUB CODEt 13 10 SUB14 DATEt none oRiG Rr..Ft 003 Card 212- /to-, M BRONOVSKIYI G.A. inzli.; GALTIRIN, M.I., inzh. Preparation for the construction of the turbines of the r krasnoyarsk Hydroelectric Power Station. LTrudy] LEZ no.10:24-28 164. (MRA 18:12) BRONOVSKIV G*Ai.,,-inzh. Experience in manufacturing velded and catt runners for the hydraulic turbines of the Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station. [Trudy) LMZ no.10:359-375 164. (MIRA 18:12) BRONOVSKIS Je The greatness of Albert Einstein; in com"Mration of his 75th birthday. Tr* from the English. p. 1542 TEMM, Beogardv Vol 10$ Noe 329 1955 sot EMS Vol 5,9 NO* 7.. ju4 1956 so T. J6 TOL 3 Xa~ Apr. 19M AM Practiral TcA of Urdrmm A -v Neat Power (111minti.) St ZF? SeN. p. Dem-libm plis-ratloo of turtAnc and compmalan cf stca Tab6s. mi-ravuph. phatognphs. dWgmm. FIR, OHRE BROOVSK.IY; G qA., lnzh,; GANZ11. Z.X., dots.: GOLIDSM, A.Ta., inzh. Technical analvals of different designs of ru=ers and shafts for hydraulic turbines at the Bratsk Hydroelectric Pbwer Station. [TrWVI M no;4037-356 '570 (mm nz-4) (Hydraulic turbines), s/114/60/000/007/oo8/oog E194/E455 AUTHOR-. Bronovskly G.A., Engineer TITLE-. Welded and Cast Runners for the Large Radial-Axial Water Turbines of the Bratsk Hydro Electric Station PERIODICAL: Energomashinostroyeniye, 1960, No-7, P~34 TEXT2 The Leningrad Metal Works, for the first time in the Soviet Union, is mastering the production of welded runners for the water turbines of the Bratsk Station, which are rated at 230 MW per set. Each runner weighs about 100 tons, has a maximum diameter of 6100 mm and is 2723 mm high. It consists of two parts which are bolted'together at the rim on erection and welded below. Each half-wheel is itself a welded structure consisting of upper and lower rims and seven blades. All the parts are of low-alloy steel 20t'C-jl (20GS-L). The separate parts are joined by electro-slag welding using a flame mouthpiece; the procedure is described. To protect the blades against cavitation, appropriate portions of the first experimental runner are protected by deposition of austenitic steel lgl8H9'T (lKhl8N9T) as weld metal. The weld metal is deposited automatically with a strip electrode. In developing the methods of manufacture Card 1/2 s/114/60/000/007/008/009 E194/E455 Welded and Cast Runners for the Large Radial-Axial Water Turbines of the Bratsk Hydro Electric Station appropriate to these very large wheels, the factory has received considerable assistance from the Institute of Electric Welding imeni Paton and the Central Scientific Research Institute of Engineering Technology. Special equipment has been made for casting and neat-treating the blades and for inspecting their shape; also for the assembly, welding and intermediate machining of runner parts. By welding the wheels their hydraulic properties have been improved, through greater accuracy of configuration of the flow path and a higher degree of surface finish. In their technical and economic properties, these welded runners compete with fully cast runners and once the method of manufaLture has been fully developed they will cost 10 to 15% less. Card 2/2 _YV PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/5460 LeninGradukly motallichookly zavod. Otdol tekhniohookoy informatail. Nekotoryyo voprony toichnologii projzvodntva turbin (Certain Problems in the Manuracture of Turbineo) Nloncow, MachC1z, 1960. 398 P. (Series: Ito: Trudy, vyp. 7) Errata slip inserted. 2,100 copies printed. Sponsoring Agency: RUM Sovet narodnogo khozyaystva, Leningrad- skogo ckonomichoolcogo admini3trativnogo rayona, Upravleniye tyazholoCo mohinootroyenlya, and LenlnSradakly dvnzhdy ordena Lenina metallichankiy zavod. Otdel takhniahookoy Informatoii. Ed. (Title page): 0. A. Drobilko; Editorial Board: Reop. Ed.t 0. A. Drobillco, B. A. Glebov, A. M. Nayzell, and M. Kh. Marnik; Tech. Ed.: A. I. Kontorovich; Managing Ed. for Literature on Machine- Building Tachnologyt Ye. P. Naumov, En 'Leningrad Depart gineer, ment, Nachgiz. KWOSE: - This collection of articles Is intended for technical peroonnel In turbine plants, institutes, planning organizations, as well as for production innovators. Card--Z?~Iz Certain Problems (Cont.) sov/546o COVMVGE: 7he experience of the MZ (Leningradakiy metallichaskiy zavod - Leningrad !~Otalworlcing Plant) In the manufacture of modern large-capacity turbines In presented,; 11 lothods for the rationali- zation of banio manuraoturIng processes and for tho'4neehabizatiod and automation of manual operations are given. Descriptions of attach- ments and tools designed by IJ-1Z for Improving labor productivity and product quality are provided, and advanced inspection methods discussed. References acoompany some articles. No personalities are mentioned. There are 26 references: 25 Soviet and 1 English. TAME OF CONTMITS% Foreword 3 X. IMI PROCESSING MMMODS 331 MACMIKQ MW ASSEMLY Gamze, Z. M. [Engineer]. The Organization, Mothods,and Trends in Efforts for Improving the Easy Manufaoturability of Designs for Large Hydraulic Turbines 5 Car'&2 74e- T, Certain Problems (Cont.) sov/546o Dolinakiy, E. D. (Engineer].* The Organization of Lot Produotion of Steam Turbines 33 Petrov, A. A. [Engineer]. Fine Boring of Steam-Tarbine Cylin- ders 38 Lisitayn, D. I. A Specialized Machine Tool for Milling the In- clined Splitting Planes of Stdam-Turbino Diaphragms 45 Plagov, Sh. Z. Proper Utilization of Available Specialized Equipment 47 Golldaher, A. Ya. [Enjineer]. The Process of Coupling the Shafts of a Large~ Hydraulic Turboalternator- 55 'Bronovskiy, G. A. [Engineer]. A Welded Joint of a Split Running Wlle-~-oh-a-Mxed-Flow Turbine 68 Kallnitskiy, S*. L'.-[Englneerl. Certain Univeraal:Fixtures Used In Turbine Manufacturing 78 Card--311-L- 13RON S Y;,P.~A , inzh.; GALIPEJUN, M.I., inzh. 1--,-I ~V-g - -- - Some special featfir;-s of the Eanufact.,Jre of-tiz-bines for the - Krasnoyarsk Hydroplectric Power Station. Energcmashilnostroenie 11 no.3.-32-34 Mr 165. (MIRA l8t6) - - Y~ronovski, Heinz]. BRONOVSKI, Khay~ts ---- Advantages of thin-layer films. Sov-foto 20 no.4:37 Ap 160. (MIRA 13:8) 1. Chlen teentrallnoy fotograficheskoy komisaii. (Germany, last-Photography--Yllms) /, ---- .mi- - '. tE~ g.,: Rs ---- -- 11 ~~- a ~* i CHXVMIDI, S.Kli; BRONOVITSKIY, V.Ye. Soria dAtm-Wn-l~-eltudy of DzungAriwn iris. Trudy Uz.SSR no-3:201-207 155. (MLRA 10:1) Orarmine-Iris) (3rooms mnd brushes) CHEVRERIDI. S.1h.; BRONOVITSKIY, V.Ys. Roots of the orchard grass Dactylis gloerata L. nanufacturing brushes. Trudy Uz.S,SR (Orchard grass) (Brooms and brnshes) as material for no.3:209-214 155.-- (XLRA 10:4) RAHIMOV. A,; RRONOVIT"KIY, V.Ye.; NIZAEUTIDIN16V, Kh. Preparn~ion of grephite plastic:s from graphite ores in Central Asia. Uz!). khim. zhur. 8 no.6L72-78 164, (MIRA 18,4) 1. NaL~chn,,),-~.ssledovai'e--'Llskiy instiltut khimii i '.ekhnolog-'I. khlopkovoy ..seljyulozy Gosudarstvernogo komi-"-.e-.a khimiz:heskoy promyshlennosti pri Gosplane SSSR. BRONSHTEYN 1Y11 V Investigating eclipsing variable RV Ophinchi. Per. zvezdy 6 no-5: 246-255 Mr '48. (MIRA 12:7) (Stars, Variable) BRONSHT-T, V.A. 331862. Konfyereyentsya Po Fizikye Planyet. (Kharikov. May 1949 G.) Byullyetyent, Vsyesoyuz. Astronom.-Gyeodyez. O-va, No 1, 1949, C 45-46. SO: Letopis' Zhurne .,llnykh Statey, Vol. 46, Moskva, 1949. jr -3 p I it 0 A b a 1-1~ it U. I!P- Pool 4s 7, z T t N a a r a 31 a it a a toa APR 1951 6`~JAMO sefthrWye *WbA. o4miudarshwSLA 20 21 litmIa 1930 g. pod NJ" T Thin mit," fs'.uh 4-rvtA "t At- .0t June 20 11. IM I 4L1:44. ~Irwvw 39(11):50. N(W. M& 4 rv-f-. DLC- I he it%" 14-C'S in Ow ~,MtV 14 Alms's-ha the nirhi ni junr thr lowl n(vib"o I%Ifl to thr Kvirm Irml %V to NE A '.-ttv hicht my. juralld to th~ fpwi-n. .1-1 C-11 In 16. NW. I hr 6'9~4' shopl. (." the N an.1 XW W~ krI t ven- 'I N, I "PI, tn-,".rrimith 'p-I I -.0ml 4 1. 0 ~ t an'l cla. V.1ni'l-I I tv 14 ~ff .It i'm "~f 6~ .1 11 ~ 4 S V %I I - ~ -.%(I A.M. I iminmAing ILA 6 ithl --" kill. ON, I%,-Ic UN, 1" "In Ln, fi--n, hi-- ItK% pliduir, whiLra4mittioc tkil it I%iq 11"I %vt lwi~o dr-Iffmim'). i. ImIm.1 lar'"t-ukr the S L -IT-LLLWSKAL LITMILdIff CLASSWKATMN SO- t 1. J ^6 woo .I*w &3qsnv '.04 %sod 0 0 v I' I 0 0 0 0 a 0010 0 0 0 4 * 0 0 ASTAPOVICH, I.S.; ~RONSHTEN, V.A.; BUGOSLAVSKAYA, Ye.Ya.; BUGOSLAVSKAYi, N.Ya; VSEKHMATSKIY, S.K.; IMMAYLOV, A.A. SIVKOVY S.I.; TER-OGANEZOV, V.T.,- RAKHM4, I.Ye.., red.; PEGR31,A,OVSMA, R.A., tekhn. red. (Solar eclipse of February 25, 1952, and its observation] Sol- nechnoe zatmenie 25 fevra3ia 1952 g. i ego nabliudenie. Sost. I.S.Astapavich i dr. Pod red. A.A.11likhailova. Moskva, Gos. izd-vo, tekbniko-teoret. lit-ryy 1951. 175 P. OMA .15:4) 1. Vsesoyuznoye astronomo-geodezicheskoye obshchestvo. 2. Chlen- korrespondent Akademii nauk SSSR (for Mikhaylov). (Eclipses, Solar--1952) USSR/AstronoaV - 801ar Eclipse Nov/Dec 52 "Sky Luminosity During Total Eclipse of Sun V., A; Bronshten "Astron Zhur" Vol 29, No 6, PP 718-729 Author expounds his theory on auroral ring and sky light during total eclipse. Considers agree ment between his computed data and observed ones as good. Submitted 10 Sep 51. 239T82 USSIf/Geophys ics -Meteors and Comets Zlov- 51 "Plenary Commission on Comets and Meteors," V. A. Bronshten "Priroda" No 11, PP 87, 88 An extensive plenary c, ission 'on comets and me- teors, of the AstTo-Soviet of Acad Sci_W20, vas he,ld 24-25 Mar-'5'i-i-n--M-o-s-d-o-w--7e-p-orta-were heard from the following: K.* P. Stanyukovicb and V. V. Fedynskiy (on cosmogony); Ye. L. Krincv (meteor- ites); E. K. Gerling (age of Earth' by argon method); V. A. Bronshten (solar system); V. F. (f- Solyanik ormation of solar system and distribu- tion of atum); B. Yu. Levin (criticism of 2 9 USSR/Geophysics Meteors and Comets Nov 51 (Coutd) 0-. Yu. Shaidt's theory of, cosmogony); ff. S:~tiu- skaya ~Lenin&ad U Chair of -Gefi~-Astr,and, Meteo.r, As~r); 1. S. Astapbvich (work of the Astrophys Lab in'Ashkhabad);'A. M. Bakharev (work of Staliumbad Obs) - /~_< "Y' f eov Y e,, I r 6 4.6 207T49~ BRoNsHTjN, V.A. .~ r~~-t:4r~ on of the Committee on COmOtO and Meteors. Bjul.VAGO no.11; Plenary sessi 37-39 152. (91-R& 6:6) 1. Komissiya po kometam i meteoram Astrosoveta Akademii Nauk SSSR. (Astronomy) BUGOISUVSKAYA, Ye. Ya.; 27,013KI'L, V___'~k. Eclipse,-, 0',-3-ar - 1952 Observati_"Iis of the tuotal solar ecliPse of Februar,-!' 0-5, 1~52 bY t'~e exPe"" Of t-e All-Union Society of Astronomy and Geo--Iev, A~,tron. tL;ir. No. 125) 1952. 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, :-:av -1953. Unclassified. BRCESOM, V.A. [Index to the'~ vftlls~i"7*f the All-Union As tronoaical-Gaods tic Society*] UJ~a%&.te`lI'k`DIull6teniu Veasoiuznogo astronamo- goodesichookogo obishchostva' (1925-19521.Sootavil T.A.Bronshten. Moskva, 193). 30 p. (MLRA 7:7) 1. Yessoyasnoys astronono-&-sodesicbeskoys obahchestvc. (Bibliography--Amtronow7) (Astronomy-Bibliography) PWILIHI I.I.; BRONSHTIN, V.A.. redaktor. [Xinor planets] Malys planety. Koskya, Goo. isd-vo tekhniko-teoret. lit-ry, 1953. 412 P. (MIRA 7:6) (Planets, Minor)