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Struct r, qumirivittent L't coniplex" Ming. six differvilt 14;wds. fit SOV/78-3-12-11/36 AUTHORS: Essen, L. N., Zakharova, F. A., Gellman, A. D. TITLE: Concerni-ng the Synthesis of Isomers With Six Different Addenda (K sintezu isomerov s shestlyu. razlichnymi zamestitelyami) PERIODICAL: Zhurnal.neorganicheskoy khimii, 1958, Vol 3, Nr 12, pp 2654-2661 (USSR) ABSTRkCT: [PYNH3BrNO 2ClJPt] and [PyClNH 3NO 2BrJPtj, two geometric isomers with six different addenda, were synthesized. The starting material for the synthesis of the trans isomers was [PYNH3BrNO 2Pt], containing divalent platinum. The compound was first treated with NaNO 29 then with chlorine, and finally converted to the trans form [PyNH3BrNO2ClJPt] by treating with potassium iodide. This product has a dark green color, and has a solubility in water of 0-05 grams per 10O.grans solution. A decomposition with the generation of iodine takes place at 2000 when it is heated in open capillary tubes. The synthesis of the Card 1/4 cis isomer [PyClNH 3NO2BrJpt] was carried out using the salt SOV/78-3-12-11/36 Concerning the Synthesis of Isomers With Six Different Addenda A K[PtPyCl3j. At 40-600C in aqueous solution the N02 group con- taining an equivalent amount of sodium nitrite was added to the salt. The compound was then oxidized with bromine and the produced salt converted to the cis isomer with six addenda by reaction with potassium iodide. The cis isomer is a fine crys- talline powder with a dark brown color, and melts without de- composition at 2000C. It has a solubility in water at 250 of 0.095 grams per 100 grams solution. The syntheses of isomers with two, three, and eight addf'nda were not successful, because the addition of the NO2 group to the tetravalent platinum com- pound is extremely complicated. A few exchange reactions in- volving simple platinum (IV) compounds were carried out. The starting compounds for these reactions were the following: Ce IV# & 2 3 3 X4_~/Z 176 Alfku al- MY ee ~Po&_ *V# l 3 Ir .3 '8r By reacting.potassium bromide with the PH 3C')2C'2p t] salt Card 2/4 in the ratio 1:1 the displacement of one chlorine in the co- S07/78-3-12-11/116 Concerning the Synthesis of Isomers With Six Different Addenda ordinates Cl-Pt-C1 takes place. By reacting 2 moles of KBr with one mole of E(NH3Cl)2C12Ptl an exchange of the two chlorine atoms with bromine takes place under development of ~( NH3Cl)2Br2Pt]. The bromine ion in the coordinates Br-Pt-Br could not be displaced by reaction with KC1. The experimental results show that chlorine and bromine have different co- ordination affinities in the inner spheres of tetravalent platinum compounds. An exchange of chlorine and bromine with the NO2 group in the coordinates Br-Pt-Br, Br-Pt-Cl, and Cl-Pt-Cl did not occur. The course of the exchange reactions in the inner spheres of tetravalent platinum compounds is de- pendent upon the various coordination mobilities of the ad- denda. There are 11 Soviet references. ASSOCIATION: Institut fizicheskoy khimii Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of Physical Chemistry Of the Academy of Sciences, USSR) Card 3/4 5(4)' SOV/20-123-3-29/54 AUTHOR: TITLE: The Production of Differently Substituted Triacidotriamines of Quadrivalent Platinum (Polucheniye raznozameshchennykh tri- ataidatriaminov ohetyrekhvalentnoy platiny) PERIODICAL: Doklady Akadekii nauk SSSR, 1956, Vol 123, Nr 3, PP 487-489 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The author previously (Refs 1-4) described methods of synthesis of 5 (of among 15 theoretically possible) isomers of the composition PYNH 3ClBrTNO2P~ . At present it is of interest to determine the optic isomerism for compounds of the type men- tioned. The cleavage of the complex non-electrolytes into optical antipodesp however, meets with considerable diffioulties. The most expedient way was to split the soluble compounds mentioned in the title by an optically active acid. The pro- duction of these substances under consideration of the literature (Refs 5-7) is preliminarily described. The synthesis is com- pleted in 3 stages: 1) production of differently substituted triamines of the bivalent platinum; 2) conversion of these tri- Card 1/3 amines into triamines of the 4-valent platinumi 3) substitution SOV/20-123-3-29/54 The Production of Differently Substituted Triacidotriamines of Quadrivalent Platinum on the 3rd coordinate. The author succeeded in producing 2 differently substituted triacidotriamines of the 4-valent platinum: a) E]PyTIH3EtN 02C lBrP t3 Cl, where Et - ethylamine (C 2H5NH 2) and b) [PyNH,MeN02 BrClP fl Br, where Me - methylamine (CH3NH 2). Above all triamines of the 2-valent platinum EPYNH3 EtN02P~ C1 and [PYNH3 EtClPq Cl were produced for this purpose. As initial material a triamine had to be chosen which contains a nitro group since the inclusion of the nitro group into the compounds of the 4-mvalent platinum is rather difficult. Therefore, the triamine produced was oxidized by chlorine. Hereby the hitherto colorless solution becomes yellow. By evaporation, a yellow crystalline compound IPYNH 3EtNO2Cl 2P~ Cl - a chloride containing crystal water, was separated. The last stage of the synthesis was completed by heating (for 1-5 hours) with potassifim bromide on the water bath. On this occasion the solution turned bright-yellow. The resulting substance is Card 2/3 LPYNH3 EtNO2ClBrP ti Cl. The further produced triamine was SOV/20-123-3-29/54 The Production of Differently Substituted.Triacidotriamines of Quadrivalent Platinum IPYNH3MeNO2BrClPq Br. The production of these two compounds permits experiments regarding the cleavage of differently sub- stituted compounds of 4-valent platinum into optic antipodes as it ie predicted by the coordination theory. There are 7 Soviet references. ASSOCIATION: Institut fizicheskoy khimii Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of Physical Chemistry, AS USSR) PRESENTED: July erl'1958, by V. I, Spitsyn, Acadumician . .4, SUBMITTED: August 8, 1958 Card 3/3 ESSEN, L.N.; ALEKSEM, At D.P. syntheoin of Pt triacidotriamines with six different substituents in the inner cowdination spheres Zhuroneorg.khime 6 no./+:857- 862 AP 161. (MM 14:4) 1. Institut fizicheakoy khimii AN SSSR. (Platimun compounds) GELIMAN.. A.D.j ESSM.,,L.N. - Kinetics of substitution reactions in the inner sphere of complex zoleouleso Dokl,AN SSSR 138 noo5slO95-1098 A 161. (MIU 14t6) 1. Institut fizicheskoy Ichboli Akadamil nank SSU. Predstavleno akademikom V.I.Spitayhym. (Chemical reac4ion, Rate of) (Suiletitution (Chemistry)) ESSEN, L.N.; ALEKSEYEVA, D.P. Preparation of mixed oxalate-earbonate complex compounds of thoriume Dokl, AN SSSR 146 no.2:380-382 S 162. (MIRA 15:9) 1. Inatitut fizicheskoy khimii AN SSSR. Predstavleno akademikom V.I. Spitsynym. (2wrium compounds) S/020/63/149/005/010/018 61 AUTHOR: Gellman, A. D., Essen, L. IT., Zakharova, F. A.. klekseyeva, D. P., and Orlova, M. TITLE: The production of omalate-sulfite and sulfite comp7c:: Eompoimd of thorium and uraniira, (IM PMIODICAL: Akaderdya nauk SSSR. D klady, v. 149 ) no- 5, 1963, 1.071-1073 TEXT- The object of this investigation va,,: to isolate and investigate previously -unknown complex comounds of:thox-ium and uranium (IV) with oxalate and sulifite 4ons. The G-tarting materials were thorium oxalate and sodi-Lra sulf4te. Thorilm oyalate at room te,-,merature dissolved satisfactorily in concentrated solutions of sodium sulfite, ihus attesting to the formation of complex compounds. Upon pouring the resulting solution into alcohol, the complex segreGatco out in the form of a sniro-shaned mass which is transformed in-co a white crystalline substance when re-treated with alcohol. Analysis established that the com- plexes isolatuod are mixed oxalate-sulf-ite complexes and their cormoGition can be expressed by the general formula Na2n[Tq(C204)2 (S03)nl - x 1120. All the comi)lexes isolated are fine crystalline powders which appear homoeoneous when viewed under a microscope. But the refraction indexes of the crr.;-U-,ls could not be deterraned owing to their extremely small size. The investiGation is being continued. ASSOCIATTON: Institute of PIVIsical Chemist,ry, Card 1/41 Academy of Sciencen TISSR. 4E2c Distir 'I'md acildn"OLIphaddal hldt.slow; r'l fupliffe Iff-am"_ ?, wit . Tf t. ft v,(Ff:. m. Vdit, ~h I I, t., I AS, ~ (;; ,Wvm~ Pho u tA ~i:,;zs kkillt .4 fmi(v-11(~aINti. 1"~ - 11 OAA k, C, A hi d S :! w bll (11 S f C 3 4 : -, , . t ;( It , .q, , gT , ivai 11"Lti:41 for It hu-S. it two" la tt,c f,,rllt (4 di,ks tims, ill ( R 111m. ill mitact. wifil an U-Nig zilfi-y, thett C.-i(clichc4i ill watcf. [it tile oiltrr LAytr tile latilia:ir ittallitice twvarne %phot)L", and Lite latiWolit a 7.ruplaitc tft,,ct:w;,I wLAAvrably lusidt! Aie fAt;tiljl,: tlic wapitOw Ltuittlt,W W-C C-11algLit. -rite atitsitic Wer cutitaimil C I.-s7 attit hU, ill,! imcrior of the 5~!rllpte C 2.79 aud IQ I lite fullit A grapim, In- uftvliwl"t fit (:a:;t il~,ll vull Im. cfi~ ... ;,ii by th'"a A SOV/1 37- 59- 3 - 6367 Translation from: Rcf-rativiiyy zhurnal. Metallurgiva, 1959, Nr 3, p 205 (USSR) AUTHOR: Essen, M A TITLE: Certain Peculiarities of the Diffusion of Carbon in Cast Irons and Steels Containing Mg (NekotoryVe osobennosti diffuzii ugleroda v chugunakh i stalyakh, soderzhashchikh niagniy) PERIODICAL Ti- Gruz politekhri. in-t, 1958, Nr 3(60). pp 130-1-10 ABSTRACT. lt was established that the rate of diffusion of C is considerably greater in austenite containing Mg than it is in ordinary austenite. A constant C content of 1.45% observed in peripheral layers of cast irons v,,hich had been treated by the Mg-diffu5ion method tends to lower the solubility of C in austenite under the action of the Nig and, consequently, permits considering the problem of plotting a pseudo- binary Fe-C-Mg diagram which is characterized by a contraction of the gamma region. A S. Card 1/1 S/ 12 A005/AGO1 from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Mashinostroyeniye, 1960, No. 21, p. 188, iL6684 AUTHORS: -Tavadze, F. N.. Essen- T1 !LE Recent Experiments for Obtaining Cast Iron With Glotular Graphite PERIODTUL-, Dokl, Nauchno-proizv. konferentsil mash1nostroiteley I prllnorostroi- teley. Leningrad, Sudpromgiz, 1959, PP. 180-184 'EXT., Studying the peculiarities of graphite formation In solid metals, them.. authors carried out experi-ments for verifying the effect of Mg on gray cast Iron with lamellar graphite. It turned out that by diffusion metallization a higher Mg-sontent in the cast iron can be obtained than by treating the liquid metal with Mg. A protracted contact between Mg and cast Iron leads to diffuse transition of carbon from cast iron to magnesium, which attains a conspicuo-is magnitude. The both diffusive processes in the cast iron cause the conditions leading- to the formatir,ri of graphite inclusions of globular shape, There are 13 figures. S. Yu. N. Trarslator-'s note: This Is the full translation of the original Russian abstract. Card 1/1 A060/A101 AUTHORS" Essen M. A., Tabadze, F. 14. TITLE- Influence of pressure upon the formation of spherical graphite PERT ODICAL! Beferatli.vj)yy ZhUrnal. Metallurglya, no. 11, 1961, 1 - 2, abstract M4 ("Sakartvelos politeknikuri Instituti Shromebi, Tr. Gruz. politekhn. in-t", 1959, no. 3 (64), 73 - 75 (Gruz. sun-nary)) Cast Iron with the following composition was used (in %): Ctot 3-0, ugr3-0, Si 4.3, Mn 0.54, P 0.06, S 0.015. The heating temperature was 1,100 + 2 ~ , the soaking time at the maximum temperature 5 and 20 hrs, cooling In the furnace. The initial structure of the graphite admixtures - flaky and eutectic graphite, structure of the metallic base - ferritic. It is presumed that pres- sure promotes diffusion penetration of Mg into the cast Iron and that the pene- tration mechanism is related to the presence of C and Si in the cast iron. The addition of Mg into the cast it-on produces the conditions for the transformation of flakes into spherical Inclusions. It is possible that the great surface ten- sion plays a robe here. The diffusion processes in the cast iron specimen proceed under conditions of all-sided uniform compression. A. Savellyeva f-Abstracter's note: Complete translation] L Card 1/1 18(7) -)0V/128-59-6-6/25 AUTHOR: Tavadzeq PoNogDoctor of Technical Sciences, Essen, M.A., Engineer TITLE: Transformation of Graphite Inclusions in Cast Iron During its Saturation with Magnesium PERIODICAL: Liteynoye Proizvodstvo, 1959, Yr 6, pp 15-18 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Apart from the interest in a theoretical clarification of the question on the formation of spheroidal gra- phite, there is no uniform opinion among scientists about this problem. During the last 10 years, Soviet and foreign literature has published many scientific treatments covering this problem, Despite the diffe- rent theoretical concepts, all authors agree about the methods necessary for the elaboration of this problem on liquid cast iron. Exceptions nre only the following articles Difhllshed by their Plit'lor: (Publication of the Gruzinsldy Poj*y(--eahn.Lca1 Listitut- Nr 6, 1955, Nr 7 " 6 1958) and the b , Nr i, artic e 0 tepin, P.J. 195 Card 1/3 (LiteynoyeProizvodstvo, Nr 11, 1958 . These publica- -)OV/128-59-6-6/2:5 Transformation of Graphite Inclusions in Cast Iron During its Saturation with Magnesium tions contain data gained by experiments on the trans- formation of graphite inclusions in chill type sulphu- ric cast iron during its saturation with magnesium until the formation of nodular graphite. In this ar- ticle the methods for separation of graphite in chilled cast iron improved by the authors is described. For these experiments, the authors have put cylindrical samples of uniform weight, but of different types of cast iron with and without magnesi 8m under pressure after heating the samples from 400 up to 1.100 C. The results showed that cast iron can be saturated with magnesium either by pressure or by temperature,* but in a different manner than tll,)t for molten cant iron. ~Iag- nesium in its lRrger percentage is found on the outside of the shape, less in the inside. The test snmples were treated by an additional process to separate the carbon share of the material. A chemical analysis did Card 2/3 not E;hcyw any carbon in the magnesium but an acetylene SOV/128-59-6-6/25 Transformation of Graphite Tnclusions in Cast Tron During its Saturation with Magnesium type smell indicated such possibility. The authors maintain that the separation process of carbon plays an important role in the formation of nodular type gra- phite. The tests with aluminum demonstrated that it bears only a weak influence on the formation of sphe- roidal graphite. Several microphotos show the various phases of the formation of spheroidal graphite. The experiments made by the authors have not been verified by-the experiments of P.J. Stepin despite the fnct that he used the same type of methods. The authorr as- sume that Stepin did not make his experiments under sufficient pressure. Likewise his statement that the graphite separation occurs always in spheroidal shape could not be proven. There are 6 photographs, 1 table, 1 diagram and 7 Soviet references Card 3/3 ESSEN, AA. Cand Tech Sci - (diss) "Variation in the Form of Graphite Inclusions of Pig Iron by Magnesium," Kiev, 1960, 17 PPj 150 cories Kiev polytechrical Institute) (KL, 47/60, 105) S/1 374'60/OOOA 11/1033/1043 A006/A001 Translation fromt Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1960, No. 11, p. 250, # 2724o AUTHORS: Tavadze, F.N., Essen,_ M.A. TITMs New Experiments in the Field of Obtaining Cast Iron With Spheroidal Graphite PERIODICALt Dokl. Nauchno-proizv. konferentsii mashinostroiteley i priboro- stroiteley, IAningrad, Sudpromgiz, 1959, PP. 180 - 184 TEXT: The method of diffusion metallizing can be used to obtain a higher Mg content in cast iron than by treatment of liquid metal with Mg. At an ex- tended contact with the cast iron a diffusion transition of C from cast iron in- to Mg takes place; thus conditions are created which entail the formation of graphite inclusions of nodular shape. Impoverishment in C of the surface layer causes the formation of a film around the specimen; the film consists of a Card 1/2 S/ 137/60/000/0 11 P 33/t 4 3 AOO6/AOO1 New Experiments in the Field of Obtaining Cast Iron With Spheroidal Graphite material which contains from 1.4 to 1.5% c, resembling graphitized steel. A high content of Mg in the peripherial layer proves the possibility of Mg dissolving in graphite and in the metallic base of the cast iron. A.S. Translator's note: This is the full translation of the original Russian abstract. Card 2/2 S/128/6i/ooq/oo2/oo6/ooq A054/A133 AUTHORS: Essen, M.A.; Tavadze, F.I. TITLE, On the solubility of magnesium in iron PERIODICAL: Liteynoye proizvodstvo, no. 2, 1961, 31 - 34 TECT: Tests were carried out to study the diffusion of magnesium in iron and to establish the effect of the iron composition on the itransformation of nod- ular graphite. Magnesium was used as a reagent, the test ladles were made of (;T. 30 (St. 30) and Y-10A (U-10A) steel, while 9 different kinds of iron were tested containing silicium in the range of 0.72 - 5.25%. It was found that a carbon content of 2.61 - 4.67%, an S-content of 0.015 - 0.225% and a manganese content of 0.29 - 0.7% have no marked effect on the transformation of nodular graphite, whereas the effect of the structure of the metal base and that of the silicon content are considerable. To compare the behavior of the specimens, two of them' were each time put in the test ladles In a rising order of their silicium content. The structural analysis of the specimens shows that in specimens with a low sili- cium content the iron is highly saturated with magnesium. Upon increasing the silicium content from 0.72 to 5.25% the amount of magnesium diffused decreased Card 1/3 S/128/61/000/002/006/009 On the solubility of magnesium in iron A054/A133 from 3 to 1% in the outer layers of the specimen. Moreover, it was found that besides silicium, the concentration of magnesium in the peripheral layers only depends on the carbon content of the iron. The tests (at a temperature of 1,WDOC for about 15 h) established the relationship between the change in the shape of graphite inclusions and the magnesium and allicium content of iron. Optimum re- sults with regard to the transformation of graphite inclusions into nodules were obtained for a magnesium content of 1.2 - 1.8% and a silicium content of 2 - 3.8%. Tests carried out at various holding times showed that the time also has an ef- fect on graphite transformation. Tests under high pressure, in order to intensi- fy the diffusion process, produced in 5 hours' holding time a composition of 2.22% C, 1-27% Mg, 3-57% Si with flake-shaped graph&te, whereas a holding time of 20 h resulted in a composition of 0.93% C, 1 .59% Mg and 2.46% Si with nodular graph1te. When the magnesium content of iron is raised above the optimum value, the graph- ite inclusions do not transform. This must be put down to a deceleration of car- bon diffusion, caused by a high magnesium content. Upon increasing the silicium content, the magnesium concentration of the specimen decreases, starting at the peripheral layers and becoming more and more pronounced towards the centre. It nay, therefore, be assumed, that the optimum ratio between magnesium and siliclum is attained, In the first place, in the core of the specimen, promoting the dif- S/128/61/000/002/006/009 On the solubility of magnesium in iron A054/A133 fusion of carbon to such an extent that the carbon atoms can carry out the trans- formation caused by magnesium. The optimum content of magnesium results in the transformation of graphite inclusions into nodules. Upon increasing the silicium content, three zones are formed in the specimen: an outer layer with excess mag- nesium content, a second layer with optimum magnesium content and a third layer where the magnesium content is below the optimum. Upon a further increase in the silicium content, only two layers are formed: a peripheral layer with optimum magnesium content with small and medium-size graphite nodules and an inner layer with compact film and nodule graphite. A further increase In silicium content, however, results in the rapid deterioration of the graphite shape. Part of the tests were carried out in the Tula mekhanicheskiy institut im. E.P. Rikman (Tula Mechanical Institute im. E.P. Rikman). There are 9 figures and 9 Soviet-bloc references. Card 3/3 ESSENSON, A.R. Operatinnal prricticam of hatching otationa In the Entonlan S.S.R. Ptitanvodstva 8 nn.8:16-17 Ag 15n. O-QU 11:10) 1. Direktor trnsta Inkubstorno-ptitsevodcheakoy stantAii Ministerstva eal'okogo khozynystva Estonskoy SSR. (Fatania--Poultry) ESSE0011, A. R I large inexpensive poultry house. Hauka I pered.op.v sellkhoz. 9 no.12:19-20 D '59- (MIRA 13:4) 1. Direktor respublilmnakogo tresta Inkubatorno-ptitsevodcheakikh stantgiy Zatonskoy SSSR. (Poultry houses and equipment) ESSENSON', A ./) A million eggs per year. p506 SMSIALISTLTK PMLTJMAJANDLIS. Tallim, Estonia. Vol. 14, no. 11, 9wwcI959 Monthly List of East European Accessions (EUI), LC. Vol. 8. No. 9. September 1959~ Uncl. 112-1-1754 Translation from: RefgatbggF Zhurnal, Elektrotekhnika, 1957, Nr 1, P. I AUTHOR: Essenson, A.Ya. TITLE: Application of Toroidal Transformers for the Production of Radio Meters (Primeneniye toroidal 'nykh transformatorov v proizvodstve radioizmeritellnykh priborov) PERIODICAL: Obmen opytom. M-vo radiotekhn. prom-sti SSSR, 1955, Nr 6-7o PP. 3-49 ABSTRACT: The problem concerning advantages and deficiencies of toroidal and shell-type transformers Is discussed In connection with their application in the production of radio instruments. Comparative data are presented: of voltages induced by external fields, of discontinuities of frequency response characte 'ri8tic, of the weight of materials and other data obtained as a result of investi- gating output transformers of both types, designed for 5-w.capac~ty, with a frequency range from 20 to,20,000 cps and with an even number of turns. Prom a data analysis Card 1/2 it is evident that toroidal transformers have a series of 112-1-1754 Application of Toroidal Transformers for the Production of Radio Meters (Cont.) advantAges as, for ex.: reduction of the noise level for about 30 db, extension of the frequency range about 3 times, reduction of nonlinear and phase distortions,, re- duction of copper and steel outlay, reduction of dimensions, weight and cost, reduction of losses in copper and steel, and others. Formulas necessary for designing'toroidal transformers (power and low-frequency) and chokes are presented, proceeding from the calculation of their-lowest cost (in mass production) or of their minimum.weight (,for compact transportable equipment). The production process of manufacturing toroidal transformers is described as well as the necessaxy t9ols and checking- and-measuring equipment for this machine-tool 'and processing-equipment. A comparison of financial outlays for the broduction of the shell-type and toroidal trans- formers is made. Tha problem of application of toroidal transformers in domestic and foreign technique is pre- Card 2/2 sented. Bibliography: 11 titles. Ye.R.S. VOYEYKOV, Dmitriy Dmitriyevich; GERTSIGER, Leopolld Waumovich; KNYIZLrV, Konstantin Konstantinovich; LIVSHITS, Illya Aronovich;_N64N Ak,,_Aj~b,9,r-+,_j4~qy1evich; POPOV, K.K.,red. [Design of low-frequency generators] Konstruirovanie nizko- chastotnykh generatorov. [By] D.D.Voeikov i dr. Moskva Izd-vo "Energiia," 1964. 225 pa (MIRA 17:71 LIBERKAN, D.L.; ZSSI-BZING, A.G., red.; BERGIR, B.N., red. CHadloal control of physical education; bibliographic Index of Russian literature 1941-19541 Vrachobnyi kontroll nod fizicheakoi kulituroi; bibliografichaskii ukazatell ote- chestvannoy literatury 1941-1954 gg. Izd.2., ispr. I dop. Khartkov, 1955. 92 p. (MIU 13:9) 1. Kharkov. Goeuderetvannsys nauchno-maditsinskays biblioteka. (Physical education and training--Hygienic aspects) 2- AUTHOR: Essi-Ezing, - A.G. (Engineer). 133-6-23/33 TITLE: The Conference of Innovators and Inventors of the Tube Manufacturing Industry. (Soveshchaniye ratsionalizatorov i izobretateley trubnoy promyshlennosti). PERIODICAL: 11 'Stall" (Steel)p 1957t No.6, P.554 (USSR). ABSTRACT: The Conference took place in Rustavi on 22-23 March, 1957* The proceedings of the Conference are reported in general terms. AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 1/1 EWWVA, M. --."litanges in the infiltrate during the healing of wounds. Part 2. Chekh.biol. 2 no.3:178-182 Jo 153. OMRA 7:4) 1. Inatitut biologii Chekhoslovatskoy Akademii nauk, biologiya tkaney, Praga. (wounds) ESSLOV.A. Narta Transformation of cells in vitro. Cesk. biol. Is no.3:14&151 Mar 55. 1. Biologicky ustav CSAV. biologie tkani, Praha. (TISSUN CUIMM, transform. of calls in) (GBLLS, , transform. in vitro) ji V 4L, 41, ____ 'm MMIck Sec.2,C01.9/jo PhyAology,ete. Oct56 4348-Y I, ~.VM and LENGEROvA A. Blol. (Istav dSAV, Exp. BLol., Praha. 1~~W media poutittho b6hem exposice rtg %if en[ na reakci tkido- vfthkultur. Effect of t:omposition of the medium during X-ray Irradiation on the reaction of tissue cultures CSL.BIOL. 1955, 4/6 (358-361) Graphs 2 Tables 1 Chick fibroblasts were irradiated with 104 r. Duringexposure, different experi- mental groups were kept in media containitig various components of the normal medium and controls in Ringer's solution. Cultures in Ringer's solution were af. fected irreversibly; In undiluted embryonal extract the changes were reversible. i.e. undiluted embryonal extract protects against X-rays. This extract, however, inhibits growth of non-irradiated cultures. Lengerovi( - Prague (H. 1*) E65LOVAS I.I. Inhibition of the formation of immune arFlutininis in chicks injected for imnunological adaptation with erythrocytes and leuccoytes the first day after hatching. P. 9 Vol. 5, no. 1, Jan. 1956 CESKMLOVETISKA PIOLOGM, Czechoslovakia Source: EAST ETIROFFIiN ACCESSEONS LIST Vol. 5, No. 7, July 1956 -d M. Vvdf- r,",SLOVA, V 'ITh.,! part playe,! Ir., white blood cellq in ov-nrcom*ng, -he. lncorq~etibility 01 sl-ir "oroz-, 'ts in warz-YoGle.! anirials." CF_';KC6TI)VF,N5FA BIrLIIGIE, Praha, Czechoslovakia, Vol. 7, no. 6, 1`,ov. 19518 Monthly Ust of Ea3t Europe Accessions (EEAI), L-1, Vol. 9, No. 6, SePt 59 LTnclas T M Yugoslavia 0 a t o Raman and Animal Physiology, Thermoregulation Abs. Ref Zhur - Biologiya, oo. 2, 1959, Vo. 7869 ;-.~Sop; 1e Xodii;al FacUlty The Mechanism of Bradyeardia in Hypu*hermia. C; r J. Pub, Godishen zb. bried. fak. Skopje, 1956, 3, 55--66 no abstract ,NNW:k Alikg1vtt' TITOVO M.; ESTATOVAI Ye. Organization and personnel of commoditv-handling departments of petroleum refineries, Neftianik 7 no.2t26 F 162. (MIRI 1512) 1. TSentrallnoye byuro promyshlennykh normativov po trudu. (Petrolew-Zef ining) TITOT, M.; ISTATOVA, Te,T. Irorms for the number of workers in the auxiliary units of petroleum refinery plants. Blul.nauch.inform.., trud I zar.plata 3 no.5:30-33 '60. (MIRA 13:8) (Petroleum-Rof Ining-) ESTATOVA, Te.T.; PROSIB, P.I. Revision of wage rates at the Omsk Petroleum Reflnez7. Neftian1k no.5:2fl-29 My 158. (MIRA 11:9) 1. Starahly inzh. TSentrallnogo byuro normativov truda (for Estato- va) 2. Nacbal'nik otdela truda i zarplaty Omskogo neftepererabaty- vayusbcbego zavoda (for Prosin). (Omsk--Petroleum refineries) (Wages) f - - ~- ~-, 1, , , , , /~ ; I , I - --,/ ij I - - T ; -.1 j I SMUNOVA, 0.; VSTATOVA, Ye.T- - Now oystem of wAges mt a petroleum refinery. Sots.trud. no.4:120-110 Ap 15.3, (Omsk-Petroleum-Refining) (Wnrm) (MM 11:4) -F1-,YI,R- line s- -'.375- b t in c, n~ St., v,A) I c --tv (Mini s t,(Ir, Vol. Z, no. 8, fuf!ust lr~56. Z)CUPJ": LrLt lurcpctn Accessions Lj',-,i,i-.ry of Con-re.~:.~ Vol. no. 2-, Decerber IcT6. GAPOCHKO, K.G.; ALIYEV, A.M.; ZELKIND, D.B.,; STATSENKO, A.A.; ESTER, E.; BUEDA, R.V.; AZHAURIYAN, M.S. Abstracts. 26 no.7sl4l-144 JI 162. (KIRA 15,11) 1. Iz kafedry infektsionnykh bolezney Voyenno-meditainskoy ordena Lenina akademii imeni S.M.Korova (dor Gapochko). 2. Iz fakulltetskogo terapevticheskogo otdeleniya Dagestanskoy reepublikanakoy klinicheskoy bollnit8y (for Aliyev). 3. Iz kozhnogo otdeleniya'poliklini0o. 68, Moskvy (for Zelkind). 4. Iz Dokshukinskoy rayonnoy bollnitsy Kabardino-Balkarskoy ASSR (for Statsenko) 5. 1z Mmakyullskoy- gorodskoy bolinitsy Estonskoy SSR (ior Ester). (MEDICINE--ABSTRACTS) FOITH't K.M.; KANDROR, V.I. Method of 5~ cording the cardiac minute volume in rabbits by means of p . Biul. eksp. biol. i mod. 60 no.11:118-121 11 165. .19:1) 1. Otdel patologicheakoy fiziologii (".av. - prof. Gollber) Vsesoyuznogo nau chno-iB sled ova tol I skogo instituta ekspeHmentallyloy endakrinologii, Moskva. Submitted January 22, 1965. ES'Im, 3. Machines for making, cigarette tubes. P. 272 (PRZErLkD PAPIERNICZY) (Lodz. Polarki) Vol. 13, no. 9. Sept. 1957 SO: Monthly Index of East European Acce-sion (FEAI) LC Vol. 7. 'N'o- 5- 1958 T AF H-- Z',(" 9.~ /, , A-J, USSR / Guncml and Spccializod ZooloGy, 1nac;cts. P Systomai1cs and Faunistics. Abs Jour Rof Zhur - Blol., No 10, 1953, No 440596 Author Estorbcr,-,, L. K. Inst v~~Ll Title IntoroBtIM 3~:ocics jimong th,~ Culooptera Fauna in in Gor'kovskaya and Kirovskaya oblauts Orig Pub Entomol. obazrcniyo, 1957, 36, No. 1, 142-147 Abstract A list is Given of 49 spccios, ropmsenting 14 faziilios of Colooptora*ln the taiGa fauna, which were typical fur those oblasta. Tho role of tho rivors in brJ-a,- ,in3 the taiga and Ural va- riotics Into the southorn rayons and to the wcat Is indleatod. Gorlkovskoye oblasnoye upravleniye leanogo khozyeystva, Gorlkiy Card 1/1 5 ESTARBERG, L.K. Coleapteran forest pests in Gorkiy Province. Xnt. oboz. 38 no.4: 819-828 159 (MIRA 13:3) (Gorkiy Province--Beetles) (Forest insects) BATIASHVILI, I.D.; BEY-BIDMO, G.YB.; BOGDANOV-KATIKOV, N.N.; GIMSIMOV, B.A.; GILTAROV, H.S.; DHITRIYNV, G.V.; ZVMZOK3-ZUBOVSKIT, Te.T.; ZDIIN, L.S.; KOU)BOVA, A.N.; )UMTMRV, S.I.; MISHCHENKO, A.I.; PETROV, A.I.; RYABOV, K.A.; SAVZDARG, I.E.; SELIVAHOVA, S.N.; SKORIKOVA, O.A.; TROPKINA, N.Y.; SHAPOSHNIKOV. G.Kh.; SHCESGOLIV. V.N., prof., doktor sell akokhoz.asuk;._3WJMD1MG , L.K.; TAKHOUTOV, V.V.; RZMSKAYA, O.Te., red.; CHUNAYEVA, %.V., tWOZred. [Classification of insects on the basis of damage to crops] Opre- delitell nasekomykh po povrezhdaniiam kullturnykh rastenii. Izd.4. parer. i dop. Leningrad, Goo.izd-vo sel'khoz.lit-ry, 1960. 607 p. (MM 14:1) (Insects, Injurious and beneficial) S/123/62/000/014/016/020 A004/A101 AUTHORS: HAk, JiH, 6fila, Ivan, Esterka, Bohumfr, Pokorn~, Franti9ek TITLE: Activ~itidn and cleaning of the surface of alloyed steel prior to nitriding- PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Mashinostroyeniye, no. 14, 1962,37, abstract 14B225P (Czer-hoslovakian patent, class 48d, 5. 18c, 3/25, No. 97555, 15.12.6o) TEYT- A method of cleaning and activating the surface of parts prior to nitriding is patented, which improves the nitriding process and the quality of the layer obtained on chrome-nickel austenitic (or any other afloyed) steel. The meth- od consists of applying to the steel surface to be nitrided a thin hydride layer of any metal (titanium, zirconium, tungsten, chromium, etc.) or a mixture of metal hydrides and ammonium chlorate or carbonate In the form of a suspension in metha- nol. In heating the surface during the nitriding process, it is cleaned from ox- ides, activated and the process of atomic nitrogen saturation is facilitated and accelerated. Nitriding is taking place as usual by heating the part in an atmos- phere containing atomic nitrogen. After 10 hours nitriding (including the prepara- Card 1/2 S/ 123/62/000/014/016/020 Activation and cleaning of ... A004/A101 tion. according to the patented method) the surface hardness attains magnitudes of 01 850 - 950. - B. Yakovlev z [Abstracter's note: Complete translation] Card 2/2 v,W r L.,.jt. ur L 3128-66 BiA(d)/MR(v)/t/EWP(t)/EVIP(k)/E.WPk'h)/Me(z)/Me(b)/kwp(:L)/sTc(m) jDl*v.!,w ACCESSION NR: Ap5o26869 CZ/0031/65/013/001/0019/0023~' AUTHORt Prucha. Jiri (Engineer); Esterka. Bohumir (Engineer) 380 TITLE: Proposed classification of Czechoslovak tool stools and a concept 0 x general stanlard 17-11 SOURCE: Strojirenska vyroba, va 13, noe 1, 1965. 19-23 TOPIC TAGSt tool steel, scientific standard ABSTHMT: The article proposes a classification of Czechoslovak tool stools according to the end use, based on their quality m-d the method of their heat treatmnto Origo art@ has' - 5 tables* ASSOCIATIONt Prnue SUMMED: 00 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: MM, GO NR REF SOVt 009 OTMt 012 JPRj r.,j 11q, ESTERKA Frantisek. dr. inz.; VERFEL, Jaroslav, inz., nositel vyznamenani YK.- ik-aj-ici praci" Suspensions from less valuable clays. Geol pruzkUM 5 no.9t 266-270 S 163. 1. Ceskoslovenske haftove doly, n.p., Hodonin, vyzkumny ustav Brno; Geologicky pruzkum, n.p., Brno. ESYERKA, Frantisek, inz. dr. Prevention of water leakage in mines by stabilized betonite. Uhli 6 no. 4: 120-123 Ap 164. 1. Research Institute of the Ceskoslovenske naftove doly, Brno. ulnetics of I" dw taw of "Ki"lly himWeret! m-Im . OAVIchlewle and F. Rttrfka. COU"I" Offileskr. Olm. Commum"13 1021-3(1961 in Vmrmanl. -Triche (C-4. 46. &W-) "ad that w6le ON Grit- nml trAttlag is jj&d&nt&8eOu~ with nwit mbmyl compdo.. it can I*Ukvrtd InibecAnafearboxyleam. Accordingly the 166c lWhY d mious tolon whk Uq)JSl IIAS tKVII deld. &I GN aid 10 cautillWalium dgtm. To ellmimit mutual Int-10- IST Steric bhuhumm of the acid mW the &jc, rm".a, MR "M of ftrim a" arid mcclates of a1c. were i-Ofintled. The rawks in romd we in agreement with th- 01 Nvw~ (C-A - 4S, 464W). who showed that the VUIW bhdmM b Imad Ill the edm that have a 6rgr no. of atf~ in p4mitim 6 v*b reprd to the cutboo yj mw a bat ~h'- bindrance in position 5. Exceptions wm kmod im do cm of thr on"7 "-""ityo' lw-BuOAc mul the small re.=01k. rOAc. The ruk y time mot bam with alkatty romarn. Alfred Holtman T, V~ Tt* 494t d v 4sulf,~* C*imoox c4mid-A and 0 ihoologIcAl popol Fus of tha 'Upeagions. JZ.- 10~r g PA-rl~j cnA T?- FinKi[S.kt. f ir% F-t--4 ,,u oft-lu ara.UAGM, MR -) W;-MI-i -10, a tIl9w) P=mmry)~.A. theory of L-g. d6- riltzN aguits ia ~to--Ita vusxnslm 6 dmiapee, and the 11 til.,M Of thC U4131a COMPt4M fr= VrgZtC Wlfltd HQUOr I au L,e The stAtRiWin-A ct ecilriVAI au?j rt=logicul ikd. It b propeaks rt mineral cL~s- of Su=ttuz Enaer Alpta psa with CblO.-0,j=Mlf0rAc acid it dazcdb-3d and corapured to tItt di~-~-Ang actilon Of tsauims. Ian It (.'1 7) LQ E C, Lj Ot ESTERKA, F. "Effect of ligninsulfonate complex on the colloidal and rheolo-i-7! pro.-)erties of a ben'lton omis-.jension." CHS-1ICKE 7,11 '.TPI, Praha, Czechoslovakia, Vol. 10, No. 10, Deceml,er 1959. Monthly Li:-,t of East Europeart Accessi-~ns (EEA1), -, Vol. 8, No. 9, Septetber 1959. Unclassifiec!. PRZHIKRYL.. I. [Prikryl, J.]; ESTEM F.L Dispersion of bentonite, aaspensions by phenol compounds considering their chemical configuration. Prace ust naft 18:57-58 161. ESTERKA. F. Charging of suspensions for boring wells with extra high pressure. Prace ust naft, 18:58-59 161. ESTERKA, F. Stabilization of boring liquid in presence of mineral salts. Frace ust naft 18:596-61 161. ESTERKA, F. Chemical composition of lignirAs and their effect on the phyBical and chemical properties of bentoaitea. Prace ust naft .18:61~.62 161. YUKHIDOV, Mikhail Yefimovich; MANUYLOV.' Leonid Konstantinovich; OSIPOV, Kim Aleksandrovichl KOVALEV, xA, insh., ved. red.1 -Off=ILI M.A., insh., red.; SMIRNOV, B.M., tekhn. red. [IU41hly efficient methods of slitting &b&fts]Vysokopr*izvadi- telInye metody obrazovaniia shlitsev na valakh. Moskva Filial Vses. in-ta nauchn. i tekhn. infoizatsii, 1958. 17 p. t'Peredo- voi nauchno-tekhnichookii i proisvodstvennyi opyt. Tema 10, No.M-58-90/18) (MIRA 16:2) (Metal cutting) (Shafting) Esq'UiEll; M A,,,, Jn-h.; LOVIKOVA, inzl,.p red. and equipment for the collectlon cam pmcp,~-- .3ing of metal chips] Yeklianizmy i oborudovaide dlia -,vo- ra i pererabotki retallicheskoi struzliki. Moskva, 1963. 82 p. (1,11ekhanizatsiia i avtoi-natizatsila tokhnologicheskikh pratsessov; materialy zavodokogo ollyta, no.4) (11-111LA 17:9) 1. I.Ioscow. Gosudarstvenriyy nauchnci-issledovatellskiy institut nauclinoy i tekhnicheskoy informatsii. KUV.;IIII;SKrY, V-V.; ESTFIK111) M.A.# irizh., red. (Milling] Frezerovanie. Izd-3., Perar- Mojkva, lzd-vo 'It.lashinostroenie," 196.1.. 61 p. (MIRA 17.7) ARTEMIYU1, Vadim Petrovich; s,11'2-EYNF.H, Igor' Nikolnys-.vich; ESTERKIN, M.I.j red. (Gas and mazut burners with steam,,meohanical and lo!.- pressure sprayers for boilers with low and madl= evaporative capacity] Gazomutnyo gore)ki a paromekhanichn- skW i nizkonapornymi forsunkami d1la kotlov rmloi I ored- nei proizvoditelinosti. Leningrad, 1964. 21 p. Oall-RA 17:c~) AUTHOR: Esterkin, M. S. SOV/1 19-58-8-6/16 TITLE: Recommendod R*-Calibration of Electronic Self-Recording Potentiomet*rs and Bridges (Rokomendataii po peregraduiroyke slektronnykh aamopishushohikh potentsiometroy i mostov) PERIODICAL: Priborostroyeniye, 1958, Nr 8, PP. 18 - 19 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The scales of the electronic potentiometer'~IW,-Oq and of the bridge INTIare calibrated in accordance with standardized thermocouples and resistance thermometers in various ranges of temperaturop as e.g.,Khk,XMj, PV; , '2-A, 11-At 12-A, ate. To this calibration there corresponu certain electromotive forces of the thermocouple and of the resistance thermometers. The Central Institute of Research dealing with problems of complex automatization found that re-calibration of the device VT,1-09 for measuring voltage immediately in mV needs only very little work. Exact directives for the changing of resistance in the apparatus art given for two cases. Also for the bridge of the OMPt,typo 2 examples are givent which show that re-calibration of this device is more simple than that of self-recording Card 1/2 electronic potentiometers. SOV/119-5e-e-6/16 Recommended Re-Calibration of Electronic Self-Recording Potentiometers and Bridges There are 2 figures and 2 tables. 1. Potentiometers--Calibration 2. Electric bridges-Calibration 3. Thermocouples--Applications 4. Electrical equipment--Test results Card 2/2 --ESTgMtMikhail Samoylovich; KOMAROVAt M.V.g red.; LARIOROV, G.Ye., ---- - [Ilepair rddic, measurement equipment) Remont radioizmeritellnoi apparatury. Moskvag Goa. energ. izd-vot 1961. M p. (MIU 140) (Radio meaauremente-Equipment and supplies) EST&~KIN, Mikhail Simoylovich; IG"JI'(,V,"L, V,.V., rud. [Faults of radio measuring 1n:1i:-uments) lie 4. rp.-,Lvnos'Li radioizmeritellnykh priborcv. Moskva, Energiia, i964/. 239 P. (1-111iG, 17:10) boilcr convoi-t-d io t--j:--ur VSTMMIN, 4.1., inzh. Three-ch4mbor furnace for small capaoity boilers. Inergetik 8 no.1:12-14 Ja 060. (MIlLk 13.5) (Purnaces) RSTWIN' gggffich SHATSAWO 0.1.9 inzh., red.; ?MIR, red. izd-va,- GVIMg V.Ls, tekhn. red. (Experienoo in adjusting boiler units operating on gas fuel] Op7t naladki kotloagregatov na gazoobrasnom toplive. Leningrad, 1961. 22 p. (Leningradskii dom nauebto-tekhnicheakoi propagandy. Obmen peredovym opytom. Seriia:'Ahergetika no* 2) (Boilerej STOLPH&R, Tefim Borisovich; I.K.. nauchnVy red.; RUSAXOTA, L.Ta., vedumhchiy red.; TASHCBURZHINSWA, A.B.,,-tekhn.rods [AAjustment and operation of gas svpply systems for boiler units] Naladka i ekspluatateiia visten gaxotnabzheniia icotell- n.vkh ustanovolk. Loningrad, Goo. nauchnc-takhn. isd-vo neft. L gorno-toplivaoi lit-ry. 1961. 353 P- (14IRL 14t12) (Boilers-71ring) (Gas an fuel) ESTERKIN . R. 1. Wa" to ooonomize on electric enfirgy in boiloi~! . -pirsiti.n!, -In Gas. prom. 7 no.5j21-25 162. (.KI j tA 17; 11 ISSERLD, Aleksandr Sezenovich; ESTER nauchn. red.; M DESHALYT, M.G., ved. ri-T-YASHCHURZHOSKAYA, A.B., tekhn. red. (Gas burners) Gazovye gorelki. Leningred, Gostoptekhizdat) 1963. 121 p. (MIRA 16:12) (Gas burners) ql.jjppj~g2v PJUITMIJ, I.K., wvjch:-s. recl. ESTERKIII ftakhjr.~S DESITf~t,-- -.- .--- I i~;a.; YAMICHUMMsKAY M. G. , ved. I I . -YA, A.b., tekhn. red. (operation of boiler plants with gas as filell"kspluatatsija kotlongrogatov na,gasofibraznc-, toplivaq Gostop- tekhi%dat, 1963. 156 p. (V L-,A 1?: 1) (Boller6-- ftel systems) ES Ti.; I E fl I ii. I0 11-4 Z I - 0 ( 1y , ; i 1! 1 , r ? A ) ; T. ", " : , ; . "1 ~ .~ :,*~4. (.1 - 1 , ~ , ~ ) 9 1 - I , . I, I . ~ . . , . - L, . . . , - .. . , (',;:,rx~rthig i -i,~; tf:. faf,, 4ti,. -- : '., . j - ., , I- I., . , A j _ ~ r-. :.. llo-12:3--~! D (C'4 .1-1 1 - I STOLII-N&t, Yefim Borisovich; Rakhmiyell lo:3ifovich;_ __ ISSERLIN, A.S., nauc&-.r-ea-.,- M-SA-KOW, L.Ta-.,'ved. red. (Adjustment and operation of the gas supply systems of boilers] Naladka i ekspluntatsiia sistem gazosnabzheniia kotelInykh ustanovok. lzd.2., perer. i dop. Lenin.grad, Izd-vo "Nedru," 1964. 359 p. (KIKA 17:7) ESTERKIN, R.I. Characteristics of the burning out of gas in slotted gas burners. Gaz. prom. 10 no.9:26-30 165. (MIRA 18:11) I * - TSSERLIN, A.S., kand. teMn. nauk; ESTERKIN, R.I., inzh.; TSYPIN, V.M., inzh. Choice of single-nozzle ejectior.-t7pe gas burners with complete mixing. Energomashinostroenie 11 no-5142-43 Vq 165. (14IRA 18:6) ESTEMN, Te.S., kandidat moditsinskikh nauk Observations on the use of magnesium salts in labor. 19 no.9:72-74 S 155. (KLRA 8-12) 1. Is akush"roko-ginakologichookoy kliniki (zav.-prof. I.1. Takoylow) I Leningradskogo meditsinskogo instituts. Imeni akad. I.P.Pavlova (dir. A.I.Ivanov) (MAGNASIUM magnesium salt. off. on labor) (LABOR, off. of magnesium salt on course) EST kandidat maditainakikh nauk Anomklios of uterina imecular contractions in hypertensive states of varies etiology. Akush. I gin. 33 no.1:41-43 J&-F '57 (MLRA 10:4) 1. Iz kafedry akusherstva i ginakologii (zav.-Drof. I.I. Takovlev) I Laningradekoge moditainskogo instituta imeni akad. I.P. Pavlova. (LABOR. compl. anomalies of uterine & muse. contractions In hypertension) (Rua) (HYPARTINSION, in progn. causing anomalies of uterine & muse. contractions in labor) (Run) ESTEMIN, Ye.S., kand. med. nauk Intrautgrine dea*. of the fetus In Fregnant. womer, with hypertanalon. Akush. I gin. no.6130-32 N-D 163. (~ff RA 17: 12) 1. Tz kafedry akugherstva i ginekologii (zav. - zaaluzh. doyatell naukil- prof. I.I.YakovleV) T laningradskogo rtcditsinskogo instituta imeni I.P.Pavlova. GORIT, KV.; XSTIRKINA _~ Xffect of heat treatment and composition on the hardness and red hardness of R-9 cast gugg-speed steel. Sbor.nauch.trud. Fiz.-takh. inet. AN BSSR no-2:133-149 055. (KUU 10:1) (Tool steel--Testing) t1A. put HT Is Ita 41 :1 In 'I oil ; n ,I 2- lp tip a- I ?I t! pit fig '04 :4 "i a 3i 00 0. a P". oat Us 0 Ilk N! Ir ;9.6 12 R. 00 0 03 Ld t8 100 s T S/123/60/000/024/006/014 AO05/A0O1 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Mashinostruyeniye, 1960, No. 24, p. 128, # 132945 AUTHORS: Gorev, K.V., EsterkLn ,Aam" , Yanchenko, M.M., Pavellyeva, T.S. TITLE: The Cementation-Temperature Effect on the Mechanical Properties and Structure of Steels 18XrT (18KhGT), 12YI13A (12KhNZA), and 220X (2OKh) PERIODICAL: Sb. nauchn. tr. Fiz-tekhn. in-t AN BSSR, 1959, No. 5, PP. 13.3-146 TEXT: For determining the optimum conditions of high*-temperature cementation~ the temperature effect was studied (at 920, 96o, 1,OOOOC) of gas cementation on the structure and the mechanical properties of steels 18KhOT, 12KhNZA, and 2OKh. Kero- sene, synthol, and spindle oil were used as carbonizers. The cementation at tem- peratures of about 1,OOOOC does not deteriorate the meQhanical steel properties. There are 7 figures and 3 references, I.N.N. Translator's note: This is the full translation of the original Russian abstract. Card 1/1 X4ZARXMW, V.A.; YUGA, N.A.; FLYARTIOVA, G.T.? ISTFaLIS, X.A. Analysis of pure metals; determination of admixtures of lead and zinc in indium and thallium. Zav.lab. 26 no.2:131-135 '60. (MIRA 13:5) 1. Inatitut obehchey i noorganichasko7 khimii Akademii nauk USSR. (Ioad-Analy-als) (Zinc--Analysis) (Indium) (Thallium) AZIMOV) S.A.; ARUSHANOV,, G.G.; ZAYOTDINOV, Kh.; KARIMCYV, R.; MASAGUTOV, V.S.; ESTERLISJ M.Kh. Scattering of 'I - 5 bey/c lk -mesons in lead. Zhur.eksp.i teor.fize 41 no.106-59 JI 161. (KERA 14:7) 1. Fisiko-tekhnicheakiy institut AN Uzbekskoy SSR. (Mosona-Scattering) (Cloud chamber) AZIMOV, S.A.; ARUSHANOV, G.G.; ZAYNUTDINOV, Kh.; KARIMOV, R.: MASAGUTOV, V.S. ?STERLISA M. I- Scattering'*o'f /,/-mesons in lead in the pulse range (145) Bev/a. Izv. AN Uz.SSR. Ser. fiz.-mat. nauk 3:61-67 14 ,I, (MIRA 14:8) 1. Fiziko,--tekhnicheskiy institut AN UzSSR. 2. Chlen-korrespondent AN UzSSR (for Azimov). (Mesons--Scattering) ZURSI'IY, M. I. j ESTERLIS, N. Ye. Mineral raw materials for the production of building materials in the Go?-dnaya Steppe. Mat. po proizv. sil. Uzb. no.15:383- 388 160. (MIRA 14:8) 1. Khimgeolnerud. (Golodnaya Steppe-Building materials) - ~~I EfMANN , T. Note on a paper of A. Rotkiewicz. 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