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MINSKER, K.S.; ETLIS, V.S. Mechanism of sterospecific polymerization. Usp. khim. i tekh. polim. no.3:14-38 160. (MIU 13-9) (Polymerization) S/064/60/000/005/003,/009 B015/BO58 AUTHORS: Shevlyakov, A. S., Etlia, V. S., Minsker, K. S.) Degtyareva, L. M. I F7ero_a-e`_yeva, G. T. 9 K-u-c-Te-renko, Me M. TITLE: Storooopecific Polymerizationlof Styrene~ PERIODICAL. Khimicheskaya promyshlennostip 1960, No- 5, PP. 10 - 15 TEXT: In the paper under reviewt details on the stereosp --ific poly- merizationkkof styrene are discussed and experimental results are men- tioned in connection wit a previous report (Ref. 11) on the production of isotactic polyqtYrenetby means of a catalytic system consisting of triethyl aluminumiand TiCl 3. The a-form of TiCl,1 showing a high stereo- specificityl was used in the experiments. It was established that the yield of styrene isomers (of the amorphous and isotactic fractions) de- pends on the dilution of the reaction mixture (Table 1) and work was conducted with a concentration of from 7 to 10% triethyl aluminum. Re- ducing the relative amount of triethyl aluminum impairs the stereo- specificity and increases the yield of the amorphous product. An increase Card 1/2 Stereospecific Polymerization of Styrene s/06 60/000/005/003/009 B01 5YB058 of the molar ratio of triethyl aluminum to TiCl above I : I at a con- 3 0 centration of the former of 7% and an experimental temperature of 90 and 1200C leads to increased formation of amorphous fraction, but it does not change the yield of isotactic fraction (Table 2). Temperature kith variations of from 600 to 1500C) exerted a marked influence on the yield of amorphous fraction, but not on that of the isotactic fraction. The following polymerization conditions are recommended: concentration of triethyl aluminum in the solution: 5.0-7.0%, molar ratio between triethyl aluminum and TiCl 3 - i : 1, weight ratio between styrene and TiCl 3 -12-20 : 1, reaction temperature 90-150 0C, durat-'on of reaction 3-5 hours. The synthesis are product (Table 20 references: I Japanese. properties of polystyrene obtained in the stereospecific finally discussed and the advantages of the crystalline 3) are pointed out. There are 3 figures, 3 tables, and 6 Soviet, 5 US, 2 British, 2 German, 4 Italian, and V/ Card 2/2 =vLyAKov, A. S. ; BTLIS, T- S- '. NUMM- Jr- S' ; MGTWWA- 1- M' ; Y= SM *I;- -a-.- Tr. -. - I wt laummo, M. M. StereospecifiC POlYwri'RtiOn Of st7rene. Xhim-prom- no-5:362- 367 ii-Ag 160. (MrU 13;9) (StMng) (pol"orization) RAZUVAYEV, G.A.; LIKHTEROV, V.R.; ETIJSV'I(.S. - - ------ Deoomposition of af-,rtylo.-rcleoho-ot:-,c,.,rjlfony1 peroxide in orgamic solvents. Sbor. nauch. rab. Inst. fiz.-org. k1him. AN BM lio.8:44-50 160; (MM 14:3) (Cialobexanesulfonyl peroxide) FXMLETCHIKOVA, Te.M.; BTLIS, Y.S.; KAWGIN, A.A. qwntitative determination of ethyl callosolve and of water, ethanol, and ethylene glycol present in it. Zav.lab. 26 no.2: 154-156 '60. (MIRA 13!5) (Ithanol) (31thylene glycol) 5 - ' 54 00 AUTHORS: TITLE: PERIODICAL: ABSTHACT~ Card 1/2 S07/1,9-5 Razuvayev, G . A., SF)asz~kaya, I F,., Etl it;, V. Ghlortnation of' Prof)vlene ~;Iycol Zhurnal. obshchey khtirill, 1960, VOL 50, Nv pp 653-657 (USSR) The chlor-inatlon of [)ropylene glycol Initiated by UV Irradiation, acetyl cyclohexylsulfonyl peroxide, or, azo-bis-isobutyronitrile gave a fnixture consisting or 10-11% dichlorol)yriwic acid (,I), ch 10 racetone (ILI-T), anJ 15-'21% of an ester of dl- :~~iloropyruvic a-lid and pro[-.y1ene chloro~iydritl The formation of the above compounds cat) be P_Xplair)ed by the oxidation ani chlorination reactiowi a-c-companiect by esterificatlon, Garbonyl COM.,poUn.-6 ~pyr-j,JVJC uldetiy;1e, . d acety1carbinol, and hydroxyproj)anal ') ave formed flrst~ Hydrogen chloride forrred In ttie chlorination reacts with propylene glycol ~-.Ind gives chiefly 1-ch.lovo- propanol-2 and water-. T~_e 1_;~ ox!dllzed b., Chlorination of Propylene Glycol SUBMITTED: C a r, d 2 /1,12 c~i 1,ouir-le to 1, -1 -.1 j, ta~jeous oxlddtlk,)n oi,,~i r I ra~~G-i or r, Y C u a e ~.y J, e 0 ,r I ve dic!" lor-ot, 1-,jv1 1-1 ac 11 The OxIAit'lon of bot,~ OH, r, 0 u i r. r oz-, i enje i~iycoi yco, -Inj 1!6~1 Can be L, 0 py (vorr, the above that; t ! ~ ~~ (, t ~;1a r-. -1 -~ e r, F) r.,,e startling propylene gly,:ol iz~ ox 1 A -i',j StIOUICI 1.1fiProve the yield of 1, T:ile chlor-1mation of' ~,-Q% and 21~~ aq,,.,eou6 mixt.;ir-ez5 ol, ,, r, glycol gave I 1-n 40% yield as compated wl~h i0)-,,~, I ~ y le of cl.,11orination of' anhy,,luo;-~'i ptopylene, T?~ .,, chlorinatton of 34,1 Akj',AeOUZ; ZIZ.O:~!.,itl!Dn, of pytruvi~~ a 11 de - hyde ander, UV lcraaiarlon gave 7 1,~, Y,-C-I:l Me r- - cury quartz lamp PRK-2 was io&A in t,~,e exper-ime!O-,~-,, Time of chlorination wa,.4 hr. V~.L-e ate referencea, I U.K,, 1 Czec1-;os1ovaz,. Soviet. The U.K. reference 1-~,7 Bc Lt Pm- Februavy 25, 19~9 5-D 26294 cl/190J61/003/008/007/019 B110/B218 AUTHORS: Razuvayev, G. A.p Etlis, V. S., Kirillov, N. 1.9 Samarinal Ye. M. TITLE: New peroxide compounds obtained on the basis of cyclic ketones as initiators for polymerization of vinyl compounds PERIODICAL; Vysokomolekulyarnyye soyedineniya, v. 3, no. 8, 1961, 1176-1180 TEM Since arylated or acylated derivatives of hydroxycyclohexyl hydroperoxides are good initiators for radical polymerizations, the authors aimed at synthesizing alkyloxy formylated derivatives of bis-0- V~ hydroperoxycycloalkyl)-peroxides having the general formula Rio T 00-R 2-00-R2- 00-YoRi, where R, - CH 3# C2H 51 C6Hii' 12 a gem-cyclo- hexyl and gem-cyclopentyl. Synthesis proceeded according to the equationt MeOO-R 2- 00-R2-OOMe + 2 Ri 0-9-Cl---) RI0-9-00-R 2- 00-R 2- 001-0R1 + 2 MeCl; (Me - alkali metal). It was performed under virulent stirring in Card 1/5 26294 8/190/61/003/008/007/019 New peroxide compounds obtained on ... B110/B218 low-boilLng hydrocarbons which served as a medium, and at a temperature of T ~/50C. The alkali salts of the initial dihydroperoxides were obtained in ether solution from the hydroxides of the alkali metals and bis-(l-hydroperoxyoycloalkyl)-peroxide. The following structural formulas of the peroxides synthesized are giveni Card 2/ 5 :~6 294' S11904611003100810071019 New-peroxide compouids obtained on Bllo/ ~18 jiOo(djijOO(CAjOOH 11'COC-0, O-COOKS 40(c6Hs)oO( 0*.)Ob 0MCOCIIIII C.H6,00-0 R'Coo-O O-COCH, H,(%oC-o O-COCVHO 40-(C.H")OO(O�Hwl-- _0 O-COCA, C.H.00 SO(C.H.)OOJC.H..)04 .card 3/5.1 26 S/190/61/003/008)A7/019 New peroxide compounds obtained on ... B110/11218 The authors also made an att.empt to obtain bis-l(..alkylperoarbonate-cyclo- alkyl)-peroxides direbtly from the hydroperoxides and eaters of'ohloro- carbonic acid, in the presence of pyridine, which failed since the final produot oould not-be isolated in pure form. The oompounde synthenized whitet orystallint substances# readily soluble in diethyl ethert acetonep benzene, poorly soluble in alcohols and hydrocarbons, and unsoluble in H20' The substance decomposes at melting temperature and explodes above 150 0C, especially on frict 'ion or impact. Measurements of the polymerizat4l rate of vinyl chloride (10% at 450C, 0.05 mole% of initiator) and of meibyl, methacrylate led to the following resultst (1) the initial bis-(I-hydro~ peroxyoycloalkyl)-Teroxides exhibit the sara~e initiating effect as benzoyl_ peroxide; ~2~ bis- 1-alkylpercarbonate-oyolohexyl)-peroxides have the two fold, and 3 the corresponding cyclopentyl compounds have.the three-fold initiating effect as compared to benzoyl peroxide. In addition, the authors.found that wtth both cyclohexyl and cyclopentyl compounds the above effect depended on R in the following orders C H CH There 1 1. .. . . 6 11 ~(- C2'5 < 3' are I figure, 2 tables, and 8 referencest 2 Soviet and 6 non-Soviet. Card 4/5 26294 S/190/61/003/008/007/019 New peroxide compounds obtained on ... B110/B218 The three most important references to Suglish-language publications read as followee Ref. Is W. Oooperg J. Chas. 800-1 1951, 13401 Ref. 51 M. S. Kharasch, G. Sosnovsky, J. Org. Chem., U, 1322, 19581 Aid. 81 N. Milas, J. Amer. Cheme 300.9 61t 24301 1939- SUBMITTEDs October 7, 1960 V~ Card 5/5 8841-9 S/079/61/031/001/024/()25 ~9- 00 AZO5 BOO1/BO66 AUTHORS: Razuvayev, G. A., Likhterov, V. R., and Etlis, V. S. TITLE: Study of the Thermal Decomposition of Acetyl-cyclohexane- sulfonyl Peroxide in Different Solvents PERIODICALt Zhurnal obshchey khimii, 1961, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 274 - 280 TEXT: The authors studied some reactions of acetyl-cyclohexane-sulfonyl peroxide which gives two different radicals in the homolytic decomposition, t i. e. cyclo-C 6H11 so20* and CH3COO'. Their properties could be compared and some new data on the reaction mechanism of acyl peroxides could be obtained in this way. Organic solvents with differew. capability of giving off their hydrogen atoms to free peroxide radicals, nd saturated halogen- containing solvents were selected for this thermalperoxide decomposition. Kinetic studies wer performed in isopropyl alcohol, cyclohexane, benzene, and carbon tetrachloride. The decomposition reaction was found to obey the kinetic law of first order (Diagrams 1 - 4) (Ref. 5). The activation energies in the corresponding solvents were calculated from the slope of Card 1/3 831,89 Study of the Thermal Decomposition of Acetyl- 7UI9/61/031/j'01/024/025 cyclohexane-sulfonyl Peroxide in Different B%.'001/B066 Solvents the straight line (Diagram 5). They were (kcal/mole) in i-C 3H7OH: 25.5; in 23-4 in 1 25.6; in CC1 : 26.8. The results indicate cyclo-C6H12: C6H6 3 that the decomposition rate of acetyl-cyolohexane-sulfonyl peroxide de- creases in the following order, dependii,g on the solvents usedi isopropyl alcohol> cyclohexane> benzene> CCl 4* It must be noted that the values of the activation energies of these solvents differ little from one another. On reaction of the peroxide with the above solvents the following com- pounds were obtained: cyclohexane- and cyclohexene sulfonic acids, acetic acid, methane, methyl chloride, CO 2' methyl- and cyclohexyl esters of cyclohexane sulfonic acid, hexachloro ethane, acetone, cyclohexene. The kinetic studies of the thermal decomposition of ace tyl -cyclohexane-sulfonyl peroxide, as well as the data of analysis and identification of tile separated products suggest two reaction routes, a) a free-radical mechanism and b) a molecular reaction. A(i a) equations (1) - (5), ad b) equation (6); Card 2/3 RAZUVAYEV, G.A.; ETLIS, V.S. GROBOV, L.N. O~ _ ---- Interactionletween sulfurous anhydride and certain alkylene oxides. Zhur. ob. khim. 31 no.4:1328-1,332 Ap 161. (MIRA 14:4)- (Sulfur dioxide) (Olefins) RAZUVAYEV, G.A.; ETLISY V.S.; GROBOV, L.N. ... ... -- -1- Degradation of some low molecualr weight polysulfites. Zhur. ob. khim. 31 no.4tl332-1334 Ap 161. (MIRA 14:4) (Sulfites) '41-, I RAZUVAYEV, G.A.; ETL LS~S ; GROBOV, L.N. Preparation of cyclic alkenethiocarbonates. Zhur.VKHO 6 no.5:588-589 161. (MM 14:10) (Carbonic acid) SFASSKAYA, I.F.;-~T-Lislv-s- Interactico betwoen diphloropyrotait4wie acid and primary aromatic amines. Zhur,ob.khim. 31 no.7:2406-2410 J1 161. (MIRA 14:7) (Pyrotartaric acid) (Amines) S/190/62/004/0071AC5/02-0 S- B110/B144 AU T 71 1101-H S: Llkht-3rov, V. R., Etlis, V. S-., Razuva.-;uv, G.A., Gorelik, A. V. TITLE: Unsymmetrical orCanosulfonic acyl pt:roxider, as initiators of vinyl polymerization ~'ZRIODICAL: Vysokomolekulyarnyye soyedineniya, v. 4, no.,, 1c.162, 357-360 T-*;'XT: Unsymmetrical organosulfonic acyl peroxides were syrithesized ':-,,y interaction of the Ba salt of perbenzoic acid (from 'Nau-000C 6H5 and BaCl 2) with 75 molar excess of the corresponding sulfochloride in the rresence of an equinolecular water amount in the rant;e 0 to 50C: H20 11X 2RSO C1 + Ba(COCOC OC H + BaCl The fol-lcwi-i- 2 6 ---2--C 6 5 2* compounds -,-iere obt-ained: benzoyl methane sulfonyl (C-H-SO OOCOCIF-1) .) 2 0 , benzoyl ethane su 1fonyl (C 2H5 so2 00COC6H (II), benzoyl propane-l-sulfonyl (C31i 7so 2COOCOC6H 5) (III), benzoyl propane-2-sulfonyl (iso-C 3'~l SO 2cccoc6 (17) Card 1/2 1 Unsymmetrical organosulflonic acyl ... B 110 1 t meltinCz ~_-.oints ~5.;, 4 wJ th yields of 43 ;,~, 60 32.7 ~~, 35 '6 active ox:;0*1en content 7.26, 06.8o, 6.42, 6.35 ;Q. Since benzoyl benzyl sulfonyl could not be separated in a pure state, the yield (28.', ;o) was titrated iodometrically. Crystalline peroxides are well soluble in orGanic solvents except alcohols and hydrocarbons. Frte f,-o:-.. -cid chloride, they can be kept for months at temperatures from -5 to GOC. They fuse in 'he process of decomposition. They disenFa,_-e iodine from acidulated KI solution and are decomposed by sulfochlorides. In order to determine the initiatinL~ action of Il and !V(concuntrat-lon: 0.004mole/iiter) the methyl methacrylate polymerization was investiC.,atod by dilatametry at different temperatures, and a considerably Creater activity wl~s ,astlablished. than that of benzoyl peroxide. Constants of rolymerizatl'on 35-65, 17 ~O, 50 mole o- rate at 20, 35, 4500 for !I; *,- 0.5 .11*-1 .5 for IV: 4-87, 19-00, 46.20 nolcO-51iter . sec . Ac ti vL, t4,* on en t2 f or 11: 19.7; for IV: 17.3 kcal/mole. There are 1 _11C-ure, 2 tables, ,:.-.d t.' references: 2 Soviet-bloc and 6 non-Soviet-bloc. The two ref,:!rvnces to Lni7lioh-languaee publications read as follows: L. Crovatt, R.7.:,'cX-~Q, J. Ore-an. Chem., 20T12031, 1959; 1. B. Johnson, 1. B.Douj~lass, J. AmQr. Chv,-,.. Soc., 61, 2548, 1939. SUBLUTTZD; February 17, 19061 Card 2/2 RAZUVAYEV, G.A.; ETLISp V.S,; GROBOV, L.N. %---- Interaction of now alkene oxides with carbon oxysulfide. Zhur.ob.khim. 32 no.3:994-996 Mr 162. (MIRA 15:3) Whers) (Carbonyl sulfide) ETLIS, V.S.; DEGTYAREVA, L.M.; RAZUVAYEV, G.A. Reaction of selenious anhydride vith oxides of certain alkenea. Zhur.ob.khim. 32 no,5tl5O8-1511 Yq 162. (KIRA 15:5) (Selenium oxide) (Oxides) '. 11- IbIZUVAYEVO G.A.; LIMTEROV,, V.R.1--EMS, VOS. Reactions of benzoylalkwoulfonyl peroxidei; with organic solvents. Zhur.ob.khim. 32 no.6:240,11,A039 A 162,, (MRA 15:6) (Sulfoniclicide) (Peroxides) ETLIS, V.S.. GROBOV, L.N.; RAZMYEV, G.A. Interaction of some alkene oxides with carbonyl sulfide. Part 24 Zhur.ob.khim. 32 no.9,.2940-2942 S 162. (MM 15:9) (Ethers)' (Carbonyl sulfide) ErLIS,_j,,q,; RAZUVAnYp G*A* Interaction of chloro derivatives of alkenethiooarbohates with.ammnia wA tunifies. Dokl. AN SSSR 142 no.4t838-840 F 162. (MIRA 15s2) 1. Nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut khiiiii pri Gorlkovskom universitets im. 9.1.Ipbachevskogo. 2. Chlen-korrespodent AN SSSR (for Razuvayev). ' Thioearbonates) (Amines) ETLIS~_V.S.I.RAZUVAYEV, G.A. Interaction of 3-aminopropene-1,2-thiocarbonate with a=onia and amines. Dokl. AN SSSR U3 no.3:633-635 Mr 162. (MIRA 150) 1. Nauchno-isoledovatelldkiy institut khimii pri.Gorlkovskom gosudarstvennom universitete imd~ N.I.Lobschevskogo. 2. Chlen- korrespondent AN SSSR (for Razuvaym). (Thiocarbonates)(AmmoniaL)(Amine*s) RAZUVAYEV, G.A.; YEGOROCHKIN, A.N.; ETLISI V.S.; SINEOKOV, A.P. ............ -.17 Study of the reaction of methyl isothiocyanate with ethylene oxide by the proton magnetic resonance method. Izv.AN SSSR.Ser.khim. no.8s1518-1521 Ag 163. (MIRA 16:9) 1. Nauchno-issledavatellskiy institut khimli pri GorIkovskom gosudarstvennom universitete im. Lobachevskogo. (Isothiocyanates) (Ethylene oxide) (Spectrum analysis) S/079/63/033/001/009/023 D205/D307 AUTHORS: Razuvayev, G. A., Kirillov, A. I. and Btliso Ve S. ,TITLE: Thermal decomposition of bis(l-methylpercabonpLtocyclo-: hexyl) peroxide (I) ~PERIODICAL: Zhurnal obahchey khimii, V. 33, no. 1, 1963, 131-138 iTEXT; The kinetics of the thermal decomposition of I were studied !in the range 50 - 850C, in iso-propanol, cyclohexane, benzene and Ccl finding that the reactions were of let order; the rate was 1 41 ~'fastest in the propanol and was approximately equal in the other solvents tested. The overall activation energies were 30.2 (iso- ,PrOH), 24.5 (Cyclo-06 H12'06H6 ) and 23.4 kcal/mole (CC1 4 ). Tli-edecom- ~position products were CO CH OH, 6-caprolactone, a-caproic acidg 20 3 ,'6-hydroxycaproic acid, and a cyclic cyclohexyl diperoxide. Some in- Iteraction with the solvent was observed, obtaining acetone in iso- iPrOH, cyclohexene in C H 1 6 12 0 and hexachloroethane in M and CHC r4- 4 LGard -, 1 --- --- S/079/63/033/001/009/023 ;Thermal decomposition of ... D205/D307 00 0 0 iIn the mechanism proposed, I forms e'.(II), by lose 0 :of 2CH 0 radicals(which decompose to CH 0- and CO ), which 3 3 2 .then (a) recombines to give CH ~~V) and (b) gives rise to 0 ,a new radical (III). The radical III decomposes in 0=~(CHTCH 0 2 4 2 ,turn to (IV) and a lactone O=C(CH H nd IV dimerizes 2)4 2 (VI), a to V or goes over to VI. The effects of solvents are discussed. .There are 5 figures and 4 tables. -4UBMITTBD;- February 20, 1962 LCard 2/2 RAZUVAYE;V., G.A.; ETLIS., V.S!j GROBOVP L.N. Reaction of some oxides and thiooxides of mikenes with 4rdrogen swifide. Zhur-ob.khim. 33 no-4:1366-1369 Ap 163. (IOU 16:5) (Olefins) (Oxides) (Hydrogen sulfide) KTLTA- V.S, . Reaction of etbylene monothiocarbonate with alkene oxides. Zhur.ob.khim. 33 no.10.'3378-3381 0 163. (KIRA 16.-U) RAZUVAYEV, G.A.; KIRILLOV, A.I.;-"IS,- V.S. Thermal decomposition of bin[ I-alkyl ] peroxides In bonzene, Zhur.ob.kh1m, 33 llo,1~098~1-3993 i) '63. Thermal decompooltion of bin [alkyl (nryl) peroxides in isopropyl alcohol. Ibl-J.:3993-31,198 (,':1'-"U 17:3) ACCESSION NR: AP4025005 S/OD62/64/ODO/003/0426/0430 AUT46R: Razuvayov, G. A.; Dodonov, V. A.; Etlis, V. S. TITLE: Poybenzoylalkyl(aryl)carbonates. Communication 1. Polymerization initiators for vinyl compounds. SOURCE: AN SSSR. Izv. Seriya khimicheskaya, no. 3, 1964, 426-430 TOPIC TAGS: perbenzoylalkylcarbonate, perbenzoylarylearbonate, synthesis, polymerization initiator, vinyl chloride, methylmethacrylate, polymerization, mixed acyl peroxide, benzoate radical, alkyloxy radical, phenoxy radical, perbenzoylnethylcarbonate, perbenzoylcyclohexylcarbonate, activation energy, polymerization rate ABSTRACT* Mi,-ed acyl peroxides were synthesized; these will decompose thermally to form simultaneously, benzoate and alkyloxy radicals and thus act as effective polymerization initiators for vinyl compounds. Perbenzoylalkyl(aryl)carbonatea of the general formula R -0 - C-0 -0 -C- Coll& Card 1/3 ACCESSION NR: AP4025005 where R 2 CH3, C6H5 or C6H were synthesized by reacting the appropriate alkyl or aryl chloroformate with perlheazoic acid salts in ether solution at 10 C with vigorous agitation: R'-O -G-cl + MQtO0C-.--C~]1j-* R'-O-C-OO._C_C'j18+hf0LC1 11 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 The R = CH3 compound is a liquid; the other two are white crystalline materials. All are insoluble in water, soluble in organics and can be stored at low tempera- tures for a long time. Perbenzoylphenylcarbonate is not a polymerization initiator since it forms phenoxy radicals which inhibit radical processes. Perbenzoylmethyl- and perbenzolycyclohexyl- carbonates are effective initiators. At 35 C their activity is 10 times greater than that of benzoyl peroxide in vinyl chloride polymerization; at 45 C it is 6-7 times greater for methylmethacrylate polymerization. They are also effective at temperatures of 25-30 C. The apparent activation energy of perbencoylcyclohexylearbonate an the polymerization of methylmethacrylate is 13.9 kcal/mol and for vinyl chloride, 9 is approximately 12.8 kcallmol. The rate of vinyl chloride polymerLuatLon is proportional to the square root of the LuLtiator concentration* Orige art. bast I tables 4 figures and 2 equations, Card 2/3 ACCESSION NR: AP4025005 ASSOCIATION: Nauchno-issledavatellskly lnstLtut khisiL pri Corlkavskom gosudarstvennom univeroftete In@ No L Lobachevskogo (Scientific Research Institute for Chemistry at the Gorkovsk State University) SUMITTED: D&TI AQQs 17Apr" IMMI 00 SUB CODE: GO, No' Ro 116vg oat Waal 003 Cord 3/3 ETLIS, V. S.; SINEOKOV, A. P.; RAZUVAYEV, G. A. interaction of ethylene oxide with methyl isothiocyanate. Izv AN SSSR Ser Khim no. 4:737-738 Ap 164- (MIRA 17:5) RAZUVAYEV, G.A.; DODONOV, V.A.; ETLIS, V.S. .'Peroxybenzoylalkyl 'aryl) carbonates. Report No.l: Initiators of polymerization of vinyl compounds. I%v. AWNS. Ser.khim. no-3: 426-430 Mr '64. (MIRA 17:4) 1. Nauchno-issledovatellskly institut khindi-pri Gorlkovskom gosudarstvennom universitete im. Lobachavskogo. ETLIS, V.IS.; TROFIMOV, N.N.; RAZUVAYLV, G.A. Chlorination of olefin oxides. Zhur. ob. khim. 34 2787 Ag 164. (I-MiA 17: 9) ETLIS I V.S. Oxidation of some alkenethiocarbonates by hydrogen peroxide. Zhur. ob. khim. 34 no.9:2992-2996 S 164. Preparation and properties of some alkenedithiocarbonates. Ibid.:2996-2999 (,IfTP-,A 17: 11 ~) "'TLIS') TS-.; 511"I"ONOV, A.P.; RAZUII,',Y,,;V, G.A. i~k,uctlo, of alRene oxides bAlilm. 34 no.12,.Z,0lP-40l-`2 D tk"-" Reac,',ion- of alkene axiden Ath i.!jothincynnit too. 'a!-I. thesis culd properties o4' .'l-phe.-;llmlno ETLIS, V.S.; SINEUKOV, A.P.; RAZUVAYEV, G.A. .... Reaction of alkene oxides with meth7livothiocyanate. Izv. AN SSSH Ser. khim. no.31:2051-2055 11 164 (MIRA 18:1) 1. Gorlkovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet. ETLISY V.S. Certain aminothiocarbonate reactions. Zhur. org. khim. 1 no.4:730-735 Ap 165. (PaRA 18:11) ETLIS, V.S.) -MOHMOV, N.N.; I'li~JIVAYEW, G.A.. Chlorination of some alkene sull"idea. Zhu--. ob. kh!z. 35 no.3:475-479 Mr 165. (MUiA 1814) L 13621-65 EWT(m)/EWP(J)/T/EWA(c) RPL WW/RM ACC NRs AP6000976 A) ROE CODES UR/O W 6 /6 22 2 57/0058 AUTHORS: Etlis. V. S.; Sineokov, A. P.j Razuvayev, 0. A. ORG: none TITM A method for obtaining vulfur-co"taining polyurethanos. Class 39.. No. 176397 g_ kientific Ruacarch lnntWi~e o' -itanochlorAne FrOict Zantiounced by Stat laiLUKA -01 -g and Acryla~es (Gosudarawonnyy soyijzriyy nauchno-issledovatallakly institut khlororganichaskikh produlctov i akrilatovJ7 SOURCES . Byulleten' izobreteniy i tovarny1di zitakovp no. 22, 1965, 57-56 TOPIC TAGS: sulfur, sulfur compound, urethane, catalyst,, anine, ethylene compouixi ABSTRACTS This Author Certificate presents a mothod for obtaining sulfur-containing polyurethanes by the interaction of isocyanatos and thioisocyanates with a sulfur- containing the presence of a catalyst (tertiary amines). To increase the thermal resistance of the p2lyuretlianesp ethylene sulfide la used as the sulfur- containing compound, 144,0 1 SUB CODES 07/ SUBM DATE: oiApr62 UDOt 678.664t947-313,21569,2 RAZINATEN, G.A.; ETLUS V.S-.1-MOR(YZCVA, Ye.P. ,w .- Isomerization of some substituted olefin oxidef induced by hydroxyl radlcals. Zhuro org, khim. 1 nc.9.-1567-1570 S 1659 (MIRA 18:12) I. Submitted July 15, 1964. RAZUVAYLV, G.A.; V.3.; Tl?"Y114-;V, 11.14. Chlorination of some olerLn oxide3 by tert-butyl bypocniorita. (,,-iiA 19:1) 'ftu-. org. khim. I no, 12:2126--!131 11 65 1, Sulnitted Decembor 12, 1.964. t,)1gWqj) RM A~4 7- A a9 (A) SOURCE CODE: UR/01413/66/ooo/003/0022/0022 AUTHORi Likhterov, V. R Rtlis, V. S. ; Tkachenko, Yu. X. ORG: none TITLE: Method of.,preparing vinyl chlorida Class 12, No.178368 SOURCE: Izobreteniyaq promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, no. 32 1966, 22 TOPIC TAGS: vinyl chloride, chlorination , ethylene ABSTRACT: An Author Certificate ban been issued for a method of pre- paring vinyl chloride by high-temperature ghlgrLh%&jqnjof eAhrluaq To simplify the procedure, the chlorination is carried out with water' vapor* The molar ratio for ethylene, chlorine.,and water vapor is respectively, (LD) SUB CODE: 11, OT/ SUBM DATE% 0614sy63/ Card 1/1 -Z(_ UDCi 547013,21 KOMICHUX, Y.P., ; ZUTKOVA, V.I., lnzh.; ETKANOT* Soya., rod.; KALIXOVA, F.Y., [Mechanizing the repair of automobile tires] Opyt makhanisatsli proteassoy ramonta avtomobilluykh shin. Noskva, Aytotrannisdat, 1946. 14 p. (KIM 12:6) 1. Noscow. Nauchns-isslodavatellskiy institut aTtomobillnogo transport&. (Autonobilas-Tires) BARASHKOV, Ivan Vasillyevich, kand.tokhn.nauk; KAZATCOV, Hikolay Androyevich, inzh.; ITMANOV, S.Ta., red.; WNSKAYA, G.D., (IzproTj4iR the organization of. maintenance and repair of aiutomo-piles ii 'automotive transportation units] Pati nluchsho- nita organizataii takhnichookogo obsluzhiveniia i remonta avto- mobilai v avtokhosiaistvakh. Moskva, Avtotranaizdat, 1959. 45 p. (MMA 12:9) (Automobiles-Kaintenance and repair) XATS. Anstoliy Moiseyevich;,ZTMANOV, S.Ya., red.; DONSKAYA, G.D., telchn.rol. (Knnual for painters in automotive transportation units] Pooobie maliaru avtokhoziaistvs. Moskva, Ilauchno-tekhnAzd-vo X-va avto- mobillnogo transp. i shosseinvkh dorog RSFSR, i959. 69 p. (MM~ 12:12) (Automobiles--Pointins) KMVIOV, S.Ya., red.; MALIKOVA, N.V.., tekhn. red. ------------------- (Operating and technical characteristics and the use of motor- vehicle fuels, lubricants and special-purpose liquidB]Eksplu- atatsionno-tekhriicheakie svoistva i priwanenic avtor-obil'rWkh topliv,, smazochrWkI materialov i spetszhidkostei; sbornik sta- tei. Moskvas Avtotransizzdatj 1959. 84 P. (MIRA 15:11) 1. Moscow. flauclino-issledovatellskiy institut avtorobillnogo transporta. (Motor vehicles-Lubricants) (F'otor fuels) VOL, TSalel' Moiseyevich; ETMANOV, S.Ya., red.; PIKOLAYEVA, L.14., tekhn. red. (Using plastics and adhesives in the rqpfdr of motor vehicles) Primenenie plastmass i kleev pri remonte avtomobilei. Moskva.. Naucbno-tekhn. izd-vo M-va avtomobillnogo transp. i shossei~Rkh dorog RSFSR, 1961. 119 p. (MIRA 14: 0) (Motor vehicles-Maintenance and repair) (Adhesives) (Plastics) PONIZOVKIN. VINOGRADOV9 V-V-; MORKINA., T.S. Prinimalt uchastiyot BRUSTARM1T, T.V.; KOVALICMM, V-P.; RTTCHII]MO, V.I.; XUBITS, B.A.; ILIAOTSHTON, G.I,~ FILIN, LG., Ted.lzd-vaj KALIXOTA. W.V., [Brief mannal, on motor vehicles] Kratkii artomobilinyl spravochulk, Isd,3,, peror, i dop, Kooku, Artotrausisdatg 1961. 461 p. (HM 14tl2) 1. Moscov. lauchno-loolodovatellukiy institut avtomobillnogo transporta. 2, Nauchno-inaledoyatellekty Institut aytomobill- nogo transporta, (for Panixovkin. Ituanov, Vinogrador. Shurkina). (Motor vehicles) PONIZOVKINI A.N.; SIWRKINA, V.S.; KU21ETSOV, V.A.; TUZOVSKIY, I.D.; JMIAjOV-p-S.ja#; VINOGRADOVO V.V,;* VLASKOI Yu.ll,.)- GRINBMG) P.L)red.; BODANOVA, A.P.f tekhn. red. [Brief handbook on motor vehicles) Kratkii avtomomiblInyi spravochnik, Izd.4., perer. i dop. Moskva Avtotransiz- dat, 1963. 311 P. IIAIRA 17:1) 1. Moscow. Ilauchno-isaledovittellskiy inatitut avtorobill- nogo transporta. 2. Laboratoriya gruzovykh avtorobiley i avtopoyezdov Nauchno-issledovatellskogo instituta avtoro- billnogo transporta (for all except Grinber, Bodanova). (Motor vehicles) L 18810=0 E~T(1)IFS(v)-21BDslgs(a)As(-'JYIF.S(c)I)ES(k) AMD/AFFTC/ ACCESSION M AP3005963 - P/0044/63/000/008/0059/0063 AUTHORi Bielickl, Z. (Colo# M,D,), Haduoh S. (Col. K. D. (Lt. Col., Eng TITLEt Overload centritu for tests on flight personnel SOURCEs Wojskowy przegW lotniczy, no. 8, 1963, 59-63 TOPIC TAGSt centrifuge two-motor drive, JAonard circuit, flight personnel check ABSTRACT3 The overload centrifuge tests the effects of overkeight between 1 and*30 times gravity, at normal and reduced atmospheric pressures. It also der to test the strength of materials and apparatus subject to these stresses. The centrifuge is driven by two d.-c. motors, 440 v, 220 kv eaoh.i6OO rpm. The active radius of cabin rotation is 9 a. overload regulation mAy be either by hand or automatic# Recorders and amplifiers transmitting body reactions are connected by cables to an outside board, The range of contriftge operation is represented on Figure 1 of Enclosure I according to the following orderi start I, stabilized operation I, start II, stabilized operation 31, braking 1. stabi- lized operation III, braking II. Time of stable operation may be set between. Card A 1,1 - - - --------- -- -- ,L 18 0-0 'ACCF MION M AP3005965 0 and 30 min. The shortest tixe for obtaining an acooleration of 22 g is 4.5 sec.1 time for obtaining max acceleration is 3D sea. 'The increase in acca- leration is in 0-3 g steps. The direction of acceleration action may be changed by changing the position of pilot's 3eat. In case of an accident the machine may be brought to rest in -5-6 see. from a 22 g figure and in 9.5 see. from a 30 g figure. Pressure in the cabin is continuous up to 20 am Hg, at 75 m/sec velocity. Decompression up to 250 Hg may be attained in I sea, The cross section of the centrifuge in its building is shown on Figure 2. The building has two floors, with rooms for machinery and servicing. The two d.c. motors driving the am are connected in Leonard circuit. The turning moments are trans- mitted through two sets of transmission gears. Braking,may be accomplished either with motors or through pneumatic brakes. The Meason gear has a 1:2.6 ratio. The gear ratio at shaft is 1:5-25. The aim iij connected to the main shaft by means of a head with a special collar. On the head are located also the transformer and a TV set. At the end of the am-there is a bearing for cabin suspension. The vacuum installation is inside the am. It is possible to regulate the position angle of the pilot cabin. Cross section of the cabin is shown on Figure 4 of Enclosure 4. Position of the body in the cabin WAy be changed, and also may be changed the direction in which the artificial L Mio-63 ACCESSION NR: AP3003963 gravity force will act, using GPOcial weights for this purpose. The "bin is hermetically sealed permitting to rAintain pressure below atmospheric. The centrifuge permits to conduct a full sot of toots including those simulating high altitude. Orig. art. has 4 figures AS."110CIATION: none SU13MITTEDi 00 SUB CODEt CO, AS DATE ACQ: 26Aug63 ENCW 04 NO FIF SOVS 000 OTM 1 00 ~Pj~Efff ,,A,,, inzh. The firot thermal electric power plant in Armonia. Aron. Arm. 6 no.6:16-19 Js 163. (KMA 16:8) 1, Yarevanekaya toploolaktrotaentrallo (Erivan-glectric power planta) xTKcKDZHIYAN, AeAe --m. mmomm- Ways of lowering building costs in organizations of the Main Administra- tioa of the Moscow Construction Industry. Gor.khoz.Kosk-30 no.1:6-11 Ja 156. (KIRA 9:6) 1.Zamentitell machallmike, Glavmosetroya. (Koscow-Construction Industry-Costs) ITHEDUMN. A.A.; IONA$, B.Ts., kand eakon.nauk, red.; MASLOV, N.A.. red. -va B.S., [Lowering costs of houning construction in Moscow; practices of the Main Administration of Housing and Public Construction in the City of Moscow] Snizhenie stoimosti zhilishchnogo strottellstva v Xoakve; in opyta raboty Glavmonstrota. Honkvs, Goo. tzd-vo lit-ry po strott. i arkhit., 1957, 63 P, (MIRA 11:5) (Hoscow-Houning-r-oBts) ITHUDZHI AX .1. L k:A-. .Problems In the economy of housing construction. Gor. A&z. Nook. 31 U4.30-7 Mr '57. (KLBA 10:4) 11 Zamestitel I wchallniim Glavaosetroya. ; (Yaocow--Construction industry--Costs) STMNKDZHIYAII, A. Decrease the expenditure of labor, materials and money in housing construction. NA stroi. Moak. 1 no.2:1-4 7 '58. (MIRA 11:9) 1,Pervy7 sanestitell nachalluilm Glavmosetroys (Moscow--Construction industry-Coistsi - RMUZHIYAN, A.A,_ Moscow construction industry in 1959-1965. Stroi. mat. 5 no.1:6-12 Ja 15 8. (MIRA 12:1) l.Nachallnik GlavmosprometroymaterialoT. (Moscow--Construction industry) RT MWZHI. For a now expansion of housing construction In Moscow. Gor. khoz, Moak. 32 no.1:6-9 A 158. (MIRA lltl) 1. Umetitell nachallnika Glavmogstroya. (Moscow-Building) MTKMZHIYANO Ashot_Amtyunovich; GALKIN, I.G., kand.takhn.nauk, nauchnyy red.; MORSKOY, X.L.o red.izd-va; RLIKINA. Z.H., (Consolidation and specialization of building organizations and building materials plants in Moscow; practices and economic effectiveness) Ukrupuenia I spetsializataiia stroitallufth orga- nizataii I predpriiatii pronyahlannouti stroitellnykh materialov v Moskva; opyt I skonomicheaknia effaktivnost'. Moskva. Gos.izd-vo lit-ry po stroit., arkhit. I stroit.materialam. 1959. 141 P. (MIRA 13:6) (Moscow--Construction industry) (Moscow--Br.ilding materials Industry) 25(5);30( PHASE I BOOK EMOWATION sav/2935 Moscow. Inzhenerno-ekonomdr.,heskiv insti-ttt lergo Ordzhonikidze Voprosy povyaheniya ekonomicheakoy effektivnosti 1mrital-Inykh vlorheniy za dchet uluchsheniya ekonomild i organizataii stroitelfrogo proimdstva., a talmhe stroitellnogo proyektiravaniya (Probleas of Increasing Economic Bene- fits of Capital lmdstmnts by Lqn-oving the Econavj and Organization of Con- struction Work end Plann-Ing) Moscov.. GosstroylzdatL, 1959. 673 p. (series: 7-0 Its; Trudy, vype 14) Errata slip inserted, 2.9000 copier. prUxted, Additional Sponsoring Agencies: USSR. Gomularstvermyy komitet po delam stroitel'stva. Otdal ekonoraiki stroitellstva.. Akad=iya stroitel'stva i m4hitektury SM, Nauchno-issledovatel'skiy institut elmnomiki stroiteltstva., and Nauchno-tekhnicheskoye obahchestvo stroitellnoy pr-rWhlennosti SSW. Sektsiya ekonomiki i organizatsit, Eds.: D. I. Bukahteynp Go A. Darzhik, A. S. Ginzjn=gp S. A. Yefremov, I. A. Kan- torovich,v A, G* Rotshteynp V. V. Uspenskiy.. N.*A. Maslovp Ve N, Shafranskiyjq and A. N. Shkinev; Tech. Ed.: P, G. Gilenson; Editorial Board of the Insti- tUte: 0. V. KOZla7U (Resp, Ed.) Docent; Ye. 1. Varenik, Professort V. 1. Veyta., Profesoorq S. P, Voatrokaatavv Professor., V. G. Dwidoviehj, Professorp C ard 1/1, Problemsl~f Increasing Economic Benefits (Cont.) BOV12935 H, 1, Dunsyevskiyt Professor., 0, P, Zhebrovskiy., Professorp 8, Ya, Karmazinj, -kAlvor7p Professor# L, L Professorp P. V. Kaniovisklyp Profeosorp H. W. Ne Onishchik.. Professorj, W. Ye, Pestav., Professor., L.%. Roytburd., Professor,, E. A. Satelf., Prnfessor,, 0. V. Toblov., Professor., B. A. Teleshev, Professor; Editorial Commistion of thia volum: V, F, Girovskiy (Chairmao) Docent, Ye, 1. Varenilsy Prufeosorp M. S. (hxrevichp I. Ya. INTiiiiip Weentp 6. N. Reynin) Candidate of Technical Sciences. PURPOSE: This collection of articles is intended for otaff members of construc- tion organizations, design bureaus, and scientit'l- nit-w-arr-.h establishments as well as for faculty membera and students of instittitiotis of higher education. COVEFAGE: This collection of reports on construstion priklcms was originally presented and discussed at a scientific-technlcal ~-.onference held in Moscow in February 1958 under the auspices of the Moscov Engineering and Economic Institute and other government and scientific organizations. Possibilities of increasing economic benefits from capital investments by improving methods of organizing and planning constraction projects arre rewiewed. Results of efforts by construction and design organizations to reduce the costs of con- struction and building operations, to introduce economic accountability and Card 2/11 Problems of Increasing Economic Benefits (Cont.) SOV/2935 planning in lower level construction f:- Increase i;he productivity of labor, and to boost work and plamilng eftlelency F,xe inal~zed. Problems in preparing estimates., making financial forecasts, atirl fInanoing construction projects are discussed. No references are given. TAJU OF CONTENTS: Forevord 3 Ginzburg., S. Z. Tasks of Science in the Economics of Construction 7 Itmkfthiyan, A, A, Technical and Economic Advantages of Large Territorial Construction Organizations 12 Xmleyev, D. N. Results of Efforts by the Che repovetsme tallurgn troy Trust to Reduce Costs of Construction and Erection Works 29 Onishchik.* L. I.,? A. V. Yelkin, B. A. Smirnov., A. P. Mandrikov, L. A. Shle1na., and A. A. Budarikov. Ways of Improving Technical and Economic Efficiency of the Most Important Decisions on Standard Housing llt-o~ects 41 Card 3/11 Problems of Increasing Economic Benefits (Cont.) SOV/2935 Pepenko., A. T. Ways of Reducing Costs of Industrial Constniction 102 Gorbushin, P. B. Principles of Developing and Distributing Construction Supply Centers in Economic-Administrative Regions 115 Varenik, Ye. 1. Major Tasks of the Science of Economics in the Building Industry and the Organization of Construction Operations 128 Lazarevich, S. K. Method of Economic Appraisal of Building Stractures 148 Arkharovi, 1. M. Economic and Technical Efficiency Resulting From Shorten- tng the Height of Stories and Using Efficiently Designed Vertical In- ternal Load-bearing Structures in Public Buildings 157 Komissarov., V. M. Method of Economic Appraisal of Standard Projects for Agricultural Thilldings C!ogoberidzej, Ya. A. One-story Industrial Buildings With Roofing Made of Polyhedral Shallov Shells Prefabricated for Mass Construction Projects 1'~i Card 4/11 Problems of Increasing Economic Benefits (Cont.) SOV0935 Solakhyanj P. S. Standardization of Bluc-pr-11 r.t!s J'or Structural Elewnts of Buildings and Installations Made of Reinforced Concrete Slabs Prefabricat- ed. for Constructions in Earthquake Regions 183 Davidovich., V. G. Effect of the Size of a Town on the Economic Efficiency of the Civil. Administration 190 Kebuladze., M. I. Experience Gained in Designing arid Erecting Prefabri- cated Reinforced Concrete Structures in the Georgian MR 194 Noroz, I. P. The State of Standardization of Highway Structures 206 Y~Ll~, Ye. K. Problems of Standardization and Economics in Construc- tion of Subterranean Equipment Networks Typical for Petroliferaus Regions of the Bashkir Republic 209 Linder M. N. Technical and 2conomic Appraioal of Housing Projects 23-7 Linder, M. Mo and I, I. Kornet, The Improvement of Methods of Standard- ized Planning of Residential Houses 233 Card 5/11 Problems of Increasing Economic Benefits (Cont.) sov/2()35 Krivosheyev., A. K. The Sciel;tific Methodology of Standardized Planning 24o Boruk, V, 8, Experience Gained in Denigning and Using Combined Roofing and Large Wall Panels in the Building of Residential Houses 243 Syrtsova, Ye. D. Practicability of Some Measures TentILW, Q) Increase Labor Productivity in Building 256 Pushkarev,, V. V. Speed at Which a Residential Hcnise Can De Bruoted by Carrying Out Uninterrupted Operationsj, and the Costs of Co,.istr~w-tlon and Building Operations 269 Klindukh., A, M, Determining the Ilumber of C1*osed-in Buillings kwing Continuous Construction of Residential Houseil 283 Afanasovj, V, F. The Radical Change and Improvement In Planning Construction Methods to Be Uoed During the Construction Stage 295 Savchenkova., M. I,, Principal Ways of Creating a Proper Organization for Manufacturing Prefabricated Reinforced Concrete Structures and Their Parts 308 Card 611, Problems of Increasing Economic- Benefits (Cont.) SOV12935 Fleyer, N. D. Accelerated Model Construction of a Blast Furnace in Dneprodzerzhinak 319 BrOmn i, B. D. Experience Gained in Model Construction of Industrial Items 330 Raynus., E. S. Experience Gained in Building Street Bloclw in Leningrad With Houses Constructed of Large prefabricated Panels 545 Morachevskiy,, N. A. Experienue Gained in Model Construction nf Small Structures 349 Ritov., M. N. Construction of a Model Section of a Hig1rday 357 Galkin, I. G. Ways of Decreasing Costs of Works Carried Out in Winter With Concrete or Reinforced Concrete 373 Sabaneyev, S. N. Choice of an Efficient Method of Translx),--ting Large Elements in Building Residential Houses 389 Shreder,, K. G. Method of Determining the Level at Which the Building Card V7.1 Problems of Increasing Economic Benefits (Cont.) SOV/2').'i5 of Residential Houses Has Been Prefabricated 402 Smagin, 1. S. Evaluation of Economic Benefits Obtained Fron Shor-tening the Time Heeded to Build a Railroad 412 Pinskiy, Ye. A. Plans and Regulations Concerning the Or[.-,w)ftat1on and Techniques of Manufacturing Standard-type Structures 425 Illyashenko., A. 14. Some Problems of Proper Labor Orgwiizatioxi in the Field of Building 434 Safonova, E. I. Possiblilites of Raising Labor Productivity by Im- proving Labor Organization 445 Girovskiy) V. F. Some Problems of Price Computation and Constriction Planning 451 Sokolov, B. M. Problems of Uncompleted Constructions and the Mimber of Closed-in Buildings 463 Balikhin, M. I. Improved Planning of Construction Projects Exemit--,d by Car~i t'/11 Problems of Increasing Eronouic benni'lt-- O-nt.) SOV12935 Large Territorial Building Organlz5~t!.-!- 471 Dunayev, Ye. S., and M. 1. Nemirovohty. re(:n1*r!V- and Ways of Improving Constritction Cost ri,,.xtions 483 Petrov, I. A. Development r)f To,:!hj11.-:,1 an'-l F'7,3,,11,'1litics of Improving Tochnioal Standardq 509 Makarov., Ye. A. Price Cal(nilat.lon Belkina,, R. K. Improvement of Standardized Estimates 6..nA th-,~ Pattern of 522 Making Estimates for Constaniotion 531 Chudnovoldy, D. M. Possibi*ies of Lrywering Costs of Pr,~--fabri(--atcrl Reinforced Concrete Structuees 547 Pallma, T. S. Application of Correlation Methods to 1-he SL--,,-.Iy !--f the Economic Activities of Construction Organizations 559 Ionas., B. Ya. Economic Accauntability in Conotniction Worhs 568 Card 9/11 Problems of Increasing Ecoamnin Bent-!f1t,-, Gurevich) M. S. SOM rtobl-,~mtl of 1:f!'': r ,n struction Undertakings 653 Zaytsev., S. M. Problem of Tor:hnical and Design of Load-bearing Stimcturcs 66o AVAILABIZ: Library of Congress Card 11/n TM/os 2/5/60 ' ETMMZHIYAN, A.A. - - '~___~sciowcon'struotion Industry on the eve of the soven-year plan, Gor* khoz.Hook. 33 no.1:9-13 J& 159. (MIRA, 12:3) 1. Nachallnik Glavaospronstroymterialov. (Moscow--construction Industry ETMUMIYARS A. Technical progress is the basis for develr-ping the building industry in Moscow. Na-stroi. Ros. no-5:17-20 My ,61. (MIRA 14:7) 1. Nacha-11nik Glvmospromstroymaterialov. (Moscow-4onstruction industry-Technological innovations) ETW,KDZHIYAN$ A.A. The building of chemical enterprises in a short time is the most Important task of the national econony. Prom. strol. 42 no.121 2-5 D 164. (MIRA 18:3) 1. Pervyy zameatitell predsedatelya Gosstroya SSSR. ITHIN, G.Ta. Now thormostablo metallurglcal grease. Proitv.8mas.mat. no-5:55-58 '59. (MIRA 13:4) 1. Leningradskiy opytnyy neftemaelosavod imeni Shaumyanit. (Lubrication and lubricanta) --Z-- A, 0. Ft~ Z ll uti 6- 6z--64 - Refer,4ZA. Dial., 195 fthowgiigl. to 79327.-;-~'prqi, .15M (hwrd,!wf6tl An4 gArur) Was tLwd ga 27.5 patbmti wW% varians purulent disext-cs, azuta ApperdiLdtils (SO), e, In az n t 4 pbl(!&rmou 41, ca.~stftfs (13j. puruf It 1 0 hle raml of 4 (20 U=4- (jaii) 10 (8) . p;A 4 ( , p ur-~Ie ml=vsm, cut% *kT-o madn Jn tt-.o kh LCH at-,AiC4 -I- it %ms cAvity ind i bs4lgi izPcPgnAIe4 w . - urtd tO thO wound.' a an 4uatfun. for acuto appcr. i M vtme time OIL LCH-qvaiIfhtvoduoed Lmj at tLe sUb6t;-.tb* cell..-Awr time of th ;~,wcrmd (5 V"L) Wilt gzva, t1ifficulty thet'i *A*~Jr. g440&n -Om - - baizUmd Ui. " ild, LCH Vr Ad thn 04.tfeutw awde-ouibed . ai bting in ~ good 7 IU4 a3 i LIL el r=~ ickttev, oom I.m. admhtistmtio - mad sp ~ taiv JLt J~ F voune i 6to of &4 (Russian) HOROKHOV, F.A.; ITS, A.G.; KOLCHINA, O.V.(Yaroslavll) Treatment of endarteritis obliterans with multiple vitamias. no.6:85 J" 155. (MLRA8:12) 1. Iz kafedvr patologicheskoy fiziologii i kafedry goopital'noy khtrurgii (nauchnyy rukoyoditall-prof. A.M.Dubinskiy) Taroslay- skogo meditsinskogo instituta. (MMARTZRITIS, OBLITERANS, ther. multiple vitamins) (VITAMINS. thmr. use andarteritin obliterans. multiple vitamins) ZT- --. - .. Yoregn bodies in the alimentary canal. Xhirurgiis Supplement:53 157- 1 (H13A 11:4) 1, Is kliniki boahchar khirurgii Yaroslavokago mediteinskogo inatituts. (,ALDMTARY GAIUL--FMXIGN BODIRS) ETSI A.G., dotsent; SURKOV, V.D. 1~ Nonspecific mesadenitia in children. Sovemed. 25 no.5:96-99 Itr 162. (KIRA 15:8) 1. Iz kliniki obshchey khirargii Yaroslavskogo reditsinskogo instituta (2aV. G.A.Dudkevich) i detskogo otdaleniya Bollnitsy imeni Semashko zav. V.S.Rabinovic.b). =MTICS--DISE=S) (PIMTERY-DIMM) ETS p A.G. - BOLDIN p K. M. -1 Case of traumatic cyst of tke pancreas. Sov. med. 25 no.9:138 3 'Q- (~ai?A 15--l) 1. Is Kliniki obahchey khirurgii Yaroslavskogo maditsinskogo instituta (zav. karedroy-- dotsent G.A.Dudkevich) i khinirgicheakogo otdalenlya mediko-sanitarnoy chasti kombinata "Krasnyy Perekop" (zav. K.M.Boldin). (PANCREATIC CYSTS) ETS, A.G., dotsent; GRIGORIYEV, V.A. Penetrating wound of the thorax with a bilateral wound of the modiastinal pleura. Vest.khir. 89 no.70-10 J1 162. (MIRA 15:8) 1. Iz kafedry obahchey khirurgii (zav. - dotsent G.A. Dadkevich) Yaroslavskogo meditsinskogo instituta. (CIRST--WOUNDS AVD INTURIES) (PIMU--WOUIIDS AID INTURIES) 7 I Tt T, 62657-65 VT -ACCESSiON7'NA iAP501 .00--, ~3 o in. Sh~ Md 'kin, L. Z* AUTHORS: Notank- N,,l Ets TITLE t A photoolectrid deviawfor automatic tocusing of objectives Clas.s',,57j No. 172183. SOURCE: Byulloton' izobretodyA tovarnykh znakoyp no. 12l 1065s 110-119 TOPIC TAGS: otoolectric Motlic -ph~q_joyic.q, photography, photocen , ph 4 ABSTRACT.- This AW-hor Cartificato prosonts 4 dovice for autorntic :~ocusin;, of objectives. Tho device contains a duct for producing tho image of a test-object ~n the focal plane of the objective being focused and a receiV25M.,--tramsformiq7 device with an actuating -mechanism. To ascertain that the facusiliq &Vico 1101-- forris proporly in focusing objectives of various t,.vpvq ov optical sycitw-a with a fixed position of an object plane, the device contains a test-object ',.n the farm of a uniformly illuminatod revolving photographic plate iAth fli---gr4d.ned 0MIA.- slon. A qtmdratic dotootor is also mounted at the arnplLfior outlet (11' the- receiving-transforming dovice. This detector sends a direct currenft sigMal to :?nG of the vindings of a polarized relay,, Tho current intensity is proportioral [ EWEL I, A. V. ETTLLI, A. V. - Proizeodstvo rezhushchikh chastey. (Dyaberetsk. zavod im. Ukhtomskogo). Scellkhozriashina, 190, No 11, s 26-29. SO: Letopis' Zhurnallnykh Statey, Vol. W, 1010. ITTILI, A.Ve'-inshe - "', Regulating the work of cutting cylinders In Trakt. i sellkhosmash. no.lt29-32 J& '58. (Harvesting machinery) (Xnsila&) Sir-2,6 ensilage harvesters, (MIRA l114) TLUMHOY, Georgiy Alaksandrovich, dotsent; SWALOV, Tuliy Avraamovich, kand.tekhn.nau4-XNNLLv-A#V., inzh., rateenzent; KUNIK, P.A., inzh., red.; SOKOWYA, T.F., [Automation of technological processes of machining and ass3mbling in the manufacture of machinery] Awtomstizateiia tekhnologi- cheskikh protseaBoT wkhanloheskoi obrabotki i aborki v mashino- stroenii. Moskva, Goo.nauchno-takhn.izd-vo mashinostroit.lit-ry, 1960. 320 P. (MIRA 13.*7) (Machinery industry) (Automation) ETTEVp Abram Vladimirovich; GUSACHWO, K*Iep inzhop retsenzent; SLIT,.',HEV- U-- 'r DAR9 'TS*Xa.p sh.9--e-t-oenzent; SHAKROj G.'Ap inzh.t retoenzent; -RUVINSKIY, G.M., inzh., retsenzent; PADRULI, Z.Ya.9 inzh.9 red..; FALIKO, O.S., red. izd-va; HLIKINDp V.D., tekhn. red. [Technology of agricultural machinery manufacturing) Tekn=nol gUa sallskokboziaistvennogo mashinostroaniia. Moskva, 0. takhn. iad-vo mashinostroit, lit-ry, 1961. 287 p. (MIRA 14:6) 1. Rostovskiy-na-Donu tekhnikum seltakolchozya7stvennogo mashino- stroyeniya (for Gunachemkop Sluzhavskiy, Shamro). 2# Kirovograd- skiy tekhnikum sellskokhozyayatvannogo ma6hinostroyaniya (for Padrull) (Agricultural machinery industry) ETTEL I K. I , mtl_=~ Production of buffed Pox leather. P. 248 (Nozaratvi. Vol. 7. no. 9p Sept. 1957, Praha, Caerhodlovakia ) Monthly Index of East ;Uropean Accessions (EFAI) LC. Vol. 7, no. ',~, February 1958 CZECHOSLOVAKIA / Chemionl Technology. Featioides. H-18 i RZhKhim,, No 120 1M, No 40793 .,be Jour Author :_&jte1'_,M*shka Inat : Not given Title i Organic Herbicides. 1. Substituted 4-Fhanyl-Azophonyl Hydroxyacetic Acids. Orig Pub i Not given Abstract Substituted 4-phanyl-anzophenyl hydroxyacetic acids and their ester 11 of the gorier'sl formula, 3#4-R1110O0OH2006H3-NC6H4R2- 41 (1) were'synthesized for the purpose of studying their herbicidal effect (given are r, R1, 112, M.p. ino (,*)-. H,01,H,15li OH3, CIA97; C2H5#C1sH#73; HyC401,202, CH Oll0l,136,51 02H5,04Cljq3; H,01,CH~,184; CH3,01,CH.3,101; C05,01,CH3,107; H,CH pCH3fHp52) 021~,CH3,H,76.5; R,VH P cl,196; cif cH Scipio;; C2H5,CH3,c1,8(); R,0113,CH 97-' 82H .5; ~"Hja,184; Cfi3,H,H,89; C2H5,H,H,73.5; ~:H,;l 23;' OH~192 Card 1/2 X1-V FiRs --- AT602 SOURCE CODE: CZ/O(Y+3/65/000/009/0715/0722 AUT[TORt Cornyj Mirla)--Cherror, Me (Engineer; Candidate of sciences; Prague); Kraus~& Felix (Engineerl FragwlLau-i--V~- ORG: IAboratory for Wood Research, Institute for the Theoretical Basis of Chemical Technology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague (Ustav teoreticVch zakladu chemicke techniW Ceskoslovenske akademie ved, Laborator vyzkacu dreva) Distillable pheno3io substances obtained in the methanolysis of wood K(I) ;SOURCEt Cheadake zvesti, no. 9, 1963, 715-722 TOPIC TAGS: distillation, phenol, paper chromatography, chemical separation, vood chemical product Methanolysis of "spruce wood yiolds phanolio substances t 1% is obtained in !that oan'be reoovered by distillation; abou the distillate form, This Ynixture oontains:.alpha-me*"uhoxyprgpio- .I. guaiaqon4 vanilloylaoetyl,, a1pbarmethoxygualacylaoetono,, guaiaoyl-' aoetone,, alpha-hydroxypropioguaiaoonet vanillin, vanillio acidj, andits methyleatere The separation of this nixture by paper 'chromatography.$ and by ohroma.topraphy on Z. -thin. layer of 4,20 1 is des4riinde Orige art, hass 4 tables'.! tj`P~97 SUB CODE: 07 SUNI DATICt 3ONov64 / ORIG REFs 002 / OTH RSFt 016 d D VAr A5- 2%11C D 31756-66 ETC(f)/&'P(J)/T DON ACC NR. !P6021637 SOURCE CODE9 CZ/0008/65/000/008/ AUTHORs Ettel, Victor 0959/0971 ORrj-. Institute of Inorganic ChemistrypCSAVp Prague (Ustav anorganicke ohemis MAY) TITLEs. Investigation methods of kinatim of very fast reactions in solutions I SOURCE-. Chemicke liBtyg no* 8. 1965p 959-97.1. TOPIC Was Chemical kineticsg nuclear magnetic resonanceg nuclear aping reaction rate ABSTRACTs Although quite a few chemical reactions need between 10 seconds end,10 hours for completiong there are many reactions that require only 10' to 1 secondo Metbode suitable for the investigation of very fast reactions am described(, The method of nuclear magnetic resonance in described, Methods based bin fast flows of liquids in pipes are discussed* The influence of the atomic nucleus spins upon the magnetic moment of the nucleus is described, Changes of particles from diamagnetic to the paramagnetic state allow inveatigation of very f ast. reactions. The use Card .4 2 L 31756-" Acc NR% AP6021637 of paramgnetic resonanceq mainly in the study of reactions of radicals is discussed, Use of temperature and pressure changes for alterations in equilibrium states is described. The use of changes of the intensity of an electric field, and of ultrasonic deoces, or this purpose is diecuamed& Orig. art, bast 3.5 figurese Wj BuB CMj 1 07P 20/mm OM Nme/ (YrH mws o29 19 2/2 PB C4hCIfGjLQVAKxA Jj LvTaLe V, HiMNURS, A makaftwN.&A" InstitutO fO3P InOrSuds MftdstV7,, Cameboolovsk Aoad=V at Solana" (Institat fur anorewdsobe Obades TsebachoslowakI Saba Akadmale der ~As3ens- *charten), Prepw (fop &I]L) P"9"8 C21i"Uma At 9866hall-awak iihimWI Cg:j=I- UMNO go 30 March 1966# pp 1,237-44.7 *Reactions of very VUPO substamese ftrt 2% Catalf"d 4eeomooeltlon of alkallne pemanganate solution* SOURCE CODE: AU7HOR:- Ettela-Vi Veprek-SiBka, Jose ORG: Institde for Incrizanic Chemistry, CSAV., Prague (Ustav anorganicke chemie CSAV) TITLE: Distillation apparatusA for the preparation of water of high purity SOURCE: Chem.Lcke listy, no. 3, 1966, 340-342 TOPIC TAGS: distillation, chemical laboratory apparatus ABSTRAGT; An apparatus designed by the authors is described. The apparatus must be used for a certain time before full purity of the product.can be obtained. The total impurities!in the product consist of less than 10-7 mole of solids per liter. Mi is the element most likelv to be found. The apparatus is designed for continuous production. Or-Lg. art. has: 1 figure. (JPRS: 36,0021 SUB CODE" 07 SUBM DATE: O6May65 / OTH REF: 005 ETTEn. A.B. (Kaliningradokaya oblast') Unified systen of public health service in a consolidated rural district. Zdrav. Ros. Feder. 7 no.8:17 Agt63. (MIRA 16:10) (POLESSK DISTRICT -PUBLIC IMALTH)