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9EC41IN ol~ EE N UMe&R I Z~ f RO M E~ZL V 4 Ott Qf 14dp Mova Wfoh d "w9d Vam 4.04. t*uj -4W Z 1:1-k 7" A"I Of- D~Ull 4, ~ 2 1110R., 0) thattruilig of tillic ap2o t notf of. ta 3:4 inla. ICYBL, V. Use of chenta calcium dio-osium and ethylenediamine tetracetic acid cal- cium disodium on experimental manganese, cadmium and mercury poisoning. Cesk. fyoiol. 8 no.3:183 Apr 59. 1. Farmakologicky ustav fak. voeob. lek. KU, Plzen. Predneseno na III. f,vsiologickych dnech v Brno dne 14. 1. 1959. (XMTHKMIL, off. on exper. cadmium, manganese & mercury poie. ((;Z)) (CIOIATrNG AGINTS, eff. 1,2-diaminocyclohexane N,N,NI-tetrnecetic acid on exper. cadmium, manganese & mercury pois. (C2)) (CADMIUM, pois. exper., eff. of 1,2.diamonocyclohexane N,N,NO-tetracetic acid & ednthamil (Cz)) (MANGANNSB, pois. same) (MOCURY, -Doia. Balle) VRL, V.; SYKOVA, J.; KOCHSR, Z. EM and cobnlt noisoning ,. Ceak. fysiol. 8 no.4:331-332 July 59. 1. Yarmakologicky ustav lek, fak. IUJ, Plzen. (EIKTHAMIL, Dbarmacol.) (COBALT, toxicol.) SYKORA, J. ; 1COGM, Z. ; EYRL, V. Effect of GzNa F a on the excretion of lead in experimental lead poisoning. (C& ). Cask. fyoiol. 8 no.4:325 July 59. 1. Farmakologicky ustav lek. fak. KU Plzen. (NDATHAMIL, pharmacol.) (IRAD POISONING, exper.) XYBL, V. Complexons in.experimental cadmium poisoning. Cesk. fysiol. 9 no.1:75 Ja 60. 1. Farmakologicky ustev. fak. vseob. lek. KU, Plzen. (CADMIUM toxicol. ) (CHEATING AGINTS, phgLrmacol. ) SYKORA, J.;ZYBL, V. 115 115 Contribution to the metabolism of Gd ft2IDTA A Cd NR 2Ghenta. Ceek. fysiol. 9 no.1191-92 j& 6o. 1. Krajoky ustav narodniho zdravi, Farmakologick7ch ust" fak. Vseob. Ink. Plzen. (CHEATING AGINTS, me tab.) SYBL, V. Toxic effects of IW&2 XDTA and HgWasChenta. .Ceek.fysiol. 9 no.3: 282-283 MY l6o 1. Farmakologicky ustay lek. fak. 10, Plzen. (IDOMIL toxicol) (CUALATING AGZNTS toxicol) CZECHOSLCVA1~IA j)Mjt.,_V,, Institute of Pharmacology (Parmakologic!q uotav), Faculty of I'ledicine (Lekarska fakulta), Charles Universiiy, Plzen, Prof. Dr Z. KOCHER, director; SYKORA, J., Department for Occupational Diseases (Oddeleni pro choroby z povolani), '%aculty Hospital, Plzen, F. HUZL, DM, Candidate of Sciences, d-,.rector; and MERTL, F., Physics Instittite (Fyzikalni ustav), Faculty of Medicine (Le- karska fakulta), Charles university, Plzen, Docent Dr 1,11. PETRAN, Candidate of Scionces, director. "Effect of Calcium Complexes of Aminopolycarbonic Acids on an Ex- perimental Acute Cadmium Poiso-.iing" Prague, PrftnrArni LekarRtyi. Vol XV, No 6, August 1963, pp 234- 238. Abstract [Authors' English surralary]: Experiments on mice provided evidence that the best protective effect among calcium complexes of aminopolycarbonic acids in acute experimental CdC12 poisoning is offerAd. by CaDTPA. The toxicity of Cd complexes of aminopoly- carbonic acids !.s directly proportional to the stability constant for Cd. In acute experiments on rats Ca complexes of EDTA and DTPA administered by the i.p. route simultaneously with the s.c. admin- istration of Cd"5w'Cl2 (with carrier) increase significantly the urinary cadmium excretion and reduce markedly the cadmium content of the liver. CaDTPA is significantly more effec-cive. When Ca com- plk%es are administered only 24 hours after the administration of 2/2 L132%-66 ACC NR, AP6006040 SOURCE CODE: CZ/0053/65 0 /004/0293/0293 AUTHOR:__.~yb~q q Sykora,, J.; Mertl, F. bc ORG: Institute of Pharmacology# Medical Faculty, Charles University, Plzen (Famakologicky ustav leke fake UK); Vepwtwnt of Occupational Disease, SFNJ r-1-1sen (Odd. chorob-z povolani SFN); Institute of Physics, Medical Facultyp Charles~Univer ty,,Plzen (Fyakalni ustav lek. fake UK) TITLE: Transfer of cadmium and cnrinitim. romplexen of FWA antl DTPA thiough the placental barrier [This paper was presented during the Twel,fth Pharmacologic Days, Smolenice, 29 Jan 65-1 SOURCE: Ceskoslovenska fYsiologiet 7- 14, no- 4P 1965s 293 TOPIC TAGS: radioisotope, tracer study, biologic reproduction, pharmacology, animal physiology# organooadmium compound, rat, aliphatic cariboxylic acid, chelate compound ABSTRACT: Study in 3-week pregnant rats given Cdll5mcl2 with carrier, CaEDTA and CaDTPA and the cadmium radioactive complexes revealed that cadmium chelates easily penetrated the placental barrier and destroyed the fetus. /j-PRS7 SUB CODE: 06 SUBM DATE: none / SOV REFt 001 -I' 1*~4~1'-Ak V.-Wi(41,/XW1(b)-2 90 -`XLFvMR, AP6006049 SO-URGE CODE: CZ/OO53/65/OlJ,/OO4/O297/Q7?7 AUTHOR: J2aQk2XQ~_Y--; Kogtenoky. J.; Eybl.- V ; Sykora, J. ORG:- Institute of Pharmacology, Medical Faculty, Charles University Plzen Famakologicky ustav lek. fak/ UK 75epartment of Occupational Xseases,, 3FN# Plzen Odd. chorob z povolani S%~'S ~ TITLE: The toxic gifects of cadmium complexes of' aminopolycarboxylic acids (This paper was presented during the Twelfth 11harmacologic Days~ Smolenice, 28 Jan 65*1 SOURCE: Ceskoslovenska fysiologie, v. 1.4, no. 4, 1965t 297 TOPIC TAGS: toxicologyp aliphatic polycarboxylic acid, organocadmium compoundp drug effect, pharmacology, blood pressure, respiratory systent, chelate compound ABSTRACT: CdC12 and its chelates with EDTA, HEDTA tended to cause hypotension and tachypnea; ~dCDTA caused transient hypertension. EKG chaiiges -ire described. L7PRS-7 SUB CODE: 06 SUBM DATEi none ORIG REF: 001 XCC'Wm, AP6006052 SOURCE CODE: CZ/0053/65/014/004/0203/0299 AUTHOR: Koutensky, J.; EYbl, V.; Jonakova, M.; Sykora, J.; Hertl, F* ORG: Instituto-nf r-harmacology Medical Faculty, Charles University, Plzen (FarmakologW~~ Me -ay leks falk. UK); Department of Occupat ionnl Diseases, SF-%. -J;, Plzen (Odd. chorob z pov. SFN); Institute of Fhysica, Medical Faculty, Charles University, Plzen (Fyzikalni ustav LF UK) TITIE: Role of cadmium in acute ferritint toxic14~[This paper was presented during the Twelfth Pharmacologic Days, Sm61-enice, 28 Jan 65.1 SOURCE: Ceskoslovenska fyoiologie, v. 111, no. h, 1965, 298-299 TOPIC TAGS: mouse, pharmacology, cadmium, protein, organoiran compound, taxicology" blood pressure ABSTRACT-. Cadmium-containing crystallized forritin had an LD.50 of 100 ma IKR in mice; cadmium is stored in kidneys and spleeng while noncrystallized ferXitin lowers blood pressure transiently, crystallized ferritin with cadmium raises Itj CaDTA and CaDTPA can solubilize body cadmium and rookove -it.,from the body, as shown chi~omatographically. [JPRS1 SUB CODE: 06 SUBM DATE: none / OTH REF: 004 L 13591-66 X" Mr, TP6006085 e SOURCE CODE: CZ/005376575147654/031476-314 AUTHORi Sykora, J-;,gyUx-1W Jonakova,, N.; Koutenoky,, J. '95 'B ORG: Department of Occupational Diseases SFN, Plzen (Odd. chorob z povolani SFN); Institute of Pharmacology, Hedical Faculty# Charles University# Plzen (Farmakologicky ustav LF, OK) TITIE: Netabolism of cadmium complexes of aminopolyearbcxylic acids [This paper was presented during the Twelfth Pharmacologic, Days,, Smolenice,, 28 Jan 65.1 SOURCE: Ceskoslovenska fysiologic, ve 14, no. 4t 1965t 314 TOPIC TAGS: biologic ratabolismj, jrat,, chelate compound, organocadmium compound aliphatic polycarboxylic acid# chromatography, biochemistry ABSTRACT: Chromatography of urine of rats given CdC12 with or without cadmium or calcium chelates or EDTA,,,CDTA and MPA. CaCDTA was less apt to form ionic complexes with cations in vivo and therefore had littleprotective effect; CdCDTA was more stable in the-bodys- [J'j'RS1 SUB CODE: 06 SUBM DATE: none om rm: ow card -1A CUCH04LOVALIA MORAS J1 RYBLOV Is Sub Department or oocupattowi Disea3*ss Faculty Hospital - (for Os 2* Pharmaceutical Institute, AVIOTO UnITOrSitys PlSOn - (for 2) PraEues -ColleotIgn 2L Czo&WslQvak Ctmlgal ggM-MMJw cations No 10 Tamary 1967v PP 352-357 "Paw ch"matographl of chelates of ethylandia- mintetreacetic acide PAIGHL, Premyslj SKRLAJITO Luboo; SYKORA, Jindrich. Tachnicka spolupracid EYBLOVA, Mafte Fever oaused by inhalation of metal fumes from brass welding# Plzen. lek. sborne 230-15-118 164 1, Klinika vnitrnioh ohorob lekarske fakulty University Karlovy so sidlem v Plzni (prednostat prof. WlDr. K, Bobek); Oddeleni chorob z povolani L prumyslove toxikologis Statni fpkultni no- mocnice v Plzni (prednostat prim. MUDr, F. Huzl, CFo.). MURIKOVA,J.; JAI,'KGVA,J.; IIUZL,F. Technicka spoluprace: EYBLOVE,M. Lead poisoning in tender workers., Prac. lek. 16 no.1:24-27 Ja'64. 1. Oddeleni chorob z povolani a prumyslove toxikologie fa- kultni nemocnice v Plzni; vadouci: InMr. F.Puzl, Me. SOV/110-59-3-11/25 AUTHOR: Engineer TITIE: The Thermal Design of Direct Current Machine Armatures with Indirect Water Cooling (Teplovoy raschet yak0rey mashin postoyannogo toka. pri kosvennom. vodyanom. okhlazhdenii) PERIODICAL: Vestaik Elektroprom;yshleanosti, 1959, Nr 3, pp 41-45 (USS"~) ABSTRACT: Liquid, particularly water, coolihg of electrical machines offers considerable advantages but in d.c. machines direct cooling of hollow conductors cannot be applied and indirect cooling methods are required. This article considers the thermal design of the armature of such a machine. To simplify the calculations it is assumed that: heat given up to the air by the end windings and the active steel of the armature may be neglected; there is no heat exchange between the commutator, the armature and the magnetic system which is alright - provided they are equally cooled; a single coefficient of thermal conductivity is taken for the insulation of the windings. The directions of extraction of heat from a machine armature when indirect cooling is Card 1/3 used are given diagran, tically in Fig.1, in this and in SOV/110-59-3-11/25 The Thermal Design of Direct Current Machine Armatures with Indirect Water Cooling Fig.4 the circles represent cooling elements. Fig.2 and 3 give schematic equivalent circuits for the end winding and slot parts of the armatures. Formulae are given for the mean temperature rise in different parts of the armature. Thermal conductivities and resistances with liq~aid cooling of armatures are then considered. Different methods of cooling the iron are illustrated diagrammatic.ally in Fig.4. Formulae are given for the thermal resistance in the different cases. An evaluation is then made of the effectiveness of water cooling. The mathematical effect of water cooling is to increase the thermal conductivities of different parts of the machine and formulae am giver, for the amounts by which these conductivities are increased in different cases. The chanp in the ratio of length to diameter when liquid. cooling is used is considered and formulae are given for the changes in machine dimensions. Determin ticn of heat transfer coefficients is then Card 2/3 briefly considered and values are calculated for cooling SOV/110-59-3-11/25 The Thermal Design of Direct Current Machine Armatures with Indirect Water Cooling water temperatures of + 30 and + 500C at different rates of flow. It is concluded that the machine with indirect cooling will have a greater ratio of length to diameter than an air cooled machine and that there is then a reduction of s,.*L+ze and weight. Indirect water cooling should be most effective in slow running medium- sized and large machines in which commutation conditions are not very difficult and which call for fans and air coolers wben normal ventilation systems are used. In water cooled machines conditions of commutation will inevitably be more difficult. Correct choice of insulation thickness on slots and end windings is most important. Experimental work is required to determine the 'field of application of water cooling in d.c. machines. There are 4 figurer). SUBMITTED: 5th September 1958. Card 3/3 EYBSH---IS, A.G., inzh. Basic principles of the design of all-purpose high Ppeed asymcbronous machines with increased frequency. Elektrotekhnika 35 no.12:6-8 D (MIRA 1894) 164. lear Physics Cosmic roys Card 1/1 Authorg Eibus, L, M. Title, Cosmic rays., Periodical Prirodap 43/7., 10 -2o, July 1954 Abstract ~The nrtiole recountathe discovery of cosmic rnys throurh their ionizing effect, and their source from outer -space throuCh the fact thot their effect incrrnres with distance from the earth. It explainn their nature a;-.particl.es, their characteristics and .-Gary on(-rgy running to quadrillions of cloctron voitc. The seconc pv-1ticles and radiation resulting from collisions are mmlaincd. Instruments and methods of exTcrimentation nro ij1-uc,rrtcd. The 1p.,-Itorin! is all tcchnicv,11y written in a populcir rt-YR-. Drawin,!n; Institution : Sol 1:"1Uwi : L 57-6-8/36 AUTHM VUTUNP A.P" ZYCHINS, V.A. TITLE On the Origin of "al Trioda rmmeters. U, n-" Trsads& (K Yoprosu o priobinakh$ vyzyvayuehchiKU razt-ros parametrov kristalli- cheekikh triodove II. Triody v-p-n-tips, Russian) MIODICAL Zhurnal Tekhn. Fiz. 195To Vol 27, Nr 6, pp 1205 - 1208 (U*S,S,R,) ABSTRACT In the present case investigations are carried out which are similar to these described in Part I (Zhurnal Tokhn,Fiz. 1957j, Vol 27, Nr 6 pp 1197) for the triodes of the n-p-n-type. At first donator alloys were selected) for which purpose investigatios were carried out with Bi-~bp Bi+Sn, As-Pb, Sb4n,, Sb-Fb. It was found that, with reap-set to the*jreotifier coefficient, lead-antimony-, and lead arsenic alloys are the best. Further experiments were carried out with a Fb-5b aD-Oy with eutectic composition (11.2 0/0 Sb). There follows a description of ex- perimental data. It in shown that it is beat to produce triodea of the n-p-n type at 700 a C, At this temperature a considerable dependence of the penetration depth on temperature is observed, Therefore even slight changes of temperature mey lead to the fluctuation of some parameters of the triodese Fluctuation may be to the extent of + 2D oloo A general diagram for the determination of the average valu;s of the penetration depth of the Pb-Sb alloy into the germanium is given* The totali'Y of the results mentioned her makes it possible quantitatively to character- Card 1/2 Us a number of factors which exercise influence on some of the crystal- EYCHI-S' 14 , P LATORKO, Pavel Yonstantinovich; SIRDYM, V.K., inshener. redaktor; WCHIS A.P.. inshener, retsenzent; ZAGOLIN, N.S.. redak-tor; tifiSk:;W.T.~. tekhnicheekly redaktor. [Booklet for chromium platers] Pamiatka po, tekhnike bezopas- nosti dlia khrot3trovshchikov. Kiev, Gos.naucbno-tekhn.izd-To mashinastroit.lit-ry, 1955- 39 P- (MLRA 8:11) (Chromium plating) A-1 ZYCHIS. Andrey Pet-rovigh, SWYUK, V.K.,inzhener, rodaktor; LAVORKO, P.K., inzhener, reVienzent; LYKHOTA, N.A. tekfinicheakir redaktore [Safety manu 1 for workers in painting shops] Pamiatka, po tekhnike bezopasnosti dlia rabochikh okrasochnyich teekhov. Kiev, Gon.nauchno- tekhn.isd-vo mashimostroit.lit-ry, 1957. 72 P. (MIaA 10:6) (Painting. Talmitrial-Safety measures) POLISHCHUK, Mikhail Petrovich; LTCHIS,.A.P., inzh., reteenzent; SOROKA, M.S.. rod.; HUMSKIY*,'"T4.T.--o'-tokhh.-Z'6d. [Booklet on safety measures for sandblast operators] Paniatko po tokhnike bezopasnostl pookostruishchiku. Kiev, Goo.nauohno- takhn.izd-vo mehinostroit.lit-ry, 1958. 37 P. (MIRA 12:6) (Sandblast-Sefety measures) BIMIS..A.r -otv.rod.; LAYORKO..P.K., red.; LITVAK, N.I., red.; OROKA, M.S., red.izd-va [Protective, decorative and special coatings for metals] Zastichitno-dekorativnys i speteialinye pokrytiia matallov, Kiev, Gos.nauchno-tekhn.izd-vo mashinostroit.lit-ry, 1959. 291 p, (Kau i2al) 1. Nauchno-takhnicheakoys obahchestvo mashinnoy protwahlennosti. Kiyevskoye oblaatnoye pravleniye. (Electroplating) (Protective coatings) PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION sov/5635 Eychis, Andrey Petrovich Kristallit; zashchitno-dekorativnoye pokrytiye metallov (Crystallite- Protective and Decorative Covering of Metals) Moscow, Mashgiz, 1961. 142 P. 7,000 copies printed. Reviewer: N. T. Kudryevtoev., Doctor of Chendcal Sciences,, Professor; Ed.: D. B. Rikberg; Tech. Ed.: M. S. Gornostaypollskaya; Chief Ed.: Masbgiz (Southern Dept.): V. K. Serdyuk, Engineer. PORPOSE: This book is intended for technical personnel working in the field of protective and decorative co&-wings. COVERAGE: The book gives theoretical principles and technical characteristics of using organic dyes and interfer-ance coloring in depositing crystallites and different colors and shades on metals. Methods of production and quality control are also discussed. Standard and special equipment for producing crystAllites is described and technical and economic characteristics of these coating.3 are Siver~ as are the most ef f ective areas of application in machine building, ine trunent C ard'al "- - Crystal-lite: (Cont.) sov/5635 making, and other branches of the metalworking industry. No personalities am mentioned. There are 39 references,, all Soviet. TABLE OF CORrEWTS: Introduction 3 Ch. I. Basic Principles of Producing Crystallites Conditions for the thermocrystallization of thin electrolytic film of tin during their thermal treatment 7 Means of displaying the macrostructure of beat-treating films of tin and selection of optim- conditions for display 44 Production of colored crystallite without using organic dyes 50 Choice of protective films for crystallite 76 Brief conclusions 77 Ch. II. Technology and Equipment Variations of technical flow sheets 84 Qualitative requirements for a protective and decorative crystallite coating 135 Means of removing unsuitable crystallite coatings 137 Industrial safety in crystallite production 138 Carcl-2/4 DIUYUKGVj Zakhar Sillveotrovich-ENHIS,&j..) kand,khim.nEuk, retsen" zent; RIKLERG, D.B. red.j GOi~ OLISKAYA, H.S., tekhn. red. f (Paint and varnish coatings; manual] LakokrasochMe pokrytiia; spravochnoe rukovodstvo. Moskva) Mashgizj 1962. 214 p. (MIRA 15:7) (Painting, Industrial) EYCHIS, A.P., kand.tokhn.nauk New dilcorative and protective coatings for aluminum. Trudy NIIMesttopprolk no.17:193-207 162. (MIRA 160) (Aluminum) (Protective coatings) LAVORKO, P.K.; DIDYUKOVI Z.S.j inzh., retsenzent; EYCHIS, A.P.p kand. tekhn. naukp red.; TAIRGVA, A.L... iiid-olza-va- ELIKIND, V.D., tekhn. red.; M"OVA, L.A., tekhn.red. [Oxide metal coatings] OkaidrWe pokrytiia metallov. Mo- skva,, Mashgiz, 1963. 185 p. (MIRA 17:1) PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/6503 Eychis, Andrey Petrovich,and Berta Yakovlevna Temkina. Tekhnologiya dov rkhnostnoy obrabotki alyuminiya I yego splavov (Methods of Surface Treatment of Aluminum and its Alloys). Moscow, Masbgiz, 1963. 253 P. 5200 copies printed. Reviewer: Z. 1. Didyukovo Engineer; Ed.: D. V. Rikbarg; Tech. Ed.: M. S. Gornostaypolskaya; Chief Ed.: Mashgiz (Southern, Dept.):' V. K. Serdyuk,, Engineer. PURPOSE: This book is intended for engineering personnel of coating shops and may also be useful to engineers and designers engaged In designing metal structures made from aluminum and its alloys. COVERAGE: The book describes modern processes of surface treatment of aluminum and its alloyp and various methods of coating metallic and nonmetallic materials with aluminum. Besides the procedures of protective and decorative coating, attention ic given in this book to special types of surface treatment such as chemical milling, thick anodizing, and photochemical etching, Card 1/,111 Methods of Surface Treatment (Cont.) Sov/6503 which extend the application range of aluminiuu as a structural and coating material. No personaiities are mentioned. There are 99 references 53 Soviet, 31 English, 10 German, 4 French, and 1 Croatian. TABLE OF CONTENTS: For,-- ~' A. d Introduction 3 5 Phv.qical and Mechanical Methods of Surface Treatment 15 Machining 15 Painting 26 Deposition of plastic coatings 3 Enameling 4 Chemical Methods of Surface Treatment 60 Chemical Milling 60 Chemical palishing 69 Card 2/ '4 Z.- S10611631000100310*1036 B144/B186 AUTHOR: Eychist A. -P, TITLE: Now protective-decorativo coatings on aluminum PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal,. Khimlya, no. 3, 1963i 389, abstract 3L152 (Tr. N.-i- in-ta moBtn. i toplivn. prom-;:sti, no.,17, 1962, 193-207) TEXT: A method is described :for producing a glittering coating reminiscent of hoar frost (;'glitter") on,the surface of components made of shoot aluminum AA(AD) and Aql (ADO. The method consists in obtaining a recrystallized texture with decorative properties, with subsequent protention of.thie texture by transparent films. It has been establish that a rocrystallization microstruoture ouitable in practice for decoration is obtained at temperaturen of ~/500OC; the effect of the time of heat treatment'is insignificant. It is recommended that the recrystallization structure be developed in a oolution composed as follows (in ml): HC1 150 - 300c; i HNO3 25, H20 150; temp~!rature 20 Card 1/2 S/081/63/000/003/015/036 Now protoctive-decorative ocat it igs on :B1 44/B1 66 etching time 15 - 20 min. It is recommended that the recrystallized structure be protected either by anodizing.the articlou in 5AH2 so4 2 0 at D 0-5 a/dm , temperature 18 C, for 10,min, or by mothaorylio and a acrylopintachio varnishoe. The flowshoot for the finishing is given& It is shown that in the course of the heat treatment elastic stresses are eliminated and the metal becomes "soft". [Abetraoter's note: Complete translation Card 2/2 KADAN9R, Lev Illich, doktor tekhn. muk; EYfIfISJ A.F., krind. tekhn. nauk, retsenzent (Electroplating] Gallvanoategliti. KJev, TokhnJka 1964. 310 P. (MIRA 17:22~ A-YV. Dimpordsms W smstitt"aae sAd phensatisrons crystals at low to A. Yu. M-his. 1twit. AW. Njak S..,;.S. , 14. SUN- I(K 1050). -Dispersion tnewurr- ments were made at a letup. of to extend the dit. persion curves closer to the atruirptior tmndi in the near ultraviolet. The forces of the oscillAtors were caled. to be; anthramne If to b-axii of the rrystal 0.13 (roosu temp.). 0.17( -130'); L tob-axist) 04 Q-th tenips.); phenAnthrene 1. to &axis 0.0119 and I to b-axii 0,107. S. I'Altswer DI ridon of light In crystals of Phemoftims. I. V. RotlCV4 and A. Yu. PIChis. letwel.- Fit. 10. the green Ili 54411 line. the retractIvy Indriev were meAtured to s. - 1.745 frocan), 0, - IAAT Wntfl). Atmor tion spectra. owasured on tlaketi I-M . tbk-k, con%iqt Mines with The rier. wine, p"Allel to The 6 ail-4 of the monoctinic crystal (whkb coincides With the oplical j#. asis). lemetl broad I- ktroot) components. and lines with (be elec. vector per- brular to b. termed narrow (or weak) compitne"I. constmiletill hayt simiinr structures, each one, forming :1 xroopti of funds. Tbe I %I poup, 10118 lietweell .CW . A1141:15(ill A., compriws a few weak alitiorpum bands. TZ, "lid jonte inten,,r Stoup. Itegins with is sirung land .t .341101 ~. in the hrutid. anti with a hand at 349' A. In the nArfow rmoponent. T'he 3rd troup. most Intents. I"ll"s at alout 'UXjn A. The dialerslon 6 exPrr"ed bY the entpltk-ul forintif-15 is, - TAM + 1004 P/M - . 3APP)l 4- 107144 - "Oil fne tlw hiciall, and 4 a vily.111 I- 111110A 1114111 - 'IrOOP) + I'llitsil (00 1 W 1141111W ritilill 11011ro, fill 1w 14 4w strength/ m B.ffMd'.ve$A:. "ith the no. N of molt, cc. "1"l- With the AM "I the 1.91114T INIMM .4 Sem1I4f1rj&U It' .1. 30, J'A'4101' i. 11 - 11104) .110 1) 10?7. telp.. fur the "fl mod th, latfow 43,M1WRIC111 (ift, - 0 (11111 and 0.4111M, A* - 3419) A' 1 311611). rv4p.j. From previous delits. an anthravene (0(110110Y. ft 41.. C.A. 43. "Jid). the COC. mpunding Yslurs arc f - 1). 13 antf QD4 (& - MON and. 11.024. As - :KWt and 3945). %ttwrat in the spertrom of anthrnrenr thetiffraction 4pots Iveorocinerrasinglydenser in the neighliotht"I of Absorption handq. tin mich pheoom- enoo i4 notitrable In phenanthrrvir. the clkpmhin curve of phenantlifene is much less steep than that of anthrarroe, Imiticuix kw to ahwirption bando. Value* of f In th !L~ region 3490-3" A. at* from 810 to 110 as I&M for'ph~nanthrene as In the lot alwirptloo Imn't. of Anti.n"Vi1r. N. Thnn V1.4-7 qkj-I a 3 *u F'.' EYCHi~, N-Yu- Dimpardw in , am 41111111rume at 4w ~ so :rbA.41- his (JAcad. Nd. Mr. S.S.R., Kharkov). Aw. a et. Fis. n. 47 1-3 (ItW)-Them to dwtd. at -130'andst. room temp. on lWu pki" d astbractne (tWtkwws 5.43 "d 1743 at -1,V* caled. for -130* from tk* tIkknita drid. sot mom temp., mounting henropic lbenndi expwisim) a ind of plumantherne (3.47 and 7.46 so). bet it 7010 w'.1 *W. and bet.. 701M ..I 3801t) A.. mV.. for MOM Pulaffard with the tkv. vector Iwalki to slid j"odicukir to the b mailm. The a curym at - 1300 Ike &love them of toom Itup. Curv" 16 at - 130 * and at tam Stop. are almost parallel to tech other. The I b curw of onthre- cvtw at - 130* is minvewhoil Im alsvp than at room W". The carillatow strengthof. "kNI, (too the diislic"im cwvn. I nmm war. and as - V00'. am t Ior wabomewma 16 (ab- =Jm land 3M1 A.) 0.13 asid 0.17; authreemmme Lb IM A:j 0.04 mid 0.04. phrunthrew b 0400 A.) S1.009 a O.M. phrunthrene Ib (3ak) A (I.tW and O.W7. Them. far pheimnihmir / is twinp.4ndepradest both 16and 1b; (tor anthr&t-cne, this Im" Call It. W Tbon EYCHIS, A. YU. Absorption Spectrum and Dispersion of Light in Naphthacene Crystals Tr. In-ta f12iki AN Ukr , No 5, 1954 pp 17'-142 Two absorption bands were found in the vapor spectrum of naphthacen6, respond- ing to two electron-oscillatory Pansitions. The wave numbers of these elect- ronic transitions are 22,200 cm7l' and 34,770 cm ';'I. In the spectrum of napht- hacene solution in ethyl alcohol a longward shift of the order of 975 cm-1 of the absorption bands was observed. (RZhFiz, No 5, 1955) SO: Sum. No. 639, 2 Sep 55 3/003/60/000/006/001/00! B013/BO77 AUTHORS: Izbranov, P. D., Komskiy, D. M., Senkevich, Z. E., Eychis, A. Yu. TITLE: A camera to examine textures PERIODICAL: Veatnik vysshey shkoly, no. 6, 1960, 84-65 TEXT: This paper describes a camera which has been developed and built in the-laboratories of the kafedra fiziki Sverdlovskogo pedagogicheskogo institute. (Department of Physics of the Sverdlovsk Pedagogical Institute) to examine textures. The camera is a modification of that used for roentgenographic examinations of rolled radial and drawn textures; its holding device is interchangeable. Fig. I shows such a camera with a holding device for rolled specimens. The base (1) can be levelled by means of three adjustment screwal the motor is mounted on a slide. A screw (3) can be used to chanZe its position along a guided bar (2). (A synchronous motor of theCA-2 (SD-2) type is used to rotate samples which are examined for polycrystals with a PKA(RKD) type X-ray camera). The clamp used for plain samples is mounted with a bar to the slide. The Card 1/4 A camera to examine textures S/00 60/000/006/001/001 B01 3YB077 holder ends in a rectangular shaft (5) which can be moved freely in the groove of the lead screw with indicator (6) and also acts as a follower, the cam (7) is mounted to the motor shaft. The rotation of the motor lowers and raises the sample. The film holder (8) can be adjusted along the base with a screw (9) in a distance of 20 to 80 mm away from the specimen. A slit (10) is fastened to the front part of the camera and can be shifted as needed by a setscrew (11). The holder and the specimen can be moved into any arbitrary angle with respect to the incident X-ray and can be secured by a nut. The degrees are read off a limbus. A different type of holding device (Fig. 2) is used for cylindrical samples. A threaded sleeve serves as a driving-pulley and holder o7 the specimen. The cam is replaced with a pulley. The quality of picturrs, made with this camera can be seen in Fig. 31 copper foil is used -.a a specimen. The picture on the left was done in the K-series with a yerpendicular incident ray on a fixed sample, while the picture on the right was taken with the camera described here, with a perpendicular incident ray, too, and it is much sharper. This camera has been used in the Physics laboratory of the Sverdlovsk Pedagogical Institute for 3 years without Card 2/4 A camera to examine textures' S/003/60/000/006/001/001 3013/BO77 failure. It is mentioned that it is real simple to build such a camera inarW Mniversity.institute;-c- Therel.are-3 figures. ASSOCIATION: 'Syer 'dlovskiy.~eidagog'icheskiy insti.tut (Sverdlovsk POA.D-nD-4eal Trinfi+ii+al' S/003/60/000/006/001/001 B013/~077 A camera to examine. textures ACCESSION NR: AP4011501 AUTHORi.Ay.%hI.q,,A.Yui-;' Skornyakav , G. P. S/0051/64/016/002/0159/0161 TITLE; Optical properties of gallium in the visible region of the spectrum SOURCE: Optika I spektrookopiya, v.16, no.1, 1964, 159-161 TOPIC TAGS: gallium, gallium mirror, solid gallium, refrac'.1ve Index, absorption, reflection, photoconductivity ABSTRACT: Among the metals, pure gallium is characterized by high specalar luster in both the solid and liquid states. Moreover, gallium mirmrs are not significant- ly impaired as regards reflecting properties as a result of exposur-i to air. Despile the obvious desirability of this metal for mirrors, the optical properties of gal- lium have not been adequately studied: there have been only a few measurements.of some optical properties in the solid state and same more detailed measurements in the liquid state (J. Nathanson, Phys. Rev. 49,887,1936; L. G.Schulz,J. Opt. Soc.Amer. 47, 64,1957). Accordingly, in the present work there were measured the optical charac- teristics of gallium in the form of a bulk polycryotalline mirror. The measurements were carried out by the method of J.R.Beattie (Phi 1.Kag. 46,235,1955) in the spectaLl Card ACC.NR: AP4011501 range from 4000 to 8000 2. The average results for five series of measurements of the index of refraction n, the coefficient of absorption k and the coefficient of reflection R are tabulated and shown in Fig.1 of the Enclosure. The data for the solid gallium are compared wJth the results of Nathanson and Schulz for the liquid metal; significant differences are noted. Also investigated was the photoconducti- vity as a function of wavelength. The results for the solid specimen is shown by curve I in Fig.2 of the Enclosure. Curve 2 in this figure Is based on the liquid state data of Schulz. The difference between the behaviors of the photoconductivity and reflection as a function of wavelength in the solid and liquid brites Is attri- buted to occurrence of interband quantum transitions, made possible by the energy band structure in the crystalline state. Ortg.art.has: 2 figures and 1 table. ASSOCIATION: none SUBMI 15Apr63 DATE ACQ: 14Feb64 ENCL: 016 SUB CODE: PH NR MW SOVt 002 OMR: 008 con?A"', USSR/Pharmacology. Toxicology, Vitamins. V Abs Jour: Ref. Zhur. - Diol., No 22, 1958, 102872 Author Eychis, E. Ye. Inst Title The Influence of Thiamine on Vascular Tonus. Orig Pub: Vrachebn. delo, 1957, pril3zh., 39 Abstract: Observations were conducted on 256 sick and healthy humans. The degree of change of arte- rial pressure (AP) under single introduction of vitamin B, depends on the initial level and on the dose of the preparation bein.-I introduced. A dose of 5-15 mg in normal tonus induces an increase of AP by 5-10 mm of mercury col.umn, in hypotonia and hypertonia by 20-50 mm. ~iarge doses (50 mg) of B, decrease AP in the majority Card 1/2 12 EYCHIS, E. Ye. Cnnd Med Soi -- (diss) "Data for the problem of the effect of lAtfaq-in 13, upon the cordiovnsculnr systerile" Tomsk, 1958, 11 pp (Tomnk I ,.!ed Inst), 220 copies (KL. 36-58, 117) -4- KRUPINSKI, Jerzy; BIEUM, Jan; EYCHNERi Wiktor; PIMTOWSKA, Barbara; WOJTASZEWSKA, Krystyna'' The appearance of coronary disease in Poland in the light of diseases of the circulatory system. Postepy hig. med. dosw. 15 no.61641-676 161. 1. Z Katedry Organizacj'L Ochrony Zdrowia AM w Warszawie Kierownik: doe. dr. J. Krupinski. (CORONARY DISEASES statist) (CARDIOVASCUIAA DISEMES statist) ASHURKOV, Yov:3tafiy Borivovich; GALIN, A.V., retoenzent; SHCHERBAKOV, V.I.# retsenzerit; EYDLLI, A.S., nauchn. red.; (Preparation for the installation of electrical equipment on shiFal Po6gotovka k elektromontazhnyrn rabotam na au- dakh. Leningrad, Sudostroenlep 1964. 66 p. (MIRA 18:1) EYDELI) L,Z,, inzh, Device for measuring residual current in aircuit breakers,, Blektrichestvo no.10:14-52 0 160. (14M1 1/,: 9) 1. Vaesoyuznyy elektrotakhnicheskiy institut imeni Lenina, Len- ingradekly filial. (Electric circuit breakers) (Electric measurements) EYDELI L Z inzh Device using magnetrons for measuring the residual current in switches. Elektrichestvo no.1&68-72 Ja 0639 (NIRA 16:2) 1. Leningradskiy filial Vaesoyuznogo elektrotekhnicheskogo instituta im. Lenina, (Electric switchgear) (Electric measurements) EYDNIAND, I., inzh. Simple method for anchoring stressed reinforcements. Stroitell no.5:14 My '58. (MIRA 11t6) (Prestressed concrete) POLUBOTKO. K.; DARDIK. N.; KUZNNrSOV, V.,instructor,; ~ICLAND.I..,._inz.h. ElectrotherwAl stressing of reinforcements. Strottell no. 8:4-6 Ag 158. (KrRA 11:8) 1. Nachallnik takhnichaskogo otdols upraylaniya Parmstroy (for Polubotko). 2. Direktor sayoda No. 6, Olawuoazholezobstons. Moskva (for Dardik). 3. Inatitut Orgetroy, Moskva (for Kuznatsov. Rydeland). (Prestrepsed concrete) RYDELAND, I.K.,inzh. Using the method of prestresaing in reinforcing foundations. Noy.takh.mont. i spstm.rab. v stroi. 21 no.4-27-28 Ap '59. (MIRA 12:5) (Prestressed concrete) (Youndations) RABINOVICH, S.S., inzh.; EYIXLAIM, I.K., inzh. Assembling an aluminum dome with a span pf 61 m. Nov. takh. mont. i ape". rab. v stroi. 21 no-8:25-29 Ag '59. (MIRA 12:10) ' 'Iva 1.0rgstroy Ministerstvi stroitelletva'"RSYSR. (Domes) (Aluminum, Structural) ZTDZLAND, I., inxb. Using electric beating in stretching reinforcements. Stroitell no.10:7-8 0 159. (MIRA 1):2) (Blectric heating) (Prestressed concrete) ARSNIIYEV, L.B., lnzh.-;-AYDICTAND, I.K. Using air ballons in erectingdomes and cupolas. rab.v stroi. 22 n0-3:27-29 Mr 16o. (Buildings) (Plastics) MontA spots. (MIRA 13:6) IYDILAND, I.K., inzh. AZ Mechanized waterproofing using synthetic coatings. From. - stroi. 38 no.4:63-3 of cover. -71/bOo (4M 13:8) (Protective coatings) (Waterproofing) a MELAND, I.F., inzh. Latticnd aluminum geodesic dome with a span of 48 m. Yont. i spets. rab. v stroi. 21 no.10:27-30 0 '61. (FURA 14:10) 1. Institut Orgstroy Ministerstva stroitel'stva USSFISR. (Aluminum, Structural.) (Roofs, Shell) Womes) S/051/63/014/002/018/026 E039/EI2O .AUTHOR: Eydel'berg, M.I. TITIES Luminescence in castor oil under the influence of an alternating voltage PERIODlCAL*. Optika i spektroskopiya, v.14, no.2, 1963, 299-300 TEXT: For this investigation a normal electro-luminescence condenser is used with an Interelectrode distance of 0.04 mm. The voltage is supplied from a 3r -lo (3G-10) audio-generator with a step-up transformer and light intensities measured using a ep3~f-19M (FEU-19M) photomultiplior. The castor oil is purified by filtering hot. An the voltage in increased bright transient luminescent spots appear. These disappear as the voltage is increased and weak stable luminescent spots are observed, the intensity of which increases with strength and frequency of the electric field. With further increase in voltage yellow sparks occur at the breakdown potenti&l. The dependence of intensity on voltage is given by: 1/2 B B exp (- b/U 0 the slope of which in independent of frequency. As the frequency Card 1/2 Luminesce S/051/63/014/002/018/026 nce in dastor oil under E039/E120 is increased the intansify approaches a saturation value (at more than 20 Kc/s). The threshold voltage is independent of frequency between about 2 Kc/s to 20 Kc/s but shows a sharp increase for frequencies less than 2 Kc/s. Luminescence is not stimulated by a constant field right up to breakdown (more than 1000 V). There appears to be a resemblance between this effect and auto-electronic', emission in M90. The average field, however, is insufficient to cause electron emission. As the luminescence occurs at points the potential barrier cannot be uniform over the whole electrode surface. This may be due to surface roughness or impurities. The investigation of this effect in continuing. There are 2 figures. SUBMITTED: January 9, 1962 1 Card 2/2 L ACCESSION NR: AP4011490 5/0051/64/016/001/0097/0901 AMOR: E~qSVbsrgq,M.I.__ TITLE: Cathode flash of galvanoluminescence of an anodic oxide film on aluminum in diethyl phthalate SOURCE: Optika I spektroskopiya, v.16, no.1, 1964, 97-101 TOPIC TAGS: cathode f lash, galvanoluminescence, aluminum oxide. aluminum oxide 1u-. minescence, diethyl phthalate, electroluminescence, memory effect, surface recombi- nation ABSTRACT: It is known that Incident to passage of an electric current through an electrolytic cell one electrode of which is made of aluminum there is observed emis- sion of radiation from the aluminum, which Is attributed to electroluminescence of the anodic oxide film on the Al (A.W.Smith, Canad.J.Phys.37,591,1959; Z.Ruziewicz, Bull.Acad.Polon.Sci.3-4,537,1956). When the cell in connected in opposite polarity (Al in the anode) there is observed an anode glow, the Intensity of which decays with '4ime. Reversal of the electric field in the cell gives rise to a brief cathode flash. In the present work the variation In the amplitude of the cathode flash was Cordl/3 .ACC.NRS AP4011490 investigated an a function of the time elapsed after cutting off the back voltage. The electrolytic cell used in the experiments was similar to an electraluminescence capacitor, one electrode of which was oxide coated aluminum. the other a glass plate with a conducting layer of tin dioxide an the inner side. The space between the olectrodes was filled with diethyl phthalate (Oro 3.5 x 10-8 cm-1 ohm-1). In the first experiments the aluminum electrode was technical grade aluminum oxidized in glycerol by passage of current. In a second series of experiments the electrode was an already oxidized aluminum film from a commercial capacitor. The light output was detected by an FUU-19H photomultiplier; the amplified output signal was displayed on an MPO-2 oscillograph. It was found that the amplitude of the cathode flash increwm as a result of "rest", i.e., with increase of time after cutting off the back vol- tage. The application of the "forward" voltage results in a current surge. followed by a minimum corresponding to the cathode flash, then the current rises to a maximum and again falls off. The current fluctuation and flash are not repeated when the for- ward voltage is reapplied immediately, but the effect does occur again it a rest pe- riod intervenes. It is concluded an the basis of analysis of the experimental-re- sulte that the cathode flash mechanism Is'assoolated with surface recombination. $'I take this opportunity to express my gratitude to N.A.Liebedev for his interest in 2/3 Card ACC.NH: AP4011490 the work and discussion of the results." Or1g.art.has: I formula and 4 figures. ASSOCIATIONt none SUBMITTED: 04Apr63 DATE ACQs*l4lPeb64 NML: 00 SUB CODE: 'PH NR R17 SOV: 004 OnMR: 007 3/3 Card ACCESSION NR: AP4043012 S/0051/64/017/002/0244/0249 AUTHORt Eydellbergo M. I. TITLE: Galvanoluminescence of an anode oxide film on aluminum in diethylphthalate SOURCE: Optika i spektroskopiya, v. 17# no. 2j 1964, 244-249- TOPIC TAGS: electrolytic cell anocle, luminescence, aluminum, di- ethylphthalate, anode polarization :.ABSTRACT: In view of recent interest in phenomena occurring-ifi-Ithe i- boundary layer between the electrolyte and the oxide in an electric,1.',:q' cell, and in the effect of this boundary layer on galvanolumines- I cence, the author has investigated the effect of reverse connection oi,an electrolytic cell with organic electrolyte (diethylphthalate) ],-Y'on the cathode flash and of the forward connection on the flar UP of anode glow; e aluminum anode was in the form of comerci:-11y Th 1/2 12621___%~s FW /D)T (1) /W? (M) /L07 (C /N~ (t) lFn/rn (b) 4 /W11 (b Pr,..h M.0 JD S/0051/64/017/003/0426/0430 ACCESSION NR: -AP4044856 AUTHORt Bydellberg,_J&A~.I.&~p TITLE: Effect of conductivity of the mediujm on the elect-rolumin-p-s-...- cence of an anode oxide fil on- A1=1num, 7-n SOURCE: Optika i spektroskopi~at v-17, no. 3, 1964, 426-430 TOPIC TAGS: electroluminescence, luminescence, luminescence quench- ing, electrolyte,.aluminum oxide, electric conductivity -ABSTRACT-.- ---In--.o differences between: the f lareup---1, rder -to- interpret,-- and quenching-times of aluminum oxide films in various dielectrics, the author made a study of tbe4lifluence of the conductivity of the medium on the kinetics of electroluminescence of an anode oxide film on aluminum witb increasi'rig conductivity of the liquid in the elec- trolytic cell* The electrolytic cell consisted of a glass cuvette filled with organic,liquid and had two electrodes: aluminum foil from!' -- --------- L 126:20-65~' !Accr.SSION NR: AP.4044856 capacit~)r, and .-a coating of tranqparent conducting an electrolytic itin dioxide. The electrodes were separated by mica 0.25 mm thick* ~'The remainder of the apparatus was described by the author in an earlier paper (Opt. i spektr. v. 16, 97, 1964) dealinq with Elie elec-i I V_ 11 troluminescence of an anode oxide film on aluminum in diethyl phtha- iaLe. The results show that with increasing conductivity of the .electrolyte the amplitudelof thecathode flare increases, thin, de- jexcitation time decreases, and an anode flare is generated and grows. !The-results point to the conclusion that with increasing conductiv- lity of the medium the parameters of the direct and reverse electro- !luminescence approach those characterizing electroluminescence in :aqueous solutions of electrolytes. The electroluminescence develops !in the oxide film of the metalo but since this type of,clectrolumin- - n d with the flow of current through i'esce ce in very-closely connecte !the oxide filmi the conductivity,of medium And the presence of a 'double electric layer on, the boundary between the oxide film and the ;Iiquid must be taken into accoui-it in the interpretation of the 1u- lCord 2 /3 L 36432-66 - EWT(M)/FWP(t)/MI IJP(c) JD ACC NRs AP6015431 SOURCE CODES UR/0051/66/020/005/086610873 -71 AMICILI Eydel'berg, M. 1. ORGI none TITLES Polarization phenomena in the electroluminO30enoe of anodic oxide films SOURCE: Optika i spektroskopiyap v. 20, no. 50 1966g 866-873 TOPIC TAGS1 anode polarization, electroluminescence, semiconducting film, optic brightness ABSTRACTS An adsorption model of the anodic polarization of a semiconducting oxide film is vresented and used to account for electroluminescence polarization phenomena describea by the author in an earlier article (Opt. i spektr. 179 2449 1964). In addition, the dependence of the cathodic peak height of brightness waves is studied as a function of the voltage bias in various media (diethyl phthalate, diethyl phthalate ethanol mixture, ethanol, acetic acid). The position of this peak is determined by the adsorptive capacity of the semiconducting oxide film, phenomena of storage and re- generation of anodic polarization, and the magnitude of the applied voltage. The mod- el of anodic polarization accounts for both the phenomena established earlier and the performed experimentss but it requires further refinements If more accurate quantita- tive relationships are desired. Orig. art. bass 5 figuress I tables and 13 formulas. SUB CODE: 20/ SUBM DAM OlMar65/ ORIG REFS 003 card 1/1 -Qu3 UDC: 535-376 USSR/Chemical Technology Chemical Products and Their Application. Silicates. Glass. Ceramics. Binders, 1-9 Abet Journal: Referat Zhur - Mximiya, No lgr 1956~ 62297 Author: Bogoroditskiy, N. P., Polyakova,, N. L., Kirillova, G. K., Eydellkind, A. M. Tmstitution: None Title: New Varieties of Electrotechnical Ceramics Original Periodical: Elektrichestvo, 1954, 110 7, 56-6o Abstract: Investigations of the structure of ceramics (C) have shown that they must be regarded as a complex system containing crystalline, glaBoy, amorphous and gaseous phases. It has been found that elec- tric, physical and mechanical properties of C are determined pri- marily by $their crystalli-ne phase. Studies of crystal formations have made it pcosible to divide electro--zeramics in 3 groups: polycrystals-dielectrics with high or scmewbat decreased dielec- tric properties (presence or absence of relaxation polar´┐Żzation); Card 1/2 15(2) SOV/72-59-1 1 -10/1 AUTHORS: Bogoroditskiy, - IT.-P., Polyak-ova, 11. L., E~rdel I kind -4. I.A., Prokhvatilov, V. Go, Petrova, V. P. TITLE: Wollastonite Raw Materials for the Ceramics Industry PERIODICAL: Steklo i keramika, 1959, Nr 11, PP 32-33 (USSR) ABSTRACT: In the Tadzhikskaya and Uzbekskaya SSRf rich deposits of this mineral have recently been found. Wollastonite CaO-SiO 2 consists of 48.25% CaO and 51-75% S102- As can' be seen f:.-om the paper t;- Do So Belyankin, V. V. Lapin, 11. No Toropov (Footnote 1), K. K. Kolobova in 1941 investigated the system CaO-SiO 2* Wollastc-n--'..- has hitherto not been used in Soviet industry. The aujhor3 of the present paper.st.ildied the wollaotonite rocks of the follc-.-r1,-,j three deposits: Kansay (Tafthikshaya SSR), Lyangar (UzbekskayaSS'D' and Kalkkitekhdasskiy (Leningrad oblast'). According to the paperc by M. Z. Kantor, V. P. Petrov (Footnote 2), this rock contains small quantities of diopsideg garnet, quartz, and calcite. The chortical analysis of the wollastonite rocks of the three deposits is given Card 1/2 in table 1. The results of the radiographical and microscopical Wollastonite Rwit Materials for the Ceramics Industry SOV/72-59-11-10/la investigations, as well as the investigation of the electric conductivity, are listed in table 2 for natural wolla3tonitc, and in table 3 for synthesized wollastonite. Table 1 shows the dependence of the inclination tangent of the dielectric losses on the burning temperature of the raw naterials. Figures 2-5 show microphotographs of wollastonite rocks and synthesized wollastorite, while figures 6-8 show X-ray pictures of these wollastonites. Furthermore, the electric and physico-mochanical properties of radioceramic materials made of wollaotonite are given. FiGure represents the results of comparative examinations of the heat resistance of samples of steatite material and wollastonite. As can be seen from these results, the heat resistance of the .vollastonite samples is much higher. Investigations showed that the wollastonite rocks from the Kansay and Lyangar deposits can be used as a raw material for the production of electrotechnical and other types of ceramics. There are 9 figures and 3 references, 2 of which are Soviet. Card 2/2 IOLYAKOVA, N.L.; SHOLIN, P.P.;- IOTDILIKIIM, A.M. Ironless talcites from the Kirgitoy deposits. Stek. i ker. 17 n0-9:28-33 3 160. (MIRA 13:9) (Talc) 'RA'RABANOV, N.V., imnd. takhn. nauk; ITIBLIKIND, LSh., lnzh. Improving the repair of ship hull3. Sudostroanie 25 no.7:4,0-43 Jl '59. (MIRA 12:12) (Ships--Maintenance and repair) GUNDOBIN, A.A., in2h.; EYDELIKIND, L.Sh., inzh. I - Plans for welded structures for the repair of riveted ships. Sudo- stroenie 27 no-12:52-55 D 161. (MIRA 15:1) (Ships--Maintenance and repair) 1. EYDELIKIND, S.G. 2. USSR (600) 4. Stomach - Diseases 7. Therapeutic action of mineral waters of Sokolovogorskly spring In various diseases of the gastro-intestinal tract. Klin.med. 30 no.8, 1952. 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, Jan"arY -1953. Unclassified. EYDELIKINDO Sins Grigorlyevna Medical Action of Mineral Water (Sokolovogorskogo) Spring on Diseases of the Stomach. (Uloarous disease, gastrics) Dissertation for candidate of Medical Science degree. Chair of Propaedeutical Internal Diseases (head, Prof. I.1. Tavetkov) and 2nd Clinical Hospital, Saratov Medical Institute,, 1956 EYDELIKIND, S.G., assistent (5~se of hemochromatosis. Kaz. med. zhur. no. 4:58-59 JI-Ag 160. (MIRA 13:8) Is Iz kafedry gospitallnoy terapii (zav. - prof. L.S. Shvarts) Saratovskogo meditainskogo inatituta. (IIEMOCHROMATOSIS) FRAYNT, I.S., inzhL~YDELIMAN, A.M., inzh. Experience with machinery for removing and assembling molds. Stroi. i dor mash. 7 no.6:27 Je '62. (MIRA 15:7) (Minsk-Precast concrete) SALIMMAYEVp Kh.S.; BOCbANOVp A.N..-. ZAKHIDOV-, T.Z.p akademik, red.; TER- 4- NOVSWA, R.M,O, red.; EYDELIMANt A.S.# red.; YJIWAYEVAt Kh.U.t tekhn. red. [Fauna of the Uzbek S.S.R.1 Fauna Uzbekskoi SSR. Tashkentq lzd-vo Akad. nauk Uzbekskoi SSR. Vol.~. [Birds] Ptitsy. Pt.e. 1961. 271 p. (MIRA .14:9) Is Akademlya nauk Uzbekskoy SSR (for 7.-kbidov). (Birds) BONDARENIKO, O.N.; XTKOV, A.Ya.; VVEDENSKIY, A.I.; DRODOV, V.P. (deceased]; ZAYvlqOV, K.Z.; KOVALEVSICAYA, S.S.; LII-CHEVSI-'IY, I.A.; I"ABIYEV, N.M.; PAZIY, V.K.; iMUKOVA, 0.1.; CMTEVA, O.V.; KOXVIN, Ye.P., aknC.p-red.; MUZAFAROV, A.M., akad., red.; EYDELI~Wl, A.S, red.; RAIODWOVA, M.D., red.; GORIKOVAYA, Z.F., tekhn. re [Flora of Uzbeklslan) Flora Uzbekistana. Taslikenty 1--d-vo Akad. nauk Uzbekiskoi SSR. V01-5. 1961. 666 p. (1-URA 15-3) (UzbekiBtnn--DJcotyladons) ISLAMBEKOV, R.K.; TURAKUloGVI Ya.Kh.9 doktor biol. naukq otv. red.; EYDELIMAV, A.S., red.; KARABAYEVA, Kh.U., tekhn. red. (Clinical zzorphological study of ondomic goitor using radio- active iodinej Kliniko-morfologicheskoe issledovanie endemi- cheskogo, zoba s primeneniem radioaktivnogo ioda. Tashkent, Izd-vo Akad. nauk Uzbekskoi SSR, 1961. 195 p. (MIRA 15:7) (TASHIMIT P-ROVIEGE--GOITER) (IODDIF,-ISOTOPES) SHULITS; V.L., prof., doktor geogr. nauk, otv. red.; EiDELIMMI, A.S., red.; KARABAYEVA, Kh.U.., tekhn. red. (Fedchenko Glacierllednik Fedchenko. 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I ~ (Glassmaking in Central Asia in ancient times and the medieval ages] Steklodelie Srednei Azii v drevnosti i srednevekovle. Tasl&ent, Izd-vo All UzSSR, 1963. 239 p. (MIRA 17:3) 1. Akademiya nauk BSSR (for Bezborodov). KHAKUDKHANOV, M.Z., otv. red.; EYDELIMAN, A.S., red.; GORIKOVAYA, Z.P., tekhn. red. (Problems of power engineerings automatic control, mechanical and mining enginoering] Voprosy energetiki, avtomatiki, mekhaniki i gornogo dela. Tashkent, Izd-vo AN Uzb.SSR, 1962. 244 p. (MIRA 17:1) 1. Akademiya nauk Uzbekskoy SSR, Tashkent. Otdeleniye tekh- nicheskikh nauk. 2. Chlen-korrespondent AN Uzb.SSR (for Khamudkhanov). ISHCHENKO, T.M.; SLONIM, Yu*M., kand.fiz,-matem.nauk, otv.red.; EYDELIMAN, A.S.? red.; KARABAYEVA, Kh.U., tekhn.red. (Some eclipsing binary starn in constellations Cypnus, Lacerta, and Cephew;. ) Nekotoryo zatemnannye dvoinye zvezdy v sozvezdiiakh Lebedia., Iaahcherity i Tsefeia. Tashkent, Izd-vo A-kad. nauk Uzbekskoi SSR, 1963. 102 p. (Tashkent. 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(MIRA 17:11) FAZYLOV, Kh.F.,- GRD4EVICII, G.A., doktor tekhn. nauk, otv. red.; EYDELIMAII, A.S.y red. , ", ~ [Methods for mode calculations of electrical systems; for a unifiod calculational algoritiml Metody rezhirjwkh ras- chetov elektricheskikh sistem; c edinomu algorltmiu rasche- tov. Tashkent, Nauka, 1964. 9~ P. (MIRA 18:2) NABIYEV., M.N., akademik; IBRAGIMOVA, U.I.; IL'YASOV, A.I.; RUBO, V.M.; NOVIKOVAI F.V.; GLAGOLEV, Ye.D.; GLAGOLEVA, A.F.; EYDEL'MAN, A.S., red. (Liquid mixed fertilizers produced by treating phosphates with nitric acid] Zhidkie slozhnye duobreniia na osnove azotnokislotnoi pererabotki fosfatov. Tashkent, lzd-vo "Naukall UzSSR, 1965. 402 p. (MIFA 18: 8) 1. AN UzbekSSR (for Nabiyev). 2. lnstitut khimii AN UzbekSSR (for Ibragimova). 3. Chirchiskiy elektrokhimicheskiy kombinat (for Illyasov. - &. a & a a aa 4 a8 a6 6 It 4 0.00 9Is IF0ww 0 * 0 0 0 0 6 * 0 0 * 096 0,6,00-66 000 0 #0 0 0 o- 4100490 4f a .it 11 Is Is it Is 6 it is to )1 12 a " h16 27 ait 1. 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Title Causes of Emulsification of Naphthalene Oil Orig Pub: Koko i khimiya., 1956, No 4, 53-54 Abstract: A study was made of the effect of various admix- tures in the naphthalene oil, and an analysis was also made of the emulsion which is formed in large amounts on shaking with alkali. The investigations revealed that formation of emul- sion is due to Fe, which is formed as a result of corrosion of the equipment, when its content in the oil exceeds 0.01%. In order to prevent C ard 11*2 65-58-2-8/21 AUTHORS: Bendik, A'T. and~g~ ~A.~e- TITLE: Testing of an Automatic Gas Analyser for the Determination of Benzole Hydrocarbons in Coke Oven Gas (Ispytaniye avto- maticheskogo gazoanalizatora. dlyaopredeleniya benzollnykh uglevodorodov v koksovom gaze) PMMODICAL; Koks i Khimiya, 1958, Vr 2, PP 38-40 (USSR) ABSTR&CT: A gas analyser of the type OP-3301, developed by the GSKB PGA. (Leningrad State Union Design Bureau for Instruments) was tested. The instrument was based on the ability of benzole hydrocarbons to absorb ultra-violet radiation (230 - 270 mu) proportionally to their concentration. The principle of operation of the instrument is shown in Fig.l. It was found during testing that an extremely careful purification of the gas is necessary otherwis *e the indications of instrum~ents are considerably too high. Despite most careful purification of gas, a continuous shift of zero point to higher values was observed, caused by hydrocarbons precipitating on the windows of the absorption vessel. There are 3 figures and 2 tables. ASSOCIATION: Zaporozhskiy koksokhimicheskiy zavod (Zaporozhlye Coke Oven Works) AVAILABLE: Library of uongress Card 1/1 1, Gas analyzers - Dejign 2. Gas analyzers - Test results 3. Gasus - Analysis - Equipment