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_L 4(-oog-66 Dn(l) ARU029452 SOURCE CODE: UR/0169/66/000/005/DOOI/DOOI- rZ AUTHOR: KOZIOV, M. Shapoval, L. I. TITLE: Principles of the disposition of a network of deep observation wells on the territory of the Belorussian SSR SOURCE: Ref. zh. Geofizika, Abe. 5D4 REF SOURCE: Sb. Materialy 1-y fauchn. konferentsii m2l~~~ Belorussii. Minsk, 1965 -148 147 TOPIC TAGS: geophysical exploration, Belorussian geostructure A BSTRACT: In establishing a network of exploration wells within the territory o! the Belorussian SSR the basic criteria used were geostructural elements which' were at the same time large hydrogeological units. Such geostructural eleme in the west are the Belorussian Massif and the adjacent Brest and sub-Baltic depressions, and in the east the Moscow and Pripyat' basins. In determining JAp location of wells within the individual hydrogeological regions, hydrodynamic, hydrochemical, geothermal, and gas characteristics of the different abyssal layers were taken into account. M. Konychev. [Translation of abstract] [SPI SUB TDE: 08/ P - Card 1 UDC: 550.9(476) FADEYEVA, M.V. Formation of the cone of a trough of underground waters in the area of an acting water intake near the river. Dokl. AN BSSR 9 no.3:180-182 Mr 165. (MIRA 18:6) 1. Institut geologicheskikh nauk Gosudarstvannogo geologicheskogo koflilteta SSSR. 1, , - :- ~ _ .1 : ~. ~ ~:,e - - -~ - FA.DEyEil.A r Illf.v. , Experlence in the determination of the coefficient of seepage from the data on water intake over a period of many years. Dokl. AIN' BSSR 9 no. 4t238-239 Ap 165. 1. Institut geologicheskikh nauk Gosudarstvennogo, geologi- cheskogo, komiteta. SSSIR. Submitted March 12, 1964. S/046/60/006/02/15/019 B014/BO14 AUTHORSs Makarov, V. I.,F_4d.gAe N. A. TITLE: Wave Emission by Shell; Located in a Sound Field PERIODICALt Akusticheskiy zhurnal, 1960, vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 261-263 TEXT: Fig. 1 shows the sound field in a steel cylinder treated with ultrasonic waves in one direction (arrow). The beam is so wide that a v113 diffraction grating is formed, whose period is equal to the wavelength. The authors studied the determination of the propagation velocity of the waves from the radius of the caustic. Finally, the study of shells of different shapes is described (Figs. 2 and 3). It is shown that the meth- od described may also be used to study sound fields in complex shells. There are 3 figures and 8 references, 4 Soviet, 3 German, and 1 American. ASSOCIATION: Kafedra akustiki Moskovskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta (Chair of AooustieR nf Moscow State University) SUBMITTED: September 9, 1959 Card 1/1 S/131/60/000/04/10/015 BO15/B008 AUTHORS: Kaybicheva, U.N., Tulin, N.A., Bastrikov, N.F., Fs~d~jy~ya~, N.I. TITLE: Wall-blocks of Electric Steel-melting Furnaces From Scrap of gnesite-chromite Briokev~ PERIODICAL: Ogneupory, 1960, No. 4, Pp. 186-188 TEXT: Experiments with these wall-blocks which were carried out at the Chelyabinskiy metallurgicheskiy zavod (Chelyabinek-Metallurgiqa!_Plant) are described in the paper under review. ~~e charge was produced by crushing scrap of used magnesite-ohromite- and chrome-magnesite bricks. The chemical compo- sition of the experimental charges is given in table 1 and their granulation in table 2. Various grades of steel were smelted in the furnace with magnesite- chromite wall-blocks 'o the temperature of the metal before tapping being between 1560 and 1640 . It is stated in conclusion that the stability of the magnesite-chromite wall-blocks rammed from scrap is not inferior to that of wall-blocks made from magnesite powder. Various other furnace parts can also be produced from ground scrap of used bricks. The consumption of metallurgical Card 1/2 Wall-blocks of Electric Steel-melting Furnaces S/131/60/000/04/10/015 From Scrap of Magnesite-chromite Bricks B015/BOOB -I,/ magnesite powder may be reduced by using scrap. There are 2 tables. Card 2/2 KAYBICHEVAj M.N.; JADZYEVAP N.I.; TULINq N.A.; SHATALOVt M.I. - - I Basic refractory wastes are a valuable raw material. Metallurg 6 no. 1:18-20 161. (MIRA 14:1) 1. Vostochnyy institut ogneuporov i ChelyabinskJy metallurgiche- skiy zavod. (Refractory materials) Z~A 9 N. I* Some results of testing perennial lawn grasses. TrudT ALIMS-At,bot, GadA 5:132-150 060, (KM 13s6) (Alms-Ata-Grasses) (Lawns) KAYBICHEVA, M. N.; FADEYEVA N I Prinimali uchastiye: KO-SOUPOV, P 1~ V. I.; MIKRAYLOV V. S. Ye. F.; GII;~~u. ~F.;tD'R*FSVYAVfKIN, P Studying conditiona of vervdca and the character of roof failure in electric steel amelting furnaces. Trudy Vost. inst. ogneup. no.2tl0l-II7 160. (MIRA 16:1) Electric furnaces-Maintenance and repair) Refractorjr mterials-Testing) ~ DVOYENOSOV, Dzhon Vladimirovich; ZAMYATIN, Valeriy Mikhaylovich; SNESHKO, Yuriy Ivanovich; FADEYEVA, N.N.,, kAnd. tekhn. nauk, red.; GODINER, F.Ye., red.; SORKIN, M.Z., tekhn. red. (Loads acting on a glider in flight] Nagruzki, deistvu- iushchie na planer v polete. Moskva, Izd-vo DOSAAF, 1963. 138 P. (MIRA 16:8) (Gliders (Aeronautics)) lkt' 11-2) z ye V19 /V /01 I USSR/Microbiology - General Microbiology. F-I Abs Jour Ref Zhur - Biol., No 3) 1958) 9777 Author Bekker, Z.E., Ostroukhov, A.A., Smirnova, A.D., Kosheleva, N.A., FadeeyD_-NTP-.- Inst Title Growth Manifestations in Submerged Cultures of Peninillium Chrysogenum Thom. Orig Pub Antibiotiki, 1956, 1, No 3, 4o-47 Abstract Mycelial cells of P. chrysogenum Q 176 in a spbmerged cul- ture on a Stoun and Farrel medium in a 1000 liter appara- tus with mixing at 200 rpm and aeration of 1 volume of air per volume of medium per minute, undergo very characteris- tic transformation during cultivation, which may be provi- sionally represented in the form of 6 growth phases. The I phase: germination of conidia (begins in 13-24 hours from the time conidia are inoculated in the nutrient me- dium). Conidia svell and form one or several growth tubes. Card 1/4 USSR/Microbiology - General Microbiology. Abs Jour Ref Zhur - Biol., No 3) 1958, 9777 F-1 The second stage-- from IV to VI growth phases-- is cha- racteristic of reduction and a prevalence of dissimila- tion of reserve substances. The second stage of develop- ment is chiefly connected with the process of penicillin formation. Results of observations on development of pe- nicillin production in a submerged culture are used for microscopic control of fermentation in production. Card 4/4 with the Od at wal.Wly tfdatO4 awlgens. SAo 1. H. Uphicir, msil N. P.~ Fadep"a (AR.Unloll So. Rtirarch 23, VM-D hist. Antlillotto, OWM,w-sufj%urfao cultuirel In 11 11mixe of Actillolly. coe3 yiddA the tll%t eff-octil't widgetis altar ~xptfskw to tiltn4otsic vibTallons (74U,O.Gk~ cy';le.!I~.LO, sirill,kic:11 W"'ju. wCA it) Auly, (11;:;f: of klltf~ti;t ,,L,10;~~, i., flip, t,,,k var:,Wo %Vrrtl Allinmilyi,cs J Vont.0ci, A. 9 blol it j, 2 s t ra i 11 S; '. I . ci j I P.."ja r it- lo S. vivlacettsl and S. fradia 'L '-A F;:77 I C-V rSSR/ Microbijlo:-Y. General F-1 Ref Zhur -- Biul., No 6, lljc~8, 2111)r-2 Author SolovI-yevq N. K., Rudaya, S. M., Tayg, M. M., Fa- Inst :-N6t--given Title Morphologo-Cultural and Antagonistic Properties of Verticillate Actinomycetes. Orig Pub: Antibiotiki, 1957, 2, No 2, 21-26 Abstract: Eighty-five verticil culture5 of actinomycetes were studied, isolated chiefly from soils of Pamir. On the basis of the verticillate character of the cul- tures studied, they are divided into 2 groups; cul- tures with straight and arranged into verticillate (primary and secondary) sporidtfera; cultures with spiral sporifera arranged In verticils. Vertl- cillate cultures with straight sporodifera occur Card PSqR/ Microbiolo;~y. General MlcroUl,_-Iloity F-1 `1 Abs Jour: Ref Zhur - Biol., No 6, l9r-8, 24052 Abstract: considerably more frequently. The majority of the cultures of the first group are related to Actin- omyces verticillatus, some cultures are considered as varieties of these species. Cultures of the second group are related to A. circulatus and Streptomyces reticuli. One strain (67) is con- sidered a variety of' S. rubrireticuli. Cultures with straight sporodifera exert a specific anti- funga action on Candida albicans. Verticil cul- tures with spiral sporodifera either express their antagonism against Candida albicans but weakly, or it is totally absent. Many verticle cultures of the first group inhibit growth (in vitro) of Try- chophyton crateriforme, Microsporon lanosum and Achorion schonleini. C a r d 2/2 FADRYNTA, N.P.; RAUTINSHTOW, Ya.I.; WPIM. I.Ye. Bffect of ultrasound on certain actinophagoo and bacterlophages. Mikrobiologita 28 no-3:391-396 My-Je '59. (MIRA 1323) 1. Institut mikrobiologii AN SSSR i Institut biofiziki AN SSSR. (ULTRASONICS, off. on actinophages & bacteriophages (Ras)) (ACTINOMTCBS actinophages, off. of ultrasonics (Ras)) (BACT]IRIOPRAGIR actinophages & bacteriophages, eff. of ultra- sonics (Hus)) FADM,VA, N.P,-,, ZLIPINM, I.Te. Ilffect of ultrasonic waves on Azotabacter chroococcum. Mikrobiologiia 28 no.4:488-489 JI-Ag 159. (MIRA 12:1.2) 1. Institut biologichookoy fiziki AN SSSR. (ULTRASONIC$ off.) (AZOTOVACTKR radiation off.) FADEYEVA, N.P.j RAUTENSHTEYNI Yaj.; ELIPUER, I.Ye. Adsorptiot of actinophages by actinomycetes susceptible to them. Hikrobiologiia 29 nov3;3,88-394 My-Je 160. (MIRA, 13:7) 1, Institut mikrobiologii AN SSSR i Institut biofiziki AN SSSR. (ACTINOMYCES) (BACTERIOPHAGE) RAUTENSHTEYN, Yn. I.; FADEYEVA, ?1.__P.; ELIPINER, I. Ye. Possibility of obtaining nonlysogenic variants from lysogenic cultures of actinomycetes using ultrasonics. Mikrobiolo iia 30 no.31441-446 MY-Je 161. (MIRA 15:75 1. Institut mikrobiologii AN SSSR i Institut biofiziki,. AN SSSR, Moskya. (ULTRASONIC WAVES-PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT) (ACTINMrCE:S) 39~21 S11 94/62 000/034/062/105 D295/.D306 A U2 i i OR 3 El I piner, I. Ye. and Hautenshteyn, Ya. I. TIT1a: The influence of, ultrasonic waves or, t.'-e developmenl; of actinomycetes PERIODICAL: Referativriyy zhurnal, Avt*o.%-ia--.ikU i radiou1c..'r.tron4LIka, no. 4, 1962, abstract 4-5-37a (Nikrobiolot,:,,iya, 30, no. 5, 1961, 849-854) TEXT: The results are -iven of a st-ady of the j-,,ability of z;)ores of actinomycetes under the influence of ultrasonic waves on tr1e .rate of growth of spores of sound irradiatio.n. 1. olivaceus - 132 spores a;Ze comparatively st-able under thie accz-on of ultura- o sound of 20 W/=4 intensity at a frequency of 65o kc/s; a notice- able decrease of the growth of spores occurs after -6hey -h-ave been irradiated in the dark for 10 - 20 min. 2. irr,,~diated s-oores --row U. more sl6wly in comparison with non-irrada-ed o-es, 3. In cul-~ures -grown out of irradiated spores or fragmen-~s of Mycelium, i.-. t1n.e Card 112 The influence of D295/-j3j6 first 24 hours' growth, the occurrence o :.-,y cc-, u- a 'ar6e ber of thickened lateral shoots is observed, was never ob- served in control experiments. 4. Cultures :TrOU':I 3LIZ of irradia-.ed C. spores or mycelium fragments differ from co ntrol cui-,urcs by a n1g,her accumulation of biomass and for a more du'aycd oasja-e to U autolysis. /-,kbstracter's note: Complete translatLio.-._7 Card 2/2 RAUTP.NSHTEPI, Ya.l.; FARYEVA, N.P. Lysoganic conversiom or citrate resistance In Actinomyces venevise-lae. Dokl. All 161 no.f):1441-1443 Ap 165. (MIRA 18:5) 1. Institut mikroblologif AN SSSR. Sutmitted July 28, lqO4. 62522-65 ACONSSION HH: AP5o16W2 UR/0220/65/0341003/oWO449 AMHOR: Solovtyevap H,, Yao; !,.mdeyevap N. ~*,* Hautenshteyno Yao le;~& B11pinerp I, Xeo TITLE: Characteristics.of the Induced effect of UV irradiation and ultrasonics on a lyaogenio Dzalaa strain 8004 culture SOURCE: Mlkrobiologi7a# V* 341 noo 39 1965# W-449 TOPIC TAGS: fungus# actinomycetess ultraviolet irradiation# ultrasonic vibration# lysist phage ABSTRACT: In a series'of experlmentes, lysogenio oultures of A I at,strain 8004 and-control culture strains were ad WUV expos IrrftdlUtion and ultrasonle.,vibration to compare effects on induced phage formation and libevation, Suspensions of Aptrfr a spores and 5P 69 and 20 hr old mycelium were UV irradiatba y-three BUV-l~ lam_ps (wave length 2537 ex%stromar focal length 50 cr-, 65.76 ergs/ for Periods up to 5 min. Por ultrasonic vibration of d d 10 cultures, a piezoquartz generator (700 ko/as 15 watt/cME7 was Periods up to 45 min# with continuous cooling of cultures 62572:~65 ION NR: Ap5ol6W 01 ~d= vibration* Following UVArradiation and ultrasonic vibration# the cultures were trwisferred to columns and incubated at 270o Culture samples-were talmn at regular intervalsJup to 24 hrs) and centrifuged for 30-40 min at 2500 rpn to determine the number of liberated phages In the supernatant and Induced phage formation by difference In experimental and control titem. Findings show that the number of phage partialea spontaneously liberated by a lysogenio culture of Agto frAdiAp 8004 depends on the maturity of the inoculated EWer1W'*- With spores and 5-8 hr old myceliump an appreciable number-of-mature-phage partiolea Is liberated# approachinE 100-10Y units/ml in some cases* With 20 hr old myceliump the number ,of spontaneously liberated phages is generally smaller, Thus# the formation of mature phage particles In lysogenio cultures is largely the-result of iung mycelium lysinge Both spores and 20 hr old mycelium of 8004 are affected by UV and ultrasonics# liberating 3,41 a as many pWe particles as found In control -,,.Aculturos, OrIgs arti.has: . 10 figures arA 1 tables ASSOCIATION: Instittit -idkroblologil, AN SSSR- (Microbiology Inatituteg All i.,Y4939R); Institut btofisild AN. .,(aoq4Aa6-.WUtut*q AN SM) Aw. ... I -'-, I * 9 ~- W~~Mut 11 " G _a~~ -.1-1 ;1.: - , , ; 1, - - IT-I~-,2~.'~~: . I j-.. - '~n:' rn (x.,R~, -lits) PREOBRAZHENSKIY, V.S.; FAEBMA, W.V.; KUKHINA. L.I.; TOMILOV. G.K.; KURZAYEV, X.M., doit'or geografs'naukp; TUGARINOV. D.No, red.izd-ye; KARKOVICH, S.G., [Types of landscape and natural zones of the Buryat A.S.S.R.] Tipy mestnosti i prirodnoe raionirovanis Buriatakoi ASSR. Kookva, Izd-vo Akad.nauk SM. 1959. 215 P. (KIRA 12:6) 1. Sotrudniki Instituta geografii Akademii nauk SSSR (for Proobrashonakly, ladoyevs, Mukhina, Tomilov). (Buryat-Kongolia--Physical geography) LIONTITIV, N.Y.; HUMM, L.I.; OLTUNIM. T.N.; PRIOBRLZHINSKIT, V.S.; FAMMA, X. V. Now concepts on the orograpby of Transbailmll Izv.AN SSM Ser.geog. no.4:82-88 JI-Ag 160. 1337) 1. Institut geogmfli AN SSSR. (Transbalkslia-Movatains) FADEYEVA, N. V. Cand Geog Sci - (diss) "Selenginskoye meso-mountains. (Physico- geographic characteristics)." Moscow, Pub. Moscow Univ, 1961. 19 pp; (Ministry of Education RSFSR, Moscow State Peda ogical Inst imeni V. I. Lenin); 200 copies; price not given; M, 6-61 sup, 201) PRECBRA.ZANSKIY, V.S.; FADEYEVA, N.V.; YIUKHINA, L.I. Taking into account heat and moisture correlatiori in conducting studies for making medium-scale maps of landforms. Izv. AN SSSR. Sere geog. no. 4:104-110 Jl-Ag 161. (MIRA 14:7) 1. Institut geografti AN SSSR. (Atmospheric temperature) (Landforms) (Humidity) MUKHT11A, L.I.; XADEYEVA, N.V. The Fifth All-Union Conference on the Study of Landforms. Izv. AN SSSR. Ser. geogs no.6:157-162 11-D 161. (MIRA 14:12) (Landforns- Conmoseas) J~ADgEVA, Natal 'ya.,Vasil'yevna;. BUYMITUYEV, B-R., otv. red.; RAZAROV2 D.B.) otv. red.; RUTKOVSKAYA, Z.A., red.izd-va; BATOTSYRENOVA, D.B., tekhn. red. [Central mountains of the Selenga Basin; natural conditions and regionalization) Selenginskoe Brednegorte; prirodnye usloviia i raionirovanie. Ulan-Ude, Buriatskoe knizhnoe izd-vo,, 1963. 169 p. (MIRA 16-12) (Selenga Valley-Natural resources) -FADEYEVA, V.V.; KHOREV, B.S. The Second $cientific Conferenoe of the Geographers of Siberia e Par-East. Izv. AIN SSSR. Ser.geog. n6.1:148-153 -Ta-P and P f63. (KM 16t2) (Siberia-Geograpby-Congresses) (Soviet Far Eaist~Geography-Congresses) KOZLOV, I.V.; FADEYEVA, N.V., retsenzent; FILIPPOVIGH, L.S., retsenzent; RASSADINA, A.P.v red.; RODIOIIOVA, F.A., red. (Pictures of the nature of our motherland; reader on the physical geography of the U.S.S.R.] Kartiny prirody na- shei Rodiny; kniga dlia chteniia po fizicheskoi geografii SSSR. Moskva, lzd-vo "Prosveshchenle," 1964. 271 p. (MIRA 17:7) ,eografii All .333SH (for 1. Nauchr*rye sotrudniki Instituta p I Fadeyeva, Filippovich). FADL'YKVAv N.V.; SAMOYLOVAp G.So Likenesses and differences of landforme of the intermontans steppe depressions of the Altai and Transbaikalia. Vest.Mosk. unaper.5: Geog. 20 no-4143,~-50 JI-Ag 165. (MIRA 18122) 3 .L. Institut geografii AN SSSR I Kafedra. fizicheskoy geografili SSSR Moskovskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. Submitted September 15, 1964. lafABAS, I.M. [deceased]; FADETEVA, O.A. Studies of purified tetanus anatoocin based on agar precipitation. Biul. eksp. biol. i med. 47 no.4:95-99 AP '59. (MIRA 12:7) 1. Iz Nnuchno-isaledovatellslmgo instituta vaktsin i syvorotok (dir. dotsent M.P. Belov; nauchnyy rukovoditell - prof. A.V. Ponomarev), Leningmd. Predstavlena doystvitellnvm chlenom ANN SSSR G.V. Vygod- chikovym. (TWANUS, immunol. anatoxin, agar precipitation of purified prop. (Ibs)) IrJIABAS, I.M. [deceased]; KATS, I.Z.; RADEYEVA, O.A. Fractional analysis of diphtheria anataxin. NRuch. oan. proizv. bakt. prop. 10:77-90 161. (MIRA 18:7) 1. Lerlingradukly Inatitut vaktain i syvorotok. UGLEVA, A.I.; KIIABAS, I.M. [deceased); fADUZll,-O,A.; EATSY 1.Z.j TER-UlIFOU, M.Z.; ROUDESWENSKAYA, V.0. Production of purified sorbed diFhtherJ-a and tetanus ariatoxin for active immunization of chUdren. Nauch. osn. proizv. bakt.. prep. .10~100-106 161. (MTRA 18-.7~ 1. Leningradskly institut v&ktsin I syvorctok. MMMVA. L.5., SUVIRM. A.V., OXINA, Z.H., YADRUVA, 0.1., MIN, V. L. k'.~ . -. I -a Results of using geabotanical methois in hy&rogeological investigations in Chernozem regionst Trudy VAGT no.1-61-70 155. (NLU q.- il) (Phytogeography) (Chernozem soils) (Water, Underground) 1~'.1ruKiril, A. V., rAmlfuhli, Oar.. "The Problem of the Interrelation Between the Anterior Lobe of the Hypophysis and the Vjj/O## Supararenal, Cortex." Theses of the Proceedings of the Annual Scientific Sessions 23-26 March 1959 (All-Union Institute of Experimental Endocrinology) From the Laboratory of Nerve Trophism of the Institute of Physiology immeni I. P. Pavlov of the Academy of Sciences USSR (Director--Academician K. M. Bykov). BOAKUVSKAXAq Yu.A.; PADZIEVAO O.N. Methanism in developing sleep inhibition after the administration of adrenaline. Fiziol~ zhur. 47 no.7s8O6-811, JI 161. (MlItA 15:1) 1. From the Laboratory of Tropic Innervation., I.P.Pavlov Institute of Physiolo Lenin ad. 56RENALM) (SLEEP) BORK011SYMA, Yu.A.; KLI,'A,)V, 1,.K.; Changes in cerebriij circulation following adrdnistraticn of adrenaline and pituitary hormnen. Fiziol. zhur. 49 110.1' 11,82-1488 D 163. (141F%A 17:12) 1. Laboratoript flzlologii vorotativnoy nf,rvi,,r).v Sistemy i ner%-noy trofiki Instituta Nziologli im. I.P. 1'avlova I'll SSSR, Leningrad. NEDVEA0v3XIyj 0. (Syktyvkar Komi ASSR); FADEYE;VA 3 _(Kiyev); ZINGER, G. (Kiyov); - - --- 5' BORSHCHEVSKIY, Ye. (Moskovskaya 65 . ~,I~ONOVIV I.; PRUDEM, B. (Chita) From the mailbox, Mestepromoi khud. promys. 3 no.1:37 Ja 163. (MDU 16:2) 1. Sotrudnik-i Nauchno-iosledovatellskogo instituta mestnoy i toplivnoy promyshleumsti Gosplana UkrSSR (for Fadeyeva, Zinger). 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Addilkin v( NoVS04 tit flor fmth Owl JIM'. lifore) us. ri-sm,ti its 4,onwilso-tivity JIM 'Imfromoup floor uveroll potential tw( the Imill, 11% 00 oo a Ill"til .1-ro-as-too, floce.justify I( aloe 414-INOOI mul.1, jIi,k,I III- .,I eit,ee,t it., v. Im-ficil,sor is cis, on- so forts Ill, Let 144 fig sami'llifolvol billiewhe parts. toll'119116*9 (411111144.1-Coc r) LI -1) is is to It 0 if a If it 8 a see** 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000 00 00 00 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 * a 0 9 0 0 0 0 4 0 9 a I -00 .00 .0: ~60 -41141111 400 zoo 0 0 0 0 go 0 9 0 9 0 0 11111 0 0 0 0 a 0 6 6 0 a 0 SOV/1 37-57-11-22056 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1957, Nr 11, P 198 (USSR) AUTHORS: Fadeyeva, S. M. , Val' be, R. S. TITLE: Silver Plating Cutlery With Alte rnating- polarity Current (Gal'vani- cheskoye serebreniye stolovykh priborov tokom peremennoy polyarnosti) PERIODICAL: Tr. Ukr. n. -i. in-ta mestn. i toplivn. prom-sti. 1956, Nr 11, pp 126- 138 ABSTRACT: The selection of conditions for galvanic silverplatin8 with reversible current was carried out. A bath containing (in g/1 Ag 35 - 38, KCN 35 - 40, with a 2. 2-sec period for the reversal of the direction of the current, a 3. 15:1 ratio of direct to reverse current and a current density of < 1. 1-1. 5 amp/dm2, ensure the production of a bright coating witWout the addition of a brightening agent. The introduction of the above-stated method into production permitted an increase in productivity of the baths by 150-2001~6, ieduced6 the time of silver plating from 2 hours by the old method Card 1/2 to 25-30 min, and elirdi'na"tedc wire-brushing and buffing in SOV/1 57-57-11 -(-'2056 Silver Plating Cutlery With Alternating- polarity Current preparation of the article for electroplating. L. A. Card 212 SOV/123-59-i6-6461i Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Mashinostroyeniye, 1959, Nr 16, P 135 (USSR) AUTHOR: Fadeye TITLE: Galvanic Tinplating With Current of Alternating Polarity in Stannate Electrolytes PERIODICAL: Tr.N.-:4 in-ta mestn. I toplivn. prom-sti, 1958, vyp. 12, 72 - 87 ABSTRACT: Results are reported of investigations which were carried out to find out the possibilities of obtaining by electrolysis lustrous and uniform deposits of tin of substantial thickness in order to substitute the hot method by the galvanic one. It was established that such deposits are obtained in an electrolyte containing (in gram/liter): 25-35 Sn, 25-30 met~anitrobenxoic acid, 40 NaOHtota.1, 15 NaOHfree at a temperature of 90-950C. current density of 7 amp/dm2, duration of impulses: direct - 4 seconds, reverse - 0.5 sea and a continuous circulation of the electro- lyte. The tinpla *ting, depositod on a aold-rolled steel band, with a thickness of layer of 6 - 7/A is practically non-porous. The following Card 1/2 factors were determined In the investigation: The effects of current sov/123-59-.16-64611 Galvanic Tinplating With Current of Alternating Polarity in Stannate Electrolytes density and electrolytic temperature on the cathode yield per current, the effect of nitrobenzoic acid on the dispersibility of the electrolyte, and the effect of the alternating direction of the current on the cathode and anode processes. S.V.M. Card 2/2 . - -- ~ -;~ ~ -.. I i, S/081/61/000/024/050/086 B107/B110 AUTHORt Fadeyeva, S. M. TITLEs Cold chroming in a tetrachromate electrolyte PERIODICALi Referativnyy zhurnal. Khimiya, no. 24, 1961, 344, abstract 24K130 (Tr. n.-i. in-ta mestn. i toplivn. prom-sti, no. 15, 1961, 108 - 121) TEM The electrodeposition of chromium from an electrolyte of the following composition (in g11) t CrO 3 380, NaOH 60, H2SO4 0.26 - 2.5 was studied. It was found that with increasing current density the yieldattte cathode increases up to 30% and decreases to 8% with a current density of 20 a/dm 2 if the temperature of the solution is increased to 65 OC. The effect of additions of organic substances MgSO 49 CaSO4 and the effect of the Cr3+ concentration on the yield and the quality of the deposit were studied, The hardness of the chromium coatings is reduced from 397.5 to 2 2 264 kf/mm if the current density is increased from 20 to 60 a/dm . With Card /2 s/o8l/61/000/024/050/086 Cold chroming in a ... B107/BI10 a thickness of 8 - 101A-the chromium coatings are practically without porea, An electrolyte of the following composition (in tr/1) i CrO3 36o - 3801, NaOH 60, H 2so4 0.8 - 1, MgSO4 2.5, Cr203 6 - 12; is suggested for applying, wear-resistant protective and decorative chromium coatJngs instend of triple nickel-plating (current density 15 - 60 a/dm 21 temperature 16 -250C; yield about 25 - 32%)l the coating is polished on a soft disk. [Abstracter's note: Complete translation.] Card 2/2 KUCHEROV, V. F.1 GRIGORIUVA, N. Ya.; FADMVA, T. M.; KOGAN, G. A. Conjugation factors in cyclic system. Report No. 51 Mutual transformations and tho kinetics of iaomrization of hexalin-1, 2-dicarboxy1ic acids under the influence of alkalies. Izv. AN SSSR. Otd. khim. nauk no.11137-145 163. (MIRA 16:1) 1. Institut organicheakoy khWi im. N. D. Zelinskogo AN SSSR. (CyclohmmaedicarboxyUc acid) (Isonerization) (Conjugation(Chemiatry)) TSAGOLOV, N.A., prof., doktor ekcm.naa-: BLYTTMIN, I.G., prof., doktor ekon.nauk Edeceasodj; RUMTAI-l"iff0l, A.M.. prof., KOTIPMIKO, A.A.. dotsent, kand.eken.nmik-, SHUY-YMSON, A.I., prof., doktor ekon.nauk; LIF, Sh.B., prof., doktor akon.nnuk; SlfVB1)XOVA, G.M.. kand.okon. nauk; FISHEVSKIT, Tu.K.-, DVORKIII, I.N., doktor ekon.nauk; SIDOROV, I.F.; MINIZOV, R.Kh., 1--qnd.ekon.nauk; HIKOLAM3 , A.B., kand.ekon. nauk; AVRAMCIWK, F.P., kand.ekon.naA-; ALITER, L.B., doktor ekon. nauk; BOTARSKIT. AoTa., prof., doktor ekon.nank; BREGHL', X.Ts., prof., doktor ekon.nauk; ARZL%MffAll, A.A.; VOLODIN, V.S., dotaent, kand.okon.nauk: MIKSHA, L.S., kand.ekon.nauk; BUNKINA, K.K., dotsent, kand.ekon.nauk; TEVREYMOV, A.T.. kand.ekon.nauk; FADRUTA, T.A., kand.ekon.nauk; KOLGANOV, M.T., prof., doktor ekon.nauk; -MiOMUSHIN. G.B., kand.ekon.nauk-, MOSHMISKIT. M.G., kand.okon.nauk; IVANOV, N.N., kand.9kor..n-Ruk; GUTTSATT, M.G., dot3ent, kand.skon. nauk; ABOLTIIT, V.Ta., prof., doktcr skon.nwnk; KCLWNTAT, V.M., kand.okon.nauk; GLUKHAREV, L.I., katd.ekon.nauk-, POKROVSKIT, A.I., kand.ekon.nalak. DALISUV, G.A., dotsent, kand.ekon.nauk-, AMSHINA, I.v.q kand.ekon.nauk: 2HAHIII, V.A., dotsent, kand.ekon.nauk; 'Continued or. next card) TSAGOLOV, N.A.--(continuad) Card 2. X02LOVO A.P,-, TIMOYETICV, T.T.. knrid.1stor.nauk; ALIKS&TBV. A.K,v dotsent, kand.ekon.nauk; FIL.ATOVA, Ta.M.. dotsont, kand.okon.nauk. Prinimali uchastlye: VOIKOT, P.M., knnd.ekoL.nauk-. KHROKUSHIN, G.B.; VOWES914MIT, L.A., nauchnyy nctru-dnik. SPEMiSKATA, L., red.; CHIP3MVA, 0., (Criticism of present--dnj loargec-Js. reformist, and revisionist economic theoriaoj Kr-'tIka sovTem,3nnykh 't--urzhuazrykh. reformistakikh I ravi %Ionia t skikh ekenomicheaKik-h t6rz-'I. Pod rnl. N.A.TSagalova. -vo Sotal all ne-ekon. lf-t-rj,19'- - 588 P. -.5) Moskva, i2d tc (MIRA 13 1. Koscow. Universitet. 2. ChieL-korreaponden'E AN SSSR (for Arzu- manyan). '1R,-oncm!.csj L 16o64-66 EWT(m)/ZWPM IJP(.c) JD '00 OURCE CODE: UR/0020/65/165/006/1329/1331 NR: AF6003251 S AUTHOR: Fa4eyeva, T. A.; Pashava, Z. P. 0 ORG, None TITLE: Phase composition of amorphous films obtained by vapor condensation during heating of a silicon dioxide-silicon mixture in a vacuum ''I'? SOURCE: AN SSSR. Doklady, v. 165, no. 6. 1965, 1329-1331 TOPIC T4qS: silicon dioxide, silicon, electron diffraction analysis -JaVr-c' ABSTRACT: The structure -of thin films obtained by condensation of silicon monox- ide vapor (evolved by a mixture of S102 and Si on heating) in a vacuum was studied by electron diffraction. After finding the average atomic density, the authors calculated the radial distribution function with a computer. The data indicate that the number of closest neighbors of silicon nSi-Si is 4. This result Is ex- plained by assuming that elemental silicon with a diamond structure is present in the film together with SiOZ as an independent phase. Thus, the results of the analysis of the radial distribution curve are interpreted as showing the presence in these films of two independent amorphous or submicroscopic phases, viz., silicon dioxide and silicon. The paper was presented by Academician-N. V. Belov, Z_ Card 1/2 UDC; 539.235 1; 16064-66 ACC NR: AP6003251 13 May 1965. In conclusion, authors express their appreciation to Acad. N. Y. Belov,and L. I. Tatarinova for useful suggestions and interest in this study. Orig. art. has: 2 figures. SUB CODE:07,W/ SUM DATE: 13Apr65 ORIG REF: 004 OTH REF: 007 Card, 2/2 ro:!Iiyl.-,'.Iir: Botl:inl dif o-~-e Jr.;v -un-Don fc,.. 1105'~I-lr,56.11 0, t 136) FADONVA, T.I. __-____ff;r11O111,ogiCn1 vrevention of Botkin's disamse In children's institutions in Rostov-on-Don. Zhur.mikrobiol.anid. I immun. 29 no.4:21-21 AD 158. (MIRA 11:4) 1. In knfedry enidemialogit Hostovakogo maditainakogo institutn. (HEPATITIS, DMCTIOUS, nrevention nnd control gnmma globulin, in child. Institutions (Ru.~ (GAMMA GLOBULIN, ther. -use, hanntitia, infect., nrev. in child. institutions (Run) FADFYEVA,, r.i. Control of epidemic hepatitis (Botkints disease) in tuberculosis institutions In Rostov-on-Don. Zhur.mikrobiol., ppid.i immun. 32 no.12:119 D 161. (MIRA 15:11) 1. Iz kafedry epidemiologii Rostovskogo-na-Donu meditsinskogo institiita. (ROSTOV-ON-DON-PPATrTis, iwwrious) FADEYEVAY T.I. Possible infection with infectious hepatitis through breast feeding. Zhur.mikrobiol., epid.i immun. 33 no.8:125 Ag 162. (MIRA 15:10) 1. Iz kafedry epidemiologii Rostovskogo-na-Donu meditsinskogo, Instituta. (HEPATITIS, INFECTIOUS) (BFYAST FEEDING_-HYGIENIC ASPECTS) CHERNYSHEMA, A.P.I_FADEYEVA. T.I. I..... . Outbreak of epidemic hepatitis in a school. Sbor. trud. Rost. goe. med. inst. no.22s9D-92 163. (MRA l8j7) 1. Iz Sanitarno-epidemiologicheskoy stantsii Proletarskogo rayona Rostova-na-Donu I kafedry epidemiologii Rostovskogo gosudarstvan- f- nogo meditsinakogo instituta (zav. - prof. T.D.Yanovich). OU - -- - - - FADEYEVA, -T. I.. - - Ways of distribution of Botkin's epidemic hepatitis. Sbor. nauch. tr-ud. Rost. goa. med. inst. no.2203-99 163. (MIRA 18t7) 1. Iz kafedry epidemiologil Rostovskogo gosudarstvennogo meditsinskogo institute, (zav. - prof. T.D.Yanovich). KUCHEROV, V.F.; GRIGOH'YEVA, N-Ya.; FADEYEVAO T.M. ConJugation factors In cyclic systems. Part 3: Some spectral reFularities in the series of isomeric cyclohexadiene-1,2-dicarboxylic acids and their derivatives. Zhur.ob.khim. 31 no.9:2894-2898 S 161. (MIRA 14:9) 1. Institut or anicheskoy khimii Imeni. N.D.Zelinskogo. fCyclohexadienedicarboxylic acid--Spectra) S/079/63/033/001/006/023 D204/D307 -, Sobolev, Ye. V. and AUTHORS: Mironov, V. A., 1~!~ev~a.__K, Yelizarova, A. N, TITLE: Substituted cyclopentadienes and related compounds. VI. Tetramethylcyclopentadiene as an equilibrium mix- ture of isomers PERIODICAL: Zhurnal obshchey khimii, v. 33, no. 1, 1963, 84-91 TEXT: A continuation of previous work (DAN SSSR, 143, 1112 (1962)).'l The present study was aimed at an investigation of the isomeriza- I tion of tetramethyloyclopentadiene (A) by analogy with the isomerism! of dimethyloyclopentadienes studied in an earlier work. The iBome- ric mixture A was prepared from MeMgI/Et 0 and 2,3,4-trimethyl- A2_ 2 cyclopentenone (obtained by the method of Nazarov et al (Izv AN SSSR, OXhN, 1946, 529), decomposing the reaction mixture with (a) diluted HC1 at ^1300C, and (b) crushed ice at OOC. The yields Of 70% of the mixture Was found 'A were respectively 66 and 72% to be 'Card S/079/63/033/001/006/023 Substituted cyclopentadienes ... D204/D307 the isomer 1,2,3,4-tetramethyleyelopentadiene (I); the 1,2,4,5,- form (III) and probably the 1,2,3,5-form (II) were.also present. Almost pure III was obtained by slow rectification of A on a high- efficiency column, at 50 - 60 C, under vacuum; this could be re- versed to form I by heating. Formation of the energetically less favorable isomer III is ascribed to stopping A from attaining ther- modynamic equilibrium. Adducts of maleic anhydride (MA), w*ith I and III were prepared in 68 - 76% yields (ether-benzene solutions, -100C) and some simple derivatives of these adducte (the correspond- ing dicarboxylic acid and dimethyl eater from the adduct of M with I; the corresponding 2r-lactone acid and its methyl eater from the adduct of MA with II) were prepared. The advice of V. T. Aleksanyan is acknowledged. There are 2 figures. ASSOCIATION: Institut organicheskoy khimii imeni N. D. Zelinskogo. Komiesiya po spektro8kopii Akademii nauk SSSR (In- stitute of Organic Chemistry imeni N. D. Zelinskiy. Spectroscopy Commission of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR) -~SUBMITTED: December 11p 1961 ard _2/2 ------ KONDRATIYEVA, G.V.; KOGA?J, G.A.; FADEYEVA, T.M.; ZAVIYALOV, S.11. ~ -Dicarbonyl comFounds. Renort N(,.21: DissirailarJty in chemicaJ behivior of 2-me thyl-1, 3-cycl open tad ierione and 2-methyldil-.ydror(- so.-cinol. Izv.AN SLSft.l"-er.khlm. no.9:1648-1653 S 164. (MIRA 17210) 1. Institut orgunicheskoy khLnli ix. N.D.Zehnskogo AN SSSR. SOBOLEV, Ye.V.; MIRONOV, V.A.; TFAV ,ZUAz_T,M. Substituted cyclonentadienets and related compounds. Report 14; Special features of the vibrational spectra of adducts of substituted cyclopentadienes with maleic anhydride. Izv. AN SSSR. Ser. khim. no.8:1357-1363 165. (MIRA 18:9) 1, Institut organicbeskoy khimii im. N.D. Zelinskogo AN SSSR i Institut neorganicheskoy khimii Sibirskogo otdeleniya AN SSSR. NOVIKOV, A.G.; KONOVALOVA, L.I.; FADEYEVA, T.M. Continvous dyeing with insoluble -zo dyes with partial drying of the fabric after "azotolation.' Tekst.prom. 25 no.ll.-69- 70 N 165. (MIRA 18z12) 1. Glaynyy inzhener Ivanovskogo khlovchatobumazhnogo kombinata imeni Samoylova (for Novikov). 2. Zaveduyushchiy khimicl,,eskoy laboratoriyey Ivanovskogo khlopchatobumazhnogo kombinata imeni Samoylova (for Konovalova). 3. Starshiy inzhener-khimik Ivanov- skogo khlopchatobumazhnogo kombinata imeni Samoylova (for Fadeyeva). KOZLOVSKAYA, L.S.; FADEYEVA, T.N.; ZAGURALISKAYA, L.M. Effect of Invertebrates on the decomposition of the upper sphagnum soil. Izv. SO AN SSSR no.121 Ser biol.-med. nauk no.3r50-56 164. (MIRA 18:6) 1. Institut lesa I drevesiny Sibirskogo otdeleniya AN SSSR, Krasnoyarsk. KHOMUTOV, N.Ye.; SKORNYAKOV, V.V.; FADEYEVA, T.F. (Moscow) Effect of the electrode material 6n the electrolytic reduction of streptomycin to dihydrostreptonTain. Zbur. fiz. khim. 38 no.1:102-107 Ja'64. (MIRA 17:2) 1. Khimiko-tekhnologicheskly institut imeni Mendeleyeva. T-'~-. T. S. j_ 2. USSR (fiOO) MKOLISHM, L. G. 4. Leningrad ProvInce - Clover 7. Effect of mowing clover on its further and sead production in Leningrad Province. Vest. Len un No. 4 1952. 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, April - 1953, Unel. 1- ITZ7L F-- VYT 1. T. FIDDEYEVA, 14. A. KARPOV .;L~ 2. ussu (600) 4. Benzene Hexachlorids 7. Relation of the harvest of clover seed to the dates on vitdch the seed vessels are with hexachloran. Vest. Lon. tin. no. 4. 1952. 9. Monthly fist af Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, Apri! 1953, Uncl. FADBYEVA.T.S.; DOEROVIDOVA,1.7.; DUIBROVA,V.P. Influence of growing conditions on the formation of a stand of clover. Vest.Len.un. 10 no.4:3-16 Ap '55. (MIRA 8:8) (Clover) '" PAT= A, Ir "MM, -�10 Some problems in the thepry of domination. 3-1o 156. (4bridization, Vegetable) (Heredity) Vest.Lon.un.11 no-9: Wak 9: 8) FAMEYEVA, T.S. W--~Wm - Relationship between the processes of regeneration and general growth of the grgted plant [with summary in English]. Bot. zhur, 43 no,6: 788-798 Je 158. (MIRA 11:7) l.Leningradekir gooudarstvenny7 universitet im. A.A. Zhdanova. (Grafting) FADEYEVAp T.S.; MULLOVA, G.A. Study of heterosis in strawberry hybrids during early de--elo,-nental stages. I sl. FO en. no 1:147-160 161. C-11-tA 15--1) NE , is) iSTRAWBEILRY 131L, KDING) FADEYLVA, T.S. Sex genetics in garden strawberries (Fragaria elatio:- Ehrh.) Isal. po gen. no 1:92-105 161. (PlIRA 15-1) iSTRAWBMIES) (PIANTS, SEX IN) FADEMA, T.S.; DYATLOVA., A.I. Dynamics of seed germination in the reciprocal hybrids of strawberries* Bot. zhur. 47 no.8:1.190-2194 Ag 162. (MIRA 35:10) 1. Ieningradskiy gosudarotyennyy universitet. (Strawberry breeding) (Germimtion) FADEYF,VA,,--Z.L Eorly diagnosis of the coloration in strawberries. Nuahe.dokl. vyseshkoly; biol.miki no.2tl69-170 163. (KM 1614) 1. Rekomendovana kafedroy genetiki i a4llpktaii Leningradskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta in. A.A.Zhdanova. (STRAWEBRRIES) (COLOR OF FRUIT) FADZIZVAp T.S. 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(Rostov Province--Meat lndustr7) V fN A ~- -1 ki - "N , v - to Category: USSIR/Analytical Chemistry - Analysis of inorganic G-2 substances. Abe Jour: Referat Zhur-nimiya, No 9, 1957, 3o967 Author : Belyavskaya T. A., Fadeyeva V. 3, ",I Inst :Moscow Universi y, ' ~ ,L., j Title :Quantitative Separation of-BeryUium from Some Elements by the Method of Ion-Exchange Chromatography Orig Pub: Vestn. Mosk. un-ta, 1956, No 6, 73-79 Abstract: Study of the conditions-of Be adsorption by SBS cathion-exchange resin, depending on pH, and of its desorption by hydrochloric acid, alkalies and solutions of (NHjdxCO,7, NaHCO,,. A method of quantitative separation of Be from W and Ni is described. To the solution containing Be and Cu (Ni), is added NH,~DH and an excess of 10% solution of (MWaCO_3 (PH 8-5-9). The solution is passed through a columm (height 2D, diameter 0-7 cm) contain- ing SBS in M.~4 -form, at a rate of 1-5-2 ml/minute. The colimn is washed with 20-30 ml of (NH,,,).ICOj solution, the solutions are Card 1/2 -7- 20271 IT-2zzD S/180/61/000/002/011/012 E073/E535 AUTHORSt Portnoy, K. I., Levinskiy, Yu.V. and Fadeyeva, V.I. (Moscow) TITLE: On the Nature of Interaction of Some High Melting Point Carbides and their Solid Solutions with Carbon PERIODICALt Izvestiya Akadeinii nauk SSSR, Otdeleniye tekhnicheskikh nauk, Metallurgiya i toplivo, 1961, No.2, pp.147-149 TEXT: The diagrams of state of metal-carbon systems (the metal being Ti, Zr, Nb, Ta, Hf) nave been studied in considerable detail. However, no data are available in literature on the interaction in the pseudo-binary systems TiC-C and NbC-C and as regards ZrC-C, TaC-C and HfC-C it is only mentioned that their diagrams are of a eutectic, character. The aim of the work described was to determine the nature of the interaction of such carbides and their solid solutions with carbon. Particular attention was paid to investigating the temperature of appearance of the liquid phase in such systems. The equipment consisted of heating apparatus of 25 W, the heating being carried out by direct passage of current through a graphite cartridge, inside which the investigated carbide Card 1/6 20271 On the Nature of Interaction ... S/180/61/000/002/011/012 E073/E535 was placed on a graphite base. The experiments were carried out in an argon atmosphere with a pressure of 5 to 10 mm Hg in excess of the atmospheric pressure. The temperature of appearance of the liquid phase was determined as the minimum temperature at which a thin layer of the carbide powder fused with particles of 10 to 10 lk on the graphite base. The fusicri was observed visually after cooling the specimens. The temperature was measured by an optical pyrometer. Near the liquid phase temperature the measurements were made at steps of 20 to 30*C, the average accuracy of measuring the temperature being �500C. Metallographic analysis has shown that the pseudo-binary systems TiC-C, ZrC-C, NbC-C, TaC-C, HfC-C and the pseudo-ternary systems TiC-ZrC-C, NbC-ZrC-C, NbC-TiC-C, TaC-NbC-C, TaC-TiC-C, TaC-ZrC-C, TiC-HfC-C and ZrC-11fC-C are eutectic in nature. Microphotographs of the eutectic structures of the first five systems are reproduced in Fig.l. X-ray analysis of solidifying drops of the eutectic showed that two phases were present in the specimens, namely, graphite and the appropriate carbide. This confirmed the suitability of the selected method of investigations. Fig.2 shows the hypothetical diagrams of state of Card 2/6 20271 On the Nature of Interaction S/1.8o/61/000/002/011/012 E0713/Z935 the pseudo-binary systems TiC-C, ZrC-C, NbC-C, TaC-C and HfC-C. The composition of the eutectic is determined by a method described by Saltykov in his boo% "Stereortietric metallography" published in 1958. In investigating pseudo-ternary systems, MeC-Me'C-C, mixtures of the powders of the individual carbides or mixtures of powders of the appropriate metals were talcon its the starting material, whereby the quantities were chosen so as to obtain a solid solution of carbides of the required composition. X-ray analysis of specimens lield for durations of 10 sec to 3 min at 2200-32000C has show-n that for all the investigated compositions and all the holdin- times only one homogeaeous. phase was present, which indicates a very high speed of carbidization of the metal powders and of their homogenization at these temperatures. Fig-3 shows the dependence of the lattice period a, kX of homogeneous solid solutions of carbides on their composition, mol.%. These relations are in good agreement with data published by C. Agte et al. (Ref.6), A. Ye. Koval'skiy and Ya. S. Umanskiy (Ref-7) and J. Norton (Ref.8). In the investigated pseudo-ternary systems, the eutectics consist of graphite and a carbide phase of variable composition. It was established that the temperature of formation Card 3/6 20271 On the Nature of Interaction ... s/18o/61/000/002/011/012 E073/E535 of binary eutectics in these pseudo-.ternary systems depends to a considerable extent on the composition of the solid solution of the carbides. These dependences are plotted in Fig.4 (t,*c vs. wt.%). Data were obtained on the fusion temperature and the composition of the eutectics in the systems TiC-C and NbC-C. The fusion tempera- tures of the eutectics of the ZrC-C and TaC-C systems are in good agreement with the data given in the literature (Refs.2-3). However, the fusion temperature of the eutectic of the systew HfC-C was 4500C higher than the value given by 13. Cotler and I. J. Kohn (Ref.4). It was established that the diagrams of state of the pseudo-ternary systems TiC-ZrC-C, NbC-ZrC-C, NbC-TiC-C, TaC-NbC-C, TaC-Ti-C-C, TaC-ZrC-C have a eutectic nature. Furthermore, the dependence was determiried of the temperatures of formation of binary eutectics in these systems as a function of the composition of the carbide phase. There are It figure.-, and 8 references: 3 Soviet and 5 rion-Soviet. ~Abstractorls Note: This is a slightly conden-ied t.-aii!--J'Atiori.- SUBMITTED: September 12, 1960 Card 4/6 On the Nature of Interaction ... S/180/61/000/002/011/012 E073/E535 Fig.1 - A4~ N Fig.2 IR R R Card 5/6 On the Nature of Interaction ... Fig-3 p MCC ZrC NBC TiC ZrC Tac TiC 40 w Met moo% Card 6/6 Fig.4 lox 7- mw zrbv Jim WV MtC V 10 A4!C Z. 11 C ~r :CT 20271 s/!80/61/000/002/011/012 B0731E535 ALIMARIN, i.r.., FADEYEVA, V.I.; PETROVA, T.N. Grvvirnetric determination of sc,~ndium with phenylphosphinic acid. Zhur.anal.kbim. 16 no.5:549-551 S-0 '61. (VIRA 14:9) 1. Lomanosov M05COW State University. (Scandium--Analysis) (Phosphinic acid) 5/073/62/017/008/004/004 E071/E135 AUTHORS: Fadeyeva, V.I.$ and Alimarin, J.P. TlTU: Use of chlorophosphonazo III for the photometric determination of titanium, zirconium, thorium and scandium PERIUDICAL: Zhurnal analiticheskoy khimii. v.17, no.b, 1962, 1020-1023 TEAT: Some results of a systematic study of properties of solutions of chlorophosphonazo III D,7-bis-0-chloro-2- phosphonbeiizolazo)-1,8-dioxynaphthalene-3 '6-disulphoacid] and its compounds with thorium, zirconium, titanium and scandium are reported. The inolar extinction coefficient of solutions of Th, Zr, Ti and Sc compoutids at 690 m~L are, res'pectively: 43,100; 33,UUU; 1U,800; 12,50U; and the apparent equilibrium constant.4 of the .complex compounds are: PKTh *1 13.9; PKZr = 13.4; pKTi = 5.7; pK 6.9. A high stability of the complex-compounds permits the Sc determination of the above elements in the presetice of sulphates, Card 1/2 Use of chlorophosphonazo ill for ... S/075/62/UI7/008/004/UU4 EU71/E135 phosphates, oxalntes and other interfering ions. The reagent i, most selective in respect of thorium and zirconium; tile presence of di- and trivalent elements has no practical interference. Of importaime is the determination of scandium on tile background of zirconium, titanium, iron and aluminium if these are bound w-Lth tartaric acid. Tile determination of thorium and zirconium can be done either by the usual photometric method or by the spectro- photometric titration method.' Aqueous solutions of compounds.of thorium, zirconium, tiianium and scandium with the reagent conform to Beer's law up to concentrations of 1-1.2 ~tg/m~ of Zr, Ti and Sc, and 2 jig/m4 of Th. There are 5 figures and 2 tables. ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet im. %,1.V. Lomonosova. (Moscow State University imeni ~I.V. Lomonosov) SUBMITTED: March 13, 19b2 Card 2/2 ALIMARIN I4GPZw(Mj"pforodakiy val.d.3); FADEEVA, V.I. (Fadayeya, M11 No y val.d.3) Use of aromatic phosphonic acids for determining rare elements. A6,ts chimica Hung 32 no.2:171-182 162. 1. Inatitut geok~~ i analitichtskoy khimli.-Akad.nauk SSSR. L lo73o-6 EffP(q)/EV7(m)/PM-AMC/ASD-JD/JG ACCESSION MR: AP3002261 8/0089/63/014/006/0559/0562 AUTHOR: Portnoy, K. s; FaftleVa. V. I.: Tiwfeysva, ff- L TWX- 'polymorphism of new ox1dizers of rare-earth eleme;&e and their inter- action vitbL v.ater SOURCE: Atconaya energiya, v. 14, no. 6, 1963, 559-562 TCPIC TACO: samarium, europl=, gadolinlum, PolYmMmaj, ABSMU=: Polymorphism of the oxidizers, samarium, europium and gadGllnium is' ionsidered. The presene-0 of two modifications of these oxidizers is'~ittlxUebed and the tespersturi of phase transformation In determined. It is shown-thAt the activation of~tbese oxidizers in relation to boiling vater depends on their structure. Qmutitative lavs governing the solubility of the oxidizers in boiling vater are introduced. Orig. art. has: 2 figures. ASSOCIATION: none BMWWM: 27h42 DATs AoQ.. l2jv163 1110L; 00. SUB COM 00 NO MW GOV. 001 004 Card ............. Alimarino I.P.; Fadeyev*L, V.I. Photaraetric method for determining scanditm with clilarephosphonaze-111 in wolfr&mite. Vest.Mosk. un. Ser.2: Khim. 18 jio.4:67-69 JI-Ag 163. (WRA 16:9) 1. Kafedra analiticheakey khimii Meskovskogs universitata. (Scandium-Analysis) (Wolframite-Analysis) (Pliotomatry) FADEYEVA, V.I.; ALIMARIN, I.P.; IVANOV, V.M. Dissociation of chloro hosphonazo 3.11 of (2,7-bis)4-chloro- 2-phosphonobenzolazo- ~1,8-dihydroxynaphthalene-3,6-disulfonic acid). Vest. Moak. un. Ser. 2: Khim. 18 no.5:44-48 S-0 163. (MIRA 16:1-1) 1. Kafedra analiticheskoy khimii Moskovskogo universiteta. PCRTNOX, K,I.; TIMOFEYEVA, N.I.;__PDMVA,. V.1. Reaction of rare-earth oxides with chromium. Zhur. neorg. khim. 10 no.qs2041-2043 S 165, (MIRA 18: 10) I AMY)-" rw(m1/F-WP(t)/EWP(b) LIP C7-"8' AP6000286 SOURCE CODE: UR/0078/65/010/009/2041/2043 AUTHOR: Portnoy, K.I.; T1 moleyeva, N. I.; Fad2Ltva, V.I. ORG: None TITLE: Reactions of ratg ar oxides with chromium SOURCE: Zhurnal neorganicheskoy khlmii, v. 10. no. 9, 1965, 2041-2043 TOPIC TAGS: chromium compound, europium. compound, samarium compound, inorganic Pex~g~lrgRcwgtgnme'al-sintering, phase diagram, metal analysis, rare earth element, A13STRACT: Powdered Snx ,a 0., - Cr. 03and EtLO,-Cr.0, mixtures with various ratios of the components were pressed and sintered at 1073, 1273, 1473, and 1573K, and the products were studied by chemical and x-ray analyses. Phase jagrams of the two systems were plotted. The compound formed by Et%0,3and Sin., 03wiWchromic oxide has a rhombic structure with parameters a = 5. 38 A, b = 5. 51 A, c = 7. 64 A for SmCr0'3, and a = 5.30 A, b= 5.52A, and c=7.60 I for EuCr .03.. Alsostudied were the systems Cr-Sm.O. (E'%O,). The SmCrO,, phase was fo rmed under all conditions by the reaction of chromium metal with samarium oxide. The chromite content In samples sintered In hydrogen increases with the temperature and is independent of the composition of the mixture, probably because the formation of the chromite via reduction of Sm2O.- is much slower than the reaction of - Cord 1/2 UDC: 546.659-31+646.763-31+546.763'659-31