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.m .- . ., I I ~ , * t -1 1. - , .;. ~:~ ~~ 1 * - I ~ f1~ ~ - . , -. , - I Tr lof R INA ~.' 4 ) ~Yl , IV k j Category : USSR/Solid State Fhysics - R6chcmicn1rPr6p6rtieb1of E-9 Crystals and Folyerystalline Compounds fibs Jour i Rof Zhur - Fizikp, No 3, 191-57, No 6771 Author : Zubov, V.G., Firsovs. Inst : Moscow Univornty, 6tt Title ; Concerning the Elpstic Properties of High Taipporature Quortz Orig Fub : Dokl. AN SSSR, 19=5, lop, No 3, 493..494 Abstrpct : The Bergron-Schefor !:-,cthod was used to study the temperature behavior of the i~lastic constants ofj9 quartz in the te-m- pereture renge fron 578 -- 635'. As'tho temperature is in- creesod, Cl, C md C12 increase monotoni lly, 044 ro- n't Ut'hin he of experive"' nains conEta t linits ntel error. At 58C0, C 033 and C12 reverses its sip. 0 C C 66) Oij- 12, /2 incr I x lof 2. cases monotonical1v from 50 x 10- to ~ yono7clln m 17 x 1610 dyne/cm2 0 3 x 10 012 increaucs fm at 5800 t 6 n 12 at 615 -- 6200. The blroticity ofe quartz in- dy a/c- creRsen with tomperatura. Ce.rd t 1/1 SOV/70-3-6-11/25 AUTHORS: Zhdanov~ G*89, Zubov, V.G., Ivanov, A.T.-and Pirsova, M.M. VITLE; On the-Blastic Properties of Quartz Irradiated by Neutrons (Ob uprugikh svoystvakh kvartsa, obluchennogo neytronami) PERIODICAL: Kristallografi7a, 1958, Vol 3, Nr 6, pp 720-725 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The elastic constants of quartz, irraaiated in a reactor by fast neutrons, have been measured by the mthod of Bergmann and Schaeffer. After irradiation by 2.1019 neutrons/em2 increasing errors which lay in the limits of 0.9 to l.?% for a relative decrease in the density of quartz of 0.18% were found in the-'experiment for measuring the elastic constants. Comparison with the temperature variation of the elastic constants showed that the temperature and radiation changes in the elastic constants corresponding to the same change in density were sharply distinguished. The results agree qualitatively with the work of Mayer and Gigon (J. Fbys.Rad., 1957, 'V01 18.) p 109) on the elastic moduli of irradiated quartz. Measurements were made on blocks about 20 x 20 x 4 mm. cut perpendicular to the crystallographic axes. Your series each of three plates were used, careful controls being kept. The frequencies used were 8-10 Me/s. Wittels and Sherill (Phil.Mag., 1957, Vol 48, p 24) contrasted the Cardl/2 SOV/70-3-6-11/25 On the Elastic Properties of Quartz Irradiated by Neutrons changes in the elastic constants produced by thermal and radiation-produced expansion of the crystal lattice. Although qualitatively the anistropy is the same the actual values for it are quite different. This is shown:,,. experimentally. The structural meaning of the results obtained is not discussed. Acknowledgments to Academician I.K. Kikoin and V.L. Karpov. There are 4 tables. There are 11 references, 3 of which are Soviet, 8 English. ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet ir. M.V. Lomonosov~x (Moscow State Universityimeni M V. Ljlon~5g) SUBMITTED: June Card 2/2 ztrBovp V.G..,- OSIPOVAp Le 4. FIRSOVA, M.M. Eff6ot of constant voltage on the intensity-and width of Haman spectrum lines of6,6-4uartz. Kristallograftia 6 no.5:777-778 S-0 '161. (MM 14:10) 1. Mbskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet imeni. M.V.Lomonosova. (FAMAn effect) (Quartz) ZUBOV, V. G.; ?~A 4,11N,& Characteristics of the elAstic behavior of quartz in the o(. - /I -transition region. Kriotallografiia 7 no.3:,469-471 )tp-Je 162, (MIRL 16:1) 1. Moskovskiy gosudar8tven'M7 universitet imeni M. V. Lomonosova, (Quartz Elastic properties) GOVOROVAJ, Ye.Z.; FIRSOVA, M.M. Interaction of natural oscillations in crystals. Kristallografiia 9 no.4:459-465 JI-Ag 164. (MIRA 17:11) 1. M6skovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet imeni Lomonosova. f + t V. G i rsova, ~l M. s n -n ft I, lari ar 10 q. KI-istalloqrafiya, V. 9, no. 6, 1964, P64-43r,9 -n,PT,7 TA-13: quartz, diOleCtriC cOnstant. temnerature variation, r L ty content .1 21~1.- is a ront-inuation c?f an --irl ley 1 M'cSt- ll;At- ic-In r, a a nc the diele-tric cons t an t a I e Irl i 5 app r, 5 e erT%P 1 Cry e (i Caro AP 50 0 G.'? 9 0 T!-~,-~ results have disclosed a 'nifm,IJ-n unnhser-,,ed Dhenome- non, name1v that the dielectri-c constant negins to increase rapidiy ;n-T the appl:cation of the constant eleci:ric field, passes af:--er wh4c!7 il~ decreas-z. 7 of reach!-71,4 -"',e Max.:71'.7' r-p,- a,- L on oaL '.slr~-~ thecrv o A. I - '40 .-,---a KX.-IV, -,915, pp. 12 t n'' always present in the quartz, Of the crystal. These dissociated .,)ns -,ave su 'r 1 c i e n t participate in all the electri-c -3-)ces3es nc-~r-rinic in c rv 5a IVhen the electric field is applie(-,. 0 f.L g .art. has: 5 fiqures. ASSOCIATION: Moskavskiy gosudarstvenny*y uni,;ersitet im. M. V. Card 2/4 ACCESSION NR: AP5000290 T.omonosova (14gLscqw.~tate University) SUBMITTEE: 17Mai.,64 SUB CODE: SS 1EIll NR REF SOV- 004 Card 3/4 ENCL: 01 OTHER: 004 Card 4/4 A '19 ~P ;7 L 07839-67 ENT(l) lj]~(c) ACC XR: AP6D24670 SDURCE CODE: 0 'AUTHOR: -Govoroya, Y6,.Z.;__ZA9vp V. G.; Firsova, M. M. 4q. ORG: Moscow S UnivorsA~Z in. V. M. Lononosov (Moskovskiy gosudarstvonnyy univorsitot) ITITLE: Certain features of acoustic wave Interaction in crystals SOURCE' Kristanografiyat Y. no no. 4, 1966, 628-631 I.",I ~TOPIC TAGS: acoustic wave,".ultrasonic wave propagation, ammonium compoundp ;acoustic diffractiong.single cryatall quartz crystal ABSTRAC`r: 'This in a,continuation of earlier work (Kristallografiya v. 9, no. 4, 459 _- 465, 1964), where the authors observed in a-quartz, by an ultrasonic dif_ lfraction*mothod,-tho appearance of longitudinal osci3-lation modos accompanying ,.transverse oscillations,, The present article is devoted to a similar study with :Singlo-cr7s '~a AbP in which there are no piozoooofficionts causing longitudinal oscillationsp and In which the elastic nonlinoarity is larger than in quartz, ,Ike !rosults have shown that the transverse mode is continuously accompanied by a second iharmonio of a longitudinal mode In the saime direction. In the general case.this Card 3/2 UW: 48-0:339~47_ L 07839-67 ACG NR: Ap6o2467o"' ilongitudinal mode is weaker than the mode exciting itv but under certain-goomotrioal I ~,rosonanco conditions the diffraction maxima on the longitudinal mode become com- !parable in brightness with the original transverse mode. The result is shown to :agree with a general formula derived for the Fropagation of an elastic wave in a ~nonlinear crystalline modiumt whereby under certain conditions the second-harmonic I Ilongitudinal Oscillation can increase spontaneously and jivo rise eventually to a ifirst h=wniep which was not prosent'hitherto. 7his bnorgy transfer from one har-I imonic to another is in good agreement with the results of E. Formi, J. Pasta and Is. H. Ulam (Studios of Nonlinear Problemsg LA-1940, OTSp US Department of Commorco,I iWashing-ton, D. C.)p who investigated directly the energy transitions in the spee-_ ! itrum of a vibrating string with nonlinear parameters. The present experiments, like I 'Ithe observations of Fermi et al.j only permit observation of this *oooss but still 'offer no theoretical explanation, The authors thank.I. S. z,,F Fen.ina. and I. D. Zaytsova for proparing the high grado ADP crystals. Orig. a i and 4 formulas. SUB CODE: 20/ SUBM DATE: O&Up&/ ORIG- MW 004/1 OTH MW: 003 be ~-FIRSQVAO, N.M. Morphology of the thyroid gland and the economic productivity of the Tajik breed sheep, Report No.:Ls Macromorphology of the thyroid gland in wethers and young rams of the Tajik breed. Trudy KirgNOAGE no.W7-80 165. Morphology of the thyroid gland and the economic productivity of the Tajik broad sheep& Report No*2x Effect of iodine feeding on weight gains in wathers and young rame or the Tajik breed, Ibid,t8O-84 Morphology of the thyroid gland and the economic productivity of the Tajik bEreed sheep. Report No.3c Effect of iodine feeding on the wool produotion in mother sheep, ewe lambs and yound rams of the Tajik breed. Ibid.a84-87 (KRA 18%1:L) 1. 1z Tadzhikskogo nauchno-i9sledovatel'skogo instituta sel"Skogo khozMst~ia i Wedry gistologii (zav, - prof. A.A.Braun) Kirgizakogo gosudarstvannogo meditsinakogo instituta. TT FIRSOVA, 25~0/6 Firsova, N.N. 0 Psikhoraitizatsii V Svyfizi 5 3heJyL.I--tnc-Lltsev:.q--,* -R-ren'! '-I=i. Za~ijmi. V SB; froblemy Vosstanovit, Lecheniya Invalidov Otf..chez;tv. Voyny. Astrakhan', 19,48, S. 113-24. SO: Latopis' Zhurnal Statey, No. 30, Yoscow 1948 ~,' T F," *, , ~ i -, - :- . Vyyar,novsHy, A. Yu. and Firsova, N, N - "Schizophrenia MI ran*c-J(-'rre:33il.-e ""'6 e-, psychoses Iiiririg the Twar", Trudy Astralli. cos. med. in-ta, '101. Ix-, 194-, P. 194- 9o. SO: U-3,04.2, 11 March 53, (Letopis 'Zhurnal Inyl-h SLate-.-, I-To. 08, 191,n). 0 sostoyanli polkhcm'vrologioheSkOy romoshchi Naseleniyu v Astrakhanskoy Oblwti p. 5.52 V ob Aktualln. probl. neVrOPdtOl _i Psikhiatrii- Ruvbvshev, 1957. SDIONOV; S. (g,Petrozavodsk) FIRSOVA 0 h.-konstruktor,- .Odessa); PETRYAY.GV, V. YIASLOV., V.j VARSUM MINg= Readars report.. advise, suggest. Zhil.-kom. khoz. 12 no.1:15 A t62. (MIRA 15: 6) 1. Predeedatell domovogo komiteta domoupravleniya No.13 Sovetakogo rayona,, g Gorlkiy (for Petrvanov). iMunicipal services5-- 2V :-, , ~ ~- ~ , . - ~- -. FIRSOVA) O.D. Work of the Crimean Provincial Oncological Dispensary in in- creasing oncological knowledge among medical personnel. Vop. onk. 7 no.113100-102 161. (MIRA 15:5) 1., Iz Krymskogo oblastnogo onkologicheskogo, dispansera, (glav- vraeb - O.D. Firsova). (CANCER) A, p~k 'W XAGIB, Akhmed; (Moskva) Methodology for performing bronchospirometry, Eksper, kchir. i anest. 8 no.431-33 Jl-Ag 163. (MIM 17 t 5) FIRSOVA~ P. P. FIRSOVA, P. P. "Change of the.Phagocytic Reaction of the Blood In Patients With Intlamnatory Processes and Under the Influence of Pathogenetic Therapy." Sub 24 Dec 52, Acad Med Scl. UST. (Dissertation for the Degree of Candidate in Medical Sciences). SO: Vechernaya Moskva January-December 1952 YIRSOVA. P.P. sthods for studying respiration In pulmonary patients [with surnAry In BuglIsh] Ikeper.khir. I no,4s43-49 Jl-Ag 156 (MIRA-Ils2o) 1. Is Institute, khirargii imeni A.T. Vishnevskogo (dlr. -chlen- korrespondent AMR SSSR prof. A.A. Vishnevskiy) AMR SSSR. (PINSPIRATICK, function tests preopo in cardiopulm, surge# new appare (Rua)) (IMSPIRATION, now appnr. for preop. funct.tests in enrdiopulm. surgo (Rug)) (IMSPIRATION, funct. die., technics & appar. FIRSOVA. F.P (Moskva) Differential diagnosis of thoracic tumors vith Minor's test. nin. me&. 34 no.12:71-76 D 156. (KISA 10:2) le Is 2-go khtrurgicheskogo otdelaniya (sav. - Prof. G.V.Alipov) Instituts kh1rugil iment AsVoVishnavskogo AHN SSSR (dir. - chlen- korrespondent AMU SSSR prof* A.A.Vishnevskiy) (THORAX, neoplasms neurilemona, diag., evesting test) (,MURILWWA, diag ~ thorax, sweating test) FIRSOVA.. P.P. A simplified method for pecialized Ibronchospirometry. Report No,2. (with summary in English? Jksper.khir. 2 no.5*58-61 S-0 157. (MIRA 11:2) 1. Iz 2-go khirurgiobeekogo otdeleuiya (zav. - prof. G.V-Alipov) Institute khirurgii imeni A.Y.Vishnevokogo AMN SSSR (dir. - daystvi- tellny7 chlen AMU SSSR prof. A-A.Visbnevskiy-) (RESPIRATION. fanot. tests bornehospirometry, simple method (Rue)) USSR/General Problems of Pathology. Neoplasms. U A'bs,Jour: Ref,Zhur-Biol., No 8, 1958, 37293, Author :-Firsuva, P.P., Pyltsov, X.M. Inst Title The Clinic of~Lung Plasmocytoma. Orig Pub: Klinich. meditaiina., IM)_ 35P HO 7, 98-102. Abstract: Theauthors describe three personal observations of extra medullary lung plasmocytomas and analyzed 8 canes in the world of literature. The tumor was more fre- quently situatedAn the upper lobes of the lung, in the form of an isolated structure inclosed in a thin capsule. On section, the tumor appeared white-yellowish or gray-yelIowish in color, was fragile, and consisted of mature plasma cells of 10-12 microns in diameter. Card 1/2 FIRSOVA, P.P. (Hookm). --PNW*- Pneumograph with a,measuring system. Acep. khir, 3 ao.605-56 H-D 13810 (PHYSIOLOGIGAL UTARATUS) (RI*PIFATION) (KIRi 12: 1) , A VOROPAYNV, H*14*; KAZAYSV. P.N.; 7IRSOVA. P.P. Angiopneumograpbr in lung cancer. Sov.mad. 22 no.2:49-52 7 158. (MIFIA ll*-4) 1. Iz 2-go khirurgichaskogo (zav. - prof. G.A.Alipov) i rentgano- logicheakogo (sav. - prof. PAI.Kazayev) otdolaniy Insituta khirtLrgii imeni A.Y.Vishnovskogo (dir. - doyetvitellnyy ablen Akademil meditainskikh nauk SSSR Drof. A.A.Vishnevskly) Akadekmii maditsinskikh nauk SSSR. (IIJM NEOPIASKS. diag, angiopneumography (Rua)) (ANGIOGRORT, in various dis. lung cancer, angiopneumograpIT Otus)) KRTMSKIT, L*J)*,; ?IRSOTA, P,Pe, (Koskva) Unusual case of thymoma. Arobl. andoki gorm. 5 no.5:111-114 S-0 '59. OaRA 13 :5) 1. Is Institute. khirurgii imeni A.V. Vishonvokogo (dir. - doym-tvi- telinyy chlen ANN SSM prof. AA. Vishnevskiy). (THYMOVA case reports) OV UY.. A.A.; _gM AvZZ.; RUITRIMAp ?.Ye, [deceased] (Minical picture of nonparanitio aysto of the pericardiumi, Rhirurgiia 37 p#10-12 Ja 161, (MMA 34s2) 1. Iz InstitutA khirurgii imeni AIDV. Viabnevskogo (dir, - dayst- vitellnyy ob3,e7A AMN SWR profs A*A* Vielaievskiy)* (paloARDIUM-TUMORS) (CYSTS) FIRSOVA, P P. Xffoot of pleural adbesions on the function of external real-Ara- tion. Grud. khir. no,2:46-51 162, (MIRA .15:4)' 11 is 2-90 khirurgichaskogo otdoleni34 (sav. - prof. 0. V. Alipov) Instituta kbirurgii imeni A. Vo Vishnevskogo (dir. - deystvitel Inyy cbleh AMN SSSR prof. A. A. 1fdobnevskiy) JHN SSSR. Adres avtcym: Moskva, B, Serpukhovskaya ul., d, 28, Institut khirurgii ime-ni A. V. Viohnevokogo. (RMRA.DISMES) ,(ADESSIONS(ANATCKY)) Fl-R30VA, P.P.: PECHATNIKOVA, Yo.A.; AKIJMET-nGIB Physiological basis of surgical approaches to the esophagus. Vest.khir. zio9319-14 162o (mrRA 15:3) 1, Iz Instituta, khirurgii im. A.V. Vishnevskogo (dir, - pr2f. A.A. Vishnevdkiy) AMR SWR. Adres avtorovi Moskva,, B. Serpakhov- skays, ul,, d.27, Institut khirurgii im. A-V. Vishnevskope (ESOPHAGYJS--SURGERY) (SPIROSCOPE AVD SPIROSCOFY) FIRSOVAP-P*P*j MAYSYUKp A.P.; NIKONOROVV A.I. Diagnosis and treatment of cartilaginous formatIons in the lungs, Khirurgi:La.38 no.12.-28-34,,D 162... (NM 17t 6) 1. Iz Instituta khirgurgii imeni A.V. Viohnevskogo (direktor dpystvitellnyy chlen AMN SSSR prof. A.A. Vishnevskly) AMN SSSR. -FMOVA.. R.P.; MAYSMJK, A.F. 3nterocystomas of the thoracic cavity. Grudn. khir. 5 no. 3: 92-94 My%-,To 163. (MIRA 17:1) 1. Adres avtoroviMoskva,, B*Servuldiovskaya ul., d. 27, Tnstitut khinirgii imeni A.V.Vishnevskogoo FUCHKOV, N.V.; ~LYT-)J -!.F - Effect of parasympathicotropic substances on ihe phagocyt:Lc activity of loukocytes in patients with cancer; prelimina:ry report. Biul. eksp. biol. i med. 55 no.3:85-86 Rr 163. (14IRA :18:2) 1. Iz laboratoril patofiziologii (zav. - prof. N.V. Pichkov) Instituta pediatrii AIIN SSSR I Instituta khirurgii imeni A.V. Vishnevskogo (direktor - deystvitellnyy chlen AMN SSSR A.11. Vishnevskiy), Moskva. Submitted May 15, 1961. SARKISOV, D.S.j--UUPV-A,_P!,P..j NRISUN, A.A. (Moskva) Giant-csll m43Agn=t thruma. Arkh. pat. 26 no.12:26-31 164. 1. 2-ye khirurgichesk6ye otdeleniye (zav. - doktor med.nauk M.MiVoropaye-)-i otdol patologicheskory anatomii (zav. - prof. D.S.Sarkism) Instituta khirurgii imeni Vishnevskogo (dir. - deystvitelInyy chlen AMN SSSR prof. A.A.Vishnevskiy) AMN SSSR. ALITER, L.B Joktor ekon. nauk; BLYUMIN, I.G.f doktor ekon. nauk [;e'ceased]; KARATAYEV, N.K., prof.; REUEL', A.L., doktor ekon. nauk; STEPANOV, I.G., doktor ekon. nauk; SHTEYN, V.M., doktor ekon. nauk; POLYANSKIY, F.Ya,, doktorist. nauk; BOBKOVI K.I.2 kand. ekon. nauk; VASILEVSKIY, Ye.G., kand,, ekon. nauk; MOROZOV, F.M.p kand. ekon. nauk; POII%UM, Ye.I., kand. ekon. nauk; RYNDINA, M.N., kand. ekon. nauk;_E=~"~ h..,_ kand. ekon. nauk; TSAGA, V.F., kand. ekon. nauk; Zw~ I., red.; VOSKRESENSKAYA) T., red.; NEZNANOV, V., red.; ULANOVA, L.p tekba red. (History of economic theories) Istoriia ekonomicheskikh uchenii. Moskvav Sotsekgizp 1963. 549 P. (MIRA 17:2) 1. Akademiya nauk'SSSR. Institut ekonomiki. SLABKINA, A.I.,kand. sellkhoz. nauk; r)VL,.T,N , kand. sell- khoz. nauk; POTOKIN, V.P.# kand. sellkhoz. naukj VOLKOVI G.K.0 kand, vet. naukj SHKUDOVA, R.I., red. (Principles of animal husbandry] Osnovy zhivotnovodstva, Moskva, Kolosp 1964. 263 P. (MIRA Mill) 88473 S/078/61/006/001/007/019 BO17/BO54 5,21oo AUTHORS: Mellnikov, A. Kh., Firsova, T. P. TITLE: Low-temperature Ril~t~ion of Sod'ium Hyperoxide With Water Vapor PERIODICALt Zhurnal'neorganicheskoy khimii, 1961, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. t169 - 176 TEXT: The reaction of sodium hyperoxide.'(NaO2) with water vapar at -10, -5, and 0OC and a water vapor pressure of'2.0 - 41.6 mm Hg was ilynamically investigated by the apparatus shown in Fig.l. Results are compiled in a table. Fig.2 shows the kinetics of oxygen delivery and the absorption of water vapor in the reaction of sodium hyperoxide with water vapor. The 0 reaction of sbdium hyperoxide with water vapor between -10 and 0 C proceeds according to the equation 2 Na02 + nH20 ---,,Na2o2*nH20 + 02' Fig-4 shows the t'ernary diagram of the system Na 0 - 1/2 0 H 0 at 0, -5, and 2 2 - 2 0 -10 C. The heat effect of the formation of sodium peroxide octahydrate Card 1/2. 88473 Low-temperature Reaction of Sodium Hyperoxide S/078/61/006/001,1'007/619 With Water Vapor B017/BO54 from NaO2 and water vapor is 115-48 kcal, in the reaction with water it is~ 29 kcal. In the reaction of granulated sodium hyperoxide with water vapor at +200C, a monohydrate of sodium hydroxide is formed with delivery of active oxygen. The octahydrate of sodium hyperoxide was synthesised. Its i 0 specific gravity is 1-56 at 0 C. Two endothermic effects appear tin the 0 0 heating curves, the first at 50 - 70 C, the second at 110 - 130 C. Fig.6 shows the rate of oxygen delivery from the octahydrate of sodium hyper-, oxide as a function of temperature. I. A. Kazarnovskiy, S. Z. Makarov, N.,,K'.Grigorlyeva, and V. R. Kotov are mentioned. There are 6 figures and 19 r;firencest 9 Soviet, 9 US, and 1 French. SUBMITTED: October 8, 1959 gfular fly. 27854 17. 11 T1 kt-~o 12- 7 ~j I Sb S1078/6!/006/010/l."01/010 1/,21110 B121/B101 AUTURS: Mellnikov, A. Kh.p Piraova, T. P., Molodkina, A. N. TITLE: Production of pure preparations of sodium peroxide and potassium su~eroxide PERIODICAL: Zhurnal neorganicheskoy khimii, v. 6, no. 10, 1961, 2225-2229 TEXT: An improved method has been developed for producing pure prepara- tions of sodium peroxide,(Ka2 02) , and potassium superoxide, K02 , by oxidizing the metals with oxygen. The apparatus is shown in Fig. 1. Reaction flask I is filled with the alkali metal by feeding part of the metal, previously melted in a toot tube, through a capillary tube into flask 1. Sodium peroxide-wao produced from sodium and oxygen ina two- stage process. In the first stage, an oxygen pressure of 6-8 mmHg is applied for about 30 mini the,second stage lasting for 2-2 1/2 hr is performed under atmospheric pressure. At the beginning of oxidation an orange-colored luminescence of the metal occurs at 240-2500C, which may be prevented by reducing the 02 supply. Complete oxidation occurs at a Card 1/3 27894 S/078/61/006/010/'001/010 Production of pure preparations of... B121/B101 temperature of 3600C at moat. The loose reaction product formed can easily be removed from the reaction space. The process is easily reproducible and gives yields of 100 ~ of Na 202' Potassium superoxide is similarly formed: Metallic potassium is treated in the first stage for 30-40 min at an oxygen pressure of 6-6 mm Hg, and in the second etage for 4-5 hr at atmospheric pressure. The initial temperature in the oxidation process applied to obtain potassium superoxide is 110-1200C, and the final temperature is 3500C at most. The KO 2 yield was 92.74-98-34 %. This process involves a noticeable corrosion of the glass reaction vessel owing to silicate formation. Thus, high-purity preparations can be obtained only in vessels resistant to alkali oxides. Proper dooing of oxygen results in a reaction time only one-fourth or one-fifth that required 'with the use of air In the first stage (paper by I. A. Kazarnovskiy, S. I. Raylrhahteyn (Zh. fiz. khimii, 21, i45A 1947)) is mentioned. There are 2 figures, 2 tables, and 3 reYie'iences: I Soviet and 2 non-Soviet. The reference to the English-language publication reads as follows: A. V. Harcourt, J. Chem. Boo. (London), jA, 267 (1862). SUBMITTED: September 15, 1960 Card 2/3 2 27895 S/078/61/006/010/002/010 11-1155 B121/B101 AUTHORS: Melinikov, A. Kh., Firsova, T.P. I--- - TITLE: Interaction of sodium superoxide and carbon dioxide In the presence of water vapor PERIODICAL: Zhurnal neorganicheskoy khimiiq v. 69 no. 10, 1961, 2230-2236 TEXT: The reaction of sodium superoxide with carbon dioxide in the presence of water vapor is studied by a dynamic method in the temptyrature range from -10 to +250C. The apparatus is described in Zh. neorg. khimii, A, no. 10 (1961). At -10p.0, and 100C, the humidity of the gas mixture corresponded to saturation; at 250C, relative humidity was 25 or 50 %. it was found that oxygen was set free but incompletely below 100C (only "superoxide oxygen"): 2NaO 2 +2C0 2 - Na2C206 +02 (6). Humidity asaists to form the peroxy-dicarbonate (Na 20..8H20 as intermediate product). The absorption of carbon dioxide proceeds slowly under these operating condi- tions. The molar ratio CO 2/02 tot exceeds 1. A significant change of the reaction process occurs at 250C. Evolution of oxygen proceeds very Card 1/2 27895 S/078/61/006/010/002/010 Interaction of sodium superoxide and.- B121/B101 quickly and the capability of sodium superoxide to absorb carbon dioxide decreases; the molar ratio CO 2/92 falls below 0.5. The following reactions occur: (1) 2ffaO2 +H20 - 2NaOH + 1 1/2 02 (2) 2NaOH + C02 - Na 2CO3 +R20. Sodium peroxy dioarbonate Na 2C206was synthesized from sodium superoxide or sodium peroxide, carbon dioxide, and water. The initial peroxides were ground with a certain quantity-of ice, The concentration of carbon dioxide in the initial gas mixture did not exceed 1 % by volume and was increased to 100 % by volume during the reaction. The reaction product is concen- trated with alcohol and ether, and liberated from adsorbed ether VaDors by vacuum distillation. IdenticAl products were obtained from sodium peroxide and sodium superoxide (yield 68-85.9 %); this was confirmed by thermal analysis. Thermal deoompositi6n of sodium peroxy-dicarbonate occurs with simultaneous evolution of active oxygen and carbon dioxide: Na2C206 -Na 2C03 +CO2 +112 0 2 (7). There are 3 figures, 2 tables, and 4 references; 2 Soviet and 2 non-Soviet. SUBMITTED: September 15, 1960 Card 2/2 ooo 29529 S/078/61/006/011/004/013 B101/B147 AUTHORS: htelOnikov, A. Kh.~.Firsova, T. P- TITLE: Interaction between sodium peroxide octohydrate and gaseous carbon dioxide PERIODICAL: Zhurnal neorganicheskoy khimii, v. 6, no. 11, 1961, 2,170-2473 TEXT: In a previous paper (Zh. neorgan. khimii, 6, no. 10 (1961)), the authors found that the reaction between NaO and j6 in the presence of 2 2 water vapor yielded sodium peroxy-dicarbonate, Na2 C 206' In this sYnthesis, Na20 2' 8H 20 was produced-as intermediate stage. Since Na 20206 might be of practical importance as mild oxidizer, it was synthesized by reacting CO 2 with Na 2 02* 8H20. The latter can easily be synthesized from NaOH and H 202- Dry CO 2 was conducted over Na 202' 8H20 which was contained as a thin layer in a flask. The reaction vessel was cooled by water. The synthesis proceeded in three stages, (1) PCO 2 = 3 mm Hg, 1.5 - 2 hr; (2) p Co 2~ 30 mm Hg, Card liV, 29529 S/076/61/006/011/004/013 Interaction between sodium peroxide... B101/B147 0.5 hr; (3) alternate filling of the reaction vessel with pure X 2 and subsequent evacuation for removing the water residues, Experiments were performed between 0 and 33 0C. 85.7 - 95-5~ yields of Na2 C206 weri~ obtained independent of temperature. The specific weight of this compound which was pyonometrically determined in benzene was 2X75 at 200C. The product contained NaHCO 3 as impurity. The following data are given: Substance Molecular weight Density, /cm3 9) Specif c volume, cD/mole Relative change of v("lume 2NaO . 2 110 2.18 50.5 1.00 Na202' 8H 20 222,1 1.57 142 2.51 Na2C206 166 2-075 80.0 1.58 Therefrom it follows that carbonization of octohydrate causes a considerable decrease of volume. The differential thermal analysis of Na2C206 Y(ith a Kurnakov pyrometer showed an endothermic effect at 1020C, which corresponds Card 2/'V 3 W 3/078'?R~00 6/011/004/0 13 Interaction between sodium peroxide... B101/B147 to thermal decomposition of Na 2 C206into Na 2C0 Y From a 30';~ KI solution, 12 is liberated by Na 2C206' The action of water on Na 2C206 ini tia,tes hydrolysis already at room temperature. Active oxygen)and, especially at the beginnin8 of the process, CO 2 are set free (Fig. 3 . For this course of hydrolysis, the follo~iing is assumed: Formation of HaHCO 49 then of H CO and decomposition into CO and H 0 Decomposition of H 0 2 49 2 2 2- 2 2? liberation of active oxygen, is the slower process. There are 3 figures, 2 tables, and 2 Soviet references. SUBMITTED: September 15, 1960 Card 34-3 S/078/62/007/006/004/024 B120130 AUTHORSt Mellnikov, A. Kh.,,Firsova, T. P., Molodkina, A. V. TITLE: Interaction of potassium hyperoxide with water vapor and carbun-dioxide PhRIODICAL: Zhurnal neorganicheskoy khimii, v. 7, no. 6, 1962, 1228-1236 TEXT: When studying the interaction of potassium hyperoxide with water vapor between -10 and +190C it was shown that practically no peroxide. oxygen was set free at -100C, while at OOC 3/4 of the original peroxide oxygen remained in the product, even after 3 hrs. Practically the whole peroxide oxygen was set free at 19 0C. At 100C and below, the hydrated compounds K 20 2-nR 20 were formed, wh!. le at 1qoC and above KO2 was converted to KOH with release of the whol*e active oxygen, and - in the presence of sufficient water vapor - KOH was formed in various hydrated forms and solutions. Fig- 3 shows the grgdual change of composition of tho solid phaseq and Fig. 4 shows the arrangement for studying the interaction between KO and GO The interaction depende mainly on temperature. 2 2* Card 1/9 1T S/07 62/007/006/004'/024 Interaction of potas6ium hyperoxide ... B124YE138 The composition of the end product depends on the transition phase formed during the first stage of interaction between KO 2 and water vapor. it 100C and belowl hyperoxide oxygen is set free, and potassium peroxodi- carbonate K 2C 206is formed, while at 500C and above potassium carbonate ana bicarbonate are formed with the release of all the active oxargen (Figs. 7 and 8). Bef-ween 10 and 500C, the formation of K C 0 io mainly', 2 2 6 i determined by the effective removal of the heat of t)ie exothermic reaction between KO2 and CO 2- No proofs have been found for the formation of potassium monoperoarbonatep K 2COV and potassium pyrocarbonate, P:.,c 205* There are 8 figures and 2 tables. The three most important Englioh- refermaces ares P. W. Gilles, J. L.-Margrave, J. Phys. Chem. 60, 1333 (1956); C. A. Kraus, E. F. Parmenter, J. Amer. Soc. 56, 2385 (1934); J. R. Partington, A. TJ. Fathallahq J. Amer. Chem.'Soc., 1934 (1950- ASSOGIATIONs Institut obshchey i neorganicheskoy khimii im. 11. S. Xurnakova Akademii nauk SSSR (institute of General und Inor- ganic Chemistry imeni N. S. Kurnakov of the Academy of Sciences USSR) Card 2/1 S Interaction of potassium hyperoxide SUBMITTED: l1lovember 1, 1960 Card .3/0 S/07 62/007/006/004/024 BI 24YBI 38 Fig. 3. Ternary diagram for K 0 - (1/,")0 H 0. 2 2 2 (I) Test temperature -,10 and O'D(,' (II) tost.temperature 190C. Legends (A) K02 S/078/62/007/006/005/024 B124/B138 Imi R' i mel nikov, Kh. I Firsoval T. P. I Molodkina, ft. 11. TITLE: Production of pure potassium peroxodicarbonate and study of.' some of its properties PERIODICAL- Zhurnal neorganicheskoy khimiij v- 7, no. 6, 1962, 123T-1241 TEXT: The authorn studied the optimum conditions for the convernion of potassium hyperoxide to potassium peroxodicarbonate, and compared the properties of the latter with those of peroxodicarbonate obtained according to E. J. Constam and A. Hansen. They used 98.7% potassium hyperoxide as initial product. A mixture of CO 2 and kater vapor was continuously blown.throuGh a thin layer of fine-grained product. The temperature of the thermostat, in which the reactor was placed, was kept~" at - OOC; the hyperoxide layer was heated to 100C by the heat rileased during the reaction. The experiments took 1-2 hre; they were c,9.rri-ed on until constant weight was reached. Finally, the product was dried with dry air for 2-3 hrol first at experimental and then at room temperature.,. Card 1 S/078/62/007/006/0()5/024 Production of pure potassium B124/BI36 The resulting product was light-brown whereas the electrolytic product had a pale-bluish color. The product obtained by interaction of KO 2 with CO 2... had an average pvrfty of - 85%. The electrolytic production of K C 0 2 2 6 from saturated K 2CO3 solution was performed in an H-shaped vessel, with a porous separating wall; platinum wire was used as anode and a platinum disk as cath9de. A 3CA-10 (VSA-10) selenium rectifier provided alternat-. ing current of 15-16 v and 0.1-0.3 a. The electrolyte temperature was -15 to -200C and the purity of the product up to 99.9~. Dry K 2C206 preparations obtained by the two methods are fairly stable, even at room temperature. Losses of active 'oxygen within I year are only fractions of I~a at room temperature. The product becomes gradually brighter. The thermogram obtained by Kurnakov pyrometer (Fig. 2) showed two endothermic effectso at 155-1600C (thermal decomposition of K 2C 206) and at 198-2000C (decomposition of KHCO 3). The specific gravity of pulle K20206. obtained from KO 2 was determined pycnometrically in benzene solution,at Card 2/d s/07 62/007/00.6/'005/024 Production of pure potassium ... B124YB138 0 20 C. it was 1.97, while for electrolytic K C 0 it was 1-95- 2 2 6 S. Z. 111takarov and I. I. Vollnov are mentioned. There are 3 figures and 2 tables. The English-langoage reference is: 1. R. Partington, A. U. Fathallah, J. Cheat. Soo.-(London), 1934 (1950)- ASSOCIATION: Laboratoriyaperekisnykh aoyedineniy, Institut obshchej i neorganicheskoy khimii im. 9. S. Kurnakova Akademil nauk SSSR,1 (Laboratory of Peroxide Compounds, Institute of General and. Inorganic Chemistry imeni N. S. Kurnakov-of the Academy of Sciences USSR) SUBMITTED: December 3, 1960, Fig. 2. Thermogram. of potassium peroxodicarbonates (CL) obtained, from otassium hyperoxide; (6) obtained electrolytically. Legends R 1000 ohms; (B) R diff simple 70000 ohmsj (0) time, min, Card Un IF, S/078/63/008/002Y'002/012 BIOI/B186 AUTHORSs P i rs!~ Molodkinat 'At N-P Morozoval T. Gelp Akeenova, L. V* TITLEs Synthesis of sodi" peroxocarbonates PERIODICALt Zhurnal-neorganicheskoy khimii, v. 89 no. 2't 19630 276 264 TEXTs In order to prove the existenoe-ofalkali hydroperoxides and to develop a simple method for synthesizing alkali pe'roxocarbonates,-CO' was 2. ~bubbled through concentrated solutions of NaGH and H202 at low temperatures. The filtrate was washed with ether and dried, in air. The ratio NSOH I H-0 2.2 was chosen aoqording to the + &q -:equations 2MOR + R 0 2 2 M2029a" 0 When MOH + "2 21~,_MOOH + U2 0 and MOB + 1-5 H202---*MOOH-0-5 H202 + H.200 1), bubbling of 00 throughw carefully mixing H2P2 'with XaOH (ratios 0-5 2 the mixture at a temperature from 0 to -150C lead after 8 - 10 min to'dis... solution of the-initially formed sodium peroxide actahydrate and to th~ Card 1/3 5/078/63/008/002/002/01-2 Synthesis of sodium peroxocarbonates B101/B186 sedimentation of a new phase which,vas identified as. Na C *XH 0. Depend- 2 Z(6 2 ing on the drying conditions, x fluctuated between 0.6 and 14 mole.. The residual 0.6 mole H20 could not be removed without decomposing the substance., Thermographio analysis pointed to an endothermic effect at 1260C-Ni'th the total active oxygen being liberated and Na CO foiming. If themixing ratio 2 3 H 0 j NaOH was I s 1_Y1k9,OH-3H 0 was formed first. 'Bubbling CO~ through 2 2 2 the solution at a temperature between 0 and -200C lead to the formation of sodium diperoxocarbonate NaHCO *H 0 according to the equation 00 4 2. 2 + MOOH With the ratio-H 0 v NaOH 1,.5_s 1 NaOOH-0.5H 0*2H 0 4* 2 2 2 was formed as intermediate pToduot, as final product also'KaHCO -it 0. 'The 4 for-mation of thenew phase was finished in 20 to 25 min, longer bubbling lead to the decomposition of peroxocarbonate,into bicarbonate. The yield'- of sedimented peroxocarbonate depends on the degree of dilution du.e to the. solubility of this compound. According to the equation NaOH+ CO 2 + H202 --- "NaHCO4 tH20, the,sol vent H20does not combine in the compound. At Card 2/3 /S/078/63/008/002/'002/012 Synthesin of sodium peroxocarbonates B101/B166 'OOC and a ratio of NaOH a H 0 1 1 5-5 the yield was 8094at a ratio of 2 I 1 23 no sodium diperoxcoarbonate was precipitated. This corresponds to.:' a 12% solubility of,this compound. A thermographic analysis yielded an endothermic effect at500C with a transformation to Na CO, *H 0 whereby 2 3 2 2 only half of the active oxygen wag libera ated, ae'Well as an iixothermic effect at 750C where the remaini j 0 wa's liberated and finally'an endo-~, ni 2 thermic effoot'at 1000C caused by dehydration. This thermographic result proves that NaHCO 'H 0 is not identical with compounds of equal gross 4 2 formula, as.e.g. NaHCO H 0 or Na C 0 R 0 02H 9. NaHCO a 0 crystalliiiq 3 2 2 2 2 6' 2 2 2 4* 2 in anisotropio needles. There are 4 figures and 6 tables. ASSOGIATIONt' Institut obahchey i neorgani:cheakoy ihimii im. N. S1. Kurna- kova Akademii nauk,SSSR, Laboratoriya perekianykh soyedineuiy (Institute of General and Inorganic Chemiatry imeni X. S. : Kurnakov of the Academy of Sciences-USSR,Laboratory of Per- oxide Compounds) SUBMITTEDs may 24t 1962, C a rd 3/3 PIRSOVAj V. A., kand. mod. nauk Campovition of the carebrospinal fluid during treatment for tuberculous meningitis without the subarachnoid administratiDn of medicinal substances. Probl. tub. no.3:31;-AA 162, -(MIRi 15114) 1. Is detskor kliniki (say, - zaaluzbenrO7 dayatell nauki prif. M. P. Pokhitonova) Instituta, tuborkulaza ANN SSSR (dir. - chlen- korrespondent AMN SSSR prof. N. A. Sbmelev) KMNGES-TUBEFCULOSIS) WROSPINAL FLUID) 0 ACCESSION NR: AT4028334 S10000/63/000/00DIO119/0127, AUTHOR: Firsova, T. P.; Molodkina, A. N.; Morozova, T. G.; Aksenova, 1. V. T17LE: Investigation ofthe reaction process of carbon dioxide with alkali solutions of hydrogen peroxide and the synthesis of peroxocarbonates SOURCE: Soveshchaniye po khimft perekisny0kh soyedinenLy. Second, Moscour 1961. Khimiya perekisny*kh soyedineniy (dhemistry of peroxide compounds); Doklad,y* soveshchaniy. Moscow, Izd-vo AN SSSR, 1963, 119-127 TOPIC TAGS: carbon dioxide, hydrogen peroxide, perearbonate synthesis, sodi= .superoxide, potassium superoxide, water vapor, alkali ABSTRACT: The purpose of this paper is to explain the principle possibility and conditions of forming perearbonates with the action of carbon dioxide on aqueous alkali solutions of hydrogen peroxide and to confirm the conclusions of previous research relative to the character of the reaction of sodium peroxide and potassium-! peroxide with witer vapor and carbon dioxide. A mixture of aqueous hydro2cide solu_.~ tio4s (sodium or potassium) and,hydrogen peroxide was treated by carbon d1oxide. Thellprecipitates. obtained were subjected to full quantitative analysis In the general alkali content.' The results of are presented in tables and Card 1/2 ACCESSION NR: thermQgrams. The authors confirm the conclusions of the previous research. A new method of obtaining true percarbohates of alkali metals which are contained in the carbonization of aqueous alkali a7blutions of hydrogen peroxide is developed. The advantages of the proposed method in comparison with known laboratory methods of producing percarbonates, is contiined in the fact that it does not require a complex apparhtus, or u1se of organic solvents as well as preliminary stages for cbtaining :peroxide as initial substances. Orig. art. has: 4 figui'es,.4 tables anei 8 formulas. 'iASSIOCIAT'ION: Xnstitut'obahchey-i neorganicheskoy khimii im. N.S. Xurnakma AN SSSR' (Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry AN SSSR) SUBMITTED: 13Dec63. DATE ACQ:. 06Apr64 ~ENCL:` .00 SUB,CODE: CH NO REP SOV: 005 OTEMR: _001 Card 2/2 ACCESSION NR: AT4028335 S/0000/63/000/004)/0128/0139. AUTHOR: Mel'nikov, A. Kh.; Firs6va, T. P.; Molodkina, A. N.; Horozova, T. Aksenova, I. V. TITLE: Investigation of the reaction of sodium superoxide and potassium superoxide withuater vapor and carbon dioxide and the synthesis of perearbonates SOURCE: Soveshchaniye -po khimii perekisny*kh soyedineniy. Second, Moscow, 196lo 10iimiya perekiany*kh soyedineniy (chemistry of peroxide compounds); Doklady* soveshchanly. Moscow, Izd-vo AN SSSR,'1963, 128-139 TdPIC TAGS: sodium peroxide, potassium peroxide, water vapor,carbou dioxide, percarbonate, percarbonate synthesis, oxygen, water, sodium superoxidej potassium superoxide ABSTRACT: The 'authors investigate the reaction of sodium superoxide and potassium sup~roxide with water vapor and carbon dioxide at alowered temperature thei;properties of-the solid phase of the peroxide type formed in the process of this reaction. The work is divided into twovegments: 1) the investigation of reaction; process kinetics of sodium and potassium superoxides with water vapor and, carbon dioxide in the presence of water vapor and 2)-the d~nthdsis and study of properties. Card 1/2 'ACCESSION NR: .,AT4028335 of 'the peroxide type of solid phases formed in the low temperature reaction of sod-T ium and potassium superoxides with*carbon dioxide and water vapor. Diagram of the; illystrations are shown; graphs showing the kinetic curves of oxygen seperation, .water vapor and carbon dioxide absorption are presented. Tables presenting th comiosition of potassium and sodium percarbonates are given. The study of the re-, ,action kinetics'shows two directions of the process depenaent on the temperature. Ij. Within a temperature region of from +100 to -100C, sodium and potassium superoxides~ react with water vapor'knd carbon dioxide, accompanied by a discharge of ouperoxide oxygen only and,the foimation of sodium and potassium percarbonates. The inter- mediate phases of the reaction process of sodium and potassium superoxide with water ~vapoe. and carbon; dioxide at low temperatures are synthesized. Some of the properties previ6usly unpublished (thermo-atability, specific weighta, hydrolysis, etc.) are, studied.: Orig. art. has: 4 tables, 9 figures, and 9 formulas. ASSOCIATION: Instituit obshchey L"neorganicheskoy khimU im. NS KurnakoviL AN SSSR, (Institute of Ceneral and Inorganic Chemistry,'-AN SM) SUBMITTEW 13Dec63 DATE ACQ: 06Apr64, ENCL: 00 r OMMRs 019':.'-';~ SUB CODE: CH No REP SOVt .017 Card 2/2 9 078 3/008/CO3/002/020 --bi17 186. ti D AUTHORSi Mellnikoi~_' TITLE: 'iixpor. wit Reaotion.-o hydrd#efi-'~,1p*rox1dw h hydroxiAes of line' alkali.and alk'a" -44r h,z neta~o" PERIODICAL: Zhurna. A6organiohil'o-k6*y-..'kh'iioii~" 3, 1961 i -560 562, . ' i : ' d'::.A su gg F 1 TEXT, Chemisorption va 4f i6 i6nt. awAbod of ovo4poing si ep e peroxide co , mpounds 6 from scilid - , hydroxides and hydiro'en other method id 9 ar has the following advanidgei pier-oxitfe -Y&'Po,r on solid hydroxides and th.4 the, vi~ter' Efet free -in the reaction create. oofiditio'nsi, 0i .ch,`:~~ij*v4fit.,ihe b'ydrol$sid of~ the tind -heiio6-1,.- e 6omplei ds6tr'uotton. The. dissolved peroxide bomio"Oii th reactions were-studied in, Vacuo. 46dd the~'4enciion vessel continuously A)WvateT at the same time j and to contiol t~il.ftebeuxq in Th":10 kor, ib. dec.isiV6 in ma in t a in ing'' thq"~ hydi0g~i,'j ii6iide'!,oojioenfi~i ion' acting on the A doth,'.Yeact oh with-nea"I &' '-hydroxide surface. am y quAniitatilvop tr no- formation of H 0 to Ll 0'.' Mai, 0""..:~ko ~.Oko A0,okpia*04'.. si~qil. 2 2' in 2- 2 2 Card 1/2 ipet' Reaction of'hydrogdr oxide' the reaction occurred. 'only oft~ ',the sur ace--oi.ihe','gr-anulit4d'hyart)xideg it may be possible to increase the" metal ".pard" xi'de yields --bydnlarZih8-th.e reaction surface. Therd aire.,f-jigure'-afid tibi- ASSOCIATION: Institut obeh e- rgan. bh6sk6y-k ~,~neo Ift, Akademii A t"k-.; ny nal ~S"~k'-L~bbra or yk...perekiid Ah,.-:-soyo zon (Institute of Uneral-'and' lnorgini~.'dfiqmietry ilmeni N. 3..Kurnako~ of,:ih-e~Academy,'-of, Aoi6nc 68. USSR Wwratory ro' of Pe xide. d gard 2/2 FIRSOVA, T.P.; MODODKINA, A.N.; MROZOVAp T.G.; AKSENOVA, I.V. Synthesis of potassium peroxydicarbonates. Zhur. neorg. khim. 9 no.5.tlO66-1071 Yq 164. (MIRA 1.7-.9) 1. Laboratoriya perekisnykh soyedinbniy Instituta obshchey i neorganicheskoy khimii imeni N.S. KUrnakova AN SSSR. L IWT W/3WT(*)./ZWPM' -SMS/TiKeY -,P/DD R' -'45025511 UR/0062/65/000/CI09/1678/1679: ACCESSION N 541.11+655.39 :o AUTHOR: Firsova, T. P., Molodkina, A., N.; Morozova, T. G.; Aksenova, :1. V. t:-F TITLE: The melting temperature of potassium superoxide SOURCE: AN SSSR. Izvestiya. Seriya khimicheskaye, no. 9, 1965, 1678-1679 e air regeneration, life support TOPIC TAGS: potassium superoxidil .ABSTRACT: Potassium superoxide (KO.) is of~considerable importance as an agent, for regeneratina aiO' In this work, samples containing 89-99% KOZ and potassium peroxide, carbonate, hydroxide and small amounts of water were subjected to dif fer- ential. thermal analysis. It was found that at atmospheric pressure the-melting points of various samples r to 530C. At pressure3 of 1-2 mm the anged from 490 melting points-dropped to 350-415C., In the-course of the wa observed that molten potassium superoxide reacts vi rously with the glass walls go the container to form-potassium silicate. This reaction is accompanied by, o f ...... evolution of nascent oxygen. Orig. art. has: 3 figures, ]ASSOCIATION: -Institut obshchey i wDrganicheskoy khimii im N. S kurt2akova _y, Academy.of Sciences SSSR) nauk SSSR (Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistr I-Card 1/1 -Ad~kR' Ap6ol4414 SOURCE CODE:-bN/-60--62IT6-6iOO6TOO4-/675f/6755- AUTIHOR: Firsova, T. P.; Molodkina., A. N.; Morozova, T. G.; Stasevich,--/-- N, N, ORO: Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry im. N. S. Kurn;-:Ikov Academy of Sciences SSSR (Institut obshchey i neorganicheskoy khimii Akademii nauk SSSR) TITLE: Preparation and properties of sodium peroxide dihydrate SOURCE: AN SSSR. Izvectiya. Seriya khimicheskaya, no. 4. 1966, 757-759 TOPIC TAGS: sodium compound, peroxide, heat resistance, thermogram, dehydration ABSTRACT: The dihydrate of sodium peroxide was obtained by vacuum dessicating the octahydrate at &over P20q. A thermogram for the dihydrate was drawn; its density was deteftined to be 1 "98ito.09 gm/cm3. Attempts to dehydrate to the monohydrate were not successful Dehydrati at 00 did not reduce the water of crystallization content. it 200 the water was removed slowly but hydroxide was formed simultaneously, Orig. art. has: 1 figure and 3 tableu. SUB CODE: 07/ suBm DATzs 16sep65/ oRiG Rw: oo7/ PTH REP: 007 Card UDC: 541.549ib46.3~J661.49 GOMBOVICH, Semen Rafailovich, insh.; PINK@ Iazarl Tegudovich, insh.;: BUZMICH# GoA,, kand. tekhn.'nauk, retsenzent- YIRSOVA lnzh., red@; HATVBMffA. U.N., tekhn. red. [3quipment for manufacturing slag concrete blockil Oborudovw3le Me, proizvodstva ehlakobetonAfth himnei* Noskra, Goo. nauchjw- tekhn. izd-vo mashinostroit. lit-rY,,1957. 3.43 P. (MIRA UV7) (Concrete blocks) BAL~OD, R.R.; BOKOLYAR. S.M.; ANDROSOV, A.A., kand.tekhn. neuk. retsenzent,; Y~SOTA, T.Y., inzh., red.; SHIBNOTA. G.V., tathn. red.; UVAROVA, A.F.-, -rwkhav--jmd. [Mechante of an asphalt concrete plantl Mekhantk asfalltobstonnogo zavoda. Moskva, Goa. nauchno-tekha. izd-vo mashinostroit. lit-ry, 1958. 96 p. (MIRA 11:12) (Concrete plants--Equipment and supplies) FIRSOVA, V.A. Differential diagnosis of tuberculous and serous meningitis. Pediatriia no.1:82-83 JA-F 154. (MLRA 7:3) 1. Iz detskoy klAniki (saveduyuBhehiy - professor M.P.Pokhitonova) Institute. tuberkaleza Akademii meditsinskikh nauk SSSR (direlftor Z.A.Lebedeva). (Tuberculosis) (Keningitia) FIRSOVA, V.A., mladshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik ""WKQMJ~~ Jkporienoe in treating experimental meningeal tuberculosis In rabbits (with ou- ry in'Frenohl. Probletubs 34 no*5:42-51 S-0 '56, (MIRA 10:11) 1. Is detakoy kliniki (sav. - prof. M.P.Pokhitonova) i patomo:rfolo- gicheskoy laboratorii (sav. - prof. V.I.Puzik) Instituta tuberkulaza AMN SSSR (dir.*ZOA.Isbedsva) (TUBIRGUWBIS, HENINGRAL, exper. 4ff. of isoniazid, PAS & streptomycin) (ISOJIZAZID, off. on exper. meningeal tuberc., comparison with PAS & streptomycin, in rabbits) (PAR&-AKINOBALICYLIG ACID, off. on expere-emningeal tubero., comparison with isoniazid & otreptonWein, in rabbits) (STRMOKYCIM, off . on.exper. meni eal tuberc., comparison with isoniazid & PAS, in rabbitle VASILIVICH. N.4- FIRSOVA, Y.A.1 LIBE VA, L.Y. Xffectiveness of isonicotinic acid hydra ids therapy In tuberculous meningitis; experimental and clinical dat: [with summary in Yronch]. Frobl.tub. 35 no.2:19-27 157. (KIRA 10:6) 1. Iz Instituta,tuborkalosa (dir. Z.A.Iebadeve) Aimdemii meditsin- skikh nauk SSSR. (ISONUZID,'ther. use tuberc, soningeol, with PAS & atreptomycin (Rua)) (STE M OKTC1N. ther. use tubere. meningeal with Isoniasid & PAS (Rum)) (PARA-AXIAALICYLIC ALD.-there use tuberc.. meningeal. with tooniazid & streptomycin (]Run)) I.- /A-,- "I 'I V - -i 4 1 - ----F- Tjl-Q 'ullr f, /--4 q-// I -- -- - - -- --- ---- -- ---- --- ---- ---- -- VABILEVICH, N. 0., Cdecea sad] ; ULUIFIHOV. V.F. ; F~~T TABEW 71. L. V. Treatment of tube.rculous meningitis [with sumary in Preach), Problo tub. 35 n0-7:78-86 157. (MIRA 11:2) ther.) (TUMCUMSISO. KIIIINGIAL, FIRSOVAt V.A., Cmid sci--(dizo) .,~.-'bcrcul-~)Ilo tir, in rabbits n:id ito troat-l-ont 1,-;ith iiit,-,vn~Al :,,dvird., t-r-Alon 6f phtbi.- v-~nidt," Los, 195e-- 14 PP Ocad Lcd Sci TIS-04), 200, conic.:; (IM,"it rzf! - 1 I-l"1126) - s 3 - T-_ T, KTANKOVSKAYA, R.N..- FIRSOVA, V.G. IrTeversible-reciprocal system of sodium and potassium carbonates and bromides. lzv.5skt.fiz.-khim.anal. 22:216-224 133. (MMA 7:3) 1. Kafedra khimii Taroslavskogo gosudarstvennogo pedagogichaskogo instituts, im. X.D.Ushinakogo. (Carbonates) (Bromides) (Systems (Chemistry)) FIR5'TO'IJI Vladimir Grigorlyevich; SHIROKOVAII G.M..9 red. -,~- - - I~w [Use of radioisotopes in construction] Primenenle radio- aktivnykh izotopov v stroitel'stve. Moskva$ Strotizdat2 1964- 159 P. (MIRA 17.9) -.- ~. ~ , -:sl---2~-'-, h7~'".V c 1~ - : -- . , - - .i. . - .'-. , f i~ r_7 USSR/Chemical Technology - Chemical Products and-Their Application- Food Industry, 1-28 Abst Journal: Ref erat Zhur - Khimiya., No 19., 1956,, 63722 Author: Karnitskaya., N. V.., Firsava, V. I. Makashev, A. P.,, Aldaklmova., A. Ya. Institution: None Title: Action of Carbon Dioocice on Botulism Microbe in Fish Processed by Hot Smoking Original Periodical; Vopr. pitaniyu., 1956, No 2., 49-5o Abstract: Study of the effects of storage of fish, that has been hot-smoked,, in an atmosphere of C02 (70-90%) on toxin formation by B. botulinus" the spores of which are found in the intestines of some fish under natural conditions. It was found that hot-smoked fish of small and medium size is preserved in C02 In good condition (according to organoleptic char- acteristi.zs) fnr 15 days as compared with 2-3 days of the controls. Storage of fish in an atmosphere of C02 neither inbibits nor stimulates &umination of spores wid. toxin production of B. botulinus. Card 1/1 FIRSOVAt V. r": Firiovn, V. P.: "The comparative characteristics of poizzolic soils under -the argillaceous; cover of tho central portion of tho Russian plain." LeninCrad State Order of Lenin U :L-..icni A. A. ZManov. Leninu ad, 1956. (Dissertation for the Degree of Candidate in Biological Science) SOs Knizhnava letopint., No 27, 1956. Moscow. Pages 9/,-109; 111. ZAVALISHII, A.A. [deceased]; FIRSOVA, V.P. Studying the genesis of Podzole on clayey surfaces in the Central part of the East European Plain. Sbor. rab. TSentr. muz. pochv. no.3:7-95 160. (MM 13t9) (Zast Nuropeankain-Podxol) (Soil forlhation) PIES OVA V R - Some characteristics of soils formed from loaxV 16o. (vologda Province--Podzol) agricultural transformation of Podzolic parent material. Vast. LGU 15 n0-3;67-78 (MIRA 13:1) -?IRSOVAI V.P. :,,.'Playey surfaces Cf the Northeast and the central part of the East lh=opean Plain an coll-forming rocks. Pochvovedenle no.IIS32-40 N 16o, (MIRA 13:11) 1. Institut b1ologii Urallskogo, filiala. Akademij nauk SSSR. (Russia, Northern-Soil formation) Mat luropean'PlAin-Soil formation) FIRSOVA, V.P. Xffect of forest fires on soil, Trudy Inst. biol. UYAN SSSR no.i6:4i-51 16o, (MIRA 13:10) (Porest fires) (7brest soils). FIR~-',)VA, V..". Dynamics of waf,3r soluble subsranc-,As in f ores t '-.:rr-Pcdz-,1 i -- 3r 1 Is of the pine forests in the Pyshma Valloy. P0Ghvt-,v(-:dtInk no,q,-59~-Of) 'j, 164, lo Institut biolog,Li Ural'skego filiala AN SvSR* (MIRA 1,7212) FIRSOVA, V.P. Effect of forest cutting and cleaning cutovers by burning on the content and dynamics of water-soluble substances in turf-Podzolic soils of the trans-Ural region. Pochvove- denie no.6:32-40 Je 165. (MIRA 18:1,J) 1, Urallskiy filial Instituta biologii AN SSSR. Submitted MELY 4.- 1964. M-A 6*~fl K -ej, itialt ~ XR~~R 'k. 10 ZUBAREVA, R,S.; FIRSOVA~ V.P. Ecology Opines in the dark-green forests of southeim taiga In the Central Ural Mountaine. Trudy Inst. biol. UFAN SM no- 43t 203-207 165. (MIRA 1911) 1. Thatitut biologii Urallskogo filiala AN SSSR. - -~~'-~J -,- PTLKOV, POT. PIRSOVA, Te.A..,-redaktor; YOKINA. A.P.. takhnichookly re- 1.. d ~ _T [How to build'your own motor boatj Kak samomu postroit' motornuiu lodku. Moskva, Izd-vo Glavemorputi, 1951. 53 poiLMIdrofilml (ULU 10:6) (Motorboats) V Ai Ye 4 PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION 332 Isayev, S. I. Polyarnyye siyantya (Polar lights) Moscow, Izd-vo, Glavse"Wrputi, 1952. 60 p. 50,000 copies printed. Ed. (title page): Khvostikov, I.A.0. Prof.; Ed. (inside book): Firsova, Ye. A.; Tech. Ed.: Moskvicheva, N. I. PURPOSE: The book is designed to give a popular introduction to the study of the phenomenon of aurorae. COVERAGE: The author discusses the following-problems: a) the origin of polar lights and the nature of this phenomenon; b) how the study of polar lights can help us know~more about the upper atmosphere of the earth. There are 6 references, all Soviet. Card 1/3 polar lights (Cont.) TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction TheiDevelopment of Opinion Regarding Polar Lights, Shapes of the Aurorae'and Their Classification Aurorae shapes of'vion-radiant structure Aurorae shapes of radiant structure Geographical Distribution Determining Altitude Low altitude auroras High altitude aurorae Polar Lights and Magnetic Storms The Connection Between Polar Lights and Solar Activity Accounting for the Spectra Card 2/3 332 Page 3 5 8 9 10 11 15 16 17 18 25 28 P,olar lights (Cont.) 332 The CompositioiL and Temperature of the Upper Atmosphere For a Given Polar Light Theory of Polar Lights The the.ory of auroral excitation by solar ultraviolet rays .Corpuscular theory Polar Lights and the Propagation of Radio Waves Conclusion Bibliography AVAILABLE: Card 3/3 Library of Congress is/jzr May 2721958 35 40 41 42 53 60 62 L-z A, 61 -"L-- L ji PtFUft.AI j. t-_JLY-,L- 1A 20 (CW Go .1i A 09 00 00 so A, L k4ods of invewp the absorptive .;war it "us (in 11- with the decialm the InterutionAl Congregs of 21 SoU Sciesce In Oxford. im). 1. S. Antipav-Karaw, and H. S. Firsova. Pek"01Y (V- S. S. R-) 1042, No. :1 IN) - --A irputi ots the tmw.A wi. ."Lvd. efictlangv .vpsKily. and unwu. of 7, unj suilpfc-p -16tribicted ljy the ilociety to a slo. of falls. The author, dad. the exchallp cawlty of the W16 by clectrodialysing and then treating them with a taht. of CaCh + Ca(OH)s - Thequ*otity of Ca &dumbed was detd. potentionietrically. S. < A ------ .40l ell Ail t c $I jilo"l, -7-1- .3 s V UIL AV 00 M(9 ft ado(;[ Ktttt 1909 KLD n A : XA : : : : #;* 0 a : 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 0 0 0 04 0 0 0 00 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,6090000 00000 000000100*00000000000*9066 so Vo lp ve 190 too FIRSOVA, 7.s. 95110 FIRSOVA, -F,.S.' Vliyaniye Erodirovannosti pochv Ha Ra Vinogradnikov. Trudy Yubil - zvitiye I Urozhaynoste .Rozhdeni,7a Dokuc eynOy Sessii, Posvyasc!hch. Stolatiyu So Dnya hayeva.,m. L.,1949, S. 468-75. SO: Letopis" No. 33, 1949 F. I FIRSOTAP TO.S. . IfInImm vat " "J301tv of 001's [With summarY' In Xt9lishl. Pochro- 11odenle no.2:72-76 P 158. (Km. 1113) 1. Pochvenny7 institut I,., T(*Vw D3kucha'.veva AN SSSR. Soil moisture) FIRSOVA, Ye. 'S. Effect of soil forming rocks on the process of water erosiou on the right banks of the Oka River [with summary in Saglish]. Pochvovedenie no. 9:134-141 158. (MIRA 11:10) 1. Pochvennyy institut imeni V.V.Dokuchayeva AN SSSR. (Oka Valley--Erosion) MUM VASILITSOV, V.D.; VOLCHENKO, M.Ya.; GERTSOVICH, G.B., kand.ekon, nauk; ZWKOVj Ye.1.1 KOHOVAWVq Ye.A., kand. ekon. nauk; MIAMM, SKAYA, E.D.j OLEYNIK, I.P.p kand. ekon. nauk,- RAYEVSKAYA, SKVORTSOVA, A.I.; SOKOLOVA, N.V.; SOTNIKOVAx I.A.; TANDIT, V.S.; THIGUBMIKO, M.Ye.; M YA4 Y V.; SUBMINA, V.I.; MID, M.N.; STOROZHE;Vq V.I., kand. istor. nauk., red.; IZPNIKOVA, Ye.j red.; a"apilovp Gop tekbno red, (Economy of the peo ple's democrdeies in figures for 1960) Ekono- mika stran sotsialisticheakogo lageria v tsifraldi 1960 g. Pod red. G.B.Gortsovicha, I.P.Oloinika,, M.Storozheva. Moslvva, fzd- vo sotsiallno-okon. lit-ry, 1961. 238 p. ~TURA -15:10 (comma'nist countries,-Economic conditions) VASILITSOV, V.D.; VOLODARSKIY, L.M.; VOLCHENK01 M.Ya.; GAISTSKAYA, R.A.; IROV, N.I.; KARINYA, L.F.; K0110VALOV., Ye.A.; KA=EVSKAYA, E.D.; PETRESKU, NJ.; RUDAKOVI Ye.V.; SAYFULINAf L.M.; SHVORTSOVAj A.M.; SOKOLOVA, N.Y.; SOTIJIXOVA, I.A.; STOLPOV, N.D.; SURKO ., Yu.V.; TEN, V.A.; TRIGULENKO, M.Ye.; ZjBSQYA,_Xu.V.; SHABUNINA, V.I.; YUMIN, M.N.; HYABUSHKIN, T.V., d-oktor,ekon. nauk, otv. red.; ALAMPIYEV, P.M., rdd.; PAK,-G.V., red.; GEWIVOVA, D., [Ecozvmy of socia34st countries, 1960-1962) Ekonomika stran sotsializma) 1960-1962gg. Hobkvap,lzd-vo "Ekonomika#" 1964. 261 p. (KRA 16:12) 1. Akademiya nauk SSSR. Institut ekonomiki mirovoy sotsia-li- sticheskoy pistemy. 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