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FOLWARCZNY, Czeslavp mgr inz.; SOBOMOWSKII Witold, mgr inz.; SUCHORABI Antoni, inz. Reliability and safety testing of thermal Inrtallations in power stations. Pt.l. Hhergetyka Pol 18 no-31Supplement: Energopomiar 10 no.2:14-16 MrIC4 1. Pion Cieplnyp Zaklad Badan i Pomiarowp Warszawa, F0P'j~F-',CZNY' C.. FGLWP.7~-CZNY, G. Few a nechine-tractcr station car, consiCercbly increase.- the yie--.Js per hectare. p. 244. V01. 6. No. 13, July 19%. j,'-CHALISACE ZEILILLSTVI. 1 ACRICULTURE, PrOm, Czechoslovakia So: East European Accession, Vol. 6, No. 3, ""Xrch 2957 Inz,; SOBOTKOIISKI, Witold, mgr inz.; SUCHORAB., Antoni, inz. Methods of performing acceptance tests of thermal eqj~4vment in power plants. Pt. 2. Energet~ka Pol 18 no. 'Ji.e'511suppr.Mul nauk techn enorgopomiar 10 no. 3tYl-23 My 164.~ I F0i:-.;,RCZi,iY. G. M, I -,ik-.Ln-- work Lth contracts easier. p. 4;0 (~-HCIU~NISAICS 'Zi-wYLDELSTVI, Vr4jl. ~,, No. p ho'l;vIlkla) 13, Dee 1956, raha, Czac o SO: Yonthly List of East Zuropean Accessions (EEAL) LC, Vol. 6. No. 12, Dec 1957. Uncl. All CATEGORY ABS. JOM. CRIG, PUB& ABSIRACT f I Chemical Tochnolop:y. Chemical Producte and Tneir Apj)!ic'4tjons--Ghem-Lca,j. f-nvrineorinr,. r RMimaj. No* 5 19609 Me, t Ochedunzko, S. md Folwarcznj, J. Por iriver. ~,-c Flom of (arer, i.p Fipes i Zesz Naul, Uolitdat~rj l6laakiej, No 3-12 (19.5q) I ftinT t)ie Urft la.-i of tqerfnodyn~micf3 anfi thf'. c0n- tinuitly equatim, the authors have devived art eq,,ia- tion which corrospands to the Failro [Fannot?) curve. Or. the bas-ILE, of the equation derived, thp work required for the overcomin.- of friction and Ue increase in kinetic energy are discussed in P-il and T-S coordinates. 7. Sokol's!U-j BARTELIS, A.V.; LEBEDEVA, M.A.; GRASHCHFIIKCVA, Z.F.; Use of staphylococcal anatoxin in the treatment of mastitia, Akush. i gin. 40 no.D17-21 Ja-F 164. (MIRA 17:8) 1. Ilauchno-isoledovatellskiy inatitut akusherBLva i ginekolo- gil. (dir. - Prof. 03. Makeyeva) Ministerstva zdravookhraneniya SSSR, Moskva. /62/009/002/001/001 P/032 ray D265/D308 AUTHORt Folvarczny, JAM~r Gliwice TITLE: Thermodynamic similarity in the case of laminar flow through a straight circular tube PER'.rObICALt Archiwum budowy zaszyn, v. 9, no. 2, 1962, 191-238 TEXT*: The laminar flow of heat is analyzed under conditions of hydrodynamic and:thermodynamio stability i.e. for constant values of Nusselt number. Taking axial hoat conduction into conaidbration, the differential equatiop in dimensionless form is derived from tirst prin- ciples d2c 1 d S 2) 2] 2) - + - _)2 d 6 2 6- d 6- (11PLO) wk 1X(1- 6 Pe (23) for which the solution shows the relationship Nu f (K, Pe) where K - appears as a now disensignless quantity defined by Card 1/2 P/032j62/009/002/001/001 Thermodynamic stability in the oasis ... D265/D308 R X Pe I * (21) where R - tube radius, L oonstant'length of subtangent to curve of the temperature difference as a function of tube length, Pe Peclet number. Neglecting the axial heat conduction$ the values Nu 3.65 for K - 7.313 and Nu.- 4-36 for K - Op are shown on Nu - X system graph. Considering the external heat flow through an annular duct ar6und the inner tube the heat exchange conditions are analyzed which depend on the coefficient of heat conductivity, the wall thickness, thermal capacity of the outer flow and the cross-section of the outer duct. Particular cases of heat flow for which X a 0 and Nu - 4.36 and K + 0 and PeA* oD are discussed in detail, and heat exchange conditions are determined for several values of Nu - number of the inner tube. There are 11 figures and 5 tables. ASSOCIATIOM Katedra. teorii'massyn oieplnyoh politechniki hlqskiej (Department of the Theory of Heat Engines, Silesian Polytechnic SUBMITTEDt December'- 1961 Card 2/2... ...... FOLWARGZNY, J., dr. ing. (Poland) Control of complex combustior processes. Ipari energia 5 no.3: 55 M 164. F., ".;, .1, 21 r 11 y , 1 1 o V,.,. L, (G 1 i -a J, Contrcl -)f' cowplax cogik,ittit-Gr; owd im~z 11 no. I - ~0-72 1 L" . -F")T'," lji-~V`o- - -,,"d- I ~c'---O --- ft, -,- !.., , . -1 ~; '. " ". f, I Lj . "iNew Type of Terpene Transformations. VTTT. Synthesis of Terperylacetoncetic ,and Tex-penylm-iloric Fzters and Their Cleavage Products.11 Zhur. Ob. Khi-M*.P 22) No.6., 1952 TISHCMCNKO, D.; FOL ADOV, V. New type of terpene transformations. 1. Synthesis of homotorpends. Zhur. Obahchey Khim. 22, 1591-3 152. (MMA 3:9) (CA 47 no.18,9306 133) TISHCEISNW. D.; PaSIANTSEVA, M.; FOLYAWV, V. MWWW"_-%W Now type of terpene transformations. XII. terpene series. Xhur. Obahchey Xhim. 22, 47 153) $)rnthesis of nitriles of the homo- 1829-32 152. (MLRA 5:11) (CA no.18:9307 "Special Tongs for Sealing Diamonds in a Mandrel by means of a Voltaic Arc". Stanki I Inmtrument, 14, No. 11-12, 1943- :BR-.52059019 " t s MOYCHO, W.; GUBANSKI, M.LFO LEMANSKA, M.; WAJSBARD, E. The occurrence of tobacco mosaic virus in tomatoes in Lodz and its neighborhood. Postepy nauk roln 7 no.lt79-82 Ja/F 160. (EM 9;10) (Poland--TuAatoes) (Mosaic disease) (Viruses) T MR - I =1 RT -,A., podpolkovnik militaii I ~ ~ Our common cause. Za rul. 17 no.1:8-9 JS 159. (MIRA 1213) 1. Predeedatell eksamenatsionnoy komiseli Gosudaretvennoy avtomobillnoy inspektoil UVD Orenburgskogo oblispolkoria. '(Orenburg Provtnce-Automobile drivars) FOMCHMO, GeK.9 general-mayor maditainskoY cluzhby; KOVALET, Te.I., ---TbIW6-vnik meditainskoy eluzhby; ASEMY, A.A. Illectrocardioseopic and electroophygmoseople study of the functional state of the cardiovascular system. Voon.-med.zhur. no.10-031-35 0 159. (MIRA 13:3) (MG-MCARDIOGRAPHY) ?EASE I BOOK UPWITATION 307)~304 Sovesbahanlye po toorli ILtaynykh protoossol. 5th. 1959 Tochnost' otlivok; trudy soveshch%alya (Accuracy of autiriCs, Trans~ %tionscor.the Fifth C4nfarLncc on the Theory of Founding Proeecs~ Mae ow KlabSix, 1960. 206 P- 3,500 copies printed. Sponsoring Agancyt A)cademiya nauk S&U. InstItut =schlzored:~c. Xominalya PO tokhnolosil miabizoatza'T alys. Zd. (Title pago)s B. B. Oulmay, Doctor of Technical Sclsnoaz. trofessorj Ed. or PubllshinZ Hou3sz 0. N. Soboleva. Toeb. Ed.. A. Y. Uvarava; Managing Ed. for Literature on Hot-Procoase-d Natalat S. U. GoloTin, Engineer. PURP=i This book Is Intended for scientific and tachn1cal person- uel at sclentitio research inatitutons factories, and sabools of higher education. COMMEt The book contains 29 reports read at a conference an the LCCII=cr of castings. The conference was arrzALziod by the Committee an Processing in Machine L-aIldj= and apowarel by the Institut waahInorsdeal" All S= (institute or the Science of Machines or the AcadoW or 3clencas TJSZR). The reports. pr'a - sented by leading speal -13 at*, science workaro. and productlc* peraonnel,diacuas the vrosent state or the probleu of tho see*,&- racy of "stings and methods of solving the problexx lnvolvod. There are 58 references, mostly - I ---~ I Kamarov, L. [Xhg; imoerf. i)ixtortion of 3and Molds (Maginearl. and Yd Talumn-chin EEnglMerl. of Castlngs Caused by patterns and 71&zks 125 -PubroTs Z. A. X. (Enzineer). F-Ifect of Ther=al Distortion or ha Moldij,- Mi,,turgs a,, the Ao"rae7 of Castings 131 The volt oj iavectigatirZ the distortions and thermal stress In the molding mutures was carried out under the suparvlp- Ion of P. T. Berg. 4~PQ n,,". (EaSlneer), and B. B. Oul"yev. P-roductlan 0 racjs __ ~ Ion ;4stings In Shall Molds Pr*asad Frm a Waterglaos ,Ltztun .MuVi 1. P. lZagUeero's. and V- V- "henkov Main"r). on ox ~rzq rracl I Ateal CasEines'UY Using Chexl- lardan1na KIxtuzvo----- .... ... 153 ~.~btoo;:.N. M'. (Doctor of Technical Sciences. Profosaorl,", aa-v tEngineeri. Dinanslona.1 Accuracy of Investuamt CA# &Jaza 160 Gorynnow, 1. 1. (C;anadate of T*Oxdcal Sciences). Dimen- 'vrama-wturrey and Burfaae Roughness or Castings Obtained by Various Methods 160 0. A. Untor. A. To. Malloy, A. 1. Belyayev, and Zoo- near V. B. Shul 'man participated In asking castings. Jb-q&In*arj, and B. B. Oulyayev. Yormation r the coy. - Par Castiv4s In vie Casting !~~, C..". 193 RoleanlehVe, A,;,O. (Ingineer). Accuracy of Castings 06- at& Zolft at&r 203 Card 6/1 XCVSTAPI=p I.N.p insh.; BMWVSKIY, Yu.?.# kand. takhn. naukj.ZgKCfq~~Oj -A-~Ip Undo tekhn. nauki GULYATEV, B.B.p doktor takhn. nauk Compacting molding mixtures by vibration squeezing. Lit* proisvo no.94-6 0 165. (MLU 18110) Ile I I, t I r'~ 4 1 ""1 '1 11 r -~P p ~-j A.1 t- p..3 Iru-3--pp [-T-U4. --t-mv, ,43- .-J.. 41 tl-llfl-f -S-T~-- --J.- I.J it. 4.1 -j -11-. ,p Tjor.3 : 2 3: qz J. . TP -4.t ~L .."1 -11-1 P., 1.7 "'j, ....... Tjjz..-W.. on'! I-qv .656? 1,-dv -ml ...p " "T 1 1 "T -CT; 1001 .4~ V -i-tVdLsqv OTT%n) Q5z-!;5z dd '-, .9 -AV2'.rt.'.H I".- TTW4PV3jV VATZWOAZZ Z-7"rC;orM31d 6 5 -OP TIAOS U A 9 UON W)P.Lay Dispensary SLorage fable MP. Voyenzio-f-iadi ts ins kiy Lhurnal, ~,'o 1, P. 76, 1955. VOROBIYEV.9 V., inzh.; MUNIN, A., inzh.; SPIROV, V., b1zh.; Fq~qll~~HWVj, I.) inzh. Building made of light alloys. Na stroi. Roo. no-10:37-38 o 161. MMI 14: 11) (Moscow-Aluminump SLructural) FCNCHMOj Oleg[Fmchanka, Aish] (Brest) People praise her work. Rab. i sial. 39 no.2'.15-16 F 163. (MIRA 162-4) (J'uvenile delinquenoy) GALIPKRIN, Ye.I.; GORDONOV, A,yu,; YOMCHEVZOV, VeMo Designing trigger circuits for point contact crystal triodes vith consideration of interchangeability. Foluprov. prib. i ikh prim, no*2:340-352 157. Oun 11:6) (Transistors) (Ilectonic circuits) MOLCHANOV, A.A. (Novosibirsk); SlGJRSKIY, V.P. (Novosibirsk); FOMELI -JI*X.-..(Xovoeibirs,.) Study of the dpaxios of multistable elements based on a simplified wool. Isy. kV SSSR. Tokh. kib. no.53156-162 84 165. (MMA 18111) --N-R, AR7004316 A CC AUTHOR:-Fomell, B. M. On' SOURCE CODE: UR/ V66f6661 fltiiT6/ifi7~1 TITLE: Investigation of aubharm(;nic oscillations in computer elements with one degree of freedom SOURCE: Ref. zh. Avtomat. telemekh. i vychisl. tekhn., Abs. 11B12O REF SOURCE: Sb. Vychisl. sistemy. Vyp. 21.Novosibirsk, 1966, 33-45 TOPIC TAGS: computer design, computer component, computer theory, Al"-` "~ 0 4-ag Jt" / 04'c!~4z-' / I P'T - T ,.91 C--,IA4- 0, ABSTRACT: Elements that use parametric subharmonic 9 illations have found wide usage at the present time; the phase of the subharmonic oscillation serves as a dynamic state Indicamt in these elements. As nonlinear systems have no principal difference between an external periodic disturbance and-a parametric effect (because every periodic process, in such a system,is accompanied by a parametric modulation of its nonlinear.olements), it is suggested that the oscillations of any shape whose frequency is submultiple of the external applied frequency be considered as subharmonic oscillations. A class of dynamic computer elements is considered which is describable by second-order equations containing, In addition to a strongly nonlinear function, a periodic function of this form: ~+6+a(x)-t(l) where b - positive coefficient, &(x) - nonlinear function, f(t) - periodic function. Qualitative methods are used in an examination of such an equation which ACC NRi AR7004318 permits finding all possible moti6na in the system. The results were verified IPT -5 analog computer equipped with a set of nonlinear units. The resulti were readout from an oscilloscope screen calibrated in (x, y)-coordinates of the state plane and having time markings. The above qualitative method of studying subharmonic oscillations has the advantage over other methods in that it is noncritical to the form of the nonlinear function contained in the initial differential equation and in that it permits obtaining the entire set of possible motions simultaneously. In addition to presentation of the general method, a case of single-domain model of a ferromagnetio film is considered in detail; the model is constructed after the Landku-Livshits-Gilbert equation which describes the magnetio moment in a ferro- i magnetic: n6+On;+Ijj sin 2x+A(t) sin is-es) o. where x - a W'etio-soment angle in the external field, no 00 - film parawters, f(t) - external field varying on the same law as the funotion f(t) in the initial equation. Eight figures. Bibliography of .3 titles. G. Y. [Translation of abstract] SUB CODEt 09 Card 2/ 2 BAMIN, G.S.; FOMEN, V.T. Bending of surfaces of positive curvature under certain boundary conditions. DokI. AN SSSR 140 no-5:987-989 0 161* (MIRA 15:2) 1. Rostovskiy-na-Donu gosudarstvennyy universitet. Predstavleno a~ademikom P.S.Aleksandrovym. -I T (Surfaces of eawo6mt curvature) (Boundary vaiue problems) 'o 1 a 44 4 w v - 4 , , 0 ~ f 4 of 1) is m It It jvvf in f a op u T f m At At 8 A 40 At, so .. , _. .,_ 1 . . so A. 00191110 r-,F-D m F_NKOJ~, Q WUlt"S Of 4111111 MOMI S. N. Shoikhri and A. A._b,!1tVtuk". ltu"- & Wca m . ,t , ~ Cowl ructkm drt All' Ae se so coo see ago '40 use too Aid. ' 0 L l too - - w s -0. a 2 mie Moll,) .&P 0.1 044 at u At to - I I I . 1 0 P 4 it a It It mi 1 8 tw 0 mia It Ito ~ t7 9 t 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 q o 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 fig 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 a 0 0 0 0 o o o qi FOHENM, A.A. ,--- ~Radi~ofrequency magnetic end electric spectra of permeability of the body and substance of Nnh-ferrites. Zhur. tekh. fiz. 28 no.31506-510 Mr 158. (MIRA 11:4) (7arrates) (Magnesium-zinc alloyn--Electric properties) "Use of -Dreparations n-I 3:id FB-2." 00: Vetarimriyn 2C(2): 1951Y P. 46. S/263/62/000/020/002/Oo6 E194/E135 AUTHORS: Agarkovs A*P*9 Fomenko, A.I., and Kureyko, S.M. TITLE: The preparation -and calibration of heat resistant pick-ups PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, otdellnyy vypusk, lzmeriteltnaya. tekhnika, no.20, 1962, 11, abstract 32-30-91- (Tr. Novocherk. politekhn. in.-ta, 127, 1961(1462). 57-61). TEXT. Heat-resistant pick-ups based on potassium glass are at present widely used to measure static stre *ases that are set up in components which operate in a high temperature zone. Cements for heat resistant pick-ups based on potassiuid liquid glass are of good technological properties, their sole disadvantage being their poor electrical insulating properties at high temperature. This disadvantage is overcome by introducing lead oxide PbO which reduces the ionic conductivity of the cement because of the influence of heavy io.ns. The procedures for making and calibrating the heat- resistant pick-ups are described. 3 figures. Card 1/1 ~Abstractorfs notes Complete translation Va. i'~ 1. YOMENKO, A,N,-, INOUMSEV, Ye K. 2. USSR (600) 4. Lignite - KW1 County 7. Geological report on the results of the.prospecting carried out by the Izmail and Kagal .' lignite partios in 1940-1941. (Abstract) Izv.Glaw.upr.gool,fon. no.2 1947 9. Monthly J_ist gL jUILM Accgosions, Library of Congress. March 1953. Unclassified. 7 ---L,:~, WiL 01 lettlikesm frig to a is 0x 4 w x a .4 ~ 9-1 cm., Is, K 00 A ~M, RILMV-Sivj" 00 Vff1KfSS(V A WD to cote f;t7i .Clf -.10 0 09 :-** 00 -A ,00 0 !.00 !,00 09 F I at alk summada &-r9ossuffo (J. phys. (Um. 00 0, z V1,20. 11, i7s=ao*r=mwJWsmw c6ar ax NO* StW"W With 44 000 lasq. NH, Is =-- vu 60 0AILtj W'd 0 pebrifibw cuffmat by do "Umift Am MR 0,~- 61q1,oimdfi being mnsta. "own w ad Sr 6 Won 66M 0-0u to 0" -, itj val. suggom d" 204 + 3OH'--PX + 3HtO + 3e 00W is the dow" re"Mon, uw cudm&. J. J. B. 00 -'It :t,00 tZOO laido, L* (PI go( a c., I- E)uit ty oo W 4-q It 1p or it a R a OT, 0 0 0 0 0 Ole 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 v 0 *1* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4119 0 0-0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 Oi - - -lw- 100090000*0060*0 0 800 a 0 0 0 O 0 0 9 ' (A go a I L ' AA m Is m it AS w0 j 41 U 11 m 8r0 A A 4_1 J. a A 00 , NO 06 Of a z 1*%Mift effed 6f ishlbitors in the co"asion of metsts, 0 A. S. Fomcisko and 0. K. Sksm. J, 111kys. CArm. 11'. 6. 00 *0 oe an Fe eletttimir in jj&h lWal. iA wrra"t 1w the "m - -00 rm" inhNiat sullutit"I 4nihmm vAl. tit awi-~ vii, to -00 00 0.2%. The st"te stigati'm clifi." ot Fe in I 4-.,A 1. m 'r' 00 led Illso, own, Itre sh by in the 4lipcimn t4 a lx*ttve poleallal of the iron electrode by xlxmt 70 my. The cur- 00 t Mtlc strength of The PC-Pt pair for sh(Of CtRitarts dectrasts 00 a from 0,9 me. to 0.7 me. for 0.3% of the inbUtor And is - ljll!ffmr~ by further addifts. F. H. Rathm"n 400 00 00 =00 goo 00 Of 100 zoo 0 ~ ZOO '.00 01 ago ow. PA114, ~w 0 %-1t. ASITALLORGICAL LtltlATtWl CL4111FKATPCN too If( t _ _ - ------ - r I , 1 AV 40 ' - It! ; ; ~ f ; an a (w 0 6 1 ,m - . * , , .1 . , ~, 0,0 a 0 0 a a a a o o ia : ~ 1 14 0 9 0 9 0 0 0 0 a a e _ 10 . 0 go 0 a a O o 1 0 0 O's 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0. Stability of hydrogea Atom In free t-' m1mrthyl. Y it t t (I J~j, A I S1, I cl,~t, I i k, i viii Is. ~.1422- M-otaill.-At waS expectol llt:IL tll~ higli dectroll cli.irge it. III thc o- mill P-limitioll; of Ille 11116111 nf (C,4iI&)IC %Vl)llld roldrr thr It ninm, Ils,te im,ve oinbitc. S~lllls. of 20 g. of fir 3,11 plit'n Yle tll lilv ill VNI cc. CAli# ivi,re builcil ivilli fivav%, i~mrr nt VW tor Ill q, Till. fal-t I lilt lic laplit lIvId 11,11ir f"(w. tv'I 61-i I'll - Oxitil') Cnill;Vill"I only of 41. ml-limll shim-t-11 111.11 Ill-, exil"Cint loo V114 stol lIt;%vY lick-twit, yiddol 6iiiihr tr-sidis. J. fliki-touill 90*00000*0*0* Iowa A GOO. Goa Goa Goa 00, Go OftWISUS ASO POWIN142 NMI (C. a A CA Oft -- - t--~ -- - -1 .. as W~ftm 66 4ft , ME 2 R. TWLVNCQL LflgfXTM CLASWCAIM goo* 090000666646494 1*" 110 10 40 Is go I*, Is 100 3 110 14, 0*040*00:0000*:04 '46 goo see 6.00 Woo so Ashinazi, M. 3., Kutsa-ya, B. F., anti Fnrenk-), A. "A si-roli"ie' d ~, te nn in i ng 'U! t e c ) r tr n s t ~a c t,-,) r(0 r p!: oj! a ph i c pi a t e sU'~- rkl- J!- . z 1:u rna I Val. XIV, ls~ue 2, '191-9, 47-52 SO: U-1392, 19 August, r3, (Letoris 'Zhurnal Inykh Statey, No. 21, -i949). mKbuim W Illill C meet. A. 8~ ,oil 11~1 16.11=0111.16F 711istalithev luott. IgA y Sri. Ukr. 8 R.). Ant. obsAwhire Khano. (J. Gotio. Clottu.) 20, Ifti,49W0950); cf. C.A 43. Giuli.-Tbe existing data on Invelidgations of the teac: timin are ctitically reviewed and it is pointed out that at this War ISO tuaoulu&ive evidence exists for a AIW devisiton at to ,on intra- cw intermol. nitchianism, o( the ptintuy S%cp. The twilto-trairanSitment of Clio -.01CH.0111% in Ilit pirence tA. plictsiol-3.3-D, by realizing in a IN totin. 6 Itrit. gave 0. allylphettol, Isolated either by citu. with 201,'~ N&011. Acidill'aticitI. extu.. Wul fractionation. Or by P1,111. A allyi- r,liciRd with IVIsCls so .1wifillall; olubuslioll Sit tile prI141111-1 phourd Ills, idisoller M so-ollylphraid-41,5-0j. A alitidAt or.ult wit. .-I,Wticil on Seffilling Phell:01clit(JI'll ill tile litrwitir (if allyl phunyl-3,3-Do ether 4 his. in a cot Atli). ThU4. the orlho ttWtAngement in these rawo; tahc~ pl.tiv imimily Isy a., ilIUSS11101- 10131C. Tile PAWMPI-J~;-Pj IAA.~ IIIVIXI. 4WIFIlittig "I IlrodAd, et a/. (C.A. 44, WLW; sit alkyl rlkt,. Ivrisil. Ifunt &UYI Iscountle as trivial (cf. lfoulwn, Me Airth'istex der is . Ommosir, vol. 11J, C.A. 24. )ZIMP. Is. (1.1,zx bit, Cl. %L K. ROZABOY, Ivan Grigorlyevich, starshiy nauchrqy sotrudnik; ZAVITAY3V. Petr Aleksayevi--h, starshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; SKATKIN, M.N., radaktor; YOUNNO. A.B., redDktor; DZUTIYEV, S.G., tekbnich9skly redaktor [Handicraft lessons for the fourth grade] Uroki ruchnogo truda v chetvartom klasse. Pod red, Skatkina. Izd. 2-os, lop. i perer. Moskvvq Gon.uchebuc-podagog. Izd-vo X-" prosy. PSYSU, 1956. 231 p. (MIRA 10!11) 1. Institut toorii I. istorit, podagogiki (for Rozenov), 2. Institut matodov obuchenlya Akademii pedagogiahesirtich nauk RSM (for Zavita.vev). 3. Chlon-korrespondent Akademii pedegogichaskikh nauk RSYSR (for (Sketkin) (Handicraf t) Tra ffn~ WM w UC4~p run vril;l 111M, TO a, A4 e AUTHOR: Reported by A~. Fomenko. 73-2-21/22 TITLE: Second Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistry (SYMPOSiUMY. Vtoroye Ukrainskoye Respublikanskoye Soveshchaniye po Fizicheskoy Khimii). PERIODICAL: "Ukrainskiy Kbimicheskiy Zhurnal" (Ukrainian Journal of C emiStry), Vol.23, No.-21 March-April, 1957, pp.2,72-275 (USSR)'. ABSTRACT: Held December 14-18, 1956 in Kiev by the Institute of Physical Chemistry im. L.V.Pisarzhevskii (Institut Fizi- cheskoi Khimii im.L.V.Pisarzhevskogo, AN USSR). Short summaries are given of the following papers: TheoFZ and Practice of Catalytic and Adsorption Phenomena. Ro'iterv VA 1.9 Korneichuk, G.P Rzayev, Pr.B. and Stukanovsk .aya, N.A. (Xiev): Results on investigations on the kinetics of oxidation of sulphurous anhydride to sulphuric anhydride by industrial vanadium catalysts by the diaphragm method'. Card 1/20 Values for the velocity constants and heat of activation were computed. They were not affected by the influence of macrofactors. 73-2-21/22 Second Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistry (Symposium). (Cont'.) Theoxy and Practice-of Catalytic and Adsorption Phenomena. Wont.). Arnoll dov, E.M., Lyubiteleva,A.7s, and Vol, fson,V Ya. (Rubzhnoye). Investigations on a composite charge- of a v~~&ium. oxide catalyst for the oxidation of naphthalene. This was pre- sented by IF1 AN USSB:. Roiter,V'.Ar. StukanovskayajY.A*#j Yuza,V~A'., Korneich&pT.k. and Ushakovaj.E (Kiev)'. These authors observed that many processes are catalysed by impure vanadium oxide. Oxygen interchange is revealed only above 500 C, in spite of the fact that catalytic oxidation occurs between 300 - 400 C'. 'This is contradictory to the oxidation-reduction mechanism of the catalysis. Rusov, M.T'. and Strelftsovo O.A'. (KievY. Data obtained by.investigatimg the macrokinetics of the synthesis.of ammonia in a long catalyst bed at high pressures. Davtyan., O.K', 'and Ovchinnikova, E'*N'. (Odessa). Oxidation of sulphurous anhydride on the surface of a Card 2/20 73-2-21/22 Second Ukrainian Conference on Pbysical Chemistry (symposium)'. (Cont',j Theoxy,and Practice of Catalytic and Adsorption_Phenamena. tuont.) series of solid catalysts and on activated coal proceeding at normal temperatures. Stepkop I'.I*. and Goncharenkop G.F. (Kiev). They observed a decreased discharge of electrons from germanium during adsorption of CO and CO and formic acid vapours. As in the case of CuO, the cathytic oxidation * of CO on germanium causes a decrease of electron emission* Glikmany T',S-. and Podlinyaeva? NA'. (Kiev). The authors proved that sensitised photo-reduction (by zinc oxide) of methylene blue and thionine can be accom- plished at the expense of oxidation of OH-ions from zinc Card 3/20 bydroxide. Thus the oxidation of water can be achieved with dyes by th'e effect of small light quanta in the presence of ZnO. 73-2-21/22 Second Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistry (Symposium);, (Cont.) Theory and Practice of Catalytic and Adsorption Phenomena. Kornierko, T~,P~. and Polyakov, M.V.. (Kiev). Oxidation reactions of methane and methanol to formalde- hyde. The oxidation reactionsof methane were proved to start on wall s of the reaction vessel. Shalya, V.V. and Polyakovq li.f (Kiev). The authors discussed reshts obtained during the investi- fation of the kinetics of oxidation of butane-propane ractions and of methanol by differential calorimetric measurement. A heterogeneous-homogeneous radical-chain mechanism of the process was established. Tovbinq Ji.V. and Savinova,Ye*.f. (Kiev)'. They investigated the kinetics of the non-stationary evaporation of water from the surface of a vibrating string which is in contact with the gas. The mechanism of the process consists in the formation of transient self- adsorptive layer and of the desorption of substances from Caid 4/20 this layer. In a further discussion they investigated the mechanism of self-adsorption on the-liquid-gas boundary'. 73-2-21/22 Second 'Ukrainian Conference on Pbysical Chemistry (Symposium)'. (Cont.) Theoa and Practice of Catalytic and Adsorption Phenomena. lconl.) Rastrenenkop A'.I'. and Neymark, I.Ye. (Kiev). The production of t1taniu silicagel7 titanium-gels and alumino-silica gel with different -pore structure was in- vestigated as well as the influence of the macro-structure of these sorbents on their catalytic properties. I.E.Neimark's theory on the formation of the structure of hydrophilic sorbents can be applied. Sheynfay4t Y.Yu'. and NeYmarkt I.Ye. (Kiev). ResUlts of investigations on the adsorption of various substances on fluorinated silicagels. Adsorption is linked with the formation of molecular com- plexes and proceeds on the basis of the acceptor-donor mechanism. Tarkovskaya, I A .., Chervyatsova, L.L. and Strazhesko, D*r.(Kiev), presented a paper on the mechanism of adsorption oi electro- Card 5/20 lytes with the aid of radioactive isotopes. In aqueous as well as in aqueous-organic media the selective absorption of salt cations represents a typical ion-exchange process. 73-2-21/22 Second `Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistry (Symposium)', (Cont" Theory and Practice of Catalytic and Adsorption Phenomena. kcont. ) Davydov, A'.I', (KharkovY. ..The mechanism of the poly-anion exchange. Shostenkot Yli. Y. (Kharkov)'. Results of investigations of the dynamics of adsorption and desorption of organic substances. Strazhesko, D',N. (Kiev)'. Results of investigations in the field of electrochemical adsorption of ions on carbon from aqueous and non-aqueous solutions. The mechanism of the influence of non,-electrolytes on the adsorption of electrolytes by active carbon was formulated. This amplif'ies the theory of electrochemical adsorption as stated by A.ILFrumkin'. 94nory of Solutions of El"trolytes and Non-Electrolytes. Esell song B.N~. (Kharkov)'. 3 4 Card 6/20 The author discussed the vapour-liquid diagrams of He in He near to the transition point HeI--),HeII. 73-2-21/22 Second Ukrainian Conference on Pbysical Chemistry (Symposium)'. (Cont'.) Theoa of Solutions of Blectrolytes and Non-Blectrolytesf. 'TUont.) Lifshitst V.1t. (Kharkov)'. The lecturer elucidated-the quantum theory of liquid 801u- tions and the theory of phase transitions of type II.bDK7 application to the transformation of He I in He II. T e theory is proved by investigations on ti;e separation of the solutions into 2 phases, HO and He*. The quantum theory of solutions explains the discrepancy of the solu- tions He3 in liquid He4 from ideal compositions. Izmaylovj, 9.A' (Kharkov)' The influence of soivents on the strength of electrolytes. The dissociation of any electrolytes is considered to pro- ceed in a number of successive stages: the interaction of the electrolyte with the solvent with the formation of addition products, its dissociation into ions as a result of further solvation and-assooiation of ions into pairs of ions. The influence of the solvents on the properties of electrolytes is determined quantitatively by an equation Card 7/20 73-2-21/22 Second Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistry (Symposium),. (Cont'.) Theor-Y of Solutions of Electrolytes-and Non-Electrolytes. kVont.) put forward by the author. Mikulint GA*d (Donsoda). Criti'cal review of the contemporary theories on electro- 1vtes. ~6_ authorts thermodynamic theory on hydration compares the theory of electrolytes with Mendeleev's hydration theory. on the basis of experimental data it was stated that the molar energy of the interaction of particles of concentrated electrolytes is in a linear proportion to ~F_. The chemical composition and the constants of instab- ility of liquid hydrates has to be defined by the quantita- tive theory of solutions as well as the physical theory elucidating the linear dependence of the energy on Vc-. Golik# A.Z'. (Kiev)'. Investigations on the v1soosity, density, heats of evapor- Card 8/20 ation and other properties of molecular-mixed solutions the components of which have similar structures. 73-2-21/22 Second 'Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistry (Symposium)'. (Cont. TheorZ of Solutions of Electrolytes and._Non-Electrolytes. 70ont Roshchinaya, G P. Miev)'! The author investigated the molecular light diffusion in solutions. Results are in good agreement with those ob- tained by A'.Z',Golik during the investigations of the physi- cal properties of liquid solutions. Urazovskiyo B -S-. andlurisko, A' *I*. (Kharkov). They discussed the anomalies of the thermal relation of the refractive index for menthol and benzophenone in. points corresponding to the melting points of their stable modi- fications. In the case of cis-decahydronaphthalene the melting point is considerably higher. These anomalies can be explained by the change of the coordination number in the structure of the neighbouring order during the transi- tion from the liquid to tile supercooled state. The anomaly in the thermal dependence of the refractive index for cis- decahydronaphthalene can be explained by the reverse isomery which 'characterises the cyclic compounds of the saturated series. OLrd 9/20 73-2-21/22 Second Ukrainian Conference on Pbysical Chemistry (Symposium)', (Cont'.) Theory of Solutions of Electrolytes and Non-Blectrolyles JUont.) lzmaylov, 1~.A-. and Franke, A~X. (Kharkov). Investigations on the reactions between butyl alcohol and carboxylic acids in benzeney and calculation of the yield of complex products of the reaction. The compounds have the composition AB2 (where.A = acid and B = alcoholY. The constants of non-stability and.reaction energies were calculated from data of their yield. Acids with acetonep acetonitrile and nitrobenzene give compounds corresponding to the formula AB. Izmaylovq Y.A',', Aleksand-rov, V~.V.j and Ivanova) . E~.'F'. (Kharkov). Influence of the chemical and physical nature of the solvent and of the concentration of the electroly-te on the state of energy of ions in solutions. Markov, B-F". and Shun' na- , LIA'. (KievY It was shown that t1le electric conauctivity of binary dissolved salt mixtures, the components of which do not form compounds, does not appear to be an additive property. Card 10/20 73-2-21/22 Second Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistry (SymposiumY. (Cont'. ) TheojZ of Solutions of Electrolytes and Non-Electrolytes. -Mont. ) This digression is more marked during the transition from continuous solid solutions to congruently melting compounds Gorenbeyng Ye.N. (Kiev)'. The inf'luence of cations and anions on the molecular com- position of electrolytes in solvents with low dielectric constants. Hapshtynskaya, Ye.A', and Skarre, O'.R. Ohiepropetrovsk). Dielectric constant of pure liquids at various temperatures. The authors f9und that the dielectric con *stant is a function of their energy of orientated interaction. Assumi% that this applies also to mixtures the authors calculated the energy of orientated interaction for 10 solutions at var- ious temperatures. Vasenko,Ye.l~. and Blankq 9.G. (Livov). Investigation on the mutnal solubility in ternary systems: formamid'e-acetone in benzene, toluene and carbon tetra.- chloride. card 11/20 -Ma TZ 73-2-21/22 Second Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistry (Symposium). (Cont.) Theo~y of Solutions of Electrolytes and Non-Electrolytes. 7ont. ) Ravikovich, S".D. (Kiev). Relations between the molecular structure and density of organic liquids. Photochemistry. Dainp B.Ya'. and Asbkina4 M ,.3. (Kiev)'. Results of investigations on the photochemistry of hemin- resembling derivatives of chlorophyll. With the aid of these pigments it was possible to show one of the stages of photosynthesis outside the plant cell: , the photodecomposition of water by small quanta of light. By observing the spectra of hemin-resembling analogues of chlorophyll it was possible to clarify the long-wave dis- placement of the spectral region of the photodecomposition of water by basing it on the principle of Frank-Kondon. Mechanism of Chemical Processes and the Structure of the M0.1 ecuJ e Tsimbalp R:.N'.VBurmistrov,S'.I'. and Loshkarev,ld.A'. (Dnepropetrovsk) Card 12/20 73-2-21/" Second Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistry (symposium). (Cont.) Mechanism of Chemical Processes and the StrLicture of the 707ecule. Mont.) Reaction kinetics of nitrosation of azo-dyes with a second- ary amino-group. It was found that the reaction velocity changes with the concentration Cl- and Bt~. Isobaric potentials and ther- mal effects of the nitrosation reaction were calculate& from the equilibrium constants and from the functions of temperature. Brodskiyp A*.I'. and Strizhak, LIL (Kiev). Nitrogen-exchange of amino-groups between liquid ammonia and organic nitrogen-containing compounds at 100 - 200 C. Nitrogen does not enter into the interchaige. In com- pounds containing amino-groups attached &L-2-'ectly to the dromatic nucleust the interchange occurs only in the presence of strongly negative substituents. "'onsiderable interchange is revealed in the groups Oard 13/20 where X = 0, 8, N-(amides of acids, urea and 73-2-21/22 Second'Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistry (Symposium).. (Cont'.) Mechanism of Chemical Processes and the Structure of the Molecule. kUont.) its analogues)'. The velocity of interchange depends on the negative substituents and on the interlinking. The lecturers explained this Py the mechanism of bimolecular nucleophilic substitutioii. Gellert B-.A*. (Kiev)-, Investigations on the mechanism of some reactions with heavy nitrogen', During the reaction between an azo-dye and diazoni-cun hydrate diazo-compounds migrate together with their N-atoms'. During the condensation of nitroso-naphthosultam with o-phenylenediamine the nitroso-group is split off in the foxm of ammonid. Morozov, V'OP~. (Dnepropetrovsk)'. Calculation of basic frequencies of oscillation of isotope molecules'. 1). Method of intervals, allowing the determination of limits of possible displacement of basic frequencies card 14/20 of oscillation of molecules during complete isotope Second'Ukrainian Conference on Physical (Symposium). (Cont'0) Mechanism of Chemical Processes and the Molecule, (Cont.) - substitution. 2). Method of-partial frequencies. Approximate relations were obtained which permit the definition of fre- quencies of basic oscillations of the molecules iY1, and 7.Yl when the frequpncies of oscillation of the' molecule are known, "Y2 Medvedevv K.P~. (Kharkov). Theory on the participation of single-electron bonds in the structure of molecules and in the electron bonding. Lutskiy, AYe. (Kharkov)'. Functional equations on the relation between the micro- properties of substances and their dependence on the mioropropertles of -particles. Carl 15/20 73-2-21/22 Chemistry Structure of the 73-2-21/2-2) Second Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistr7 (Symposium). (Cont".) Electrolysis and Electrode Processes'. Delimarskiyj YV~.' X'. (Kiev)'. Polarographic investigations on dissolved salts. The kinetics of electrode processes were investigated. It was found that the limit currents due to the concentrat- ional polarisation are defined by the diffusion which is the slowest phase of the electrode process. The polaro- graphic waves on solid electrodes conforms to the equat- ion by Geirovskii - IlIkovich which defines the polaro- graphic waves for dissolved salts'. . Stender,V'.'r'.t KalinovskiyYe.A-. and Nikiforov,Ya*.F'O(Dnepropet- rovsk-)" i;chanism'of electrolysis of zinc chloride on graphite electrodes. Afanashlev, .1!.S-. and Miroshnichenkot 0,Ya. (Dnepropetrovsk). Investigations on the electroreduction of oxygen and the separation of bydrogen on magnetite monocrystals. Gritsan, V.9. and Shun, D-.S-. (Kharkov). coxd 16120 Influence of fatty alcohols on the spontaneous periodic 73-2-21/22 Second Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistry (SymposiumY, (Contt, ) Electrolysis and Electrode Processes~. (Cont' . changes of cathodic polarisation and the current strength in the chain. This is due to the periodic passivation and activation of the cathode surface during the electrolysis. Galushkot V',P'. (Dnepropetrovsk)'. Theoretical analysis of periodic osci 1lations in electro- chemical systems and the author's experiments proving the phenomena. Galushkol V.P'. and Dorosh, T'.P. Mechanism of the electro-reduction of some sparingly soluble silver compounds. Portnovt Id.k. (Rubezhnoye). New electrodes for measuring the pH and its possible uses. Pamfilov AW. and Tsinman, A.I. (Chernovtoy) Analysis of the relation of tae erxek;cive activisation energy of electrode processes and the polarisation potential. Card 17/20 73-2-21/22 Second Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistry (Symposium)'. (Cont'. ) Electrolysis and Electrode Processes. (Contt) In some cases of chemical polarisation the ;low stage of the process can be defined. ,Ksenzhek, 0'.S'. (Dnepropetrovsk). Calculation of the activation energy on simple electrodes from activation energy values on a smooth electrode and from the electroconductivity of the solutions. . Experiments were carried out on the.activation energy of separation of chlorine on graphites. Afanas 1yev '.8'. and Shevchenko, Y.Y. (D .,. A nepropetrovsk). Experimental data proving the theory of the mechanism of electro-reduction of oxygen on oxidised steel by inter- mediate formation of hydrogen peroxide. Brodsk~yt A I t Fomenkof A'.8'.p Abramovay T'.1f. and Gankinal I'.L. (Kiev) R;sults of the investigation on the corrosion mechanism f some metals. Mrd 18/20 TOhe electrochemical corrosion mechanism and magnesium was confirmed by using the heavy isotope of oxygen'. A-5- 34 r__Xt4__;6M,41 *-k,_~ 73-2-21/22 Becond'Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistry (symposium)-a(Cont'. ) Electrolysis and Electrode Rrocesses~, Oont'e) Roykh, I.L. (Odessa)'. Investigations on the formation of hydrogen peroxide by metals during atmospheric corrosion with photographic methods. Phase Equilibria". Garberv YV7. N'. (Dnepropetrovsk)'. Calculation of the mean buoyancies of vapours of complex mixtures from phase equilibrium curves. Yermlaym, 1h.V. (Kharkov)'. Tile viscosity of solutions of tri-component systems (MgO-Al 20 3-SiO.P CaO-Al.0 3-Sio 2, N9O_CaO_Al,_03 and WgO-CaO-SiO )'- Their surface tension on the liquid-gas boundaryq tReowetting with solid solutions and electro- motive forces arising between the solid phases and equi- librium solutions. Card -19/20 73-2-21/99 Second Ukrainian Conference on Physical Chemistry (symposiumY. (Cont'.) Electrolysis and Electrode Processes. (Cont'.) Gluzman, M',Kh~. and Rubtsova, Vr.P'. (Khaikov)'. Quick definition of the melting point of eutectic binary, ternary and 4-component organic systems by contact melt- ing. Yasnitskiy, B-G'. and Satanovskaya, TsX. (Kharkov). The definition of the molecular weight, density and refractive index of chloroacetic aldehyde and its aqueous solutions in wide ranges of concentration. Pamfilov, A-.V. and Prodanvle.A. (Charnovtoy). Physico-chemical investigations on 'cri-polyphosphates. It-was recommended to the Institute of Physical Chemistry im. L'.f.Pisarzhevskli AN USSR to hold the next Conference in 195K. The Department of Physical Chemistry of the Khar1kov Institute was advised to hold a meeting on the Theory of Solutions in 1957'. AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 20/20 SOV-21-58-0-15/29 AUTHORS: Abramova, T.M., Gankina, I.L. and Fomenkof A TITLE: Investigation of Cathode Reduction of Oxygen to Hydro~-en Peroxide on a Coal-Nickel Electrode (Issledovaniye katodno- po vosstanovleniya kisloroda do perekisi vodoroda na ugolino- nikelevom elektrode) PERIODICAL: Dopovidi Akademii nauk Ukrains1koi RSR, 1958, Nr 9, PP 974 - 976 (USSR) ABSTRACT; The process of cathode reduction of oxy?en is used in tech- nical production of hydrogen peroxide. However, the mechan- ism of the reaction which takes place in this nrocess has not been y6plained thus far. The authors employed the heavy isotope 0 in order to clarify the origin of oxygen in hy- drogen peroxide, which forms on a coal-nickel catliode in the oxygen reduction. As a result of this investigation it was shown that only molecular oxygen blown through the electrode plays a part in the cathode formation of hydro.Ten Deroxide, but not the oxygen of water. These findings are in agree- Card 1/2 ment with the concept of A,N. Frumkin that hydrof-en neroxide SOV-21-59-9-15/28 Investigation of Cathode Reduction of Oxygen to Hydrogen Peroxide on a Coal-Nickel Electrode formation is due to "newly"-adsorbed oxygen. There are 2 diagrams, 1 table and 10 references, 7 of which are Sov- iet, 2 English and I American. ASSOCIATION: Institut fizicheskoy khimii imeni L.V. Pisarzhevskogo AN UkrSSR (Institute of Physical Chemistry im. L.V. Pisar zhevskiy if the AS UkrSSR) PRESENTED: By Member of the AS UkrSSR, A.I. Brodskiy SUBMITTED: April 21, 1958 NOTE: Russian title and Russian names of individuals and insti- tutions apnearirg in this article have been used in the tranall te ra ti or 1. oxygen--Reduction 2. Hydrogen peroxide--Production 3. Electrolysis Card 2/2 PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOVPi2l6 Saveahchanlya pa elektrokhImll. 4th, Moscow, 2956. 7. It Trudy... ; jabomik] (Transactions of the Fourth Conference an Elect rochemlW; Collection or Articles) Moscow. .1zd-vo AN SSZE.' 2959. V. Errata slip Inserted. 2.500 copies Printed. 3ys kb! Sponsoring Ageneys Akadatmiya nauk SSSR. Otdalea. -Alchesklkh nauk. Editorial Boardi 4R.N. FrumikIn (Reap. Ed.) Academician. - O,A. - YiSta. Professors S,X. Zhdanov (Reap. Secretary), B.X, tabanov, Pr*'~ fessor, S.I. 7-hdanov (Reap. Secretary); B.N. Kabanov. Prcfaasor~ Ya. X. Kolotyrkin, Doctor or chemical Scloncenj V.V. Losev, F.D. LukOrtfiev. PrOfeascrS Z.A. SOlQv1y4vAj V.V. Szender. Frofessa~-. and O.M. Plarianovich; Ed. of Publishing Housot N.G. Yagoro Tech. Ed. t T.A. Pruvakova. This book to Intended for chemical and electrical angi- N,U:. Be., physicists, metallurgists and researchers Interested in "~ Ous ASDOCtB Of jlaCtrOChtMjAtry. OVERAGES The book contains 127 or the 138 reports presented At the Fourth Conference sent Of Chemical Sclon an Electrochemistry t:7 tha DOPAM- Academy of Sciences, u ces and the Institute or Physical Chem, 3511. The C012&ctlon V*rt&lzl to diff.rn"t-Y. branches Of electrochemical kinetics, double 2&y*r theories and Salvanic processes In met:l elactrodepositon and Industrial *I rolYals. Abridged discus ions Are given at the and of each djol"!_ *Ion. This MAJOrItY Of reports not Included hers have been Published In Periodical literature. NO 'OrsOnAlItIO3 Are mentioned. References are given At the and of moot of the articles. Kraq_tl_-shCh1kov, A.I. (QOsuaarjtvcnnyy InAtItut AxOtnOY Nitrogen Industry)., pniajishlinnostl - State institute or the rocheisical Reactions or Oxygen 2i Elect Oerbovich R A (Deceased) and..R.I. Xsg&ncvlch (M~scc`- State - Un v ' he -SO r.liy5. Study or t Rachani-is Of -6 Anode Processes -'bylC::binlng Electrochemical and Tagged-ktom Methods 277 Shlygin. A.1_ and G.A. BOgd&.q2t9tkIY_,(XO8cOw State University). ~jW-cj~-&-n3im of the -LTe-itro'thesitcal Oxidation of Some Compounds on Platinum 2a2 X.a. alk~hchis&r&yta,yan. And A-P-Toelov (Noskovskly khjmjk-o~tekhnologIche0k1y In3titut Lizeni D.I. X~ndeleyeve-Moscow institute of Chemical Technology Is@ Dj. Kend&leyev). r4chanlam of the ZIQctrVlYt1c ,n% 2ar7 Ox datlon or Acetone In Alkaline Solutions j[homutov, N. yo, (Moscow Institute or Chemical Technology Iment Rachanlem of Some irreversible Elect- Card 12/34 292 roly,tic-OxidatiOn Reactions I T.M r..01,-,-1nd 1,L.-Gankina (Inatitut 'C's *0 _Institute or physical Chemistry Lnrk'4 S y kRiMll AM U R or iron. Magnesium, echanIsm Or the Corrosion 29 AS UkrSSR),u.M eavy Oxygen Isotopes 9 Zinc and A inu. With the Ajq of H Discussion 1A,K_QL-targ, A.?. TOmIlOv, P.D. Lukovt9tv. 302 A. T*dor&4z* and contributing authors) PART IV. ELECTRODE PROCESSES IN PUSIOXS 309 yesin O.A (Ural 'fik1j pOjjt&khnjcheskiy Institut ;.Ural ?017- ---T;6jjiQ Inatitutd). Electrode Processes In Fu-ed Oxides 311 P Sternhaim.JL Franalml, And 0, N"t&Mlll Plonts phenaWs'na In Fussc 323 ~ Italy). Invest1kWflon Or Ov6rvOltft5s $&Its Card 23/ 34 5 (4), 18 (7) 05824 AUTHORS: `.'Fomenl~p A. S., Abramova, T. X., SOV/76-33-10-22/45 TITLE: An Investigation of Metal Corrosion With the Help of the Heavy Oxygen Isotope. II. Moist Atmospheric Corrosion of Cadmium PERIODICAL: Zhurnal fizicheskoy khimii, 1959, Vol 33, Nr 10, pp 2249 - 2252 (USSR) ABSTRACT: In previous articles (Refs 1,2) the corrosion of iron and magne- sium was investigated by means of the heavy oxygen isotope, and it was shown that there was an electrochemical mechanism with oxygen depolarization. In this article the authors investigated the moist atmospheric corrosion of cadmium by the same method and made experiments on the oxygen exchange of the corrosion 18 products of cadmium (Cd( OHY with H20 .The latter indicated that no exchange took place within 60.hours (Table 1). Since in- vestigations with the help of cadmium filings of the sort KD-O failed, experiments were made by means of cadmium plating ap- plied to a quartz tube (inner side). M4 NaCl solution served as corrosion liquid which was poured into the tube in a deflnite Card 1/3 quantity together with oxygen at atmospherto preasures The 05824 An Investigation of Metal Corrosion With the Help of SOT/76-33-10-22/45 the Heavy Oxygen Isotope. 11. Moist Atmospheric Corrosion of Cadmium content of 018 in the resultant water and aseous oxygen was determined by mass spectrometric analysis fRef 3). Experiments were made with the aid of natural water in heavy oxygen atmos- phere as well as with H 2018 in a common oxygen atmosphere. Re- sults of measurement (Table 2) concerning the distribution of 018 among water, gaseoua oxygen and corrosion products indicate that cadmium corrodes according to two parallel mechanismap ioeo an electrochemical mechanism with oxygen depolar'ization (as has already been observed by Peitknechto Wyler (Ref 5), y&- I- . Kolotyrkin and L. A. Medvedeva-(Re'f 6)) and a chemical mechanism. Investigations of copper corrosion have shown that the exchange 0:r CU oxygen with water is equilibrated after 48 hours. 1c- (OH.)2 cordinglyp the afore-mentioned method cannot be applied here. In conclusion, the authors thank Academician A. I. Brodakiy for his help. There are 2 tables and 7-references, 6 of which are Soviet. Card 2/3 05824 An Inveatigation of Metal Corrosion With the-Help of SOV/76-33-10-22/45 the j1eavy Oxygen Isotope* II. Moist Atmospheric Corrosion of Cadmium ASSOCIATION: Akademiya nauk USSR,Institut fizioheakoy khimii im. L. V. PinarzhevskogojKiyev (Academy of Sciences of the UkrSSR, Institute of Physical Chemistry imeni L. V. Pisarzhevskiy, Kiyev) SUBMITTED; March 21,1958 Card 3/3 -/ A -A3 o o 67265 ,5~ .2 6 OO(A) 1447-544 SOV/20-129-4-29/68 AUTHORS: Abramova, T. M., Ganki-na,, I. L., Fomenko., A. S. TITLE: The Mechantem-of-Hydrogen-Peroxi-de-Porma+.ioir-in-the Corrosion of Metals PERIODICALt Doklady,Akadenli nsukABSR, 1959, Vol 129, Nr 4, pp 820-823 (USSR) ABSTRACTs The authors,set themaelvea-the task of finding-an-anower to-the following question: Is the,hydrogen:peroxide which--is formed &a. azv-intermedia-te. in the.. corrosion.-nf - metals -caused -by- waAer and: air.. forned-from. oxygen- of:-ths, air,- frow thart-of -water-, or f rom.. the: oxygen. of- both? As,. according- tD.,..ref erence- 10, H202is formed as an intermediate in the cathodic reduction of 0, and 0 is depolarized also in the corrosion of metals in air, the formation of H 202 from the 0 in air was probable.' In that case its isotopic composition would have to correapond to that of gasepus 0. This was checked by the authors by means of 0 18 which was either added to the 0 blown through the solution cor- is Card 1/4 roding the metal, or was admixed to the solution as H 202 .The 67265 1.66 BOV/20-129-4-29 The Mechanism of Hydrogen Peroxide Pormation in the Corrosion of Metals approach of the isotopic composition of the H2 02 formed to that of gaseous 0 was actually observed by the authors In the oor- rosion of Zn, Jig, Sn, Al, and Cd in aqueous solution of B202 and during the blowing through of 0. The experiments were made in the dark at room temperature and took 1 - 24 hours. The H202 content of the solution was then determined by means of permanganate (in the case of Zn and Cd the insoluble peroxides were dissolved by acidification) and the isotopic composition of U202 s determined by means of a mass spectrometer. Table I shows thla in the experiments with H 018 + 016 the 018 content 2 2 2 decreases in the H202 analyzed after the experiment is endedt whereas it increases ir the experiments made with H 0 16 + 0 18 2 2 2 The H202 is thus produced from air-oxygen. A rough calculation of the isotopic composition of H2 02 to be expected, carried out, as an example, on Zn, showed a. difference of 13% if compared Card 2/4 67265 SOV/20-129-4-29/60 The Mechani6m of lVdrogen Per.)xide Formation in the Corrosion of Metals with the experimental result. Also the differences found in experiments-with,other-metale are of the same order of magni- t~de-. The following causes are assumed-to*be responBibles 1 Part-of the 11 ~02 formed is immediately again catalytically decomposed by the metal. 2) The 0 liberated in this decomposi- tion partly again enters into reaction accom-panied by the formation of H2 02' Attempts at stabilizing the H202 formed by additions of oxyquinoline, sodium pyrophosphate, sodium sili- cate etc. were unsuccessful. The authors refer to published data, according to which there is no exchange between the oxygen of H 0 and of air under the prevailing experimental 2 2 conditions (Refs 14,15), which they were able to confirm b;y control tests. Thus, as no side-reactions occur, the results obtained by the authors prove that the H 202 is produced in the corrosion of metals from the oxygen in the air. It is finally mentioned that the authors thank A. I. Brodekiy, Academic~sn of the AS UkrSSR, for supervising the investigations, and Card 3/4 Engineer 1. U. Frotas for the mass-upectrometrical analysea 67265 SOV/20-129-4-29/68 The Mechanism of Hydrogen Peroxide Formation in the Corrosion of Metals carried out. There are 1 table and 16 references, 3 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Institut fizicheskoy khimii im. L. V. Piaarzhevokogo Akademii nauk U55H (Inatitute of Physioal Chemistry imeni L. V. Pisarzhevskiy of the Academy of Sciences, UkrSSR) PIIESE14TED: July 13, 1959, by A. N. Frumkin, Academician L11 SUBMITUD: July 13, 1959 Card 4/4 C) MSE I BOOK EXPLOITATION scv/541o Ta:;h!centakaya konferentsiya po mirnomu iapollzovanlyu atomnoy cnergii, Tanhkent, 1959. Trudy (r.-Iraiuactions of the Tazhkent Conference on the Peaceful U-~ca of Atomic Energy) v. 2. Taalkcnt, lzd-~vo MIT UzS.'R, 1960. 449 p. Errata slip inserted, 1,500,copieu printed. Sponsoring Agencyt Akadeaiya nauk Uzbekskoy SSR.. Reapons-Ibla Ed.: S. V. StarodiAbtzev, Academician, Academy of Sciencei Uzbek SSR. Lditorinl Board: A. A. Abdull3yov, Can- didate of Phy3ic5 and M'athP-ItI05j D. N. Abdur-2nulov, Doctor of aledical Sciencea; U. A. Arifov, Kcademician, Academy of 9~,Icnce3 Uzbek SSR; A. A. Borodulina, Candidate of Biological Siiencea; V. It. Iva3hev; G. S. lkramova; A. Ye. ILIv'; Yu,. "t. Dobanov, Candidate of Physics and I'lathenatics; A. .1. Nilkolayov, Candidate of Medical Sciences; D. Ili2hanov, Candidate of Chcziical S:Iencea; A. S. Sadykov, Correnponding Memnber, Acadczy of Scicncae3 USSR, Academician, Academy of Sciences Uzbek SSR; iu. 11. Talanin, 4- x .,Tranvactions of the Ta3likent (Cont.) SOV151110 Candidate of Phypics and 11athematics; Ya. Kh. Turakulov, D octor of BloloL~ical SrAences. Ed. ; R. 1. Kha-midov; Tech. rd. : A. G. Babald,anova. Fn1 CCIE 'ho p011-:ation In int(~nded for aoi,~ntiftc workera and employA in entox-prl.,,~,n vjh-re ra-dionctIve !--oto!~cij an"I nuclear radiation are wed fcr ro..iearch In Icacal, and technological fields. CCNURAGE: Thiz collection of 133 article5 rcpresentq thc. second w.)1~--.c of the ~Iranaastiona of the Taz-hkcnt Conferc-nce on the Dia-eful Uses of Atcnic Energy. ':be Individual artl~lez r~.,cal with a w1de range of proble-ma in the field of niclea- radiation, iw~ludtng: prothictlon and chemical analy:,1~3 cf ral'towtive lantcpo3; invPatigation of the kinctlets of chernical r,~-ac-.tionrj by meana' of isotc-pen; application of ~ipectral nnalysj-~. for the manufacturing of radioactive prcparationn; radloastive Ti-athods for determining the content of elements in the rcck.3, and an anaiyals or methods for obtaining pure oubatancea. Cer-.ain Card 2/20 %Transactions of the Ta:3hkcnt (cont.) SOV/5410 inatrvm~nta uacd, such as automatla reZulatora, flo,..zatnra, level ~iuges, and high-sennitivity gat.-_a-relays, are do:;cribed. No perz;*malitlos aro mentioned. Huforences folloa individual articloA. TABLE OF CONTMITS: RADIOACTIVE IZOTOPM WD )MCLEAR RADIATION lilt MIGIN M'' W110 AUD GEOLOOY Lobanov, Yp. M. (Institut yadcrnoy Miki UzSSR - Inatitute of Euclear Physics AS UzSSR]. Application of Radioactive Isotopes and Nuclear Radiation in Uzbokintan Takcar, and V. A. Yanuahlcovokiy (Inatitut fizilti All Latv SSR - Institute of Physics AS Latvian SSR]. Problems of the TypifIcation of Automatic-Control Apparatus Based on the Use of Radioactlvq Isotopes Card 3/20 7 9 A. 1., 1. F. Qrarerov, I. P. Franchuk, L. V. Sulima, I. K~kht-cnko, V. A. Lunanok, A. S. Fomcnko, and A. M. Alek- X-7. at .1*;k,.1n [1n;:Utut fizieInczhoy 1,h1MT Tj M=31 - In. Itut of xhv~it:al !~Mr_tstry AS 1153R). Inveatiagion of the Mechanizza of 07-1:1111.71ng Fviactlcn,:~ by the Isotopic Iliethod 327 f,avrul,htna., A. K. (In5titut geolthinii i analiticheolcoy IC-,imli - p AN oTIR - Institute of Gaochertlatzy and V-~rnalikog U - A-Inlyti..,al' i~rcml V. 1. Vorvaiakly AS U33111. Methods nf Fad-looke-iii-itry and the rieldo of Its Application 334 E. A., K. V. Cbmutov. and P. P. flazarov. (Inati- ,ut,~ if Physical Chvmlitry AS Study of the Ada-irption of Alkaline and Rare-Earth Elemants on Black Earth by the Olrv~,rr At,,m Tlethrd 341 A. 1. [Tad7,h1.1cmkiy gonudar3tvennyy univerlitet im. 1. ~'-nlna--Tad7hik State Univeraity imeni V. I. Lenin]. Co- _ r,m~,Ipit atica of Small quantities of Various Cations and Anions ~ ,with Nstal Hydroxldo3 349 Ammelogova, N. 1. ERadiyevyy institut im. V. 0. Mlopina Card 16/2o VgW ~4, S/CZ-1/62"000/001/004/067 B156/B101 AUTHORSs Brodakiy, A, I, Gragerov, I. P.# Franchuk, I. F.# Sulima, L,V.0 Xlkh on o Lunonok, V. A., Fomanko, A. S., Aloksankin, U TITLEs L:echanicm of oxidation reactions invoutigated by the isotopic mothod PERIODICILt Ra.-erativnyy zhurnal. Khimiya, no. Iv 1962, 60, abstract 1114~9 (Tr. Tashkentak. konforentaii po mirn. iopollzovaniyu ;.;,omn. onergii, v. 2. Tashkent, AN UzSSRI 1960, 527-334) T=XT: A review of work done by the authors on studying the mechanism of certain oxidation reactions using icotopest the oxidation of organic compounds with chromyl chloride, the mechanism of anthranil roGrouping, the process of oxidation of aniline, o-aniaidine and p-nitroaniline with Caro acid. The mechanism whereby hydrogen peroxide and certain persulfate-type inorganic peroxide compounds are Xormed and converted is oxaminedi so also are the kinetics of isotopic exchange in substituted banzoic acids, Card 1/2 S/08 V621000100110041067 Uechaniam of oxidation reactions B156/BIOI benzaldehydes, alcohols, naphthalenes and nitro compounds with H 0 18 references. LAbatracterla notes Complete tranulation.] 2 Card 2/2 33490 S/195/61/002/005/015/027 A 0 El1l/E485 AUTHORS: Pomenko Gankina, I.L., Avramova, T.M, TITLEz Study of the mechanism of the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide on activated charcoal by the isotope method- PERIODICAL9 Kinetika i kataliz, v.2, no.5, 1961, 732-736 TEXT: The decomposition of hydk-ogen peroxide on activat6d charcoal was studied by many authors but their assumptions on the mechanism of this process are in contradiction, In the present work the mechanism was studied using 018 introduced into the charcoal oxides (with H202 of the natural isotope composition) or into the H202 (with ordinary oxygen charcoal), The isotope compositions of the charcoal oxides-and of gas ous oxygen were determined to evaluate the mechanism, The 019-contain I'll, charcoal was prepared by grinding the commercial charcoal type (BAU), de-ashing with acid, washing, drying and activating in C02 at 800*C for 6 hours and 1000% for 3 hours,, after this, the material was treated'with hydrogen at 1000"C (which was then pumped off at 600 to 650*C), cooled in oxygen-free nitrogen. treated at room temperature with 018-enriched gaseous oxygen'And Card 1/4 33490 S/195/61/002/005/015/027 Study of the mechanism ... Elil/E485 stored in heavy-oxygen water vapour. The procedure for preparing and storing ordinary oxygen-charcoal was identical but ordinary oxygen.and water vapour were used. Special experiments were carried out iii which charcoal containing ordinary oxygen was treated.with heavy-oxygen water vapour whose f nal isotope content was then determined, or charcoal containing 01~ was treated with ordinary water, filtered off and its isotope composition determined by mass spectrometry on the C02 obtained by de-gassing at 300 to 5500C. For H202, mass spectrometric isotope analysis was carried out on the oxygen evolved when the peroxide was decomposed with potassium permanganate: and for water, on C02 VIr after exchange with the water, Results showed that there is no exchange of the oxygen of the basic oxides with waier. For -the main H202 decomposition experiments in a quartz tube ~onta,ining 1 to 4 g of degassed charcoal was put in a furnace. One end of' the tube was connected to a trap for freezing out the desorbed gases and to a vacuum installation; the other to a trap !;ontaining the required quantity of peroxide, freed from dissolved oxygen. The tube was periodiLally rotated~ After the required',;imeg the Card 2/ 4 33490 Study of the mechanism S/195/61/002/005/015/027 Eill/E485 water and undecomposed peroxide was distilled and the --harcoal degassed as before,, The C02 fraction, collected at 300 to 550'C~ was analysed for 018. In some experiments the isotope composition of the oxides was determined from the water obtained during their treatment with hydrogen. Mass spectrometry revealed carbon dioxide as well as oxygen in the gaseous decomposition products. In agreement with the views of G.Brinkmann (Ref.6f~ Ang, Chem., v.61, 1949, 378) the results suggest that a double decomposition type of reaction occurs between the basic OH groups in the charcoal surface and H02 ions of the peroxide C+] OH- + HOOH -* C] HOO- + H20 followed by C+JHOO- + H00H-4-C+j0H- + H,O + 02Q The origin Of C02 in the decomposition of H202 on charcoal is not clear since the simultaneous presence of H20 and C02 , in view of the exchange between them, alters the primary CO composition. The observed change in the isotope composition oi oxides on charcoal cannot be attributed to further oxidation of the coal to give oxygen compounds, differing from OH groups, whose high- Card 3/4 33490 S/195/61/002/005/015/027 Study of the mechanism El1l/E485 temperature decomposition could give a further quantity Of C02 with the peroxide Isotope composition. No free radicals on the charcoal surface were found by the electron paramagnetic resonance method and this is contrary to the chain mechanism propotfed by various authors (e.g. Ref.8s V.A.Garten, E.Epinger, D.E.Weiss... Austr. J. Appl. Sci., v-7, 1956, i4q)~ Academician (AS UkzSSR) A.I.Brodskiy helped in the work. There are 2 tables and 12 referencess 2 Soviet-bloc and 10 non-Soviet-bloc, The foj-r most recent references to English language publicationa read as follows! RefAx A.King, J. Chem. Soc., 1936, 1688~ Ref.5: E.C.Larsen, J.H.Walton, Jo Phys. Chem., v.44, 1940, 70,~ Ref.10s B.R.Puri, L.A.Scharma, D.D.Singh, Ind. Eng. Chem,., ';r.50, 1958, 1075; J. Ind. Chem. Soc., V-35, 1958, 765! Ref.1.2s M.Cohn, H,C.Urey, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., v.60, 195811, 679,. ASSOCIATION: Institut fizicheskoy khimii im, L.V.Pisarzhevakogo AN UkrSSR Kiyev (Institute of Physical. Chemistry im, L,V.Pisarzhe-vskiy AS UkrSSR, Kiyior) Card 4/4 FOMENKO AO-So- ABRAMOVA, T.M.; GANKrNA, I.L. Decomposition of hydrogen permcida in the presence of,$ potassium iodate, bromate, and chlorate. Ukr. kbim. zhur# U no.1:14-17 f62. (tr MA 16: 8) 1. Institut fizichaskoy- khimii im. L.V. Pisarzhevskogo AN UkrSSR, vrtm u xIda a a f -t x Card 1/2 - --- --- Nt~ AT5C,)2565 71r,"'r ~)TO( PSS bV LeQ, ii dild in Lll~ r 2 -t 7 a e TT, v a I ~-ia j~, lzlcIwakoly -4-11 Lm. T 7 ~z T gritute of Physical Cbmistry, -Alt UkrSSR); FAyevsk-ly filial Vffesolnmnegor-nauchno- ,T~ogo fnqt1tuta iskusatvenrogo volokna Me- Brnrvrb, Al I -tnio,n ~ile.-arrh Institute of Synthetir F~-,~r~ -7:7 D 22J-jn6-L ~fT, Np Pg, Soy 002 OTHER: 003 C~ ACCESSION NR: AUTHOR: Fomenko Ye. G. ;-TITIE: Oxidati, in the radiolysi elf6 4 SOURCE: Ukrains TOPIC TAGS: po W-1 radical formati h, ydroperoxide fo :ABSTRACT: The f M Fw~m 60, their functi .ing action of an ance spectra of 60) and the effe -sill- Changes in those Ii radiolysis In Car,l _J ----MEMMMM ,ACCESSION KR: AP4033700 3~ C02. The amount of terminal amino groups almost doubled on irradiation; with a 1 e 22 mrad done this correspond d to the rupture of 0 or the C-H bonds in the polymer$ 'The viscosity of the polyme ri also changes on irradiation--with 8 mrad irradiation ;~the viscosity decreased during the first 30 hours, then increased, appaxeatl,'Y due J,to the formation of cross-linked structures. The accumulation of hydroperoxide in Ipolyeaprolactam on gamma-irradiation in oxygen, the effect of'radiation dose, the. !;changes in terminal amirio and c&rbo.Vl groups and the viscosity of the polymer weret I ;exami-ned. H :CO ratio in these products was 2:1; terminal NH2 and C001i groups 2 increased at doses below 15 mrad, ana decreased above that. These data agree with !.changes in the IR spectra of the irradiated polycaprolactam. It is concluded that 'the R02 kadical formed by radiation oxidation is converted to the hydroperoxide .and carbonyl-containing compounds by a par&Uel route* Addition of 0.5-3% antioxi- 'dant di- p-naphthyl-p-phenylenediamine to the polymer'does not affect the form of lithe EPR spectra or concentration of free radicals formed by gamma-irracliation; I j,but this additive significantly lovers the amount of hydroperoxide and carbonyl- :containing compounds formed by radiation oxidation. "N. S. Oleynik and M. T. Koz- 41 vork.'P'... "The authors thank AN USSR academiciani J.bura took part in the experiment 1. Brodsko,for help la tba vork md participation, in its evaluation,, and also r 2/3 ACCESSION IIR: AP4033TOO ~.coworkera in the electron paramagnetic resonance laboratory for obtaining EPR ;~spectra and bely in ey&2uating the spectral data." Orig. art. has: 6 figures and 1 table. ASSOGIATIM. Institut fizichealwy Ithl-Ii im. L. V. Pisarzhevskogo AN USSR, (In6titute of Pbysical Chemistry) *.Kiyevskiy filial Vsesoyuznogo NXI iskusat."rennov I Voloknap (Kiev Branch of the All UAou NXI of Synthetic Fibers) sum=: - I%&y63 ENCL: 00 SM CCDZj OCv, NP. .."No IW Owl.. 010 3/3 w--iR M -ACCESSION NR: AF040955 a/0020/64/l56/O05/li47/1U9 'or C r spWding llmemb*r AN SSSR)v Abr;A N Fomffl*oj_A,4~Z..; AUMORs Brodakiy A. T- M.; Furman, Ye. G Darlyeve., E# P.; kukhtenkd,-,f._i.; Galinap- As A. TITIEt EFR spectra of radicals formhd.during gamma irradiation of polyamides SOURM AN =Re Doklady*o' v." 156, no. 5,, 1964,, 31474149 TOPIC TAGSt electron paramagnetic resonance, ;FR spectra, EPR radical spectral, polyamide, polyamide gamma irradiation,,-hwamethylene adipamide, poly-dmaga-undecane amidep deuterium, caproamide ABSTRACT: The authors ponducted this 'analysis because the literary data pertaining to the structure of radicals formed under the effects of irradiation are contradictory. The Eni spectra Iof poiy-6-caproamide were recorded. The irradiation and EFR spectra recording,:.was.,taken at room tempera.ture..The EFR spectrum of the gamma-irradiated poly%.4&caproamido is an incompletely resolved quintet Lz 2 s 2 s 2 3 1 with an average width of 74 oersteds between the 'extreme -xi- a i The cleavage between the extrewe pairs of lines 14 and 4-5 is 21 oerstedse. This is 1*55~tix*-less than,the cleovage between ~he lbas.2-4, This spectrum corresponds to a'-GH -G0-NH-,0&0H - radical in which the unipaired 2'. - ' .* ~ - . . 1 1. 1 L 2': "rd 1b ~ACCESSION NR: AKG40955' .:electron interacts witWon4luAydrogon and two Aq#valent p'-hydrogbns. The .i-CO-GD -(GH ) -CD _NH_ "mole with deuterium in'the two Cfl~ gtb neighboring the UPS 2 2 3 2 --*carbo.nyl and NH groups yielqo a fully resolved I : 2 s 1-triplbt with a splitting of a 28 oersteds, an width ofp~56 oersteds b6tweeii the.e3ctreme .4,'wit~ a general maxiin 0. This spectrum corrdsponds, to -a _0240-NH-CD-02. rddical. The spectra. of irradiated polyamides" 00fitaining. 8 and - 10 CH groups in th6 mon6mer twit show incompletely split 1 : 3 s 1 quadruplQta wi h identical 211 oersted cleavages. The spectrum for an irrad:rated completeli-crysialline hexamethylerfe adipamide :CobH-(CH2 is a satisfactorily resolved 1 :-2 s 2 : 2.,s 1 ~quintet with a genera Widt of 84 persteds between the extreme maxim8 and with a,:1: 21 oersteds and a./spa 2.0. 4 corresponds to a radical in which the hydrogen isp its orf from the Ch group in the# -position to the NH, just as in the poly-,e- caproamide radical. Tge irradiated*t-caprolacUm monomer produces a poorly resolved spectrum. When deuterium is introduced into the methylene groups of the nondeuterated and deuteratdd caprolactam in the NH group a sharp changv~in the spectrum shape can be observed, The spectrum of - the 00-CD H CD ND,*i 2(G &.2j~ ampl6 is not as well resolved probably on account of the participation o group hydrogen -in the cleavage, This spectrum can evidently also bol examined as a quadruplet with intensity ratio of I I I j I t I Orig, art4 has 1 3 figures. Card. 2/3.. IM, M 5 'NO"M GFLLERI B.A.; NEYMARK, I~Ye,; RUBANIK, M.Ya.; GRAGEROV, I.P.; POLYAKOVj M.V.; IMSOV, M.T.; DAINp B,Ya.; REKASHEVA, AJ., SMUESKJOy D.N.; LUNENOKP V.A.; ROYTFRI.V.A.; SULIMA, L.V.j ~0-*- 1 ".1, .. ;*/ Aleksandr Illich Brodskii, 1695- ; on his seventieth birthday. Zhur. flz, khim# 39 no.6-1540-1541 Je 165. (MIRA 18:11) J- L 24491-66 Epr (n) -2/EWT (Gi/9W(J)/T/9VA (h)/EWA (1) GOIRMIWWIJW- ACC NRt AP6 980 SOURCE COD91 UR/0190/46/008/002/0261/0266! AUTHORSt Fomenkoj At 841 Abruova, To Mo Der"yeval E, P.; Galinap A. A#; Furman,, Ye. 0 ORG: Institute of LMMsical Chemistr7_ im. L. V. Piearzhev2~~ (Institut. fizicheskoy khimii) TITLE: Mechanism of action of di-A -naph!!Wl-p:phenylenediamine1 dur4m radiation oxidation of polyeaproaaide SOURCE: Vysokomolekalyarvjye soyedineniyal v. 8y no. 2j 1966, 261-266 TOPIC TAGS: polyamide, free radi~alp oxidation kinetics ABSTRACT: The effect of di-,A -naphthyl-p-pherqlenediamine (I) upon the kinetics of accumulation of free radicals formed during the process of radiation-induced decomposition of-polycaproamide (H) was invootigatedp and the yield of gaseous and oxygen-contaiAiing products of radiation-induced oxidation of the polymer was determined. The changes of the content of terminal NH2 groups, viscosity, and.IH spectra occurring in II stabilized with I during the riAiation-induced oxidati6n were also studied. The methodep involving MR, chromatographic, chemicalf and IR pe;q 1/2 U.Dct 678-01254+678-6751 L 24491-66 ACC XR: AP6006980 spectroscopic studies, were previously described by A. S. Pomenko, T. M. Abramove E. P. Dar"yeva, A. A. Galina, and Ye. G. Furman (Ukr. khimich. zh.t 30t 376P 1964501 It was established that I has no effect upon breaking of the C-Hj C-Ns and -C- bonds during radiolyois of Up but does affect C-N and C-00 bonds during radiation oxidation of IL The amount of peroxy carbonyl and carboxyl compounds formed during radiation oxidation of II stabilized with I is considerably lowered as compared with the untreated IL A possible mechanism for the inhibiting action of I is offered. Orig. art. hast i table,-6 figures, and 4 equations. SUB CODEt 07, 11/ SUBM DATEs OX=65/ OUG REFt 007 2 2 ';M 'xd MV, 01, A) SOURCE CODE: UR/0190/66/008/004/0770/0770 AUTHOR:, Fomenko, A. S.. Krasnov, Ye. P.; Abramova, T. M.; Darlyeva, E. P.; Furman, Ye. G.;_G&1Tn_a, A. A.- ORG: none TITLE: Radiation resistance of isomeric aromatic polyamides SOURCE: Vysokomolekulyarnyye soyedineniya, v. 8, no. 4, 1966, 770 TOPIC TAGS: radiation stability, aromatic polyamide, aliphatic polyamide, gamma irradiation, radiation resistance ABSTRACT: The integral dose required for the accumulation of 1.1014 radicals in y-irradiation of aromatic polyamides is shown to be one order higher than for ali- phatic polyamides. The radiation yields of hydrogen during polymer irradiation are two orders lower than for aliphatic polyamides. There were no changes in IR- spectra and thermomechanical properties of samples y-irradiated in vacuo and in the.1 presence of oxygen. This proves the high radiation stability of aromatic polyamides (Based on author's abstract.) (AM] SUB CODE:,,W, ll/ SUBM DATE: 22Nov65/ ORIG REF: 002 )`T-- ---Ijp 1, C I -RM /EWF GG/ (A) NRx AP6019061 SOURCE CODE: UR/0073/66/032/006/0549/0554 AUTHOR: Brodskly, A. L: Fomanko, A. S.; Darlyeva, E. P.; Abramovap T. M.; CAU A. A.; Furmang Ye. Go ORG: Institute of Physical Chemistry Im. L. V. PisarzheysUl, AN UkrSM(InStItUt fizicheskoy khImII AN UkrSSR) ~4 TITIZ: Gas evolution during the radiative-oxidative degradation of poly-6-capro SOURCE: Ukrainskly khtmichoskiy zhurnal, Y. 32, no. 6, 1966, 549-554 TOPIC TAGS: polyamide, oxidative degradation, hydrogen, carbon monoxideq gamma radi- ation, radiation affect 11 ABSTRACT: Chromatographic analysis was used to find the radiation Y~A~elds of hverogen and carbon monoxide, the main gaseous products of the radlolys_i!~and radiative oxi- dation of poly-c-caproamide. GH2 Is about I mole/100 eV fol both processess and does not change as the do&* rate increases from 0.4 to 5.0 x 1010 eV/g min* G Is equal to 0.3 mole/100 eV for radiolysis and to 0.6 mole/100 eV for radiative oxfdoation, and rises to 0.9 mole/100 eV as the dose rate Increases from 0.4 to 5.0 x 1018 aV/g min. It was found that the combined action of gamma radiation and increased temperature approximately doubles the values of GH2 and GCO In both the radiolysis and radiative oxidation of poly-i-caproamildo In the case of a low done rate of gamma radiation, and that the effect of this combined action an G H2 and GCO diminish" with increasing Card W_ L -40099--66 ACC NR. Ap6019661 dose rate. It Is shown that the stabilization of poly- I -c&proamide by the addition of the antioxidant dl-iS-n4iphthyl-p-phanylonedlemine does not change Gil during v&diolysis and radiative oxidationp but markedly reduces the amount of L~bon am- oxide formed during radiative oxidation. Orig. art. has& 6 figuroa and 3 tables. SUB CODFC: 07/ SUMN IDATM. 31Jan64/ ORIG WS 006 Card 2/2 1775 0, R o-gA M"m U No= i H