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ACC NR- AP6035689 64,N) - -----SOUR C*E" CODE':_' - UA~I_V66/doo/6iq/063~/669~ 11WENTOR: Ponotnarev, V. V.; Shapatin, A. S.;,Golubtsov, S. A.. ORG: none !TITLE: Preparation of organosilicon derivatives of styrylphosphonic 1 acid, Class 12., No. 186477 SOURCE: Izobreteniya, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, no, 19, 1966, 32 TOPIC TAGS: organosilicon compound, zi;~~phosphonie acid, 44~ AXAI-~ ~ABSTRACTz In the proposed method, organosilicon derivatives of styryl- phosphonic acid of the type: ClnR3-u SiCGH4CH-_~HP(O)"21 where n - 01, 10 2, and R is an alkyl, are obtained by the reaction of organosilicon derivatives of styrene with phosphorus pentoxide at temperatures from -400 to 1000C. with subsequent decomposition of the complex formed, (PSI (WA-50; CBE NO- 141 SUB CODE: 07/ SUBM DATE: 28Aug65 L.qardl UDC: ..419.1'419-5. GOLUBTSOV V A.; SMIRNOV3 A.S. inah. Determining the efficiency of boiler units. Toploonergetika 8 no.6:93-94 Jo 161. (KIRA 14:10) 1. Chlen-korrespondent AN SSSR (for Golubtsqv). (Boilers) GOLUBTSOVP V.A.; SOLYMKOV, V.K. Certain characteristics of the thermal conversion process of fuel with a fine-grained solid heat-transfer agent. Energotekh. ispoll. toil- no.2:138-145 162. (KRA 16:5) 1. Chlen-korrespondent AN SSSR (for Golubtsov). (Coal--Carbonization) GOLUBTSOV, V.A., prof,; STYRIKOVICHs M.Ao, prof. MARGULOVA,, T.Kh.9 '-- -,--a6Yt' --takhn. nauk, prof. Water cycle norms of thermal electric power plants. Teploener- getika 10 no*lOt79-81 Ot63 (MIRA 17:7) 1. Moukovskiy energ,Acheukiy institut, 2, Chleny-korrespon- denty AN SSSR (for Golubtsovs Styrikovich. GOLUBTSOV V.1; . prof.,, GRA)GLASkIll, A.A., kand. tvkh.n. nauk Mathod for calailat!ng fractional ionl.'.p compositler of componite H-,OH -4on a-(chanpc- filters. Trploencjrj;e-.,~ka 11 no.111-54-58 ,q 64. 0CPA 17-12) 1. Moskovskiy energetl~cheskiy institut. 2. Chlen-korrespordent AN SISSR (for Golubtsav). GOIJjBTSOV V.A ; BELOSELISKIYO B.S.; BI TSZE-TSZIN [Pi Chleh-ching] *J Using a liquid heat carrier in studying the process of the thermial decomposition of fuel. Ispoll. tverd. topl., ser. maz. i gaza no. 5894-101 164 (MIRA l9t2) 15-57-5-5775 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Geologiya, 1957, Nr 5, p 9 (USSR) AUTHOR: Golubtsov, V. K. TITLE: Lower Carboniferous Deposits in the Region of Slovechno (0 nizhnekamennougoltnykh otlozheniyakh rayona Slovechna--in Belorussian) PERIODICAL: Vestsi AN BSSR, 1954, Nr 2, pp 118-123. ABSTRACT: Bibliographic entry. Card 1/1 WSSR/Geolcu Co;-1 cam 1 1/1 Authort; I Golubtsov V. K. ~ !;4 3~~47 Title j Coal deposits in the Ellsk region (Pripyatskoe Polosyo) Byelorus-ESR Periodical : Dokl. AN SSSRI 97, Ed. 1, 133 - 135) JU1Y 1954 Abstract j The stratigraphic location of the coal deposits of the Ellsk regiQn is explained. Seven USSR references. Institution Acad. of Se. E1yelorus-SSR, Institute of Geological Sciences Presented by Academician, 11. S. Shatskiy, April 20, 1954 OOLUBTSOV, V.K. - KDVALMV, B.S.; TARTSMA, M* V. i'j .t middle Carboniferous Bashkir-stage deposits discovered in the Pripet depression (southeastern White Russia). Dokl. AN SSSR 110 no.2:257-259 S '56. (MLRA 9:12) 1. Institut geologicheakikh nauk Akademii nauk SSSR. Preastavieno akedemikom N.S. Shatekim. (Pripet Valley--Geology, Stratigraphic) GOLUBTSOY, P . I ~ '' Lower boundary-and volume of the Tula horison. of the lower Carbod- feroun in the h-lppt Dap"nrjen. Dokl. AN SSSR Ill no,6,.1305-1307 D 156, OILU 10: 3) 1. Predstavleno akadamikom NA Shatskim. (Pripet Valley-Geology, Straticraphic) LUKASHZV. K.1.. akademik. red.; GLHBIO, P.F.. skedemiki red.; VITNIK, A.I., red.; BULYGIN, I.A., red.; UBTSOV, Y.K., kend.goologo- 0 OV' mineralog.nauk, red.; UWKS, Lee rTdT-T--va!VOWKWOVICH. Ie, ode z va; [Papers at the Conference of Young Scientists of the Academy of Sciences of White Russia) Xaterialy konforentaii molodykh uchanykh AkmdeKii nauk BSM Minsk. 1958. 178 p. (HIM 12:3) 1. Akademiyannyuk BSSR, Minsk. 2. Akademiya nauk BSSR (for Lukashov, Glebko). 3. Chlon-korresponaent Akademli nauk BSSR (for Toynik, Bulygla). (Science) K lei 1.3 GOLUBTSOV, V.Ks; KOO, G.I. A. Geological dection of the area. of Davydovka, Doki.Aff BSSR 2 no.10:423-427 N ~58. (MIRA 12:8) 1. Predetavleno akademikom AN BSBR K.I.Lukashevym. (DavydovkEL (Gomel' Province) --Geology, Stratigraphy) MANYKIN, ~.S.; GOLUBTSOV V K red.; KARIKS, L., red.izd-va; SIDMKO, N., tekhli~.ff [Stratigraphy of Tertiary sediments in White Russia] Strati- grafiia tretichnykh otlozhanii Beloruseii. Minsk, Izd-vo Akad. nauk BSSR, 1959. 151 P. (MIRA 12:9) (White Russia--Geology, Stratigraphic) GOUWSOV, V.19 I MCDO, Gel* -'-4 Lower Vioifan sedimento of the Ohernigov key borehole. DokI. AN BSSR 3 no,9:383-386 6 159a (MIRA 13:2) 1. Prodstavlono akademikou AN BSSR K.I.Lu3cashevym. (Chemigov region-Zoology, Stratigraphic) GOLUBTSOV, T.K.: BRUSEWSOV, A.H.; USIKKOV, F.M. Coal yield prospects of coal deposits of the Pripet Lowland. Dokl.AN HSSR 3 no.10:1108-412; 0 159. (MIRA 13:2) 1. Predstavlano akademikom AN BSSR K.I.Lukashovym. (Pripet Valley--Coal) 3(5) AUTHORS: Colubteov, V. K., Kedo, a. r. SOV/20-127-1-43/65 TITLE: On the Occurrence of Sediments of the Tasnopolyanakaya Sub- stage of the Lower Carboniferous in the ehernigov Deep '' WeU (K nakhodke otlozheniy yasnopolyanskogo pod"yarusa nizhnego karbonav Chernigovskoy opornoy skvazhine) PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii nauk SSSRp 19599 Vol 127, Nr 1, pp 159-161 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The deep veU mentioned in the title was drilled in the time from 1949 to 1951 in the surroundings of the city of Lyubech. It has been dealt with in a number of articles (Refs 1-5). All authors agree on the absence of Tournaisian and Lower Visean (Yasnopolyanakiye) sediments in the cross section of the deep VeU in question. On the strength of a detailed description of the cross section and of studies made concerning the micro- fauna as well as the spore-pollen complexes, the authors of the present paper intended to define a part of the former in detail. A subdivision (without description) of the Visean Stage was supplied by reference 7. The age of the effusive- sedimentary mass is stated as being the Upper Devonian (Fa- Card 1/3 mennian). The authors place the top of this mass at a depth On the Occurrence of Sediments of the Tasnopolyans- SOV/20-127-1-43/65 kaya Substage of the Lower Carboniferous I.P the Chernigov I Deep Well of 1592.0 m; carbon res-ts upon It up to 1018 m. The contact, between Devonian and Carboniferous is very close here. The mass in question conoihts at the contact of brecciated tuf- aceoue rock interspersed with kaolin and with pyrite in the upper part. It is an old weathered crust. Sandstone rests upon it very tranogressively; it occasionally passes over to aleurolite. Rare thin intermediate layers of durk-gray to black sandy loams along with large quantities of carbonized fossil plants may be found in there. Also rhizoids are present. Numerous spores were identified from ouch a-loam intermediate layer. The spore complex may be well compared with those of the 2nd horizon of the productive suite of the Vskhodskiy Rayon in the Smolensk oblast' and of the 3rd horizon in the Eastern and South-western part of the Podmoskovnyy Basin. The Stalinogorskiy horizon is 6 m, thick. Again numerous spores were identified in two samples of the higher resting (1,586-1,562.0 m) predominantly loamy mass. The enclosing rocks are ascribed by the authors to the lower Tullskiy hori- zon, and are brought into correlation with S. N. Naumova's dard 2/3 XVI complex (Refs 798). The lower Tullskiy horizon is On the Occurrence of Sediments of the Yasnopolyansk- SOV/20-127-1-43/65 aya Substage of the Lower Carboniferous in the Chernigov Deep Well I . 24-0 m thick here. A loam mass with two calcarebus inter- mediate layers 09548-1,562 m) lies above. A rich foramini- feral faund foudd here was defined in references 1-3. Forms which are typical of the Aleksinskiy horizon (Refs 7,9) are missing here. On the other hand, those typical of the Upper Tul'skiy horizon are predominantp so that the authors as- cribe the complex to this horizon. Loam of the Aleksinskiy age lies again above, between 1546 and 1513 m. There are I figure and 9 Soviet references. ASSOCIATION: Institut geologioheakikh nauk Akademii nauk BSSR (Institute of Geological Sciences of the Academy of Sciences, Belorussian SSR) PRESENTED: February 23, 1959# by ff. S. Shatakiy, Academician SUBMITTED: January 20, 958 Card 3/3 GOLUBTSOV, V.r. (Halubtsouo V.r.3; KIDO, G.I. Creda, R.I.] Stratigraphy of the Tournai stage of the lover Carboniferous in the Pripet fault region. Vestsi AN BSSR. Ser. fiz.-tekh. nav. n0-3:92-105 159. (MMA 13:3) (Pripet Valley-Geology, Stratigraphy) GOWBTSOV, V.K. Effalubtson, V *KJ Problem of corralating'seotione of the Moxyr key well. Vastsi AN BSSR.Ser.fizO'-tekhvnav. nool!131-136 l6o. (MIRA 13:7) (laliukovicht Dietrict-Geology, Stratigraphic) KEDO, G. 1. ; V~A- Ozerki and Khovanina beds in the Pripte fault. Trudy Inst, gaol, nav. An BSSR no. 2t78-89 160. (KIRA 13112) (Pripet Valley--Geology, Stratigraphio) Tz-iauuic set"~' -ertzi of t;10 Pl-iT-,et fMlJjf iic,,.;?9,. ~,4-97 14:7) Sediments of the Moscow stage in the Pripet Graben. DokI.AN Bsb,R 4 no. l1-.474-477 N 160. 041RA 13 -.12) 1. Inatitut goologicheakikb nauk AN BSSR. Predatavleno akadem1krom AN BSSR K.I. Lakashevym. (Pripet Valley--Geology, Stratigranhic) GOI~UU-Sgjjapil Kuzlmich nauchnYY Gotr,; MAMACH; Alekeandr Semenovich,, nauchMy s-,SZ-r-.-jTaVIOVA, Ye., red. izd-va; VOLOMMOVICHP lot tekbn. red. (Paleozoic and early Mesozoic facieo in White Russia] Fatoii ter- ritorii Beloruasii v poleozoe i rannem mazozoe. Minskp Izd-vo Akad. nauk BSSR, 1961. 281 p. (MIRA 14:10) I, Institut geologicheskikh nauk AN Belorusakoy MR (for Golubtsovp Eakhnach). (White Russia-Geology, Stratigraphio) ,GOLUBTSOVo Vjj--MWMHITSKAYAv Z.M. Recent data on sediments of the Chernigov series of the lower Permian in the southeastern part of the Pripet fault. Dokl. AN K- SR 5 no, 2181-85 F 161, (MRA 14;2) 1. Institut goologicheakikh nauk AN BSSR. Predstavleno akademikom AN BSSR M, Borgamolovyme (Pripet Valley-Geologyt Stratigraphic) MAKMICIIP A.B.; KWORKAp V.P.; OLjLBT,5D.V,V.N-, _q Ruptures in the Strelichavo upheaval of the Pripet downwarping, their extent and age. Dok1. AN BSSR 5 no,8052-356 Ag 161. I (MIRA 14: 8) L' Institut geologicheskIkh nauk AN DSSR. (Strelidhevo region-Geologyp Structural) GOLUBTSOV., V.K. Find of Permian deposits in the southwestern part of White Russia (Brest Depression). Dokl. AN SSSR 139 no.1:166-169 -Ti 161. (MIRA 14:7) 1. Institut geologichoskikh nauk AN BSSR. Predstavleno akademikom N.M. Strakhovym. (Brest Province-Geology, Stratigraphic) GOLUBTSOVD.V.K. (Ralubtsou, V.K.3 Sediments of the Carboniferous system of the Rechitea region. Vestsi AN BSSR. Ser. fiz.-tekh. nav. no.305-80 162. (KIRA 18t 3) -- GOLUBTSOV, V'K. History of the geological development of White Rassia in the .Paleozoic and early Mesozoic. Biul.MIP Otd.geol. 37 no-1:149-150 j-a-F r62. (MM 15:2) (White Russia--Geology) GOLUBTSOV,9 V-.K. Discovery of deposits of the Miachkovo horizon of the Moscow stage in the Pripet trougho Dokl.AN SWR 145 no,2:377-380 i1 162. (MM 15:7) I* Inatitut geologichookikh nauk AN BSSR. Predatavleno akademikom D.V. Nalivkinym, (Pripet Va.Uey--Geology, Stratigraphic) . -i7 -,v GOIZMOV. V.K. Kulikia; a now species of calcareous algae from the Vise stage. Falsont.i stratigr-BWR no.3:348a-351 161. (ML .15.-2) 00jet Valley-Algae, Fossil) A, G9WBTSOT..-T,-XAH&lubtsou., T. K.) A3Aakoandr Vasillovich Fursenka; on his 60th birthda7 and his 35 years in teaching and research. Testai AN BSSR. Ser. fiz.- tekh. nav. no.IsI30-133 163,, (MIU 1634) (Fureankap A3iaksandr Vasillevich, 1903-) 777777 GOLUBTSOV, V6K,,jRalobtsou, V.K.]j KED09 G.I. (Keda, H.I.] :Geological cross section of the Polotsk region. Vestsi AN BSSR. Sers fiza-takho nav, no.3t87-93 163. (MIM l6slO) GOLUBTSOV V.K. .-A.m. - "' j - -.. Stratigraphy of Famennian sediments J.n the Pripet f4ult. Poki. AN BSSR 9 no.3:175-.179 Mr t65. I (Mlll:~ l8iO 1. Institut geologicheskikh nauk ge-logicheskago komiteta SSSR.. GOLUBTSOV, V.L. (g.Sverdlovsk); EDNEVI Y.L. (g.Sverdlovsk) - Slit-type ignition of single-anode mercwT-are rectifiers. Blek.i topl.tiaga 3 n0-5:39-41 Mr '59. (14IRA 12:9) (Mercur7-arc rectifiers) -GOLUBTSOV,-V. S. Dissertation defended for the degree of Candidate of Historical Science in the Institute of History "Urals Metallurgy During the First Years of Soviet Authority (1917-1923)." Vestnik Akad. Nauk, No. 4, 1963o pp 119-IL5 LAVRENTIYKV, P.F.; qOLUBTSOV V.V.; PAKAM.. E.V. .j Distribution of annual precipitation in the water-heds of the lakes in the Balkhauh-Alakull Depression. Trudy KazNIGIT no,17: 3-18 162 (MIRA 18:2) L o8918-6 ACC NR, owr ( i i SOURCE CODE; UR/0269/66/000/004/0069/0070 AUTHOR: Golubtsov, V, V, TITLEt On the reality of supercentury cycles of solar activity SOURCE: Ref. zh. Astronomiya, Abs. 4.51.520 REP SOURCE: Solnechnyye dannyye, no.6, 1965, 70-75 TOPIC TAGS: sun, solar activity, sunspot, &=p~;VrCycle,.a ABSTRACT: An attempt was made to show the reality of supercentury oscillations of solar activity on the ba5is of an analysis of data on the persistency of the rise in 11-year cycles. Data of Shove (from the end of the VI century to the present era) were utilized and analyzed by means of an integral curve. We succeeded to elicit a cycle of approximately 650 years period, which appears to be composed of two half-cy- cles of approximately 325 years duration. Besides, on the curve are discernible 2 cycles of 900 - 1000 years duration. The multicentury norm of Wolf is-43. The next solar cycle, representing hase of lowered values of the current 325-years half- cycle, should be very lowoa5analation of abstract].. SUB CODE; 03 GOLUBTSOV, V.V. ,,-. - -.- 1 " 4 ; Methods for the calculation of the runoff rates of small drainage basins in an and zone. Trudy KazNIGMI no.18:29-34 'AI. -z-, Reaches and fluvial accumulation. lbid.:42-48 (MIRA 17:4) LAVRENTIYEV, P.F.; GOLUMISOV, V.V.; YURINA, Ya.G. -,141-- Mean runoff and its variations in the lake basins of the Balkhash-Alakull trough. Trudy KazNIGW no.180-28 163. .I (MIRA 17 14) GOLUBTSOV, V.V. Effect of secular changes in solar activity on the amount nf water in rivers. Trudy KazNIGMI no.2103-61 164. Expected nom of annual streamflow. Ibid.:62-72 (MIRA 17:11) 3-58-2-2/33 AUTHORSs Golubtsova, A*A## Doctor of Technical Sciencesand Meshkov.. V.V.p Profes or, Doctor of Technical Sciencea TITLE: The Textbook and the Student's Independent Work (Uchebnik i samostoyatellnaya rabota studenta) PERIODICAL: Vestnik Vysshey Shkoly, 1958, # 2, PP 8-13 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The supplying of the higher schools with approved text- books and training aids is far from perfect, either in quanti- ty or quality. The issue of 350 textbooks and training aids per year does not satisfy demands, and a great number of ap- proved textbooks and training aids, especially those on new scientific fields (automation, telemechanics, electronics, nuclear power, etc), have yet to be printed. The problems of coordinating the student independent work to give them full access to instructional literature is being studied. Textbooks and training aids are divided into four groups: a) general theoretical subjects, taught in the first and second course (mathematical physics, chemistry, descriptive geometry, theoretical mechanics, etc); b) general subjects, defining the scientific principles of the speciality (prin- Card 1/4 ciples of electric engineering, thermal engineering, radio- The Textbook and the Student's Independent Work 3-50-2-2/33 technics, hydraulics, etc); c) general engineering subjects for non-specialists (e.g. electrical measurements, electric- al machines, electrotechnical materials, elements of auto- matics and telemechanics, etc), i.e. for all student-elec- tricians who do not specialize in these subjects; d) special basic subjects, which outline the trend and content of the student's speciality (area of concentration). The textbook on general subjeotat unlike the textbooks for the general theoretical courses, need not necessarily comply with the program. Textbooks on general engineering subjects should have a technical content, being encyclopedic- al in exposition. The-content is defined by the engineering methods of computation,.processes of operation, general prin- ciples and peculiarities of the constructional solutions of devices, apparatuses and machines. The content of the training aids on special basic subjects should be more eso- ieric-Ahan the content of a lecturing course. In the train- ing aids on special basic subjects not only the established, commonly accepted technical solutions and methods should be presented, but also the unsolved questions and problems of the national economy must be taken up, and ways and means of solu- Card 2/4 tion indicated. The exposition of material on special basic The Textbook and the Student's Independent Work 3-58-2-2/33 subjects in the training aids should be connected with new technique, advanced practice, production and exploitation in the respective branch of national economy, and foreign ex- perience. For the first 3 groups of subjects, the textbook must contain a systematic exposition of knowledge obligatory for every student, and the usual material. The situation is different with the educational literature for the special basic subjects. Instead of textbooke there should exist training aids containing not only the curriculum material but also material in excess of the program, reflecting the latest achievements in science and technique and the pro- spects of their development. The textbooks compiled for vuzls should be founded on the methodical experience of the staff of the leading chairs. It is, therefore, expedient to entrust the compilation of text- books to these staffs. Collectives are best for compiling textbooks on general theoretical and general subjects while it is more expedient to let only one author work on training aide for the special basic subjects. To ensure a high quality of textbooks on all subjects, the competition method of compiling new textbooks should be Card 314 practised more extensively, principally on general theoretical a The Textbook and the Student's Independent Work 3-58-2-2/33 subjects. ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy energeticheskiy institut (The Moscow Power Engi- neering Institute) AVAILABLEt Library of Congress Card 4/4 0 all -,5-o-ttv ~P v` ms, o z ~ 6 43 *4 i Oft 6 00 V 0* a I f see 9 1 JA (Bau. MOL 1w& ~Z6,biftl of the =40 MW wts in I d0 d 0 bms" . I! of- ",is pwbably dui 0 it MCC. too so Wi i-i All", Alool U 10 it -;ao, us 00004000*0900000*000 00004**00*00 00000's 'a ike -0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 00.100-000***000 Soo Goo 0 _WWWWWWW Or.1 I a 1 4 1 , , 0 1 0 0 A 11- t- Lr L, J 4. 0 L 00 ----- --- ! 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Iw,r or after the "MvvWvv attack caused by bell-ringing .1 mutus) Ikm an enhancvd k"a mbic cwv di'lions, 1,411 no difflifewo from "thr oter"bir 1XIAle, The milts. o(tActicacitt fortned in the Imlill livuse ih aftAt"ItIle 170114111101111 ftWl SIWIO%e "S the SAW in T&FlI Anti I"Iff0i KnInksht., 64 WAS M141'Atittil Of t"ill 1640V W IIt- Out 4,141rd shicuse. With inklelf glucww the 0 c"Milull.- tk)st alitunt doubles In all camr%. 7U twain tismur of V1,11clitie allif"Is after the Attack 140 o"Iternivir"I rim" - of 140k. SIM anti N'11v (I. M. Kn"Apolff OOII~g_ ; MOISBYENKO, Ye.Y.; SAFRONOTA, M-1. AJL Modification of cerebellar metabolism following X-irradiation. Btul. ekep.biol. i med. 42 no-9:36-39 S 156. (HLRA 91ll) 1. Iz kafe(iry biokhimii zhivotnykh Hook6yokogo gosuclaretvannogo universiteta Iment H.V.Lomonosova (raktor-akademik I.G.Petrovskiy) Predstavlena. deyetvitellnym chlenom AMN SSSR S.Ye.Severinym (GIMMI&WX, effect of radiations. x-rays@ metabe changes (Rus)) (ILCBHTGXN.BAYS, effects, on ceft'ballar metab. (Rus)) I'M ~~7 A GO[-VbTSOVfAj Pholoonsirloi eldermaludoo o( folludom In Ubbitt. i R. A, Gaiubtsm. Zooodikaya Lab. 16, fal(199))- TM mettoWls tthniv d In 60% citric acid and hol, cwcd. IIISO,. The sample then Is tyspd. and taken up with coucti. MCI, then dild. and a clear supernatant aliquot. with- * little gelatin added Is treated with SoCl, in 3 N HCI: the bTmm cow cau;;l by Te is photamtrically mewured. G. M. Kwimpoff KHANIN, A.A.; GOLUBTSOVA, G.S. Petropbyoical properties of Eocene and Paleocene gas enclosing rocks in the Alakeandrovskoye gas field in central Ciscaucasia. Trudy VNIIGAZ no-10:32-43 16o. (MIRA 13:10) (Caucasus, Northern--Gas, Natural--Geolog7) KRUILIKVIST, V.G.; BURLIN. Tu.K. -, GOLUBTSOVA, G.S. Some data on the stratigraphy, lithology, and physical properties of lower Cretaceous sediments in northern regions of Krasnodar Territory. Trudy VNIIGAZ no.10:62-71 160. (MIRA 13:10) (Krasnodar Territory--Sediments (Geology)) (:." 0 G:o re c;f tr.,) If t"t '.'--T ! ~_ - . G,~: !~ fms flsld. TrAy V"Nl*G;"".' Do.."O/ .-P 8 ." ~ 6~- I .'. . fWRIll 17.9) 89422 s/136/61/000/002/003/oo6 EK)73/E335 AUTHORSt Layner, D.I. and_Golubtsova, L.M. TITLE: Means of Improving the Thermo--671-eLrt'ric Properties of the Semiconductor Alloy Zinc-antimony PERIODICALt Tsvetnyye metally, 1961,Kro. 2, pp. 69 - 74 TEXT: In the first approximation the efficiency of a material for producing thero-electricity can be estimated on the basis of the product a &- where a is the thermo-electric coefficient, jxV/ 0C; Or is the specific electrical -1 -1 conductivity ohm cm Classical materialefor producing thermo-electricity aret intermetallic ZnSb compounds and electron lead sulphide. ZnSb compounds form by a peritectic reaction at 545 0C; thereby the concentration of the components is 33 wt.% Zn and 65 wt.% Sb. Microscopic analysis indicates that for a Zn content below 35 wt-% the-alloy contains Sb abd SbZn which may be present as a eutectic and as larger crystals. Alloys containing Zn in quantities of 35-45 wt-Ye always contain a mixture of crystals of the two intermetallic Card 1/8 89422 S/136/61/000/002/oo3/oo6 Means of Improving EC73/E335 compounds SbZn(a) and Sb3 Zn4(P). The compound SbZn is a hole-type semiconductor (this compound was investigated by Ye.D. Devyatkova, Yu.I. Maslakovets and I.V. Mochan of the AS USSR). In determining the electrical conductivity various investigators used specimens of different sizes. On small specimens I.V. Mochan (Ref. 1) determined the values or= 4 x 10-3 and on larger speaimens Ye.D. Devyatkova and Yu.1. Maslakovets (Ref. 2) obtained the value equalling 80 ohm-1cm -1 , The width of thr, barrier zone equals 0.7 - 0.8 eV (Ref. 1); the thermo-e.m.f. of the compound equals 180 - 220 IiV/deg and even the smallest shift in the ratio of the components reduces it considerably. The authors carried out experiments with a view to improving the thermo- electric properties of ZnSb compounds by introducing admixtures of various elements, A total of 150 ZnSb compounds were tested which contained admixtures of various elements, both separate and combinedt Cu; Ag; Bi; Si; Ge; Sn; Pb; In; Te; Al; Cd and Fe. The melting was in a high-frequency Card 2/8 89422 S/136/61/000/002/003/Oo6 Means of Improving .... r,'073/E335 induction furnace inside graphite crucibles. The basic components were introduced into the charge designed t,o produce 500 g of the alloy with an excess of zinc of 0.4% compared with the stoiShiometric composition. Melting was carried out at 750-800 C with careful mixing during the process. Teemin´┐Ż was into metallic moulds at a temperature of the order of 700 CO The sequence of feeding the charge was as fbllows: a) Zn, admixtures, Sb for alloys with additions of low- melting point metals; b) charging Zn and Sb simultaneously and introducing the admixtures into the molten metal; this was doneL in the case of high melting-point admixtures. Fr2m the alloys8 x 10 x 15 mm specimens were pressed (4 tons/cm at 400 0C. The electric conductivity er was measured by compensation method, using probes for tapping-off the voltage. The thermo-e.m.f. a was also measured by a compensation method relative to lead with a temperature difference of 18-20 OC. It was found that *..& great increase in the electric conductivity can be achieved by using additions of Cu, Ag and Ge. The obtained results for Cu are graphed in Fig. 1 Card 3/8 89422 S/136/61/000/002/003/oo6 Means of Improving .... E073/E335 (a, ILV/deg and &,, ohm- lcm- 1 as functions of the Cu content, %) for additions of Cu; in Fig. 2 - for additions of Ge (same notation); in Fig. 3 - for additions of Sn; in Fig. for additions of Bi and in Fig. 5 - for additions of In. In contrast to results of.Devyatkova and Maslakovets (Ref. 2), according to which the "holelt concentration reaches a maximum, for a content of 0.5% Sn the authors of this paper found a continuous increase in the electric conductivity with increasing Bi and Sn contents up to concentrations of 2%. Microstructural and X-ray-structural analyses did not reveal the presence of any new phase differing from SbZn and Sb3Zn4. All the investigated alloys showeda qualitatively similar picture in the angular range 10-400. However, certain changes in the intensity of the lines corresponding to SbZn were observed. obviously, the change in properties is due to complicated structural processes in the crystal lattice, which require application of finer methods of analysis. Nomograms of the change in the properties of materials alloyed with eleism Is of vaious groups of the periodic system indicate that the best results Card 4/8 89422 s/136/61/000/002/003/09,6 ~!eans of Improving ..... L073/E335 can be achieved if Ag, CU or Ge are used. A considerable increase in the thermo-e.m.f. As achieved by additions of.Sn and Si and a less intensive increase is achieved by.the addition of Pb and Bi. An increase in the thermo-e.w.f. in the case of an alloy with Cd only or with Si only is accompanied by a sharp drop in the electric conductivity and is n6v.of perties practical interest. Fo:r practica1purposes, the beat pro are achieved with additions of Sn, Pb, Bi in which the 'high.. the-1,1110-c.m.f. are combined with a sufficiently high ;electric conductivity. 'Still better results can be obtained by all6ying with several elements since,separately,none of these is able* to ensure satisfactory properties. Good results were achieved with an alloy containing (% of'the weight of the SbZn compound) )5 Zn, 65 Sb, 2 Bi and 1-5 Sn. By means of this alloy the following results were achievedt a = 230-300 liV/deg for &I not less than 200 ohm-1 cm-1 and a2o,= 16-20. This alloy can be used successfully in the anode blocks of thermal batteries; 0.5% Ag is introduced into the heating blocks for -Card 5/8 894212 S/136/61/000/002/003/006 B073/E333 Means of Improving .... increasing the electric conducliviti and in Pis case a = 200 ILV/deg, o, 700 ohm cm and Cx (Y -30 There are 8 figures and 7 references: 5 Soviet and 2 non-Soviet. Fig.. 1: AV IM Ax - Sx - of Id 4,V x JV . tv ix Ix Ma Ix silo p V Zoe Card 6/8 'cans of Improving .... X Fig. 3: lee, Ix a If SJZ7 Pitc.'3. 3aBilcHmom MeXTPHqeCKllX CDOftCTB cwtana oT coAep*8lfHg OnOBA Card 7/8 s/136/61/ooo/oo2/oo3/oo6 E073/E335. Fig. 4: 6 /X - z Ptic. 4. 3au~Hmocn cBOA,-TB canisa OT Co- AepxcaHHn allemyTa S/136/61/000/002/003/oo6 loans of Improving M E073./E335 Fig. 5: Ito 4A, .1 ll~ 1,7 d old Uz4 W ci Poe. S. 3amicuMOM $JleXTpHqedi(xx esoAcTo, OT commimm intims Card 8/8 GOLUBTSOVA, MJ. [Holubteava, M.V.1 Role of carotenoidd in oxidation-reduction processes in plants. Fratai Od. un. zbir. mol. vchen. un. 148 no.3:181-193 158 (MIRA 13:3) 1. Nauohiwy rakDvoditall - akademik Ukrainskoy akademii sellgko- khozyayetvewykh nauk, prof. S.I. Lobadiev. (Oxidation, Phyeiologioal) (Carotenoids) VORSHCHEVSM , E.I.j KISELEV, K-V-j, otv. red.; GOLUBTSOVA, P., red.; STEPANOVAp N., tekbn, red* [International encouragement of scientific research in the field of control-of cancerous diseases (proposal of the White Russia S.S.R. et the 14th session of the UN General Assembly); collected materials and documents] Mezhdunarodnoe pooshchrenie nauchny1cb iseledovanii v oblasti. bor'by s r'akovymi zabolevaniiami (predlozhenie Belorusskoi SSR na XIV sessii, Generallnoi Assamblei OON); abornik materialov i dokumentov. Minskp Gos.izd-vo BSSR. Iled. sotsialino-okon.lit- 1964'. 161 p. NIRA 15157 1. United Nations. General Assembly. Social, humanitarian and cultural committee. 2. Ministr -4nostrannykh del Belorusskoy SSR (for Kiselov). (CANCER RESEARCH) G 0 ~- u 8 -1,S -0 V /'Ijpt TMUISHKIN, A.?.; UTKIN, N.M.; SHINKIVICK, 11.1., kand.tekhn.nauk, dote.1 GOIUBTSOVA. P.. red.; TRUKHANOVA. 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(Sawmills) (Woodwork) (MIRA 11:10) ZHURAVaIT, Ignatiy Petrovich; GOLUBTSOVA, P., red.; KALECHITS, G., ~ " .. - [Painting] Maliarnoe delo. Minsk, Goe.izd-vo BSSR. Red. nauchno-tekhn.lit-ry, 1959. 134 p. (MIRA 13:2) (Painting, Industrial) .1.7 ATATEV, S.S., kand.tekh~.nauk; ZALOGO, V.F., inzh.; KOROBOCHKIN, K.A., inzh.; PEVZIM. N.D., kand.tekhn.nauk; ROGOVIN, Ta.A., inzh.; RAKUTI. B.A., inzh.; RUBIN, V.I., inzh.; TIRIMITAUB. I.D,m inzh.; FROLOV, H.r., knnd.tekhn.nauk; TANKOVSKIY, I.P., Jnzh.; MOROGOVSKIT. V.M., inzh., retsenzent; MIMI', I.M., inuh., red.; KAZACIESK, G.A., red.; GOLUBTSOVA, P., rod.; STEPAHOVA, N., [Builder's handbook] Sprevochnik mastera-stroitelia. Izd.4., parer. i dop. Minsk, Goo.izd-,jo BSSR. Red.nouchno-tekhn. lit-ry, 1959. 659 P. (HIRA 13:1) 1. White '-.aeia. Kinisterstvo gorodskogo i sollskogo stroitell- stva. (Building) AFANAS' M, N.N., doteent, red.; GOLUBTSOVAO P., red.; STHPAROVA, N.,, , (Manual for rural builders] Spravochnik sel'skogo stroitelia. Pod obehohei redo N.I.Afanaeleva. Minsk, Gos.isd-vo BSSR, 1960. 634 p. (min 13:6) 1. White Rassia. Glavnoye upravlaniye po organizataii stroitel'stya v kolkhozakh. (Building) FM, B.M., kand.istor.nauk; ARMIATEVA, L.V.;,BAMGYAN, M.Y., kand. istor.neuk; GOUM, I.P.; GRIGORIYEVA, Z.G., kand.iotor.nauk; KARASH, U.N., kand.istor.nauk; KARKOVSKIY, D.S., kand. istor.nauk; PZSTM, F.S.; GCLUNSOVA, P., red.; MAVTANIN, I., [Grodno; historical study] Grodno; istorichaskii ocherk. Minsk, Gos.izd-vo BSSR, Red.sotsiallno-ekon.lit-ry, 1960. 150'p- (KIRA 14:3) (Grodno--History) (Grodno--Bconomic conditions) BAZYLEV, Timofey Andrayevich (Bazyleu, TS.]; ROGOVSKIY,, Ivan Trifonovich fftahouo~i, I.]; qqLUDTSOVAj__~.(11olubtsova, P.], red.;.STSYAPAVOVA, 14.,, teklm. red. [The cowunal economy of collective farms is the main source of the material prosperity of collective farmers] Hramad- skaia haspadarka kalbasau - asnova rostu dabrabytu kalbasnaha sialianstva. Minsks Dziarzh. vyd-va BSSR. Red. satsyiallna ekanamichnai lit- 1961. 60 p. (MIRA 15:2) Toollective farms) KOROWV Vitaliy Dmitriyevich (Marozau, V.D.1; GOIZJBTSOVA P tGalubteova, P.], red.; NOVIKOVA, V., ~e--khn. re-d~~!~ (Communism is the grgat goal of the party and the Soviet people] Y&jmniza - vialikaia~meta partyi i naroda. Minsk, Dziarzh. vyd- va BSSR. Red. satsyiallna-okanamichnni lit-ry, 1962. 77 p. (I-JIRA 15:12) (Commilnism) (Russia-Economic policy) BERDNIKOVA, K., otv. za vypuak; GOLUBTSOVA P ed.; BELENIKAYA, Lp tekhn. red. [The national economy of White Russiaj statistical abstract] Narodnoe khoziaistvo BSSR; statisticheskii sbDrriik. Minsk., Goo.izd-vo BSSR. Red.sotsiallno-ekon. lit-ry, 1963. 510 p. (MIRA 16:3) 1. 'Adta Russia. Statisticheskoye upravleniye. (White Russia-Statistics) 00 iYet Wail 0 tic, 0o nd olLvuratc tnett"I to Alri. At, Cu. ant Fe " 0 & I lop _1.0, pb 1, Fe 1j)-4,J) JU (~_21, .Co,,.2 in ll.\(hO in Zia ittio". Ave 0 0-5-S. sampte Di 0* A w (tlat ZO)- -r boU to remam" N widim. and rkt collYte to re"ou" ,b aM 2 nd. of IGSA)s c" 064 Jm1bcPM--- ~jUPbaudc"llilIu" ce b A) 00 4cu (d IY in the O ti; dectnAysk Uotill libir schs. dcc~, . "P the San. 0 . .1 Vb SM HOWl, before the rk-01YU4. diwocillff ttw 'Irv f,-.VIUC in. "It Aptwff 4 oo j -ji~ . wh yap I"- w tlw -.111 - h11" until I llw CU. / 000 (-U-." all- 11,, 1-, 1... - its the filtrair toy A-t d- A, l 00.3 t". ti r"Ult~ rot Osw ;i: i1i he bydiatillo C -1 the he lmential 4.r, 5,111 v- "llidined. "WIN 00% 12 amp.. current Strength LW tbn *)-. At hightf 1114" j~ 110t to it ) pl 1 O , W 1 AM, the temp. ! calib'd" 6 AnT 0114 III be d0d. either clul"'S 5. pp-. of Zn T the zn awl can Ittill- I ,,ording to lcn%c. The F9 in do it with Stich IL F ' mdOilhYtedo 6 or by dell, c to I h e t 'A) ". 'it jiwdt or with a Al having. the %alliple in I ith Mn- w l I - e A) a loop. 5:1111p Cu. "a titluie F r titter the I I s ir It - a "TA161.11"KAL LITIOMAN WSWOCATMIS 1111114410 "it GMT cat 411111nal U Ill AV 10 LS ';-W" I 1 4 1 # I T-117- 0 0 0 0 0 49 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ; 41 0 00010 es 0 00000 00 0 6 0 0 9-9*7 mills, 3" a.- 11, rw 0 x 9 ill 0 5 a a 3 4 w 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 e 0 * 000,6000 -00 -00 .0, woo =00 coo 91100 too 000 6:00 COO gofll go* 0 0 Woo tool fi A -A 4-r, -A -A-j- a A 9 J.~ A0 S Nb4l. New MdlimA let DeWivelstition f o Tvagstre to SU%4 Vale WN - h 4k elik I 1 l Ib i ow. I 1UP& 4a.) ft n equ 9-;Qj ~ t A l A if A k a j~ Shurwi ponl ic es o -1 "Yff"Urnal of Aftalyucalchomistryl, March-Aprif 10A IM23. Y. 36 r4poun4 to recommvnded for O quantatIvo py"Ipitation of small or WXO amounts of tungdon. Of all l t l l omonto prisent In s o4 , on the o y W ancl MO rtact with this com. und. lUaction with Mo may I j mInatod by pro"r adjualtntnt of beg a. Idity. Sx1'j#j 41) QNV z1v( il-I-at a" Is) U U AV 10 is' Is 1 4 ?W 0 14 a I W 1W 0 do 4 3 1 'r 4 to p tv a St K do 0*0 400010 *T 0000 000 *00000*0 00*400 411 *00 000000*00 004 1 - O-4-0-0 0 0 i e 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 0 0 0 0 0 *- 0 _0 - 4~-49 .40 46-0 *-0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0000004 see goo, ago 0 was GOLUBTSOVA0 R. B.p ENG111rMR Cand Tee-, Sci Dissertationt "Methods for Determ~_nation of 1,7olfra. ,L 1- a b ybdenium and Columbian3 in Steel with the Aid of the Newest Organic Feaents.11 2 Uarch 49 All-Union Inst of Aviation I&terials. SO Vecheryaya Mc)3kva Sum .71 GOLUBTSOVA, R. B. USSR/Chemistry . Coludbium Conounds --Jah#eb 51- "Deter,;ination of C , oluabiuin in Higb Alloy Steele Not Containing 'Wolfram," R. B. Golubtsova, All- Union SciRes Inst of Avn Materials "Zhur Analit Khim" Vol VI, No 1, PP 34-38 Proposed method for detn of 0.4%-several $ cb in 4igh alloy steels contg Ti, V, and Mo, but not contg W. Method is simple and requires no scarce reagents. Vt mom 'q 104twituluflim of hmWd*a and aloblum in blo allayed Allailt (Wubl-ara, ZAW. Amal. KA,"I. 6, :0.1, in &I ... 1. a( 6 S IICI, all- disc with 5 ad. If N10j, evap. to a pAtte, dry, add 40 ful. 44 N IICI. beat fur I hr. covered, odd IW tril. bat 11,01. and heat for another I hr. Filter. wah the ppt. wtith lj~% 11cl followed by 2% -NI14-Nth. ignite, and rewAve Si with )IF und It'SO.- puse the ramue with 5 g. of KNACO" k'Cb with HIO. add a -olu of I I. MCSO.. 21 g. 1101,C1. and 2 m) of MIMI in 25 rul. of IfjO. cover, and krep on the hathforlbr. Filter; the ppt, Contain-1 Sba"'I the W. Wa,.b with a satd. sdn. of %H.Cl. trAn4,t the ppt. 'nd washints to the original container. add ~pi jul. of tj % 111I.Cl. and .1.1i. to melbyl orAnge with JICL litt %'b by ppin. with tannin or afic, acid. Nh ean ako 1, drid. by kydrciW~ in 2% IICI, in alla" conti. T1 IN- CIO. ppl. should he tested coliaritactrivally for Ti- lj..o Ike filtrate mtg. W with JICI to dmmap. th~ nalmm;or. lild, W with P-naplathoquinciline, &toluquinuldiar. or pv- t. M14om, !pile ml weigh the W(h. In alloys C."11N. Nto 1 .3%. W is detd. colxime(cieWly. -,.- . - ,-;. - ~ ~ I., -~ '71 -,-Wr I , ,- ~7, ~ , ~. ., L'.. SOYA'. , 'R -it - Colour reactions for detecting cobalt and bismuth. Zhur, anal, khim. 11 no.6:694-697 N-D 156. MU 10:6) 1. Institut metallurgii im, A,A, Baykova Akademil nauk SSSR, (Colorimatry) (Cobalt) Bjenut1h) I-, I Vo lurmle of a q; ELI e 7, a I Ii .vvoLc-', 1~66' 212 jL11. mr-tn2 bi~,A on the u-,- ot "ar-sevaw" are d,~i,rlhell 'I term-n~ k1 In dwwrtluin alclic! '11".- ~),t_iljned aiter an mitml tla, 4 ic,) I g' woli IfC! an,! HNO, !,,I --l by wail us ;.. " ~ ':I , In 11-1-V _-d Lt., t!" zn iy- -ai-i-m-I i,,id madly up v, 6j, ;i~' At-l "LI4.,-'t Ir th" qN, -d uA 'inui ." I -p!tteiv Iv-! III -lT,r _,111T z' and U.1 !1.1"d wk tile rz~~I'~'- , , :~ - - i 'i- ~.~" - . : . ~ I I .. 7 ._ . ~ '1 .1. : t ~7, i,. -,- 71, I ~ I - - - f - - , I , , . . ;-, I I - I I I ; . " m*--4;, -. -, -z I 78-3-3-30/47 Golubteova H ohkoviohp L. A. AUTHORSj TITLEs The Investigation of Metallic Compounds in Polycomponent Alloys on the Basis of Nickel (Issledovaniye metallicheakAkh soyedineniy v mnogokomponentnom splave na nikelevoy osnove) PERIODICALs Zhurnal Neorganioheskoy Xhimii, 1958,V01.3, Nr 39 PP!!f7-721 (USSR) ABSTRACTs ThaL metallic compQunds in polycomponeht alloys on the basis of,.nickel'were'invostigated. The number of components in these alloys-is nine.,.The investigations of the miciontruct- ure tf theie_alloyb are characterized by three phase@# 1~ :or has* of the solid nickel solutions P 2 alloid phase 3 a oaibido'phase The phases were isolated by the use of now electrolytes by an electrochemical trocess. The following electrolytes were useds 10 % H2SO 4 and 50 al HNO 3 + 20 HCIO 40 In spite of the use of electrolytes with complex-formers such &a sucoinic acid Card 1/2 or citric acid no quantitative isolation by electrochemical 78-3 3-30/47 The Investigation of Metallic Compounds in Polyoomponent Alloys on the Basis of Nickel processen,takes place. Beside the carbides of titanium and niobium. in the form of solid solutions elements such as tungsteng,molybdonung nickel, ohrom'dum and aluminum occur. The carbide phase has face-centered cubic lattices. The in- vestigations showed that a quantitative separation of the carbide phase from metalloid inclusions by the flotation method is possible. There are 6 tables and 7 references, 6 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATIONt Institut metallurgii im. A. A. Baykova Akademii nauk SSSR (Metallurgical Institute imeni A. A. Baykov,AS USSR) SUBMITTEDs Jime 25P 1957 Card 2/2 AUTHOR: Golubtsova, R. D. 78-3 5-34147 TITLEz (Obsuzhdeniye dokladov) PERIODICALs Zhurnal Neorganicheskoy Khimii, 1958, Vol, 3, Nr 3. -n-n 79R-77P (TT3,9R) ABSTRACT: R B. Golubtsova takes an attitude against the lecture by Yu.A,. Bagaryatskiy:and says that this explanations must be based on a misunderstanding.. She says that the nickel-titanium system had been investigated in the first work. No other compound can form where the compound Ki Ti is formed. In investigating the nickel- -aluminum system the researchers did not work with "Nimonik" but with alloys containing up to 10~. aluminum. There is no carbon and only little titanium (1,66%) contained in these alloys. The formation of the t-phase takes place here which has N4 Al as basis. The results well reproduced. It was not ~ossib:p to refer to titanium as there was not enough of it present; it. apparently dissolves only partly in these compounds. Card 1/1 (7-c,L U P) AUTHOR: 20-o-25/58 TITLE' . Investigation of a uetall-ic Compound Forming in Iron.-Titanium _k1loys (Issledovaniye metallichaskogn soyedineniya, obrazuYashchegosya v splavakh zhelezo-titan). FMIODICAL; Doklady PON SSSR, 1958, Vol, 118, pp. 83-91 (USSR)* ABSTRACT: The compounds Fe Ti and Fe.Ti together with phase diagrams are known from publicatio;3 (reference 1-7)."Isolation, composiQtion and struc- bure of Fe2Ti are studied in the present paper. According to the phan se diagram given (figure 1) alloy 11 corresponds to the solid solum tion of titanium in iron (Fe - 98,90,10; Ti. Z 1,020/o), whereas the content of Fe2Ti in alloy 2) amounts to ab ut 570/0s For the pur- pose of selecting the optLTum compcsition. of the electrolyte the eleca trode potential of the alloy of the solid noLution with 98,9901o Fe and 4020/o Ti as well. as of the alloy which contains the phase Fe2Ti was measured. A saturated calom-31-alectrode was used for this (refen rences:8 3' 9). The results are given in table 1, Tile yield of preclpl- tated,powder Is very much dependent on the current density selected. The beat results were attained in the case of 0,1. a/cm4 when an ano- Card 113 die dissolution of the alloy Fe - T1 in 20/o jjCj (volivne.P/o) at Investigation of a -'etallic Compound Forming in Iron.-Titanium. Alloya. 20-1-25/58 different current densities was performed, The pUrity' of the separaw ted phase is not influenced by the current density. Preliminary tests performed with imitating mixt-,wes of Fe - Ti s1howed that the here- described method of the determination od -Iron in the presence of substantial quantities of titanium is reliable and accurate. The re- sults of analysi3 showed a good repeatability of the tests. The rem sults of a microchemical, analysis of the anode-powders which were precipitated in various electrolytes are recorded in table 3, The well repeatable tests (table 3 ) show that in the iron-titanium alloy investigated the metallic compound Fe 2Ti )f a stoichiometrical com- pos-ition is precipitated, It has a ratio Fe : Ti - 2,33 : 1 (weight -0/o) and 2 : 1 (atom-0/o). The test results pr(rre the purity of the separated phase (absence of the sol-id solution. in the compound Fe2 Ti). As well the X-ray-structural analysis as a material-chemical balance of the products of electrolysis in various electrolytes and at va- rious current densities showed a good agreement of the results in relation to the loss in weight of the anode (table W& There are 4 figures, 4 tabl-P3, and lo reference3, 5 of which are Sla- vice Card 2/3 Investigation of a Metallic Compound Forming in Iron-Titanimm. Alloys* 20-1-25/58 ASSOCIATION* Institute for Metallurgy imeni A. A. Baykov All USSR (Institut metalls urgii imeni A, A* Baykova Akademii nauk SSSR), RIESENTED. july 4,, 1957., by Ij, P. Bardino kember of the Academy. SUBMITTED. july 3L.. 1-957. AVAILABLE, Library of Congress. Card 3/3 5 (2) AUTHORSs Golubtsovaj R. B., Mashkovich, L. A. :30V/62-59-6-3/36 TITLE: Investigation of Metallic Compounds in Multicomponent Nickel AUqs With Variable Content of Titanium Carbide (Issledovaniye metallicheskikh soyeaineniy v mnogokomponentnykh nikelerykh splavakh s peremennym. ooderzhaniyem karbida titana) PERIODICALt Izvestiya Akademii nouk SSSR. Otdeleniye khimicheskikh naukf 1959, Nr 6, pp 971-974 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The investigation of side reactions in multicomponent systems is of special importance for the discovery of new metallic alloys with given physical properties. In this connectioa the excess phases which form in the system mentioned were inyestigdted in the course of the investigation reported here by physico- chemical analysis (as in reference 3 Kornilov, Pryakhina, Ozhimkova). As initial material the sixcomponent alloy Ni- (basic metal)- Cr - Mo - W - fib - Al was used. These alloys contained 0.1, 1.0, 4-0, 7-5 % TiC. Table I gives the data of the.chemical analysis of the melt. in the intarmetallide analysis, whieh-was worked out by the authors in reference 7, the excess phase of TikNb, W, Mo, Cr)C was electrolytically separated at Card 1/2 the anode as powder (Data of the analysis of the powder in Investigation.of Metallia Compoundo-in Multi- SOV/62-59-6-3/36 component Nickel Alloys With Variable Content of Titanium Varbide table 2). Thus it proves that the alloy consisted of dnly t7to phases% a solid y-nickel solution, and the carbide phase of theabove indicated composition. Radiographic investigations showed that the carbide phase has a cubic, face-centered lattice which corresponds to the lattice of the TiC, the parameter of whic.h-only varies in dependence on the NbC and TiC content (Different carbide content of the separated carbide phase in table 3). Tables 1-4 show the microstructure of the alloys with different TiC content. A. Ya. Snetkov carried out the X-ray analysis. There are 4 figures., 3 tAles, and 10 references, 9 of which are Soviet. ASSOCTATION: Institut metallurgii Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of Metallurgy of the Academy of Sciences, USSR) SUBMITTED: October 12, 1957 Card 2/2 5(2)t5(3) AUTHOR: Golubtsova, R. B. SOV/75-14'4 23/30 TITLEa Determination of iolybdenum in Alloys With 8-Meroaptoquinoline PERIODICAM Zhurnal analiticheskoy khimii, 1959, Vol 14, Nr 4o PP 493-496 (USSR) ABSTRACTt The author developed a photometric'method for the determination of molybdenum in complicated alloys by means of 8-moreapto- quinoline. 8-mercaptoquinoline forms with molybdenum a green inner complex salt which can easily be extracted from acid solutions by toluene. Bankovskiy (Ref 3) found the composition of this complex which corresponds to the formula MoO 2(C9H6NS).H2O The detection limit of the developed method is 0.2r of molybdenum in a maximurm dilution of I 1 1,000,000. Lecorbic acid does not influence the coloring of the toluene extract, thus the disturbing influence of iron can be eliminated by ascorbic acid. Oxalic acid cannot be used for masking iron as it changes the coloring of the 6xtract. Tungsten can be masked with succinid acid or concentrated phosphoric acid. Table I lists those Card 1/3 quantities of Co(II), Cr(III), W(VI), Pe(II), VMI Ni(II)f Determination of Molybdenum in Alloys With SOV175-14-4-23130 8-Mercaptoquinoline VI(IV),and Al(III) in the presence of which the determination of Ir of molybdenum at pK I is possible. The author also investigated the influence of the acidity of the solution on the completeness of the extraction of the molybdenum complex. He found that in I - 10 N hydrochloric acid the molybdenum complex is quantitatively extracted by toluene. The extraction from solutions combined with sulphuric acid is quantitative with acidities > 3 N, The green color of the extract is stable with respect to time. The corresponding measurements are given in table 2. The solutions of the molybdenum complex in toluene follow in the range of I to 101,molybdenum per ml Beer's law. The r3sults of the determinations of molybdenum in nickel alloys by using 8-moreaptoquinoline are given in table 31 and those in titanium alloys with 1-5% chromium in table 4. The method permits the determination of molybdenum in the presence of large quantities of titanium without separation. The weighedin sample of the alloy is only 0.01 g. The weighings were made on a Card 2/3 Determination of Molybdenum in Alloys With BOV/75-14-4-23/30 8-Meroaptoquinoline torsion micro-balance VT-20 of the firm "Tekstillpribor". The whole 'Procedure of the analysis from the decomposition of the alloy to the photometric deteraination of molybdenum is described in detail in this paper. The author thanks Yus As Bankovskiy and N. A. Uyedinova who put at his disposal the 8-mercaptoquinoline. There are 3 figures, 4 tables, and 3 Soviet references. ASSOCIATIONt Institut metallurgii im. A. A. Baykova AN SSSR, Moskva (institute of Metallurgy imeni A. A. Daykov,,AS USSR, Moscow) SUBMITTEDs January 13, 1958 Card 3/3