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S/020/62/145/004/017/024 Or.-anosilicon ccmaounds of the ... B110/B144 80 - 1000C. Their composition and properties are indicated (Table). 5-nitIro-furfuryl oxytrimethyl silane was obtained 'Crom ethereal solutions Of 5-nituro-furfuryl alcohol, pyridine, and trimethyl chlorosilane. Silane reaczs with H PtCl, in isopropyl alcohol to give furfuryl oxysilane. 0 hydrolyzez triethyl sil, in the Dioxane containing 0.05 moles of H 2 pre5ancG of H PtCl, to give triethyl silanol. Triethyl silane reactinr.- 2 0 ...Lur, -rie-hyl silanol in the presence of H PtCl, -rield5 zmall amounts of U 2 flexaothyl disiloxane by anhydrocondensation. There is 1 table. ZISSOCILTION: institut organicheskogo sinteza kkademii nauk LatvSSR I kInstitute of Organic Synthesis of the Academy of Sciences LatSSR) SUBITI~I'ITTED: March 12, 1962 ~.Iabla. Furfuryl oxysilanes (R'- RI). Legend: (1) mode of producticn, (2) I-Joiling point, OC, (3) pressure, mn Hg. r, 2 4 GILLER S.A. akademik; MDNE, K.K.; VENTER., K.K.; GERMNEp S.K.; Tuberculontatio effect of certain derivatives of unsaturated aldehydes and ketones of the 5-nitrofuran series. Dokl.AN SSSR 1" no.1:108-132 My 162. (MIRA 15:5) 1. Institut organicheskogo sinteza AN Latv SSR. 2. AN Latv SSR (for Giller). (Tuberculosis-,Prevention) (Furan) GILLER.. S.A,., akademik; BAUMANIS,, E.A.; SOKOLOV, G.P.; GRIMHTLYN, V.Ya. I- f-. Synthesis and antimonoamine oxidase activity of alkyl hydrazidas of 3--pyridazine carboacylic acid. Dokl.AN SSSR 145 no.2.*440-442 Jl 162. (MM 15-7) I* Iwtitut organich"kogo ainteze. AN Letviyakoy SSR. 2. Akademlya usuk LaUlyakoy SSR (for GiUer). tAmine oxidase) Nydrasides) '(Pyridazinecarboxylic acid) LUKEVITS . E.Ya.; ROKADAN, Yu.P.; .q .3.A. akademik; VOROINKOV, M.G. _-- ---,I Organosilicon compounds of the furan series* Organooilicon compounds of furylcarbinols and 5-substituted furfuryl alcohols. Dokl-.AN SSSR 145 no.4:806-808 Ag 162. (MIRA 15;7) 1, Institut o.-ganichaskogo sinteza AN LELtviyskoy SSR. 2. AN Latviyakoy SSR (for GiIler). (Silicon organic compounds) (Furan) (Alcohols) _RQI,I,F,L.A., NEOS, A.I.; KOTETSKIY, V.V.; GILLER, S.A. "Letilan," biologically aotiVe alcohol fibers. Khim.volok (NIRAVII) 1 aningradskiy teks#1.tnYV inA Itut imeni 14*~% K;Jtakiy). 2. Ins- - i e (for Vollf, Moos; r Asw kogo sint zt.4 LatvSSR (for Giller). 9 GILLER,.S.A.-.[11111ors, Sj, akademik Problems of the harmonious development of Michurin's and molecular biology. Izv.AN-Latv.SSR no.12:13-14 163. (MRA 17:3) 1. AN Latviyakoy SSR. q4w--, -~~ -A~,; SALDABOL, N. 0. 1 MEDNE, A. Ya. 2-Amino-4-(5-nitro-2-furyl)thiazole and its derivatives. Zhur. Ob. khim. 33 no.1:317-318 163. (MIRA 16:1) 1. Institut organichookogo sintoza AN Iatviyakoy SSR. (Thiazole) KAZHEYKO, I.B.; GILLER# S.A.; GRKBITSKIY, P.A.; LEVINA, R.Ya. Dipole moments of some derivatives of phanylevelopropane. Zhuir. ob. khim. 33 no.5iJ698-1699 Vq 163. (MIRA 16:6) 1. Inatitut organicheakogo ointeza, AN Latviyokoy SSR i Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet imeni Lomonosova. (Benzene-Di F~119 moments). SALDABOL, N.O.; MEDIE, A.Ya.; GI-LLER, 3. A. I - Synthesis and transformations of furan derivatives, Part 2: Derivatives of' 2-amino-and 2-hydrazino-4-(5'-nitro-2--filryl) thiazoles. Zhur. ob.khim. 34 no. 5:1598-1601 MY '64. (MIRA 17:7) 1. Institut organicheskogo sinteza All lAtviygkoy SSR. KURGAN, B.V.; GILLER, S.A.; GRUZE, A.A. 13 -ilydroxyethylhydrazides of furancarboxylic acids. Zhur. ob. khim. 34 no.8:2664-2667 Ag 164. (14IRA 17:9) 1. Institut organichoskogo sinteza All LatvSSR. MAZIIEYKA, I.[Mazeika, I.]; AVOTA, L.; SOKOLOV, G.; GILITR, S. Distribution of electron density in heterocyclic systema with two adjacent nitrogen atoms. Part 1: Dipole moments of some pyridazine derivatives. Zhur. ob. khim. 34 no.10:3380-3385 0 t64. (14IRA 17:11) 1. Institut organicheskogo sinteza AN Latviyskoy SSR. GAVL-4, Fi.~. [Gavars, R. J; STRADY11 I, Ya.P. [Sfxa,~, Ins, J. 1; S. A., [Hiliero, S. 1, akasdemik Electrochemical goneration of freo radical anions in thf., 5- . u n-itrofuran oeries. Dokl. All SSSR 157 no.6:11,24-1/,26 r1g 164. ("', f "a 1,1: 9) 1. Inotitut organ.Lcheskogo sLntezjj AN LatvSSR. 2. AN iZ',v-jS11 (for G 1 11or) . SOKOLGVP G.P.; G11J,ER, S.A., iikudemlk; VORG-11YOV, M.G. tion of organ omagn z)ol um compounds vJ.Ih 2,15--dlDeth(xy-2,5 'teat, -dihydrofurans. I Dokl. All SSSR 158 no-3:675-678 S 164. (MIRA 17110) 1. Institut organicheakogo stnteza AN Latvlyskoy SSR. 2. AN Latviyakoy SSR (for Giller). 41162- 5 -Pr VkPr Y ACCESSION NR- APS007166 S/0286/65/000/03/0639/00W R A.; Kastron, Ya. A-.- A method for producing epoxy resin, Class 22, No. 167923 7.obre-eniy .,* tovirnylkh TOFIC TAGS: condensation, epory resin ABSTRACT: 7his Author's, Certificate introduces a method for producing epoxy resin by condensation of bisphenol A with an epoxy compound and then hardening the liquid resin with shellac or m--phenylene diamine. In order, to expand the selection of app' materiais, ari ester of B-furylglycidic acid. is ~Lsed as the epoxy com- ~- r, in d. ASSOCIATION: none SUBMITTED: 12Mar62 ENCL- 00 SUB CODE: GC, 14T NC, REF SOV: 000 Card 11-L OTHER: 000 r I(. L ilol-t- i. v1 rib, f rue an-i on ru I i I v j IS-3) 1. lnstitut orgariloheskoi,!o oy GILLER S. 4 Gillers, S.319 otv. red.; BLEYDELIS, Ya.Ya. Bl. idelisp J.1, red.; BLYUGER, A.F.[Blugers, A.]red.; ZIDEPHANE, A.A red.; PRESS,]B,, red.; BRAMBERGA, V., red.; LIDA.K. M:vlu.rLidaks, M.,red.; KOVI, 0., red.; SHUL'TS, I I [Cyclophospi=el TSJklofosfan; sbornik statei. Rigap lzd- vo "Znanie," 1965. 267 p. (MIRA 18:6) 1. Latvijas Padomju Socialistiskas Republikas Zinatnu Akademija. Organiskas Bintezes instituts, --OWO20/6.~17164R/O~Oji 0'0109/0102 !ACCESSION NR: AT5023365 f AUTHOR: Giller S. A. (Academician AN LatSSR); Vereshchagin, L. A. Ventetq K* iKIarshun ule, V. V,,-,Lolva. D. 0* TITLE: 2-Furyl and 5-nitro-2-furyl alk I ketones- SOURCE: AN SSSR. Dok1 0 ve 164, no. 1, 1965, 99-102 TOPIC TAGS: tungici?M, antivirus agent, ketone, acetylenic ketone, furyl alkynyl ketone ABSTRACT: This work was undertaken ir. the course of a search for compounds with fungicidal and antiviral agents. Furyl alkynyl ketones had been previously pre- pared by the authors from the corresponding carbinols by oxidation with activated manganese dioxide.z 5-Nitrofuryl a,rylalkynyl ketones were obtained by nitration of the corresponding ketones. The reaction conditions are dictated by the tiature of the aryl group attached to the acetylene function. Ketones containing an unsubsti- tuted phenyl group,,or a phenyl group bedring'electron-donating substituents are readily nitrated in acetic anhydride at -25C, without a catalyst. When the phenyl. group bears electron-withdrawinj substituents (C1, Br), the reaction temperature must be raised to 0-5C, and catalytic amounts of sulfuric acid must be Vded. In all casest selective nitration occurs, yielding 5-nitro-2-furyl ketones, In this L 1328-66 ACCESS 4i3365 ION Imanner, a series of ketones was prepared: o-~d 0 where R phanyl, p-tolyl, p-cUorophenyl, m-bromaphenylp p-bromopheayl. The yLelda land physical constants of the above compounds and their aamicarbazones Are given 'kin tabular form. The recults.of biological tests of the compounds obtained w1ll be* 'presented in a separate paper. Orig. art. has: 2 tablds; " / IYSI 1ASSOCIATION: Inatitut organicheakogo sinteza AkademLi nauk (Institute of 1,atSSR !Orp,anic Synthesis, Academy of Sciences,LatS R); Institute nefte- iuglekhimicheskog~ sinteza prL Irkutskom gosudaretvennom universitete Lm. A.-A. Zhdanova (Institute ;of Petroleum and Coal.Chemistry Synthesis at the.Irkultak State Univer Ly) c0c, 'SUBMITTED: 05Apr65 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE:- OCJ INO REF-SOV: 005 OTHER: 006 ATD PRESS: Card 21Z 372"9-66 E".T~_(M)/'F-"1P ACC NR; AP6015388 SOURCE CODE; UR/0409/65/000/001/0011/0014 AUTHOR: Kurgan, B. V.; Giller, S. A.; Gruze, A. A. ORG: Institute of Organic Synthesis, Academy of Sciences Latvian SSR, Riga (Institut z i ormanicheskogo sinteza Akademif nauk Iatviyakoy .55H, Riga) TITLE: _LIL 'sland N, i%'-bis(2-chloroothyl)hydrazides of car- boxylic a _L;~-bis(2-Chloroothyl)amide cids of the furan series SOURCE: Khimiya geterotsiklichaskikh soyedineniy, no. 1, 1965, 11-14 TOPIC TAGS1 hydrazine, derivative, organic amide ABSTRACT: A method for tho preparation of both N, N-bis(2-chloroothyl)amides and N, N-bis(2-chloroothyl)hydrazides of carboxylic acids of the furaniseries was found to be the reaction of acid chlorides with amino hydrochloride (-Iy-~r hydrazino kydro-1 chloride (II) in chloroform in the presence of a small excess of pyridinot RJ711 - (CH=CH)'C0 C-1 + IM (C112 MaCl)t - 110 + 2 No,- R- F1-1]-(CH=Cj0.C0N JCHZC112CI Is + 2 11cl 1/2 UDC: 547.725+542-95+547.23 L 37229-66 ACC NR, AP60 15388 9 lj-(cjj=cu).COCI + 112NN(C"2CR2C')2 "C' + 2 C/ \,4 P7- (CII=Ctl),CONUN(C"2"IC')% + 2 fla, R-il, N02; n-0,1. The following compounds were synthesized: N-(5-nitrofuroyl)-NI, NI-bis(2-chloroe O;t -I 0 7 hydrazine; N-(5-nitrofurylaaryloyl)-N'j N'-bis(2-cbloroothyl)hydrazino; N-(fur N'-bis(2-chloroothyl)hydrazine; N-(furyl4cryloyl)-Nlg N'-bis(2-chloroothyl)hydrazino;I N-(furoyl)-N, N-bis(2-chloroothyl)amine; N-(furnjlacryloyl)-N, N-bis(2-chloroothyl)- amine;.N-(5-nitrofuroyl)-N, N-bis(2-chloroethyl)amine; and N-(5-nitrofurylacr7l-oyl)- N, N-bis(2-chloroethyl)amine. SUE CODE: 07/ SUBM DATES 18Sep64/ ORIG REFS 001/ Orrl REFS 012 SOURCE AUTHOR: Giller, SA (Academician'AN LatSSR) U-,VO197/66/000/004/0024/0033 ORG: none----------- TITLE: New horizons in organic synthesis SOURCE: AN LatvSSR. Izvestiya, no. 4, 1966, 24-33 TOPIC TAGS: biochemistry, synthetic material, quantum chemistry, organic semi drug, pharmacology, hormone, chemical bonding, solid state physics, molecular physical chemistrys chemical synthesiss macromolecular chemistry, heterocyclic compound, dielectric property /06" bass ABST%ICT: This state-of-the-art paper by of the Latvian Giller, membei AcadeMy of Scieacesq describes recent developmentG in organic synthesis, future trends characterized by directionel and dimensional reorientation# and the contribution of Latvian science in this field, as part of the Soviet scientific system. The paper was written in connection with the twentieth anniversary of the Latvian Academy of Sciences. According to Paul Walden, the recent trend of combining chemis ry w th b ology and pB_y_s1-o1ogy for studying the structure of biocatal sts'~s being expanded in the second half of the twentieth century by including physical sciences. in an effort to reach new horizons in organic synthesis. The new trend includes: physical methods for the study of structures of organic sub- stances; quantum-mechanical concepts of existing molecular and even bio- logical attractive forces which lead to the formation of real compounds. association compounda,.larger aggregates, enzymest antibodie% phages, viruses, and cellular. structures.- Card L 42070-66 ACC NR1 AP6014716 The dimensional reorientation in organic synthesis includes new achievements in macromolecular chemistry through stereoregular polymeri- 4and large- zation scale industrial organic synthesis which calls for the solution of basic problems in chemical engineering (e.g., reactions in vapor and gas phase and In dynamic systems with limiiing conditions and parameters). The Latvian Academy of Sciences participated'in the study of multi- electron conjugate compounds with developed p-electron systems,.by using quantum-chemical calculations (method of,molecular orbitals). Elmar Gren, a young scientist from the Institute of.OrRanic ;ynthesis"ompleted, calculations for various organic compounds in cooperation with the Spectroscopy Laboratory of Latvian State University. The quantum-mechanical approach permits derivation of a general theory for correlating the structure of organic substances with*their ...physical and chemical properties. It is expected that in the vear future,. quantum chemistry will make possible the calculation of definit'e biologi- of matter. Anot~e'r, extremely Interesting aspect of the alliance of organic synthesis with solid-state physics is the preparation of organic materials ;kith exceptional electrophysical and magnetic properties. Work in this field was carried out at the Latvian AS by a young scientist, Janis Freimanis. It is expected that this class of materials may reveal certain prop2rties which may affect genetic processes of the living cell. Such research is being conducted together with a group of Belorussian gene- ticis" headed by Academician Turbin. r-A n IL ACC NR:AP6014716 The principle of polyassociation of organic compounds is used to manufacture organic semiconductors' needed in the rapidly developing electronics industry. These organ c substances should possess highly developed systems of conjugation and dense packing of the lattice, which' .-results in lower intermolecular'energy barr:L-r3 to electron** tra'nsf er. Several compounds with the required properties were synthesized, e.g., conjugated enamines, monomeric and dimeric systems, and polyassociated :..cross-linked compounds. It was found that compounds in dils category can. form homogeneous vacuum deposited dense films several microns thick, which may be used in .the preparation of microcircuits. Some of these compounds show high ,nonlinearity of volt-ampere characteristics and, to a certain degree, even stabilitron properties. The chemical structure of these compounds should contain exclusively linear hydrogen bonding in maximally planar molecular configurations. The formation of cross-linked associated 'Structures tends to lower considerably, or even cancel, the above-mentioned ._pypperties. Some of the synthesized compounds revealed relatively low dielectri- ,cal losses tn a high-frequency electrical field. They have the advantage over polymeric coatings of being vacuum deposited (thin-film method). A new-pofymeric maiterial,.a polyene ~was *developed at the Semiconduc-' tor Research Laboratory of Latvian State University in cooperation with .:Leningrad scientists. It Is characterized by pronounced thermistor pro- perties, large mean free-path value and long life of charge carriers. L 42070-66 ACC N.Rt AP6014716 Another important field of organic synthesis is the manufacture of .effective synthetic drugs and preparations fbr use in agriculture. It should be noted that in spite of the eyistence.of.gieat numbers.of highly' qualified organic chemists in the USSR, there is a considerable lag in ~the production of improved and specific drugsp herbicides, and insecti- c1des. This lag Is inconsistent with the general progress of science In .the Soviet Union, and can be explained only by erroneous concepts pre- vailing until fairly recently in the field of biological sciences ["Lysenkoism"]. Latvian .scientists have synthesized 12 new improved drugs. For instance., three preparations from the "furdgih" series are known to be the best .1 drugs against specific infections. The following scientists participated .in drug research: N. 0. Saldaboll in the study of methyl-2-polyalkenals; K. K. Venter, in the chemistry of 5-nitrofuryl-2-p,olyalkenals, 5-nitro- fur yl-2-po lyalke none s, and acetylene-bond containing 5-nitrofuryl ketones; -',Ya. A. Kastronom, on the methodology for synthesis of nitrofuran penicillins; A. A. 'Berzin' in the -firet'study of the alkylaLion of furan-wtth olefins; G. P. Sokoloy in the study of the conversion of 2,5-dialkoxy-2,,5-di*rdro- furans; L. Ya. Avot,-in the chemistry of pyridazine and its furan.deriva- .tives; and finally ..Ya. P. Stradyn% in polarography of nitrofur,ans.1 Stradyn' was the first to achie-v-e--t-he electrochemical regeneration of long-lived nitrofuran free radicals.r~ Academician - G. Voronkov, Correspone1ng Member of the Latvian Academy of Sciences,.was the first to describe 1-arylailatranes with logical activity., It was found ,exceptionally strong and specific phy9io 112 07, C-466 ACC NR- that I-phenylsilatrane has extremely high selective toxicity (0.4 mg/kg for warm-blooded animals), and that open-chain analogs of silatranes cave bactericidal an~ 'fungistatic properties. A rew class of bio'lo'gically active'atranes was discovered (derivatives of germanium, titanium, vanadium,',.and molvbdenum). These new compounds constitute a group of highly active contact insecticides. Their practical usefulness was con- firmed in 1965 field tests. Latvian scientists, together with Leningrad scientists A. 1. Heos .,,branch in organic synthesis i;e. the and L. A. Vollf, initiated a new 9 7 t 4 preparation Qr-olymcric fibersILVith antimicrobial properti tj The basit idea here was the covalent bo ing of macromolecules to organic III an] (-,,. bacte)ciostal.ic compounds. 'One of them, lethilan I -etil , polyvinyl al- cohol acetal.,tted with 0-( 5 -nitro furyl) acrolein protects wounds frDm infection an,4 is gradually absorbed by the surrounding connective tissue. It is nontoxic, and protects against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, including staphylococci, trichophytone fungi, epider-mophytone, .candidal, simple lamblia, and trichomonads. Lethilan is ~'- first anti- microbial fiber used for the manufacture of a wide assortm-, of medical supplies - In 1965, the Laborator3f for Amino Acids and Pept'ides (G-una'r* 'Chip'en, director) of the Latvian Research Institute of Experimental and Clinical ,Medicine developed a new hormone: 5-valine.-angiotensin P (aspangyl- aryinyl-valyl-histidyl-prolyl7parulWdroxy-phehylalanine). Thi6 angioten- sin is the strongest so far known, and doses of 10-9-g/kg show effect on 'blood pressure in one minute.. Ca'rd ti /A L ACC NRs ~ 60 16 IL41 fe earc in the field of synthetic models and analogs of nucleic acids(yielded synthetic nucleosides. Such research is facilitated by the existence of the Experimental Plant headed by N. A. Sukut and M. S. i Grinberg. In addition, The Latvian Plant of Biochemical Reagents, the largest biochemical plant in the world, is under construction at Olaine for the production of nucleic acids, nucleosides, and other biochemical products. Among other achievements oi Latvian science is the first development. of methods for the synthesis of new heterocyclic systems in the pyridine, quinoline, azafluorenone, and acridine series, achieved by G. Ya. 'Vanag. He also discovered an entirely new type of neurotropic compounds, 2-aminophenyl derivatives of 1,3-indandiones. At the present time, methinedione and aphenedione are undergoing clinical tests., ZATD PMSS: 4251-P-7 SUB CODE: 07, ll/ SUBM DATE: none Card Ar~ A-WP( T. 44-124-64',. qgm) XM N& MW30651- .1 SQUINX CqUK!'.. -AVOOfto Andaman, A. J6 S. 1'P.; SkImmastavu. IL V. AN LatSM ORC: Institaft Of Orgaide Syntbesis, Acad!M of Sciences LatvS= Crmstjm6v~ UbtakoVaIntexaAkadmil Latim) TrZIE: %mr-phase cwt&Ct &ROINatim of polyfauctIonal, md~mmmll SOURCE: M SSSR. Voklady, v. I", no. G. 1966. IM-1334 IMC TAGS,* solm damminatim, catalyst activity, kmonnj almime aethy1metr1q. amine, ethmalmodne, trie piper8ZIM. Maxim ABSTRACr: 'Vapar-pbase deambods cl dietbylemetrimmine and dehydratIon of otbandk- amine kWlln- kaoll- with 5Z Mb031 active al=dua, sUd al=du-l Witb 32%0 .3 and S102 ~ studied at 300-500C to determIne th-L of feet of Om sts reaction p--A- to cumposItIcin and the catalyst selmetIvIt7.. 7M Ei:-Z- 71eld andt cc sitIon of the catalyzate depend an both the cateayst tlhm tp-per-turs. 2!~ ~Ilquld chromatographic')umlyals -Pf the reactlou -products Www;!,d that this compowltion or the catalyxafe-vArled with 'both tbe-catal"t present and temperature. On reaction product forimed In the dessimation of A* fL CC'-tA -AP60306.57 ile!~Ylmetr nd MIS wsolln. ischaulama vat ad + C:xc~ The presence of athylemilne and pyrazine among the reaction products indicates the occurrence of dehydrogenation and hydrogenation processes in addition to deashmitiol Reaction* III and IV prevailed at low temperatures (340-420C). Dehydrdgenstion commences at temperatures above 420C9 and at temperatures above 460C$$n products undergo cracking. Conversion,of the*maln products of demminatton of dXjqth) .1enetriadw was also studied, Among the reaction products* tristhylensjAs~*? 441-24~~86- ACC NIU 'AP6030651 tb be- w6st stable. Alumina contaitdng.SX MoO 'Wis "ifid, swat selective cutalyst kth 'respect to the fornation o.f , py,r~wxine qwbili_ tr14th*len4id1st*Av*. q - ' " .!, r %*,thylenedfardnes and piperazine 'were, loot --foiid- along, fict1cmi produats formed -.,,over -this CaCaly.*~, t , thi ;4 av, 0 The'&dd1tiaqj.qC,*d ogidiq Q otsif "604., vi*. Ot T.".-effect ow th4;-Camftian *of V OLON1441 trte* ftfs. art-.' Y re 9 flow,*, f::#*$ 4TIf .21D~465f~'OMQ, RZIN 006/ 1" 613T -ATD PM18 i $61t. 4 4- A. "Y F GILLER, Ya L __ u X-rkv characteristics of certain organic minerals. 296-300 '55- (an 9:9) 1.L'v*v. GesudarstvenW universitet imeni Ivan^ Franke. (Z rays) (KiReralogy, Determimative) GILLER, Ya, L. GILLa, Ya. L.: "X-ray s-Lructural methods of diagnosing 'Lhe miner- als of the granite group." Min Higher Education Ukrainian 5SR. Llvov State U :Lmeni Ivan Franko. Llvov, 1956. (Dissertation for the Degree of Candidate in Physiccoathematical Sciences.) SO: Knizhnaya Letonis', No. 26, 1956 1; L/878/62/000/001/001/003 D228/0307 AUTHOR: Giller, Ya.L. TITLE: X-ray diagnostics of garnets SOURCE: Ukraine. Glavnoye upravieniye geologii i ok-hrany nedr. Rentgenografiya minerallnogo syr1ya. no. 1. Iloscow, 1962, 79-96. Trudy Ilervogo Vsesoy-uznogo soveshchaniya v Kieve 25-29 sciityabrya 1959 g, 79-96 T Z'Y' T Information is given about the lattice constants of pyrope, alnandine, spessartine, grossular, uvarovite, andradite, hog- arite, skiagite, calderite and blythite. it is based on an X-ray study of 50 chemically analyzed garnets and forms part of a more ex- tensive study, whose results are to be published as a monograph. The lattice constants were calculated by means of V.I. Mikheyev's formula from a table of intorplanar spacings, line intensities, and reflec- tion plane indices, prepared fropi the data of a Debye powder 1)attern. The calculated values agree well with those that were determined ex-periment ally. One criterion, assisting in the identification of Card 1/2 X-ray diagnostics of garnets S/878/62/000/001/001/003 D223/D307 garnets, is that on a Debye powder pattern of pyralspitc garnet the line corre s pond ingf to plane (880) is the last bright line. 4%nother intense line (12.0.0, 884) appears as the miount of ugrandite com- ponent increases, while a third line (12.2.2, 10.6.4) characterizes the predominance of andradite. There are 11 figures and 4 tables. aso"OCIATION: Llvovslciy pSudnrstvcnnyy universitet (Lvov State University) Card 2/2 GIIJZR, Ya.L.; MEAUCH, B.V.; SPITKOVSKAYA, S.M. Hydroromaite from Transcarpethia. Min.abor. no.14:281.5-296 160. (MTILA 15:2) 1. Goeudarstvennyy universitet imerd Ivana Frankog LI'vov. (Transcarpathia-Hydroromeite) GIIIER, Ya.L.; PEKUN, Yu.F. First All-Union Conference on the X-ray Study of Minerals, hold in Kiev, September 25-29, 1959. Hin.sbor. no.34:,475-476 1606 (MIRA 15:2) 1. Gosudarstvennyy universitet imeni Ivana Franko, LIvov. (Geology-Congre see a) 20219 5/1_,u/61/0IJ./OU2/O22/O25 E'07 3/L3 35 7,;,iv o(I-0113 3ES-1 //,93) AUTHORS. C~iliert Ya. 1,. , Shmayevskiy, V.. Ye. arid Vadets, D. 1. TITLE: Investigation of tkie Iseudobinary Section ZnSb-CdSb by the Debye Method PERIODICAL: Fizika motallov i motallovedenlye, 1961, Vol. 11, No. 2, PP. 31-L - 313 TEXT., The pseudobinary section between the t-wo semiconductor compounds ZnSb and CdSb containf3 a inimbur of semiconductor alloys (Refs. 1, 2). Only the extreine compounds of this section have been investigated by X-ray strticttiral analysis, namely, the compounds ZnSb and CdSb (K.E,. Alinin, Acta chem.scand., 1948, 2, 400 - Hef, 3). The work described in this paper is a first attempt to apply X-ray btructural analysis for investi- gating the entire section under con%jideration, As starting materials 99,999 and 99.99% Sb iere use(i,, According to spectrum analysis the Cd has the following admixturesAb thousandths %; Cu tenths 56; Ag hundredths % and Ca tenths %, The materials were weighed with an accuracy of I mg arid mixed in the ratios enumerated in Table I (the second and third columns give the Card l/ 2 0 2 19 6/126/61/011/002/022/025 ln,%restigat3-ort of E073/E335 composition in molecular 5o, tlic fourth and fifth columns in weight %). Fusion was carried out in porcelain crucibles in an electric muffle furnace under a flux consisting of a mixture of KCI and NaCI. 'rile Inelt was intensively mixed with a graphite rod and then teemed in an iron inould, Homogenisation was effected in scaled pyrex ampules (-these were first evacuated to 10- 1 to 10-2 mni 11g) and following Lhat for 100 hours at 240-270 OC. From the homogenised alloys powder was produced 0 which was tempered in evacuated sealed glass ampules at 200 C for 50 hours, which were then allowed to cool down with the furnace. From the thus-produced powder, 0.9 mm dia. cylindrical specimens were produced, The investigation was by means of ](.., (URS-70) apparatus, uplk~; copper radiation without a filters A voltage of 35 kv~ 11 currexiL itiLensity of 12 mA were applied to the tube, the exposure time being 7 hours. The chamber diameter was 86 min,, Under equal. conditions, X-ray patterns of the starting components were produced. The distance between identical lines of the diffraction patterns Card 2/ Ilivestigation of .... Table 1: a" Od (;OCT *1 10 Zn9b' CdSh lCo 2 .90, 3 80 4 70 5 65 6 60 7 55 8 no 9 45 40 35 12 30 13 20 4 1 10 15 - On rd 3/ 'eciag 6/126/0' j/()jl/0lj2/U22/025 EX) 7 3 E 3 3 5 Dec. CdSb znSb 100 .:Io -87.8 12,2 20 76,2 23,8 30 C15. 1 34 9 35 59,7 40:3 40 54.5 45,6 . 45 49,4 50,6 50 44,4 55,G 55 39,5 60, 5 6() 34,8 65") - 65 30.! 69.9 70 1) 74,5 80 16.7 83.3 90 8,2 91.8 00 1 100 Inves tigation of ... . Table 2:. 3tialtemw nocionjutwx PCWCTKII, XX c V,'(kX)$" 1 1 6 45 7,715 7,805 370,085 2 170 6: 7,750 7,895 377 470. 3 .6 190 7,785 7,945 383:060' 4 6:230 7.840 7,965 389,235 5 6,245 7,865 7,99:) 6 6,250 7,910 8,045 397,7SfO 7 6,290 7,970 8,070 4G4,690 8 6,295 7,975 8,075 405,460 9 6,310 3,005 8.110. 409,660 10 6,310 7,985 8,100 411,045 11 6,330 8,055 8 35 1 414,620 12 6,340 8,065 155 8: 417.035 13 6,375 8,125 8,195 7424 3% 14 6,400 8,175 8 240 431:090 15 6,415 8,200 8:255 434, 210. Card 11 20219 S/126/61/oll/oo2/022/025 E073/E335 20219 s/i26/61/011/002/022/025 InveBtigation of E073/E335 was measured with an ACCIII-ACY up to 0. 1 nim. The relative intensity of the liiies was determined visually by means of a 10-unit scale, Recording (idetitilication) of the X-ray diff- raction patterns of ZnSb and CdSb was by the method of selection. The obtained hIct indices did not cititradict the conditions of extinction for the space group D13h - 1) bca No Cd, Zn and Sb lines were detected on the X-ray diffraction patterns. Comparison of the X-ray diffraction patternii of ZnSb and CdSb with those of intermediate alloys has shown "hat throughout the entire section the structure of tnese alloys does not change and the same applies to the space group, This fact enabled ciioosing indices for the d.LffractIon patterns of the alloys of the entire ZnSb-CdSh section on the basis of the ratio of the intensities of the lines and the interplane distances. The 'lattice constants a.. b, c were calculated by the mtthod of' least squares on the basis of general indices for all the alloys starting from G = 25 0 . The calculated lattice constants and the determined volume of the elementary cell for all the alloys are entered in Table 2 Card 5/ 20219 Investigation of s/126/61/011/002/022/025 E073/E335 (lattice constants, kX). The accuracy of the determinations was 0.005 kX. The obtained results, presented in plots as functions of the lattice parameter . Fig. 1,and of the elementary volume, Fig, 2. on the CdSb concentrition (molec%), are curves with a hardly noticeable bend for a ~-oncentration of about 50 inoler.% ZnSb. This leads to the assumption of a process of ordering of the solid solution, There are 2 figures, 2 tables and 3 references: 2 Soviet and I non.-Soviet, ASSOCIATIuNs LIvovskiv gosudarstvennyy universitet im" 1v, Franko (I.Ivov State University im. Iv. Franko) SUBMITTEDs June 27, 196o Card 6/~ GILLERt Ya.L. X-ray determination of garnets. Rent.min.syr. no.1:79-96 162. OaRA 16:3) 1. Llvovskiy gosudarstvannyy universitet. (Garnet-Analysis) (X-ray crystallography) $ ". - I. GILLER,._X".;,_BOBR0VNIK, D.P.; GORETSKIY, V.A.; GORZHEVSKIY, D.I.; KOLTUN., L.I.; LAZAPENKO, Ye.K.; IAZ%O, Ye.M.; REZVOY, D.P. Gugo Leonardovich Piotrovskii; obituary. Min. sbor. no.16: 456- 458 162. (MIRA 16:10) (Piotrovskiip Gugo Leonardovich,~ 1897-1962) GILLER, Ya.L.; SPITKOVSKAYA, S.M. X-ray characteristics of hatchettite from Transcarpathia. Rent. min.syr. no.3:71-72 163. (MIRA 17:4) 1. Llvovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet. ACC NR.AP7oo6269---------souRcE-coDi,:-.--M/0-it25/66-/oog/oi:.P/0032/0036 AUTHOR: Giller, Yu.__Ye.; 1(haitova, L. T. ORG: Institute of Plant Physiology and BlophysicsAN TadzSSH (Institut fiziologii i biofizilci rasteniy AN TadzSSR) TITLE: Optical properties of a synthetic pigment-lipoprotein complex SOURCE: AN TadzhSSR. D'oklady, v. 9, no. 12, 1966, 32-36 TOPIC TAGS: photosyntheeiB, photosynthesis pigment, chlorophyll, carotene, lipid, protein, synthetic photosynthesis complex, pigment lipoprotein complex, -y4z,- f" ABSTRACT: The results are reported of a study of the spectral proper- ties of a syrithetic complex of pigments which perforin photosynthesis in plants (chlorophylls a and/or b, carotene) with mill protein. This complex also contained lipids. Thus, this artificial system was similar In composition to natural chloroplast pigment-protein-lipid complexes. The preparation of the complex Is described in the article by Sapozhnilcov, D. I., D. Tolibelcov and Yu. Ye. Giller (AN TadzSSR, Izv Otd ]3iologicheskikh nauk. No. 2(23), (1966),48). Chromatographically purified pigments of spectroscopic purity grade and acetone extracts of Cardl UDC: none ACC -- NRA-P7oo6269- dried nettle leaves were used for the study. Spectra o' diffused -reflection, and fluorescent spectra were recorded and studied. The results obtained,were compared with the spectra of the live Tradescanti leaves or absorption spectra of the pigments in acetone solution. The dependence of the position of the spectral maxima and minima on the pigment concentration was determined, The results obtained, i.e., 'U'he shift of the minima of the reflexion spectra and of the maxima of the fluorescent spectra toward the .~ed end indicate that the spectral properties of the synthetic comple;; are similar to those of the live green leaves. With respect to numerical values of the ratios of the Intensities of the long-wave and the short wave maxima In the fluore- scent spectra, the synthetic complexes stand between the chlorophyll solutions and live green leaves. The alternative increase and decrease of the intensity of the short-wave maximum in the fluorescent spectra which take place with a decrease in concentration indicate that an a,ggregate form of chlorophyll is present in the complex together with the monomer form: the above-mentioned fluctuations in the intensity are caused by the readsorption phenomenon and by the fluctuating in "Ghe concentration of the fluorescent monomer form. The red shift in the spectra of the complex is analogous to that of chlorophyll dosorbed on 2 ACC NR- AP7006269 various carrierssuch as polymers or magnesium oxide previously observed by other authors. In the case of adsorbed pigment, a similar aggregation of the latter takes place.*.Orig. art. has: 3 figures. Presented by Corresponding Member.of the Tadzhik Academy of Sciences A. A. Adlchamovyy on 19 Mar 66. CBN] oRiG REr.: o16/ oTH REF: oca suB com: o6, o7/ SUBM DATE: 1--CarO-3/3 NASYROV, Yu.S., otv. red.; SAPOZIU41KOV, D.I., red.; PROKOFIYEV, A.A., red.; ZAIMISKIY, O.V., red.; MAKSUMOV, A.N.p red.; KARINOV, Kh.Kh., red.; LOGINOV, M.A., red.; GILLER, YU.Ye., red.; USOLNOV, P.D., red.; KASIYANENKO, A.G., red.; RAKHMANINA, X.P.p,,rod.. (Contribution of plant physiology to agriculture; problems of photosynthesis and metabolism] Fiziol,giia rastenii - seltakoiru khoziaistvu,- voprosy fotosinteza i obmena veshchestv. Dushanbe, Izd-vo AN Tadzhikskoi SSR, lqb5- 131 p. (MIRA 18:4) 1. Akademiya nauk Tadzhikskoy SSR, Dushanbe. Institut fizio- logii i biofiziki rastenii. MSYROV, Yu.S.; GILLER, YU.Te.; LOGINOV, M.A.,- LEBEDEV, V.N. Using C14 for studying the photosynethetic balance in the plants of phytocoenoues. Bot.zhur. 47 no.l.-96-99 Ja 162. (MIM 15:2) 1. Laboratoriya, fiziologii i biofiziki rasteniy AN Tadzhikskoy SSR, Dushanbe. (Plant communities) (Photosynthesis) WYROV, Yu.S.; ABDURAKIMIJIUVA, Interrelation between the photosynthesis and water metabolism in plants. Trudy Otd. fiziol. i biofiz. rast. AN Tadz. SSSR no.3:3- 12 163. (MIRA 16:9) GILLER, Yu,Ye. Effect of mineral nutrition on the optical characteristics of leavea. Trudy Otd. fiziol. i biofiz. rast. AN Tadzh. SSISR no.3:53-61 163. (KUM 16 .-9) GILUR, YU.Ye. Photoreactivation spectrum of changes in the optical system of plant leaves caused by long-wave ultraviolet radiation. DoIcl. 9; Tadzh.SSR 8 no.9:32-35 165. (MIRA 18:12) 1. Institut fiziologii JL biofiziki rasteniy AN Tadzbikskoy SSR. Submitted April 27,, 1965. /0299/64/000/013/G003/ 03 ACCESSION ITR: AR045749 S SOURCE: Ref. zh. Biologiya. Svodn-VY t0IM, Abs- 13G14 AULl-'JR: Gill3r, Yu. Ye. TITLE: Optical property changeability limits of plant leaves in onto(~enssia and under the effect of external conditions GI17ED 99DRCE: Dokl, AN TadzhSSR, v. 6, no. 9, 1963P 38-41 TOPTC TAGS: optioal property, ontogenesis, plant external factor,, plant lea-f, mesophyll plant, cotton, corn, photosynthesis, pigment, 4- : .~asua hydration, energy absorption TRANSLATION: The subject plants grown in vessels were high mountain mesophyll plants and also cotton and corn. Changes in radiant or)ergy absorption by plant leaves in ontogenesis corresponded to --hanges in photosynthesis intensit7, pigment levels, tissue hydration, and dr-I mattar content. The limits of absorption changes in the 400 700 ~-iillimicron region were 11% on the average. Under the vegetative experiment conditions, less me ked changes are observed in iCard L 13624-65 ACCESSION NR. ARIA5749 !leaf energy absori)tion (5994 but the general nature of the changes IV-he presence of &. peak at -the irtoat active period of the plant (flowering and fmit bearing phases) - was preserved. During various mineral nutrition conditions the energy absorption values of the cotton plF-nt comprise 3 to 46% and those of corn comprise 7 to 9%. With soil moisture changep total absorption changes arel 2% for the cotton plant and 6% for the corn, Changes in lea-f onergy absorptl~n capacity are less under the effect of external factors than in plant ontogenesis. SUB CODE: LS ENGL: 00 ard GILIJTIGN* - insh. Process of weld joint formation in projectionWelding. ftar. prolsv. no.7tS-11 J1 160. (HIM 13:7) 1. Yeasoyusuyy muchno-leeledovatel'shy institut elektronvaro- chnogo oborudovauiyas. (Illectric welding) (Platent Iron and steel-Welding) GILLXR, V. Ye. " Tuberculosis of the stomach. Khtrurgila no-7:86 Jl '55. (STOMACH-TUMCULOSIS) (KLRA 8:12) (r- /~~ Z' -/,) -) , v -, /,T; GIIJAR, Ye.K.; KosiKHIDZN, N.G. Blagnoetic value of certain liver function tests in Botkin's disease. Iob.delo ) no-5:43-47 S-0 '57. (MIRA 11:2) (HNPATITIS, INFECTIOUS) (*,DICAL TESTS) AT " DgyWS sill saving f Chmnallov aml W t of At powd" i 3 4A) asplult I h h i i 4 ; vrtt f i 111 t. w t"p t 32.0ce, The At pUwd4 And tlwh. tmtnKnt %caly ptwla of stout , WAfing propertiev. Tim : powder. the 2nd with 21 0 F or twttqhm at -m,. 00 f(W the 10 mat it 0.1% cfmtOjmAfjdO.(r22. 1 00" value cwui)4re (Avurabl) a U U .1 so b &I a d #A a for sW assamda". A. q. Prom, 23. No. 8. x Lvqw composed apprux. of -09 finw-I all B.O. m1went (while l h ette. enarne, tfuefte. etc.) y s inAtig by siwaying ni-Iten A) h stgask acki "mulling ill a 0 Unin 41w, with Lakfaclory see t cfnt b app,1W with 10% A] =00 . The paint can he spfayx4l at rhe expenditure. in ke./sti.m., 400 1 uff atul 6.014 At, for the Lind Zee 1 ne", 4t4bilit Y. and firutectivr 1 . th the drying oil b4w painm Zoo V. Thimi t t i 1 1 i S;a a so 0 L'*O O's f I Lie* Z. Q';' i FED", I 00 0 0 0 We 0 0 411 0 0 0 64 0 9 WO 0 0 0 0 0 0 411 0 0 * 0 a 0 6 0 e me 0 0 0 0 *10 0 0 e 0 0 0 * 0 f * W a a O-O.We 0 * 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t MALIAN. L-B., inzhener; CHESNOKOV, A.S., kandidat tekhnicheskiLdi nauk; PETROV. A.9., inzhener; PITT-Q " inzhener; Kov"""CM. M.F.. twhener, redaktor.- Fb,T I ro ktor izdatel'ii"va; LAOUTINA, I.H., tekhnicheskiy redaktor [Instructions for making steel structures of low-alloy steel. type NL2 (I221-56/14SPHKO)l Instruktsiia po izgotovIoniiu stal'nykh konstruktsii ix ritzkolegirovanaoi stall m3rd NT2. (I 221-561MSPMCW). Moskva. Goe. W-vo lit-ry po stroit. I Arkhit.. 1957. 29 p. WIRA 10: 11) 1. MentralInsys nauchno-Issledovatellsksys laboratoriya stallrwkll soornzheniy Gosudaretvennogo proyektacgo instituta -Proyektstall- kon3truktaii MiametellurgIcht-metroya SSM (for TSallwon, Chesnokov. Petrov, Giller). 2. Russia (1923- U.S.'O.R.) Min!F-terstvo stroitelletva prodpriiatLy metallurgicheskoy i khtmif-han1coy pro- myshlennosti. Tekhnicheskoya upravlenlye. 3. Otdel normattynykh doinimentov Takhnicheekogo upravlonlya Ministlerstva :;tr;-!. tell stva predprlystiy meta llurgi r:hes*xoy I khimichoskoy promysh.!-~naosti SSSR (for Kovallchuk) (Steel alloys) (Weldlng) RYAI,OV, Alekoandr Fedorovich; CHESNOKOV. A.S., nauchnyy red.;.Q a.m.. 4AW nauchnyy red.; OSTROVA, I.K., red.; VLADIMIROVICH, A.G., TOKIR, A.M.,. tekhn.rad. red.; Naking steel construction elements] Izgotovlenie stallnykh konstraktaii. Isd.2., parer. t dop. Moskva. Vaea.uchobno-podagog. Isd-vo Trudrexervisdat- 1958, 367 p. (KIRA 12:3) jSteel, Structural) GILIM, Ye.Ye., polkovnik meditsinakoy slushb7; LILUASHVILI, S.I., ------____p_Zrp_o1kovnik meditsinakoy sluzhby Set for making simultaneous blood collections. Voen.-med. shur. no. 4:77 Ap 156. (MLRA 9:9) ( LABORATOR INS -APFABAUTS AND SUPPLIES) (BLOOD--COLLECTION AND PRESERVATION) ~, GILLERP Ye.Ye., polkovnik medaluzhby; KOBAKHIDZE, N.G. Aldolase in infectious hepatitis. Voen.-med. zhur. no. 2:71.1 F 161. (MIRA 14:2) (ALDOLASS) (HEPATITISt INFECTIOUS) GILLERSOIJ, A. B. 42769. GILLUSON, A. B. Organizatmiya Bor'by S Zhenskis Peoplodiyem V Poslevorenn" Vrem7a V SB: god.-San. Poolodstylya Voyny I Morapriyatiya Po Ikh Likwldatsli. T. 1. K.. 1948, a. 61-67. SO: Letopts' Zhurnallnykh Statey'. Vol. 7, 1949 ANDROSOVA, Ye.N.; GITIMIRSO , A.B., professor, zaveduyushchiy. Diagnosis and therapy of malignant tumors of the ovaries. Alcush-i gin. no.3:50-54 My-Je '53. (14LEL 6:7) 1. Kafedra almsherstya i ginakologii Omek--- meditsin8kogo inatituta imeni H.I.Xalinina. (Ovarian-Tamors) USSR / General !Iro,)lcrxs of PatholoL7. Turlirs. Hu r. u-4 Neoplasm* Abs Jour :Ref Zhur - Biol... No 20, 1958, ITO 93981 Author :Gillcrson) A. B. Inst Not given Title Clinical, Diagnostic, anO Therapeutic Aspects of Hormone- ProducinG Ovarian Tunors. Or.ig Pub V sb.: Aktualln. vopr. nlcualicrstva i &dnekol. M., 11057, 250-263. Abstract No abstract given Card 1/1 17 R.G.. doteent Rupture of Vn uterus, Iwsed on materials from obs titrictil And byaecological cli-nics of the 0m-3k State Kalinin Meilcal. Inqti~utp. 7op.*h.L-At. i det. 2 no.LL:57-61 JI-Ag '57. IC:9) (wslrus - -RU?TU.(i;) GILIMSON. A.B., professor; BAKIYEVA. R.G., dotsent Uterine r*ture following cesarean sections [with sumary in jinglish) Akmh. L gin. 33 no.2:59-62 Kr-Ap 157.. (MIRA 10:6) 1. Is kafedry akusherstra i ginskologil (say. - prof, A.B.Gillerson) Omskogo gotudaretvannogo meditsinskogo instituta iment N-I-Nalinins . (qNA*MN SXGTION, 6ompl. rupt. of uterus in subsequent labor) (1ABOR, compl. rupt. of uterus after previous cescreaA section) (UTARUS, rupture in labor, after previous cesarean tection) GILT-WQ ON. A.B.. prof.. VOTYAKOVA. Ye.K. Ueonadotrophic hormone content of the amnictic fluid in various periods of pregnancy. Akush. I gin. 34 no.4:87-89 JI-Ag 158 (MIRA 11:9) 1. Iz kafedry akusborstva i ginekologii (zav. - prof. A.B. Gillerson) Omakogo meditsinskogo Institute imsai N.I. ralinina. (MNIOTIC FIRID gongdotropic hormones at various periocle of pregn.(Rue)) (GONADOTROPIN. determ. In amniotic fluid at varlous Darlods of ,)regn. (Rus - GILLEMBON, A.B.; PSHENICHNIKOVA, A.S. Significance of a cytological method in the diagnosis of pro- invasive forms of cancer of the cer7ix'uteri. Akush i gin. 36 no.300-54 MYTe 60. iMIRA 13:12) ~UTERUS-CANCER) GILLER60N A.B..9 prof.; VDTMOVA, Te.K. . -- 2 - Gonadotropic activity in the blood serum., urine and aredotic fluid in pregnant women. Akush.i gin. 36 no.5916-19 S-0 160. (MIRA 13 all) 1. Iz kafedry akuoherstva i ginekologii (zav. - prof. A.B. Gillerson) Onskogo meditainskogo instituta imeni M.I. Nalinina. (GONADDTHOPIN) (#WNANCY) GILLERSON, A.B.; BAKIYEVA, R.G.; BUPJUTOV) D.A., zasluzhennyy vrach RSFSR Some stiologidalp clinical and therapeutic problems in uterine rupture. V~p. okh. mat. i dot. 6 no.5:63-67 My 161. (MIRA 14:10) 1. Iz kafedry akus#erstva i ginekologii (zaveduyushchiy - prof. A.B. Gillerson) Omskogo teditsinskogo instituta ineni M.I.Kalinina. (VURUS.-RUPTUM) (CESAIMAN SECTIOn) ,GILLWWLy-A,B., prof.; PSHMICHRIKOVA, A.S. Zffectivenesty of diathemooqagulation in the "cervical" form of sterility, Wop. okhr. mat. i det. 6 no.61 44-47 Je 161. (MIRA 15--7) 1. Ix kafedr7 akusheretva i ginekologii (zav. - prof. A.B. Gillerson) Omakogo mediteinakogo instituta imeni M.I. Kalinina. (STMULITY) (SUICTROSURGERY) GILLERSON, A.B., Prof. Problem of the course of pregnancy and laoor following commissuro- tomy. Akush. i gin. 38 no-5:93-95 S-0 162. (MIRA 17:11) 1. 1z kafedry akusherstva i ginekologii (zav. - prof. doktor med. nauk A.B. Gillerson) Omskogo meditsinskogo instituta imeni Kalinina. Gjr L:,:pc;OfT U -NICIDIMIA., L-11. .1 A.B., pro'. doktor med. nauk; PSIF- ~t, , ~ - . Course of pregnancy and labor after diathermycoagulation of the cervix uterl. Akush. I. gin. no.1.64-67 63. WE'I1~ 17 -.6) 1. Iz kafedry akuoherstva i ginekologii (zav. - prof. A.B. G-Illerson) Omskogo medit.sinkogo instituta imen! MI,I. Kalinina. GILLERSON, A.B. (Omsk) -... - p Diagnosis of uterine cancer. Akush. i gin, 40 no.4.-1211-1'AO Jl-Ag 164. (MIRA 18:4) 12 AUTFOR-, Gillert,G. SOV,/43-59-7-14/17 TITLE-~ Estimation of the Measurements of Hirizontal Angles According to the Method of Gauss-Schreiber (Confidence Ellipsoid) (Otsenivaniye izmeren-iy gorizontallnykh uglov po sposobu GausFe.- 9hre,ybora (doyeritellnyy ellipsoid)) PERIODICAL. Vestnik Leningradskogo universiteta, Seriya matematiki, mekh?iniki i astronow-fi, 1959, Nr 7(2), pp 140-142 (USSR) ABSTRACT., Given the point 0 and the directions 0Ai. Sought: h. Aj__,OAi. Taki-ng as ei-ements the angles. m = 4A OAV then h 1 0 U~iually thr,, oonfidence lntrjrvalg are constructed se arately for v4 and hi, The author uses results of Yu.V.Linnik ?Ref 1,22 and states that for the estimation of 1Vhe h i a confidence Pllipsoid can be given where it is identical with the confidence ell.-lipsoid for all 011. Theta are 4 Soviet refarences. SUBMITTED: June 3. 1958 Card 1/1 AUTHOR, Gillert, (1. SOV43-59-7-15/17 TITLEt .9ea~-tng -iri the Space With Range Measurement (Pryamaya zasechka v prostranstva s 17mereniyem rasstoyaniya) PERIODICAL- Vestnik Leningradskogo universiteta, Seriya matematiki, mekhaniki i astronomii, 1959, Nr 7(2), Pp 143-145 (USSR) ABSTRAGT~ Given n fixed pointo A (X,,yi~z,' with known coordinates; the ooordirzates of the point O(X 09Y0 OZ 0) are sought. By direct application of the results of Yu.V.Linnik Lf-Ref 2_7 the author 091'rIetr-acts a aonfiden.-e ellipsoid containing the point C)(X 09yo PZ0) wit'h the probability p0. There are 3 refarences, 2 of which are Soviet, and 1 American, SUBMITTED.- June 3, 1958 Ca7rd 1/11 26436 ...... S/135/61/000/09�/001/006 A006/Alol AUTHOR: Gillevich, V.A., Engineer TITLE: Projection welding of alloyparts PERIODICAL: Svarochnoye proizvod8tvo, no. 9, 1961, 4 6 TEXT: -In-projection welding of aluminum allby parts with protrusion of conventional shape (Fig. 1a) stable results are not obtained.and this method can-~; not be recommended for industrial use. Therefore an investigation was made at VNIIESO on projection weldipg of alloy parts having protrusions without a hole in the back of the sheet to be welded-(Fig. 1b). Such protrusions are produced during press forming or other processes. Press-formed D16A_BM alloy parts with 1.6 nun thick shelves were welded onto 1 mm thick sheets'of the same material. The parts had 4 spherical protrusions of M mm base diameter and 1 mm height. The effect of the electrode material and of drive Inertia on the welding process were studied and the following conditions were catablished for welding 2 and 4' protrusions simultaneously. For the foi7ner case the conditions were as followse. a.c of 80 kamp intensity; 600 'X-.g electrode force, 0.06 sec welding time; the time of increase oC the gelding current from Iweld o.4 i,.-ield' to'the initial max.. Card 1/2 2bh36 S/135/61/000/009/001/006 Projection welding I. Aoo6/Aloi final value was 0.04 sec. Smooth increase of the effective value of the weldi ng current at the beginning of the pulse (modulation) is necessary. If'modulation' is absent, electrode burnini, splashing and poor ponetration occurs. An experi- mental single-phase machine was emOloyed. For~welding_on 4 protrusion6 simulta- neousiy, a low-frequency three-phase projection press.of the NPn~1_1800 (MRPI- 1800) type was employed,- -which was manufactured at VNIIESO and mounted at one of the "Svetlana" Plant shops. Electrode force was 1,200 kg, current intensity 140 kamp, welding time 0.07 see; time of current increase from zero to the maxi- mum vaiue was 0.0) 'see. The electrodes on the side of sheets without protrusions -should be manufactures. of copper alloy having not less than 100 HB_hardness Machines with light movable parts of electrode drive are recommended. There are 4 figures and _1 Soviet-bloc reference. ASSOCIATION: V1~7~1~90 Figure 1: Types of protrusions (projections);, MUM a) conventional type projection, welding; b - without holes on the reverse side; Card 2/2 b re.31stance heating jj1z fait olektronvarochnogo GIL IN't XA14AY ; SEE KiW# Gillm Khayrevich L 46322-66 EWT(M)/EWP(j) RM ACC NRt AP5025 128 /6619/66/036/010/1811/1814-- SOURCE CODE: UR AUTHOR: Tsivunin, V. S.; Gillm Kamay; ShagIdullin, R. R.; Kh1samutdinova, R. Sh. ORG: none TITLE: CondensationA reaction of diethyl(diphenyl)chlorophosphineI with a, a --dichloroethyl ethers I SOURCE: Zhurnal obshchey khimff, v. 35, no. 10, 1965, 1811-1814 TOPIC TAGS: condensation reaction, ether, chen-deal reaction, DiF'rqv4 E 7,*IFR) t)PA4PVy~. 0 t' 1,Y) P C, C t 0~.' 0 ABSTRACT: Diethyl- and diphonylehlorophosphine formed with a, 0 -dichloroethylbutyl ether a comple4as expected from their reaction with a --chloroethylalkyl ether, but hydrolysis or alcoholysis of the reaction product was followed by dehydrochlorination to give diethyl- and diphenyl- a 4)utoxyvinylphosphine oxide, respectively. Similarly, complex formation of diphenylehlorophosphine with a --chloroethyl - 8 -chloroethyl ether, alcoholysis and thermal dehydrochlor1nation during distMation produced diphenyl-cL-vinyloVethylphoE;phine oxide. Hydrolysis of diethyl- a-butoxyvinylphosphine oxide gave diethylacetylphosphine oxide, and Infrared spectroscopy of the latter Indicated its enol-ketol tautomerism. The starting com- pounds reacted under cooling in a CO atmosphere at OOC to give viscous complexes, and 2 Card 1/2 UDC: 546.185+547.431.4:541.49 L 46322-66 alcoholysis or hydrolysis, vacuum distillation, and recrystaWzation produced the unsaturated phosphine oxides. Physical properties and elemental composition of all products were de- termined. Orig. art. has: 1 figure. SUB CODE: 07/ SU13M DATE: 298ep64 ORIG REF: 003 EWT(m)/EWP(j) ____RM AlfC-- i~kl AP6027081 SOURCE CODE: UR/0079/65/035/010/1815/1817 AUTHOR: Teivunin, V. S.; Gillm Kamay; Khisamutdinova, R. Sh. ORG: none TITLE: Synthesis of thiooxides of diethyl(diphenyl),-alpha-(alko?cv)ethyl-phosphinesI alpha-(alkoxy)vinylphosphines, and alpha-(vinyloxy)ethyl-phosphines SOURCE: Zhurnal obshchey khimii, v- 35, no. 10, 1965, 1815-1817 TOPIC TAGS: chemical synthesis, organic phosphorus compoundp chemicall decomposition, hydrogen sulfide, chlorination, distillation, chemical bonding, bromination, hydrolys' ABSTRACT: stuiy of oomplexing between secondary chlorophosphines, I,and-'c4chicro ethers# the authors Investigated the decomposition :9f the corresponding complexes with hydrogen sulfidee The overall !prooess Is represented as follows3 fl2PCj+CHgX-CHCj-0R'---*R1 (;II-CHIX.�'--".-ii,t~-CH-CH,X+2"cl. C1 8A, VIR' X ~- H Or'Cl. R . C.,N,oe CIf" R. . C'HW As in the'ease of oxides after decomposition of the compleilor diethyl(diphony3)-cl(-butoxyohloroothyldlohlorophosphines thermal dehydroahlorination-00OUre during distillationt 0.0 7.5 L 36490-66 490-~ _136~ 027081 AP6rQ708I ACC NR% 5 0134"t rVea SS TeSult Of bse omple%' Oohlor ination was 0Position 0.f the 0 Mal dehydi wing decOm -ohlorOethy Slinilar ther,r the produot fOlIc 4-,,hlOrOethyl B Ourreds. tion 0 sphIne and a0tion 00 .dISt,I11& AphenlUblorophO Ths follovins re ~betWOOU a gen Sulfidee ,other by hydro. 4. +11 =5 I cl (Cjh)tpci +c"S cl OCIII-ClItcl orli.cut. L 36490-66 F-A-CC Ak-t-A-V66727Y81 .The presence of a double boiid was confirmed by-a qualitative :bromination reaction., Diethyl-o(-butoxyvinylphosphine thlooxide ,thydrolyzed.,readily to form diethylaoetylphosphine thlooxides. S !(CIRS) C-CHI + III WIIIIJ-~-CH3 + CqHgOll.~ 1JPRS: 36,3281 'SUB CODE: 07 SUBM UTE: 29Sep64 Card 3/3 GILIMAN, A. silo Possibility of using machines in technology and in setting up work standards. Sots.trud no.6:87-91 Je 157. (NLRA 10:7) (Blectronic calculati maehines) (Technology) 1production standards) GILIWI, A. ve.-O-- dn'"o of electronic machines for designing tnchnilogical Processes and establishing work norns.^Orm.-, '-,nid. i zar. Plata no.2:1,9-21 '59. (MIRA 12:5) (Blectronic calculating machinns) (Machinery Industr7-Production !!tandards) STAROSKOLISKIY, A.A.; RATNOVSKAU, Ye.D.; GRIMAIT, A.B. - Use of wetting agents in skein yarn mercerizing. Ieg.prom.15 no.2: 47-50 7 '55. (1192A 8:4) (Mercerization) GILIYAN, A. G. 35489. Pe-rvirhra,,Ia torakoplastika. V SE; Voprosy grudnoy khirurgii. T. 111. 1.1..? 1949, c. 152-59. Letopis' Zhurnal'nykh Q"tatey, Vol. 48, 1,.oskva, 1949 GILMAN, A. G. ,. Xeinbock or Alrehevsky's phenommon. Probl. tuberk., Moskva no.4:42-44 July-Aug 1950. (CIML 20:1) L Of the Second Sarjocal Clinle (Rwd - Ae G. Glllm~m). i;stitute or Clinato.-therapy of-Tuber;culosis (Director -- Docent V. 7, Chernyshav; Scientific Director -- Docent A. Vo Oveyannikov). GILIMAN, A.G.; KHRAPUNOVA, N.V.; SHIFMAN. N.D. '- First results of application of streptomycin in surgery of pulmonary tuberculosis. Probl. tubark., Moskva no.4:54-59 Julr-Aug 1951. (CLHL 21:1) 1. Of the Second Surgical Clinic (Read - Doctor Medical Sciences A. G. Gillman), Institute of Glimatotherapy of Tuberculosis (Director - Docent Ye. D. Petrov), Yalta. 4~.rx "Amw 14 GILI MAN, A.G. Anesthesia and therapeutic protective inhibition in the postoperative stage In pulmonary tuberculosis. Probl. tub. no.1:25-28 Ja-]P '55. (MM 8:4) 1. Is Instituts. klizatoterapit tuberkulaza (dir. kandidat meditsin- skikh nauk Ye.D.Pstrov). (TUMMCULOSIS9 PULMONART, surgez7. anesthe & postop. cars) (ANESTHESIA. In tuberc., pulm., surg.) (POSTaMATIVIR CARE. in tuSere PUlU.. Burg.) GITAMAN, A..G.-;-GOROVENKO, G.G.; SHEVCHMO, K.A.; SUS#OVA, A.L.; MMELEVSKAYAp G.A. Comparative stuey of the status of tuberculosis following pulmo- nary resection under climatic conditions of the southern shore of the Crimea and the central part of the Ukraire. Probl.tub. no.1:52-60 162. (MMA 15:8) 1e Iz khirurgicheskoy kliniki (zav. - prof. A.G. Gillman) Insti- tuta meditsinskoy Irlimatologil i klimatoterapii imeni I.M. Sodftova (dir. B.V. DDgutskiy). (TUBERCULOSIS) (LUNGS--SURGERY) GILIMAN, A.G., prof., PERTSOVSKIYq A.L, kand. mod. nauk. Dynamics.of the correlations of-ser= protein fractions following resection of a segment or lobe of the lungIn tubortulasia. .r,-Iinloobio.chemical.,par.allels. Probl. tub. ao.7a43-.47 164. (MTRA 18:10) 1. Inotitut meditainskoy klimatologii i klimatoterapii Imeni Sechenova (dir.- B.V. bogutakly), Yalta, 1--l i ' 'j! -14": 1-1T i~ ngln!~ er --l - -11 "A Rerort on Experience in !,.OdernizinF 'Milling 'Aachines" Stanki I Instrument, 17, No. 12, 1946 ~ - BR-52C59019 - GlLIMAN, A.I.; ORKIN, V.I. UnAversal V-shaped three-cam chuck. Mashinostroitell no.9:31 S 163. (MIRA 16:10) (Chucks) H~-,.!~~).Ayram Illich; KOSTIVA, V., red. ye pnevina- [Universal. prieumatic latho chucks) Univers-alIrr ticheskie tokarnye- patrony. Suratov, Saratovskoe knizh- noe izd-vo, 1963. Ill p. (MIRA 17:7) o6523 SOV/141-58-1-13/14 AUTHOR: G~Vn~~,, A. M. TITLE: Some Characteristics of the Logical Structure of the GIFTI (Gor'kiy Physics-Engineering Research Institute) Computer and the Prograiu,.iing in Its Code. Part I. PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy, Radiofizika, 1958, Nr 1, pp 141-149 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The computer was designed for the solution of the engin- eering problems of average complexity and the logical prob- lems which arise in the machine building industry. The en- phasis in the design was laid on the miniaturization. The computer is of the series type and has two kinds of internal memories. The basic memory consists of 1984 cells which are situated on the 31-path magnetic drum, while the special mem- ory is in the form of the registers with re-circulation on the same drum. Each register has 2 cells, there being altogetber 32 cells of the special memory. Each cell of the basic memory.or of the special memory can contain one 32-bit word. The aaDdss time is on the average equal to one half revolution of the drum during the search in the basic memory and 1/128 revolution during the search in the special memory. The code of the computer is of the single-address type with regard to Card 1/3 the basic memory and 3-address type with regard to the special o6523 SOV/141-58-1-13/14 Some Characteristics of the Logical Structure of the GIFTI (Gorlkiy Physics-Engineering Research Institute) Computer and the Programming of Its Code. Part 1. memory. It is possible to perform operations with 32- or 64- bit numbers. The point in the code of a number is fixed. The control code consists of 32 bits. The orders can be situated in any (odd or even) cells of the memory. One of the import- ant characteristics of the machine is its method of performing the operations of re-addressing and reproduction. The order to be re-addressed which is standard in one of the cells of the memory, contains the initial address k 0 . The contents of this cell during the re-addressing are not changed. The storage of the products ti ( t is the step of the re- addressing and i is a parameter'controlling the process of re-addressing) is done in special cells which are known as the re-addressing cells. The contents of these cells are independent of the position of the re-addressing order in the memory. During the insertion of the re-addressing order into the current-order registerl the contents of the re- addressing cell are added to it, so that the re-address part Card 2/3 o6523 SOVI 141-58-1-13/14 Some C4.aracteristies of the Logical Structure of the GIFTI (Gorlkiy Physic#-Engineering Research Institute) Computer and the Programming of Its Code. Part I. of the order is equal to ko +-ti after its insertion into the current-order register. The constants of the re-addressing are inserted into another group of special cells. The pro- gramming of the machine is based on the operatorial method of programming devised by A. A. Lyapunov (Refs 4, 5 and 6). The programming procedure is described in some detail. The control facilities of the machine consist of a set of control- pulse generators and a set of functional devices. General characteristics of these devices are discussed in some detail. The second part of the article is to deal with the setting of the programmes and the discussion of the code of the computer. The paper contains I figure, 1 table and 6 Soviet references. ASSOCIATION: Issledovatel'skiy fiziko-tekhnicheskiy institut pri Gor vskom universitete (Physico-Engineering Research Institute Of ~Gorlkiy University) 41 SUBMITTED: June 19, 1957. Card 3/3