SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT GRIGOROV, K.V.  GRIGOROV, N.L.
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STARIK, I.Ye. (deceased); LILZ~TTL, F.L.; RAYEVSKIY, B.N.
Diffusion mth,4 for st?dfing ra~jyjjotopes. Part i GoefficJents of
diffusion of Sr7ii), Ce 1 1), Am . Th,,, 1, 4), and Np(V).
Radiokbimiia 6 no.4r4964.98 164. (MIRA 18:4)
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AUTHORS: Ye. (Corresponding mambei AN SSSP, Be
q,3 ~q i 71k ,  
Ginzburg,, k. L.~ Rqavz;1ab D. 11,
'TITLE: A study of the: state.:,of radioactive Isotopes,./It .extreme ly
dilute solutions by,:a:d1ffus_1on methbw
SOURCE: All SSSR. Dokllad~*', 157, no. 4, 1964, 926925,
~TOPIC TAGS fusion 'diffusion __a oeff.10 ient, rad'o active isotope#
Crv f
Pul~~V), Zr 4 144 Th (W ce (IIIY, Am (III) Cs (1)  Si (H)
CS Sr90P Oe 11 polymer,
Th mea loniecharge, Ization hydro
lytic polymerization productp~viscosizy, colloidal polymer
ABSTRACt*..ThediffUsloticoefficientr,.of Pu _(Ilr), Zr (I tV), Th (IV),
Ce (111)19 Am (III)o ds (1Y,and Sr (11) uvere, measured
va.14es were used in studying,the hydrolytic polymerization Droducts
~anWeterminl th mean loniocharge of the 1sotopes_Tsl34, sr9of
de 4 . and ThBJ4. '14eapuibmants were.made by the open tube ca
pillary
method described by..J1"S i'Anderson, K. Saddington (J. Chem. Boo.,
1949i, 381), The pH ot the solutions was adjusted to counteract ad
so (IV) and Zr (,IV) no less
ption'onto.thecapillary valL: for Fu
Car
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than 1 molar;,for 1h (IV) 00~ (A11I),.Am (ITI).not un,ler .'PH 2
f0 Cs M, Sr (II) Oomparlson of the diffusion.
UP to PH 115.
coefficients for Fu (IV) and Ce (III) obtained above with values'',
obtai "had described by I.Ye. Starik and A.I. Yurtov
ned bya mel,
(Radiokhl miya, 6, 4 (1964)) indicated the two methods yielded
:similar results. Viscositieswere measured with an Ostwald viscosi
meter; XemperbLturs were.25.0 t 0.05C; all concentrations.were under .
1 x 10~.gm.Aqn/l. Plotting, the change in.D /T (which wasconsider"*,I.,
ed to show the change in the radiusof the diffused Particle) V~*
acidity of the solution (fig. 1) showed polymerization occuiied at
about 0.3 14 Ml for Zr (IV),, at PH 1.4 for Pu (IV) and PH 3.7 f
Th (IV). Solubility produalus were determined; Th(011).,  lxlO
x 10 l x 1051) polymers
Pu(OH) 55, and Zr(OH)4 The reached
001101M~dilmenslons at a slightly lower hydrogen Ion concentration
than that ~at. which the solubility product was reached. The cogffl
cient of diffusion of zirconium In alkaline solutiona showed it
formed negatively'charged particles beyond p1l 7.5. Changing the
C11+_7..from 0.3 to 3. moles/l. did not cause any change In the rate of
zT a~d Th diffusion. This was assumed to confirm thekt ion mobility
In dilute colutions Is determined b3 thelsolvent structure, The
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increase in D /T.for Sr: (I I). Ce.(!Il) and Pu (IV) 'in mpre concen
trated Solutions wasconsidered que to nonWeal solution and
lorv
dehydration orchange in coin P16x 1~compo al t1 oy.L. , The reIntive decreass
J.n:the diffusion coefficients of cons on Increasing their concen.
tration from 105 to 1013 gm.  lons/l. 'vas de teratined Extrapoiatio~t
of the DI/T  10,4, curves to zero r114+3 gave values f or the diffu
. . G+ very olose to values obtain
sion rates of Cc (III) and r.(I1 a b
le
by the Nernst equation. The mean charge 'was calculatod for the
following ions, based.on the Nernst equation and on correlation of
experimental data: Sr (IX) c 2 0 0; Oe (111) 0; Th (IV) c 2.4;
Zr (IV)=%O; Fu (IV).2.2. lt~was oonoluded,,that the relatioruslAp'
betiteen the diffusion oefficient,aiidrtheo(jicLeentra"t"tion6.r
tbe dif
16ndbj,_be usedto determined its mean charge in dilute Golu;
tions. Orig. art. has 2, figures !.and 1 equations,
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LYTKIN, M.I.; GINZBURG, F.L.
Reimplantation of the skin in surgical management of combined wounds
of the soft tissue under experimental coAditions. Eksper. khir. 5
no. 2:5859 MrAp 160. (MIRA 14: 1)
(SKIN CRAKING)
STARIK, I. Ye.; GINZBURGq F. L.
State of microquantities of radioelements in solutions. Part 16:
Study of the state of americium by means of ion exchange.
Radiokhimiia 3 no1:4551 161. (MIPJI 14:3)
(Americium)
SOV/1375911352
Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Metallurgiya, 1959, Nr 1, p 180 (USSR)
AUTHORS Sirota, N. N., GirizbUrg, F. N,
TITLE: A Study of the Physical Properties of BiSb Alloys
(Izucheniye fizicheskikli svoystv splavov visrnLlt;i S SUr m0y)
PER10DICAL: Sb. nauchn. tr. Mosk. in1 tsvetti. niet. i zolotl. NaLIC111loICkhIl
ovo tsvetn. nictal.lurgii, 1957, Nr 30, pl) 2832191
ABSTRACT: Physical properties (thermoelectric power, electrical resist)VItV
hardness, microhardness: and modulus of elasticity) of I() BiSll
alloys were studied. The composition of the alloys varied frorn 0 to
1007o in increments of 5 atom%. Rodshapcd specirriells 1 111111 ill (11.
ameter obtained by casting in a graphite mold were annealed at a
temperature of 2400C for a period of 2 weeks. The shape of thu
hardness and microhardness curves is typical of systerris whicii form
a continuous series of solid solutions The maxima of tiiesc curvcs
correspond to an alloy containing 801/o Sb and 20% Bi. A we] I defined
maximum corresponding to an alloy with a composition of 15% Sb and
85% Bi is observed in curves representing .he electrical resistivity
Card 1 /Z and the thermoelectric power as functions of the concentration of
A Study of the Physical Properties of BiSb A] loys
SOV/13759 11 13152
the constituents. A slight deviation from additive behavior was observed in the
curve "modulus  ofelasticity vs. concentration"  In alloys containing 2030976 Sb
a certiin maximum is observed which coincides with the maxinia oil the curves
of elect rical resistivity and thermoclect ric power.
V. G~
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as ~; TSVNTAYJ9VA,Ye.H.; FAYATSYK, Y.Y.. redaktor; BEONSO..., A.H.,
LDR  Ij
ra+kltor; ROZEN, E.A.. tekhmichaskiy redaktor
[Let us increase the production of potatoes and vegetables; an
annotated bibliography) Uvelichim proizvodetvo kartofelia i ovoshchei;
annotirovannyi ukazatell literatury. HoskvIA. Goo. izdvo kullturrio
proevatitellnoi litry. 1956. 36 p. (MLRA 9:11)
1. Veavoyuznaya akademiya sel'skokhozymystvenafth nauk imeni
V.I.Lenina.
(BibliographyPotatoes)
(BibliographyVegetable gardening)
~4.11, 11INNS011, AJI.,redaktor;
YEGOROV, V.I.,rodaktor; BE
_Qj9ZSURQ,
YNIAGIII, A.Ye.,tekhnicheskiy redaktor
[More fruit, berries, and gropes; annotated bibliography]
Bol'ahe plodov, lagod i vinograda; annotirovannyl uknzatell
literatury. Moskva, Goo. izdvo kullturnoproov. litry, 1956.
63 p. (NLRA 101s)
1. Moscow. Tbentrallnaya nauchnaya eallskokhozyaistvotmaya
biblioteka.
(BibliographyFruit culture)
FAMMAIENIKO, Ye.T.; GIIMUFDO F.S.
[Bibliography of the works of Ij. Michurin and the literature
about him] BibllogTaflla trudov I.V. Michurina i literature, o
nem. [Sostavilteli X.Y. Parkhomenko i P.S. Ginsburg] Moskva.
Gos..izdvo aellkhoz. litry, 1958. 24,6 pe (MMA 11:10)
(BibliographyMichurin, ,Ivan Vladimirorvich. 18551935)
GINZBURG, G.
Housing
increased activity, of those with laborsaving ideas, Zhil.kom.khoz. 2 No. 3. 1952
Monthl_y List of Russian Accessions. Library of Congress, JuIY 1952. Unclassified.
MINIX, I.; GINZMMG, G.
. Production potentialities In operation. ZhIl.kom.khos. 4 no.4:
2226 154. (MM 7:7)
1. Glavnyy Inshener Saratovskogo savoda gazovoy apparatury (for
Mirkin) 2. Nachallulk planovoproisvodet"nnogo otdola (for
Ginsburg)
(Faucets)
GINZBURG, G.
Girl radio operators. Radio no.7:9 Jl 156. (ma 9:9)
l.Nachallnik radiestantsii Vitebskogo radiokluba (UC2K&S)
(Radio clubs)
G I r:J z B. I , ; ~ , " )(I .11. .
Ginzburg, G. A.  "Against limitations in the choice of cartographic projections",
le :;y A. K. Malo%ichko 1!1 the same is!~ue
(Some notes in connect,ion with the artic  I
of the 11SUornik"), S'Uorriik nauch.tekhn. i priozvod. szz,~ LCY PO 1:eod(:,ii. knvto~~rhfil,
topo~'rafii, aeros*yemke 1 gravimetrii, Issue 21, 19h8, p. 9()).
SO: U4110, 17 July 53, (Letopis 11"hurnal Inykii "AaL14, NO. D, D11)).
I
NZBLIR~~p
,~~ I %, PL.
Ginzburg, G. A.  "On certain basic p oblems in mathematical cafLo~;ra..hy",
Sborni.k nauch.Lekhn. i priozvod. statey po geodeziJ., kartografii, topograf.ii,
aerosllyemkc i Fravimetrii, Issue,22, 19h3, p. 91102,  bibliog: 20 items.
so: U4110, 17 July 53, (Letopis 'Zhurnal Inykh State,,, No. 19, l9h)).
~7~, 'I ; Z3M H'I, ~;. A.
230/15 CrEMURG, Ge A.. Proycktsiya To"IIGAIF.
I Ll ; i "
S,~mik nauch. ,o.1. Stall:. 1o jf~, f
 ekl~zi. I Prolz, ~ ra 11,
Aerocllen':e I Gravdmctrli, ITZP. 24, S. a~ ',; 2.
SO: Letopis, 110. 32, 1910
U ! 1 i Z B ulit" '~. A.
21363 GillZBLIPIG. G. A.
Ismledovaniya tsentrallno..c nat:cluoigLl!dova~,tlls;0.70
a
in3tituta 7eodezii, acros"eirld i kartografii (Tsnii'~a, h) 'Fo matnatichtskoy
kartogrofii. Trudy vtorogo vsegoyuz. Geo T. ' llozda. P. III, K. , 1 ~49, S 
0
"26  3 3 
SO: Letopis' ZhurnalInykh Statey, No. romkva, 194~,.
rjjj76ZFU'R,,'~, A.
21364 GitrzB uRc,,, ?, voproau 0 so',,Ir0'T(,erllICTl 80SWYarlii 1 'LZV"t'ya
niatematichemkoy kartof7afii. Voprosy ~,,~!ografii, SB. II S. )952.
"DO: L6topiml Zhurn&lInykh 3tatey, No. 2~, !.~rlmkva, 194~,.
GIEZDUHG, G. A.
Matumviticheskoe oboanovanJa kart, lcompleknnykh tairovykh geografichfokikh aidarjoy
Sathematical basis of maps of contprehensivo geographic atlascs of the viorig.
mosk.va, ieodezizdat, 1952. 140 p.
SO: Yonthly List of Russian Accessions, Vol. 6, No. 5, August 1953.
CITT17BURG3 G. A.
ItProfile of Displacement of Firs and Oaks in Belorussian SSR"
Izv. AN BSSIZ, No 5, 193195, 1953
The method of profiles was employed to clarify geopraphical differences
in the state of forests according to species and in connection with the
taxation formula of leskhoz plantinf.:, etc. The profile was carried
out along 280 East Lonj.itude, dividinr Belorussian SSR into equal
parts and cutting the 12 leskhozes. The fir parts (in percent of
forest cover) from north to south falls from hO.O to 0.5"b, and the
oak increases from 0.1 to 9.2410.23'j. (RZhGeol, 110 3, 19510
so: V.31187, 8 Mar 5
GITEBU130, G. A.
"New Variants of Polyconic and X Azimuthal Projections"
Sb. ref. Tsentr. ni. inta geod., aeros'yemki i kartogr., 111c, 2, .9r4,. 7678
A brief description of two new polyconic and three azimuthal projections
applied in modern USSR cartographic publications of the world, the Soviet
Union, etc. Polyconic projections carry intermediate distortion are obtained
by numerical analysis. Azimuthal projections are distinguished by small
distortions of areas and exhibit the spherical shape of the terrestrial
surface. They are obtained by a parameter entering the projection equations
and using coordinates of the central point. (RZhAstr, No 10, 1955)
SO: SumNo 787, 12 Jan 56
GIN'ZBURG, G.A.
Subdivision of methods and procedures of obtaining new cartographic
projections. VOP9009 n034:108116 f54. (MLRA 7,12)
(Map projection)
T
GINZBURG)6 G. A.
"Geographic Disbribution of Forests of the Byelo
russian SSR, and Their Utilization. (A Historical and Geographical
Study)." Byelorussion State U imeni Lenin, Minsk, 1955.
(Dissertation for the Degree of Candidate in Geographical Sciences)
SO: M955s 16 Feb 56
GINZBURG G.A.. kandidnt t oldinicheBkildi nAuk. dotsemt.
Using americal methods to obtain the projection for world(maps.Trudy
MlIGAIr no.21:319 155 KLRA loil)
1. Hookovskiy instutut iumhenerov geodezii, Irafedrm mntemnticheskoy
kartograf ii,
(K" projection)
_g_qq'rgiy..AlekOaAd;ZovtOh; YANKOV, G.V., red.; KOKARIKOVA, L.M.,
GINZBURGk
red.izdva; ROMANOVA. Y.Y., tekha.red.
(Constructing grid lines on geographic maps according to graphic
methods] Postroente setok meridianov I parallelei geografichookikh
kart v oenovnom grafichaskimi priememi. Moskva, Ixdvo goodez.
litry. 1957. 25 p. (MIRA 11:2)
(Cartography)
UIIWL  ; SALKANOVA, T.D.; GEDYKIN, A.V*, redaktor atlas&; SHAWOVA,
?&A*, red^ktor isdat*11stva; KMININ, GA., tekhnichaskLy redaktor.
(Charts for selecting map projections] Atlas dlia vybors lartagraft
o'heskikh proektail. Moskva. Isdvo geodes. litry, 1957. 237 P,
(rianingrad, fftritrallriyl nauchnoIssledovatollskii institut goode
01, aspos"emki I kRrtografii. Trudy, no.110). (NLRL 1018)
(VALP ProJection)
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AUTHORS: Ginzburg, G. A., Salmanova, T. D.
TITLE: Transactions of the Central Scientific Research In
stitute of Geodesy, Aerial Surveying and Cartography.
Vol. 110. Atlas for the Selection of Cartographic
Projections (Trudy Tsentrallnogo nauchnoissledovatell
skogo instituta geodezii, aerosl'ygmki i kartografii.
Vypusk 110: Atlas dlya vybora kartograficheskikh
proyektsiy)
PUB. DATA: Izdatellstvo geodezicheskoy literatury, Moscow,
1957, 240 pp., 2000 copies
ORIG. AGENCY: Glavnoye upravleniye geodezii I kartografii MVD SSSR
EDITOR: Gedymin, A.V.; Editor of the Publishing House:
Shamarova, T.A.; Technical Editor: Kuzlmin, G. M.
PURPOSE: This atlas is designed to facilitate the selection of
projections for various types of geographic maps in
cartographic plants. The atlas may be used for educa
tional purposes.
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Transactions of the Central Scientific Research Institute (Cont.)
COVERAGE: The first (or Introductory) part of the atlas enumer
ates about 140 standard types of projections based on the
mathematical criteria employed in map making. The second and
main part contains 76 selected recommendations for various pro
jections of cartographic grids with their basic contours, the
isocoll lines (i.e. lines of equal angular and areal distor
tion),.and different scales. The examples demonstrate the prac
tical application of definite projections for definite areas.
The appendix contains tables of rectangular coordinates of the
points needed in the construction of cartographic grids for all
the recommended projections. In compiling the atlas the authors
relied upon the experience of the TsNIIGK (Tsentrallnyy nauchno
issledovatellskiy institut geodezii, aeroslly~imkl I kartografii
Central Scientific Research Institute of Geodesy, Aerial Fhotoz/_
raPhy,and Cartography). The personalities mentioned are:
SOlov yilv, M.D., Mukhin, A. P., Garayevskaya, L.S., Ivanov, Yu.m.,
Artamonov, G.V., Bashlavina, G.N. Larina, D.A., Urmayeva, N.A.,
and Filippov, yu. V. There are 81 maps and 76 tables. All
58 references are Soviet.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword 3
Introduction 5
Part I. Basic Principles in Selecting Cartographic Pro
jections. Significance of Individual Factors
Ch. I. General Rules of Selecting Geographic Map
Projections
1. Outline of principles in selecting projections 8
2. Significance of distortions 9
3. R61e of the size of the territory to be mapped 13
4. Rdle of the outline and the location(latitude
and longitude) of the territory to be mapped 14
5. Purpose and format of the map and the mode
of its use 14
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6. Considerations of map content 16
7. Additional requirements origirating In the
map's place in the composition of an ensemble 18
Ch.II. Selection of Projections for Mapping Rayons,
Oblasts., Countries and Large Portions of
Continents
8. Maps of rayons, obla8ts, krays,autonomous
republics and union republics of the USSR 19
9. Maps of foreign countries and territories 20
10. Maps of the large constituent parts of the
Soviet Union and of the USSR as a whole 20
11. Maps of large nonSoviet portions of the
continents 23
ChIII. Selection of Projections for Maps of Con
tinents and Oceans
12. Maps of continents and polar regions 24
13. Maps of oceans 25
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e. Soviet Far East 45
f. Western portion of the USSR 47
g. European Russia 48
h. RSFSR 49
J. USSR 50
II. Projections for Maps of Large Parts of Con
tinents (except the USSR)
a. Western Europe 58
b. NonSoviet Asia 59
c. Southeast Asia 6o
d. China 61
e. Africa  Northern Half 64
f. Africa  Southern Half 65
g. Can&4& and Alaska 66
h,. Mexico and Central America (including the
West Indies) 67
J. Cordilleras of North and Central America 68
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III. Projections for Maps of Continents and Polar Regions
a. Europe
b. Asia
c. Africa
d. North America
e. South America
g.
h.
J.
IV. Projection
a.
b.
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f. Latin America
Australia
Australia and Oceania
Arctic Region
for Maps of Oceans
Pacific and Indian Oceans
Pacific Ocean and Antarctica
Atlantic Ocean
70
71
73
73
75
75
76
77
77
80
82
85
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d. Atlantic and Arctic Oceans 87
e. Indian Ocean 88
f. Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans 89
V. Projections for Maps of the Hemispheres and
Parts of the Globe Slightly Larger Than a
Hemisphere
a. Western and eastern hemispheres 92
b. Northern hemisphere 95
c. Continental and oceanic hemispheres 96
d. Parts of the globe larger than a hemispher e 97
e. Hemispheres of the Earth regarded as a pla net 98
VI. Projections of World Maps 99
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Appendices
I. Tables of rectangular coordinates for Mercator's
transverse equiangular cylindric projection 115
II. Tables of rectangular coordinates for Gauss'
transverse equiangular cylindric projection 135
III. Tables of rectangular coordinates for map pro
jections included in this atlas 141
IV. Index of recommended projections 236
Bibliography
AVAILABLE: Library of Congress
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61110/13
AUTHOR: Ginzburg, G.A., Candidate of Technical 3ciences
TITLE: On the Projection of Maps in the Regional Atlases (0 proyektai
yakh kart regionallnykh atlasov)
PERIODICALs Geodeziya i Kartografiya, 1957, Nr 11, pp. 6871 (USSR)
ABSTRACTt This problem is treated in connection with the elaboration of
complex geographical atlases of the Union republics of the USSR.
It is necessary to lay down the mathematical foundations for
these maps, demands made on these maps and recommendations for
the projections in these maps are described.here. As most of
the Union republics, beside the Russian federation, are not so
large, the modification of the projection on the dimensions and
the form of representation is of little importance and does
not cause any great changes of the contours in rid lines. There
are 5 Slavic references.
AVAILABLEs Library of Congress
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3(2) PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/2679
Ginzburg, Georgiy Aleksandrovich
Posobiye po izmereniyam na melkomasshtabnykh kartakh (manual of Measuring an
Small Scale Maps) Moscow, Geodezizdat, 1958. 135 P. (Series:
Tsentrallnyy nauchnoissledovatellskiy institut geodezii, aeros"yemki i
kartografii. Trudy, vyp. 119) Errata slip inserted. 1,300 copies printed.
Sponsoring Agency: Glavnoye upravleniye geodezii i kartografii.Ministerstvo
~ vnutrennikh del SSSR.
Ed.: A. V. Gedymin; Ed. of Publishing House: G. A. Shamarova; Tech. Ed.:
V. V. Ronnova.
PURPOSE: This book is intended for geographers, cartographersor other special
ists using small scale maps for determination of distance or area.
COVERAGE: This book explores the various methods of determiniaj~ distances, areas,
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Manual of Measuring (Corit.)
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and azimuths from small scale maps. Distortion characteristics and factors
of various commonly used small scale map projections are treated in detail.
There are many ~Lids in the form of tables and nomograms to assist in making
measurements. Examples of each type of determination are included. Among the
tables is one listing some 325 Soviet cities by coordinates to the nearest
minute of are. The author thanks N. M. Volkov, A. V. Gedymin, D. A. Larin,
N. A. Urmayev (deceased), G. V. Yanikov, T. D. Salimanova, and V. P. Kondrat'
yeva. There are 28 bibliographic references: 27 Soviet and 1 English. There
is a reference list of 11 atlases; 8 Soviet and 3 English.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Fbrword
3
Introduction 5
Ch. I. General Information on Distortions and Accuracy of
Yeasurement
1. Distortions in cartographic projections 6
Types of distortion 6
Characteristic magnitudes of distortions 8
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Calculating the effect of distortions in measurements 13
2. Factors affecting the accuracy of measurement results 14
3. Attainable limits of accuracy. Required accuracy of
measurements 18
Ch. II. Problems on Point Coordinates. Determining Distances
4. Problems related to geographic coordinates of points 20
Introductory remarks 20
Densifying the net of geographic coordinates 24
Determining geographic coordinates of points and plotting
points on a map from their coordinates 27
5 Constructing great circles and rhumb lines. Determining
distances without measuring segments on a map 32
Introductory remarks; plotting great circles and rhumb lines 32
Determining great circle lengths 38
6. Determining distances by measuring segments of some conical
and cylindrical projections 43
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Introductory remarks 43
Determining distances on conformal cohice.1 projections 44
Determining distances on conical equidistant projections 44
Determining distances on perspective cylindrical 11 45
Determining distances on Mercator's Conformal Cylindrical
projections 47
7. Determining distances by measuring segments on some azimuthal
projections 54
Determining distances on a Lambert Azimuthal EqualArea
Projection using a radial nomogram with circular finders 54
Determining distances on a Lambert Azimuthal EqualArea
Projection using grid nomograms 58
Determining distances on Postel's Equidistant Azimuthal
Projection using grid nomograms 61
Ch. III. Determining Areas and Angles
6. Determining areas, 64
Introductory remarks 64
Determining areas using tables of areas (by map sheet limits) 65
Measuring areas with a plwiimeterx or template taking the value
of the area within sheet limits as a standard 67
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Measuring areas by.sectione (zones)
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70
9. Determining directions and angles 77
Introductory remarks 77
Determining directions and angles without directly measuring them 79
Measuring angles on Mercator (Projection) maps 81
Measuring angles on maps with azimuthal projections 83
Appendix
1. Lengths of arcs of meridians and parallels (tables) 89
2. Areas of degree quads (tables) 90
3. TOles for determining: a) the shortest distance between
points and b) azimuths of great circles 93
4. Catalog of geographic coordinates of points (nearest minute)
located in the USSR and other countries 113
Bibliography and geogmphic atlases
AIVAILABLE: Library of Congress
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133
MM/fal
12659
3(2) SOV/1 5458611/22
AUTHOR: Ginzbure, G. A. Docent, Candidate of Technical Sciencs~B
TITLE: The Correlation of Distortions in the Projection of Geographical
Maps (0 sootnosheniyakii mezlidii i8kazheniyaini v proyektoiyakh
goograficlicokikh kart)
PLRIODICAL: Izvestiya vysf3hikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Geodezi.%,,a i
ar,,rofotos"yemka, 1958, Nr 6, fP 103110 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: This study concerns some important practical problems connuct(d
with the determination of the relationship between a) tile 'Jif
ferent diatortions in the same projection, and b) equal dio
tortions in different projections. a) According to formula (I
nomographB can be built up. These will determine a, b, p,G)('3~"
as well as the correlation between them with an accuracy suf
ficient for practice. a and b are lengths, p  surfaces,  an
gles. Other nomographs are given for the relations of the 7 val
ues: a, b, p, (,j, m, n, F_ . m  scale oil tile meridian, n  scale
on the parallel. ExampleB are ,,iven. b) Tile question of the
relationship between equal distortions in.different projections
is investigated in a general form, and the following is stated:
Card 1/2 if, in the point of an equally large projection and in the point
SOV/15458611/22
The Correlation of Distortions in the Projection of Geographical Maps
of an equidistant projection, the ocalc of the lengths a shows
the same value, the maximum distortion of the ambles e,.j in the
point of the equally large projection iu nearly twice as bip.
There are 7 figures, 2 tablea, and 4 references, 3 of which
are Soviet.
ASSOCIATION: Tsentrallnyy nauchnoisBledovatellokiy institut geodezii,
aerofotos"yemki i kartagrafii (Central Scientific Research In
atitute of Geodesy, Air Survey and Cartography)
SUBIMITTED: May 15, 1956
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3(2)
AUTHOR: Ginz.burg.G. A,,, Candidate of sov/656129/14
Technical Sciences
TITLE: The Tasks of Mathematical Cartography in the USSR in the Field
of SmallScale Maps (0 zadachakh matematicheskoy kartorafii
0.
v SSSR v oblasti molkomasshtabnykh kart)
PERIODICAL: Geodeziya I kartografiya, 1958, Nr 12, PP 4853 (USSR)
LBSTRACT: The basic courses of mathematical cartography published before
the war in the USSR surpassed those abroad both by theoretical
standard and completeness of their references. But today they
are obsolete. The tasks in connection with the development in
the field of smallscale maps are pointed out here:
1) Theoretical tasks. A classification of projections accordine
to genetical characteristics is to be worked out, the project
of the GOST for the terminology and symbolic representation in
mathematical cartography is to be completed. A relatively
critical analysis of the methods of obtaining cartographical
projections is to be carried out. 1,19thods of obtaining
projections which are already anticipated by the demands of
practice should be developed. Methods of obtaining the whole
Card 1/3 mathematical basis of smallscale maps are to be developed.
Tho Tasks of Mathematical Cartography in the UB.".;R SOV1658129114
in the Field of'SmallScale Maps
Graphicalanalytical methods of determining the mathematical
basis'of maps should be improvod. 2) Theoretical and
scientificpractical tasks. Thooo includo the following:
Mathematical bases of individual maps on small sic"Lle,
mathematical bases of serial maps. Working out of such
projections for special maps which could facilitate
cartometrical work. The problem of usitir highly efficient
caloulatore in mathematical cartography should be utudied in it
theoretical respect, and some projections under especially
complica*ted conditions should be worked out in the form of an
experiment. 3) Scientificpractical tasks. On the basis of
experimental investigation and generalization of practical
data, the admissible rates of distortion on smallscale maps
must be fixed. The demands put forward to the mathematical
elements of special maps should be defined. The criteria for
evaluating'the quality of projections and the mathematical
bases of maps as a whole should be submitted for further
examination. The development in the design of transformers of
various types should be continued. Measuring instrumentsshould
be improved. Simple, easy methods must be worked out for the
Card 2/3 approximate determination of lengths, ar'eas and angles on
The Tasks of Mathematical.Cartography in the USSR sov16rB129114
in the Field of SmallScale Maps
smallscale mapB. 4) Educational tasks. A toxtbook of
mathematical cartography for cartographicgeodetical high
schools and for aspirants must be published. Another means of
instruction should be edited for teachers. Smallscale maps
should be provided with explanations on the properties of tho
projection (as they are also used by many nonexpert 
engineers, technicians, etc.). There are 6 Soviet references.
Card 3/3
GI19BURG, G.A.
Reanuring device for tile achool globe. Gmog. v shkole 21 no. 1:53
54 JOF 158. (MIRA 11:7)
(Physical geographyAudiovimml aids)
GIMURG, G.A.
Projection and compilation of geogrephical maps in the presentdav
atlases of foreIgn countriese Vopegeoge no.42:168177 158.
(MIRA 11:11)
(Cartograpby)
GINZBURG, G. A. Doe Tech Sci  (diss) "The mathematical basis of smallscale
geographic maps." Mos, 1959. 23 pp (Min of Higher Education USSR. Mos Inst
of Engineers of Geodesy, Aerial Photography, and Cartography), 150 copies.
Printed by duplicating machine. List of author's works p 23. (KL, 4459, 126)
_18
AUTHOR: Ginzburg,_,_q_,A..  SOV?1059126/32
?rojection
TITLE:
PERIODICAL:
ABSTRACT:
Systems and Their Use in Geography,
Navigation, Topometry, etc by F. Reignier (F. Renl
ye~Sistemy proyektsiy i ikh prilozheniye k geografii,
0
kartografii, navigatsii, topometrii i t.d.)
Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR, Seriya geografiche
0
skaya, 1959, Nr 1, PP 152153 (USSR)
This is a review of an article of the same title
published by the National Geographic Institute of
France in 1957.
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C *4
Ell;
'a
17
14
J I
41
GnIZBURG,G.A.
Mathmatical elements of the mLltileaf world map.
no. 3:401,7 Mr 161. (Map projection)
Geod. I kart.
(MIRA 14:4)
GINZBURGp G.A.; SAIMANOVA, T.D.
Using numorical analysis in mathenatical cartography. Trudy TSIIIICAIK
no.153:579 162. (1aRA 17:9)
311ZIMIn, G.A.
Using nuirograptr sUcidations in imatlhaa,ic~d carto~;rap~.,,. Trudy
TSNIIGAIK no. 53, &1151 OURA 17.9)
KREMFOL'SKIY) Viktor Fedorovich; MEKLER, Norl to, Flaksovich;
GINNURG, Georgiy Aleksandrovlch; KNEW, A.M., retsenzent;
EDELISHTEYN, AN., red.; WRAZIR11KOV, V.I., red.izdva;
ROMANOVA, V.V., tekhn. red.
(The cartographer's manual] Spravochnik kartografa. Moskva,
Gosgeoltekhizdat, 1963. 416 p. (MIRA 17:3)
G]21ZBURG, G.A.; SAUIMIOVA, T.D.; GEDVOI, A.V., red.
(Manual on mathematical cartography] Posobie po matematichoskoi
kartografli. Moskva, Nedra, 1964. 456 p. (14oscow. TSentrallnyi
nau~hnoissledovatellskii institut geodezii, aerostlemki i karto
grafii). (MIRA 18:1)
1. TSentrallnyy nauchnoissledovatellskiy institut geodezii,
aeros'Iyemki i kartografii (for GinzbLirg, Salmanova).
GINZBURG, G.B.: ALEKSANDROVA, M.S. (Smolenek)
Case of paragonimiasis of the bings in conjunction with md
monary tuberculosis. Frobl.tub 36 no.7:115116 '58.
(MIRA 12:8)
(TUBHRCULOSIS) (LUNGSDISFASES)
IVIROGRADFlIML) F. R.) GITTZSIJRG) G. F.j VED0116VA, L. I.) FAUIUICTuZIvILL,. ~~. Ub
"The Application of Refrigeration for Prolon;,red Preservation of Blood."
Report submitted for the 10th Intl. Refrigeration Congress, Copea:Wen,
19 August  2 September 1959.
AID P  2207
Subject USSR/Aerodynamics
Card 1/1 Pub. 135  8/18
Author Ginzburg, G., Eng. Lt. Col.
Titl '

ri
e l
ified method o
mp f sighting
Periodical Vest. vozd. flota, 6, 4347, Je 1955
Abstract The author explains the special use of the gun sight when
time is restricted due to high relative speeds of the
firing aircraft and its target. Ile mentions gun sights
ASP3N, PBP1, PKI, ASPlN, and explains his method of
sighting using them in his exam ples.
Institution : None
Submitted : No date
AID P  5446
Subject USSR/AeronaUtiC.3  training
Card 1/1 Pub. 135  23/31
Author Ginzburg, G. I., Eng.Lt.Col.
Title To improve the equipment of firing ranges
Periodical Vest. vozd. flota, 1, 79, Ja 1957
Abstract The author says that in the interest of gunnery training
the present equipment of firing ranges, which in some
educational Institutions and Alr Force units does not
meet the necessary training requirementa, should be
improved.
Institution : None
Submitted : No date
DUBROVINSKIYP S.B.; NURULLAYEV, D.Kh.; qLN~BURG, G.M.; MELINIK, Ye.Yu.
Epidemiologlcal analysis of the poliomyelitis Incidence in the city
of Tashkent during 1953 to 1958. Trudy TashNIIVS 6:109124 161.
(MIRA 15:11)
(TASHKENTPOLIOMrELITIS)
KAPOVSKAYA, R.A.; AKHMEDOVA, D.R.; MEVZOS, L.M.; PYZHOVA, M.I.; Prini=al
uchastiyes GINZ13URG G.M.
2:~~~
Materials on the epidemiology of Botkin's disease in Tashkent.
Trudy TashNIIVS 61l67174 161. (MIRA 15:11)
1. Tashkentskaya gorodBkaya eanitarnoepidemiologicheakaya stantstya.
(TASHKENTHEPATITIS, INFECTIOUS)
GINZBURG, G.M., inzh.
Experimental industrial welding of the main steam line
without outgoing Insert rings in the Yaroslavi Thermal
Electric Power Plant No3. Energ stroi. no33:3943 163.
(MIRA 17:8)
1. Trest "TSentroenergomontazh".
GIIJZFJJRU", 'U.M., !nzh.
Engf.naenng and ecconom!. 'nd.lces of the of the fl4r5t.
200 Mw. block in ZaInsk State Regional Flant.
Energ. 8troi. no.38;6164 "64. (I'4,Rfi 17~10,
1. T7eal. "Volgoenergomon"ash."
GIVZBURG, G.M.., inzh.
Oxygenflux cutting of chromenickel austenite steel. Inerg. stroi.
no.1:124126 '59. (MIRA 13:2)
l.Trest "Wentroenergomontazh".
(Gas welding and cutting)
Gjnzb 0 M On uniqueness conditions for limit dis
TMdTtM=.Rwtiva AkA. Naul. SSSik. Skr, ki it 15,
56,1580 (1951). (ftussiaii'i
"This pa1wr 11V01"'W" ;i~lfj quaif lent ( 'Itldl
tiolls for tile of tile IlIvIking di".ributiotl (a~
t dou'llillw by tile
kV
IWi(a. A  MY).
wilvri. A(Y) mid B(Y), are :1nalytic fullctimls (if y for all
Prow the atfflwr'~f volw1ary.
Vol I ~j 7
M.
SUBJECT USSR/MATHEMATICS/Theory of probability CARD i/1 PG  81
AUTHOR GINZBURG 0.11.
TITLE on 211 di t
Y'm s ributione which are determined by stochastic equations,
where the function of dispersion has an infinite number of zeros.
PERIODICAL Doklady Akad. Nauk 102., 441444 (1955)
reviewed 6/1956
In an earlier paper (IzveDtija Akad. Nauk, Ser. mat. IL 563 (1951)) the
author has investigated the uniqueness of the conti.nuous and of the discrete
limit distribution which is given by the stochastic differential equation
A y  A (y) At + f01' p y) f,&"t
The proofs were given for the case that the dispersion function
'f 2G(' Y)
B(Y) F
has a finite number of zeros. In the present paper it is assumed that B(Y)
has infinitely many zeros. The earlier sufficient conditions remain true in
this case; but the behavior of the function A(y) changes in the zeros of B(y).
The necessary conditions of the earlier paper can be extended to the new
case under certain assumptions. Pinally the author gives several examples
of stochastic equations in which the dispersion function has infinitely many zeros.
INSTITUTION: Educational Institute Ljwov.
SOV/44  58  It  265P,
from: Referativnyy Z'hillClal, Platematika, 1958,
Nr 4, p 9 (USSR)
AUTHOR: Ginzburg, G.M.
TITIE:GnT!~~iCchlng the "Elementary Fixrctians" Section in a
Cou.se on the Theoxr of Panoticns of a Complex Variable
in a Pedagogical InsI.itute (0 p.3pcjaavarii razdela
"Elan,e_rL'u.arnZrYe fir~ktsii" it kuirse 'leoril fuTLIctsiy
peremennogov L.istitu'~;e)
PERIODICAL: Dopovidl. ',a povidomlenz4ya.. LIv4vsj.,.. dq:zY.. pad. int,
1957, Nr 2j pip 26  29
ABSTRACT: Bibliographic entr7.
cal,jL Ii/I
51137/61/W0/012/104/149
A0061AICI
4AUTHOR G:Lnzburg, G.~ M.
TITLEs OxYgonflux Mtting of chromenickel austenite stools
PERIODICAL: Referativ7W zhurnal, Metallurgiya, no. 12, 1961, 49,. abstract
12E313 ("Energ. strvo" I(II) MoscowLeningrad, 1959, 124126)
TEM Tnformation is given on experiments in cutting 1X18B9T (lKhl8N9T)
and 1X18%2M3T,(1Kh18N12") steel when manufaeturing blanks for welded shaped
parts (sleeves, conneating parts, braneh bipes) in~assembly shops of "Tsentro
energomontazh" Trust. An YOP2 (UFR2) unit was employed. Diagrams of the unit,
the flux feeder and the cutter arepresented. To increase the service life of
the nozzle, a quenchhardened Y8 (u8) steel Insert was pressed into the cutting
channel of the cutter. Grade BC(VS) Fepowder of the Sulin Plant was used as a
flux. The flUX Must be dried and sieved through a screen with 100 meshes per
cm2. Steel, 6  12 mm thick, was out. Cutting conditions are given. In the
casethat edges are chamfered for welding, they are protected on emery disks
after cutting. If the sheets are 5  6 mm thick, overheating of the edges
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S/137/61/000/012/104/149
Oxygen flux cutting of chromenickel ... A006/A101
is prevented by the use of less active flux, as e.g. a mixture of Fepowder
with quartz sand.
Ye.. Terpugov
[Abstracter's note.: Complete translationI
Card 2/2
GINZBUIW,, G.14.. inzh.; GARIN. I.I.. inzh.
Asnombling, the heating surface of a boiler after complotion
of brickdork. Elsista 31 no.1:7576 Ja 160.
(MM 13:5)
(Boilers)
L;11 10
AQ06/A 10 1
AUITIORS: Ginzburg, G.M., Bibikov, A.V., Engineers
TITLE: Autpmatic argonare welding of f Ixed I X 18 HqT (lKhl8N9T) ziteel
pipe butte
PERIODICALz Svarochnoye proizvodstvo, no. 2,1962, 21  23
TEXT: Information is given on a new method of welding fixed IKhlBNgT steel
pipe butts in argon atmosphere developed by the laboratory of "Tsentroenergomon
tazh" Trust. Pipes, 32 x 3 M in diameter, are welded without. beveling the edges,
but using h filler wire during the second pass. The process is carried out in
two passes on the ATB'M (ATVM) automatic machine. Pass one, without filler wire,
assures full penetration Of.the.seam root; the second pass serves to reinforce
the joint. Welding conditions are given in Table 2. The new method does not
raise proneness 'of weld Joints to intercrystalline corrosion nor does It Impair
the structure of the weld fetal; it assures high mechanical properties of the
wOld Joints. The assimilation of automatic welding of 32x3 mm diameter pipes and
the use of consumable rings for the manufabture of power station pipelines reduces
labor consumption for preparative operations of welding and assembly, and increase
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Automatic argonare welding ...
labor efficiency. There are 3 tables and 5 figures.
S/135/62/000/002/005/0 10
Aoo61AIOI
ASSOCIATIONi Trest "Tsentroenergomontazh" Mini8terstva stroitel'stva elektrostan
tsiy SSSR ("Tsentroenergomontazh!' Trust of the USSR Ministry of Power
Station Building)
Thble 2:
a  pass; 'b  welding.speed in m/h; c  wide feed ra*te in m/h; d  current in
amps; e are length in mm; 'f  arc voltage in v; g argon consumption in
l1h; for the torch: . i  forthe blast,
d e a f 1 PWICA Aproms
ToK Raw g
nPox,
ropeny zi Omys
12~14
's., 137141 $960:91500,12:161130.11
Note: Fille.r wire (;B,04,Xl9HllM3,(Sv04Khl9NllM3) of 1.6 in diameter is
used.,
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LEY71,Wi, M.Z.; ALFEPOVA, V.B.; K.UZ11TRIOVA, M.L.; SLAMA, Kh.M.;
ZJIDAUOVA, L.D.j MOXEYEVA, A.D.; BOGAGHEVA, R.I.; GBZWRG,G.M.;
GOTGILIF, M.M.; SMIRNOVA, T.T.
Study of the effectiveness of subcutaneous immunization
against dysenter7 with Chernokhvostov's alcohol vaccine.
Trudy Tash. NINS 5:5971162. (MIRA 16t10)
(DYSEFTERY PREVM;TIVE DIOCULATION)
KHEYPETS, L.B.; LEYTMAN, MZ.; KUZ'MINOVA, M.L.; SAININ, L.V.;
SLAVINA, A.M.; ZHDANOVA, L.D.; PLETNEVA, O.G.; KOYENMAN, L.I.;
GINZBURG, G.M.; VARSANOVA, Ye.Ya.; MELINIK, Ye.Yu.
Studies on the epidemiological effectiveness of alcohol
corpuscular and chemical sorbed typhoid and paratyphoid
fever vaccines. Zhur. mikrobiol., epid. i immun. 33 no.7:
5359 J:L '62. (MIRA 17:1)
1. Iz Moskovskogo instituta vaktain i eyvorotok imeni
Mechnikova i Tashkentskogo instituta vaktsin i syvorotok.
YUNUS'We., Kh.%, prrf.,~ LOGINOV, N,S., dtocnt; GINfTURG, G.M.
CI iniral Pnd &i idemiologicaj charac, fArlstlzil of epidemic hepatitis
In childr6n. 22~20:11211 162.
(MIW 18'.10)
I
1. FLfedra dl,3klkh inf.kt3!y (zav. kafedroy  F;rof. Kh.A.Yunuscva)
T&4hkofitnkl,lgo gcsud,,rofvennog mdJtsInskc;f,,c irk3tltuta.
KH9YFETS, L.B.; SALMIN, L.V.; LEYTMAN, M.Z.; KUZIWNOVA, M.L.;
VASIL'YEVA, A.V.; GALIPERIN, I.P.; SLAVINA, A.M.; 221DANOVA, L.D.
PLETNEVA, O.G.; VARSANOVA, Ye.Ya.; GINZBURG, G.M.; GLYAZER, N.G.;
MELINIK, Ye.Yu.
Comparative evaluation of typhoid fever vaccine prepared by various
methods, materials from an epidemiological experiment in 10,61.
Zhur. mikr6biol., epid. i imm. 41 no. 2:7076 F 164.
(MIRA 17:9)
1. Moskovskiy institut vaktsini syvorotok imeni Mochnikova,
Tashkentskiy institut vaktsin i syvorotok i Ashkhabadskiy
institut epidemiologil, mikrobiologii i gigiyeny.
IC 
MELINIKOVA, A.A., SEMENOVA, V.A., SOLOVIYEVA, H.K., SIMMOVA, L.P.
GIMBURG, G.N.
Yo.rmation of actinoxanthin; a new antitumor antibiotic [with
summary in English]. Antiblotiki I no.1:1822 Ta7158 (MIRA 11:5)
1. Otdol novykh antibiotikov Vaesoy'uznogo nnuchnoisnledovntel'
skogo institute.
(ACTINOKYCES,
globieporus, prod. of nntitumot antiblot
actinoxnathine (Rue))
(ANTIBIOTICS,
actinoxanthine, antitumor activity & Drod. by
Actinomyces globisporus (Rue))
(CYTOTOKIC DRUGS.
same)
BEKHER, Z*E.; RODIOTIOVA, Ye.G.; YEGOROVA, la.l.; SINITSINA, Z.T.; GINZBURG,
G.N.   
Producer and biological properties of, and fermentation experiments
on preparation No. JZ5. Trudy Vses. inst. sel'khoz. mikrobiol. 17:
147152 '60. (MIRA 153)
(Antibiotics)
I
SEMENOVA, V.A.; SOLOV'YFVA, IN.E.: 'MyIi':'VSII'AyiI' I.S.: De'TNIYEVA' V.S.;
TRJOITPIbEltd, D.M,; RODIONOMWA, E.I.; CHERENKOVit, L.V.;
XPOKPLOV, A.S.; BYCHKOVA, M.M.; GINZBURG, G.N.
Antibiotic phytobacteriomycin, effective in controlling bacteriosis
in plants. Trudy Vses. inst. sel'khor.. mikrobiol. 17:131139 '60.
(FJRA 15:3)
(Antibiotics) (Bacteria, Phytopathogenic)
G1N58U.U,, 0. R.
"Sanitar
.~ Control for Meat and Meat Products In Prerevolutiongry Rulgia
and in the USSR." Sub 30 Jan 51, Central In3t for Advanced Training of
Physicians.
Dissertations presented for science and engineering degrees in Moscow
during 1951.
SO: Sum. No. 480, 9 May 55.
1. CTNIZUBURG, G. R.
2. USSR (600)
4. Medical Economi~,s
7. "Renumeration of medical personnel." I. Ya. Byelikov, 1. S. Ermolayev.
Reviewed by G. R. Gimburg. Feltd. i akush. no. 11, 1952.
9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, Fbmary 1953. Unclassified.
GINZBURG, G.R., kandidat meditsinakikh rail (Moscow)
f :,e
mCollection of important official data on sanitation and epidemic
control." T.I.Boldjvrev [professor]. V.M.Zhdanov (professorj, ode.
Reviewed by G.R.Ginsburg. Felld. i akush. no.7:6263 JL '54.
(HLRA 7:7)
(EPIMMOLOGY) (RMLIC HICA
GINZBURG, G.R. tr
"Rights of mothers and children," S.E.Kopelianskaia. Reviewed by
G.R.Ginzburg. Med.seetra no3:3031 Mr '54. (MLRA 7:2)
(Maternal and infant welfare) (Kopelianskaia, S.E.)
GIN%BURG, Ir.R., kandidat meditainakikh nauk
"Rural feldahermidwife station." G.F.Konstantinov. I.IA.Bychkov.
Reviewed by G.R.Ginzburg. Yelld. i akunh. no.3.6263 Mr '55
(PU13LIC HIKALTH, RMAL) (MLEA 8:5)
(KONSTANIUKOV, G.F.)
(BYCHKOV, LIA.)
GINZBURG, G.R.,kandidat meditsinskikh nauk (Hook%ra)
P~F
"Intermediate medical education.* A.I. Tentsova. Reviewed by G.R.
Ginzburg. Felld. i akush.no.1:59 Ja 156 (MM 9:4)
(MMICAL SJMVICN EMPLOTMSEDUCATION AND MAINING)
(TRUTSOVA, A.I.)
GI nmd' 0. 5.
UWiMICIAO  Taberaidoels., JullAng 1947
Zp1dem1oloe7
Medicine  Tuberculosis, Statistics
PErperiences of Field Work at Villages," G. S. Ginz
burg, A. M. Brukhimovich, Ukrainian Taboroulosie In
stitute (Director: Prof B. M. Muselln1takly), Ukrain
ian Roentgen Institute (Directcr Ye. A. Bazlov), lf pp,
*ProbleW Taborkuleze 16 4
An acooxmt of a field trip to the kolkhoz Mrasnaya
Agrmomlya which Is looated close to Krasnoparlovks,
lazovskiy region of 1haikov Oblast. There hasbeen
a large patient index for this kolkhoz and in 1946
there was an expedition to this area to determine the
status..of tuberculosis. The article is a compilation
9f data vh1ch we collected, W ___ 34TYS
PA 34T53
VpOlity(Mrstillsic Juverligliflatiq of complex cofmpvm~O,
V. A, 4~ ;iolzlpt1rv, Akold.
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e. ichl'.1 Ili. ;j,),1
awl the ilvivill"r itild 1.1;11,10
villfalt, 1,
(firim "1 ('11 at difft'lulit
'I'liv halfwive r'dil"timl pilviltiAl 11mvol timt Ill, if rkditc
t1i.11 llwcv~rv,i tivic lrrL,v, rAllie. aml ;t fchfiwl fit I iml, the
11:111wave, 13,)tellfial alld the
could tit, i'Itsvirml (living to the a(k,"pli"ll J the. rollidbit.
w
particlv~ up"ll the Ilg rtilLice. N1,
Voyennomorskaya meditsinakaya akademiya.
run axm, mwo z,

,f Y A, Z.
USSR/ Physical Chemistry Electrochemistry
Abs Jour : Referat Zhur Khimiya, No 4, 1957, 11376
Author : Maksimyuk Ye.A.,.Ginzburg G.S.
Title : On the Effect of SpeefficAdaorption on HalfWave Petenfia.1 in the
Reduction of Complex Compolaads
Orig Pub : Zh. obshch. khimli, 1956, 26, No 6, 15721579
Abstract ; A more detailed presentation of previously ptiblished work ~RZhEhim,
1956, 35517)
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AUTHORS: Makaiinyuk, '[e Gir;z~bur;~, (I S (N/ 2,;'  12 4  5 2 '5 /6 2
TITLE: Polarography of Ccpp(r u,klanLnat~ ualaninata
m e d i )
PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii nauk S';jR., Vol '2t!. Nlr 5, rp 10691070
(Usml)
ABSTRACT: The specific adsorption of' the addendum diz;places the half
wave potential on the droppl_nk, :uer~cuiy electrode in a direc
tion which is de(;err,,iried by the siCzi of the ion charge in the
case of a delay of the ntate of cf the complex,
Moreover, 4.ho sp;,eific of the ion it 
self causes a )ron,:junc~,d disL)Ia~.ement of the halfwave poten
tial toward the positiv,! ,Ref's 1,2) As thi.:! cis and
trans.itiomera have a tliffer,,int for specific adSCrp
tion these isomerE can qith 3ome exc~I)Liana be identilJed by
the ruagnitul,~ of tho balfwAvp pctent_al The efforts made to
explain the differences in 1_.,,,st,,l jtructiiio between the two
forma of copper glycocolate and of the elycolate of divalent
platinum (needle VId LM nX~ f'C 7_ (7A) ~,'ie (~is and transiso
merism (Refs 34) fraled Ncr flIaS :iz possible to
Card 1/3 find diffrzren.~~7s lietwear, 0v_. 11~0f Vu~rip In polaro
V"
Polarography of Copper a 4,lanl,ate 'j 9 /4 ')
graphig for ccpper 1`yco,~ol.ato d that
th w,,.o alarJnatp_
iuomariwn exietzi vit'  i' 
(Ilef 5) thio 1~n'j .!c1; lwen P~r%*Olc0 Tht,4 auI.hora have studied
the 0'hara,,~`Zcr of tho :educl,i_~2n ,,!' t2( '.h 1'or~:,l 1~1' this 'alaninate
ork a droppinj; el_~~,,trwl~ 11; i1 ippl~' rent t*rom fi,,~urt? 1
that tilt, ba~ r r'f th" rif!' ? ~;rrl laminar form:3
of the bal, lTinf;v o" ~Jv f,:jrmor
form, are al.0re Thrh ))en not
allc,vi to aa,rb~ 4 orttion to thi.; or that
f orm A c4ls,,~c,.,if.'~,,,j?;.tt.icn e,Ln be %f7~r_lberl t1. Ille needl,! form if
other data ftrt! on rjos~ilble r'l: und transisomerism.
Finally, r;oirtparleons are betwee'l th'? halfwave
pctpntialq of 9 LYl'oCC!,it~, and ~.opper aalaninate (Fig 2)
at 20 and :~,00 ard the pk.vr_.'Lves o," th~_, ijist~L~,,jjity constants
(fl,ef 6) are giver There are 2 Piganz; and rb references, 5 of 
which zi:~e Soviet
ASSOCIATION: Pervyy leningradak2.3, medl'~.nnLciy 1; 1 4 ~u " i ir. 1, P. Pavlova.
(Lenin,grad First lledit~al Lastl,tuLe 1tenl 1 _P a .7 1 c' v
Card 2/3
GINZBURG, G.S., KAKSINYUK, Te.A.
Nechanism of the reduction of individual complexes in the pre
sence of excess additive. Zhur.prikl.khim. 33 no5:12111214
my 16o. (MIRA 13:7)
(Complex compounds) (Reduction, Blectrolytic)
M.AKSIMyUK' yo. I.;,GINHURG~ G.S.
Spurious waves on polarograms of complex compoundso Zhur. prikl.
khim. 33 no.11:24902497 N 1~0. (MIRA 14:4)
(Complex compounds) (Polarography)
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C,  117.1ji I f6, G. S . ; IM A El MY Ul 11 , Yc . A.
fel"Ll.ure (:)I' a mrti(!IFt being adsor6id in Lho disclhargo of copper
and cadinLum comploxes with glyrocoll and C~ nlanlne, Zhur.prjkl.
khIm. 37 no.'.1:3.6291631 ii 164. 18:4)
AIAMPIY)CY, P.M.; APARCHIM, V.S.; BKOVA, T.N.; BTUSHGENS, L.M.; _q_lN
4jg&; GORDOMOT, L.Sh.; GRIGORITIV, A.A., akedemik; GURARI, 7F.M;i
DANIIA)V. A.D.; WIN, L.A.; DOBROV, A.B.; SHIRMSKIT, K.M.;
KUIAGIR. G.D.; MILEYKOVSKIT. A.G.; KURZATIV, E.M.;' FAVWV, V.V..
POPOV. K.M.; TANITSKIT. N.F#
Lev IAkovlevich Ziman, 19001956; obituary. Izv. AN SSSR.Ser.geo&
no.6:153154 ND ~56. (NLRA Nil)
(SlaRn. Lev Ukovlevlch, 19001956)
GINZBURGO G.Z., kandidat teklhnicheakikh muk.
Kap projections in the world atlas. Sbor. at. po kart. U0,99313 '56,
(Mapprojection) (Atlases) (Mm 100)
GINZXMG, I.I.; KIRIYA, K.L.; PARSMN, V.1).
2xperience In operating benzene scrubbers with spiral
metallic packing on solar oil. loks I kh1m. no5:4446
160. (MIRA 13:7)
1. Zakavimsokly metallurgicheekiy savod.
(TiflisGoke industryByproducts)
(Benzene)
GINZBURGf I.E.; KAUFMANp S.R.; TSABUTASHVILI, Z.L.
Processing of pyrolysis coal tar in the Transcaucasian Metallurgical
Plant. Koks i khim. no.9:4648 162. (MIRA 16t10)
1. Zakavkazskiy metallurgicheskiy zavod.
(Coal tar)
fl~odurtfon of'
Lhorinal d. Erk!
1. Rustavskiy kokookbitril~;b3Aly
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5 UB rh CT USSR /PHYSICS CARD 1 2 PA 1644
AUTHOR GINSBURG I.F.
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TITLE On Leav We Domain of Wvak Coupling in the Meson Theory with
two Charges.
PhRIODICAL Dokl.akad.Nauk 110, fasc.4, 535  538 (1956)
Issued*. 12 / 1957
According to D.V.bMOV, Dokl.Akad.Nauk 105, 972 (1955) a consistent application of
the theory of weak coupling is impossible in the pseudoscalar meson theory for two
charges at a certain ratio between the coupling constants (even if the coupling con
stants are small). In the case of high momtnta the frame of this theory is broken up.
The present work shows that this is true for any ratio among charges. Besides, the
asymptotic, behaviour of CIRMN's function of the 2charge theory is determined also
for high momenta. The results obtained refer to the neutral as weli as to the
symmetric charged theory.
The equations for the GREENts function within the domain of high momenta 1paW ma
and the initial conditions are as follows: d6/dz 64r(6,3), d?/dz  f~ (?,6),
6(0) ga,f (0) h. Here it is true that Y(6, 1 6 + T2 ~ a + IP3 ?6 + . . . .
and (6, 6a + 1, f 6 + 40 ~ a + and besides it applies in the
fu2ct ons teat Inx
case o each o GkiEN's n i lnb(x.ga h)  d2 {.d
F (Z' ga, h)] I I . 1. 1 f0 ff 1n,&[1, 6(z, gath),
Dokl.Akad.Nauk 110, fasc4, 535  538 (1956) CARD 2 / 2 PA  1644
Further investigations are best carried out in the phase plane (f,6). lach integral
curve of the equations mentioned corresponds to a certain pair of values of the con
stants g and In. On one of the integral curves the point corresponding to the experi
mental va.Lues of g and In must lie. As the experimental vdues of the constants g and In
have hitherto not been known, it was.necessary to investigate all possible curves
J? (6) 
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