SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT GALUSHKINA, N.A. - GALUSHKO, V.P.

Document Type: 
Document Number (FOIA) /ESDN (CREST): 
CIA-RDP86-00513R000614210001-6
Release Decision: 
RIF
Original Classification: 
S
Document Page Count: 
100
Document Creation Date: 
November 2, 2016
Document Release Date: 
September 17, 2001
Sequence Number: 
1
Case Number: 
Publication Date: 
December 31, 1967
Content Type: 
SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT
File: 
AttachmentSize
PDF icon CIA-RDP86-00513R000614210001-6.pdf3.26 MB
Body: 
a e VOL Al w d Lw pt 4tr 4 1,>, F-F, L 1 1 C4 RLOSIiK Ift)ft, A)sRav 1. ~~SHKINA, N, ke, TOKARFAVA, M. F. 2. sssR (6oo) 4. Uzbekistmos-011 Industries 7. Production capacity potentials of the Uzbekistan oil fp-ctories. 14asi. thir. prom. 17 No- 5, 1952 9. Monthl-L list gf Russian Accessions. Library of Congress, February -1953. Unclassified. G-ALUSHKINK, N.A., kandidat okonomicheakikh nauk. Some problem of labor productivity In the oil Industry of the Uzbek S.S.R. Mael.-shir. prnm. 22 no.7:4-8 156. (MLkA 9k12) 1. VoesBouzWy nauchno-lasledovatel'skiy Inatitut shirov. (Uzbekistan--Oil industries) - ------ -- - - - - - - - - - . - - ~ , .. -.- -- - -- - , -- - -1P -- ---- -- .-* . GALUSHKINA, N.A., kandidat ekonomichaskikh nauk; SAZONOVA, I.D. I Improvement of the system of production standards and Vages In the oil# and fate industry. Haal.-shir. prom. 23 no.3rl-3 '57. (KW 10:4) 1. Vassoyusnyy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy inst0ut zhirov. (Oil Industries-Froduction standards) (wages) II - . - . I A[ - TI -.~- iIF- ,- I.( N kanaidat e',mnomlf-k-.Dnkikh nauk. w6shav-'r- Brief hloto7-j of the oll, fat and perflime induatIrtes of Leniagrad. MR91,-zhur.prom. 23 nn.6.~9-11.2 '157. (MLRA 10:?) 1. 7sesoywrizvy nauchnn-isslodnvatellsk4y Institut zhirov. (Lenirwraa--Oll industries-Iflatorr) RZH&HIN. V.P., starshiy winchnvy notrudniLc; BODTA71-IfINA, Z.I.; YE11GEROVA, B.V.; VISWIAPCILISKATA, F-A.; GALUS4KINA, II.A.; GAYHIL~""A)X, I.Y.; GRAUMII-Wi, L.A.; IRODOV, M.Y.-- iTziTswro" L.G.; KREYSINA, R.A.; KUPCHINSKIY, P.D.; LMVI~, M.S.; r.NONTIYIPV5KIY, K.Ye.: LITVIN'QIXO. V.P.; LYIJI)CHANSKAYA, %.I.; RAZY19,14VICII. V.A.; U11- KOVSKIYAA, H.K.; NEVOLIN, F.V.; POGONKINA. N.I.; POPOV, K.S.; PU37jBT, G.K.; SARKISOVA, V.G.; S.W.11OV, Ye.A.-, STMLIN, B.Ya.; SERGMOV, A.G., bind.tekhn.nnuk, ob-shchiy red.; PRITYSCINA, L.A., red.; TAILISOVA, N.M., tokhn.red. [Technical and -oroduction control and accounting in the oils and fats industryj Tekhnokhlmicheskil kontrol' i uchat proizvodstvn v r-,oslodobyrpIu3hchei i zhiropererabatyvniunhchei promyshlennosti. Moskva, Fishchepromimint. Vol-1. 1958. 403 P. (Oil indiintries) NEU 13:1) GALUSHKIHA, N.A.,laind.olcon.nauk: GAITSKHOKI, N.I. Some problems of the management of mills of the oil and fat iryluatry. Hael.-zhireprom, 24 no.5:1-4 '58. (HIRL 12: 1) 1. Vuesoyuznyy nauchno-isaledovatellskiy inatitut zhirov. (Oil Industries) GALUSHMA, B.A., Icand. ekon. nauk Xconomic noction of the seminar. Maol,zhir. prom. 23 no,7:13-14 '59. JOil Industries) MRA 12:12) !&UJSaKINA, N.A., kand.ekon.nauk; PULDVA. M.S. Using economic production stimuli. Has'..-zhir.prom. 25 no.8: 1-3 '59. (MIIL% 12:12) 1. Veesoyuznyy nauchno-iosledovatellakly Institut zhirov. (Oil industries) GALUSHKIRA. N.A.. kand.okon.nauk MeauB of increasing labor productivity in thii oils and hits industry. M&Rl.-shir.prom. 25 no-10:1-5 159. (MIRA 13:Z) 1. VvesoyusrWy nauchno-issladovatel'skiy institut shirov. (Oil Industries) GALUSHKINAIT.A.- kand. ekonom. nauk-; SFASSKAYA, V.V., red.; M-0110VA, O.G., tekL. red. [Methods for determining the economic effectiveness of the mechanization and automation of production in the oils and fats industry] Metodika opredeleniia ekonomicbeskoi effektivnosti me- khanizatsii i avtomatizatsii proizvodstva. v maslozhirovoi pro- myshlennosti. Leningrad, Vses. nauchno-issl. in-t zhirovt 1960. 26 p. (MIRA 15- 6) (Oil industries) GALUSHKINA. Nina Andrayevna; GAZONOTA, Irina Danilovma; POGOSTIN, ;S.Zoo 'rbtsenzent; HINKIS, L.A., rateanzent; FUKS, V.K., red.; SOKOLOTA, I.A.. tekhn.red. (Opecifications for work standards in the oils and fate industy7l Takhnichaskoe normirovants truda v maslozhirovoi promyshlonnosti. Moskva, Pishchapromizdat, 1960. 138 p. (KUU 13:5) (Oil Industries) GALUSHKINA, N.A.t kandbekon.nauk; G,&YTSKHOKI, II.I.; PULOVA, M.S. Lowering the costs and increasing the revenues of the industry. Haol.-zhir.prom. 26 no.9:7-10 S 160. (MIRA 13:8) 1. Vaesoyuznyy nauchno-iseledovatal'Bkiy institut zhirov. (Oil industries) GALUSHKINA, R-na Andreyevna [Economics of enterprIses of the vegetable-oil industry) Ekonomika predpriiatii maelozhirovoi pronyphlennosti. Mo- skvay Fishchepromizdatp 1961. 268 p. (MIM 150) (Oil industries) GALUSHKINA) Nc Ao) knnd~ekonomicheflklkh nauk Oil and fat industry before the 22d Congress of the CPSU. Masl.- zhir. prom. 27 no.10:2-4 0 161. ('MIRA 14-11) (Oil industries) .GhLUSHY,IVA, N.A., kand.ekon.nauk; SAZONOVA, I.D. Some results of the transition to the shortenod workday in the oils and fats industry. Masl.-zhir. prom. 27 no.11:11-14 N 161. (MIRA 15:1) (Hours of labor) (Oil industries) GALUSH-KINA, N.A., kanrl,~-! -- - !k Assortmont of the iind fats induati-y productfi, MRsl,-'ZKir. prom, 29 no.9a4-6 5 161. (MIRA 16tlo) G.101USHKINIt. .7 R.A.; BERGIVN, A.G. PolythF3rmal diagram of the system K2SO4!4WO3-H20. Zh-ur.neorg.kbim. 7 no.9:2251-2253 S 162. (MIRA 15:9) (Potassium sulfate) (Potassium nitrate) (Thermal analysis) "GAIUSHKINA, R.A.; BERGMAN, A.G. Polytherm of the ternary system H20 - K2SO4 - !rH42103 - Zhur. neorg. khim. 8 no.11:2573-2576 N 163. (MIRA 17-- 1) L 230" E I i~7 T. ACC HR, AP6012459 SOURCE CODE., UR/01.81/66/008/004/1040/1048 AUTHOR: Galuahka, A. P.; Yermolovich, I. B,; KorSUrl3kaya, N. Yet; Konozenko. D-.*--Str"fikmdnx H. K. ORG: Institute of Phynics, AN UkrSSR (Institut fiziki AN UkrSSR)1 InstLtute of Semiconduc-tors, AN UkrSSR, Kiev (Inaritutt polupr,ovodnLkov AN U:trSSR) TITLE: Effect of gamma-ra and fant-neutran irradiation on eldetro- i Y_ physical properties of CdS s.ingle crystals T SOURCE: Fizika tverdogo tela, v. 8, no. 4, 1966p 1040-1048 TOPIC TAGS: irradiation, Ramma irradiation, neutron irradiation, irradiation effect, irradiation damage ABSTRACT: An investigation was made of the effect of nuclear radiationi on some properties of CdS single crystals grown by the zone sublimation! method and not subjected to alloying. To measute Hall effect, spqci_ mens shaped as a parallelepiped (15 x 4 x 1 mm) were used; for other investigations, specimens 4 x 3 x 1 mm were used. The neutron irradia- tion was carried out in a VVR-11-type reactor at a temperature "below 70C. The,gamma-ray irradiation was ca'rried out in a cobalt installa- tion at a temperature below 20C. To determine the character of the C-,-d 1 / 2 -XCC Nit. AP6012459 defects appearing in CdS single crystals due to noutron and gam ma-ray irradiation, the following crystal characteristics were investigated before and after irradiation: dark resistance, photosensitivity to white light, spectral distribution of photoconductivity, spectra of infrared quenching, Hall mobility of majority current carriers and its dependence on temperature, concentration and depth of occurrence of capture levels, characteristics of recombination centore, and lumi- neaconce spectra at 300 and 77K. Hobility and spectral. distrib~utioll of photoconductivity were measured In a cryostat at a vacuum of tile order of 10-4 MM 11g. All other characteria tics were to assured in tile air. It was found that gamma-irradiation primarily creates acceptor- type defects. In CdS, the simplest acceptors can be Cd vacancies or S atoms in interstices. Neutron irradiation creates donor-type ,defects. The simplest donors can be eit 'her Cd atoms in interstices or .-S vacancies. In addition, the,products of nuclear trinsformations can also be donors. Orig, art..hast 6 figureo'end 2 tables. [JA11 SUB CODE: 20/ SUBM DATEs 09Aug65/ ORIG REFt 008/ OTH REFii 019 ATD PRESStz/23.6 2 GAWSI[YO, A., Inzh.-tnkhnolog Faster and more convient. Grashd.wi. 17 no.1:27 Ju 160* (14IR,k 130 ) (Zinc plating) IZRMR, M.Ye.; GAIXSHKO, A.D.; LESHCHINER, R.M. Now electrolyte for electrolytic cadmium plating. Mashinostroanie m.1:74-75 Ja-F 162. (MIRA 15:2) 1. Kiyevskiy institut grazManskogo vozdushnogo flota. (Elect-!.,)lytes) (Cadmiivi plating) GALUSHKO, A.D., :- ani.'Ov, A.N., Inzli. The BRT-70 automatic wxicn-itacA cturent zoverasr. Ifashino.- stroenie no.3370-72 MY.-JO L63- (MIRA 16:7) 1. Kiyevskly Institut grazbdFinq'kcwo vozduishnogo flota (for Oalushko). 2. Inititit vh)ktc,,)t-7?lJinlki. A!'T Ukr.SSR (for Bykov'). (Elea tropla ting-.-FAlui pment and suppliee) GALUSHKO, A.D., inzh. Investigating the microstructure of zinc platings obtained from various electrolytes. Mashinostroenie no.5:93-94 S-0 163. -121 (MIRA 16. - 1. Kiyevskiy institut grazhdanskogo vozdushnogo flota. WC-CESSPON NR: AP4044283 3/030416 AU THO R H'* Ge '(Eng!ineat d Klyischko, Pak A4 Galu fiko", techni'aal ociginces,) ung inee 0 TITLE~r Improvemeat of the we ar::resLstance:of an M SOURCEr _-Hashinostroyaniye, no-. .4 1964,- A-76 ~T,OPIC :TAGS: ":,alumintim M i ~n ki Y, -wear VI iilloy,'-. alit it u ar reaLstance !IT: To improve the wear re s istatice Of ahodl i 'K~F_~T_f MfEi- the se, 1 AYI D16T,aluminum alloy, a met of Sullur and paraffin has boon developed. The anq alloy parts are treated at 60Cor at room t.empe ra ti in a bath consisting of a solvent (such as benzene fide), sulfur.-and paraffin. The. treatment produci codtinj&.which &n. operation oulfidizas the ourflice ~o i ves fdn se " :ias -ajubricant,il- This treatment reduces coeffiatent b~y_ 35-50% and prevents scizin and fto 2 Rinifla I I 1111file.15114 I liMill 1 119L37-65 ACCSSSIQN~Nlkt AP40442 83 ASSOCUT Offt, none - ' " ; .00 I) PRKGO 1 AT L 00 SU mi conw obb!" H6 mr:40V ii, B t I Card ~LYUCEKOP M.G., in?h.; tckhni. mv)k; "AL"'."HEO, A.D., Jnzh. Increasing the wear resistarice of an ftnodized laypr. Mashinostroenle no.405-76 Jl-Ag 164. (MIRA ]?,,10) LERNER, M.Ye.; GALUSHKOY A.D.; SHIRYAYEVA, A.111. Alkaline electrolyte for bismuth Plating. .3C 6 - 0 1.1 -1-134-1235 164. (MIRA 18.2) 1. Kiyevskiy institut Grazhdanskogo vozdushnogo flota. (dLLus]IxO, J, 1. New specloo of ifild roseu from the Caucaulan flora. Dot.mut. oerb. iq:20-217 '59- (HIRA 12.- 8) (Kabardia-Rooee) (6~.LUSHKO, i,. I. .Occurrence of Rona mollin Snith. ln the Guitcawan. Bot-mat. Gerb. 19:218-224 '59. (MIRA 12:8) (Callcanuo-Rooec) ''I I -,j1 "".- - , GALUSHKO, A. I. Cand Bidl Sci -- (diss) "Br1wrm of the central!reg"n of the nort'~ern slope of the Bol'shoy Caucasus and their economic value." Lon. 1959. 26 p.p (Acad Sci USSR. Bo-mical Inst im V. L. Komarov), 150 copies (KL, 50-59, 125) --13- MILAYXOV. N.I.; GNILOVSKIT, V.G., kand.geograf.nouk; YCLOWEVICH, I.I. starshiy nauchnyy Botnidnik [deceased]: SHIMIll, R.M., dotsent, kand.biolog.nauk; VIQUIRMIT, A.B.. doktor med.nauk; SKRIPCILINSKIT, V.V., dotaent; q~LUSHKO-_A.1.; KRARCHENKO. L.I., red.; SMLYM&O, T.V., tekhn.red. (Caucasian Kineral Waters] Ilavkazakie Minerallnye Vody; putevoditell. Izd.5., perer. i dop. Stavropoll, Stavropollskoe knizhnoe izd-vo. 1960. 339 P. (KIRA 13:11) 1. Ballneologicheskiy institut na Kavminvodakh (for Volodkevich). (CAUCA SUS--MINMAL WAMS) GAILFSHKO, A. 1. OCCUITOnCO of Rosa glabrifolis C.A,M. In tho Caucanus. Bot.mat.Gerb. 20:194-204 060. (MIRA 13:7) (Razvallm. Mamut-Romes) G&LUSHKO, A. 1. low wild rosea from the Northern Caucaeus. bot.mats Gerb. 20:205-216 16o. (MIRA 13:7) (caucasus-Roses) GALUSHKO A.I. Materials on the study of wild roses of the Northern Caucasus. Bot. mat. Gerb. 21:206-232 161. (14IRA 14:10) (Caucasus--Rosea) CULU-SHKO A. I. - New species of wild roses of the central Caucasus. Uch. zap. Kab,-,Balk. goo. un. no.1201r% 162. (MIRA 16s6 (Kabardino-Balkar A.S.S.R.-Roses) GILUSHKO A.I. *00"O"m Rona boisoleri Crep. and its place in the system of the genus. Uch. sap. Kab.-Balk. goo. un. no..12:57-Q 162. (MIRA 1616) (Caucasus--Roses) GALUSHKO, A.I. Is "series" a univerSE1 category? Uch. zaps Kabs - Balk* gose un. no.14:23-30162. (MIRA 16:6) (BOTANY-CLASSIFICATIOV) GALUSITKO, A.I.; KUDRYASHOVA, G.L. . .P 4 I Ferna of the Kabardino-Balkar A.S.S.R. Veb.zhp, Kab.-BOk. gos. un. to. 14:31-43162. (MRA 16:6) (KABARDIIIQ--BALKAR A.S.S.Ri-FRM) 0 ,.'AIXSfff,O, A.I.; POPOVA, T.B. Taxonomy of the section Anodon Bge of the genus Pedicularis L Uch.zap. Kab.-BrLlk goa. un. no.14:41,-51162.. (14IRA .16:6) 4OUSEWORT) GALUSHKOJ, A.M. Chemical composition of beech leaves used as feeding stuff for Chinese tussah iaoth. Uch. zap. MGPI 140:239-253 158. (MIRA 16:8) 1. Iz laburatorii organiche3koy i biologicheakoy khWi Moskovskogo gosudars-,Ivennogo pedagogichaskogo institutA I lmen~ Lenina. GALUSHKO, A.M. Change in the content of nutritive substances in detached leaves of the European beech. Nauch. d6kl. vys. shkoly; biol. nauki no.3:163-165 163. (MIRA 16:9) 1. Rekomendovana kafedroy organichegkoy i biologicheskoy khLmii Moskovskogo gosudarstvennogo pedagogicheskogo institata im. V.I.Lenina. (Beech) (Plants-Chemical analysis) (Silkworms-Feeding and feeds) IMOKORMOV, D.N,; YERSHOVICH, A.N.1 Pr~ninali uchastiyet FEDCHENKO, A.M.; SHURUPOV, V.I.; SOJOISKIY, V.D.; XCW.OV, O.S.; A11DROSIK., Yej.~ KUDI, V.I.; -94&UPILQ,~_ A.M.j KLMV., A.U.- KHOSEN, R.I.; MURASHKO, O.A. Technology of the production of gray cast Iron Iii the m&au- faGture, of tractor trucks. Lit. proizv. no.7137-38 J1 163. (MIRA 17:1) Nauchno-issledovatellskl)r tekhnoligieliesk:Ly institut aLv,tQmQtd1'noy promyshle=oal,1 (for all exqapt Khu4okormciv). GLLUSHKO~, A.M. Wmino acid couposition of be,3cb lc~aves; Nauch. dokl. vys. shkoly bdol. niluki no.40,45-147 '64. (MIRA 17sl2i h Rekamendovana kafedroy grganichaskoy i blolog~oheskoy khWi 'M;p'koyskogo gosuaqrstvenrLogo pedugogicheakogo instituta i3n. V.1. benina. 11 62957-w6! t, EWT_(l )/EWT'(in)/ F(WROW D il I ACCES UR/664 SIOWNR: AP5020388 0098S/Oofe Galushko A. P. AUTHOR: trofimov, A. N. TITLE.: CAhode polarization during electrodepositio'n of meItal In ~ii!Ultras [field SOURCE: Elektrokhimiyal, v. 1, no. 8 1965, 985-988 t hi: VItmSonle: jTOPIC TAGS., copper, nickel, electrodeposition, cathode pblir#'ai id )field ~!ABSTRACT:: ~A definite relationship was observed during inv 'i of ble r -4; istiltatio, ~tr4) ichc-nical.;qiMQUtlLzatio~"'of metals in an ulfraspr4r- ~field.`b'et~Wa !n tiIiii fIfeat - of i ul"- Lt'rod' trasound on the rate of electrolysis.and the nature of the ol)e ~,~~olarlzati~n. iln this work an e erimental investigation was conducted on,th~'-~eff~A' of ultra 16 XP un ...,!on.the mechanism of electrode processes during electrodepositlyn of, jc6pper andi nickel from aqueous solutions. The eyperimental results on dle 6 it~oa Of coppe, a ccpper sulfate-phosphate electrolyte showthat ultrasou, d ch~njes the nature! of electio te.polarization, and chemical-polarization becomeVlihe ~Imitink factor ly As,the polarization potential is. in rlb~sed,l i~he Activillion! [i nthe cathode process* '1 1/2 SU A FAC E-~ OALUSHKO, A. YA-t CANo GiEoO Sql LeVELING IM ,A THL TRAPPEAN ZONE OF THE CENTRAL SIBERIrPLATEAU." MOSCQWV. 19600 AC A 0 8 C US SR 9 INST OF GCOO). (KLt 3-61, 206), 79 voaoBlyEv. M.K., inzh.; SAMIN, F.N., nauchnyy 50t',iidtUk; GALDHO, E.D., Lo inz~.-konBtrukt r Fermanent unit for spraying plants in greenhouses. Zashch.rast. ot vred.i bol. 4 no.6:23-24 N-D 159. (14MA 15:12) 1. Nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut ovoshchnog-o 'khgzyaystva FSFSR. (for Sazhin, Galushko). (Spraying and dusting equipment) (Greenhou-ilo management) GALUSHKO E D i)izh $quipment for upraying plants under glass. Zaahch. raetj ot vred. i bol. 5 no.10:13-15 0 '60. (MIRA 3.681) 1. Nabohno-issledovatellskiy institut ovoshchnogo Ich'ozyaystlta RSFSRv at. Perlovska7a, Mookovskoy sheleanoy darogi. (Moscow Province-Spraying and dusti equipment) (Greenhouse mana gement KRIVENKO, P.M., kand. tekhn. nauk; CiALUSHKO,.F.L., inzh.- 'Experimental investigAtIon of the kinematicu ot the pressurl~ valve of a fuel pump.. Trakt. i sellkhozmash. 33 no.7:11-13 JI 163. (PURA 16: IT) 1. Gosudarstvennyy vaesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy tekhnologicheskiy institut remonta i ekspluatatsti n9whinnoi.- t,raktornogo parka. KHATKIN, K~~ teklui. naiik~ GALUSH .~0, G.., .4n,.,h. llvipg elp,.-tronic compulters in design4ng tnt, lonpl-,il'ra-l r~;all A. . . - .. profflo by the mothod of reference points. Avt. dor. rir,,M! 9-ic 0 164. 117~12) GAIXTSHKO,_X , ,.-; EUGUTMV, V, V- , jAbout V.D. IWsenko's article IlSafetZr specialigto i;k sineFiN. Hesop, truft V prom. 2 no.llslg N '58. (NIM 11:11) 1. qtarshiv inshener takhnichookogo otdola Iwanskogo soynarkhoss, (for OalusWco). 2. Umestitell naahaltnika tekhnicheskogo ot4ela Kmorovskop sonarkhosa. (for Zignshey). (Kining engineering-Safety mass-ares) 0 GALUSHKO, K., In Uigansk Zconomic Council. Bezop.truda v prom. 4 no.1:37 in 160. (MIWv 1):5) 1. Starahty inzhaner proizvodetvenno-tekbnicht)i;kogo otdola iuganskogo sawnerkhosa. (Ingansk--Industrial onfety) UUMMO, P.S.; GALUSHKO, L~G. Study of the fractional composition of proteins of ant-itstanu.8 serum in the immmization process. Trudy Irk. NIIFM no. 6s26~33 16l. (MIRA 17:7) GA'JUSHKO L.G.' DIANOVA, Ye.I.; POZONOVA, Ye. 11. f Y *-~.,L- Fractional composition of proteins and losses ot antitoxin in the purification and concentration of antidiphtheria serum. Trudy Irk. NIIEM no. 6;98-104 161. (MIRA 17M 1. 1% proizvodstvannogo otdela I blokbimicheskoy laboratorli Irkutskogo nauchno-issledovatellskogo inGtituta epidemiologil i mikrobiologii. Dj)RYCBrVj Niko-bly Ivanovich; GAUJ FOXHOVSKAYA, I.M. t Ved. rod. [In aid of the newly hired minor] V pomoshell' raboplie2m, vpervye postupivahemu na shakhta. Moskva, Nedra, 2965, GAI,TjSTdlf.0, L.D. , Cand Tuch Oci - (dins) 11:3tutly of the tham-m-al ra~,,tliod of tulic pie. iron 9- i"'G c!' t:- ctors.lv -,ITV in&-4117ees U (I.Tin r4* Aeriumtturw Uh';I'l Ukr Acad v, lgr)g. 24 IPP Vdth I of Agr Sci) . lr*O copion (1M940-59, 103) GIIIJSHKO., M.D... kand. tp-khn. nauk . - #1 ~ v .,.mprove the technological efficiency of tractor repaIrIng. Trakt. i sellkho=Ash. 33 no.7:5-8 J1 163. (KIRA 16:11) 1. Ukrainskiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut mekhanizatsil i elektrifikatsii sel'skogo khozyaystva. C7!1 9-314 ITY] A D. TH S 'U:JCh.-I-cSL- -T PO Mo, I-iay, C. 10-14 ooy pwii LT'IUPIS' M. 31, 1949 GALu -.11 - Pit wR -ris of' tne MlallcNII for t-e trnnsvortqtl,,n o" in inclirie,- ~Llrdn,-- ,.,oskva, 1,1 p. (r,1-2L~~27) 11 TN3~6.ul X. r, anc Vagonetki XakNII dlia perevozki liudti ro naklonnym vyrabotkam; rukovodstwo po ukbodu i ekspl.oatatsii. Moskva, -gletekhi2A.-A, 199). 51 p. diagrs. MakIFII cars for transportation of people in sloping mines; manual of maintenance and operaiion. DLC-- TN336.G3 SO: 114anufacturing and Mechanical Engineering in tht. Soviet Union, Library of Congress, 1953. GAIUSHKO, M.K.; KROPACM. A.A., redaktor-, XOROVENKOVA, %.A., tekhnichopkiy Mr. [Transporting men in mines] Perevoska Itudei po-shakhtnym vyrab-otkam. Mogkva, Ugletekhizdat, 1954. 173 P. (NLU 8:1) (Mine haulage) K- GALUSHKO, M.. kandidat teMinicheskikh nauk. - Let's push the change from turasheets to sidings. Kast.uglia 5 no.1:21-2) Ja '56. (MLEA 9:5) (Kine railroads) n1GOFVXRV, Vadim Nikolayevich; GALUSHKO, U.K., kand.telthn.naluk, i!et'sertzpnt; XO"IYTSXV, A.35., oty.red.; SABITOV, A., tekhh..red.;- KJDZOVZNY,6VA, S.A.. tekhn.red. [Kedhanized transportation of-miners] Mekhanisateiia, pereycq3tf liuaei ,Vo gornym vyrabotkam, Moskva, Uglatekhisdat, 1956. 2,0~ p. - UIP 19:6) A (Nine haulage) (Nine railroads) RENGEVICHP A.A., kand.tekhn.nauk; SHAKHTARI, P.S., inzh.; VOLODIKO, K.P., inzh.; YUSHCHENYO, A.I., inzh.; GALUSHKO, M.K., kand.tekhn.nauk; KUZMETSOV, B.A., kand.tekhn.nauk-;--M9UA, G.-ta., inzb.; p MEKHEDA, M.K., inzh.; OKHRIMCHUK, O.Kh., takhnik Causes of the breaking of axles-of electric mine I:ocomqtives. Vop. rud. transp. no.6:192-203 162. OURA 15:8) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy gornvy institut (for Rengevich, Kuznetsov, Kudelya, ~bkhedq, Olchrimchuk). 2. Donstskiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy ugol:'nyy- institut (for Shakhtarl, Galushko). 3. Aleksandrovskiy mashinostroitellnyy zavod (for VolodIko, Yushchenko). (Mine railroads) (Axles--Testing) GETIERY V.G.; M.K.; MULIN, N.V. Air life hoisting and hoisting with chamber feeders. Ugol' 39 no. 9:49-53 S 164. WIRA 17: 10) 1. Donetskiy politakhnictieskiy institut (for Geyyer). 2. DonetskiY nauchno-issledovatel'skiy iWollnyy institut (for Galushko). 3. uk-Taip- skiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy instituL gidrodobyehi uglya (for Mulin). Y ~ ; ; rj I ! -! 1 1, -n - ~ .1, '.' !"I,: I I ~fi I ; . , " -- GALUSHICO., N I. , -- normirovBhchJIc Meebanical slate duster. Sovshakbt, 10 no..U.,24 N 161. (MIRA 14: 11) 1. Shalchta No.12 iMot Dzerzhinakogo tresta Kadtyevtigoll. (Coal mines ar-I mining- Equipment and suppliefi) s/13i/62/000/005/001/004 B105/B138 AIJINHORS. Alt~,ksandrova, T. A. , Prokhorova, 1. 'Ya. , Shabashov, Ya. P., Frumkina, Yu. A. TITLi;: Carborundum-graphite crucibles for the melting of ooppar-% base alloys ?ZRIODICAL: Ogneupory, no. 5, 1962, 206-211 TEXT: "I production process for crucibles suitable for producing copper- chromium master alloys and chromium bronze in the hit,;h-frequency furnjLce 0,". F-231 (OYB-281) has been developed at the Vsosoyuznyy inaLitut O&T,~uporov (All-Union Institute of Refractory Materials). 500 kg crucibles were produced by hydrostatic pressing in the Luzhskiy zavod "K:-asnyy tigell" (Luga Plant 117,rasnyy tigell"). The charge consisted of ca::borundum, cruaible graphite, elementary silicon, and Chasov-Yar clay, with sulfite-alcohol waste liquor, density 1.27 g/cc., as binder. During tM burninE, P-SiC is formed from the elementary silicon and graphite: sj.i-c---;~P-Sic. Si 01 and SiC were determined in the analytical chemietrj, laborxtory-o.f the VIO by K. K. Kolobova's method. After b=ing tha Card 1~3 s/i3l/62/000/005/001/004 Carl)oru,ndum-graphite crucibles for ... B105/B138 crucibles showed the following properties: apparent porosity 19.8;Qf$ com,DresErive strength 145 kg/CM2, electrical volume resistivity 0.0044 ohm - =2/m, permeability to gas 0.02 l.m/m2.hr-mm water column, depth of cavity in a sandblast wearability test 4.9 mm, coefficient of thermal conductivity at 800 0CA= 8-5 kcal/m-hr-degrec. Microscopic examination that the 'crucibles contained no metal after use in the OKB-281 iurnace. ;/,GO kg carborundum-graphite crucibles have a life of 35-40 co.pper-c'nromiui melts, and UP to 75 for the EX -08 (BKh-08) bronze. Bacause of the low resistivity of the crucibles, the furnace could be .finely adjusted, the metal melted more rapidly and, besides this, the electrp corundum crucible bedding was well frittel. These crucibles are snitable for the producing copper-base alloys with a permissible silicon content of up to 0.02 - 0-03';~,. There are 2 figures and.5 tablas. Ca:td 0 a 3/131/62/000/005/00/004 Carborundum-graphite crucibles for B105/B130 s,'.' C C LI~T 10 N Vae porov 01.1-Union Tp3titute of soyuznyy institut ogneu Refractory lWaterials) (Aleksandrova, T. A., Prokhorova, i. v,a.); zavod "Krasnyy Tigel'" (Plant "Irrasnyy Tigell") (Galushko, 11. A.); Zavod "Krasnyy Vyhorzhets" (Plant "Krasnyy Vyborzhets") (Shabashov, Ya. F., Frumkina, Yu. A.). Card 3/3 GALUSHKO. N. 1. Galushko, N. I, - *Nrtain problems 'of the stability f the overheads in the potash Mines in the Vs..-khnekwkiy potash deposit", (Report), Tr=V SoveshahaAiya po upravlemiyu gorup davlaniyeii, (1946),, Wsaow, 1948, p. 177-85. SO: U-411v 17 July 531, (Letopis Mhurnal tnykh Stateyj No.. 20, 1949). GALUSHKO, N. 1. 29037 KzmiernayiL sistema pri dobyche aolyanykh ruwzolov shakhtnym sp~.aobom. "c?rnyy zhurnal, 1949, No. 9, S. 7-9 g. Dobycha -oryuchikh Iskopaemykii SO: Letopis' Zhurnal'nykh Statey, Vol. 39, Moskva, 1949 ~ J;LUSFY~C N D.N.; SIIA'PFCUF,"f, G.L. _~. , , 1. to, 6 L A nation Of lh,~,; zeasurinj range of a self-recording EFF-00 potentiora(Aer. Zav. lab. 3L no.8; 1027-10,28 165. (MIKA 18:9) L. Khartkovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet imer,-.* Gortlogg. BILIKILVICZ, T.; GALUO"'FO, 1. Therapeutic value of atro-Ine coma in the treatment ot schimo- phrenic and anancastie complexev. Cesk. pyrh. (30 no.60,61-)66 V 1 64. J.. Klinika psychickicb chorob lekarske akademle v GI-zjfj?u. " 00, GALUSHKO, Pavel; SULESTROVSKI. Waldemar Insulin shock therapy with intravenous Injectione. Neurologia ate. Polska 5 no.l.-77-80 Jan-Feb 55- 16 Z kliniki chorob psychiatryesnych A.M. v (Mansku-, dyroktor prof* dr. T.Bilikiewics. (SHOCK ?MATT, INSULIN in psychiatry, intravenous inject.) (WINTAL DISMINS, therapy insulin sback ther.. Intravenou- ."Jecto) GAWSITKO, P.N. Investigating the kinetics of the oxidation of carbon in an -atmosphere of carbon dioxide and water vapor. Xhim i tekh. topl. i masel 3 no.3:56-63 VIr '58. (MIRA 11:3) LInstitut goryuchikh iskopayem7kh im. G.M. Krzhizhanovskogo Ali SSSR. (Carbon) (Oxidation) (Chemical reaction, Ute of) AUTHORS: TITLE; PERIODICAL: 10 67 2) S/08 60/A3307/021/024/XX D270%304 Galushko, V.P., Zavgorodnyaya, Ye,F. alid Gayvoroi4skaya, L.K. The cathode reduction of magnetite 'Zhurnal prikladnoy khimii, v. 33, no. 1, 1960, 1546- 1551 TMIT: This study was carried out to supplement a previous one on the cathode reduction of ferric oxide, Fe203- Method: Magnetite was obtained by the oxidation ok low carbon iron in a current of carbon dioxide at 900 - 100.00 for 8 - 10 hours. 50 - 60 g of low carbon iron wire were placed in a porcelain tube between two iron or nickel screens and carbon dioxide was passed through the furnace at a constant rate of 50 - 60 I/hr. On analysis the product contain- ed FeO 32.2%, Fe203 67.576, Femet 0.376 or Fe304 97.976, FeO 1.8676, Femet 0.376. The magnetite obtained was pounded and sifted, Pieces with dimensions smaller than 25 mm, were subjected to cathode reduc- tion. 5 g of magnetite were soaked in electrolyte and 13asted on Card 1/7 AMT S/080/60,/03,3/007/021/024/XX The cathode reduction of magnetite D270/D304 both sides of a lamellar cathode which was then wrapped in linen and bound tightly with thin twine. The method of cathode I-eduction and iron analysis was similar to that of V.P. Galushko Ye. F. Zav- gorodnyaya and L.I. Tischenko (Ref. 6: ZhPKh, XXXII, 7, 1551, (1957)). The percentage of Femet in the mixture of Femet and unreduced mag- netite obtained was calculated and the percentage reduction of Fe304 worked out from the ratio of the percentage of'metallic iron to the sum of Femet and iron contained in the unreduced magnetite. Unless otherwise indicated all experiments continued for a period theoret- ically sufficient to reduce the magnetite completely and, therefore, the percentage of reduced magnetite is numerically equal to the yield of iron for the given current. Experiments were done at least t,aice and average results presented, The results are as follows: a) The effect of electrolyte composition and concentration: (Table 1) Fe304 dissolves in acids, is slightly reduced in neutral Na2SO4 (Na2S04, 10 H20 - 32 g/1); reduces best in NaOH (400 g/1) which was, therefore, used as an electrolyte. In alkaline solutions the reduc- tion of briquetted magnetite is accompanied by the Pimultaneous pro- auction of hydrQgen through the dissociation of a ntolocul" of water Card 2/7 S/080/6JI' 3~907/021/024/XX The cathode rediAction of magnetite D270/D304 according to the equation 2H20 + 2e - H2 + 20W W With an increase in alkali concentration, the activity of the water molecule declines, the hydrogen production potential becomes more electronegative, hydrogen formation more difficult and the percen- tage reduction of Fe304 rises; b) The effect of current density Ok): (Table 2): The percentage reduction of Fe304-falls with an increase in current density. A.F. Afanaslyeva and 0,.Ya. Miroshnich- enko (Ref. 11: NDVSh., Khim. i Khim. telchnol., 4, 642 (1958)) and (Ref. 12: Ukr. khim. zh., 25, 39 32G (1959)), studying single cry- stals of magnetite, showed that Eq. (1) and the electroreduction of magnetite: Fe3O4 + 4H20 + 8e - Me + 8OH- (2) occur simultaneously and that as current density increases hydrogen formation comes to predominate since Eq. (2) cannot guarantee pass- age of large amounts of current; c) The effect of temperature: 800 was chosen as a working temperature since above this the electro- lyte evaporates rapidly and frequent correction must be made. Above 600 the percentage reduction of Fe304 increases slowly, probably because of the low electric conductivity of briquetted magnet:Lte.. The hydrogen super-tension declines with an increase in temperature Card 3/7 24737 S/080/60/033/007/021/024/XX The catILeide reduction of magnetite D270/D304 And the percentage reduction of Fe304 would also be Oxpected to fall. f1i fact it rose implying that FeA04 reduction supertension fell to a much greater extent than that 6f the H2 solution; d) The granulo- rgetric composition of magnetite: Cathode reduction affects the outer layers of Fe304 particles first. The central areas are much more difficult to attack. Therefore, the greater the surface area, i.e. the more rugged the particle surface, the greater the percentago reduction. The granulometric composition of iron powder obtained after reduction contained a small quantity of smaller and-larger than average particles but was for the most part (86 - 90',,0) unchang- ed. It was concluded that reduction of Fe304 in these experimental conditions occurred in the solid phase; e) The quantity of electri- city: Under optimal conditions, the passage of an amount of electri- City, Qtheor, theoretically sufficient to reduce a given amount of Fe304 completely proved insufficient since part was expended on the reduction of hydrogen. When = 4 reduction of Fe304 was virtually completed but only 937o of iron was obtained, part beitng oxidized during washing and drying. If after removal of alkali the Card 4/7 S100016010331f'. r~7/021/024/XX Th6 cathode reduction of magnetite D270/D304 iron powder was washed with ethyl alcohol it drier! much more rapid- ly, further o.xidation wac; almost completely avoided and yield ok-, Fer, r e ,et increased to 019.77,,. The iron powder wao ey ancl fin . Con- clusions: 1) The ----taot percentage reduction of Fe304 occurred trith NaOH (400 as electroly'te. It i-Licreased -vith rise in temperature, rise in quantity of electricity, decrease in currei;it density, decrease in size of magnetite particles'. 2) During reduction the majority of ~)articles keep their initial climensious. 3) It was suggested that in" the condition of this study cathode reduction of Fe304 occurred in the solid phase. There are 2 figures, 5 tables and 12 references; 11 Bovict-bloc and-1 non-Soviet-bloc. ASSOCI.VION: Dnepropetrovskiy gosudar-tvennyy universitet.(Dnep- ropetroVsk State University) SUBMITTED: August 31, 1959 Card 5/7 GALUSEKO, V.P.; ZA.VGORODWAYA, Te.Fj; GAYVORONSXAYA. LJO Cathodic reduction of magnetite. Zhur.prikl.khime, 53 'no-7;, 1546-1551 Jl '60- (MINA 13:7) 1. DA~propetrovskiy gosudarstyanW universitet. 9 (kagnetitel (Reduction, Blectrolyt1t) I 4ZAVGORODNYAYA, Ye.F.; GALUSHKO, V.P.; DOROSH, T.P. Mechanism of the cathodic reduction of copper oxide. Part 1: Cathodic polarization of the copper oxide electrode. Ukr. khim. zhur. 27 no.1:43-48 161. (MIR& 14:2) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy gosudarstvennyy -univeraitot im. 3op-letiya voBsoyedilieniya Ukrainy a Rossiyey. (copper oxidy) GALUSHKO, V.P., ZAVGORODNYAYA9 Ye.F.; SAZONOVAq G.A. Mechanism of the reduction of cupric oxide at the :iathode. Parl 2: Effect of the pH of the solution on the potential of the copper . oxiae-electrode. Ukr khim. zhur. 27 no.2:176-180 161. (MIRA 14:3) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy gosudarstvenny-universitet im. 300-letiya vossoyedineniya Ukrainy s Rowsiyey. (Copper oxide) (Elqctromotive force) AUTHORS: Dorosh, T. P., Calushko, V. P. 27678 5/073/6111/027/005/002/004 B105/B101 TITLE! Reduction of silver e,-hloride by hydrogen adsorbed on the surface of powdery silver PERIODICA*Ls Ukrainskiy khimicheskiy zhurnal, v. 27, no. 3, 1961, 03-607 TEXTs In earlier papers (Refs. 1 and 2-, in print) it was proved that the sparingly soluble compounds silver chloride, - sulfate, and - sulfide are reduced at a current density higher than the limiting density. In sl)it,~ of this, the current yields calculated for metallic silver approach 100,,tL The reduction and the formation of black silver powder require a potent4.al jump bward negative values and a simultaneous H separation at the 0 2 beginning of the process. The formation zone of the black silver powddr is located at the place of contact of the reduced silver with the nT3n- reduced salt. This indicates that the reduction of sparingly soluble compounds is not only possible via the stage of dissolution, With low concentrations of silver ions (10 -10 and 10-17 g'ion/liter, respectively) Card 114 27678 S/073/61/027/005/002/004 Reduction of silver... B103/B101 the diffusion cannot safeguard the redu,3tion rates actually ob'.'erved. on the other hand; the fine-disperse powder is formed under conditions that would not permit an inhibition of H 2 separation. The purpose of the present paper was to examine whether hydrogen adsorbed on the surface Df silver powder acts as an intermediate reagent in the reduction of sparingly soluble silver compounds.. Fig. 1 shows the cathode part of the cell used, Fig. 2 the elec*.ric circuit for recording the charge Ais charge curves. Silver po%vder formed by reduction of silver chloridp was found to be capable of adsorbing large H2 quantities, This H2 reduces silver chloride in a secondary process. The 2polarizing capacitance of the surface of oil- ver powder reaches jo3 )bf/'cm , calculated from the charge curves. The H2 adsorbed is assumed to take,part in the reduction of silver chloride as an intermediate reagent. This increases considerably the totall rate of reaction. Mention is made of Bagotskiy, Jofa, and Frumkin, as well as papers by A. 1, Shlygin (Trud f soveshchaniya po elektrokhimii, M., 1953, P. 322). and A. A. Rakov (Vlivaniye predvaritellnoy obrabolylki qerebra na yego absorptsionnyyP i elektrokhimicheskiye svoystva (Effect of silver pretreatment on --ts absorptive and electrochemical properties), Oandidat~ Card 2/4 Jr ?767 S/07061/027/005/002/004 Reduction of silver ... B103/B101 - diasertation, M., 1947). There are 5 figures and 9 referencest 'I Soviet and 2 non-Soviet. The two references to English-language publications read as follows: G. M. SAwab, J. Phys. and Coll. Chem., 21, 576 0950); A. G. Ferguson and P. K. Turner, J. Electrochem. Soc.p 101, 382 ASSOCIATION: Dnepropetrovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitef (Dnepro-petrov.3k State University) (T. P. Dorosh) Dnapropetrovskiy meditsin- skiy institut (Dnepropetrovsk bleaical Institute) (V. P. Galushko) SUBMITTED: June 15, 1960 Card 3/4 DOROSHP T.P.; GALUSHIIPV V.P. Study of the cathodic reduction of some slightly soluble compounds of silver. Part 1: Microscopic exmination, Ukr.khim.zhur. 27 no.5:607-612 161. (HiRA 34sq) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet. (Silver compounds) (Reductions Electrolytic) GALUSHKO,.V.P.; ZZAVGORODNYAY.A, Ye.F.; SENERYUK, V.I.; BATURA, Z.Ye. Cathodic reduction of copper oxide. Zhur.prikl.khim. 34 no.8:1819- 1825 Ag 161. (14IRA 14:8) (Copper oxide) (Reduction.. Electrolytic) DOROSH., T.P.; GALUSHKO,-V.P. Cathodic reduction of some slightly soli;ble silver c*ompowrids. Part 2. Polarization measurtments. Ukr. khim. zhur. 28 no.14 '66,72 162. (MTRA 16: 8) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy gosudars~Venri~ry imiversitwtlt im. 300- ,Iet:Lya vossayedinaniya Uk-rairy s '.Ro:3siyey -'. Napropetrovs,~iy peditsinsKy instittit. GALUSHKO, V.P.; ZkVrQRCDNYAYA, le.F. Cathodic behavior of a cuproun oxide 3lectrode. Ula-ekni- are 28 m-4:496-499 162. (MIRA 15:8) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy gosudaretvannyy universitet imani 300-letiya vooso)Tdinenlya Ukraimy a Rossiyey. (Electrodea, Copper) ACCESSION NR: AT4030812 S/0000/63/000/000/0433/0437 AUTHOR: Galushko, V. P.; Dorosh, T. P. TITLE: On the role of suilace phenomena in the electio-chemical production of superfine metal powders SOURCE: AN UkrSSR. Institut metallokeramiki i spatsial'ny*kh splavov. ?over- khnostny',%*ye yavleniya v rasplavakh i protsessakh poroshkovoy metallurgii (surface phenomena in liquid metals and processes in powder metallurgy). Kiev, 1zd-vo AN UkrSSR, 1963, 433-437 TOPIC TAGS: surface phenomenon, superfine metal powder, surface tension, surface active substance, electrolysis, cathode reduction, particle size ABSTRACT: The authors stated that in the cathode reduction of low solubility com- pounds, because of the insignificant concentration of metal ions in the solution and the sharp shift of the electropotentials to the negative, a ratio of velocities is created in the nucleus formation and growth of the crystals which Is quite suit.- able for forming superfine metal powders. The less solubility of the reduced tub- stance and the greater the velocity of reduction (i.e., the more the separation of Card 1/2 ACCESSION NR: AT4030812 the metal occurs in more -`:.-Wersible conditions)o the higher the particle size of the obtained powder&. Storing of metal powder produc#td by cathode reduction of loti solubility compounds of large particle size and, at the same. time, free of oxides and organic substances, it is possible only in a vacuum or in an atmosphere of inert gas. To protect It from coagulating and from oxidation In the air, it is necessary to introduce surface active substances into the electrolyzers. Low solubility silver compounds are the most suitable objects for studying the surface phenomena in the fo formation and recryst,allization process. ASSOCIATION: Duspropetravskiy gosudarstvennylky univorsitdt (Dnepropotrovsk State University) SUBMITTED: 23Kov63 SUB CODE.- ML DATE AGQ: 16Apr64 NO REP SOV-. 009 ENCL: 00 OMER; 000 Card 2/2 GALUSHKO, V.P.; KOVTLJN, V.N.; KRICPMR, S.I. Study of the anolyte layer b.,( microscopy. Ukr. khime zhur. 29 no.7:764-770 163. OUFA 16W 1. Dnepropetrovskiy gosudarstvennyy universiteto (Electroplating) (Electrodes) (Microscopy) GALUSHKO, V.P.; LIMIN, B.Ye. Resonance properties of electrochemical autooscillation systems. Dokl. AN SSSR. 154 no.1:191-192 Ja'64. JMIRA 17:2) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy gosudarstvennyy uriversitet im. 3010-letiya vossoyedineniya. Ukrainy s Rossiyey. Fredstavleno akademikom A.N. Frumkinym. T. ACI; NMI AP5 27712 SOURCE CODEi IFR/0129/65/000/011/004010041 - 411- AUTHOR: Galushko. V....P., Wosal'skiy, V. L.; Varenko, yo. So ivanchenko-Lir! "ip / 0 VY" Yu. M. ORG: Dnepropetrovsk_State University (Dnepropetrovskiy gosudarstvennyy uniyersitet) TITLE: Effect of the composition of electrolytic bath on the temperature of the electrochemical boroniEkqg o I a SOURCE: Metallovedeniye i termicheskaya obrabotka metallov, no. 111, 1965, 40-41 TOPIC TAGS: boronizing, electrolyte, sodium carbonate, viscosimeter 23 ABSTMCT: This investigation deals with the viscosity of fused electrolyte as a function of the concentration of added Na 2C03 at 8001 850, and 9QO*C -- high temps- is thermally decomposed to form Na 0 and C02: hance,the.ad- ratures at which Ka2CO3 2 1 dition Of Ma2CO3 to th'e electrolyte does not alter the latter a composition, the only change occurs in the ratio between the oxides of sodium and boron and, In ad- dition, the fusing point decreases markedly. Prior to the measurements the compo- nents were fused at 10001C. Viscosity was measured with the aid of a container of KhN78T steel with graduated removable capillaries. The rated viscosity was determined according to the outflow of a specified volume of electrolyte. The setup for measuriq viscosity in shown in Fig. 1. Crucible furnace 9 is heated to the necessary tempera- 1 A VW! 62l.78S_%3tA71_;117 790 1 ;11 ITIP.i.11% I I.; P I VII I I I P[ I' I jl~~T. h,, T, 9 34--66,---- ACC NRs APS027712 7 4 2 Fig. 1. Diagram of setup for determining the outflow time of electrolyte: I - pyrometer; 2 - receiver for outflowing electrolyte; 3 - thermocouple; 4 - lining; 5 - spiral heater; 6 - graduated capillary; 7 -.locking valve; 8 - metal container; 9 furnace casing; 10- furnace lid; 11 container holder; 12 - mount 2/4 - - - -: L 9631i-w66 - -- -'- -- ---- .- F ACC NRs AP5027~12 N N Is '," 1 ----I -z%-, 0* ~´┐ŻN I I ss,~, 'N I 1 I j