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%K0 z- c~ r Aic ai In end stry USSR/ hord st y Anal ~Oaxd Fub~,;1161-~ 3.6/2~ New e~ -Lon ~:io;r -i of al', 'lloids group d at cc' io, r 0 Ukr. khi~'n, Wir 21/6, 761-762, Det~ 1955 Abutract. I't Was established experimentally that .3rops of an arkaloid Solution when applied on a :filter paper impregnated with a Potassium it>doplatimte 5olu- tion pro6ice ~L bluish violet (less frequently a brcwnish-red) spot of the iodopLakinate alkaloid which cannoL be ol~':' with -,;.~ter. In contrast to the ionerpUy employed renctions for dqos'~t'l D,1 Of ~,!~aloids the iodo- p.laiina,oe rerction appears to bt. a-nd is cali:,erl CL1 rectly in puri- ether or ilcohol extras o U,',SH-GBm,, reference-c (1923- 'ied Tw 1951)': Tabld.. Uatitulilon; kae. .'6j -Se.' Ukr.: 3NR, inst. of G--olog. Se. Submi "It 6- May: -U~);,1955 I.; IF MIR INIIIIIIHMI. ~j A 'i ftmemi~tr': t y 2A Pub. n.~ 17 Authors! t Gornoly,,!: 4 Ya4,,, A: On theic M ~~ffda Of tbe Froehde renction Per-iodilial 3 Ukr. zhuil 21/6, 763-765, Dee 1955 A. a trz 0 In crider' to e~q~. 4irm the correctness of the Froehde reaction (1866) the author invesidgated the properties of various phenols under conditions identical to the Froehde re~iction as well as the ~-_Ictions of Various re- ducin.g agents with molybdic acid in the Tresence Of CMCEntrated sulfuric aci-d,. It wan found tbat the Froehde re,-ction is cmnect.Ed -4th the Oxidation of the phenols, -into certain colcred compounds ard not --ith the formation of lybdjc~aci,~reductior products, Three referencr:s: 2 and 1 RwS2. m o ~:Graph_ Iwtitut~on Acad. i~of Sc. Ukr. SSR, Inst. of Geolog. Sc. Ribmitted May 14,:~055 41-Mm, G.YR. Separating sDindium from sedimentar7 ores, coal asbes, and. certain minerals for the purpose of its quantitative determination and production. %x.khim. zhur. 23 no.6:792-798 '57. WMA 11:1) l.Institut geologicheak:lkh nauk AN USSR. (Scandium) GONCHAROV, Stepan Valentinovich (Honcharov, S.V.I: _GMM, G. Ya. [Homli, H. IA.], kand.khim.nauk, g1avW red. [Synthetic mterials serving the people] Shtuchni m3terialy na Bluzhbi liudyny. KYiv, 1959. 35 P. (Toverystvo dlia poshyrennia politychnykh i naukovykh zaan' Ukrainslkoi RSR. Ser.5, no,12) (MIRA 12:12) (Ukraine--Synthetic products) - OCHMIT G.Ya. (Hornyi, H.IA.] Determination of the entry form of scandium in the cryatalline lattice of zircons. Geol.zhur. 21 no,,5-.95-97 161. (MA 14:10) 1. Institut geologicheskikh nauk AN USSR. (Scandium) (Zircon crystals) 5/07 316 2/02 8/002/004/006 B101/,110 AUTHOR; Gornyy, G. Ya. 9TAI'LE: quantitative determination of praseodymium in mixtures of rare-earth metals PERIODICAL: Ukrainskiy khimicheskiy zhurnal, v. 2B, no. 2, 1962, 238-241 TEXT': Tie possibility of a quantitative determination of Pr in the presence of RE was studied. The method is based upon the formation of higher pi-aseodymium oxides during calcination which separate in hydrochloric solution iodine from KI. The iodine is then titrated with Na 2S2 03' Before analysis, Ce and Tb must be removed by 'he Jodate and the sulfate methodt reapectively. Theother RE are converted into oxalateB which are slightly calcined, dissolved in HN03 (1:1), and the solution is then boiled down. Calcination at 7000C (2 hrB) in air follows next. The calcined RE oxides ILre mixed with KI and HC1 in a C02 stream, and the iodine liberated by 1-2 lirs' shaking in the dark is titrated. Higher praneodymium oxide obtained with a Pr content of up to 10~6 is called PrO 21 with 11-6w" Pr it Card 1/2 S/073 62/028/D02/004/006 C,tuantitative determination B101/B110 is Pr 0 , and with >60. (praseodymium preparations) it ia Pr There. 10 19 6011 are 4 tables. ASSOCIATION: Inatitut geologichaskikh nauk AN USSR (Institute of Geological Sciences AS UkrSSR) SUBMITTED: April 4, 1960 Card 2/2 S/073/62/028/003/003/004 B110/B101 Ya. quantitative determination of terbium in mixtures of rare earths of the yttrium subgroup PE'RIC"Dicl.'": Ukrainskiy khimicheskiy zhurnal, v. 28, no. 3, 1962, 393-395 Torbium was determined quantitatively in a preparation consistin"If 06.66", terbium oxide with 0.04~lf calcium, iron, and copper oxides, vvith jttrium, godolinium, and dysprosium oxides. Then 0.2 N KI oolution was added to the weighed portion, and the mixture was dissolved F 'l ~1;1) in a CO2 atmosphere, after which this solution visa diluted U % S 0 V,":th -"-,C and titrated in the presence of amylum with 0.05 N Na2 2 3 solution. In agreement with literature data 5.15 ml 0.05 N Na-2 S203 solution was consumed. Standard nitrate solutions of terbium and yttrium, ,;:ere boiled down to moist salts, dissolved with B20 and precipitated with saturated solution of oxalic acid. The precipitates were calcined (500 0c). Card 112 Quantitative determination of terbium ... S/073/62/028/003i'003/004 B11O/BiD1 In the oxide mixtures (mg): 2(Tb) + 98(y); 5(Tb) + 95(y); 10(Tb) + 90(Y); 2C%'Tb) + BO(Y), 1-90i 4.92; 9.50; 19.35% Tb 407P respectively, were found by titration with 0.01 N Na 2S203* There is 1 table. ASISOCIOIGN: inslu-itut Seologicheskikh nauk AN USSR (Institute of Geological Sciences AS UkrSSR) S 1 TT-7*D iJune 4, 1960 Card 2/2 GDRM, G.Ya Quantitative determination of praseodymium In mixtures of rare earth elements. Mix,kchimozhur. 28 no.2:238-241 -62. (1,11RA 15:3) 1. Institut geologicheskikh nauk AN USSR. (Praseodymium--Awaysia) (Rare earths--Analysis) GCR M P G. Ya. Quantitative determination of terbium in mixtures of rare earth elements of the yttriura subgroup. Ukr. khim. zhur. 28 n0.3%393-395 162. (MIRA 15:3-0) 1. Institut geologichaskikh nauk AN UkrSSR. Terbium--Analyais) (Rare earths) 'q)/EWT(n)/BDS W/.j-D/J:; L 18298-63 EWPk VI'VESSZON NRS 30050M ATTIROM a Gorny*y, 0,,Ta,l Gavrilova, B, Fe. TITLE$ DeterAiining total rare'ear;ths in,the presence of larger anounts of other elements BOURCEs Ukrainakiy khimicheekiy zhurnal, v. 29, no. 8, 1963, 859--863 TOPIC TAGS: oxalate oxalate precipitation, rare earth elements XBBTRAC21 A new modification of the oxalate precipitation method was developed for the quantitative removal of rare earths from lexge amounts of.cther elements, with very little fflontamination by the lattere The Bolubilizing effect of the oxalate complexe0of the admixed elements is removed by neutralizing the complexes with CaCO Y A rechanism for the neutralizatiot is proposed* Orig. art. hass 2.tablea. ASSOCIATIONt Institut geologicheakfth nauk AN USSR ~Jnstitute of geological soiences, Academy of sciences UkrMR) !Cord Y Ga.; -kh 11zh ' ' ~ihFiF,tJ70' C NIT - u k in-h.-kl irni XIVINA q MIMI IN "NO 1' , lz 1l K . st: . . K ,13 , .YvpJ , C-tv. 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Ixnetration of I -ral, hemillei c clurlse. 117:11! ciplaimum ammnt~ fin di.,svIvatirv-s tiv. I the iiii. znxlr~ comino"t I,y Flitrithfft and Iruti-Ii (Ween Cf. C. A. 23. M25) and their expil. (late..- F..).I. R. "So =0 0 109 --* 0 too 'AU Ask-IL Al P4T41AVP4KAL JIjtQAIk*E CLAj$WKAIjGN - - --------- It A" -0 0 ;w it C, ?I it Jr U ff it Is it N 144 n t 1. :~o * * * 0 0 e 0 * 0 0 * 0 0 * 0 fie * 00 000 0 0 0 * 0 6 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 * * * * 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 0 * 0 fie a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 * 0 0 a * 0 0 ooRmJ, K.B. Gom.yy, N.P. "FUectron emission from metallic monocrystals," Shornik trudov lenigr. eilekftrontaW. in-ta svyazi im. Bonch-Brpyevicha, Issue 4, 1949j, p., (13-95 --- Bibloigs 7 it,,xns --- Conclusion. Beginning: Issue 3, 1948 SO: U-3566, 15 March, 53, (LetDpis 'Zhurnal Inykh Statey, No. 14, 190). Y, 211 .M. Werminuffron id the Orlen. Italian at Metallir Marim-rjoefida, On N. It. Vcjjrn~'L Z,11-1.41 %*-q- mmemIti, . fp.h~ f,hearvir, omr. 2. V. $0, IMI, to. 245-25?, A mr-thiod tvilrisr ri,th,vto,il light rays, firsulfo, mf~ -Itil'jiff-If with 144up-gram. Vata air fal'ut'll"d ,It 2.11 1% t~ , , Sics Secondary electron emission Card 1/1 Author Gornyy, N. B. Title Secondary electron emission for the various facets of copper single- crystals which are covered with single-crystal layer., of cuprous oxide Periodit:al Zhur. eksp. i teor. fiz. 26, Jan 1954 Abstracb lnveotigatcs the dependence of the coefficient of secondary electron emission, delta., upon the energy of the primary electrons, V p , for three faces of copper single-crystal (100), (110), and (111), which are covered by o-inle-crystal layers Of Cu20, and also for polycrystal copper covered by Cu20 films. Establishes that the curves 8 = f(Vp) differ but sli-ghtly for investigated objects. Any difference is due to tl.e different values of 'Ube work function. 111stitlition Len ingraO Electric al Engine eriDg Institute of Co-mnunications Submitted Dccember 3.8. 1552 o, Z 1 :A cxp,-fiwcrjLqN-1~ f- !J, :u 1 morincryat. zi-lc -I, ~wl. :I, Y range iYum n- fo 2-~4V -1 :Try dlmzr~s, .-,!; de-M. I W) V . f0li t ~If' 1~- 1:~! IT I ! I-'-- the pnrtlary :I-, i'VA "; :1--" OM U con-md-:,-,ab~Y f,-~ tj~, It tIon- of (1010) than jor Elie 61rxca a - ~.,j V,.) f~--r tl:r 01,41, f t-,,: aplainl Va3y 0 n i ~ o~ I cinhdon Irmn tlv~ mfhi~!z. a!ifl djff=mccs in thr p.~mi~ c! plact dmcp ;I] tl~t -z1--;tt-zr USSR /Phys ic s Secon(lary electrons Card 1/1 Pub, i46-108 .A,uth('.)r Gornyy, N. B. Title Investigating the energy distribution of secondary electrons from cop- per single-crystals covered with single-crystal filias of cuprous oxide Periodical Zhur. e1wD. i teor, fiz., 26, 327-336, Mar 1954 Abstract By the mo;,thod of retardin3 electrical field the aut'nor investigates the energy distribution of truly secondary electrons frmn the faces of cop- per single-crystal (100), (110) and (11-1), which have been covered with single-crystal films of cuprous oxide and from polycrystalline copper covered with polycrystalline film of cuprous oxide. For the poly- crystalline specimen the author obtains distribution curves represent- ing within the limits of errors of measurements smooth curves witl-I one ordinau maximum without inflections. In the distribution curves for the single-crystal specimens one can observe besides the main maximum. Whe presence of inflections due to additional maxima. However, the considerable errors peculiar to the applied method do not permit one to consider completely proved the exisience of add4lional maxima. Than)-s L.. 11-1. Ri~~hovich and A. MitLellman. Institution : 1--ningrad Electrical Emripeering Institute of Communications Sutmitted ; December 18, 1952 G Tl"Y,~, USSR/Phy:j-4cs - Secondary electrons Card 1/1 Pub. 146-7/21 FD _q9), Author Gornyy, N. B. Title Study of the energy distribution function of secondary electrons in a copper single-crystal coated by single-crystal film, of cuprous oxide using method of electric differentiating Periodical Zhur. eksp. i. teor. fiz., 27, 171-179, Aug 1954 Abstract. An experimental study of distribution function of true SE!Condary electrons according to energies for a copper single-crystal (III) face coated with single -,crystal film of cuprous oxide with surfaceplane (III) and for poly- crystalline copper with polycrystalline cuprous oxide coating was conducted by electric differentiation method. Distribution curves of secondary electrons according to energies of single crystal specimens exhibited be- sides the main peak several additional peaks. Indebtedi to L. M. Rakhovich. Twenty-three references including 12 foreign. Institution : Leningrad Electrical Engineering Institute of Communication Submitted : December 19, 1953 USSR/Fhysics Electron emission FD-G~,02 Card 1 /1 r-La), 146 - 16,12o Author Garnyy, N. B. Title Nonelastic reflection of electrons f--om the surface of' cuprous oyid-. Pc!rio(.ical Zhur. eksp. i teor. fiz., 27, No 5 (11), 64o-651, Nov 11-54 Abstrtict An extension of the author's earlier -work on an investigation of the ener,tZr distribution of truly secondary electrons from a single-crystal surface of cuproua oxide (ibid., 27, 171, 1954), in which he establic-,hed the presence of additional naxima, found due to the electrons of the crystalline lattice that had received definite partions of energy from the primary electrons. Here the author discusses the influence of so- terti'Jaxy electrons P-n-. -1 Ta!tho(I fcr _iTl,~JAIS tL~' correctionr tc c i-storti.on irtroduced by the variation of thr_~ tertiary el~_-ctrcn (-;,cU;IiI.r_,d rcrort ~Jll ap,..,ear -1:ortly. liy. rt~f_arenccs Shullman and Yt:. I. Yc_ L. 11. Ralhovic,, A inst itute of' Connunication Subii,dt`v~d -bruary 2'~ 1~'511 USSR/~hysics Contact potentials FD-_3251 Card 1/2 Pub. :L46 - 10/44 Author Gornyy., N. B. Title Investigating the structure of the surface of cuprous oxide film on the various facets of a copper single-crystal and determining the contact potential difference between these surfaces Periodical Zhur. eksp. i teor. fiz., 29, No 6(12), Dec 1955., 8o8-816 Abstract An investigation,, by the method of diffraction of slow electrons, of the structure of surfaces of cuprous oxide film which are formed on the different facets of a copper single-crystal. It is estab- lished that a single-crystal Cu2O film with plane (111) parallel to the base is formed on the facets of a copper single-crystal (100) and (111), and on the facet "1-10) there is also formed a single- crystal CU20 film, but of less perfect crystalline stnLcture and with a surface plane (110). Investigations of the contact poten- tial difference by method of displacement of volt-ampere charac- teristics showed that the Cu20 films on the facets of copper single- crystal (100) and (111) possess identical vork function (0.2 volt), and consequently also identical crystalline orientation. Cu2O film Card 2/2 FD-3251 on copper facet (110) possesses large work function (C.~l volt), and also of stronger absorption of residual gas molecules tian Cu2O films on facets (100) and (111)) which indicates different proper- ties (orientation) of Cu_.O film on Cu. facet (110) and Cu2O films on Cu facets (100) and (1117. Twenty-two references. Institution : Leningrad Electrotechnical Institute of Communications Submitted : July 3, 1954 -... I .... ;0--g r ~7 9 -'Ilsl~~', l1r. *c rtgjt~,' (if "U'ver'Dd putd-all9l -A 't V , -k ;; il. L of grc,wr~ C4 tho pffnc p2l I.i.all lilw~;. ~Iber,~a Of 'ttoletrif pir. rint ';Ii, '14 cii.; 6 1 Wt. n n J I J CrIDRVIV,I - ~ 247. iL!M- ,STlGA'T3()N OF INFLASTIC ELECTRON PI FLECIVIb'4 IROU A mr.Tiz. Yol. 30, No. 1, 163-10 3SH). . IMUSOC scattering rZ Olect ons ln~ldcnt On a cuprv-~ !o~dder sQjifa~e bas I~een studied by a rnVthDJ Of eleCtlk 6111Cr- r. him'Aapborical condenser circull. Inelastic, MatIc j suffering discrete erjarp Iv5i;es hnve I~ecr, t Ii eaund ~~4 the electrons reflected izorn =:,noc-rystalliiie as tmell as ;blycryismnlne Sarfaceb. 71e &SCIL-tv P:-~.Lvy losse! ~Jual the~Oergy requlrv~ ~to transfer an electron of tha cryshl lattice froun a filled to an allowed zme. R is Shown Ihat the e iol InF-Austically TOlIpcied electrz,ns undt-rrolmg .~rj,y losses is ~due to the s2me MchaT35n" ns U12-I lor the Rp:,varance of discrelt? gxcup,~ of ger; jim? Ucondarl electrckns praviccsly Inund by ibe zutlzr. A. -e-~ r= I ~11 I 14-~*, a, MMM ~ ~zm `V~,- - .,-. -1 I - ..... SUBJE02 USSR / PHYSICS CARD 1 / 2 PA 1647 AUTROR~ GORNYJ,N.B. 7 TITLE"" The Investigation of the Angular Distribution of Secondary Electrons Emitted from Cuprous Oxide and their Energy Distribu- tio4. PMODICAL turn.eksp;i teor.fis, J1, f~sc-3, 386-392 (1956) Issued: 2 / 1956 The experimental order for these investigations consisted of a vacuum device the spherical part of which, which is covered with aquadag in the inside and which has a diameter of 110 mmq serves as a collector. The collector is sub- divided into five spherical zones which are insulated among one: another. The secondary electrons were able to impinge only upon the four upper zones, the fifth zone comprising the entire lower half of the sphere. The electrode with the emittor which is fitted in the center of the sphere, had the shape of a cylinder of 20 mm diameter and 17 mm length. This electrode oontained a bi',"ilar heating filament and a thermocouple for measuring temperature. Teat results: A diagram shows the delay curves obtained with each zone and with the 9 e collector at the energy V p - 400 MeV of the primary electrons and at a temperature of 400 0 of the emittor. A second diagreja shows the curves of the energy distribution of the electron, which was obtained by electric differentiation at similar conditions. The shape of all these curves changes considerably on transition from one zone to another. The shape of these curves Znrm.ekep.i teor.fis,31, fasc.3, 366-392 (1956) CARD 2 / 2 PA - 1647 is discussed in detail. The delay curves of the secondary electrons belong to the zones from I to 4 are distorted by tertiary electrons. However, the afore- mentioned apparatus contains also a further source of distortions. Thus, the secondary electrons impinging between the separate zones upon glass are able to charge the glass, and by this the field may be distorted at the collector. A further diagram shows the curves of angular distribution. The distortions caused by tertiary electrons neceasi*ate 'corrections which are discussed here. Dincussion of test results: The corrected curves of angular distribution agree be:it with the correspondingly selected rules (cos y and cos 9). If V k in- creases, the distortion caused by tertiary electrons diminishes. Within the domain of positive Vk the curves of the energy distribution of the secondary electrons change for the following reasons: if Vk diminishes, the number of tertiary electronB, after overcoming the resistance of the field, increases. Besides, the number of tertiary electrons transferred from the other zones to the given zone grows. The first-named reason increased and the second reduced the values of the points on the corresponding curves. Nextj the causes of distortions in the case of a negative Vk are mentioned. IISTITUTION: -.I 1,j ..olit 4d secii I-F lid P\ AUT-qORS: Gornyy, H.3., Reytsakas, A.Yu. 56-3-3/59 TITLE. Investigation of Characteristic Electron Energy Losses and Secondary Electron Emission from GeO (Isaledovaniye kharakteri- 9 2 sticheskykh ter energii elektronov i vtorichnoy elektronnoy emisaii GOO I ?EfaODICAL: Zhurnal 4Lsperim. i Teoret. Fiziki, 1957, Vol- 33, Nr 3, PP- 571-575 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The characteristic energy loss of electrons reflected by 2 germanium plates of the n- and p-type covered with GeO was measured by means of the electric differentiation in tie spherical capacitor. The corresponding characteristic energy loss spectra are for both plate types well agreeing. The energy loss spectra for GeO 2 and XoO2 which have an equal crystal lattice are similar to each other. The differences in the spectra are due only to the different lattice spacing. The secondary electron emission factor of GeO2 is almost double as great than that of pure germanium. There are 3 figures, I table and 7 Slavic references. 51J.BHITTYjD. March 1, 1957- VAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 1/1 A`MOR; Goruyyt W. B. 48-22-5-1/22 TITLE, Investigation of Discreet Electron Energy Losses in Mgq VgO, SoO and Go (Issledovaniye diskretnykh poter' energii elektronov T Mgt Kgo, 300 1 Go) Data of the VIIIth All-Union Gonference on Cathode Blectronicap Leningrad, October 17 - 24, 1957 (Nat3rial.T VIII Vaesoy-uznogo soveahchaniya o katodnoy elek- tronikej Leningrad, 17-24 oktyabrya 1957 9. ISRIODICAL: Isvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSRSoriya Pi%ioheskuya, 1958, Vol. 22t Nr 5t PP- 475 - 485 (USSR) JXSTRACT: These losses were found in most recent times in the irradiation of a number of substances (cuprous oxide /Refer:noel/, nickel- and solybdoniza-targets /Reference 1/, Moo 2 (Ref rence 3/, G002 /Reference 4,J) by electrons of relatively low energies (ev loo *V). A surve:r of publications (References 5 - 13) on the prob- lem is given. The author investigated the losses of the re- flooted electrons and the distribution of the true secondary electrons of Mgt KgO, BeO and Ge accordlaWby means of the me- thod of the electric differentiRtiOn (References 1304). On Card 1/2 this occasion he came to-Ahe following conclusions: 1) The Xnvestigation of Discreet Electron Energy Losses 46-22-5-1/22 in Mgt MgO, BeO and Go parallel investigation of tile discreet .)n,:r,.-y losses in the reflection of electrons with relatively low ent.,r-ies (-./ loo ev) and of discreet groups of true secondary electrona (mg, MgO, B90 and Ge) has shown that these losses are conditioned by interzone transitions (mezhduzonnyye pere-khody Fl.), which satisfy the formula (2).. h2 ( n 2 W 8m d ) With increasing energy of the impinging electrons the proba- bility of the discreet losses of hiGh energies increases. 2) Discreet losses of the lowest energy values(fox Mg - 3eV, for MgO - 5eV, for BeO - 4eV and for Ge - 2eV') were found, which do not satisfy the formula (2). Apparently the excitation of these discreet losses is caused by an other mechanism. Fi- nally the discussion on this abstract is summarized, in which took part A. 1. Piratnitakiy, N. 3). Morgulis, 1. 11. Bronshteyn, L. N. Dobretsov and the author. There are 8 figures, 8 tables And 28 references, 7 of which are Soviet. 1. Electrons.--Energy 2, flagnesium--Electrical PrCPerties 3. Ma-riesitim ~;L-_rd 2/ 2 oxides--Electrical pr~;perties 4. Berium o).ideo-Electrical properties 5. Germanium--Eleotricai properties AUTHOR: Gornyy, 11. B. SCUNI"'-35-1-41159 "C TITLE: The Discrete EnerGy Losses of Electrons in Soli6 Bodies and the Yield of Secondary Electrons (Diskretnyve poteri energii 0. elektronov v tverdykh telakh i vyr'.-hod vtorichn,ykh elektronov) PERIODICAL: Zhurral eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fiziki, 1958, Vol. 35, Nr 1, : pp. 281 - 287 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The author first mentions several earlier papers dealing with this subject. It is interesting to compare the values of the discrete energy losses V 1) - Vk with the values of the work function (ratota vykhoda) el-Oand with the maximum value of the coefficient(i 0.0 1 I the second emission. Max A table demonstrates schematically the discrete energy losses of the inciding electrons and the value ofr_- T - The discrete energy losses were measured in the author's laboratory. The last column of this table gives the values Of Emax for the same minerals for which the discrete energy losses were obtained. According to the results of this Card 1/3 table, the substances investi,gated may be subdivided into The Discrete Energy Losses of Electrons in Solid SOV/56-7)5-1-41/59 Bodies and the Yield of Secondary Electrons 3 groups: 1) The substances for which all the values of the discrete losses are higher than eP have a high yield of secondary electrons. To these substan3es there belong MgO, CaO, BaO, NaCl, and M. 2) The substances for which the most intensive discrete enerjy losses are lower than ef have a low yield of secondary electrors (Ge and MOO 2). An intermediary group of substances at the same time,have discrete losses with energy val-ties higher and lo,~,.,er than eT. This group corresponds mainly to low values of V . The secondary electrons, which are generated withiR the substances, can lose their energy by excitation of the electrons of the valence zone only if their energy is not less thar. tl-,e minimum energy of the discrete losses. Transitions between the zones play an important part in th,2 secondary emi:3sion of 'une insuiators and semiconductors; they deperid mainly on the quantity S . There are 1 fit;ure and 9 references, Card 2/13 7 of which are Soviet. 59 The DiScrete Bner.,;y Lon-coo. of 'Electrons in Sol--'Ld 1) , ~, C, - -l+ - 35 Bodies and the Yi-eld of Secondary Electrons ASSOCIALTION: Lenin~;rudskiy elektrotel-h-nicheskiy institut slryazi (Leninc;r--J Elec+--oteel-Inical Ins'~itute of C ~,::.i:nmicat ion s) SUBElITTED: Yarch 8, 1958 Pard 3/3 83648 8/058/60/000~)08/005/009 ~Iif 'Ho Ot //#a A005/AOO1 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Fizika, 1960, No. 8, P. 269, # 20699 AUTHORS: _=~.B-Reytsakas, A.Yu. TITLE: Pulse CompensaUng Circuit for Investigation of Secondary Electron Emission om Semiconductors and Dielectrics ~r II Y\ PERIODICAL: - Tr. Leningr, elektrotekhn. in-ta avyazi, 1959, No. I pp. 7)-8~ IM: To lower the error in the determination of the coefficient dof the secondary electron emission from dielectrics a pulse compensating circuit is developed, which allows the simultaneous measurement of the primary and secondary electron currents. The circuit presented makes it possible to mezusure at 6 - I E ondary elec_ and 6< 1. The measurement results are presented (the yield of et. trons and the delay curves) obtained with the given circuit for the three com- pounds: MD02, BeO, MgO. The sensitivity of the circuit and the error in the measurements are estimated. Author's summary Translator's note: This is the full translation of the original Bussian abstract. Card 1/1 24(2) 1, U T H 0 IR' Go BO ScIr/5 !:-"7-2-!z /.'J xilIaL. 11 .... - TITLE: Discrete Energy Losses of Electrons ard the Secondazy Rnissicn of MO PERIODICAL: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fizikj.# 1959, Vol 379 Nr 2(8)t PP 340-348 (US SI-0 ABSTRILOT: As shown by numerous earlier paper& (Refs 1, 3,. '~-8) EffiortlY mentioned here, the author dealt with these problems alreRdy in detail. Several particular features concerning the interrelation between the discrete electron energy losses and the crystal structure of the investigated substances are desoribed; an investigation of these conditions in substances similar to MgO and having the same crystal structure appears to be of interest, and therefore CdO was chosen as an object for this purpose. The sample usad was a round OdO plate of 0#5 mm thickness ( made available by V. P. Zhuze) which was prepared in a here described manner. L description of the vacuum device (3.,Io-7torr) is to be found in reference 8. Figure 1 shows 4 diagrams: the distribution curves of the inelastically reflected electrons at V P (energy of Card 1/3 the inciding electrons)= 30, 50, 100 and 145 v at 2500C; Discrete EnerGy Losses of Electrons and the S07/56-37-2-:1/56 Secondary Dnission of CdO all curves show peaks which are characteristic of discrete enero losses. A table shows values of discrete energy losses of electrons reflected on CdO. Secondary electron emission was investigated on the same device. Pigure 2 shows the energy distribution curves of the real secondary electrons at 2500C and Vp = 30P 50, 100 v; figure 3 shows the depondence of the coefficient of a secondary emission on VP at 20 and 400OC- At V1) = 500 v C[max is about 1.25- is, howe,rer, only to a very loyr degree dependent upon Vp. Figure 4a shows the delay curves at VP = 150 and 500 v at 4000C, and ffCurc 4b shows 'he energy distribution curves of the secondary electrons, obtained by numerical differentiation of tho delay curves. The two distribution curves practically coincide, zari zjo do th-c values of the most probable electron energies. These experimentally found facts are discussed in the follovd-no. Ii. aac~ found that the spectra of the two face-centered oubic cryctals CdO and 11CO are actually similar, the differences are due to the difference Card 2/3 in the lattice constants. The groi~ps of rc!al Becondary electrons S07/556-37-2_7 /56 Discrete Energy Losses of Electrons and the 5econdary Emission of CdO of CdO, which have discrete energies, are produced by a single type of mechanism yielding those discrete eloctron energy losses. The small magnitude of CLx confirms the already previously made assumption conceriiing the dependence of 0~ on the ratio MUX between the minimiun of the discrete energy losses and the elootron work function. The author finally tharl-cu, !it MO K-ozlovskiy and A. G. Podgayskiy for their help in connection with measurements. There are 4 figures, 1 table, and 15 references, 12 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Leningradskiy elektrotelchn:'L-cheskiy institut svya2:i (Lenin,:;rad Electrical Enaineering Institute for Communica~ians) SUBMITTED. February 14, 1959 Card 3/3 201DO AUTHOR TITLEt PERIODICAL: mil 1119~ )1111 20778 S/!81/61/003/003/003/030 ]3t02/'B2!4 Gornyy 0 14. B.. Mechanism of discreet energy losses of electrens in germanium Fizika tverdogo tela, V. 3, no. 3, 1961, 698-7-.10 TEXT: The experimentally determined distribution curves of' the energy of electrons scattered in germanium were given in an earlier papEr (Ref. 1.- :9. B. Gornyy, izv. AN SSSR, ser. fiz. 22, 475, 1958). The prE!sent paper gives an analysis of these curves, the object being to obtain exact values of the discreet energy losses on scattering. The experimental. curves were taken for a germanium layer obtained by evaporation ih a VaCUUM. These curves are shown in a figure for different energies V of the incident elec- p t2rons. The energ. e discreet losses (V -Vk) are y values of the peaks of th p given in a table in volts. Except in one base, the peak energy is in good agreement with the formula: W = h~ h +k +1 which is ;alie. "or a cubio Ge 8M 2 lattice. In this formula, h' is Planck's constant, hki the Mdller indices Card 113 20778 Mechanism of S/181/61/003/OC13/003/030 B102/B214 (last row of the table), a the Ge lattice constant, and m the electron mass. The formula was obtained on the assumption that the incident. electron imparts its energy to an electron of the lattice to transfer it to a. so-oalled quasi-steady state. The W values in ev are given in the last but one row of the table. The value V P-Vk- 16 v is not in agreement %idth the formula. This energy corresponds to the plasma-oscillation energy WP. h' 41rn'e 2) 112, IF, (' . where n' is the concentration of the valence electrons, P_ the charge, and m the mass of an electron. In another case, the peak of discreet losses (V -V,-1-2 v) can be described by neither of the two formulas, Two peculi.- P 1, arities of this peak are to be observed, which distinguish '-t from the other cases: 1) In this case, the peak intensity does not decrea~3e with increas- ing Vp but increases markedly; 2) The discreet energy losses Ancrease sys- tematically with increasing V p(from 1v to 2v on raising V D from "0 to 140v); the other peaks Bhow no systematic dependence on V p, This ineans that this peak has an origin entirely different from that of all the ot'.rier peaks, for example, the production of an electron-hole pair (that is, transfer of an Card 2/3 Mechanism of ... 20778 S/181/61/003/003/003/030 B102/B214 electron from the valence band to the conduction band), The value V P-Vk-1v is very close to the value of the forbidden band width of Ge '0.76 ey), A study of the optical constants for germanium in the quantum energy range 1-10ev showed that the absorption coefficient has maxima at quantum energies of 2.5 and 4.4 ev which lie near the first two peaks at 2 and 4.6 ev. Thus, three mechanisms of energy loss of electrons in germanium can be distin- guished: 1) electron-hole pair production, 2) excitation of lattice elec- trons to higher states, and 3) plasma oscillations. There are I figure, 1 table, and 5 references:' 2 Soviet-bloc and 3 non-Soviet-bloc, ASSOCIATION- Leningradskiy Elektrotekhnicheskiy institut svy4azi im. M. A. Bonch-Bruyevicha (Leningrad Eleotrotechnical InStitute of Communications imeni M. A. Bonch-Bruyevich) SUB14ITTED: January 18, 1960 Card 3/3 L JH7~_()"' r'-r(j, All ACC NR,A1603B56B AU7110T: GorjWyp 14. B. :ORG: Leningrad Electr Djening-radskiy eleK.-ro JITLE: .SOURCE: %TOPIC TAGS: plas~non, .resonance absorption, ISOUTICE CODE: UR/0181j045/008,1006/1939/1942 J secondary electron emission, photoeffect, excited electron state, plasma wave absorption 'ABS MICT: Since the hitherto prevalent point of view that the photoeffect and second- ~ary emission are connected with a single-electron excitation mechanism does not explainj ,many experimental data, the author points out on the basis of experimental data that an, iap.preci 11o e role is played by collective (plasmon) oscillations of the interacting elect-i - in these phenomenao Since experiments on Al, P1gy, Ag, and other substances have confirmed the fact that a plasmon can experience decay and emit a photon, and the inverse process has also been observed, the author proposes that the plAsmon energyy -produced upon resonant absorption of light, can be transferred aft-cr the plasmon decay !to conduction electrons. If the electron acquires enough energy, it can leave the Isolid and photoemission can thus occur. Similarly, resonant absorption of electrons i ~by a solid should lead to the occurrence ot plasmons, which decay and transfer thei ;energy to secondary-emission electrons. Experimentally observed peaks of this nature.. Plasmon photoeffect and secondary electron emission Fizika tverdogo tela, v. 8, no. 6, 1966, 1_939-1942 L 388 0-66 k6f-NRI Ar-6018569- gathered from a large nmber of publ-inhed papers, and connected with pbxsmon phenamenap are presented for Al, Ag, Ge, and NaCl. The energy balance of these processer, is briefly discussed. Orig. art. has: 1 figure. SUB CGDE: 2D/ SUBM DATE: 2ODec65/ ORIG REF: OOB/ Oni REF: 015 Card 2/2 --,-GOIUNYII V. The club and its active memb( rs. Vuen. znar.. 41 no.4:3' ftp 165. (IIIHM 18:3) usSR / Farm Animals. Cattle. Q-2 Abs Jour : Rof Zhur - Biol.) No 14, 1958, Nc, 6"41 Author : Vishnyalov, N. K.; Gorobchenko, M. F. Inst : Not given Title Inheritance of Butterfat Productiveness and Other Milk. Properties in Siberian Simmenthal Crossbreads Orig Pub Zhivotnovodstvo, 1957, No- 8, 65-69 Abstract According to the data provided by a qualitative evaluation of the Siberian-Simmenthal crossbreeds of the 1-h. generations in the sovkhozes and kolkhoz breeding farms of the Altay Kray, the crossbreeds obtained by an "absorption" crossing surpassed the crossbreeds produced by a "reproduction" cros- sing, in relation to milk yield, yearly butterfat production, =d'li,~c weight, but they yielded in regard to the fat con- tent of the milk. The conclusion is drawn that a change from "absorption" crossing to "reproduction" crossing imder con- ditions of the Altay Kray is unfounded. Card 1/1 GO'BOPCHRIT40. M.F. Butter fat production of cowa. Agrobiologila no.4:134-135 Jl-Ag '58. (M:IRA 11:9) 1. Altayakly naucbno-iseledovatellskiy institut gallskogo kbozyaystva. (Butterfat) -GOROBGHENKO, O.P. (Horobehenko, O.P.J; SUKHOBRUS, S.V. Duration of fertilizers' action. Nauka i zhyttia 11 no. 4:40 Ap 161. (IIIRk 14:5) (Fbrtilizers and manures) SAI,',OYWV, B.N.; SKLYAREVSKIY, V.V.; GOROBGHEITKO, V.D.; - - STEPANOV, Yep. Asymetry of the beta radiation from Cc 60 nuclei pol?.rized in a cobalt-iron alloy. Zhur. eksp. i teor. fiz. 40 zio.6:1871- 1874 Je `61. (MIPJ, 114-:8) (Beta rays) (Cobalt-Isotopes) (Cobalt-Iron alloys) 3/056/61/041/006/018/054 B102/B138 AUTHOR~;: Samoylov, B. N., Sklyarevskiy, V. V.,.Gorobchexiko,-V. D. TITLE; Deterwin-.;.tion of the sign of the local magnetic) field on nuclei of gold dissolved in iron or nickel PERIODICAL: Zhurnal akeperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fiziki, V., 419 no. 6(12)t 1961, 1783-1786 1. TEXT: In a previous paper (Ref. 2: ZhETF, _40, 1871, 1961) the authors have reported on-a.method of determining the magnitude and sign of a local ffagnetic field from the asymmetry in angular distribution of the ,'x-radiation of polarizod nuclei. Theoret -ical_problem are dis6useed first. ~Ihe asimmetry, which is defined as 111(0) where N 0 denotes the isotropic count, is given'by (4); 31s + 2 )~rtj X/p p p.H. I I + (X/P)i w k F, Gard 1/4 A S/05 61/04 1 /0061/0-18/054 Determinationof the sign of the local ... B102YBI3'8 ~i 2 p = Y, W_1 is the electron momentumt A and p are parameters, linear combinations of the nuclear matrix elements as defined by LIvri-;a-Morita (.?hya. Rev. 109, 2046, 1958), Pq is the nuclear magnetic moment' and HO the local field. The experimental arrangement has been described in Ref. 2. After activation by thermal neutrons the specimens, containing -0- W) by weight gold and - 1V6 by weight iron and nickel, respec tively, were ailnealed at -10000C for 2-3 hr. Fi was plotted as a funciion of 1/T and after oorrections had been incorporated,.it was found from the gradient of Vae straight lines that: .-(6.9+0-3).-lO-3T-1 for gold in iron and -(1.6+0-1)-10-3T-1 for,gold in nickel. With Eq. (4) the following was found --- i + WO 101, Oe. (A) (6,2 �0 Oe; Hn (1J �0.07'),-/,+? Card 2/4 S/056/61/041 0 ~'6 0 1 E:' /04 Determination of the Sign of tile local B102/B138 for sold in iron and grold in nickel, respectivoi%- value A/4 =1-1+0-7 (Phys . Rev. 116 , 7613 , 1,00"J) t-_- 10c;F1 f i :,Id R 0 - 1 1 ,e ,q z -1 .0- 10 oe is cal culated f or iron and i_, I n - 1~ ii ~ .~i t mEasurements by the -authors (ZhETF, 38, 359, 1960). Ir nickel it i-, ~~- 1 . 8 - 1 O)oe , whi cn is 9.6 t ime s less, but in bot h ca ses it i s J.n 1. he op.,.os direction to the domain field. This could eitlier be attributed I.o tile contact field of the inner s-shells electrons or to contact interactioil ~,.,ith polarized electrons. The latter, however, is ii-I contr~A:I.CtiOrl wit-!! r;~sults by Ye. I' . Kondorskiy (ZhETF, 40, 361, 1961)~ The author!z Ye. K~ Zavoyskiy, L. V. Groshev, Ya. A. Smorodinskiy. D, P. G:~echuir.-.,_n, F. 1--aretskiy, Yu. MI. Kagan and L. D. Puzikov for discussio; -nd 0. Y~ Chilashvili, V. Ni. Agureyev, N. V. Razzhivin, I. B_ FJlippov, Ye- Yukovich, V. A. Drozdov and V. D. Sheffer for assistance, TnEre are 2 figurts and 6 references; 4 Soviet and 4 non-Soviet. The foal, most recent r,3ferences to English-language publications read as follows, B, S=mlov et al. 'Proc. VII Int. Conf, Low Temp. ?"nysics, Toronto, IC960, p 111; L, D. Roberts, J. 0. Thomson, BuLl. AmQr. i'hyij. ".oc., 6, 25:), 1961; Card 3/4 i S/056/0 1 104 1 /006/0 16,'0')4' DEterMination of the sign of the local - B1 02/Bi 38 D~ A. Goodings, V, Heine. Phys. Rev. Lett., 5, 370, 1960; A. J Freeman. R. E. 71atson. Phys. Rev. Lett., 5, 498, 196o. SUBMITTED: JulY 17, 1961 Card 4/14 sAmomov, D. ji., 7. V. r:-` "71- vlCm of Ilirs locrLI rl,Ati , ;, ' o: ~ !~: C' ~ ~,'. ." !.-! irc,7i wid nichel" report to be sulmitted for tb~ 8th IntS. Cunif. cn L~,,) 1.)y.-.ic3 (rul:~P) borldon, EnE;Iand, 16-2;~ re-,r,6" cz ~. ,,'pjj7,,rp,. YE. P., an~:: G4)RGBC1R;NKO,-Y-,-D-, LUJU-SHEVICH, !- "I SAMMOV, B- N-, - ~ I -- SHIN, K. P. , SnD~ ~,VSKfY, V- V-, PJIE "Uns-c)lit Absorpil-ion line of D.V16-1 of Natu----Il 1-10th in DY203 a, t = 5COOC, " report -oresented at the 3rd Intl. Conf. on the Mossbauer Effectl Cornell Univ-Y liew York, 4-7 sep 63 KBILY .ITz', P,r-, vO;?VTLI'LSYN,, N.S.; SVOBCDIN, Ye.N., ShliROTBOVII, H.G., STF.RELYUKHIN, "1.A., MOd'91 Of & (;Ystem for automat,' ng scientific experiments in carrying a- out tuchnologloal rese ~ch. Vych. sist. no.8t27.-31 163. (MIRA 17,-12) GOROBCHUK, V.M.; SEMIKIN, V.L. - 4j6 Reducing output-signal pulsations of the E-2D converted,, in the EAUS system. Avtom. i prib. no.4t68-70 O-D 163. "(MIRA-16:12) 1. Lisichanskly filial Instituta avtomatiki Donetskogo soveta narodnogo khozyaystva. B-) X 7 w' t14L n Mi..~~;. ind. SSSR 9. Monthl List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, Allru 19/ )A, Uncl. 52 1. GORBATOV, V.: GOROBEZ~.L A. 2. USSR (600) 4. Packing House Products 7. Producing canned Itstewed meat" in no. 14 cans. Miss. Ind. SSSR, 23 no. 6, 1952. 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, March, 1953. Unclassified, GOOBSTS, A.. inshener. Now technical charts for cutting tin plates. Xias.Ind..'0,S2R 25 no.2: 34-37 154. (MA 7:5) 1. Direktor konservuogo savoda Man-Udenskogo, oyasokombinfita. (Canning industry) GOROBETS,A. , lt~ , ~. - .. 5tructural defects of the OZIK" Inbeling macnine. MiRsAnd. SSSR 26 no.4:9-11 155. (MLRA 8:10) 1. Direktor kouservnogo zavodn Ulan-Udenskogo myRsokombimata (16-tbeling mchines) GOROEZTS. A. Improving the semiautomatic %&chbe for soldering ne.14 can$. Rias.ind.SSSR 26 no.5:17-21 '55. wak 9.2) 1, I.Dirsktor kwaserwasgo saroda Ulan-Udonsksgs swasokesserynoge kenibinsta. (Solder and soldering) (Ulan-Ude-Canning industry) Grig, or I yevich; XALITH, Nikolay TrofimDvich; KOGAN, Naum Borieovas~ SOKOXIN, N.N.. iazhener, redaktor; BOBROVA, Ye.ff.. ta- t - 'k G Mes"Ey redakt or [Maintenance of railroad tracks in sections with elactrit: traction. automatic blocking, and electric switch centralization] Soderzhanie puti no uchasItkakh a alektricheBkot tiagot. avtoblokirovkoi i elektri- chaskol t9entralizataii strielok; opyt puteitsev SvardlovBkol dorogi. Moskva, Goa. transp. zhel-dor. izd-vo, 1957. 63 p. (MIRA 10:4) (Railroads ,Track) - GCROBETS A.D. . I Effect of certain factors on the degree of accumulation of lactic acid in Meath Yopr.pit. 17 no.1:93-94 Ja-F '58. (MIRA 11:4) 1, Iz kDfedry voterinarno-sanitarnoy ekspertizy (zav. -- prof. 1.S. Zagayevskiy) Belotserkovskogo sellskokhozyaystvennogo Instituta. (MEAT-AIIALYSIS) (IACTIC, ACID) GOROBETS, A. D., Cand. Vet Sci -- (diss) "Effect of the conditi-on of large borned cattle on the degree of of L' cogeri in the muscles and the preservation perdod of the, Bjelaya Tserkov', 1960. 16 pp; (Ministry of Agricuiture Ukrair;-.,La,,l SER, Belo- tserkovskiy Ar_ricultural Inst); 100 copies; price riot (riven; (KL, 17-60, 1-05) -- GOROBETSV A.D. Effect of various factors on the glycogen and lactic acid content o? beef. Vop. pit. 18 no. 6.63-64 v-D 159. (MIRA 14:2) 1. 1z kafedry veterinarno-sanitarnoy ekspertizy i patologicheskoy anatomii (zav. - prof. I.S. Zagayevskiy) Belotserkovskogo sellskokhozyaystvennogo instituta. (BEEF) .(GLYGOGEN) (LACTIC ACID) GOROBSTS, A.G. Producing ribbed pipes. StanA instr. 25 no.4:31-32 Ap 154. (MlaA 7:6) (Pipe) SDIAAIIOV E.V.p gornyy inzh*~'; GOOBETS A.K., gornyy inzh. I . - -- - ' -- ----- --- Ventilation arrangements in stopes where the met-hcd of top slicing is used# Gor.zhur. no.3:30-33 Mr 161. (MDA 140) 1. Nauchno-Issledovatel'skiy gornorudnyy institut, Frivoy Rog. (Krivoy Rog Badn-Mine ventilztion) 0010BETS A*X 9 inzh.j KOVSHULYA, F.A., inzh.; SOLGALOVp E.V.9 j.nzh.; 9W ~~~ 11-KOV, B. M. , inzh. ~~Usolts of testing new sprayers. Bezop.truda v prom A, nco.6.-10-12 Je 160. L Immosbekiy nauclino-ioBledovatellokiy insti-tut plmorudnoy FVE"Monvow. (Spraying and dusting equipment-Testing) KCWSHULYA, F.A., In7h.; TORWVNIKOV, inzh.; SHARUN, V-G-, inzh.; GOROBEIS, A.K., inzh. Systems of the ventilation and the improvement of thE!ir designing. (YJRA 14*8) Bezop. tnida v prom. 5 no.8:25-18 Ag '(I. 1. Krivorozhskiy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy institut frornorudnoy promyshlennosti. (Mine ventilation) SOMUOVP E.V., gornyy imzh.; GOROBETIS, 1-Y-:, gcrm7vy inzh,,; BOKLUT, V.G~, gornyy inzh, 1. Study of the. proce-IT7,es of crc,.aticwp, dicitribution, =E c-Lrrying out oj~ dust subsequent to th-~ datonatim of ~:n ov!,rhmd charge. Gor. 2hur. r)c-,3;6--,,-69 Mr t62, (I'll-RA 15L7) ius~,itut, M.-Ivoy Rog. QriTrov Rog Basin-14diae dustO (Blastli~g) BOKLANJ V.G., inzlj.; GOROPl,,TS, A.K., nzh. Improving the working organization of the underground transportation in mines. Bezop.truda v prom. 7 no.7:10-11 Jl 163. (MLTIA 16:9) 1. Krivorozb5kiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy imtitut gornorudnoy pro- inyshleimosti. (Krivoy Rog Basin-Mine haulage-Safety ineasures) GORYSHINI, N.I.; GOROBETS, A.M. Vertic-al model of a gradient "polythermostat" with five chambers. Vest. LGU 17 no.15:124-126 162. (MIPA 15-8) (Physiological apparatus) (Thermostat) 4. To:-mtoes Province. 7. Influence, of j(~,,lit4.-I na ry ollination of thr cl-ostrtr on 111!"'.-I 7.1-Cle-9 01, in Leninf-.rnw V-cst. Lc-n. Ur. 1952 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress,'rebru&27 -1953. Unclassified. 19. K.t ll-ofC.'llwr; RZOIRAMOVA, kc:mdldat ""vjk, starshiy nziuchn~,ry sotruinik; G. do!-tor nauk., dotsent; DMsl7-L7V3'-M, A.S., kandidat biolo-ic-l-~,es",cilh dotsent; SHTEEYNH~Z', D. M., dob'tor biologicheskilch naulc; A. G. aspirant; 1. Y., inladshiy nauchi%yy sotrudnik; ZFE"KE) L. N-, doktor biologicheskikh nauk, professor; ITATDV, V. S., student V kursa; XOMOV, V. Ye. kandilat biologiGheskikh nauk starshiy z)auchnyy sotrudnik; KAIRTASn,17, A. I., kwididat biologicheskikh nauk, starshiy naxichnyy sotrudnik; NIMENZO, A. A., starshiy nauchnyy so- t.-udnik; VASILE73KAYA, V. K., doktor biologicheskikh nauk, dotsent; RY-UMIN, A. V., kandidat biologichaskikh nauk; NAUMOV, D. V., ,andidat biologidheskikh nauk, mladshiy nauchnyy sotradnik; KH~.'-ZATSKIIY!L. 1. kandidat biologicheskikh nauk, dotsent; GOaOBE-rS, A. M., kanlidat biologicheskikh nauk-,"' star shiy natichnyy V. S. assistent; GEIBILISKIY., N. L., doktbrbiolo-icheslUkh nauk, professor; AL:,XSANDaGV, A. D., professor; KOLODYA-1-HIM, V. !.; 'TUIBIN, N. V.; ZAVAD- Slay, K. 11. Z-Theory of species ani the formation of si-,eciels. Vest. Len. un. 9 no. 10:43-92 0 154/ OUITIA 8: 7) 1. Chlen-korresj:onrlent Akademii nauk SSSI (for ShIslikin, Aleksandrov) (Continued on next card) L 1% SHIW.,:D,'. B. K., professor; R01IMMMA, 1-11. G., kandidat bioloE:~c~eskilkh naL~,, star5hiy naychnyy sotrulnilk, and others. 7. Vest. Len. un. 9 fTheory of species and the formation of' species no. 10:43-92 0 154. (laRA 8: 7) 2. Leningradskiy gosudarstvenW universitet (for 3hishlcin. Romankova, Markov, Ipatov, Rozlovj, Kartashev, Godlevskiy, Gerbillskiy, Alek-sandrov) 3. Zoologicheskly institut Akademii nauk 3SSR (for Shteynberg, Naumov) 4. Ka.fedra entolaologii Leningradskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta (for Damilevskiy). 5. Kaf.-,dra darvinizma Leningr--Idskogo gosularstvennogo Universitete (for Lomagin, q2r.2b~es~. . Kafedra ge otaniki Leningrad- skogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta (for Nitsenko). 7. Kafedra botaniki Leningradakogo gosudarstyennogo universiteta (for Vasilovskaya). 8. Ka- fedra zoologii pozvonochrly1ch Leningradskogo gosudarsthennogo universi- teta (for Khozatskiy). 9. Leningradskoye otdeleniye Vscsoy-uzoogo in- stituta uclobreniy, aarol-ochvovedeniya i agrotekhniki (for Se.U I-Bek-man) 10. Institut eksperimentallnoy Meditsiny Akaderdi :~ieditsinsldkh nauk S3M (for Zhinkin) (Ori -in of sle(;iC3) GOROB31TS, A,H. On tho controversial problems of DarwiniErm ("%BCUH3i0IL on the problem of species and species formation"; Uchenys capisi of the Tomsk University no.27 1956. Reviewed by A.M. Gorobets),. Tost. IGU 12 no,3;:L38-142 157,' (MIRA 11:5) (Origin of species) GOROBETS, A.M. Discussing the problem of intraspecIfic biological, differentiation at the 13th scientific sesoion of Leningrad Univernitye Nauch. dok-1.vys.ahkoIy;bioI.nauki no-3:190-192 '58. (HIRL 11:12) (VARUTION (BIOLOGT)) I GOROBETS, A.M,; kand. biol. nauk ., 0WORSO Life expectancy of tomto pollen. Dok-l. Ak-ad. sel'L'rlr,!I. 23 no-1:11-15 '58. (MIRA 11:5) l.Leningradakiy ordena Lenina gosudarstvennyy universitet imeni A.A. Zhdanova. Predstavleno akademikom D.S. Brezhnerrm. (Tomatoes) (Pollen) - GOROBETS, A.M. .... .... .. ~ .- .. -- -1., 1. -1 ... Scientific jubilee sessioncbvoted to the one-hunderdth anniverearY of the publication of 0. Darvin's "Origin of specieii.' Vest. LOU 15 no.9:143-146 160. (MIn 13:4) (NTOLUTION) GOROBKIS A.M. Effect of the pcwition of fruit on the plant on the quality of seeds in tomatoes, Vest LGU 15 no.21:5-11 160. (14DA 14:4) (Tomatoes) (Seed production) I NOVIKOV , Ivan Ivanovich; qQR_QEM-j-A.Y1, p kand. biolog. nauk, r)aucbnyy red-- VOROBIYEV, G.S., red. izd-va; GURDZHIYEVA, A.M., tekhn. red * [Is everyting expedient in living nature?]Vse Ii tselesoobraz- no v zhivoi prirode. Leningrad, Vses. ob-vo PO raSpr. polit. i nauchn. znanii RSFSR, 1961. 59 p. (HIRA 15:12) (ZOOIOU~Bcology) ZAVADSKIT., K. M.; PGR99~~,-A.-Y.; IKHODIKOV, L. Ye.; KRAKEINAY L. N. Some raoults of the studY on the popu:La+,ionB of higher plants. Trudy PBI no.19*-17-34 162. (MIRA 16. 1) 1. Iaboratoriya evolyutaii populyatsiy Petergofakogo biologicheakogo instituta. (Plant populations) G 0 IR,) J - ) A . I f, 4 ; F ' ~" 11-07,1=Yi. I L. V. Ini'l,u(, I-eviconve &b.l.) i t.y and sus(.:(,pt ibi I I ty to j,hyt ophtorp- of tomato hybrid fruits iii Lhe yetir of crossing. Vest ILU 19 no. 9:52-58 164. (MIRA 17:7) - .' ~ i ' - I i!; I": ..." I P, -1. _i . , :"%ra_'n.' 1:~n ,tudy of 11- Pn- 1-n I ni~ry ill Lpnin.-rad Prov.'1nr_,t:,. bio_. nau](i no.4:1~0-182 165, (M-', " 18;10) 2. Rekomendnvana labcorutw.lyw~_i nuojl:f~jj_ i e,,!oj3q_1ts:jj 1101-1.11yatf.'y Dlcdclgriche.,Ac~:o in.-tituta 1f.!njngrvdt3'kogo im. A.A,,,',hdarmva. ACC NRI SOURCE CODE'. U;1/0325/~)5/0130/"~lr~11/018ri/lo:L82 AUTHOHi rsbedetd 1,; CbereppnvV04 No F*q GorobatiLx kay!L L :1 ORO* how," TITLE: Pralir"Inory ukudy of the Phytophthorn 1nfetAting) Ooo Mary strain on tomatobs oonditions SOURCE4 0. Naucbnyye dokludy vyasbey sb3roly. BiolovichesIrly nauki, noo 4, 1965j, 180-182 TOPIC TAGS: bortlculture,, plant disease, funEus plant parasite ABSTRACT: Thia.investiggation in 1963 of the resistance of' oifferent varioties of tomato p1ants to Pbytopbtbora Infestans included a determination of lbbe strains of the LqnZu.Wollected frcm the to-matoes at the experimental plots of the Leningrad Universjtj Q.Q2ovjcu1--- Juitli-In. Only nt:~aln 4 and Po 1e strain 0 as deternin ad according to the $hick scole. bj munns of plant different-intors) vere isolated Card ACC NR, AP6005101 J from, '911 six varietiea of tomatoes. Strainz 1 and 1.3 were observed in 2 instances., but in no case 'were aggressive strains with a 3 or 4 scale ra.ting observed. Thl i -was explaine Is -; by the favorable growing season in 1963. Further studies~ may expose a greater veriety.of fungus strains infesting tomatoes, P~rig% art, has: I table, SUB CODE: 06/ SUBM DATE! 120et64/ ORfG REP: 001/ OTH REF: 003 2/2JAa, 09-4-5-8/26 HORS: Aflintsev, K. K. , Gorobeto, 171., 1"'Isatkill, V. P., Konda'rova, E. S.- TITLE: Dosin,ctric Characteristics of tI.- Ccuposite Fiscion Fra,-::,.e.,-,ts L> of Uranium (Dozimetricheakiye kharakteristiki, ariesi oskolkov deleniYa urana) YERIODICAL:. Atonnaya Energiya, 1958, Vol. 4, Nr 5, PP 461 - 464 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The dosimetric characteristics are determined. by computation aii(I nre compared vith tho nvailablo oxporimental datzi. Vain ill rellubod. F1,01TI tho d111,'!.rwn!ilfItiQf0 the III-11tizif; vallica can be ta~*'C:.I: I. Total activity of the uranium fission Prz7-!n-ents: a) t 0(ra-diation time) 6o d r (cooling time) 2o d -26o C/'kW Cvrd 1/3 t4oo d ~ a C/1-al act .,-4-5-8/26 Dosimetric Characteristics of the Composite Fission FraoLnents 6f Uranium b) t - 100 d 2o d 300 C/I:w 4oo d 11 C/kW ~ C) to . 15o d .Z ~ 2o d 360 C/kW 4oo d 19 C/kW II. y-equivalent of the mixture of uraniu-.i fission fraj-ments: a) t 6o d t2o d ---040 g radium equiva- I ~ent/k`ff 400 d 0 0 1 i- rnadiu:n equiva- lent/a Card 2/3 There are 3 fi,-ures, 3 tables an,04 English references, 09-4-5-8/26 Doninctrip ChiLraivtor~ot~co oftbe Compalts vinnion Frnt"'t.,lonto of urallium SUDMITTED: September 5, 1957 AVAILABLE: Library of Congrese lo.7Umlsm fftp=tm--A&ajysls 2. Tramim-Fissicm; Card 3/3