SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT IOFIS, YE.A.  IOGANSEN, L.V.
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ARTYUSHIN,Y..F.; SHUBINAp Me.; ANTONOVj S,,M.1 KIRILT4Vp X.I.;
~MTANI A.Tu.; MIKOBRA, V.V.; F
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(Color pho+~ograpbyl TSvetanaia fotografiIa%!Ixd,2,#,ispri i
Pod red, I.A.1ofisa. Mon)MR, IskusetI60 1904 228 pe
(UtLliotaka fotoliubitolia, no.13) (MIW160)
(Color photograpby)
BARINOVO L.V.) GEODAKOVI A.I.; GRINEVICHp G,Ya.; IOFIj~.,,XeA*rkand*
tekhn. nauk; MWORMAN, P.H.j IAPAURI, AJ.j'RifJMIKQV,, I.B.;
PANFILOV, N.D.; PELLIp V.G.y kand, takhn# D&Ukp PEMIK) A.G.;
POIZANSKIr" N.N.; POPOV, A.N.; SLONOV3, A'G.P ROV, ~ SO G,
SHASHLOI) B.A.1 TELEII*W~ A.No. red#,, MALEXp Zotlav tpkbno redo
[Manual for the amateurphotographer) Spravoabi4k fotoliubitelind
Pod obshchei red. H.A.1ofisa i V.G.Pollia. Moskva, Iskusetvo
1961. 530 P. (11W 15:71
(PhotoogbyHandb9oka, manuala,'Otc.)~
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(cameras)
YAKCVIEV, Mikhail Fedorovich IOFIS Ye.A.0 kand, teWin. naulc, red.;
FOMINO A.A., red.;
.(Repair of camerae]Remont fotoapparatov, Fodjred. B.A.1oftmo;
Moskva# Iskusetvop 1962. 191 p. (Bibliotooka totoliubitelia
no.29) ~ (MIU 1,") t 10)
(Cameras.Maintoonance emd repaix)
IOFIS,,,.X~_vae,v,AOqMXIch; MERDETSKAYA, N.N., red.; FODSHEBYAKIN,
I.N., tekhn. red.; SHEBALIM, GYji., takhn. red.
[Photography manual for school students] Fotograflia dlia
shkollnika. 2. isd.j, perer. i dop. Moskvnj,.IokuOiatvo,
.1963. 140 P. . (HIM: 16:9)
(PhotographyHandbooks, manuals, etc.)
BARINOV, L.V.; GEODAKOV, A.I.; GRINEVICH, G.Ya.;jPFTq,je.A.,
kand. tekhn. nauk, KRIMERMAN, P.M.; LAPAURI, A.A.;
MINENICOV, I.B.; PANFIIDV, N.D.; PBUI, Y.G., kand.
tekhn. nauk; PERTTSIK, A.G.; POLYANSKIY, N.N.j POPOV,
N.A.; SMKONOV, A.G.; SUROV, S.G.; SHAS=Vp B.A.;
TETMIXV. A.N.j red.
(Budbook for the amateur photographer] Spravocbnik fo
toliubitelia. Izd.2., ispr. i dop. Moskvaj, Iskusstvo.
1964. 472 p. (Him 18311)
OF6 .0
USSR/Microbiology Antibiosis and Symbiosis. Antibiotics. F2
,Abs Jour Ref Zhur  Biol., No 31 19581 9844
Author Klelmer) G.I., loffo, R.I.
Inst
Title C!=,Y~~ns for Obtaining High Activity of Strain 111
ew
hybrid" (Preliminary Comminication).
Orig Pub Antibiotiki, 1956, 1, No 6, 1418
Abstract The productivity of a highly.active strainl!lnew hybrid"
vas studied, vhich forms,,on Moyer and ICokWll nedium
with phenylacetamide (0.1%) in flasks on roAerq:' culti
vations up to 4000 penicillin units per ml mder!condi
tions of experimental fermentors. Aerati=of the cultu
res had the determining effect on fungus productivity.
Sup_ply of air oxygen to the culture depended basically on
the intensity of mi YJ ng. In mixing air at 'a: speed of 320
rpm the medium,did not showthe presence of, dissolved
oxygen; at the end of fermentation the medium cointained
Card 1/2
WSR/Microbiology  Antibiosis and Symbiosis. Antibiotics. F2
/Abs Jour ReC Zhur Biol.0 No 3, 19581 9844
8Q6 Of the predecessor (substratit ?). in Mixing; air at
a Speed of 420 rpm the oxygen concentration consisted of
2025% during 36 hours of cultivation; byj Ithe cadIof fer
mm.itation the predecessor (substrate ?) vsp~l completely
utilized. Under conditions of lower aeration (1 volume
of air to 1 volume of medium per minute) in mixing with a
speed of 320 rpm the activity comprised 2238 units per mi.
Under conditions of the highest aeration studied (1 volu
me of air to I volume of medium per minute) in mixing with
a speed of 420 rpm,.the maximal activity obtained was 4225
units per ml after 132 hours of fermentation.
Card 2/2
MY=, G.I.; Joyo.
stimxIation of penicillin fOrMtIOn in ft stra'n Of renicillium
chrynogenm by compounds of blyaleat sulfur Antiblotiki 4
no.4:2429 JlA9 '59. (MIDA 12:32)
1. RishOdy 2&vod Reditainskikh PrOW&tOve
(P=iCILLIUK pharnacol)
(SUMM pharmcol)
(PSNICUMN metab)
LEVITOVM.M.MNNERj~G.~I.7;GMVTSWA)Vi.A.;ZAVIL&Y.I.q' AYA)G F.;
KRAPOVSMA ) K. L; YUDINA,, 0. D.
"Penicillinacylase production by escherichia coli in kelation to cultiV .stion
c9nditions.
report, submitted for Aftibiotics Gong, Praguq'1519 J*un
AllUnion Sci Res Inst of Antibiotics, Moscow, & Plwt for Production cf
Medicinal Products, Riga.
I.; rLEYIER , G. 1.
Effect of fats on penicIllin production. Antibiatiki 8 no.8.
684089 A 163. (Mll
9 Ilk 27SO
1. Rtzhskiy zavod meditsinskikh preparatovo
USSR/Eagineerint;
Construction Industry
BIBliograpby hn 48
"Soviet Technical Periodicals" 2 Pp
"Stroi Prom No
Reviews technical periodicals, among other: 11. K. Chayk~ls "Production
of Tower Cranes for Residential Construotionop" I, M. lij
IoErerili rfobi '(I,
nMechanization of Limestone Unloadingpll D. S
Suspensfon Cablawiziy~,e
PA 43/49T42
FREYLIKH, Grigoriy Zabranovich; 10G, 111kolay Gi3orgri7evivh;
SWIKO PG. S. , red.
(Chanaeldredging fleet] Dnoliglubitellriyi flot. Ho
skva, Transportj 1964. 298 p. (MIRA 18:1)
IOGI V.I.~ inish.; BEMMVICHp.I.N.,,.tekhnik
Conversion of the.elidtricalsystem of 4 w64he fdrAissessablirg:
and aaseqb1ing molds, in largepannel housinj4b~asta~uctlon
enterpriBles. Promoonerg, 18 no.ItI?l9IJa 0.63,.
(MMA 16
(Precast concrete,oonstruction)
BUYANOVO V,T,; SHKOLY&RgffKO,, K.D;lOGj_V.I.j Berewichp.rm.
Conixerning V.I. log and LNG Baresovich's &~ticli Omwnge In! the
eletArical netvork of a saabine for disamssibUng,andIamombl:ing
premat fortai in largeimel construation ot dftllJmgo.w prmo
anarg. 19 noe W45 J064 (MIRA 17e/)
Munn
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'US, cular Ehysion Strtisti
Category R/Atolnic and Mole
Thormodynamics.
1,bs Jour Ref Zhur Fizikat No 3, 1957, No 6269
V.
Luthor NosraeYanov, A.N.19 Joao B.Z.,. Strellnikovi. jj. A., 'Firsov,
nt of the Fresoureof Saturated Vepor of Solid
Title Neauureme T." Un+$InA
A11  *I, n~.V'
Abe Jour I Rof Zhur  Biol., No 7, 1958, No 3204
Author : logrnovskiY Irzhi
Inst :NotMvan Suscoptibility During Experi
Title :Intorrolrtion of IrmunitY ^nd
inontrl Strplqococcrl Infection.
Oriz Pub tOhokhosl. mod. obzorso 1956t 20 No 3j 2)224T
Abstrrct Nornri rcbbit, rnd those iminunizad with'5 wookly in actions
r
of strphylococarl rn,toxin rnd oc lier (for ~3 or ~6 months)
inoculctions of P snpil doso (1/20 rald)"of a s~,~phylococcut
infected with r strrin of staPhYlOdoe Us (S) Wood46
waro X, a strrin
which produces rirny  toxins, or with the loss toxi.
217. In thoirmunized rnd infoctod r!,bbitsi distinct phen
omonr waro noted of  airilrr degree of:i=wAty in both'
groups, rnd of increpsod sensitivity end roretion In su.bse
quont infections. In comprrison with control vnimrls, th.o
Cnrd l/P
Crrd 2/2
USSR/Gonerri Probion,
Of Pthology. Prthophysio,
of InfOction, the Process U2:
Abs Jour R
Of Zhur Biol,,
No 7o 19589 NO 32404
brctorirl contont
aTer, thei of loucocytas 11cs inor
r
r..)si lysis WN) otronglhenod; in tOrsed In vitro; how
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d'OPpod, but than to the stn'~ b0ginning the
toxin
,"ntigan I incrorsed skin test, Phloc~O:Corl
fare estcbl4 for the strph
Ishod ns positive.
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ad orrlior nd more often than t ovious oculPtion with
rrb
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in the forr icrobes disrPperred f cant
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or Of s,ukocytos Of the lrtor typal.
inoeul Of the blood droppod
tiOn The course Of the infactio sh"PlY 'ftor
n (fvorrblo or Poor)
did not depend on the degree of expression Of tj
or rntiraicrobe Llechrnisrls. X rntitoxic~
Only during c Poorer ariginnI in
fOction vnd r 8r,rt intorvrl bOtwoon two inf
I'ttor proceed more arsily. Octirns did the
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15A W :vf CV.1ato=.
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_1 L7t.
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:Tbe rerractive indices of the norml bydrocarboxw
at ")0.!.,
tm. Z13 to C20 wax caref0aymeasured L 30Y
imickoxii (Na D Line), 656.3 mi 111 ml crons (Na C.: Lins)
.A 331 4 a ons (rm. F Li=), miliicrcnw*a
row
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shoving the a tr Ight Jim relationsbiV bet~re6z~`~
lr.,Ii~ive inclex and 1/x~ vhere N is the mmbir Of I
CwbCm Ltc= in the byarocarbon.
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4. Spectrophotometer
7, Spectrophotometric meawirements. Dokl. AN SSSR 87 no. 4. 1952.
Discusses in a general form the effect,of Various degree's of
monochromati3m, of emission on measurementa of absorption spectri Der .ives formlas
for computation of discussed effect* Presented by Acad G. S, Landsberg 4 Oct 52,
256TiO8
9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, Eah"111= 1953.14classifled.
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ht'; M'thod
Sp p f
temiti. lidth d1aft 1 0
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prvilcal dilil. of the jittcqWdral 0aractutistics ~A~ itih
,rul dnlr
sorice froln the observel daUt ttm
actelinth's ttvatel %vtre ilitpn,;ity Of tht MAI., filtill titill
ividth of itit bmid. znd 11i Jntrs*ta(td intensity,
Ifirty Ltta~~
IOGANSEN, A. V.
"Methods of Calculating the Effect of the Resolving Capacity
of a Monochromator and Some Results of Their Applica tion.0 Cand
Chem Sci, Moscow Order of Lenin State U imeni. M. Va lownosovj
19 Noy 54. (VMp 9 Nov 54)
Survey of Scientific and Technical Dissertations Defended~at USSR
Higher Educational Institutions (32)
SO: SUM* No*521, 2 Jan 55
US5F/ Cheatistry  Spectraecopy
Card 1/1j. Pub. 43  37/62
Authora Qimina# K. r,; Iopmen, A. V.; and Siryuk, A. 0.
Title CApplication of infrared spectroscopy to the study of petroleum products
PelriOdU&l 2 Izv. AU SSSR. Ser. fiz. 18/6, page 707, NoyDeo .1954
Abstrat t E=eriments were conducted to deterkne the apj)Ucab~lity of tba groliap struc
tural analysis according to infrared absorpt~Loxl spectra to the studr of gaso
lines, kerosenes, oile and tarry substances (poitrolelai products). it was
deteruinea .nat infrared spectroscopy can find broal: &,ppLlcatian .11 'he
Is of petrolourns in a wide range of moleouiar voeiLghtzq Jpe,troscopy
aria y3
offera ~rea.er perapoctives in the study of sLwp~,e ~jpdxocarbon
trian "ne quz~ntitativu analynis metnod.
Institution : Central Institute of Aviation Fuels and Lubrimets
Submitted :
I
LL! Al!i
Wa../ Ptqtsics  Spectral analyeis
Card 1/1 Pub. 43  39/62
Authe= tIog&nsen, A. V.
Utle IStudT of the o5cillation apectrum of the vWJ qroup amd its Gman,14tative
determination in hydrocarbon mixtures
Periodical iIzv. AN 355R. Ser. fiz, 18/6# 708709, NovDeo 1954
Abstract iThe infrared absorption spectra were investigatod fo .1aUcenes, retinging
from C o C, and C, By calculating the reaa;.vinj, power of Ow m0nocl),Lrom
:*8316~e to determine the intenfrty, arc vlitl. cl' Ine
',6;,.3 'or* ttic hydrocarbons tested, ':'1,e ajlrto~: cf
jr,..~c.ra 1! !:~onsidei,wi nighIy viitarlf~ ii.19o Ior ~tKer
9spec'ay for nign rjolecu]Aar ones (syntnetliz mocer, references
~'SA ano, I USSR (19491953). Graph.
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A U TH 0115 Zelensk,aya, L. G., loga LaG~~ KurkaA , G. A.
TITLE; Quantiltative Determinations of tho P,rodudho of Cap.61aclam
production on the Infrared Spectrometer ITS12 (Kolicile'st
vennyye opredeleniya produktov pruiiivcdstvA kaprolaktama na
infrakrasnom spektrometre IKS12)
FEMIGD]CAL: Zavodskaya Laboratoriyal 1959, Vol 25, Ir
pp 299  300 (USSR)
ABSTRACT; A lecture was held on this problem 4t tbo X11 Ysesqyuzn.oye
soveshchaniye po apektroskopii (2:11,All~nion confLrenc .e
of Spec troscol.,y) in Moscow in Novc:alior 1958 For aii!O.ysing
several products of the caprolactamproduction infrared
spectroscopy was used in tho case under discozooion (Tab,'Le).
The investi.ations were carvied out 'on tbe zii(.ctron6,,',erj
IKS12 which had an amplifior assembly FROU18 and.an eiectro
nic recurdinG potentiometer EPP09.~The tet~ts vzere:6arried
I
out accordinr to the mothod of moaBxirijig111in point!'
thusIthe value
could be r.produced with ,.in accu:vacy of 1 e'~
ig
Card 1/2
Quantitative Determinations of the Prodncts of ~ sov/3225315/62
Caprolactamproduction on the Infra red Spectrometer D.S_12
ASSCCIATION:
Card 2/2
and the measiLiremonts could be accelerated. The concentration
of the conponents vine graphically datermined from calib~Oa
tion curves. For determininE; cycloheiarie (I) and
cyclopentane (II) tho mathod of a metallic interval Ptan dard,
the method of a motallic wire aaToen'(Ref~2) was usea. Thus
the content of the basic component (1) cotila be daterimint2d
up to 0.4,'~o rolatively precisely as w611 as ofiall amo,,Lnts~ of
the slightly aboorbable component (II) (ulj', tc C,15c,, ~'recise
ly). Cuvettes of 1TaC1 (liquids) and ~Iuvette~i protected b~
., and a,,,,re:jrI.IVe were used
PlIthoroplast (for no, ~j 0
for the tests. DuTation of the analys;_s: 15 minutee'to 1~5
hours. There are 1 table and 2 references.,
Gosudarstvennyy nauchnoiss~(,,dovatellokiy i. I)royektnyy in
stitut azotnoy promyshlonnosti i prodiiktoy'. ri.vzanic~cIsIcog~o
sinteza (State Soiniti`ic Research anil PlawAing Insti tiite
for Indu8lury and Prudiicto of Orga!1ir. Synthesis
5W 90T/32253IT./62,
AUTHOR: Iogansen, A. V.
TITLE:  of various
The Determination of Open Small Chain*:: (CH
)
12
n
Lengths From Infrared Absorption Spectra (Opredeleniy6
otkrytykh tsepochek  (CH )  razlichnoj dliny po infrakruenym
2 n
spektram. poUloshcheniya)
PERIODICAL: Zavodskaya Laboratoriya, 1959, Vol 25,,Nr 3,, Pp 302303 (USOR)
ABSTRACT: A lecture wa.~ given on this investigation at the XII V6eeoyuznoye
soveshchaniye po spektroskopii (Twelfth
1 All:Union Conference of
Spectroscopy) in Moscow in November 195 8. In accordance with the
outer deformation oscillations of the CH bin4ings, characteris
tic spectral bands can be observed in infrared absorptiont
spectra of saturated hydrocarbons with small  (CH
!. chains
)
2
n
in the range of from 720780 cm TheInteneity and fiequ.ency
of these spectral bands depend on the length of the nonramified
chains  (CH )  in the hydrocarbon molecule and on the struc
2 n

ture of the end radical. It was found that the chain ~(CH
)
2
n
Card 112 can be subdivided: 1.  (n > 6), 11,  (n4~5), III.  (n3),
The Determination of Open Small Chaiiii, 2)n of Various Lengths From Infra
red Absorption Spectra
IV.  (nn2), and V.  (nW1). A certain:absorption barkd,of a
certain frequency, intensity, and length corresponds to each of
these groups. Thus saturated hydrocarbon of. unknown atruoture
can be considered a fiyeoomponOAt mixture of the structural
groups I.  V. and the content of each of these groups can be
determined from the infrared spectrum. The,s.peotra of 25,in
dividual hydrocarbons were meaulAred and the structurai groups
R(CH 2)n CH were determined from a sy'stem of equatioris. the
3
method was tested on 30 individual hyd~rocar:,bons and axtificial
mixtures and thus the applicability of this, kind of determina
tion and its accuricy were proved. There are 1 table,and
I Soviet refereaco.
A"'30CIATION: Vsesoyuznyy naiiehnoi6uledovatellskiy:inaUtut neftyanoy
promyehlennosti (AllUnion Scientific Research Institute of
Petroleum Industry)
Card 2/2
5(2) POV/3225712/50
AUTHORS: Tarasovp A, It 9 Kudryartseval No Ac, loganson, A. V*9 Lulova, No I.
TITLEt Automatic Analysis of Flowing Uses by Meah~s of Chromatograph
KhPA1 (Avtomaticheskiy analiz gazov v pot6ke na.
khromatografe KhPA1)
PERIODICALs Zavodskaya laboratoriyaq 1959, Vol 25P Nr 7P: pp 803805 (USSR)
ABSTRACTt Ac,
In collaboration with the Collective V~* Ro:Andersv Pop
Frolovskiyt Ve P, Remnevt M, So Slobodkin and Ye. SO.Mulikh
of the SXB of petroleum industry# an~nutomatio chromd tog3 raph 
gas analyzer KhPA4. wasdesigned (Flgl) for, the purp'oselof
controlling the composition of San flows ih technological.
processes of the petroleum retiring4'ndustiry and thq~jetioleum
ehemioal industry. The device provides a thermostatil~i o1' the
feeding analyzer (at temperatures abo4e room temperat~nre)q and
the application of a detector of the hb&t ~qnductivity* The
10
separation columns can be sxohanged~nocorjiing t
conditions of the analysis, A now col'Wan V1.1ing was useaq
composed of tripolite from Zikeyev quArry) with an addition
of paraffinnaphthene oil and soda. A sepaTation of the bydro
Card 1/3 carbons C 1C4 occurs after !6  17 minutes and that of the
4
Automatic Analysis of Flowing Gases by Means of SOY/3225T12/50
Chromatograph KhPA1
hydrocarbons C after about 15 50minutes in col~um
1 5
4  6 m long and 6 mm in dismetert filled w:ith the ab6ve'~
mentioned substanceg at temperatures 1)~tween,40  200,and a
flowing rate of the developing gas (altrogon) of 2 ~ 8 1/hour.
Ethaneethylene cannot be separated, 3ensitivity coefficients
were determined and applied for the computition of the gas
composition. The results of the analysis obtained by means of
the appliame KhPA1 were oompared to.ihos~ of the chromatograph
Frakt,.7vap (of the firm Carlo Erbe, Italy),(Table 1).,The
reproducibility of the results achieved in'the analysis of
industrial gases was also determined (Tabl~2). At present, a
test appliance KhPA1 is being tnetalled irk the gas fraoti.onaVIng
plant of the NovoUfimskiy neftepererabatyva,
. Tushchiy zavo,d
(#ova.Ufiwkiy Petroleum Refinery) for the automatic analyels of
butanebutane fractions. The production of a test series of
automatic industrial chrcmatographs XhPA_1 swill be carried out
in Moskovakiy zavid KIP (Moscow Works KIP) in 1959. TheTe~are
2 figures, 2 tablesy and 2 referencest 1 of nhich is,Soriat.
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..12 0
Automatio Analysis of Flowing Uses by Meams of. SOV/~2_2577 /5.
Chromatograph KhPA1
ASSOCIATIONs Vsesoyusnyy institut po pererabotks Aefts i gasa;l
olucheniyu iskusetyennogo zhidko6 to~llvs
AllUnion Institute for the Refixiing 6f'Petroleux and Gasp
f
andfor the Production of Artificial Liquid Fuels)
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TARASOV, Aleksey Issarionovich. Prininali uoluistlys; 6MU, A.T.;
ZININA, K.I.; POLYAKOVA, A.A.1 XOGANSU V.: FROLOTBUT, PJo;
LULOVA, N.I.j LITOTA, L.A., MUIUMA, N.A..
tekhn.red.
[Games obtained In petroleum refining and wthods'of thoir
analysis] Gazy nofteparerabotki I wtody 1kh analiza. ',Moskva$
Gos.nauohnotekhn.izdvo neft. I gornotoplivmol 34trye 1960.
222 (MIRA 1)s2)
T;etroleumAstining)
AUTHOR s logansen, A.V. SOV/518147/493
U renc6 'oa the
TITLEs Discussion of Some of the Papers Presented at the onf q
Theory of Spactroscopla Instruments
PSRIODICAL: Optika I spektrookoplya,, 1960p Vol 8, Ur I.,.,p 126 (USSR)
ABSTRAM In 1953 the author (Io&anson) measured the lppara~,Ur. functions. of
an IKS11 spectrometer in the region of 1.014 IL, Using a p1lotoceltl
as a receiver and limiting the alit to 0.1~.2 of: its total hei64t.
With a UP prism the follorwing apparatus funlrtion' half Adthmi,
were obtained: 32 ji (alit width s 20 1~L, alit hoight h 4 1m),L
39 A (s = 30 IL, h  4 mm) , 47 IL  (a 20 )L, h  30'mm) , 53 (U' = .30 )L,
h = .30 mm). Since in the region beyond 311 thero is still no reliable
method of measuring AVerf, It ia desirable to detGxinino AV,,ff iii the
near infrared region and to extend these determinations to Pifthor
wavelengths and other prisms with appropriat ,3 corractions for'
diffraction and the slit curvature. It vrould bo,wieful to establish
standard bands for determination of AOerf in various resion;s of the
spectrwa. For this purpose it would be netnssary to measure
absorption band parameters usin6 instrwazinte :with,hl6lh ro1;olV1,n& power.
Note. This 13 a completo tranalatiot, includIng I table.
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ZAKHARKIN, L.I.j KORNEVA, V,V.; IOUN4EN, A.V4
AAvnj t1i S of bvdro$en cfifor,:d8 andacetJ`a,".*a~'cI;4 to,isomeric 9"
cyclododecatrioneo, Dokl~AN SSSR 138 no,2111:3733176 IV 16L'pl.
(KEPA .140)
1. Institut elemutoorganichookoy khimiJ. ASAIMIii. nauk SM6
Predstavleno akademikom M.I.Kabachaikom..
(Hydrogen chloride) (icatic a,aid) (Cyclodadecam)
IOGAMN, A.Vt; KURKCHIj G.A,
Study of the interaction bQtween acetyl*vo and a4vients
using infrared spectrao Optei opektro 13 mo.4:4;80487
0 162,t (MIRA 16:3)
(Acetylera) (solvents)
(SpectrW,, Infrared)
KOIITORGVICHP L.M. IOGANSEN LEVCIIENKO,, G.T.; S914114A;, D.N.; BOBRMFAp
V.P.; STE V,A*
Cbromatographic andpis of acetyledo hydrocarboM.'. 7m.lab.1
28 no.2:146U8 162. (=A 1~,w
I* GosudaretvamW nauchno.iosladovatellokiy:li proyaktw
institut asotnoy promyehlennooti i produktoy.organicheekogo
sintezas
(Hydrocarbono) (cbromatographic swayals)
IOGANSENj, A.V.
KMCHIO G.A.; ICOANSEN A.V.
Gaschrotographic determination of the solubility of gages
and vapors in liquids, Dokl.,AN SSSR 145 no,5#W851088 162.
(MIRA 15 s 8)
1. Gosudarstvennyy nauchnoissledovatellskiy i pr*yvktnyY
institut, asotnoy promyshle,~nosti i produktoV orgmicheskogo
sintesa. Predstavleno akadomikon M.M.Dabininym.
(Gases) (Solubility) (Gas ohrmatography),
jQQA&9FapA,,,V.; BROUN,, E.V.
Structuralpgroup analysis by infrared aboorpUon isfectral
determination of methyl groups in saturated hydrodarbons and
alkyl benzenes. Trudy Kom.anal.khim. 13067379 163.,
1. VsGsoyuxn4 ~auchnoisolsdovatellskiy institut pIo pererabotIce
nefti i gasa i polucheniyu iskusetvennogo zbjdkogo top4ft.
(HydrocarbonsAbsorption spectra) (Methyl groAp)
(Benzene darivatives)
3DlUxj A.G.~ OG
'Qpantitad determination of aromatic rings in be4vy
"Iietraleum. products according to the infrared~absorption spectrum.
Trudy KomanA1khJm,2,3j393IW 163. 04MA .16:5),
1, VosooyuzW nauchnoissledovatellskiy institutpo pirerabdtka:
nefti i gaza i polacbeniyu iskumstvonnogo zhidkogo' topliva.
(Aromatic compoundsAboorption spectra), (Fairoleum product3)
ZF.LENSKAYA, L.G.; IOGANSEN, A.V.; IKURKCHI, G.A.
Measurements with the IKS12 infrared "stromets,r, Zav,lab, 29
no.4t433437 163. (iRk 165)
1. Gosudarst"nnyy nauchnoiaeledovatellskiy institut alotnoi
promyohlennosti i produktoy organicheakogo sinteia.
(Speatrometry)
BROUN, E.V.; IOGANSEN, A.V.
Check for*the photometric Beale of doubleboom inf~Oarsd appardtus,
Zav, lab, 29 no.lOtl264,1266 163 (MIM 16 t 12)
1. Gosudarstvennyy nauchdoIssledovatel'skiy I proyisktnyy institnt~
azotnoy pronwahlennosti i produktov organicheakogo ainteza,
IOGANSEN,, A.V.; I.TTOVCHMO,, G.D.
Conjugation effect in the infrared spectra of nitro com
pounda. Dokl. AN SSSR 153 no*6sl367.1369 D 163.
1, Gosudarstvennyy institut azotuoy proWshlennonti i pro
duktov organicheskego, vintexa. Prestavlano akademikam A.N.
Tereninym.
ICGANSEN, A.V.
"'U's2~?&ublebeam spectroDhotometers in measuring the integral
infrared band intensity. Opt. i spektr. 16 M.5:8~313820 My '64.
(MIRA 1'1.9)
ilq'R~m PW Is I&XV91 HE! R..) IF I I 11.41M I I . i. ~ ~
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177711,11771 ~.Twl
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i
~ , , ~ . I ;f% , " .. 11 11
I , , , ~, i
,fi ~M 7,t, M.P.j AYAC NINVA, L.V.
CourpGrzilliozi of the p,oduatm of &.e oxidatica cf cyzlohexalle
MIm. pron. 42 mo.9A,60661 5 1655. (MMA 9
10GANISENT, A.V.; LIT9TCHENKO, G.D.
Characteristic bands of valence vibrations of the nitro
group in infrared absorption. Part 2. Correlation of f're'
quencies and Intensities with molecular structure. Zhur. ~
prikl. spekt. 3 no. 61538%7 D 165 (MIRA 19t1)
IV
IAWKHIMI V., samestitell nachallnika; IOGANSZN, I., axkhitojktor.
Reconstruction of Leningrad's motionpicture theaters. linomekhanik no.11:
3032 N '53. (MIRA 6: n
1. Otdol kinofikataii Gorodakogo upravlentys kallturyj Leningrad..
(leningrad4ovingpicture theaters) (Koving~pict~rs theate'reLeningrad).
J~   
41 fr  j
SLKMROVSKIY, Mikhail Yederovich, malterallfreyshchik (LenIngrad); IOUISW&
K.ZF. arkhtt' horkhudothniki do.tsent, nauchn ~*'
q 7r 4ktar; RA
redaktor isdatellitra; FMIKIM, Te.A., takhni.ebookly rediktor.
C~6'wor'k of a motor .interior finish painter]Iabota masters.allfrii
shchika. Zenipgrad, Gos.isdvo litry po stroit, I OxIdait.0 1956.
(Decoration and ornasezit).
21(9)
AUTHORS:
TITLE:
PERIODICAL:
ABSTRACT:
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loansen, L. V.0 Rabinovich, M. S.:~
SOV/56354~311/5
Coherent Radiation of,Eloctrons in th eS,)Tnchrotroll j
(Kocerentnoyo izluchehiye olektrondV v sinkhrotron4 I)
Zhurnal eksperimentalinoy i teoretiCh:,sk0y.fiziki,1 1954V
Vol 35P lir 4o PP 1013  1o16 (USSRY,
In a 100 MeVsynchrotron the electrqns r~diate within
a wide frequency range. From radiofr,equen,ci,e3 with~
wave lengths of the order of the trijecto;4 length
up to ultraviolet or also Xray radis.tioii. Within
the range: ;k>> average distance betw6en tjie'. electrons
in the bunch radiation is partly coherent o' aerent
radiation in the synchrotron dependID' above all on
the phase vibrations of the electrons. Basic ex
perimental investigations of coherent radiation were
carried out by A.M.Prokhorov on a 5 MeV synchrotron
(Refs 1,2).Rytov ( FIANreport, 19541nvestigated
coherent radiation on the assumption that all
particles in the bunch perform phase oscillations with
Coherent Radiation of Electrons in the Synchrotron.'I SOV/5635431/52
one and the same amplitude'. The problem of
coherent radiation of tho bunch in to'ho ca'pe of any
frequency distribution with respect 'to plihoo
oscillations has hitherto not been invesT1,11r
~ted. A
detailed investijation of physical proceenea and
particle looses during the time of a~.,celo:~ation is
therefore of interest. The authors f1rot Investie,lat,ed
the case of a single (relativigtic) Aectron re
volving on a circular orbit (r ) with tha*a,igle
velocity W and performing sma?l harmolll c phase
vibrations 0 (Sit tj0 ). It holds that sinA t, wheie
$denotes the amplitude of phase vibr,.tioia The
potentials of the harmonics and the electr~on field
(Fourier (Furlye)) is given, and the,distribution
of particles with respect to phace vibrations
is investigated (Liuville), as vrell da the oa3e
of a steady distribution: Distribution denoity
w(~,~,t)= vr(4). The true distribution` in the bonch
has hitherto been but little investigated..Yrom ex
Card 2/4 perimental amplitude distribution ctu'yeo for the
Coherent Radiation of Electrons in the SynchrotroxiJ BOV/5655431/52
synchrotron of the FIAN SSSR (Phydics Inpt~tute
AS USSR) at (250 MeV (Ref 4) data ar6p however, take .n for
tt(~) an f ~). Pinally, the authors invf3sti&ate
e range of wave length, for vrhich,radi!,.tion is
coherent, by means of the form factor for steady
distribution, and in the last paragraph nonsteady.
distribution is investigated. The expression derived
in this paper by means of the potential of a
modulated electron and of the diatrIbutida,fulIction',
of the particles in the bunch for tbe spectn"Ir of tll,"e
radiation field potential of the bwich id lialilid for'
sufficiently low harmonics for which, the :rl~idiation
is coherent. In conclusion the authors nk A.M.
Prokhorov and Yu.M.Ado for valuable discu4;sionv and:
for discloQing experimental data be:~o::e tlwir publlOativ~n.
There are 4 Soviet references.
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ASSOCIRTIOIT: Fizicheckiy institut im. V.N.Lebedi.vn. Akmdomii ruikisssll
(Aysics Institute imeni F.N.Lebedev of Academy :of
Sciences USSR)jMorkovs1riy gosudarstvennyy pedagogicheshiy
institut (Uoscow Pedagogiodl State Institute)
SUBMITTED: May 21, 1958
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24(5)
AUTHOR: Iogansen, L. V. 30'115636145162
TITLE; The quantum Corrections to the Radiation of a Relativiatic
Rigid Rotator (Kvantovyye popravki k izl~ucheniyu
relyativiststkogo zhestkogo rotatora)
FERIODICALt Zhurnaleksperimentallnoy i tooreticheek
oy fiziki,
1959,
.
:
Vol 36, Nr 1, pp 313314 (USSR)
ABSTRAM Calculation of the quantum corrections to.:tbe radiation of
an electron in a synchrotron is dealt with by several
mathematically very complicated Soviet and foreign!.papprs,
especially one by A. A. Sokolov et al. (Hof 1) Thq: author of
this paper proceeds from the motions of, 'these ;artl'cles~ in an
axial magnetic field. This warrants .a ci 'r dular motion iind
weakly focusing forces ne ar the sti~ble orbit. The':Ioll6wing
is shown by the present paperi itis easy to obtait nearly
the same results by completely neglecting excitatiolL oi,P
betatron oscillations and considering t~e electrofi,to be an
absolutely rigid rotator. The char4cter~of ~he forces varranting
such a rigid focusing is not specialized. A possible interactian
of electron spin with the focusing fielas is not ti4kenlinto
Card 1/3 account. The plane of the orbit with the radius a is considered
The Quantum Corrections to the Radiation of a SOV/5636145/62
Relativistic Rigid Rotator
to be an xyplane, and the center of retdrenqi is assumed to
be in its center, The Dirac (Dirak) equation: for the free
azimuthal motion then has the form 2
(lic/ia) (sinyq.  coay(x (E mc t'OrL 'C ne
y
positive eigenvalues of energy one.obtains
)21(1 + 1) + (MO2 2~ 1/2
E1 =twi tc/a
To each E, there correspond 2 eigenfunctions which are also
the eigenfunctions of the operators~of the project4.ons of the
total angular momentum on to the axis. The author here
investigates the case of a circular:motion with the
macroscopic radius a with relativip~ic velocities..Sucli a
motion is, by the way, quasiclassical. The author in this
connection investigates the transitions of the eiecliron.,Ifrom
the state I()to the state , where 11 'A&1 is assumed.
IF,
A formula is written down for the frequenny of the quantum
emitted in this transition. The probability of a transition
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The Quantum Corrections to the,Radiation of a ;soy/56361 .45/62
.Relativistic Rigid Rotator
ASSOCIATION:
SUBMITTED:
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is proportional to~'* and th T f 0:60
only the transitions with conservati 1: on of electron polarization
are of importance in the approximation unaer Investigation.
e1
Next, an expression is given for th intensit of the radiation
with the frequency 0 into the solidi'angle 4 In the
n
limiting case 14o*'the exact classical formula is obtained,
and by integration over the angles one obtains the totalf,
efficiency of the nth harmonic. In ihe ultrarelativisti~p
case the total radiation efficiency 6an be; calaulate&o The
author thanks Professor M. S. Rabino~ich for valuable adylicea
There are 3 references, i of which iq Soviet.
Mohkovskiy gosudarstvennyy !Astitut 0 11 6,6, 60 Wk, S t A t a
Pedagogical Institute)
June 25, 1958
21(9) KV/561371oa/64 4
..,&UTHMS: loganson, L. Rabinovichp*11. S.
TITLE: Coherent Electron Radiation In a Synchrotron. II
(Kogerentnoys izl.uoheniye elektronoy Y~sinkhrotrone. 11~)
q
PERIODICAL: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoyi teoreticheskoy fitiki, 1959,
Vol 37, Nr 10)s YP 118124 (USSR)
ABSTRACT; The authors investigated the electromapeti* interaction d
electrons in a thin relativistic bunohluniolr: coherenVi adiation
in a sypohrotroni In the present paper .it 1* assumed ~ ha%
all particles in the bunch move on Q;ial circles at *he
same linear velocity v ~ c. Theref,orep4he ~statron vibrations
are neglectedt and also the Instantaneous davlations of thO
energies of the particles are not considered
s,This is also
'
justified becauss'in practice the density of, the 'bunchin ~he
synchrontron is much lover than its lor~gth. Thereforal the
transverse dimensions of the bunch in the ftrot approximation
do not enter the expressions for the tangential forces dot Iirmin
ed in the present paper.' Also the interaction of the b;uIim~ob
vith the chamber valls,.with the poles,of the magnet, abd
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r
1110~ lit
Coherent Electron Radiation in a Synchrotron, II
with the other building olemonte.of r~&l a4cielliatorSAS hot
considered, and It is assumed that the' eleoitions,movei Jn
the unlimited free spaces In the 4 Paita ot, the present
paper, the following factors are oalauXated~l Thcintikaotion
between 2 charges in the bunch, theaotion of.the buhch~ on
a single electron* the forces for soati.bunch models, and
finally the shortrange intezaotion.The auih*ra thaz*.,
Academician 1. Ye, Tamm for the communication of results
of a paper not yet publiahed (Ref 4). There are I figure
and 6 references, 3 of which are Sovieti"
ASSOCIATION:, Fizioheakiy institut im. P. N. Lebedeva.kkadomli nauk SUR
(Institut: ofUPhysica imeni,P. N. LebedaAi of ihe Academy
of Soieno 8, aw).
Moskovskiy gosudarstyennyy pedagogicheskiy inotitut im.,Vo I.
Lenina Moscow State Pedagogical Institiite imeni Ve I.
.Lenin)
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AUTHOR; Ioganseng L, Vo
TITLEt The Influeno* of Interaction on the Fhase,Xption of~Zlootrons
in a Oynohrotron no fasovoye
avisheAiye olektronov Y minkhrotrons)
PERIODICAL: Zhurnal Usperizontallno I teoretlohiskoy'~flvikip 1959# Vol 3 7,
Nr I p pp 2"  300 (UGSRI~
SITRAM q
014) the
lihen oaloulsting electron storage sym~ems (160 x0vt x I ~
sloatromagn*tio interaction forces Qf4100t~OAN in tht olister
have hitherto not been taken into aacciant. In the preignt ~"Lettsr
to the NOW the axkthor endeavors to evalq%te the influ#Aoo oz.
*
6
0
ercised b th f rees upon the phan
e motion of the slaottrons,
~1
as also t~e an or dimensions of such a *W~erj If the inter
100
actiOA fQTC04 Ore iA e4uilibriums It to axs~mad in thin 00
tioA that the following holds for the ongulax dimmnsioiis:
4( 1
3
0
(Hof 1)0 W that the chamber wells ands $ho~ mWet do not Anflu~
once electron Interaction, Theme essumpttono are JuSiMS4 for
sufficiontlY small cluster$# In 1946v Io Ye..T4= already I .A
vestigated the influence of interaction forces on the electron
card 1/2 motion in a synchrotron for a special 0400. Ila the present paper
The Influence of Interaction on the Phase Moti.on.of SOV/56371447/04
Electrons in a Synchrotron
several relations are deducedand then discussed for'~a circu
lar orbit and for.the ultrarelativistic case.6 it wao:found that
taking the interaction forces into ao! 'ooun~ influonces the re
sults obtained very considerably, Th6autli*T thanks No' Be
Rabinovich for his valuable advice. There ire 2 referencts,
I of which is Soviets
ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy gosudaratye.MW pedagogichookiy'.institut (Ifoscow
Pedagogical Institute)
SUBMITTED: March 4, 1959
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S/056/60/038/004/020/048
B006/BO56
'kUTfick I Rabinovich, Id. S log& Ls~~.
TITLE: Coherent Radiation of Electrons in a Synchrotron.' III
PERIODICALt Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fitiki, :1196001
Vol 38t No* 4s Pp 1183  1187
TEXT3 In earlier papers (Refs. 1,2) ths authors already investig~teA the
action of the coherent radiation forces upon the ftase~motion of i ele6
trons in pL synchrotron. However# the screening effect of the vacuum
chamber walls was not taken into account, and the: particle clvst~ei w"
assumed to move in an unbounded free space. The same q~iestions we're dealt
with in the presek article, but screening by the"chambek walls wad faken
into account. For reasons of simplicity it in aasUmed that the cluster
moves near an unbounded perfectly conducting plant or 4etween two such
planes The image method was found to be well suited for dealing,with
such a problem. First, tangential ansatzes for thio forces acting
tangentially and perpendicularly upon an, electron bare given and discunsed.1A
Next, the interaction forces in the electron cluster are investigated, and
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Synchrotron. III B0061BP56
approximation equations for the acting forces are. obtained.'Fig. 11 8~ows
the dependence of the coherent forces f % coh(IPIP) givekil by (7) on theI
azimuth tp for a cluster of Gaussian shape. In the Maxiinum this for,e,is
of the order of Ne 2pI/a2..8/3 .The powers of the 40rcer f given
0 2 2~ 12
by (5) and those given by (7) are of the order of N e:P/a V P3*and
0
2 2 %2t~8/3
N e op , respectively. Fig. 2 shows the do'
0 pendoiace of the
coherent forces f T (in Ne 2/&2 units), which act Upon ai single ele Iotron of
a square cluster on 4; for the special case f~o M X/8, p 0.1. Herefron it
may be seen that the regions near the cluster enAs plaT the main,parl.
Finally, approximation formulas are given and discussed for the~foroie
acting in the interior of the cluster. The effect produced by the' forces
(5) and (7) upon the phase motion of the electrona is:eqtimated~ Ths~
minimum angulir dimensions of the cluster due toithe forces given by~
(5)  without the shielding effect of the walle being taken into acc46unt
are of the order of i"10 (2uNe/&V)3/7, and the anmlogous quantity taking
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shielding into account due to the forces given by i(7) is
z% (2% NeP (V is',the effective aaplitude", of t~eij highf ie4uezicy
voltages pa _b/A e 19 b distance bets.e4n the cluster and the *orIe:oni4g
planes a radius of the partial* orbit, Z8 _ effective4agular
0
dimension ofthe cluster, N  number of electrons)?~ Ther'*:are 2 figur*Ia
and 4 referenoest 2 Soviet and 2 US.
ASSOCIATIONt Fizicheakiy institut in..P. N. Lebode*x Aks'dVaii nauk:SSSR
(Institute of Physics, imeni.,P,
Sciences U~q
SUBMIT~Mt September 30# 1959
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77~
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B108%209
AUTHORt Iogansenj Ls Vo
TITLE: Resonance diffraction of waves in an Inhomogeneous sand~
wich type medium
PERIODICAL: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoretiolieskoy fiziki, v. 40,
no. 6, 1961t 18361843
TEXT: The author intends to formulate basic and geaeral~'laws of resonance
diffraction. For the sake of simplicity, he considers only scalar waves
in a semiinfinite resonance system. The equation of a spalar harmonic.
wave reads as follows: 4 T(i~) + k 2 ?(r*)  0 (2), where k 2~  (nqc 2: . The
boundary conditions for the boundary of two media (plane, z=0 are the
following g'Tl/2t  OT2/3t' 91f 1/~z ' QT212z (3). , The waves are assumed
to hit the boundary from the xzplane. The sandwich medium occupies the
semispace x) 0, In the following? the author uses the approximate
solutions of the general scalar wave equation ASp (n/c),2y 0 (1 'whith
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have been taken from Ref 3 (L. V. logansent ZhTF (i .1i pritit)). Itia
shown that total internal reflection occurs when the~waves from medium I
in the domain z < 0 fall upon medium II in the domain z > 0. The author
discusses a resonance system consisting of four layerso Of which numbers
II and IV have a low refractive index but I and III a high one. The:,waves
t
are assumed to strike the media at such an angle Thai total reflection
occurs from the plane P12 and P 34 (see Fig.). Penetration of waves through
layer II is due to its small thickness dl. The transfer of energy into
layer III is of resonance character and depends on the thickness, d2l cf'
layer III (resonator). When resonance conditions are fulfilled, the
amplitude of the wave in resonator III will rapidly incre~sep provided the
system is unbounded. If there are boundaries, this resonance accumula
tion of waves will take place in a certain region bordering the boundary,
i.e., a peculiar region of resonance diffraction having a characteri,stie
length will arise. The resonance conditions,which are periodic across
the thickness of the resonatort d2p have the following approximate formi
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2 11) . (n~ 0)2
tan(kfd kzl(qz + qzl)/(q q21  k' (9), wherel:~(k + k
z 2 reB z z X
2 2)
and (k _ q (nl,&)/c)2. For the case of exact resonance, the wave
X z
amplitudes ia resonator III in the region x> 0 are equalAO
(X) 2 2 2 "2 d, ) (1
A (x) 11 B + k )(q + k , )/2qk'j ex
P P (qz z z ~(q z
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(11), and the amplitude of the Yrave reflected from the first interface is
equal to JBP 12 (x) 1  2,x/101. JAIJ(12), where the c h'aracteris,tic,
length of resonance diffraction is given by
2) 12 )21
0 (kx/k,) [(q' + k (q' + k, )/2q7V exp (.2q dj)(d 1/q + 1 /q
z z z z z z 2 + Z' z
(13), which, for an infinite system in the region x,>>l0 is found in, the,
following form: (00)12/
1 0 [(A,, A 12 (d 2 + Vqzi + 1/4' z tana 5)
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Mention is made of V. L. Ginzburg. There are I figure and 4 referencess
3 Sovietbloc and 1 nonSovietbloc.
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AUTHOR: Ioxansen L V
TITLE: A total internal reflection resonancefi1ter of
limited size
PERIODICAL: Optika i spq1(troskopiya, v.12, no.20 1962, 31839~
TEXT: In previous paper .s (Ref.l: Opt. i spektr., 11, 54~2,
1961; Ref.2: ZhTF, 32, No.4, 1962; Ref.3: ZhFTF, 4o, 1838, 1,9�1)
the author showed that total internal reflection filters exhibit.
a peculiar form of resonance which is associated with the
presence of reflecting boundaries and that revious.theories:
which do not take into account the presence of boundaries cannot
be used in practice. This phenomenon is important liot only,~n
optical total internal reflection filters but in any planerayered
systems in which the propagation of electromagnetic, waves is
associated with the resonance effect. The resonance effect always
arises when the waves are incident obliquely on a planeparollel
system in which resonance accumulation of ener$y t6kes place.
The resonance diffraction effect should occur in interference
filters, FabryPerot etalons and so on. The effect has not been
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noticed because it is largely masked by absorption effects and
imperfections in the system. It is emphasized that this effect
has nothing in common with the normal diffraction effect clue to
the limited aperture of the system. In
the pres,ent paper the
author extends the analysis given in his previous three papersIand
gives a detailed theory of the characteristics of an arbitrary
finite resonance filter with total internal reflection. Formulae~:
are derived for the amplitudes of waves transmitted and reflec 'ted
by the filter, for the local and integral transparency of the
filter at the maximum of the transmission band and for the local
and integral reflection coefficient and the energy stored by t1he
filter. The form and the halfifidth of the local andintegral,
transmission band are also determined. The calculations refer to
the case of planeparallel waves with the electric vector parallel
to the reflecting layers. The paper is entirely~theoretical and
no numerical'experimontal results are reported. Theile is I figurp.
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AUTHOR: logansen, L. V_
TITLE: Theory of electromagnetic resonance sy6temi~with internal
total reflection
PERIODICAL: Zhurnal tekhnicheakoy fitikil v. 32, no. 4,,1962, 406418:
TEXT: 111he passage of electromagnetic waves through,systems of dielectric
plane layers (including thin, totally reflecting intermediate layers) is:
considerably affected by the geometrical dimensions of the .system. The
theory of A. F. Turner (J. Phys. et Rad.p 4441 1950)s which doeo'.not
consider the effect of the system boundaries,.holds only asymptotically
for infinite systems. The theory of the prevent author is free from.such
shortcomines and permits the calculation of a resonance condenser with
internal total reflection. The author considers steady ascillations:in
nonmagnetic media (g  1) with apolarization, I.e. the electrical vector
lies in the separating plane. The relations A + B ,F + G (2.8) an(I ~
A  B  i(qz/k,)(F  G) (2.9) between the complex amplitudes A, B and F, G,
on b~ ides of the separating plane determine the coefficients of
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permeability and reflection. For a slowly changing amplitude, the equixtion
A(X,Z) (x,z)exp [i(k x + kzz)j yields the approximat6 solution
x
AO(X,Z) :C(x(kx/kz.)z) (2.13), where f is an arbitrar$ Ainotion. In 'chis
case, the "orthogonality" conditions
A,= sA exp [i (ot kx kx)),
k, (2.14) aad
k,
4 z exp [/(tot
A,. sB (X 77
k (2.15)
A3 sF f I ezp[1(w1kviq,z)1,
(X qY Z)
AA==sG Xil'z exp [i (cot
hold referring to planes in which amplitudes and phases are constanto The
approximate relations
tI
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2(
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k ks k
G= 1
2 L)
~A
2 q, 2 qk
hold for the slowly.c~anging, complex wave amplitudes.,. The'.approximat~e
resonance condition for semibounded rooonance conaensere (Fig. 2) is~
tg (k,dj)
pas.
Exact resonance' however, does not appear with (3~) and F~!.0
(E (kid but with
z z
2 k1) 29,k'
qZ
exp (2qdj).
q
If electromagnetic waves polarized in the plane of incidence: propagatei
obliquely in a plasma Nith plane layers with continuously variable
dielectric constant, the energy "seeps through" and concentrates in a
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narrow rangebehind the totally reflecting boundary. The complex wave, for
mulas derived in the present paper are formulated also~for bounded
condensers. The required properties of these systems can o4ly be realized
with dimensions which praotically cannot be achieved. .Syetoms with thle
usual, poorly transparent reflecting layers do not show these shortcomingn.
Totally reflecting systems with.a not too high resolving power can be used
for broad beams if metallic reflecting layers cannot be applied. E. V.
Shpollskiy is thanked for his interest in the present study' and V. L.
Ginzbur6 for 'a discussion. There are 3 figures and 7 references: 3 Soviet
and 4 nonSoviet. The four references to Englishlanguage publications read
as follows: P. Leurgans, A. F. Turner. J. Opt. Soc. 4mer.t.1Z, 9831 1947
H. D. Polster, J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 31, 1038, 1949; A. F. Tuirter. J. Physo.
et Rad., 11, 444, 1950; A. E. Gee, 11. D. Polster. J. Opt. Soc# Amer,.~Jp
.1044, 1949.
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IOGANSENt L.V.
Resonanec. diffractioniof elastic waves in pla ~ed wdia Ath
total internal reflections Iwo vys, ucheb, *II76rudlofiz, 6 ~
no.5s958963 163. (KIRA 16t 12)
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A finite totally ileflecti III
TITLE ng.resonance filter,
p nee: 1963 v 1311,30
PERIODICALs Optika i spektrasko i~a, vil4b
TEXT., This paper is a,contliuati n o
n 0 f previous work
j0ptika i spektr. , v. 12, 3 1962,! 266), on t~he
iq629*3i8t and v,JL 0
calculation of the characteristics of *.totally reflecting
resonance filter extended,to take into accountlifinitesize and,
:,absorption of electromagnetic waires in the niaterial'of. the f ilt.er;'..
*..The Ponditions necessary foi securing a Wighly!:trans parent 'filter
in'~this  case are given by"' 4 ~>>Ro and 4111 where.  L is ~the
r i ong' th 31 ,ax
near ditiension,'Of the filte al s~ r not' def 1xied)
and in the ratio of the'energy abs6rbed inside thetfilter to
the energy incident'on the filter from outsid*4~,'; Th~ trlmnsparency:~.
is:then given by the approximate formula:
to
T (Lj 6) 2n
i T q17)
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where' ;F is the tran pardhcy, and 6_ = X2/n2' where
'k2 is the
absorption Index and n2 ttAs refrdctive indbi of the filter':
material. 'The condit:on ?Li~> 4 imposen, a limit on the
0
geometrical size of the filter, and the condition 1141 impose*
a
limit onithe selection of.material from which the filter can be j
made. Note that analogous conditions must be fulfilled for i~
Fabry Perot interferometee madein the form.of a :planetparaliel
transparent resonaAce plate,)with semitransparent~,mirror coatings
'on both sides.
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d energetic characteristics of reson' ce filte
TITLE& Spectral an a an rs~
with total internal reflection,.taking account of their'
geometrical dimensions
PFRIODICAL: Akademiya nauk SSSR. Izvestiya. Beriya.fi zicheakaya, v :21
no. 1, 1963, 24t 26
TEXTs The transmission and reflection 9haradterietics are'aalculatea, for.:,
iad boen
the total reflection fiiter prdipose'dby Leu,rtatis And Turno, It I
predicted that the pass band could be narrowed to"any qegreet with com,
plete transparency in the band maximum, simply by.increasing the thickness' 
o~ the two total reflecting layers. This was not confirmed:in the
is Turner' a theory applicable, which ittributes this dis
crepancy to imperfections in the total reflecting layers, Here it is
~
.dim
ensionall
shown that the problem cannot be treated correctly by a ones
.
approximation and that energy from theincident radiation'in stored.in the
resonatorlayer betwbenthe two total reflectingtllayers. If a coordinate'.
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system is used in which the layers areperpendicular to the z: direction,'
and the incidentwave vector liea in the x  z  plane, the filter propen.~
ties depend on the x  coordinate, and one must distinguish between the...
local transmission coefficient'T(x) reflection coefficUnt R(x), and
energy accumulation coefficiint C(x~ on one side',.and their integral valu(s
on the other. These are obtained by averaging the'local coefficients over
the filter dimension in x diiebtion. The shape of%be local pass band
varies slowly with x, its half~widths decreasing with increasing x. Th6
new theory is in good agreement with experimental results of Rozenberg
(Optika tonkosloynykh pokrytiyj (Optics of thinfilm doatings)', Fizmatgiz,
Mt 1958). This paper was presented at the 14th Conference on'SpectrosI
copy in GorIkiy, July 512, 1961*. There is 1 figure,
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