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-SOURCM --AIT -SSSR. -~~-&k-laadj7j --vi- XOT liP lnc- I! OITIVcu-.1 a L'acy C OM".: 01- 1 ~J-;__- -ILI Card 113 Um qt I skiklh soyedineniy A c b Itti ilikwuk SSSR ASSOCIATION: Institut eleruentoorganiche :nsl of - rgemoma, alli Acaeie--W of Scienones 1;q:ll?,) ---------- THER: 007 7?. " t~ N , -.-':~IN~ G.K ~ ; !_(l__tt,!NCI, ~". i . i'.;,'Iir4lK, 11.1 - , akart-x i k ;--- - ...... , -', . 1". ::r,r- -j la~lon of the dissoclatton C0n3tan,,,..i )f caLrb,>xy-_.If! 4:1.,da RCOUI and Taft's d-congtant.3 w.tTh !-.ha r.-ininar qvidri,*o1c resonamce fre-!iencles of halcger.3 ir. RHal-type aompou,.-ils. ijokl. S.SSIc Al n7.~zII02-1105 Ap 165. (mi%'. 18,5) 1. institut clementoorganicheskikh sniedin~iniv k1l L 2884Q=�6.__ ACC NR# AF601865h abachnik Y W1 jjr, Ya,! AUTHOR: X ,~~Acadordoian)j Medvedt# T# t u M 3MR-1blatlAtit 81~m4ntoorgatiith*-Aikh 0RUt In it [to of Ortranoolement&l Co!qx--nw soyadinsniy All SSSR) TIT113. tPotassium and sodium salts of b1j&jpj!2rq1phos hlArEnotWmiD 'aml Oeir roactions with aldohydes SOURM NJ SSSR, Doldady# ve IA2, no. 2, 1965* 339-342 TOPIC TAGSt potanaium compounds oodium compoulyl, organic nallt." t4di ~Wo oho~-deall ronotion, IR spootrum AMTRAM The authors.-had at their disposal bis-dipheliylphosphifiyl-~ methane (the dioxide of tetraphenyliiathylenediphosottine,)~ which .they call "dioxide" and they investigated Its abill'ty W~form a ~dlumi and potassium derivatives, separated the darivatlvfip~j Iii analyti"1101, pure form, studied their Infrared spectra, and Mali, reiaotions with aldehydes. The changes In the infrared speoti,U'm or,;dioxidO when It forms salts corresponds to that of bld-dlalkylphtiaphoryl.4 methane, die thylphosphorylace tone, and aoetylacetoi~a whi?!rl they form salts. Reactions of dioxide salts with aldeh~Aes~Wais'invetr- tigated with the potassium salt. They result In the fo~r4iation 0t. oxides of phosphineso eontaining beta- subs ti tuted vinyL etroups, band the potassium salt of diphenY Phosohinic aoidtj Tki~i,.romi)tloh oPoure i both with aromatio and vi t~j~llptjat_jio ald8h d t4j~ 541&WmOintod With the erltwnta Orin 0 ; A V( !t 1- It .. M M& &U,13 - I S ~'rlffioh-Ft co'03 "7' :(YrH F4-jFi 0 7 C91% 1 7 SUR DATE 3 ............... L 589'13-65 ACCE30IO1 Mit AP501874T UR/0020/65/1631002/0365/0368 AUMOR: Ilr-tk Drik I L.- VoAovn, R. 1.; 0 A. P. Lj T I N. Ymz Kab.-Mik. M. I ~- =-t T-zt TITLE: Anticholinentermse properti:!s of lnndno)-etb-Af9 an and their innthylaulfonium mk'thzl oulfaten SOURCE: All SAR. Doklady, v. 163. no. 2. 1965, 365-368~ TOPIC TAGS: 2jUa_5n_n- chemical warrare agent, cholinesterese inhibitor, anti- cholinesterase activity, thiophoophate enter ABSTRAM One of the most effective vays to incremse the activity of organophos~ phorus cholinesterane inhibitor* is to introduce an onium group In their structure ]at the same distance from tile phosphoryl group n the dletance betueen the carboal carbon and the qunternary nitrogen in acetylcholine. llr(~vloua vork showed that the sharp increase in anticholinnaterane activity observed on traxisition fr sulfides CH3(C H O)P(O)SC11 CH SC H to oulfonium compounds [CH3(C2 11 50)P(O) BCH 21:117ECH )c go CHI in due not'io'th' fd.ctive errect. but to the formation of an I&ic &T3 4 3 C. between the Inhibitor caid the hnionic ceotef of ch6linedterase. . The effect d the magnitude of the er(eptlve- 4td= chafga oanthb antldholibestfirase actiVity of -the C EM 1 3 L L 58973-65 ACCE3SION UR: AP5018747 above compound* waa Invent1fnted. The cccipoundi Inventig!ktod were 0 O-dlethyl 8-(8-arylr"ctbyl-amIno) ethyl thlophoopUteo "0)2r.(O)F'C112C11j1f(CH3; their (C211 COO' and r,;2tbylnulfonBn m2thyl sulfates )[;Cl 2C"2"(Cll 3) 2 M21150)2p(o I C6114R)G0,,CH3. Pxyl Bub atituents R of curfLrentelecti nti'vitlen were used- CH31 1 113- -onec CL OC Anticholin-L caternae activity was evaluated from the reaction rate constants of inhibitors VItb' serum cbolineaterane (acylcholine hydrolanc) in M/50 phosphate buffer (P)l T-5) at 25C. The physical constants of the Inhibitors and their reaction rate constants M4 given in tabular form. In coTipounda with a tornnry ", the presence of aryl groups decreanco anticholinentertme activity, pronumnbly because of the luer ability of f aromatic &mines to form amonium cations In aqueous solutions. On tho other hand, compounds vith a quaternary 8 and aryl groupo show '-vM strong activity. In addition to increasing tho effective ponitiye charges the hydrophobic ftryl rmliasils fagilitati the sorption of the inhibitor on'the enzyme surface. Mie existence of the positivel charge appcars to be the coat Important factor determining thehigh activity of sucA inhibitors. The nature of the cubstituents R, showing good linear co"elation Withl the reaction.rate, and the ateric compatibility of the aryk group vIth tbeenionle site of the enzyme are of,secondaxy importance. OrIg. art. has: 2 imbles'sad 1 figure. L 58973-65 ACCESSION HH; AP5016741 Agsocrnim: Inatitut evol Akademit nauk SCOR (jr.:sj~ttii GIGRI; Irintitut of Sciences (Inatitute of Orgmrfooler-nt SLMM17MI OlFeb65 90 BE? govt. .005"., JIM Nll 2 tonnoy fiziologii L blakhimli im..t. It. Bachenow f rv~bAlo ftr door I y IDNyi cLoly nnd Diocbemetry, Acd -~ a - 7mtoorganichcril-DOm oa-le ,nony MA tic MR 'cf-~pounda, Acmdiry of Oclencea,8GOR) ENCL: 60 SUB CODZI OILS Mat 003 ATD Page I.. Te c MASTRYUM)"lli, T.A . EHIT-OV V..,.; U Uj.'IHNA, KABACHNIK 14.' axademfk Reactlvlty of ambident anions. Alrkylatlcu of vodlum derivativ4s of ac,zt%c)acetic ester and anetylnnc~ton,,~ by c:rcnlijm fluob*iUt. Dokl-. AN V"'kR 164 no.2,340-34.1 5 l61. (MIRA 18:9~ 1. lnsi~-`tut- elerert-,arganJc--hguAlkh soyedlaer-ly AN SStR. 0 KABACMIIK, M.I.,, akademik; GILYAROV., V.A.; YUSUP',)V, M.M. Stable salts of alkoxyaminophosphoniumv witli a delocal-Azed onium charge. DokI. All SSSR 164 no-41812AI5 0 165, (min latio) 1. Institut elementoorganicheakikh soyedinerly r'"'1 S!Vi. L 9829-66 PqT,". 1'/EWA(J)/E~T(m)/EWP(J)/EWA(b)-2 RO/" AGO NR% AF5026989 ljoso! SOU CK CODES uiVoua/~~/1-6i,/05/ior AUTHOR: Sv�Lhnikov, W. N.1 Damir, W. A.; k _141_i6 (Acalinmiclan) ORG: VNIKI ORG: All-Union Scientific Rese-irch CInephoto Institute (V"GsojU=YY naudhilo- TITM The action of phosg2ne on ani somis reactions of the compounle. fomed SOURCE: AN SSSR. Doklady.. v. 164, no,, 5j, 1965p 1077-10130 TOT'TC TAGSt phospne,, organic salt, quantitative analyots ABSTRACTI; Bredereck -3nd Bradereck (Chem. Bar. 94, 2278,:;1961)1 have obtained trom VC12 and 1-msthyl-1,2--Iihydro-2-quinolone (1) a arystalltae bilbstance wl~tch shay on1led an adiuct. The authors of this pipir htive undnrtliken Li3 stuly tbi~ rna~cdcn-. ani athqr reactione of a similar type. *on 12.4 C. COC12 In 22 ml. tolm~ne V~95 addM to 8,,65 g. (1) in 25 m.1. benzene at room tempqrttuve, ait .exoth9rmi6,:~rsaotion 1/4 001-547-031JA L 9829-66-' ~ACG NR% Ap5o26989 ~occurred witb evolution of C02 anti fortiation of 10.68'g 2 1 oline HeCl -inhloreauin f m. 130-135 C. The reaction apparqntly follows the scheme given; below :ind the "adduct" is in Tact a quaternary salt of 2--chlorquinollno;urui stmilar4, OtocL V02 CL 0 C L", M& me synthesized were 2-chloro-6-methylqulnoline-(II) MCMP'mi ,150-153 G, 100~ yield,~ anI 2-chloro-6--methox*yquinoline-StM, m. 175-80 0, 96X. 1jiv 01 4tjm In thel'18 compounds is highly mobile -AM can be easily replaced* *A$j. 4W. g (11) in 3 ml MOH'treated with 0.16 g NaM in 0.5 ml HoOki (or 0*5 1C Na 30 in 3 ml) gaire 'an yellow 1-mothyl-1.2-dihydro-2-quiholinothione, m. 116-117 Ot 7~:rl 4 respectively. Analogously prepared were lp6-dimethyl-mo,129-130 09 (75 , an4 89.5%) and I-ethvl4~~-mathoxy-lp2--dihydro-2-qutno3.tnethioneg m, 90-91 C;, 72.7 and 8~56 i 2/4 ....... I I. L 9829-66 ACC NRI AP5026989 (11) (1.07 g) in 2 wl. H 0 treated with a solution of 0.6o! i?, NEOP3 ani 0,41 g. INCH liocomps), 74,4%.' in 3 ml H20 93Vm 1-mothA yi-2-sulroquinoliniumbataine, M4 Also prepared were ljk-dimotbyl-(p, 235-287 0 Iiecomp.), r methoxy-2-sulfoquinoliniumbetainaI m 228-;e3O Cp 64-51. atl'1 0 42 11)10 min. witla 1.2 cg, anhydrous KI in 4 Ml: boiling gglaciid 6% ;avo 41-iorloquin,611na- YoIx m, 207-2(Y7.5 01 70%; the hoibologous-Ul m, 200.5-20~1, C af~' its Motho;q 'H2' f4t r-dom derivative 221-222 C, 61 9M 621., resp. (1r) In CH013 rq,~.ctnd, iitth "h' temperature to give 1-methyl-2-phonylimino-lp2-iiihydroL,idnolinfili briFitt j4110'.1,, M. HOW M 73-74 G. Heated with NH Cd in anhydrous (it) ro Iii them oxime of 1, M 179-180 C and with N 4* 1 0 at 15-20 C, an azino, br1.fAt;~redj;jo%~257-258:Qj 72.5%. 1 2 With an excess of Mg. in the twesence of NEt in 10 min'i at M C Ath sIdbanquent aldition of N%C10 (11) yielded 2-pheno ulgollne meth", lmri'O~iloratep m4; XYX1 Y 148-149 01 63%. i'mixture of 0.23 g (III)--Et(;l (IV) m&~Oj 4 (huinaidinfl4tt tr-qqt-gd with 0#1 g ReONa in anhy4rous ~Kll gavo 1,11-dioi;liyl-2pxll-quinooviAlin4I 1o4ide, lark red, 269-270 Ct 44#1%. Similarly# It gav4 :)L.'m'qt4j'-3-ethy14- quinothiacyanine todides orange-red, mo 259-260 Op 44.67oo' A aiLicturt of O~23 OV) ani 0.16 g ethylrhodanin in 1 ml anhydrous MOB treata4 14th iftil MoMa s6lution gave 3--ethyl-5-(11-ethylAthydro-21-quinolylidene)-ozo thAtzoijilne-2-thlon-4-iono, in dark red, m. 195-196'C, 60%. Condensation or (II) with m~ lona4lisitrile 4 heat g 3/4 L 9829-66 ACG 1IR: AP5026989 for 5-10 min. In MOH In the presence of Nft gave lw-t:ettjjj,-2- d( ~vf dicyanometbylens-1,2-dihydroquinolinev me 2R-2 Op brljit;~nlloipp. 66.6.%. Reativig a, suspension of (ir) in tetralin at 150-180 0 causocl a strong eilolution of I M md the remaining solution yielda pure (I11)& Orig, art 'has 13,:, fomulas SUB COMS 07/ SUBM DATES 2014mr64/ NR REF SOV 005/ MM OV, ABACHNIK, M.I., akadeirik; DYATLOVII, n.m.; MEVV~D', T.Yn.; IC-L)YNT~~EVJO V.V.; PUDOMD103, M.V. Polynuclear beryllium complexonates. Dokl. 0 164 no.6-61311- 0 13144 0 165. (MIRA 18:10) 1. Lnstitut khimicheskikh reaktivolt i osobo chisty',- 'klhimicheskikh veshchestv i Tnatitut elemuntoorgEmichaskil(h soye(inanly AN SSSR. L 26574-66- Eh1(mWFV1P(j) RAI I-ACC NF,--AP6016975 SOURCE CODE1 UR/0020/65/165/003/0578/0581 AU711OR: Nikolayev, At V9 (Corresponding member AN SSSR); Gribanova, I. H.1 Durasov. V. B.; Lakgv Khollkina, I. .; Hironoiii-. Z. N~,; Tavetkov, Tele ,Kabachnik, M. I. (Academician-) OHG: Institute of HeteroorganicCompounds, A4 SSSR (In3titut elementoorganicheakikh soyedineniy AN SSSK); Institute of Inorganic Ch-emi"s-try.-- 51ter tan Do artment, AN SSSR (Institut neorganicheskoy khimii Siberskogo otdelon'.ya All SSSR) TITLE: Corrolation of the extraction capacity of organophoophorusIxtraction reagenti with the sigma constants of the subatituents on the phosphorun atom SOURCE: AN SSSR. Doklady, v. 165, no- 3, 1965, 578-581 TOPIC TAGS: organic phosphorus compound, uranyl nitrate, plutonium, alkylphosphine oxide, distribution coefficient, phosphinic acid ABSTRACT: The article presents preliminary results on the correlation of the extraction capacity of neutral argenophosphorus extraction reagents vitb their structure. The sigma constant, vhIch Nikolayev et al. deriyed from the .tionization constants of phosphorus acids In 1956, using the Hwumett equation, ~vss used to characterize the Influence of substituents. The presence of a :linear relationship betveen the effective extraction constants and mums of the sigma constants vas demonotrated vith a correlation coefficient of 0.994. The correlation of the sigma constants with the distribution ecefficients vas studied for the extraction of ursn7l nitrate and plutogtitum (IV and YI) altrate Card ~2 L 26574-66 ACC NRt AP6016975 ,by orgenopboophorus compounds (approximately 30 extraction reagents) under various .conditions. A linear relationship ves found to exist betveen the logarithm of the distribution coefficients and sums of the sigma constants of the oubstituents 'on the phosphorus atom, obeyed by eaters of phosphoric, mono- and dialkyl- ,pho6phInIc acids, trialkylphoophine oxideap and dialkyl phoupbitee. The linear ~relatlonsblp found vas better satisfied by the distribution coefficients in lextraction from neutral and moderately acidic solutions. Chiefly compounds -containing toopropyl and toobutyl radicals In the eater groups or at the phosphorus I iatom satisfactorily obey the linear relationship. A linear relationahip is also 'obeyed by the msximum values of the distribution coefficients for each extraction reagent. The distribution coefficients determined in extraction experiments are 'functions of several variables, including the eqnstents of complex formation, .aelt formation (in acid medla)p hydration constantos and particular distribution ,coefficients of the substances participating in the equilibrium. From the fact i,tbst the logarithm of the distribution coefficients are linear functions of .the sum of the sigma conetante of the substituantej It follovs that the particu3sr.. coefficiento obey the Hammett equation in the cases considered. The correlations of the distribution coafficiente of uranyl and plutonium nitratem for organophosphorus extraction reagents with the values of the sum of the sigma constant of the substituents on the phosphorus atom are tabulated far 24 extraction system, .Orig. art, hael .1 figure and.1 tables EJM) SUB CODE 1 017 / SUBM DATE I 07Jun65 MIG MW I * M7 / orH w s mi KABACEMIK.. M.1., akademikj IOFFE, S,T. 4plication of correlation equations to keto-enol eqWlibrium. Dok1. AN SSSR 165 no.5tlO85-1087 D 165o (MIRA 19i1) 1. Inatitut elementoorganiehookikh soyedineniy AN SSSR. Sub- mitted July 11 1965. " . "'! " U -, K i.;, N.11.j TZ-FLOV, tl.Yfj.; KAHACHN)K, SyvU-ocir of C-ethyl-S-( ar-jloy-yetilyll, Inv. All S)""R. Ser.kblm. i ~166 I (, '.a ( ! e -p r, -I o - I 1. ImItALl't olemontoorganicheskikli "oyod'.ti-2i~iy AN "':*!,"!". Sub- 111-y 17, 1965- L J1,zz--0D -nFAJ )/rftl km)/ I- --- rm ACC NRs AP6021102 SOUR-C-EG-0--DE-:~i ..-2 /0.367/03& AUTHOR: Kabachnik, M. I:; Medved', T. Ya.; Polikarpov, Yu. It. ORG: Institute of Organoelemental Compounds, AN &WR (Institut elementogrgani- cheskikh soyedineniy) TITIE: Oxides of beta-aminosubstituted v1DY21phoapbinajL SOURCE: AN SSSR# Izvestiya.'Seriya khimicheakap, no. 2. 1966# 36'1-368 TOPIC TAGS: organic oxide, organic synthetic process, ozonide ABSTRACT: '.Continuing the 8tudY Of Oxides of alpha. beta-vnsatur&W phos- I :'phinos, the authors synthesized oxides of phosphines containing a dlalkylamdji~ group in the beta-position of the vW1 radical and investigated sme of 'their properties. The oxide of beta-diethyloLinovimldiphony-lphomphine was obtained by the authors by dehydrochlori nation of thei addition product of diethylamine to the oxide of &Ipho~-ohloravinyldiph*Mlphoqhine. lWhen this compound was subjected to ozonizationg and the ozonicle to decomposition with vater# fornaldeWe was not- detected. The folltming compounds were preparads oxide of alpha-chloro-beta-diethylamineetkiyldipltoWlphospineI .oxid of beta-diothylminoviny3Aiph*Wlpbosphinst dimido of t*tr&*WW1_ d1=y1=dno*tJV2enediyhosphin*1 oxide of beta-dim*tkq1sair&rUq1 I Ph ~and.dloxWe of to~raphopy2AInstoyl~m"ostbylaiR~pboiThines! CJPRnSI SUB CODEt 07 / SUBM DATE: l4jul65 ORM IMN 001 GTH IMF: 001 card 1A 6-e, UDCe 542-91 + 661-718-1- L 31361-66 _M&EWIMM /T RM - - /----7-d- ACC NRs AP6021103 SOURCE COM UR/6562/66 V~/066 03 -4- d AUTHCR: Kabachnik, M. I.;.Yedvedl,, T. Ya.; Pblikarpov, Yu. M. 16 ORG: Institute of Organoelemental Campoundsl AN SSSR (Inatitut elementoorganiches Boyedineni TITIE: Oxide of alpha-mthyl-beta-chlorovWldiphei~~ j2~osphine .,SOURCE: AN SSSR. Izvestiya. ~eriya khimicheakayap no. 2. 1966# 31-370 70PIC TAGS: organic oxide, chlorine, chlorinated org.mic compound, substituent, reaction mechanism, vinyl chloride, organic phosphom3 compound ABSTRACT: It Is known that the chlorine atom in bet-4t-chloravinylketane in .cantrast to the lav-aotivity chlorine In vinylohloricle show high lability and is capable of being substituted in numerous reaoilons by other groups "with the formation of beta-substituted vinylkstones_jketovinylation reaction). The presence of & positive charge Induced an We-betawmarbon atan faciUtates nucleophilio attack and increases the replaceability of the halogenido atom. ,which by its nature approximates the halogenide in t1te halogonoadq*Adoe of carboxylia acids. Nhen heated vith alcohol In the pilosenae *f an jakali, ,~the oxide of alpha-motbyl-beta-chlorwWldiphanylph(japhine undergoes replaes. .ment of its chlorine atom by an alkox7 group with tho favuation of a irinyl,- .esteri this oxide does not reaot with tertiary amineut sodium iodidee or potassium cyanide even under severe conditions. (JPHS3 ~SUB CODE: 07 / SUBM DATE: 14Ju165 / ORIG HEN 003 / OTH 197t 001 cam 1/1 (to- ACC NRi SOURCE,.CODE---- -UR/0* AP6012977 I '/66106i/004/040/046~ AUTHOR: Tsvetkovp Is. No;; 14banovt Do L; Kabachnikp M. I.,_ ORGS Institute of Organometallic Compounds, Ybscow (Inistitut olumentoorganichaskikh soyedinoniy) TITI-Es Study of the electronio influence of the group SOURCE; Teorotichoskaya i eksporimentaltnaya khimiya, v. 2, no. 4p 10,66p 458-463 TOPIC TAGSt substituent, conjugate bond system,, diasociation constAnt,, bonzoic acid, ABSTRACT: In order to determine the nature of the electron-acceptor effect of the diphonylphosplrfino group and elucidate the role of p-Tr *conjugation in the overal.1 in- fluonce, of the substituont,, the authors determined Flazk6ttls constantvm-of diphonyl- phosphino and certain other related groups. To this end,, mota-substituted bonzoic acids containing diphonylphosphino, diphonylamino, diphenylphosphinyl and thlophos- phirLyl groups wore pynthosized, and thoir ionization constants pXa wore measured. It was found that the diphonylphosphiho group is not only an electron acceptoro but ~&13o, a mota-oriontin aubstituent, having an unshared electron pair. This is probab3,Y duo causes* to two , fl) laok or wealmess of the effect of p-w conjugation arA (2) substan- tial role of the electron-aaceptor 4ffect, which is probably due to c~-N conjugations The diphonylphosphinyl and diphorWIthiophosphinyl groups are strDmig xiet4-oriontaats Card 114 2/2 ACC NRI AP6030554. SOURCE CODE: INVENTOR: Kabachnik, M. I.; Nikolayev, A. V.; Hironova, Z. N.; Tsvetkov, Ye. N. ORG: none TITLE; Preparation of dialkyl(acetoxymethyl)phosphines. Class 12, No. 184848. [announced by Institute of Heteroorganic Compounds)AN SSSR (Institut elemento- organicheakikh soyedineniy AN SSSR)] SOURCE: Izobreteniya, promyshlennyye obrazts~, tovarnyye znaki, no. 16, 1966, 32 TOPIC TAGS: dialkyl acetoxymethylphosphine, triacetoxyphosphine, alkyl halide, ABSTRA CT Ln--the proposed method, dialkyl(acetoxymethyl)phosphines are obtained :by successive treatment of triacetoxyphosphine with an alkyl halide and aqueous t:riethylamine, or sodium carbonate solution, or NaOH with subsequent treatment of the alkyldi(acetoxymethyl)phos;phine formed with the above products. JWA-50; CBE o. 111 SUB CODE: 071 SUBM DATE: 20May65/ Card Ult/O(#13/66/000/016/0032/0032 ACC NR,'-AP6032587 A11THOR: Kabachniko M. L; Madvodtj T. Ya. W-1 ORG: Institute of Organomotallic Compounds, Academy of Sciences, SSSR (Institut i elamentoorganichoskikh soyedinoniy Akademiii nauk SSSR) TrUES Some properties of amides of chloroothylphosphorousl Pm-chloroethylphosphonio and vinylphosphonic acids SOURCEI AN SSSR. Izvestiya. Seriya khimichoskayao, no. 8v 1~66, 1365-1370 TOPIC TAGS: amido, organic phosphorus compound ,-BSTRAC-1: One of the most interesting properties of 0-chloroothyl esters of acids of trivalent phosphorus is their ability to undergo an intramolocular Wouzcv roarrango- ment and convert into corresponding derivatives of pontavalont phosphorus. The arti- ale describes cases where this rearrangement of eaters containing a haloalkyl function Iii the molecule takes place under mild conditions. This was found to occur in 0-chlo- roothylphosphorous diamides. 0-(I~-Chloroothyl)-N,N-tetraalkyldiamidophoophites (1), obtained by the reaction of 0-chloroothyldichlorophosphito with dimethyl- and di- Othyl,amin&8, are unstaUe empounds I Cism-11140 no.NH clr4fl4op (N112)1- CIU14P (14 Ruh Rao Clio,' Coll, I Card 1/2 UDCs 342.?J2.1+66i.718.1 14 IP663_i~87 Thus,, tetramethyl derivatives during vacuum distillation at -800C partially isomeriq into 13-chloroothylphosphonia diamide (11) (R = CH3). When large portions of 0-(P- chloroothyl)-NpN-totramethyldiamidophosphite are dietUled, a third isomer (in addi- tion to (1) and (11)) is formedwhich malts at 1100C, A series of comer3ions have shown that (III) is formed by the alkylation of nitrogon by the 0-chlorcethyl group and has the structure P-N (C1,S)z Its It is shown that the isomerization of 1~-chloroathylphosphorous amides into 0-obloro- athylphosphonic amides occurs under milder conditions than in all cases of rearrange- =ant of A-chloroethyl asters of trivalent phosphorus acids described thu3 far. The ease of the intramoleoular Arbuzov rearrangement of A-chlarmthylphosphorous amides indicates an enhanced nucleophilicity of the trivalont phosphorus atom in these com- pounds. SUB COISs 07/ SUBM DATS3 2?Mar,64/ ORIG MWt 006/ M Wt 002 Card L 31272-66 EWT(ij)lg~EU)IT RM ACd N17-'A-M2-2-7q6 SOURCE CODE: UR 6/036/002/0274/0282 AUTHOR: Gilyarov. V. A.; Tsvetkov, Ye. E.I.Kabachnik, M. L ORG: Institute of Heteroorganic Q,,MundL_J~R (Institut elewntoorganicheakikh soyedineniy AN SSSR) TITLE: Imidea of phosphorus acids VIII. N-acylimidophosphates and -phosphinates and N-acylamidophosphates and--phosphinatea SOURCE: Zhurnal obshchey khimii,-V- 36, no. 2, 1966y 274-282 TOPIC TAGS: organic phosphorus compound, chemical synthesis, dissociation constant, organic amide, molecular structure, IR spectrum, azidev imide ABSTRACT: A series of new azidophosphates and' asidophosphinates was produced by the reaction of chlorophosphatoB and chlorophoaphinates with triethyl ammonium azide. N-Acylimidophosphates and -phosphinates wre !jnthesiz:Vby reaction of acyl azides with esters of phosphorous and phosphihous acids, and then dealkylated with hydrogen chloride to the corresponding Nacylamidom; phosphates and -phosphinates. The concentration dissociation constants of number of X-acylamidophosphates were determined, wid It was concluded an the basis of the Bronstod rule that these substances possess in exids. not an imidol structure. Infrared. upeotra,9f the products were also studied and will Ve- published separately. Or-i'g.'- ~rt. hasi 1 figure and 4 tables. DP~S) SUB CODE: 07 / SUBM DATE: l0Nov64 ORIG REF: 014 / OTH REF: 008 C,,d 1/1 0 ') UDC3 546.185 L ACC NRz SOURCE CODE: UR/0079/66/036/002/0282/~~89 AUTHOR: 1~.ibacbnj.k, M. 4 ORG: I,-a- iuilute r.1 1. eroorganic Compounds. Aaja"' (Inatitut e~ementoor mUchaskikh 7~- 4 1-- 9, soyedinenly AN ) TITLE: and some of their properties SOURCE: Zhiu-nal obshclhey khimii, v- 36, no. 2, 1966, 282-289 TOPIC TAGIS: organie pho,.3phorus compound, chemical synthesisp organic amidep reaction mechan:1:jm, 3ubstituen, ABSTIEAC', A serion of diothylphosphoryl-N,Nl-diarylmidi~e's and wore synthesiz pl;ory; ':,"I od Tho diethylphos- and -Ciiary1wiidines wore synthesized from diethyl chlorophosphite '.-x3 throurh inWrmcdiato 0,0-cliothyl-N-amidophosphites (some of which W-3 i* 6 for tho first time). In tho Mthesis of diethylphosphinyl. t1io intormocUato N-phonylamidodiothylphosphi-nite was prod-ac,--,-i trwisi.;~~inrtion from H-diethylanidodiethylphoffphinate and adline. The pronoxticod nucloopiillAc character of the phosphamidines was notod, A methou -,z' k)-a-lt%yl--i%,fit-diaryldiamidophosphates with various subs~.1;luet.ts in u.Lido groups was found. Orig. art. hast 5 tables. 1JFRS1 SUB UCIDE: 0`7 11,13o?l DATL: 1-1,Feb65 / ORIG REr, : ow / OTH HEF: 005 Card UDC'- 546-183-:547.-398.5 AL:c :,.'~T-77_,7N'0107 Y1. :1 - R: X,-~z-:,i-*rchJ*,,, 1. V.; Beb."G F XoLcow University im. M. V.. Lo;nonosAv_(Voskovs*Ay gooudarstvennyy universitet TLTIS: Synt'nes-Is of un-' es oo pyrocatecholphospljo;-Ous %C'd id SOURCE: Zhurnal obshchey khirdi, V- 36, no- 7, 1966, 1226-1230 TOPIC TAGS: ori;anic synthetic process, organic phosphorus compound, secondary amine ABST?ACT: Stab'lo cyclic amidopnosph4tes wara 5pthasized 1by ti-x reaction of mines T' jj~`rc.'~a~cchol ChIorop*.-Iozp*ni'vo idth aromatic a. ho reaction with privirj y zxoma-~,ic am,:Lnco :Ln t'i-X proz;onco of tricthylamLno procco-lod re or acconda-z %A ,.-ith sli[jht 1-4catin- in 75-80~ 1,11a aZ.!QoPIIoC;phites ob'k,.ained were capablo' of add~_ng sulfur and rcae-ng wiVa phcr~f'azJdo, yJa`d- - tho co.-rozponding bir. On -a-_ o*ot.,,ired -woro -hosted C,5 ifiAhioitozv, of ozone, li,,Yh-., and ~hcrmal of rulbbo:.%; b"od on nalilural rul;~~c:r. The d-aration. of rc:;i~;tanco of ILiao -1--Zrbrrs -~o ozono ia-id light aZ;-,ng waS to bQ izcroascd by 100-150;~' in the prcscrco of a;*-.,ides ol' ,A.,rocatochol- Tho ,;ynt';,.oz;izGd aM"J*dos wa-.e allz;o of tI-Wrmal aging of r-LivLala, phy.:; ic Cal proportioz N, Lhc..-,k 41. A. for carrying out Lhb resoarch 16 CiPAS: 38,9701 SUB CODE 07 SJ34, DATIE: 2641=065 OKG REFF; 003 U:)O: 51,7. ~65 .2: 50. 18,1,!:)2 -17 _I-L5 ~4 6 "Cord ACC INR: AP7010711 SOURCE CODE: MR/0020/66070/005/1103/11,06 AUTUOR: Yr,!~,)vlava, Ye. A.; Tsvetkov, Ye. N.; Lobanov, D. I.; KabachnLb_,h.-_jA,_,_ (Acadetnician); Shatenshteyn%r A. I. OM: 1,hyslco-Chemical Institute in. L. Ya. 1(~rpov (Fizilto-Ichimichaskly inst1tut); Institute of Hetero-Organic Compounds, AN SSSR (Inscitut clonentoorganich-eskikh soyedinaniy AN SSSR) TITLE: Protophilic deuterium 6xchange of some organic compounds ol trivalent phosphorus SOURCE: AN SSSR. Doklady, v. 170, no. 5, 1966, 1103-1106 TOPIC TAGS-' deuterium compoundl deuterium, organic phosphorus compound, organic nitrogen compound SUB CODE': 07 AF' The authors consider electron effects in organic compounds of . STRACT: trivalent phosphorus, particularly the quant~itative aspects of comparable electron effects of subGtituents in phosphorus and nitrogen compounds of sim- ilar structure. The rate of isotopic IWdrogen exchange with a 0.8 N solution of tart-C4H901( is measured in mixtures of-various volumes of diglim and deu- terated tertiary butanol at 1800C or with a 0.02 11 solution of potassium amide in deuterated liquid ammonia at 0 or 250C in several organic compounds. Card 1/2 543.341 Nil P I ACC NR: AP7010711 The resultant data show a probability that the smaller differences in ex- change rates of:aromatic and aliphatic CH bonds in methyldiphenylpliosphine than in methyldiphenylamine may be attributed to the higher mobility of hy- drogen in the aliphatic.Cll bonds due to d-orbital conjugation, and the in- .crease in mobility of hydrogen in the CII bonds in the ortho position due to the additional inductive effect of the second phenyl, radical. Thin work should serve as a basis for more detailed studies on the kinatics of deu- terium removal from substances containing deuterium at a definite position in the molecule. We thank M. I. ARSHINOVA and R. M. GORBATO" for assistance '7 in this work.. Orig, art. haW 2-figurea,emd 2 ~abl ;PSV Card 2/2 EWT(m) DLUP A 'ACCESSION NR: AP50243-32' UR/036 M/0%4/;~02/0232/023S I ~,AuTHOR: grishanova, S. I.; Kabachnik No He 4k !TITLE: Ml excitation in the Be9 M&XOUS j*j MURCE., Yadernaya fix"la, V. 2, no. 20 1965, 232-235 JOPIC TAGS: beryllium, excited nucleus, nuclear shall M0401, ibelastic sclitteiing, electron,scattering !ABSTRACT: The authors calculate the probability of U1 tra ~vi& fram~thq grdund state in the Be9 nucleus (Zw to the. %- and 1/2 leve~si' th enei~les V1 Jn Ithe 2.4 Hev region for the case of inelastic 1900 scatterOg of,:electrons4; Th~: ;calculations are based on the nuclear shell theory. The Oantribiition of the Tc^ ifactor for the MI transition to the total form factor is iivalu~t~d for va~fou*Oscat- itering angles and initial energies, "The authors are sinpore4 $ratefui t~ V.!V. : -76 '-5=9. Balashov for stimulating interest in the work and for uselfta calutultation.0,' ab IWE, -has; 2 figur", 3 formulas, 1 t 1e. WSOCIATIONt Institut yadernoy fiziki Haskovskogo gosu&,rstvennogo univer~Lteta 46 Card,.,- 1/2- DOBRICH, Adal'bert Dobrid, Adalbert]; ALIKHODZHICR, Anim (translator]; PISAREV, I.Tu., prof., red.; KABACHNIK, Ta.I., red.; LATTSM, A.I.j red.; VINOGRAWTA, V.A."$ (Industrial statistical. Promyshlennaia statistika. Pod red. I.IU.Pisareva. Moskva, Gos.stat.izd-vo, 1959. 291 p. (MIRA 13:3) (Industrial statistics) "III MINI, ;I Wil 11, VNIt I Im It III Ij[1!;IjIt ALESHINAq F.;\MUCHNIKV Y4.; KUZNETSOVAO N.j VASILIUVA9 V.1 BALASHOV4p X.; 0 Several results of an experimental study of budgets of workers' families. "'Biul.nauch.inform.: trud i tar. Plata 3 no.l2t24-48 160. (NUA 14:3) (Home soonomics-Accounting) VT 1, 0 f."j. J'c or-, rj,.,,, u-r r 14, 4 r~- 7r- ;:) "'- Irl AV-, -o an~-I.-,vf :111, v)irr!tjf; 4nl T'[C' I=C~Tr IlLi-, 1,C) rm -o %~,j c E! c, r,~ o f% L 'nomivo OcT Nfluo NRs AV6024125 SOURCE COM "MM7W7/63 AWHORt Kabacik. To4Q-us Wastor engineer) ORG: Dopartmont of Tolotransmission Systems, Polytechnic Institute.1;W66iiW (Katodra Urzadzon ToletransvdsyjrWch, Politochnika) TITIS: Single-track telephon repeater with intermittently switched-ori amplifier SOURCS: Przoglad telokomanikacyjny, noo 3.1, 1963, 327-334 TOPIC TAGS- telephone equipment, audio amplifier,'circuit design ABS'LMC'f: The article analyzes the operation of a sing3e-track telephone repeater with a single amplifier which is alternately switched on in either direction, iseb in whichever direction the voice-carrying current flows* A block diagram of the sys- tem, tho waveform of the voltages involved in the process of tranandasion are consi- dered hore; load natching conditions are derived on the basis of equivalent circuit parameters and, furthermore, amplitude- as well as phase-distortiono in the amplifier circuit are discussed* Origo art* has: 16 figures and 40 formulass fJPR_S7 SUB CODSt 09, 17 / SUB14 DATE: none LS Card 1/1 TJDC: 621. MI fl P ;I:- i'livi .1loopqrl I IIII-I, "1 11 11 '1 -1, 1 ICARACINIK, M.I. Isomeric problems. Analele ohimie 18 no,ls'2-2$ Ja-Mr 163. ~r -It I I RUMANIA/Organic Chemistry. Synthetic Organic E-2 Chemistry. AVA Jour: Ref'Zhur - Khimiya, No. 81 1957, 26881. Author : Kabacin.ik, M.K. Inst : Title New Ways of Practical Application of Memento- Organic Compounds. Orig Pub% An. Rem.-Sov. Bar. Chim., 1956, lOt No'. 3, ?l - 85. Abstract: Translation. See RZhKhim, 1956, 47029',. Card 1/1 FA:31*~,)T,I, A. in it., rnpf"r, F.. the short, circull: Or cl .1! .) f- 41, - - D, - ., ~ .15. r).5. sor-*Y".J. vr,!. -~, jji). V I r)rr S-S' eT I j0: !~'ontbly List of the E,,st EuroncAn ( :!;A1,), ljl:. V~!!. 1~, no. 10, Oct. 1055. Uncl. X.A3AI.,Imrcr---- Cogwhenls made of synthetic materiala. Gep 12 no, 4:140..146 Ap 60, KABAI, Imra Cogwheels *ado of synthetic materials. Gep 12 no.4:140-146 AP 6o. MARY, A. (Budapest, Xi.,Muegyetem rakpart 3); KADAI, I. (Budapest, XI.,Maegyetem rakpar-t 3) Endurance test on cogwheals. Periodica polyteohn eng 7 no.4t299-321 163. 1. Lehrstuhl fur Maschinenelemente der Techmischen Uni- versitat, Budapest. Vorgelegt von Prof. Dr. I* Vorols. ~ I 'I ~:, , I 'p, o 't" ( ~-), KA,BAI,,1mre,.-kut&tomernok; MARY, Arpad, docens Fatigue testing methods and values of wheel root fat!gue In "teal toothed whealse Gap 16 nool2s461-47) D 164. 1, Scientific Research Institute of Automobile Trans- portation, Budapeet (for Kabai). 2. Chair of Mechanics and Machine Elements of the Technical University of Building and Transportations Budapest (for Zeary). KABAI Janos Ztructural investigation of ferric hydroxide gels prepared at v4rfous temperature. (To be contd.) Magy kem folyoir 66 no. 3.-103-112 It'60.. 1. Eotvos Lorand Tudomanyegyetem Ko3-loidkemiai es.Kolloidtechnolog!-ai Intezetel Budapest. KABAI, Janos Structural investigation of ferric hydroxide gelir, prepared at ,,u varif)us tempera' rps. 11, Magy kem folyoir 66 n,- .$112&-.331 Ag '60. 1. Eotvos Lorand Tudomanyegyetem Kolloidkemiai em Kollold- technolo-iai Intezete., Budapest* "IN KABAI, Janos Effect of freezing on the peptizableness of ferric I~Tdroxida gals produced at different grades of temperature. Magy kem folyoir 67 no.9-367-369 Ag 61. I.Eotvos Lorand Tudomanvegyatem Kolloid-kemiml es I(olloidtach- rologlai Tarazekes Budapest. KABAI, Janos Solubility rate of iron (III)-hydroxide !-els prepararl at various temperatures. Magy kem folyoir 70 no. 4:1(5-171 Ap 164. 1. Department of Colloid Chemistry and Colloid Technology, Lorand Eotvos University. W Janoene (Budapest) Oxidative cracking of the Hungarian lignite tar olle. Kom tud kosl MTA 16 no.1:127 161. 1. Nebezvegripari Kutato Intezst, Budapest. (Cracking process) (Lignite) (Tar) KABAILIFNE, 14. GELGIt*HY & GLCLCGY I-IC bLINIAl KAB,JLII..I,I_E, M.: Alleod and pre-Allernrl ve!iodr. ~n Utlluan~a in the light -f pal~nolcglral invertIgatirw-, of tLe Nopaitis peat-bog depor!lta. %). lC5 Vol. 61 19519 ~Ionthlv Lirt of Fact ID;ropean Accessio,i (EEAI) LC Vol. 8, No 3 Mitch 1?59, Unclass. KARAILATEIM, M. ez GEOLOr'Y MOKSL11"IAI PRAH73IIIAI. KABAILIENM, M. Some neir data abovt the Allerod deposits of Cabia- uriskis. P. 5. vol. 8, 1958. Monthly List of East Euro-ean Accession (ET-Ai) LC V 1. 9y NO-3 March 1959, Unclass. KABAIMMOV, V.; ALAIAIN011, H. f Aland-nov, Kh. I On joint polycondensation of' cyftnurIc acid, phimol and formaldehyde in acid mediiim. Doklady BAN 17 no.7-625 628 '64. 1. Snbmitted by iorresponding Member F3. Koiirt.ev [Kurtev,.R. 1. DUL4AiY/Organic Chem'Astry - Synthetic Organic Chemistry. G-2 Abe Jour : Ref Zhur - Xhimiya) No 14) 1958) 46634 Author : V1. Kabaivanoy, Me Mikhoqlovj L. Dozve"ev Inst : Institute of ftemistry and Technologyi Title Separation of Methylvinylkatone at Its Preparation of Acetone and PotmIdehide. Orig Pub Godishnik Xhim.-tekhnol. in-to 1954, 1j, 13-20 Abstract The mixture of 4 moles of acetone and I'M10 of CH20 (40%-ual solution) is brou6bt to pH from 8 to 9 with 1 n, NaOH and left to season 40 hours at 25 to 32P; it is neutralized with 11Cl., acetone is distillodLoff at the temperature up to 900,, after which the rest is distilled with ZnC12 (11,~ of ZnC1 per initial acetone) at 150 to 160P and at 1800 in the end. The distillate is fractionated In a column; the fraction with the Card 1/2 uara L-/ 2 BULGARIA/Chemical Technology - Chemical Products and Their H-15 Application - Industrial Organic Synthesis. Abs Jour : Ref Zhur - Khimiya, No 3, 1958, 8875 the treatment of the C the yield of I was Increased froja 7 to 22.2%. ~ study was made of the7effect of the con- tent of water and CH3CHO on the yield of I. Card 2/2 BULGARIA/Chemical Technulugy. Chemical Prjducts H and Their Applications. Industrial Organic Synthesis. Abs Jour : Ref Zhur-Khimiyal No 61 1959, 20388 Author : Kabaivanov, Vl.) Mikhaylov, M. Inst j = Title : Obtaining jf Acetonecyanuhydrin. Orig Pub :Godishnik Khim. tekhncl. in-t, 1956 (1957), No 11 43-46 Abstract : lkhile obtaining acetunecyanuhydrin (I) by the effect of HCN on an aque~jus sulution of acetone (II) at the moment cf isola- tiun, a yield ul 77-73 percent of the product is .)btained with a boiling point of 7~-320. A variant uf this meth~)d is Card 1/4 H C C. t ", 1, ~ ~:t 1, : Bulgaria I I - ~i 1 c A 1AP - .1, ~iY : Chemical T*chnology. Chemical Productq aad Their Applications--Csoutchouc, natural mtjd synthetic-! RZK1111"'.., NO. 21 1959, ro. 76904 A 1, J'~,j 0 tj Kabaivanov, V., Mkhaylov, 14., and Karanova, Kh. 6-h-e-m-f-c-al-la-gineering Institute (Sofia) i, _., L On the AAination of Chlorinated R-jb~)*r U5~IG. ?UB. Godishnik Khiza.-TekbDol Inat, 1956 (195'7)9 No 1t 5.5-65 A63'-'T,,VXT The authors have inyeatigazed the effect of tem- peratu-.# on the hetarogbnous aninittion of chlor- inated rubber with an aquacus solution of Nl~ under presmure at tempe,ratures of 95-1456. Aninochlorinated rubber of maximum M content and maximum ion exbhange capacity is obtained at 125 Using the quantity 15, the degree of substitutiont of a given group or atom in the chain. the fol- lowing concepta were derived; D, the availabil- ity of the anizo groups for ion exchange; a C Au. 1/3 Rubber. 309 -.1. !j!7r _H_ 29 BULGARIA / Chemical Technology. Chemical Products and Their Application. Plastics. Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-KhimiYhi No lt 1959, 3019. Author ~~haylov, M., Pangarova, P. Inst Title Urea-Formaidehyde Foam Plastics With an Increased Strength. orig Pub: Godishnik xhim.-takhnol. in-t, 1956t (1957), No 1, 47-53. Abstract: A method for preparing urea-formaldehydo foam plastic (P) was worked out. The based on the application of combined fooming mechanical in the presence of an eaulgator, laurol M, and on the decomposition of a porophore, (NH ) 00 (11). A resin for P is prepared as ~(in grams): formalin 37 7~ foltas 100, Card 2/2 BULWARIA/Synthetic Polyners, Plastics. H. Abs Jour : Ref Zhur - Khimiya, N;3 19, 1958, 65989 Author : -_Kabaivanov inst : ~~~van ~vVladl~ Title t Use of Plastics in a New Technique, Orig Pub : Priroda (Bule.), 1957, 6, No 4, 3B.44. ,'bstract : Schemes are aiven for the extraction of modern plastics from coal, oil and wood. comparative data are citeO on the stability of several types Of P140ties with me- tals, and examples of plastic products for machine and automobile construction, electric engineering and air- craft construction, as well as for daily use and in medicine. Card 1/1 KILBAIVANDI..JLL; MIKHAYLOV. M. -.00000ow- Preparation of acetone cyanohydrin ( 0( -okylsobutyronitr7l) from acetone and sodium cyanide. Dokl. AN SSSR 117 no.2:2)4-236 N 1.57' (MM *1193) 1, Soflyskiy khimiko-tAklinologichaskly institut Sofiva, Bolgarlya. Predstavlano akadomil-rom.I.N. Nazarovyn. (Acatoacatonitrile) IF ~In6 4,- a, 6 FF- 13u-A1qW%1M A mont's method I Z1. S."anes CON M" ON 11 Wiv, rall. 041=. inodified by rep al HIO with Mq()Tl aj SolvenC proce" gave urer CA Ul 4 Wth a W 4her by It . NuHS j. and am ta of'I mo OLVOIjed. d ","n 11417o XCN (67 9.), acetone (U) (90 .1.). and WOU (ROW.1 to, 15 min. at 20-W* in $-necked task with stirrer, 0". 43 wometer. and dropper, adding Lit U ml. Notice dl'4 HtSO. and 45 rul. MeOH for 2.5 htsmuo-ao' with V40rous stiffing (200-300 r.p.m.), stIffing for another hall hr.. Rlor-* ing on in Mcna the ppt. contj- KOMOCH4 404 Ki%$O a w shing 3 times with -0 ml. ~ eOH, distillial It &n,$ IOM H t3 om the filtrate (pH 3-4). then distilling the min. HC, and collecting the 81-2' fractim yiel ~.d 711N~ .118 "V 1.4048. A.' June ~6 X OR R n CC 4 94 *TO#d Ili* 2t. hi Aid- with d1pame im studWd po Is x1ly'. wd op: I in the Cauca. of HCHO 44 a fu I Jan. (p siampla takep 8CH Ina r a H, Bol. t -rate el A old at 1.1789i at 50', 0. AM The toelffy. of imv 11,000,and B ff~ 31. ) h ArrCus equa 02(4 r, BU! /fj V/P lvt-) V Distr: 4s2c(j)/4E3b Potentiometrk method for the quantitative determination of chlorina far oj~!Iayl ddorlda)~Lnd in externally plead. cLzed mixtures WjWyrcfiloiido) with other compo.- Dents not contab Marine. .1 Ndvano 1102. Veliev, Suld D. GiL~or- 11~1-3 1. 1',' ieva. Kbielt TUS~W 7-- for Cl in Wre ry(vinyl chloride) (1) xave an abs. error of 0.010~11g. hen I is mixed with coinpdo. not conig. CI. wdi as dloctyl phthal- -ad stear , ate. tritolyl phosphate. and Ic , ate the abs. error was 0.028%, due In part to the higher thermal stability. -I Y. Ilimelb1ponr- (,9 de KARA OV.. V1.; NATOV, M. I GERMMKOVAO Sy. Spthesis of etbyl aluvwnum seoquibromide and pDlptl;rleno in carbon dioxide atmoophere. GodiaWk khim tekh 6 no.1329-35 159 (P4bl. 160.) 41370 s,3q~o 6/081/62/000/010/059/659 AUT"-.~ Ij I K baivrina,v. '/I N-ttovy L. TITLEs The reac~tion of p,pl-dioxydi,3hanyldimet',,tylirot~.ane -Ath thio- nyl chloride PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal. Xhimiyal no. 18t, 1962, 615,-abrtract 1SR84 (Godishnik Khim.-tekhnol-. in-tv 1 6 no. 1, 37 - 43 rjulg. I Summar ies in'Rus. and Ger-J) TBATt The reaction of 4,41-.110C 6H4C(CH.3)20 6 H4OH-,(I) i-ith SOCI2 was studied with a view to producing po~ysuifite Of the type H-' D-C I] C(Cij C Ii cio-j-& 2 6 Horroverono properrosinous products %ere oWtained wilh dGict aatlon if 0 SOC1 2' Ori L at ^,20 C or nt olevated temperaturet in the air or in -in iri,!rt atmosphere, with or without solvents or in the pro4once of ontalysts (zn(;l AIC12,.TiCl ). Reaction of an :~Ikaline solution of I nith aOQI 2 4 2 produces NaCl. I and ZO,,. Under the action of SOCI on a sodium dorivative 2 I(II) in C 6H6 the rea6tipp proceeds by the mechanism o.f hetero--ahase Poly- Card 112 s/oa 1 /62/000/022/064/088 B166/B144 AUTHORS: Kabaivanov, Vl., Ts"rnorechki, 0., Kuzova,-L. TITLE: Compatibility of nitrocellulose and acetylcellulose in the presence of certain plasticizers and resins PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal.. Khimiya, no. 22, 1962, 490, abstract 22P100 (Izv. N.-i. in-t kinematogr. i radio, v. 2,' 1959-1960(1~61)067-174'-Bul. ; summaries in Russ. and French.]) TEXT: Viscometer measurements prove that nitrocellulose (NC) with 11.8 % N and acetylcellulos4 (AC) with 49-5 % bound CH COOH are incompatiblt with one another. Tricresyl phosphate and epoxy and glyptal resins are shown to improve considerably the compa-tibility of KC with ACj in this respect dibutyl phthalate is less effective. LAbstracter's imots- Complete translation.-, Card 1/1 1,1LBAIVANOV. MITOV It. . - - - - - - - - I - - - ip obtaining the terpene phenols under the catalytic action of aulfuric acid. Godishnik khim tekh 7 no*'/2-t185-.193 160 (publ. 1611. I ! :1. :~i I I " , 1 11 1 R! - , , ,I . 1111., - : :. 1.1 , - , .. - . I . KABAIVAROV, Vl,,-__AAT0Vj Me Obtaining loo-Vo resins from terpene phenols. Godlohnik khim tekh 7 no.1/2:195-202 260 (publ. 161). IIA"Lbvp M.; 1113AIVAI.IOV.. V3..; MIKHAIWV,, M. Obt--!n',ng tricryano Godiohnik khim tekh 7 no..1/2.-20-232 160 [publ. 1611. K,U A& I A 'I -iOV Vl TSURNORECHKI, 0. Compatibl2ity of the polvvlnyl chlorida and ?olvvinyl acetate in the presence of a third component. Godiahnik ldiim tekh 7 no.1/2.-233-42 160 [publ. 0611, I 14 KABAIVANOT, Vl,; NATOV, M. ... .... On interaction of PF ?I - dioridediphonyl dixatb:~Imathane with thionine chloride. Godiobnik Maim takh 6 no-1137-43 159 (Pabl. 160) I I ~~Ja 111,? 111 1-511 V.C~- d 3/w 1:16Y 0i )0/00/0 1031' B16 AUTHORS: KAbaivan Vl-# Natovv Ms TITLE: Production of 100~% resins from: terp! lie P .01iols PERIODICAL: Reforativnyy zhurnal. Xhimiyalf nop~ 6 ;v 591P 0.8triact not 19 3`761 (Godiahnik Win.-toklinol.' in-t v '160 (1961), 195-202 [Bulg,- ~ Bummari,(Is i Ilu 61 Lnd Eng. TEXT: The poly~condensation of cortain torpond jbasncjla~'w~th fo~ al eh* (I) was studied. It was established that this pl'o"Oe4 ~i~ 0simil~! ti alkaline the polycondensation of phenol with I and cari t~kljd plijx~b with aiij as well as an acid catalyst; with the lattei,., hiji;her-ilio lecular ',atid higher-melting resins are -obtained.i- -The re6in - v, ,kit ho4ii.~,ed.~ f rod" Porl5r phenol (11) and I is thermoplastic;I' that synthe:af.~.ed fia' M a mix~tjxrw 'Of 111bornyl-ester phenol and I 'is thaximoreddtivo. 13;1~iih ti, jib u of roisiln ore oil-soluble, The optimum met~.od of: obtaining 1;erpl~~L~-PhCnol is! a3 follows: 230 9 terpene phenol, 153 nil 30,i4 2-5~ jo,'t 37W1' nd t (acid) are boiled for 2 hro; after drying in vac.t"I Ili. ',tirield of. ~rea~n is 260 - 265 g (after washing out the oatalyst 21 g) Zi L~bl3tr'ctwV .5b note; Qomplete translation Zard 1 1 AUTHORS: Kabaivanov, Yl Tellrnorechki, ~Oo TITLE: Compatibility of polyvinyl chl6rida 'ith' ptillyvinyl cer.439 in the presence of a third Qomponer! it ~Xhimiyao n 111 3:9 509t Oatrllot PERIODICAL: Referati"yy zhurnal. 3T45 (Godiahnik Khim.-tekbinol. in-t,I,V~ ~nos 1960 I-Bulg. 'summaries in, Ru 41, 'And Eng.)) (1961), 213-222 L7 TEXT: It has been est blished as a ~reault of st4dViing. Ojie cp'mPa4~-bility of polyvinyl chloride I(PVC), molecular we ght 0001, ~ii th pol.*~inyi- acetate [MA), molecular weight in the. ~.eset -LO of dibut~yl ~O 70 Pit I phtbalate (I) and glyptal resin PH), molecular in?iglit I 143(Ti j~at dIR and particularly I improve the compatibility~ of V!1C w11.;PVA,. TIIA~ tensile strength-versus-oomposition (PVC - PVA) diArve all0we devi4tioOe from the monotonic course occurring in the case.o~f PVC1,17A rati6d of' 70:30 and 40:60, which is ex lained by the mutuali P1 IM~cizi ifeci; p a ng 6~ of thetwo polymers. [Abstracter's note: Comple~4: tranislation Card- 'kAMIVAVOV, Vl.; GEORGIEVA,M.; VATOV,M. Preparation of stable melamineformaldehyde4twhi molutionse IKhim i Industriia 35 110,5WO-172 163. ~ ~:v - : KABAIVANOV, Vladimir, prof. Develorment of the plastics induitry accordIng to the qaneral perspective. Khim i industrila 36 no. 2:41-42 164. 1. Head, Chair of Plastics Technologyat the Cheminal and Technological Institute, Sofia. A; ~: b ji p9p;'ItilivilAm pli i1 111!4711 11, [it I lilt] ~') III I ll;:-~4 1"T KABAIVANOV Vl.; ALAMINOV, Khr. Thermal resistance of cyanuric-phenol-formaldehyde resins. Khim i industriia 36 no.10:362-366 164. 1. Chemical and Technological Institute, Sofia. Submitted March 31, 1964. IMP" AX . %21W ffff CODE 6-- --gOURC& f-BT/00, T 8 1./6 01 AUT11OR t MM--Mcnr. V.; Alaminciv, H. -7 ORG: 0#7~'-~hnolodcal Institute 4 Zvenitza Sofia 1, Cheildeal. 1114ust47 R6 toa th ri Institute , TITLE: "A 4 W' of thermoplastic cyantric phenol-formald ;ns 1 SOURCE: :11MMa akademiya na naukite# Doklady, Vo 18# nd~1. ~965. 27-30: TOPIC TAGS:, -.vAdhatic material, resin, solid mchanic6l p~ rt~ ABSTRACT: eh a ialey The r"thod and kinetics of CY0,1 4Ac;, ih~nol- fo rua fdihyde duction ~ws been described In detell Mus communications dishniks_ KhTI p :X1 p 19639 Mo, 2; Compt ren4i j, Acad ~~bulg- sct~oo t71 19640 No 7P. order to ant i6the'mocheinicol orti4 1 '0' fthis a now type of i.7:Mqv it is necessary above all to datermine t),43.1 ~temp or ture :ranges of their Iransfer from one physiqal state to a.-wther. The~j thermomachanical method In particularly suitable for tb* inj,Oqtigu~l~n of cyanuric jMM. U rmaldshyde resins which in the process ofl~tordatfld~ wdergq' r4ojor structural end chemical chongess rondoring imposoible'00 et~11,6vsent og ;F do of organic chemistry, Tho-prosanVps vNii was carried out at the NJ PH (SolyntM 4asrOi nn'titu 0 t L cows presents the results of lnvostlzation~l MA IMI ...... .... L 4424-66 ACC NRi AP5028418 properties of thermoplastic oyanuric phanol-formoldIehyde riI4~8 -A ilia process of hardening with hexamethyltatramine in a wide te~p~istuiI6~~iAirvall.'~ 1he purpose of the investigation was to sho4 light an the of theii hardening. The appearance of the curves obtained indicatei 11Mt t i6~wplsstj.~ cyanuric phenol-formaldehyde r'esins undergo practically noi~j~nn 't 210 00. An insignificant deformation vat observed at a hipiior CO isprs:tuor*oi~ 4A r 'a aeforsoia tj The specimens remained completely preserved at 3W 004. Convider~ is observed In the case of specimens of thormoplaOtic phenokkrarioikId'ehydeJ J reffina above 100 000 the specimen carbonizing completoly 4041 bGQ6jWn8 destroyed at 3W oQ. The data adduced show that the aysmro'i ph formaldehyde resin'obtalmod stands U much better4ilwat t*.r th dinary 9, Wii~rik iias iubZ our V - w1volacs (phenol-formIdehydo re6inil Correspondind'Member,--28 Aug 6410716-knowledgemnU are ~ due. to: Lo Ijoldn 4t 001-10 for their kind assistance in cArrying out the, experlmntal~ ~or", AM'Myln!~OSOAI.' 1 f Orig. art, has: 4 figuress IJPR� j, i~ ORIG PSF ()02 JOV 986 006 SUB CODE: W, OC SUBM DATtt Mug6k./ r c9rd 2/2 L 1382o-66 ACC NRt AP6002476 SOME COM M/dlql/66/DOO/0Ol/0q19/qO21 AUTHORS: Kabaivanov, V1.1 AlAm4nov Khr. ORG:. none TITLE: Investigation of the simultaneous E2.1ycondenoatioll of ,januric acldp 0 and formaldehydWI SOURM Plasticheskiye massy, no. 1, 1966, 19-0.1 TOPIC TAGS.- polymer, polycondonnation, pol~,mnrlzation eqi~lalysto' !~honol, tc~rml- dehyde ABSTRACT: The properties of polycondensates obtained by: the oijimitaneous condensation, of eyanuric acid, pheriol , and forrul Idehydo t:l'a ~ i'16050nce or '~'Ydio- chloric acidvere investif;nted to extend on thn Qlycoildiinsates of, cya- nuric acid and formaldehyde describod by the nuthors, OWL KhTtf!~2p '11, 1964)~ The dependence of the rate of formn1dehydo condonentInn,! ib) CNrm"'o in aci-41V during the proceno of polycondonnni-lon ott t-bo catalyW. cotjerjntt~tloh (NCJ)k~ and the temperature dependence or the deforwition of the. sytilkjon 1zlod polymers V'ere: determined. The physico-mechanical properties of the polymors iiro comparod with those of cellulose and wood meal. The exportmental results are'-presented"In toiblen and graphs (see Fig, 1). It is concluded that the raoinm,obtallied fro a the j Crd 1/2 UDC,s;:; 678,4262132121 vw,!Cl,~u it, I I NIT a ~z r, It I I ~,I- W V HI 0:11111., 111:1111111 101WO111"11 I V. WIFORW 114111901111" 111 Mr. 1-M I W. HIV-1. V L 1.V20-66 ACC MRs AP6=476 I Fig. 1 Rate of cond4jis-Oton of 6rmmi- dehyde 4 t dide~e~t cata~st , , conc;;-~ a 1, AMD= H# tiOU4 % I "4w ca;a)7 at; 2 0.18; 3 0 351 4 -i- 101 : 67 5 - 1.00; * 4 6 - 1 7 7 - 4,5; 10, S. 40 /a W- J17 '40 w t:ljwp raine R, I pation of cyanurio acid-phenol-fomadehyde sioss a )olyconden Po 1 'buffloie~ti stabilitj-'U be useful up to a temMature of 200-250(; The am *org tma~ j&on5n, V, V, Koyrign, B, M, Kovarska", and r, P. iiiAm6d oov) for thbir particip;ltlon in the ;xperimntal work. Orig. art. bast I tabj Im and 5 gx~&*m. MM CODS: IV MW DAM. nom/ ORM MW-.~ OJLO/ -Card 2/2 SOURCE CODE: BU/0011/65/018/009, AUTHOR: Kabai W-9y.-VO.- eva, R.P Natov, M. ORG: ChIFilTo---Technological Institute, Soff-a--Uarvenitsa TITILE: Production of polyformaldehyde' from trioxane under catalytic action of organoaluminum. compoun i-- SOURCE: Bulgarska akademiya na naukite. Doklady, v. 18,-noo 9, 19652 821-= TOPIC TAGS: chemical production, formaldehyde, trioxane, organoaluminum compound# polymerizationp moncmerp chemical purity, polymer chemical,..molecular weight .The widoqprnnd and Fonmral utilizetion of ABSTRAM i,polyformoldahyde encounters only one m4jor obettielso the difficulties !connected with the purification of the initial monomer and with the E~plymorlzs tion~pro coos. in recent ye-ire the symmetrical cyclic trimar of ~-formoldohydo,- ~rioxsne, has therefore come to be increasingly used as the I'Mal monom6r, This Tinproeoh boo the shortcoming that the ivoisturo found ft. trioxene effects the moleculer wai&ht and the properties of the f1n*1 ,polymer, In order to bind the trioxona moisture chemically and then to produce polyworizationg the authors used as driers orgranooluminum compounds of th AIR3p AlR2X# AIRI, X1 59 end AIRX2 type In which R Is the alkyl redle:1 sna X - 01, Bra ?9010 compounds are known to reset itporausly with iwatei) makin' a*rapid and complete drying of trioxone possible. The paper 'describes proofs for the catalytic activity of orgonosluminum compounds, giveal iprobable mechanisms for the action of the catalyst# and given a detailed Ldescription of the ganeral.experimIntel procedures, nitrogen purifie8tion, and -th jiiiilt~&tibn prodeps proper a This - paper was presented by orre p7 d Memb-- 17.Kourtev on 27 May 1965. Orig. art. has: 2 tables. 10ri 't SUB CODE., 07 / SUBM DATE: 2My65 / ORIG REF: 002 / Sov Rff 3 OM/ C01W. 611f Ir-A 1-71- Ewp(-I)/ T ACC H& Ap6011g0,4 somE com Bu/00ilA5/018/009/0825708281 iUTHOR: Kabaivanovo V.; Natov. M. ORG: Ckemico-Technological Institute, Sofia-Darvenitea TITIE: Effect of polymerst molecular weight on the phase state of tic ir binary mixture SOURCE: Bulgarska akademlya na naukite., Doklady, v, 18.. no. 91 1965p 825-828 TOPIC TAGS: molecular weight,, amorphous polymer, crystalline polymeri acrylic acid formic acid, macromoleculet electron microscopy, electron diffractionp x ray diffractAn a udy ABSTRACT: The easiest way of modifying polymers is to mix them. one or ifie fact ra which plays a major role in determining the proper props ties of polym, reland polymer mixtures is their phase state. Consequently# the authors investigated a number of mixtures containing one crystallizing and one amorphous polymer@ It was established that the molecular weight of the :components strongly effects the phase state or their mixtures, The authors present also the dependence or the phase state or mixtures consisting of polycepr namidelend 'polysorylto saidlobtained at W from their solution in `~.5-po c,formic sai4'araphs show that iihen the molecular weight of the .polyespronamide increassailt crystallizes less readily and amorphous mixtures KADAIVANSKI, lacho, d-r.; SLAVKOV. Min, d-r.: SAVOV, Dinlo, d-r.; "M Stoian, d-r. Hemorrhagic septicemia in carna in Bulgaria. br.milcrobAnst.. Sofia 5:257-266 1954. 1. Ot N. 1. V. Kh. K. Inatitat - Sofia. (PSWMOHOIIAS I1W1CTIONj punctata, hemorrh. se'nticemin. in carps - (Dul)) (FISH, - carps, hemmorrh. septicetria - (Bul)) I T KARAIVANSKI lacho d-r.; SILAVKOV, 11iia, d-r.; SAYOV, Dinlo, d-r.; --MJR~. -ttho- an, d-r. Intestinal form of furunculooin in trout in Bulgaria. Izv.mtkrob. inst., Sofia 5:267-275 1954. 1. Dt N. I. V. Kh. K. Inst1tut - SoMa. (VISH. trout, intestinal furunculosis) (FIURUNCULOSIS, intestinal in trouO (INTBSTIIMS, diseases, furunculosis in trout) KABA.J,, V. Something an the preparation of welds and an welds themselves. p.75 VARILNA TERNIKA. (Drustvo za varilno tehniko IRS In Zavod za varjpnje LRS Ljubljanas Yugoslavia. VoL7, no.3/4, 1958 Monthly List of East European Accessions Index (EEAI) 1C., Vol~,Bj no.11 Nov. 1959 Uncl. UBAJ., Vinko (Ljubljana) Construction of the welded scroll case of the Francis turbine for the bydroolectric power plant in Split. Var tabn 10 no-3t85-88- 161. '1. Tehnolog za, varjenje v TZ Litostrojv (Ljubljana] (Welding) (Turbines) HECHAYEV, S.Te.; KABAK. A., red.; BELOUSOVA, L., (Struggle of the Moldavian party organization for the dovielopment of stockbreading) Partiinais organizataiis Moldavii v borlbe zm pod"em zhivotnovodstva. Kishinev, Gos.izd-vo "Kartin Koldovenlaske,* 1960. 88 p. (MIRA 13:11) (Moldavia--Stock and stockbreeding) YEIRMV, A.G., kand. ekon. nauk, dote.; DZHURINSKIY, N.; KABAK. A., otv. za vypunk; MILTAH, H., tekhn. red. (Specialization and cooperation In industry in the Moldavian S.S.R.]Spetaializat#lla I kooperimanle v promyshlennostl Moldavskol SSR. Pod red. A.G.Elfimova. Kishinev, Kartla mol- 4oveniaske, 1962. 164 p. (MIRA 16:~) (Moldavia-Induatrial organization) ENDOCRINOLOGY HUNGARY/USSR KURCZ, Mihaly, and KABAK, J.M., Laboratory of Endocrinology, National Lamonosov University, Moscoli-Priginal nguage version not given]. "Prolactin Content of Rat Hypophysis After Destruction of Middle Part of .Hypothilamusil Budapest, Kiserletes orvostudomanX, Vol 18, No 6, 1966; pp ~61-565. Abstract: After isolated destruction of the ventromedial nuolous of the hypo- thalamus the uterus was traumatized, in order to release the deciduoma reaction, and the prolactin content of the hypophysis was determined. In the genital cycle of the damaged animals the diestrus phase was prolonged, biat the, doci- duoma reaction was not positive. The weight of the hypophysis significantly increased after the operation. Both the concentration and the absolute weieit of the prolactin in the hypophysis was increased. on the basis of these results and of previous data the authors believe that those norvous structmros which are responsible for the inhibition of the prolaotin secretion of the hypophysis are either present in the ventromedial nucleus, or t~o -p_-ths connecting the "centers" inhibiting the prolactin production and the hypophysis pass through the ventromedial. nucleus. 14 References, 7 of which Eastern. Manuscript received 28 Jul 65- *qSSR/Pharmacology. Toxicology. Various Preparations. V-9 Abs Jour : Ref Zhur-Biol., No 6, 19589 28209 Author : Kabak K. S. Inst : Not given. Title :Changes in the'Periperal Nervous System of the Cutis Produced by some Theraputic Ointments, Orig Pub :Vrachevn. delo, 1957,-No 2, 137-142. Abstract Chamges in. the peripheral nervous system ol the cutia of the upper lip developed by them rubbing of white murcury, Wilkinsons and sulpktiroint, ments.for periods of 7, 15, and 30~days were Stu- died in 27 dogs. Biopsies were conducted 24~hoUrB after the final application, The greatest modifi- cations were found in the nerve fibers-.whichAnner- vated Card 1/2 VCL.L-u af e AUTHORS: Polyakova, N. M., Kabak, K. S. SOY/2o-122-2-30/42 2~ --- TITLE: On the Albumin of Pe'ri (Ob al'bumine peri- iericheskikh nervov) PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR, 1958, Vol 122, Nr 2, pp 275 - 277 (USSR) ABSTRACT: In the course of their investigations of proteins from different sections of the nerve system by means of electrophoresis on paper (Ref 1) the authors found, that the peripheral nerves contain a considerable amount of proteins the electrophoric mobility of which is equal to the blood-serum albumin. Furtbermore, such proteins are found which move towards the cathode in the case of electrophoresis. The content of these two kinds of proteins differentiates the peripheral narves from the brain and the spinal marrow. First of all it had to be clarified whether the said albumin does not come from the lymph. The authors were able to prove that a considerable amount of albumin in the nervus ischiaticus does not come from the lymph present in the nerve trunk. Card 1/3 Further it had to be proved that the said albumin is not Aaxffilbw~ t~zh~ On the Albumin of Peripheral Nerves SOV/2o-122-2-3o/42 part of the connective tissue. Pigure 2 shows the electro- phoretic graphs of the proteins in the nervus ischiaticus of horned cattle~' As can be seen albumins are present not only in the extracts of the connective tissue of the nerve but to the same extent in the extracts from isolated nerve fiber fasciculi. This content was nearly the same and varied between 20 and 25)a7 of the total content of soluble proteins. The albumin moving tolrards the cathode in the case of electrophoresis is characteri3tic of the, nerve fibers. There is no protein in the connective tissue (Fig 2).'The albumin of the nerve resembles 'lie blood serum albumin. There are 2 figures and 3 references, 2 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION.: Institut biokhimii Akademii nauk USSR'Inotitute of Bio- chemistry,AS UkrSSR) Kiyevskiy meditsinskiy institut (Kiyev Medical Institute) PRESENTED: May 5,1958, by A.V.Palladin, Member, Academy of Sciences, USSR Card 2/3 rARA assistent Changes In the peripheral nervous system of the skin in micro- sporosis. Vest.dern. i van. 33 no.304-40 H:r-Je '59. (mra 12: 9) 1. Is kafedry gistologii i embriologii (zav. - icaeluzhem*7 deyatell nauki, chlorg.-korrespondent AMN SSO prof N. I.Zazybin) Kiyovskogo meditsinskogo instituta. (RINGWCM(, physiol. peripheral HS of skin (Rue)) (SKIN, innerv, peripheral, in ringworm (Rue)) (MVMS, PHRIPRVIRA , physiol. skin, in ringworm (Rus)) KIMK, K.S.; KARUPU, B.Ya.; RIJLICHINSKIY,, K.I.; LLT, I.D.; PLAZHWA, P~X.; KARIM, S.F. Survey of vork of the Sixth An-Union Congress of Anatomists, Hlsto- logiets and Imbz7ologists* AAteanat.glet. i embr. 36 uo,2:95-127 1'. 159. (KM 12:4) (ANATOMY-CONGUSSM) --' On the reactive properties of the peripheral nervous system of the skin. Dop.AN URSR no.2;21P,-223 1609 (MIRA 13:6)' 1. Kiyevokly meditainekly inatitut. Predstavleno alrAdemtkom AN USSR V.G.Kaelyananko CV.H.Xas'lanenk,ol. (SKIN-MVOUS STSTIIK) KABAK, K.Se (Kiyev, Brest,-Litovskoye shosse, d.82); KOLCLIIIYTSr-,V, A.K. (xiycvp -----------Bfd-it--Litovskoye shosse d.82); OSAULENKO, V.Ya. (Kiyev., Brest- Litavskoya ohosse., d.82~; CIIEPYOV, O.V. (Kiyov, Brest-Litovskoye shosse, d.82) Reaction of the peripheral nervep of the akin t* synthetic suture material. Nov. khir. arkh. no.5:92-95 S-0 160. WRA 14:12) 1. Kafedra gistologii i embriologii (zav. ~- zasluzhennyy dayatell nauki.. chlen-korrespondent AN SSSR prof. II.I.Zaisybin) Kiyevskogo meditsinskogo, instituta. (SKIN-INI&WATION) (SUTUM) KCNTSEVICH, I.A.; KABAK, K.S. Reactive changes in the vague nerves in strangulation, Sud,- med. ekspert* 6 no,WO-16 O-DI63 (MIRIL 16112) 1. Kafedra sudetnoy meditsiny (zav. - prof. Yu.S.Sapozlmikov) i kafedra gistologil i embriologii (zav.-prof. N.I.Uzybin) Kiyevskogo meditainskogo instituta. KABAK,_K.S.; KOLOMIY75EV, A.K. Innervation of initial sections of the lymphatic systom. Arkh. anato gist. i embr. 46 no.2:70-75 F 164. (MIRA 17:12~ 1. Kafedra gistologii i embriologii (zav. - zasluzhennyy deyatel, nauki chlen-korrespondent AMN SSSR prof. N.I,Zazybin) KLyevi3kogo meditsinskogo inatituta. Adres avtora: Kiyevo Brest-Litobskoye shomue:, 22. Morfologiche- skiy korpus, kafedra gistologii i embriologii Kiyovskogo meditsinskogo instituta. MqM AID ji SEMBLIES (USSR) MOEPLE I Gepaelev, D. L., S- Xa. -.Kabal-, and S. M' 8h,'1'dkre%. -or 1 20-21. no. 4, A. -SG Ji 1- l 'ier-oauI6.t i ell or r Jcdulm lizer mcdUe erter-std-o coav arcl 11/2 ID Ur 9i:;7-1 0 !-1 [Co.2t voi4l d] S/.U /Op jovoc luc'is for 6 lpmgtj~~iction of T h e utilization of -miniature semifinished prod th modular assemblies would res It in an increa..3e of asi embly~ Coz ess 1. 5L2 elements to 4-5 ele 'ents :~rn im per q s.':Onvi Or-,itab li,-er J fivo 111-1.3 ond containlr.g d'10deo, two (d lit ~g I 1 1 q T- 0. 2 .5 r e s i so r s. F ig. 2 shows the modulav asdemhli~t of q:L rftodW 0 at r ind if MI I` T-0,2 5 rr;sisftors. Botffi functional bloci~s are s Un p1 ci i! bud.d`and adit. Each ~as two printed -plates which differ from those of the' I ler C) n the desivi their prir o i tled circu-its. i 4)vvi C __TLF 7- 1V -if,- --u~; TI GENDEIZV, D.L.; KABAK., S.Ya.; SHILODKRET,, S.M. Modulus or micromodulue? Priborootroanis no.4120-21 A 163. 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