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KARISHNEV, V., Cand Bio Sci -- "Obtaining new forms of spring and winter 'wheat by means of hybridization." Len, 1961. (All-Union Order of Lenin Acad Agri Sci im V.I. Lenin. All-Union Sci Res Inst of Plant Gultivation) (KL, 8-61, 237) KARISHNEV.-R.V. ----- ---- Hybrid of Jerusalem artichoke with sunflower in Nov orod Provime. Agrobiologiia no.6-.936 N-D 162. ~MIRA 16sl) 1. Polesskaya sellskokhozyaystvennaya opytnaya stantsiya, Gomell5kaya oblast'. (Hybridization, Vegetable--Jerusalem artichoke) (Sunflowers) D,rhobtlation of listractory clay oy *10CUOtism"a I I 11%mushitra. and -Xtiam. A. No, H, ID-I;X 1931).- S kg. t4 clay tog 0 bro, yickled 10.3 kX. of clay having 42.4"' malt, ture. Furth" toomsis f(w 2 hts. did not yield X.I. , 'Utta. On a com. wale. yield was NO% but The lWoduct con '.1"I !store. The moisture cmirnt can he " dured IT luerrasing c.d. Dr-t truilts were ob b talned without . in. 01 el"trolytt'. electrwytCa dild. the -1pe a but caused efectroly*is of drum material and .11.11= of clay with MO. The content of tnacrodis- perse parik-les was Irss a" the chaissr In 14401olij was Irm stamp than with n"UrAry clay. Debitruse Tualle 411 clay atul grox (45:W trvattcl by c.mosit hAd a firinit thtinkage of IS Om and wat bww tinn of 41,624.7.61% compared with I I.-UtTv .1 9.0,0LO".M., rexp_ for dtbit ruse male from (Mlinary clay and Kamich '.') (2) AUTHORS: Buneyeva, L. I., Gorshkova, Z. S., SOV/72-59-9-4/16 Matveyeva, G. L., Kari3ma, N. E., Etverk, R. E. TITLE: Attempt to Organize the Production of Electro-insula-tors in the Yarvakandi Works PERIODICALt Steklo i keramika, 1959, Nr 9, pp 16 - 20 (USSR) ABSTRACT: A great amount of experimental work has been carried out during the last years to create new designs of insulators made of glass with low alkali content, of the type 13 v. As can be seen from figure 1, the 13 v-glass possesses a suffi- ciently great temperature range to make the manufacture of products by various methods possible. The Veeso -znyy elektro- YU tekhnicheskiy institut (All-Union Electrotechnical Institute), v,nd the Institut stekla (Glas6 Institute) worked out various designs of glass insulators, and the experimental glass works of the Glass Institute the production technology. A mass production of the insulator types TS-2, TS-3 and ShS-10 was organized. The Glass Institute and U'SPKB of the Orel sovnarkhoz have worked out a mechanized conveyer-line production of the Card 1/2 insulators. At the beginning of 1959 it was decided to start Card 2/2 24415 S/051/61/011/001/002/Oo6 i�1- ~1-4 10L E036/E435 AUTHORS: Bonch-Bruyevich, A.M., Kariss, Ya.E. and Molchanov, V.A. TITLE: Microscopic studies of electroluminescence in ZnS-Cu, Al single crystals PERIODICAL: Optika i spektroskopiya, 1961, Vol.11, No.1, pp.87-93 TEXT: The authors describe apparatus for carrying out microscopic studies on electroluminescence in single crystals. A method of synchronous signal accumulation with variable phase is used. it was possible to study the form of the luminescent pulse in separate regions of the crystal and to measure their amplitude, Preliminary expeviments demonstvated-that it is possible to distinguish the light pulse obtained on switching on,and on switching off, the field in ZnS-Cu,Al single crystals,. Some regularity was observed in the distribution of the ratios of the amplitudes of these pulses in different parts of the crystal. Observation of the electroluminescence under the microscope makes it possible to compare characteristics of the electroluminescent condenser with light emitted from active parts of the crystal (Ref.3: K.Buttler, J.Waymonth. Brit.J.Appl.Phys., suppl. No.4, Card 1/#- D Microscopic studies ... 2h41_ S/051/61/011/09-1/002/Oo6 Eo36/E435 33, 1955). Also, information may be obtained about the structure of the crystal in the emitting regions (Ref.l: J.Waymonth, F.Bitter. Phys.Rev., 95, 941, 1954). The hexagonal crystal with linear dimensions of about 60 p is mounted in a mixture of melamine formaldehyde and resin together with two pointed electrodes and placed at the focal plane of the microscope objective and could be moved in two perpendicula5 directions. A series of square pulses with separation of 10- sec and variable length and amplitude (U) were applied to the specimen. A diaphragm in the focal place of the eye-piece restricted the emitting region to dimensions of the order of 10 p which was controlled visually using a prism. The light through the optical microscope passed to a photo-electric multiplier and the signal fr-om this to a special monitor stage. This stage only transmitted the signal in the short time to remaining in the time t1 from the moment of application of the voltage to the sample. t1 is smoothly changed from tl min -- 10 - 15 it sec to tl max > t' synchronously with the voltage change of oscilloscope scanner. The period of this variation (T2) is much greater than Card. 2/6 24415 S/051/61/011/001/002/oo6 Microscopic studies ... E036/E435 the period of the alternating si nal taken from the photo multiplier load (in this case_ 10t times). The time constant of the-integrating circuit (Ti) following the monitor stage was selected such that TI