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KATAYEV, G.A.; OTRIXHOVA, Z.1. Spectrall method for determining microinpurities in galilum arBenide wIth their preocneentration. Zhur. anal. kh-'m. 18 no.3039-3141 Mx'63. (MIRA 17~5) 1. Tomskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet imenA Kuybysheva. v c& ps vas kround in an atdte mor-uar "y' r~v~ . - -,. - .. - -, ,- -,-I.. ~ . - -, " .7:;~ 7i 7 ~ , - I ~.- I III -- - -- I i Mryhlu nnne-ontrntad nrzanic acids aild Lnc-xeaser> . , -. '' ~:~ ~ :, .. , ;t ~,;; f. ~ * ~~ ~ - ~:, - .1 -,""k -. .:! 7 -; ~~ , , 1 - i :" -~ - -:; , . V.1, , t., - I ~ - :~::~-- , I~v ~ ~ , 1. - ~ -~; ~ ~ - - . 4 ~1. I . - I - - :--. . - - I - I - - I ~ ! --T ~ i. T , --- -, - -~ ~ = t -,-; 47 - - - - I I - T.- ~~ A A - ~ - - - .~ L, - - - - - - - bui5mi 1 FLD: F-NUI.- rM7 KATAYEVP G.A.; SHPAYER, I.S. Extraction of zinc and Co(II) -thio--yanate complexes with isoamy! alcohol. !zv.vys.ucheb.zav.; khim.i khim.tekh. 7 no.6s891-897 164. (MIRA 18--5) 1, Tomskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet imeni Kuybysheva, kafedra analiticheskoy khimii. ------- I- - - - V. I . . I I I - i - - - ~ e -- " , A ~ -, , , . 7 1. i~ P, I" El I fl z ~7 ~ " i I ;~-i;l -4-n frw r j 4, ~g ti v t A u 1 1, It -u n"PTY - 1 7n Y, A CWSHC101A, O.V. ~ KATAYEV G.A. 4 ,. Ior,-3xchange dynamioa of some hoary metal lone on tI poly- I; styrene oation exzhanger K14-2. Koll. zhur. 26 no.69730-733 11-D 164 (1,11RA 28.-1) 1. FUhimicheskly takullts'; Tomskoga universite;&. KATAYEV~ G.A.;,OTMAKHOVA~ Z.1. Chemical spectral method for determining impurities in pure (fx arsenic. Zav. lab. 30 no.1:40 164. IiU 17:01) 1. Tomakiy gosudarstvemyy univeraitet. L 01281-w66- 'ACCESSION NR: ATS020448 UR/0000/64/000/000/0039/0046 Y, Y /, oz~- ~AUTHOR: Katayev, G. A.; Fresnov, V. A. (Professor); Lyuze, L. L.; Batuyeva, Ye. N.11 fice s h -a v-6- on - the electr cal an ITLV! The effect which various subsia 144 cy V1 lys Ical 1properties of the surface of germanium (_4 SOURCE - vX, ~r nauchno-tekhnicheskaya konferentsiva p0 fizike poluprovodni-i tnyye yavle_nTY_a_T._1'omsk. 1962. PorverrhnosItnyye kov (poverkhnostnyye i honta3c on- ,taktnyye yavleniya v poluprovodnikakh (Surface and contact phetinmena in semiconduc- Aors). Tomsk, Izd-vo Tomskopo un'v.--, 1964, V-46 TOPIC TAGS: germanium semiconductor' surface property, crystal surface, molecular interaction, semiconductor research :ABSTRACT: An attempt is made to e-xplain the physicochemical nature of phenomena ,which take place during interaction of the natural surface of germanlum with a chem- ~ical medium. The following effects are taken into consideration: 1. Interaction with the germanium surface atoms, which causes a radical change in the surface due to the formation of a new surface compound (sulfide, nitride, etc.). 2. Interac- tion of adsorbed molecules with germanium surface atoms due to various forces lCard 113 L o1281_66 ~iACCESSIOIJ HR: AT5020448 !(physical and chemical adsorption). This may cause cb-anges in the parameters of the, ,surface states as well as the appearance of new levels. These phenomena are com- :pletely reversible in the case of physical adsorption. 3. Interaction of adsorbed molecules with molecules of water, oxygen and hydrated oxide in the oxide layer and at the gemanium--oxide interface by various mechanisms. It is found that the inter- :action of various substances with germanium causes a change in the surface charge. The negative charge of an etched surface is usually reduced by chemical treatment, and sometimes even changes sign. The effect of various substanzes on the germanium surface is a change in the parameters of the "fast" states. A change is noted in the recombination velocity, which at times may be cansiderable. There is a sharp reduction in recombination velocity as a result of qlainone treatmert. Various sub- ,stances are specific in their effect on the "fast" states. This effect cannot be interpreted on the basis of electrostatic interactions alone. The adsorption pro- cess is reversible in many cases (nitrobenzene, chlorobenzene, etc.). Chemical treatments are discussed In which redox system take part (e. g. quinone-hydroqui- none). It was found that quinone is very effective In reducing reccmbination by elivInating the acceptor level. Mater causes large leakage currents due to the H304 ion in the monomolecular water layer (the "relay-race" effect). The mechanism of the effect of various aubatancps on the "fast" state is not clear on several pointa. Card 2/3 L 01281-a, ACCESSION HR: AT5020448 Further theoretical and expetlinwAbl studies are nee'Aed Iti 'this direction. Orig. iart. has: 6 formulaso 'ASSOCIATIONt none ;SUBMITTED,. 060et64 ERCLi 00 SUB CODEI GS JVP NO REF SOVt 012 ()THE# I Cm c L 01285-66 IFT(l)/g~j,.T'n, !J' -JiVr'-S~ IAT 74 e7 ACCESSION MR: 7A-50204 10 -1 51 0000/64/000/000/0065!007R AUTHOR:- Lyuze., L. L.; Battuyeva, Ye. N.; Katayev, G. A.~_Presnov, V. A. (ProfessA TITLE: The effect which the adsorption of various substances has on the surface properties of germanium ;SOURCE:,~~Mezhvuzovskaya nauchno-tekhnicheskaya konferentsiya po fizih-c Doluprovod- ihov -_.Ioimk., 196Z ;pPoverkhnostnyye i :n h vl~ _~p.!1verkhnostnyve i kantaRtnyye kontaktnyye yavl~enTya v poluprovodnikakh (Surface drd contact phenomena in semicon- ductors). Tomsk, Izd-vo Tomsk ge_univ., Ii964. 65-7G OPIC TAGS: crystal surface, surface property, adsorption, germianium, esearch, electron recombination ABSTRACT: The authors study the adsorption of chlorobenzene, nitrobenzene, droxyquinoline and phthalic anhydride with regard to its effect Dn the density and, energy configuration of recaimbination levels in germanium. Treatment ir chiorc!;,en- zene aves the highest increase in negative surface charge. The recommbinati,-)P. fnr 41s 'vne of treatment showed no maximum, which makes it diffic,::t as to the vropt'rtl~3s of -,hf, -ecombination Centers. L 012115-66 iACCESSION NR: AT5020451 initrobenzene is of interest since the nitro group is often an active radical in -Lac.- ~quer coatings. This type of treatment reduces the negative surface ChdrRe Wrlic,,-. --ID- ppars af7'er etching. When the treated specimen is aged in air, the suzrfac~l pcl-en- tial increases to the former value characteristic for the etched surface. re a '-T.;e n t in 9-hydrox-yquinoline causes a sharp increase in positivc surface charge. ! t wa - irnpDssil,le to make any conclusions about the structure of surface cenrel-s d~--~I- ~~IiS type o4: Ireatment. Treatment in phthalic anhydride a1sc. incrPases lhe Cac~-~ Dotential. Thus nearly all cases adsorption of the substances is acco-mpa- nie~l bv a reductiozi -L. negative surface charge, especially in the case of o-bydroxy-' quinoline. This is explained by the displacement of adsorbed oxygen From, the oxiae layer and for the case with o-hydroxyquinoline, by direct participation of elec- trons in the nitrogen atom in the volu-me with the conduction band; + which causes positive surface charging. Adsorpt1on causes a reduction in the maxi- TwAm surfacp recombination velocity, which is due to a "hange In the capture cr,-,so '0 11 section fcn tlie Larriers. Adsorption of nitrobPrizendland chlorobenzene -JG reversi- ble 17~ -)F nitrobenzene adsorption, 1,, located above the center tile 'Card 2/4_ At11.1EE9i5HiM6: ATS020451 'forbidden zone are shifted upward. The concentration of groups of levels located below the center of the forbidden zone increases during adsorption and returns to the original value during aging in air (as a result of desorption). It --*s assumed that the effects observed in adsorption of chlorobenzene, nitrobenzene and phthallc anay,1-31- -re due largely to electro5tatic adsorption in the field ot the. defect re- SDOnsible for recombination. Polarization and dispersion effects are apparcntly iri- Dortan;.- in chlorobenzene adsorption, while the ~ipolo moment is an impi?rtant- fac~Dr in adsorption of nitrobenzene. Adsorption of -hvdr-cj),.vquin~-1Ank- i~ --C(711TITP-111i~,i deaper interactions, including the formation of bond6 of the type 0 N A nitrogen atom which has an unshaped pair takes part in this reaction. The experi.- mental effects are due to this phenomenon. Orig. art. has: 9 fivures. ASSOCIATION: none ~SUBMITTED: 060cT64 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: SS 'Card 3/4 ACCESSION' NIP: ATS020451 NO REF SDV: 005 OTTIER: OOF Card .4/4 L 0,112-87--66 VP(c) 1t.T /G S _679/0086 ACCESSI611 NR: AUTHOR: (Prof es* _~yjze_L L a, Ye. 14. Presnov, V. A -TITLE: Investigation of the surface properties of 9~ ~__MiUT and germanium devices ~treated inlquinone -~,7 SOURCE: P!'f(i ezbvuzovskaya nauchno-tekhnichesk~r ntsiva P0 fizike poluprovod- ia konfere 1962:g POVerkbTKYStn~'Ye i 1likov poverkhnost-xjyXS_i konta t . e avleniY-a2 ;kontaktr.yye yavleniya Y po1u.Drpvcw_1rikakh Surface and contact phenomena ip semicon- ~ductors). Tomsk, Arzd-tvo Tomskogo univ-_.,_1964, 79-86 1 4 -''ice, adsorption, surface property, crystal ,TOPIC TAGS: germ-nium, semiconductor dev isurface, quinone,-semipondLctor.-mstar-ch- < ~ABS'TRACT: The quinone-hydro~ruinone redox pair is studied with regard to its effect .on the structure of fast states, since a change in surface recombination velocity may be caused not only by a change in surface potentlal, but also by a change in the density, and in the energy terms of the "fast states." In making the measurements, use was made of the f ield effect with a strong sinus,Didal signal conibined with sta- tionary photoconductivity. The frequency of the transverse field was 20-30 cps. 3 L 01287-66 ~ACCESSSION NIZ' - AT50204~_2_ i IStationary photoconductivity was calibrated by the rcduction in photoconductivity in the absence of a transverse field. The dielectric was a sheet of mica 20-30 V thick. Me specimens were made with n-germanium having resistivities of 32, 44 anf 20 P.-cm ,and lifetimes of 200, 150 and 300 vsec respectively. P-5 germanium devices were 'treated along with the gemnanium samples. The reverse curren-L of the collector, the. Ivolume component of the reverse current, and the effective lifetifne of the minority 1 ,carriers were measured, Before treatment in quinone, the devices and germanium sam- ples were etched in peroxide, washed several times in water, dried for -hrep. hours in a drying cabinet, and aged for two days in air in room conditions to stabilize ,the oxidized surface of the germanium. Quinone treatment and drying were done at room temperature. Concentration of alcohol solutions was 0.5 M, concentration of aqueous solutions was 0.05-0.1 M. The devices and germanium specimens were held 1r solution for 0.5 hour. The surface potential for the etched samples corresponds to ,minimum conductivity. After treatment in qui-none, the charge of the etched surface becoines more positive. It was impossible to measure the maximum surrace recombIna- tion as a function of the surface potential ir the etched specimens, therefore it is difficult to determine the energy configuration of fast surface states. The recom- bination surface states in the etched samples are above the center of the forbidden zone. For the treated surface, the maximum surf-ace recombination velocity is at a Cai!4-2L L 01287-66 ~ACCESSIONI NR:: AT502_04'52______ Megative surface potential, and the basic contribution to recombination is from the group of levels below the center of the tone. It was found that quinone treatment strongly reduces the volume component of the reverse current. Freshly prepared qui- none solutions (both alcohol and aqueous) were not as effective as solutions aged at room temperature or heated. This is due to the formation of hydroquinone and hy- droxyquinone, which have acid properties. Thus a quinone-hydroquinone system acts on the germanium surface. it is apparently this redox pair which is chiefly respon- sible for the germanium surface charge. Adsorption of quinone is ac=npanied by a reduction in negative surface charge. This is explained by the desorption of oxy- gen, which is chiefly responsible for coarge in the slow states. Orig. art. has: '2 figures, I table, 2 for-mulas. jASSOCIATION: none ISUBMITTED: 06Oct64 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: ss 'NO REP SOV: 005 GTHER: 002 VOZMILCVA, L.N.; KATAYEV, G.A. --- Germanium ferrocyanide. Zhur.neorg.kh1m. 10 no.8tl953-1954 Ag 165. (MIRA 19cl) 1. Tomskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet imeni V.V.Kuybysheva, kafedra anal-iticheskoy khimii. Submitted January 7, 1965. 'D ACC 4N,Z; AiN602.9~)06 SOURCE CODE,: ' UR102751661000100MBOOIB003 Lyuze, L. L.; Batuy ova, Ye. N.; Katayev, G-_A-; Prqp~ov V. A- TIT--E: Effect of adsorption of certain substances on the surfacel~ropartiea of SOUROCE; Ref. zh. Elektronika. i yeye primeneniye, Abs. 2B22 = SOURCE: Sb. Poverkhnostn. i kontaktn. yavleniya v polup~ovodnikakh. Tomsk, Toms iy 0 -k- _Liji-t, 1914, 65-78- TOPIC TAGS: Cormanium, adsorption, chlorobenzene, nitrobenzene, phthalic anhydride, p.n.otoconductivity, chemical reaction The effect of adsorption by chlorobenzen nitrobenzene~ o-hydroxyquini)- ABSTRACT: ~ A t, -, I line, and phthalic anhydride, on the densfii-and energy state of recombination level's for Ge was investigated. Strips of Ge were kept in solution at 98*C for two hours, and then in a thermostatically controlled oven at 98*C for two hours, for the chlorobenzene and nitrobenzene processing. The quinone and the o-hydroxy- quinoline were dissolved in.alcohol prior to processing. During processing the s-jocimens were kiapt in an alcohol solution for two hours at 78*v' and dried in a thermostat-ically controlled oven at 780C. Fusion was used in the phthalic anhydride processing. 'Ahe field effect and recombination were measured by the drop in Card 1/ 2 UDC: 539.293:546.289:541.183 L 09223-67 ACC NR-. 'All photoconductivity. In virtually all instances adsorption of the substances is accompanied by a reduction in "he negative surface charge, and the reduction is particularly great for o-shydroxyquinoline. Change and recombination levels were bested. Zhe adsorptions of nitrobenzene and chlorobenzene are reversible. The I adsorptions of nitrobenzene and chlorobenzene are reversible. K. [Translation 1 of abstract] SUB CODE: 07 L 09224-67 EwPI ACC NRt AR6019907 '(M)/EWP(t)zff1 ijp(e) IUI/JD SOURCE CODE: 'UR/0275/66/000/002/~003/BO03 AUTHOR: Presnov, V. A.; Katayev, G.,A.; Lyuze, L. L. TITLE: Study of the effect of film'forming substances on the electrical and physical properties of a germanium-surface SOURCE: Ref. zh. Melctronika i yeye primeneniye, Abe. 2B21 REF SOURCE: Sb. Poverkhnostn.1 kontaktn. yavleniya v poluprovodnikakh. Tomsk, Tom- skiy un-t, 1964, 47-58. TOPIC TAGS: germanium, surface film, film forming substance, paint, electric field, photoconductivity PRoPe-if r ABSTRACT: The work was conducted in an effort to adcertain the posuibilition of stabilizing the,,Burface 9f Go using film forming substances. The effects of glum-, taNt drying oil, and rosin were considered. The effect of enamel, V-111q2R~jer,15 the field on a large sine signal and stationary photoconductivity were used for measuraments. I, V. [Translation of abotractj SUB CODE: to Card lA)qqq__ UDCs .539.293:546.289 'W(MVEW(WEri lip(c) j)). ~ -_ 991? SOURCE CODE: AUTHOR: Katayev, G. A.; Otmakhov, I. I.;Presnov, V. A.- 31 TITLE: Stabilization of parameters for germanium Y n junctions in a shell-loss version SOURCE: Ref.Zh. Elelctronika i yeye primeneniye, Abs. 2B395 REF SOURCE: Sb. Poverkhnostn. i kontaktn. yavleniya v polup;rovodnikakh, Tomsk, Tomskiy un-t, 1964, 17o-176. TOPIC TAGS: pn junAion, germanium semiconductor, semiconducting film ABSTRACT: One of the methods for protecting germanium p-n junctions with film form- ing substances of organic origin, and subsequent additional processing, is re:j~wad_ Processing is done by the diffusion of-low molecular and albuminous substance which results in a reduction in the number of structural- defects in the film.1 0* p-5 germanium devices were used in the experiments. Devices protected in this man- ner withstood tropical moisture testa well. Has tables containing the results of tests of devices, the surfaces of which were processed in various waya. V. Yo. [Translation of abstract] SUB CODE: ~20, 09 C.rd lA)i,&, M)Gt 621-382.002-76:546.289 17 B36 K. P ~ ~4A Volumstric magustostriction, of iron-mickel-ebromium and iron- cobalt-ebromium alloys. Vest.Mosk.un. Ser.mat.,mokh.,Astron., fi2.,khim.11 no-1:73-78 '56. (MIRA 10:12) 1. Xafedra obahchey fisiki dlya biologo-pochvennogo i drugikh fakul'tetov Moskovskogo universiteta. (Magnetostriction) (Iron-nickel-chromium alloys) (Iron-cobalt-chromium alloys) AUTHOR: Katayev, G. I- SOV/32-24-10-35/70 TITU: Apparatus for a More Accurate Determination of "he Temperature Dependence on the Elasticity Modulus and the Decrement of Attenuation (Ustanovka dlya i-.mereniya temperaturnoy zzavisimosti moduley uprugosti i dekrerenta zatukhanlya s povyshennoy toolinostlyu) PERIODICAL: Zavodskaya Laboratoriya, 1958, Vol 24, Nr 10, pp 1258-1261 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The apparatus mentioned in the title was devised under the super- vision-~-of the kafedra akustiki fizicheskogo fakulfteta ILIGTJ (Chair of Acoustics of the Physical Faculty of Moscow State University)by,,V*P.Sizov. It makes possible the measurement of especially small variations in the functions mentioned in the title caused by various factors (temperature, thermal treatment, magnetic fields etc.). The increased precision of measurement is achieved by the use of an autooscillation excitation of the sample. It takes place at the same frequency with a quartz generator being used for calculating the frequency, besides 'he conversion devices (Ref 1). The present scheme differs from that given in publications in that it is more simple, and that a Card 1/3 modification of the measuring interval may therefore take place. SOV/32-24-10-35/70 Apparatus for a More Accurate Determination of the Temperature Dependence on the Elasticity Modulus and the Decrement of Attenuation From the description of the apparatusjit may be seen that a conversion. device type Jul with a conversion concef- ficient of 1000 was used. The caloulation of the Yung modjius of the cylindrical sample was carried out according to a formula given in another paper (Ref 2). To make the oscillations easier and to decrease the frequency~ metal cylinders may be fastened to the end of the sample (Ref 4)- The effect of these metal cylinders on the oscillation frequency can be calculated according to the manual by Ananlyev (Ref 5). A calculation of the measuring error of the absolute value of the Yung modi-lus shows that the main error is to be found in the inaccurate determination of the linear dimensions, especially of the diameter d of the sample. The functions obtained, E (ela3ticity modulus) and P (temperature coefficient of the modulus), versus the temperature within the range 19-1500 for Elinvar (36% Ni, I e. Cr and 521% Fe) are given in a graph. The experiment- al points are located on the curve almost without any soat- tering. There are 3 figures and 5 references, 4 of which are Soviet. Card 2/3 SO V/3 2-24-10-31 5/70; Apparatus for a More Accurate Determination of the Temperature Dependence c-1. the Elasticity Modulus and the Decrement of Attenuation ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet im. M. V. Lorn-onosova (Moscow State University imeni M. V. Lomonosov) Card 3/3 'BNIDV, X.P.; KATkYEV, G.I.; LEVITIN, R.Z. Internal friction anomliao and modulus of elanticity In ferroixgnstic materials near the Curie point. Zhur.ekep.i teor. fis. 37 no.4:938-943 0 159- (MR& 13;5) 1. MoBkovskiy gosudarstvenn7ty universitet. (magnetism) K&TAYEV.. G. I. Ferromagnetic anomaly of the Youngto and Shear Modulus. Fiz, met. i metalloved 11 no,3:375-381 Mr 161. (MIRA 14-3) 1. Fi2icheskiy fakulltet Mookogniogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. (Iron-nickel alloys-Magnetio properties) (Elasticity) zi, DTAYV I I. A. KATAYZEV,~LA. - Turkmenistan--Uredineae Species of rust fungi of Turkmenistan. Izv. Turk. fil. AN SSSR, No. 2, 1949 fw".'~c * PRA4'S+-'kl A.~.l TNJ6AAM Y., A.S. 9'. Monthl List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, Nnywnhar-1955,2 Uncl. 1. Kk;-7A--r-V, 1. A. 2. 11--SSR (600) ?. "S.-mut Fanl~i of the 'Turkmen SSB (S-appli~mcntary 1~,ta on the ST.ecies Izvestlyn Turkm. Filiala Akad. Nauk SSSR of the 'Iurlcne- Affiliate, Ac,,lcl Sci USSR), .110 5, 1950, i-ij) 90-93. Vol XXI, issue 1, Ploccow, Jvn-Feb 19~2, ri) Unclassified. 2. USSR (600) "Rust Fun~:l of Tuylmenistan (Supplementary~ linte-ials Dr, tht:~ S--Ccir- ~o-- Izvertiya Turlcm. Filiala Akad. Nauk SSSR !N'ews of the Sni uss-R), l"o 1, 1,951, pp Vol X-Xl, issuc 1 "OSCOI,', J -F b 19- 9. ............. 1. KATAYVI, I* As 2. ussR (6oo) 4- Uredineae 7. New species of rust fungus, Bot. mat. Otd. spor. rast., 8, 1952. 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, April, 1953, Uncl. KATATMV, I.A. MWENOW, Die-eases of ornamental plants in Kishinev and measures for their control. Uch* zap. Kish. un. 13:209-217 '54. (MLRA 9s1O) (Kishinev--Plants, Ornamental--Diseases and pests) I.A.; KOLDSHIRA, L.M. Rhizootonia solani Kuhn as a stimulator of the growth of Briglish oak seedlings and the development of mycorrhyza on their roots. Kikrobialogiia 24 no.6:700-7o4 n-D 155 (MLItA 9-4) 1. Kinhinevskiy gosudaretvannyy universitet. (OAK) (RHIZOSPHM MICROBIOLOGY) OKIAMIKOV, V.P.e; YAYLIYASINp I.L.;~~~~Smvxaf Yubso Investigating heavy cool-tar products of semicoking, a new Idnd of binders* Rhim.i tekh.topl.i masel 5 no-10:26-31 o 16o. (MIRA 13'- 10) '.Coke industry-41-producto) (jb~jquets ()Vel)) A RATAYEV,_I.G.; IVANUSHKO; N.D., red.; BELYAYEVA, V.V., tekhn. red. [Electromagnetic shock waves] Udarnye elektroniagnitnye volny. Moskva, Izd-vo "Sovetskoe radio," 1963. 150 P. (MIRA 16;7) (Electromagnetic waves) T.ATAYKV, I.G. (Gor'kiy) Electromagnetic shock-4~8 a. Priroda 52 no.7slO4-105 TI 163. (MIRA 16.-S) (Blectromagnetic waves) KATAYEX, 1. 1. "On the Efficiency of Gearings With I-lovable Wheel Axes." Sub 25 Jun 51, Moscow Order of lenin Aviation Inst ireni Sergo Ordzhonikidze Dissertations presented for science and mglneering depTees in Moscow during 1951. SO: Sum. No. 48.0, 9 Ylay 55 SOV/124-57-8-8679 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Mekhanika, 1957, Nr 8, p 14 (USSR) AUTHOR':" Katayev, 1. 1. T IT LE: Consideration of the Friction in the Center Bearings of Simple Satellite Transmissions (Uchet treniya v tsentrall nykh pod- shipnikakh prostykh satellitnykh peredach) PERIODICAL: V sb. : Vopr. dinamiki i dinam. prochnosti. Nr 4. Riga. AN LatvSSR, 1956, pp 141-164 ABSTRACT: An examination of the friction lossesiin the center bearings of simple satellite gears at constant angular velocities of all shb:fta. Conditions, relative to the train value obtaining with the drive -' gear arrested, in which simple differentials can function under the conditions prescribed are derived. Formulas are adduced for the evaluation of the efficiency of simple satellite transmissions. S. G. Kislitskiy Card 1/1 KATAYEVJ 1. 1 "Rrskim and Blookim In 81nple Plawtary Transmism1cm. P. Voprosy dinamiki I pmcbnosti (Problems of Dynardos and Sixength), RI&L, Izd-vo Alm Iatv4skoy Em, 19.w, 17ft . (SbornAk statey, Ipst. mashinovedeniya, AN Lat 80, VP - 5) The book is a collection of ton research papers, prepamd by =mbera of Acad. Soi. let SSR, Latvian State University wA the Riga Red-Bannar Higber Military School for Aeronautical Engineering Im. K. R. Voroshilov. KATAIEV M.A. inzh, ShChf)Y-D ballwt cleaner wed for the reconditioning of the roadbed. Fat'l putskhoz, 5~ w*4:3,6-19 Ap 161* (IMU 14;7) i 1. Nachallnik otdeja Zlatoustovskogo otdeleniya luzhno-Ura:Llskoy dorogis . (Railroads-Traok) KATAYEVO~,X.Ao Mechanization of labor ammming operations in slag ballast- ing. Pat' i put. khox 8 nQ.1:12-13 164. (MIRA 17:2) ii;: , ~44 1. Nachaltnik otdela pu%U. *Wiy i sooruzheniy Zlatoustov- okogo otdoleniya Yuzhno-Urallskoy dorogi, XMIATIV, H1, Impitan, ------- v-r-~ Replacement for the output motor, Voen, sviaz. (Radio measurements) 16 no.2t46 IF 158. (MIRA 110) f ~ -, ~ ., I , t V, r'), N - USSR/Chemical Technology Chemical Products and Their 1-29 Application Leather. Fur. Gelatin. Tanning Agents, Technical Proteins. Abs Jour : Referat Zhur - Khimiya, No 9, 1957, 33114 Author : Kovtunovich, S.Ds, Katayev, N.A. Inst Title : The Causes of Low Tanning Coefficients of Yuft. 1~ Orig Pub : Legkaya prom-at', 1954,NNO 12, 36 Abstract : Some leather factories which produce yuft do not attain the te-ning coefficient (TC) of not less than 37%, which is required by GOST 485-52. The causes which lead to the law TC obtained at these plants are discussed. 1) shaving is carried out not after chrome-treatment but after vegetable tanning, after fat-liquoring or with a dry semi'-finished product (which also lowers the fat content of the leather); 2) chrome-treated dehaired hides, used in vegetable tanning, have a pH above 5.0, Card 1/2 USSR/Chemical Technology - Chemical Products and Their 1-29 Application - Leather. Fur. Gelatin. Tanning Agents. Technical Proteins. Abs Jour : Ref Zhur - Xhimiya, No 9, 1957, 33114 which slows down the binding of the tannins during vege- table tanning; 3) tanning is effected with a sulfitized extract, vhich also slows down the binding of the tannins. Card 2/2 KATAY'F"A.,j-!.IL.; KOLMAKOVA, N.A. Effect of ultrasound on the adsorption of iodine from the flow of aq,ieous and alcohol solutions. Zhur.fiz.khim. 37 no.7.-1593-1594 J1 163. (MIRA 17-.2) 1. Taganrogskiy radiotekhnicheskiy institut. USSR/General and Special Zoology - Insects. P. Abs jour : Hof Zhur - Biol., No 7, 1958, 306Z2 Author : ~atayay, O.A. Inst Title : A Review of the Sanitary Condition of the Lisin Forest Aggregate for 1787-1955. orig Pub : Tre Lonigrad. lesotekhn. akad., 1956, vyp. 73, 49-58- Abstract : In examining archive materials, instances of do ge to forests and in 1833, by pestiferous insects were uncovered. The Organisation of training in forestry in 1834 secured the attraction of specialists from the Institute of Fores- try for the control of the pests. During the period 1841- 1851 mass propagation of the pine saw fly Diprion pini was observed; control of the saw fly consisted in crushing their larvae. The first Russan entomological office was established in the Lisin Forestry in 1859; it carried on practical studies with the aid of instructors and students Card 1/2 29 USSR/General and Special Zoology - Insects. P. Abs JOur Ref Zhur - Biol., NO 7., 1958) 30622 Of the Institute of Forestry; lectures in entomology were given there since 1828, The following prophylactic measures were worked out in connection with an outbread Of the typograph beetle (IPs tYPOgraphica) in 1860: burning of the bark, the branches and the residue from cutting the trees and removal of the damaged trees. Planting of "catching" trees began in IM on the advice of 1.7a. Shevyrev. In 1922 the forestry was transferred to the supervision of the Institute of Forestry and con- vertod into a scientific-exParimental forest kolkhoz for siCentific and educational work. Card 2/2 U83R / General and Specialized Zoology. Insects. P ChemicalMeans for the Oontrol of Harmful In- sects and Acarids. Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Biol., No 13, 1956, 59206. Author : Katayev, 0. A. Inst : IM-e-M-e-Enngrad Lcademy of industrial Forestry. Title : The Utilization of a DDT Preparation for the Control of Insect-Miners. Crig Pub: Tr. Leningr. lesotechn. akad., 1957, vyp. 81, oh. 3) 55-60. Abstract: A 2016 concentrate of mineral-oil DDT emulsion in different concentrations (according to the prep- aration) was used. Spraying elm trees with a 31o emulsion destroyed 86% of the larvae of the elm mining sawfly in 24 hours. Vlo and 6% emul- sions were tested on caterpillars of the first- Card 1/3 USSR / General and Specialized Zoology, Insects, P Chemical I-loans for the Control of Harmful In- sects and koarids. Abs Jouri Ref Zhur-Biol., No 13, 1958, 59206. Abstract: generation lilac moth by a single treatcient (T); .on the second generation, a twofold T was used (after three days). The cater~)illarsl iniortality rate was taken into consideration on the third day. Their destruction,on the lan~ariav. lilac trees of all varieties was lower than o4 the com- mon lilac. The mortality rate from the 6% emul- sion was higher, in all cases, than from the 3% emulsion. The second generation caterpil- lars showed greater resistance to the DDT emul- sion than the first generation. The two-fold T increased the destruction of the caterDillars up to 901/t. An aerosol of 7% DJT1 kerosen-e solu- tion destroyed only l5wit of the caterpillars. A Card 2/3 KATAYEvt Olex Aleksandrovich; ZHURAM, I.I., prof., retsenzent; SELISHCHENSKAYA, A.A., retsenzent; DhIgNTIYEV, V.I., dots., otv. red.; FILONENKO, K.D., red.; URITSKAYA,-A.D., tekhn. red. - i (Principles of zoology] Oanovy zoologii; uchobnoe posobis dlia studentov lesokhosialetvennogo fakullteta. Leningrad, Voes. zaochnyi lesdtekhn. iri~~. 1962. 48 p. (MIRA 16:7) 1. Assistent kqfedry entomologii Lesotekhnicheskoy akademii im. S.M.Kirova (for Selishchanakaya). (Zmlogy) I K 'AIMY,-Y.,-kapitan Reconnaissance reportsare delivered in time. Voen. vest. 42 no.8z104-105 19 162. (Radio, Military) (MIRA 15-7) KATAY EX. -P IN/5 '1152 .3 RIIKOIIODSTVO PO TLEChEBNOY KULINLIM I SOSTATIRTIYU IMMO DLYA SANATCRIYEV I D011,11,011 OTDYKIU LI-IA14-UAL ON IMIDICAL COOKERY AND MENU COMPILATIM TOR SAiiATOPIA ",lm ,?T _/ 1. D. GRAINZETSKIYp 1. G. DREVALI, M030A, N',LDG RES HOMIES, BI IZ 95 V. TABLES. LIB. HAS: V. 1 SAW, Ta. V.; KATAYBY, S.F. (Khabarovsk) Orthodontic treatment as a preliminary stage in dental prosthesis. Stomatologiia 38 no.2:47-50 Ap '59. (HIRA. 12:7) (ORTHODONTU) (DEML PROSTHMIS) KATAWP S* and others. --- Televidenie Z-Television_~. Mosvaj Gos. izd-vo po voFrosam radio Z-1935-7. 85 p. S04 Soviet Transportation and Cowunications, A Bibliographv, Library of Congress, Reference Department, Washinton, 1952, Unclassified. KATAYEV, S. I. - ascis ted V. S. SAIvIOYLOV "Design of a Saw-Tooth Current Oscillator," Radiotekhnika, No 3, 1947- Moscow Institute of Commmications Engineers (MIIS) KATAYEV., S. 1. PROF YAY' 48 Television - 'Apparitmi: Television -.Transmitters The Contribution of Soviet Soleatists 16 the De- relopment of Television," Prof S. I. Katayer, 4 pp Ohdio" No Disoasses the development of eloGtron-beam systems ani the use of video tubed, the tranamitter,system In,televisior., the principles of colored-television tri4mamIssion and reoep~ion, and other details of .-television systeme. 4140TIO4 KATAYEV, S. L Katayev, S. L defended his Doctor's dissertation in the Moscow Electrical Engineering Institute of Communications, USSR, 12 April 1951, for the academic degree of Doctor of Technical Sciences. Dissertation: "Problem of Obtaining Electric Pulses of Arbitrar., Forn". Resume: Katayev investigated the possibility of using the nonlinearit.; of voltampere characteristics of different elements in an electric circuit. It was demonstrated that graphite and carbon (karbovidnyy) resistors can be used only in the simpl;st cases, while ferromagnetic elements havt more general properties. Kateyev described an original method for generating a given voltage wave form with the help of a ferromagnetic system as well as a method for using a frequancy modulated exciter. He investigated the elementary p-~ilse forms necessary to produce the resultant wave form. The results of the research, which show the feasibility of replacing the given wave with a fragmentary broken wave which can be created from elementary trapezoidal and triangulv pulses, can be used not only for the apparatus described in the dissertation but also for other types. Katayev desetibed and investigated an original apparatus (an equivalent circuit of a long- distance communication line) based on the analo,,ly with electromagnetic' induction phenomena in long-distance electric power transmission lines. On thii basis of this concept., different variants of the apparatus were developed for obtaining a generator of ak controllable wave form.. and the theory behind them was set forth, Katayev solved the provlem of generating pulses of the given form by setting up zapacities by the given law along an artificial line* Official Opponentst Profs* S. E. Khaykin (Doctor of Physicomathematical Sciences) Yus Bo Kobzarevand L. I. Gutenmakher (Doctors of Technical Sciences). Sos Elektrichestvo, No* 7, Moscow, August 1953, pp 87-92 (W/298U, 16 Apr 5h) TA- . SHKENAZT, V.0., radaktor; FRIDKIN, A.M., tekhnicheakir redaktor [impulse generators for television scanning) Generatory impullsov televizionnoi razvertki. Moskva. Goo. energ. izd-vo, 1951 271 P. [Microfilm) (MLRA 10:1) (Televistob) (Oscillators, Blectron-tube) I KATATI V. S.1., daktor tekhnicheskikh nauk, professor. (Reoent probless in television] Sevromeamys problou7 televideuiia. Moskva. Isd-vo wSuanie, ". 1953~ 23 p. (KLU 6:12) (Television) IS - KATAYTV, S.- Mosco-Y - Television Moscow televises. Nauka i zhizn' 20, No. 2, 1953. 14onthly List of Russian Accession , Library of Congress, J= 1953. Unclassified. KATAYEV) S. 1. (A/14 of the Society M. S. IUNMAN) "Coupling between Wave Guide Systems through the Apertures in Side Walls," Radiotakhn:Uza, 1954, Vol. 9, No. 2 (Mar-Apr) The coupling between wave guides through the apertures in a norma] side wall is considered. The length of the apertures is assumed to be small in comparison with the wavelength. Equivalent systems for various foiTm of simple ana combined couplings are substantiated. Hints are given for calculating parameters of equiva- lent systems. The survey is based on considerations arising from the theory of lines, generalized for standard wave guide systems. ZWORYKIN, Vladimir Kosma,; KATIYV, S.I.,red. [Television; the electronics of image transmission in color and monochrome] Televidenie-, YoproBy slaktroniki v peredache tsvetnogo i monokhiomnogo isobrazbenil. Moskva, Izd-yo inoatrannoi lit-ry, 1956 779 P- illus. col. plate 27 cm. [Translated from the Engi ishl. (MIRA 11:11) (Television) 4/ ' 108-7-1/13 AUTHOR KATAYLY S.I.,Prof.,41egular Member of the Society for " TITLE WE 1 ~ec r~ceiesoopyll. ("Blaktricheakaya toleskopiya" -Russian) PLRIODIGAL . Hadiotekhnika, 1957, Vol 12, F 9 Ir 7vPP 3 ABSTRACT Abridged text ot the lecture hold in May 1957 on tho occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the invention of the first electronic tele- vision set by Boris L-vovich Rozing. This invention has the Rus3ian patent number 18076, 19o7/191o and the German Reichs-Patent has the number 20932o froz the years 1907/19o9. At first a survey of the stage of research at that time is given and the fact is mentioned that then it was attempted to solve the problem of image development In a mechanical way. Rozing was the first to show the way of a non- mechanical development of the image and to solve the problem in this direction, Instead of seeking a method for shifting the optical beam in a non-mechanical manner, he shifted the source of light itself in a.non-mechanical way, that is in the Braun tube. The tube itself did not yet solve the problem, for at that time there did not yet exist a modulation of the electronic beam. Rozing constructed a simp- le device which connisted of three additional electrodes -two de- fleoting plates and an additional dliaphragm, - by means of which the deflection of the beam oould be modulated. This supplement was enough to make an apparatus for television reception out of the physical ap- paratus. The method of modulation of the eloatron beam was later on, Oard 1/2 in 19319 with some improvement used by the German scientist 1.".Ardanne 7M SOV/19-59-4-80/317 AUTHORS: Tetellbaum, S.I., and K TITLE: A Radio Receiver for Radar Installations PERIODICAL: Byulleten' izobreteniy, 1959, Nr 4, p 20 (USSR) ABSTRACT: 4 Class 21a 48 Nr 118188 (324102 of 21 May 1943). ff A radio receiv with automatic sensitivity control for use in pulse-type radar installations. The sensitivity of subject receiver corresponds with the time period passed from the moment of sending the -oulse from the transmitter, thus securing simul- taneous control of reception force of signals re- flected from near and distant objects. In order to avoid the blocking of the receiver, the pulses are fed to the reactance tube in the heterodyne circuit. Card 1/1 8(5) SOV/19-59-5-101/~"J8 AUTHOR: Katayev, S.I. TITLE: A Transistorized Sawtooth Current Generator PERIODICAL: Byulleten' izobreteniy, 1959, Nr 5~ p 26 (USSR) ABSTR,kCT: Class 21al , 32 -540 Nr. 118427 (589494 of 8 January 1958)o The generator makes use of the reactive energ-,y of the alternate charging and discharging of a capacitor. To achieve an even change of current and reduce the power needed, the generator includes two circuits, connected through a capacitance and an inductance, each composed of a capacitance, inductance and diodes all switched in in series, as well as a ,urrent in one circuit and a transis-tor source of c in the othei,, forming in the transformer windings an alternately magnetizing and deinagnetizing magnetic. current pulsat-' '.ng according to the sawtoothed law by Card 1/2 the periodic discharging of the capacitor coupling SOV/19-59-5-101/308 A Transistorized Sawtooth Current Generator through the triode and its charging through the diode. Card 2/2 7(7) AUTHORS: TITLE: PERIODICAL: ABSTRACT: Card 1/1 SOV/19-59-4-79/317 Tetellbaum, S.I., and Katayev, S.I. A Method for Short-Period Chan'g!"Wrtf.,'~ the Sensiti- vity of Superheterodyne Receivers at Radar Stations Byulletenl izobreteniy, 1959, Nr 4, p 20 (USSR) class 2le ' 48 65 Nr 118187 (324099 of 21 May 1943). In this method, the short-period changes of receiver sensitivity is obtained by the use of pulse-frequency modulation of the heterodyne. BOGATOT, Geralld Borisovich~-PTATV, S.I., red,; TORONW, K.P., takhnred. [How the Image of the other side of the moon was obtained] Kak bylo poluchano ixobranhania obratnoi storony luny. Moskva, GoevenerGe izd-vo, 1960. 62 P. (Massovaia radlobiblioteka, no.385). (NMA 14:3) (Lunar prpbes) (Noon-Photographs, maps, etc.) HD=, A.L., akademik, glavnn red#.; BURM, G.D.. red.; VOWPXRT, A.R., red.; GCP&CH, I.Ye., red.; GUTA4EkjDM. L.I., prof., rod.; GRCDIW* I.I., red.; MNMTXOV* N.B., red.: ZHEMIN, L.A.# red.; red.; NNYWAN. H.S.. red.; SI)FOROV, V.I., red.; CHISTYAK07, N.I., red.; GESSEN, L.V., red.izd-va; MARKOVICH, S.G., [One Inindredth anniversary of the birth of A.S.Popov-, Jubilee session) 100 let so dnia rozhdaniia A.S.Popova; iubileiuaia sessiia. Moskva. Izd-vo Aked.nauk SSSR, 1960. 312 p. (min 14:1) 1. Nouchno-takhnichaskoya obshchestvo radiotakhniki i elaktroavyazi. (Information theory) KATAYNY. S.I* Some potential- directions in the development of television broad- casting techniques. Tekh.kino i telev. 4 no.6:1-8 Je 160, (MIRA 1):7) (Television broadcasting) KATAYEV , S. I.; IMOMOY, B. P. ConBideration of the effect of interference on the derivation of a silhouetted signal rear projection. Radiotekhnika 16 no.10:38-43 0 161. (MIRA 14:10) 1. Doystvitellnoye chleny Nauchno-tekhaicheskogo oDshchestva radiotekh,nild i elektroavyazi imeni Fopova. (Television) KATAYEV S I - KURDOV, L.I.; KHRO14DY, V.P.; ULIYANGV, V.N.; DROKHANOV, A.N. 2- 4, 14- Experimental electronic rear projection system in the Moscow Television Center. Vest. sviazi 22 no.5:3-6 FV 162. (MIRA 150) 1. Sotrudniki kafedry televideniya Moskovskogo elektrotekhni- cheskogo instituta svyazi. (Moscow-Television staticns--Electronic equipment) KATAYFV, S.I., prof.; KONSTANTINI~',Xll, L.I., inzh. Increasing the quallty, of synchronization In long-distunze televislon transmission. Vest. svis2i 124, no.50 Mv 164. (MTRA 17-16': L 02403-67 94T (d) /F~S-2 OD 'C NRi AT6022318 SOURCE CODE: UR/0000/66/ooo/000/0022/0025 AUTHOR:_,Katayev, S. I.J.Makoveyev, V. G.; Smirnov, V. V.; Dymnich, E. V. R111 Avanesoy,.G.,A. ORG: None TITLE: Experimental converter of television signal standards SOURCE: Vsesoyuznaya nauchnaya sessiya, poovyaslichennaya Dnyu radio, 22d, 1(966. Sektsiya tblevidein'i~a-. Moscow', 1966,' 22-25 TOPIC TAGS: signal to noise ratio, TV converter, TV equipment, TV sy6tein, vidicon tube, video signal ABSTRACT: The authors discuss the various problems involved in exchange of tele- vision programs due to the existence of four incompatible television signal stand- ards. A brief description is given of an experimental converter developed by the television department of the Moscow Electrotechnical Institute of Communicationo in 1964-1965. This device converts a television signal from a.system with a line frequency of 625 per second at 50 frames per second to a signal with 525 lines per second at 60 frames per second and vice versa. The basic unit in the converterl is a device for rephotographing the image containing an optically interconnected kinescope and transmitting tube which operate in different scanning systems. L 02403-67 ACC NR, A%022318 Since the transmitting tube in the camera used for the original photography is re- sponsible for most of the distortions which appear in the converted image, par- ticular attention is given to the requirements for this tube. Some of the ape- cific requirements for this component are uniformity in the amplitude of the video signal on the working section of the target, proper transmission of infor- mation on the black level in the image and a target time constant of about 40 msec. This time lag in the transmitting tube reduces the amplitude of low frequency spurious modulation of the output signal, improves the signal to noise ratio and increases line "beat-frequency". It was found that vidicon tubes give the best results. The best lens for the intermediate optical system is the OKS1-50. The reproduction unit uses the 23 IK6I kinescope which gives a peak brightness of the order of 500-600 nit at an accelerating -voltage of 25 kv. The size ratio of image conversion is 1:1. Provision is made for both automatic and manual.suppres- sion of spurious low-frequency modulation of the output signal at 1cps, The converter also contains input and output signal channels, a monitor for suppression of specific distortions and synchrogenerators for both standards. The output image has 7-8 differentiable gradations when there are 9 differen- tiable gradations in the input.image. The signal to noise ratio at the output is 31 db for an input ratio of 27 db, i. e. a gain of 4 db. There is practi- cally no flicker in the output image due to spurious modulation. Magnetic shielding of various units is used to eliminate the effect of a-c background from the 50 cpp bower supply, _01.1.9.,Art. has.,,l table. ~jq~UB CODE: 091:' SUM, DATIF r. AMar66 C ard L YATAYBV, V. ". The rc-Intion of mechanical drnwing to the practical work off stuaentv in industry. Politekli.obuch. no.5:44-51 Ag '57. (MLRA 10:9) i, ?repodavatel' chercheniya sredney shkoly g. Rigi. (MecbsnicAl drawiag-Study and teaching) KATAYEV, V.P., kand.tekbnonauk glectromacbanical Integrator for renote moasuremont nf con. sumption* Izvsvys,ucheb.zav.; prib. no-3:15-20 '59- (MIRA 13:4) 1. Taganrogskiy radiotelcbnicbeekiv institut. Raj-,omandovana kafedroy elektricbeekikh ismareniy I masbin. (Integrators) 3U!-AYW,-V4?-,jnzh. Methods for Jacketing vinyl plastic pipes. Suggested b7 V-F- Kataiev. Rate.i isobr.predl.v stroi. no.13.172-74 159. NITIA 13:6) 1, Pervourallskoye montashnoye upravlani7o tresta Vontokmatallurg- montazh Hinisterstva stroitel stva RSFSR. (Pipe. Plastic) S/146/62/005/004/004/013 1, 3 ~S6 D295/D303 AUTHOR: Katayev. V_*R_ "OITLE: The design of the ring demodulator using semiconduc- diodes 1-1EIZIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshil.-h uchobnylh zavede-iy. Priboro- stroye-aiye, V. 5, no. 4, 1962, 22-27 MICT: The deGign procedure suggested enables the'parameters of the well-known phase-sensitive demodulator configuration to be calculated simply and to an accuracy sufficient in practice, to -1ve not only specified sensitivity but also to meet a9sigirned stability J. "equirements over a given temperature range, 'The value of the for- ward incremental resistance of the diode is obtained from eKperimient, I The method is illustrated by a iiumerical but no graphs are involved. example. There are 2 figures and 1 table. -I.SSOCLVION: Taganrovskiy radio tekhniches,11dy institut, (Radio C4 Engineering Institute, Taganrog) SUBMITTED: September 13 1961 Card 1/1 KATAYEV, V.F. Design of a semiconductor-diode ring demodulator. Izv.vf-s.uch~3b.- zav.; prib. 5 no.4:22-27 162. (MMA 15:9) 1. Taganrogskiy radiotekbnicheskiy institut. Rekomendovana kafedroy elektroizmeritellnoy tekhniki. (Modulation (Electronics)) -. - ICATAM V. T SIMON-- A o MANTSOVt Z.L. 0 - . P 'S &T. Moscow--Apartment Houses Experience in decorating apartment houses. Diul. stroi. tekh. 9 No. 16, 1952 �. Monthl List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, November 19-Ln Uncl. 93:1