SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT KONUROV, S.G.  KONYA, I.I.
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RADOV, A.S.,, prof., 4oktor sellskokhozyayptvennykh nauk; KONUROV, S. J#
katId.se1'skokhozyaystvennykh nauk
How to increase the fertility of soils in the Southeast. Zemledelie
23 no.5:8181+ My 161. (MIRA 144)
1. StallAlgradskiy aellskokhozyaystvenriyy inatitut.
(Volga ValleySoil fertility)
KONUROV, S.G., dots.; DEVOCHKIN, N.I., red.
[Fertility of ordinary Chernozem soil] Plodorodie obyknoven
nogo, chernozema. Volgograd, Volgogradskii sellkhozinstitut,
1962. 121 p. (MIRA 18:2)
KONUSBEKOV, K..K.
Some quatprnary quadratic forms. izv. AN Uz. SSR.Ser.fiz.mat.nauk
8 no.531923 164. (MIFIA 18:2)
1. Tashkeniady gosudarstvennyy pedagogicheskiy institut Imeni
Nizami. 
KONUSHEKOV K.K.
Some quadratic forms with six variables. Dokl. AN Uz. SSR
21 no.9:58 164. (RMA 19: 1)
1. Taslikentskiy gosudargtvennyy pedagogichoskiy institut imeni
Nizami.
KONUSHKIN, A.G.
Improve plans for furnishing oil fields with equipment. Stroi.
truboprov. 9 no.11%2526 N 164, (,41RA 18:2)
1. Stroitellnomontazhnoye upravleniye No.3 tresta Yuz1igPzpravod
stroy, Krasnodar.
ACC NRt AP6013278 (A) SOURCE CODE: TIR/0413166/000/008/0079/0079 /7
INVENTOR: Zalomayev, Yu. L Lozhkin. V. Ye.; Nikolayeva, I. L;
ORG: none
TITLE: Preparation of foarn. pobTrethanesl Class 39, No. 180794
SOURCE: Izobreteniya, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, no. 8, 1966, 79
TOPIC TAGS: polyurethane, foam polyurethane,'m 4""~ &~ ax~A
ABSTRACT: This Author Certificate introduces a method for preparing foam
polyurethanes from hydroxyl containing compounds, polyisocyanates, and water in
the presence of a catalyst. The use of copolymers of salts of unsaturat4W discarboxylic
acids with methacrylic acid, such as the copolysn z+f methacrylic acid *ith potassium
maleate, is suggested to increase the variety of catalysts.
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arrimentai'moi I TforetirAtakuUMiki (Journal of
Experimmental and Thourvtlcsl Physics), Y. 17, Nov.
1947, V. 976N&
Equations of state and modulus of clasticity for
singleat= lattices an proposed. The modull aml
the criteria of lattice stability are Investigut4ml on'
the basis of potentialenergy parameters.
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KONUSOV, F. V.
Zhdanov3 V. A. and Konuzov, F. V. "On the theorf of cqaalization
of the crystal line state,7 Trudj Sib. fiz.teknn. inta, issue 26, 15,48,
P 7888P  Bibliogt 7 iterls
SO: U52XI, 17 Deceml)er 1953, (Letopis, 'Zhurnal I n,,Ikh Statey, No. 26, 190)
USSR/Physics Crystal Lattices Jan .50
*Stability of Crystal Lattices During Displace
ments,". V. A. Zhdanov, V. F. Konusov, Siberian
Physicotech Inst, Tomsk State U, 13 PP
"Zhur Eksper I Teoret Piz" Vol XX, No 1
Discusses displacement deformation of a. mouatomic
cubic face centered crystal lattice. Determines
"strength of a lattice toward displacement" and
work of displacement, or shifting. Shovs a lat,
tice resists least of all (and very veak3,y) a
d1splacement in the (111) plane of the (112) di
rection, and Internal shift, or distortion,
USSR/Physics  Crystal Lattices (Contd) Jau 50
appears during displacement process. Discusses
Influence upon stability of lattice for displace
ments of normal (allsided and onesided) stresses.
'Submitted 30 May 494..
3.55T59
KONUSOV, V.F.
J
USSR/Physics Crystallography Mar 52
"Theory of Mechanical Strength of Crystdlline Lat
tices," V. A. Zhdanov, V. F. Konusov, Siberian Phys
Tech Inst Tomsk State U
"Zhur Eksper i Tedret Piz" vol =, No 3, pp 339
349
Analyzes deformation of cubic facecentered lattice,
conserving orthorhombic symmetry, equiv to a vol
centered lattice. Establishes that the deformation
leads to the destruction or to a reorientation of
the lattice. Evaluates activation energy in process
of lattice reorientation. Received 21 Apr 51.
21v76
1 4y
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USSR/Physical Chemistry Crystals
Abs Jour Reforat Zhur  Mimiya, No 2, 1957, 13590
B5
Author Zhdanov V.A.) Konusov VF., Andreyeva L.G,
Ills t Sibiriin Ph,,sico_TeTi_no_1ogica1 Institute at Tomsk
University
Title Contribution to the Theory of StabilitY ancl Mechanical
Characteristics of Ionic Lattices of CsCl Type.
Orig Pub Tr. Sibirsk. fiz.tekhn. inta pri Twmkom unte, 1955,
No 34, 219230
Abstract Considered are the stability conditions and nechanical
characteristics of Ionic lattices of CsCl typo during
different type3 of deformation, Thermal motion is not
taken into account, For calculations the effective (.,nur
gy of interaction of ions is approxitated by mtn!is of for
))vhere ek, and e,, are
charU,es of ions rk ano. k' I'and' 2' b, and n are paru
L,k I
meters. Region of stability of lattices of CsCJ. type W
0
AUTHOR: Konusov,
TITIE:
PMIODICAL:
ABSTRACT:
ASSOCUTICK:
SWRITTED:
AVAIIJIBIZi
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V.F.
761114/35
On the Theory of the Finite Crystal of the NaCl Type (K teorii
ogranichennogo kristalla. tips, N*03.)
Zhurnal Fizicheekoy Xhimli, 1957, VOL 31, Nr 11, pp. 24692476
(USSR)
It is shmm here an the basis of the investigations of the level of
equilibrium of a finite NaClion Metal that the size and shape of
the crystalelectron call do not depend on the crystal measurements.
Here a dependence of the owstant lattice for a crystal of cubic
shape on the measurements of the crystal is found, which fully ocn
firm the opinion enressed by Nicolson (Ref. 41 on surface stress.
Taking aoootmt of the dependexce of the constant lattice upon the
crystal measurements leads. when oceputing surface energy of a rinite
crystal, to small neglectable corrections. There are I figure and
6 referenoess 2 of wtdch are Slavic.
Siberian PbpioalToohnical Institute, Towsk (Sibirskiy fiziko
tekhnioheskiy institut, Tomsk)
July 10. 1956
Libma of Consress
AUTHORS: Konusov, V. F. and Medvinskiy, A. A. SOV/1395842/30
TITILE: "'On the ~_n_f_1_u_en__&6 of a Crystal'Boundary on its Structure
(0 vliyanii ogranichennosti kristalla na3ego strukturu)
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Vysshikh Ucheb kh Zavedeniy, Fizika,
1958, Nr 4, pp 1928 (USSRF
ABSTRACT: The calculation of surface tensions in ionic solids
involves:
(i) calculating the force between opposite quadrants in
the crystal;
(ii) calculating the interactions arising from surface
dipoles.
Thedominant forces between atoms can be represented by
the following rtentials:
(1) Coulomb r 6
(2) Van der Waals r 9
(3) shortrange repulsion or overlap r
Surface ftwcas can influence the crystal structure if the
crystal is small enough, i.e. contains a relatively
small number of unit cells. In general the influence of
the surface forces is such as to minimize the quadrupole
Cardl/2 moments,, however*there are 'second order' effects
SOV/5859,510674
Translation from. Referativnyy Zhurnal Fizika, 1959, Nr 5, Pp 115  116 (USSR)
AUTHOR: Konusov, V.P.
TITLE, on the Theory of the Equation of State and Mechanical Properties of
Hexagonal Crystals
PERIODICAL% Tr. Sibirsk. fiz.tekhn, inta, 1958, Nr 36, pp 89  162
ABSTRACT. A study of the properties of the hexagonal closepacked lattice (L) led
to some qualitative results pertaining to the temperature dependence of
the mechanical properties of L. In particular, it was established that
the ratio of the height of the elementary prism to the shortest distance
in the plane of the base of this prism practically does not depend on
the temperature. In addition, it was shown that the character of the
breakdown of L under the influence of external stresses depends sub
stantially on the temperature. However, the results obtained do not
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SOV/58 59715353
Translation from: Referativnyy Zhurnal Fizika, 1959, Nr 7, P 107 (USSR)
AUTHOR: Koriusov, V.F.
TITLE: On the Theory of the Stability and Mechanical Properties of Hexagonal
Lattices. Iol
PERIODICAL: Tr. $ibirsk. fiz.tekhn. inta, 1958, Nr 36, Pp 103  117
ABSTRACT: The author studied the mechanical properties of free hexagonal lattices
by the methods of crystallattice theory. He reports on the research
method and provides calculation formulae. He examines the stability of
hexagonal lattices. He solves equations of equilibrium for a monatomic
closepacked hexagonal lattice. He calculates all the basic quantities
that characterize the lattice: the energy, moduli of elasticity, etc.
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W 67185
SOV/5859715354
On the Theory of the Stability and Mechanical Properties of Hexagonal Lattices. II.
natures of the breakdown  in particular the appearance of internal displacements in q1
hexagonal lattices upon breakdown. Such displacements do not occur In the case of
cubic.lattices. (Bee.abstr, 15353,for the lst part).
The authorts r6s=6
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ZHDANOV. V.A.: KONUSOV, V.F.
momm
Theory of the structure of binary crystals. Izv.vys.uaheb.zav.;
fiz. no.3:4554 '59. (Milu 12:10)
1. Sibirskly fisikotakhnicheekly institut pri Tomakom gosuni
veraltete iment V.V.Ku7byabova.
(crystals)
;ACCESSION NR: AP4041856 S/0139/64/000/003/OlSl/OIS7 I
~AUTHORS: Zhdanov, V. A.; Konusov, V. F,
.:.TITLE: On the theory of binding forces in metals
SOURCE: IVUZ. Fizika, no. 3, 1964, 151157
;:TOPIC TAGS: binding energy, metal physical property, thermomechani~ I
cal treatment, metallic crystal lattice
pression is obtained in the stat
ABSTRACT: A general ex istical ap
proximation for the binding energy in a metal. It is necessary to
resort to this approximation because strictly rigorous quantitative.1
deduction on the binding forces of metals cannot be obtained by
mechanical meanae The expression obtained has a simple
quantunt
physical meaning and at the same time describes the features of the
forces inspecific metals. Some data on mechanical and thermo
mechanical properties of metals can be derived by making use of ex
ic:
,rd
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iperiffiental data in conjunction with this expression. It is shown
that the binding energy consists of the following: 1) Electrostatic
energy of a system consisting of pointlike positive charges in
sites of the crystal lattice, and acompensating negative charge
!distributed with constant density; 2) energy dependent on the volume
Hof the lattice unit cell; 3) energy of the type of the paired central'
11interaction. Shortcomings of some.other approximations are discussed
In the general case the binding energy in the metal cannot be reduced';
to an energy of only paired and central interactions. The features
of the metallic bond in concrete metals are determinedboth by the
!relative value of these individual parts of the binding energy, and
by their concrete functional forms. Orig. art. has: 1 figure and
!18 formulas.
ASSOCIATION: Sibirskiy fizikotekhnicheskiy institut pri Tomskom
s
gosuniversitete imeni V. V. Kuyby*sheva (Siberian Physicotechnical
~Institute at the Tomsk State University)
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KONUSIOV. VIF
Use of Wald's method in calculatlnS ,ho rk.,alcvib suu,3 of' a
body( entered orthorhombla laitica. lzv. vy. tichrb. P42*,.
no4tll,31.18 164 " .: R 1718)
1. Slbl.rskiy fiz!kotekbnlches*lkiy irnt'tut. pri. tcnskom goau
darstvamom universitete ImLTi Fire
rj~ 6a.
SOURCE: IVTJZ. Fizika, no. 4, 1964, 133137
TOPIC TAGS: binding enerogy, alkali metal, alkaline earth metal,
crystal lattice construction, quantum statistics
ABSTPACT: In order to estimate the relative role of the terms con
stituting the binding energy of metals and al,kalineeazth metals,
the, author, continuing earlier work (with V. A. Zhdancv, Izky. vuzov
SSSR, Fizika, no. 3, 151, 1964), calculates the binding energy and
th~_ 1tt _i ce constants of: alkali and alkalineearth ri.etp_!~; for the
S. cal Thomas
PermiDirac model with the Wiuner correlation
'orEection. The Na, K, Rh, Cs
_bLndiacj ner are calculated for
e., _q_jiga.
and the alkalineearth metals Mg,'~.qa4 ~Lr~, wrid Ba1 The results ob
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italned in the present article a4ree worse with the experimental data'!
.than the results of P. Goirbas (Die statistische Theorie des Atoms
und i1ire Anwendungen, Springer, Vienna, 1949). It is concluded that
althouah the Gombas calculations are also very urude, the reason
for the better accuracy obtained by his method is the fact that he
formerly introduced the Fermi potential, and not because he used a
Oetter approximation. The author concludes that his results can be
improved by introducing the socalled quantum corrections (D. A.
Kirzhnits, ZhETF, v. 32, 115, 1957). Orig. art. has 21 formulas
,and 1 table.
;ASSOCIATION: Sibirskiy fizikotekhnicheskiy institut pri Tomskom
gosuniversitete imeni V. V. Kuyby*sheva (Siberian Ph~ ~technical
Institute at the Tomak State University)
SUBMITTED: 22Mar63 ENCL: 00
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XONUSCAg V.F.
Bindtng forces in metals. Part 1. Izv. vys. wheb, zav.j fiz,
8 no,,.'.s232t 46. (MIRA 18sl2)
Sltirskly rimiko.takhnicheakiy Institut imeni V.D. Kusnetsova.
Submitted January 25, 1964.
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AUTHOR: Konueov,  F.i BogTEMM E, A. 4j
TITLE: Binding energy and elastic moduli of alk1 ine metals
SOURCE: IM Fizika., no. 4, 1965, 134139 16
TOPIC TAGS: alkali metal rgy,
electron density,, nuclear binding ene crystal lat
tice parameterp Hartree Fock method
ABSTRACT: The authors present a method of calculating the binding energy in
alkaline metals, using a method in which the statistical approximatioli is regarded
as a zeroth approximation of the singleelectron approximation,, the latter being
represented in the form of an expansion in powers of Planckta constant h. Under
such an assumption, the enera of the sTst," cza te repTesezted u a certuaim f=a
tional of the density of the electrons cox,mising the rystem, to that the bindi:Z
energy, the lattice constants., and the elastic moduli of the alklin metals can
be calculated by using this functional. The singleelectron functions used in the
calculations are obtained by the HartreeFock selfconsiatent field method. The
results are found to be In good agreement vith experiment. acwp&rison of theory
with experiment is given for Nas K8 Rbp and Co. Orig. art. has: 22 formulas and
1 table.
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:(Siberian ftsicotechacal InstituteL
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!~ITTHOR: Konumov, V. Assistant
TITLE: Dependence of the Accuracy of the Elements of a Traverse
on Its Form
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchabnykh zavedeniy. Geodeziya i
aerofotos"yemka, ig6o, No. 2, PP 311
TEXT: In the paper under review, the author investigates the influence
of the form of a traverse upon the accuracy of its angles and coordinate
points. Especially, the accuracy of such traverses is treated, which
consists of two rectilinear branches with broken middle section, Fig. 1
shove the possibilities of representing a traverse by means of a straight
line, a curve, or a closed line. According 0to Fig. 2 these traverses,
which symmetrically enclose an angle of 45 , hold a special position.
A number of parameters can be expressed by this symmetry in terms of
sin2 a1 and C082 a2 Fig. 3 shows the error distribution for a straight
line traverse, where the angle T  00 , while Fig 4 renders the error dis
Dependence of the Accuracy of the Elements 9/15 6010001021011018
of a Traverse on Its Form B012YB123
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tribution for a centrally broken traverse with the angle (I  90 . Table I
gives comparative values for the accuracy of the elements of a traverse
with forms shown in Figs. 5, 6, and 7. Table 2 gives comparative values
for the accuracy of straight line traverses as well as centrally broken
traverses (~  4,50) for the form shown in Fig. 8. The author draws the fol
lowing conclusions: 1) The geometric form and the precalculated inaccuracy
of traverses do not always determine their quality with respect to the
accuracy of the position of a point at their weakest part. 2) A straight
line traverse between fixed points is not always the most accurate one
as compared, under equal conditions, to broken traverses resting on the
same Points. 3) The question of the most suitable points has to be ans
wered on the basis of the formula given in this paper. 4) The middle is
not always the weakest point of a single traverse. In some broken tra
verses the middle coordinate points are more accurately determined than
those coordinate points located at a distance of 1/3 to 1/4 of the tra
verse length calculated from its end 5) BY increasing the precision of
angular measurements in broken traverses along with accurate ranging it
is possible to reduce the influence of systematic errors of linear measure
ments on the accuracy of the position of traverse points. There are'
KOWUSOV, V.G., asplrant
Effect of systematic errors in linear measurements an the
accuracy of adjusted elements of a polygonal triverse. Ivi.
vys. ucheb. zav.; geed. i aeref. no.2:5764 161. (MIRA 14:6)
1. Novosibirsk'Ly inzhenernestreitellnyy institut imeni
V.V. Kuytysheva.
(Traverses(ilurveying))
S/035/62./000/008/P83/090
.AOOI/AlOl
AUTHOR: Konusov,~ V. 'G.
TITLE: Theeffect of errors in initial data on the precision of adjusted
elements of a polygonometric traverse
PERTODICAL: ReferativAyy zhurnal, Astronomiya i Geodbziya, no. 8, 1962, 29,
abstract 8G2);6 ("Tr. Novosib. inta inzh. geod., aerof6tos"Yemki I
kartogr.",,1961, v. 14, 71  80)
TEXT: The effect bf initial data is investigated on the basis of 1. Ye.
Pr6isPranevich's'theori ("Sb. no. 5 Tsentr. n.I. inta geod., aerosoyemki i
kartogr.", 1939). Formulap are derived for preliminary calculation of longitudi
nal and transverse errors of point k+l, caused by errors in the direction of the.
final (relative to the initial) adjacent line and In the position of the final
(relative to the initial) adjacent point. The theory considered Is applied to In
vestigati6n of symmetric traverses consisting of two rectilinear branches with
a break inbetween.
V., B.
[Abstracter's note: Complete translation]
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WNUSOVV V.G.J. aspirant
Correspondence in the accuracy of angular and linear polygonometric
measurements. Izv. vyz.ucheb. zav.;geod* i aerofo no,2:57& 162o
(KM
15:9)
1, Novosibirskiy inzhenernostroitellnyy institut imeni V,V*
Kvqbyaheva.
(Traverses (3m m ying)) (Errores Theory of)
KC
NUSOVA, G. !.
IlFrojections for Flwsicogeoqraphical Ilaps of the USSR." Cand Tech Sci, Moscmi
Inst of Engineers of Geodesy, Aerial Photography, and Cartography, 3 Dec 54. (VM,
0
23 11ov 54)
Survey of Scientific and Technical Dissertations Defended at USSR Higher
Educational Institutions (11)
SO: Sm.'. 110. 521, 2 Jun 55
3.5 2 5 1
3/035/62/000/002/035/052
o o o 3 1327, AOO1/AlO1
AUTHOR: Konusova, 0. 1.
TITLE: Notes to the Gauss theory of projections
PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Astronomiya i Geodeziya, no. 2, 1962, 20,
abstract 20131 ("Tr. Novosib. inta Inzh. geod., aerofotost'yemki
1 kartogr.", 1961, v. 14, 119123)
TEXT: The author points out the inaccuracy which is committed when power
series are used In the theory of conformal mapping (in particular, in Gausst
projection). The Gauss projection Is described by'the equation
dX MIX I d4X
X+J X 1�
X + ly lap?L2, F
dq
rAe where
n
X  Jim 'E I #"X q..
nt dq4
0
The inaccuracy of using (1) consists in discarding the remainder of the series.
Thereby the. projection which is actually obtained becomes no more a conformal
one. For example, when six terms of series (1) are considered, distortion of
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ZNAMENSKY, Ye.B.; KONUSQU,3[.L; KRINBERG, I.A.; POPOLITC1, E.I.;
FLKROVA, J.V.; TSYKHMKIY, V.D.
Distribution of titanium, niobiump and tantalum in granitoids
containing sphenes. Geokhimiia no.9:80MO5 162.
(MIRA 15.11)
1. Institute of Geochemistry, Siberian Branch of the
Acadenry of U.S.S.R., Irkutsk.
(Geochemistry)
TILTLE'. Possibitiv of deferminingSmall. amounti~_ of tanWum in racks by photometric
means
SOU, RC E: AN SSSR. Sibirskoye otdelenlye. Jzvest~ya. Seriya Uimichesidkh nauk, no. 1,
1965, 133135
TOPIC TAGS: taataLua_determ1naUon, minoral malysis, photometric ancdysis, dbnethyl
auorone, phenylarsonic acid
ABSTRACT: SmU amounts of Ltnlxlum were determined in rocks in the presence of large
;f titaruium (Ti:Ta>>100G) ky Lneans or the dimetbvlf
Munroro mi.thod~ phenylarsonic
i s t:( 1 to s epar j te tan Wum I mm the r o c' a, id 1 01,e11'. 0 11, Ih e c I iea 
1 5n V tory
I re eni I Loy e( he scpar~tion of a is f1d1v ~S
m L; d uLermined
wGxe obLahied even at hight Ti contouLs =
ncpw~lhie syezute, loucocratic syeuiLe,
as bioutes and zircol)F'.
i ) *,' A S.C, 1: i
"H,~urrilouE composiUous, The seulsilivity 0 "V eio t
1 UL' 13' g. LyowerTu contents (do~v4:WZ,x 105,)%) 4may be de=y1niaed oy increasing the.,
Fd.
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XONUSPAYEVA, U. S., 1,1ITHOrANOV., V. N., KAPERNALWOVA, N. P., T1XTKOLYUBOV&, G. B.,
RUSANOV) R. S.Y11SHU11 1. V., YAKOVLIV, L. k.,2, KUKHARKOVA , T
.1 L L.,3, FRE=LIN, TZ. M.,
PEOVA, P. V., ILIYASHE.YO, M. A.,4PKRASILNIKOV, R. I., FITINGOF, S. N,5,
(1 Junior Scientific Workers), (2 Professors), 0 Director of the Laboratory of
Microbiology and Veterinary Sanitary inspection of V111:111TCAllUnion Scientific
Research Institute of the Meat Industry)., (4 'Candidates of Veterinary Sciences),
(5 Senior Scientific Workers.)
"Sanitary Appraisal of Mutton from Sheep Infected by Brucellosis.11
Veterinariya Vol. 38., no. 11, November 1961., P. 60
I
SHUR, I.V., prof.; YAKOVIXV, L.A., prof*; KUKHARKOVA, L.L.; FREYDLIN, YeeMe.
kand. vaterin. nauk; PEROVA, P.V.,, kand, vetorin, nauk; IL'YASH21KO,,
M.A., kand. vaterin. nauk; KRASILINIKOV, R.I., starshiy nauabnyy
sotrudnik; FITINGCF, S.N.; starshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; TRUDOLYUBOVA,
G.B., mlr'ihiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; RUSANOV, R.S., mladshiy nauchnyy
sotrudnil ; ~_ONIUaFA=, IE~& sotrudnik;
JVJ., mladshiy nauc
MITROFATTC.', idadshiy nFLuclmyy sotrudnik; KAPEIDTAUMOVA.. N.P.p
mladshiy naucbnyy sotrudnik~
Sanitary evaluatim of meat from sheep with brucellosis. Vete
rinariia, 38 no.41:6065 N 161 (MIR& 18:1)
1. Rukovoditell laboratorii mikrobiologii i vaterinarnosanitarnoy
ekspertizy Yeasoyuznogo nauchnoissledovatellskogo instituta myasnoy
promyshlennosti (for Kukharkova).
KUKHARKOVA, L.L., starshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; FREYDLIN, Ye.M., kand.veter.
nauk; PEROVA, P.V.; ILIYASHENKO, M.A.; TRUDOLYUBOVA, G.B., mladshiy
nauchnyy sotrudnik; PLOTNIKOV, V.I.; KRASILINIEOV, R.I., starshiy
nauchnyy sotrudniki FJMGQV*.~3.N~,starshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik;
RUSANOV., R.S., m1adshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; KONUSFAYEVA, U.S.,
aladshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; Prinimali uchastiye: YAKOVLEV, L.A.9
prof.; MITROFANOV, V.N.
Sanitary evaluation of the meat of sheep affected with brucellosis.
Trudy VNIIHP no.14.8795 162. (MIRA 16:8)
1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchnoissledovatel'skiy institut myasnoy
promyshlennosti (for Kukharkova, Freydlin, Perova, Illyasheako,
Trudolyubova, Plotnikov). 2. Kazakhskiy filial Viesoyuznogo
nauchnoissledovatellskogo instituta myasnoy promyshlennosti
(for Krasillnikov, Fitingov, Rusanov, Konuspayeva).
3. Saratovskiy zooveterinarnyy institut (for Yakovlev). 4. Sara
tovskaya oblastnaya veterinarnaya bakteriologicheskaya laboratoriya
(for Mitrofanov).
(Meat inspection) (Brucellosis in sheep)
vll '.7
HJVIASI[K. ladvik, Prof. Dr.;WMZlK, Miloslav. Dr.*KONVALIML P&Yel Dr
Surgloal treatuout of utorino A vaginal proiapse. Gask. gyn. 22[361
no*6:417428 sept 57s
1. 1. por. a gyn* klialks Nasarykovy university v Brno, predsomts prot,
Dr. In4vik HLvlasek.
(umus. die.
I prolapse. gurg. (Cs))
(VAOIM, dis.
prolapse. surg. (Gs))
KOWALINA;, Pavel, ustavni anestesiolog
Blocking, local W general anesthesia in gynecological and
obpta%rical surget.0 Cask. gyn.,26[401 no.6:473477 &861.
1
1. 1.gyn..por. klin. U73vP v Brne, prednonta prof. MUDr. Ludvik
Havla sek. (GYNECOLOGY surg.) (ANBSTHMIA OBSTETRICAL)
,
'frinsnortaluion n,!rvict~ in Ot~,.cks ,. L.1. CAJ, j&Aa, Vol. I), ,D. 7, ulalY
1
U54, i3porrad, YLq?,oslaiiia)
Sur: "Iontnly liot )f 1~ast Euiropean Accessi,)ns, L11, Vol. )j, no. 1
&Ln. 1955, Uncl.
KOU'VALI"NKA, S,
Dr. Metcd Mikuz I s 3urvey of the Development of the National Liberat.4 on War in Slovenia,
I; a book review. p. 292.
(GUSNI~, Vol. 11, No. 3, 174ar. 1957)
SO: Mfonthly List of East European Accessions (EEkL) LC Vol. 6, No. 12, Dec. 1957
Uncl.
YEGOROV, B.G.1 SHLYKOV, A,A.; KONVALOV, A.N., SERBINENKO, F.A.
Diagnosis and method of surgical treatment of aneurysm of the
brain. Vest. AM SSSR 16 no.10:1.125 161. WIPA 14: U)
(INTRACRANIAL ANEURMS) (ANGIOGRAPHY)
KONV.I,CKA,.,Oldrich,, (~r.. Inz., CSc.
Results of tests on sensibility of some plant varieties to
radiation. Root vyroba 9 no. 9:989994 S 163
KOMIICKA. Oldrich, inz. dr. CSc.; HOSEK, Karel, inz.
Some present problems of genetics and breeding in Czechoslovakia.
Vest ust zemedel 11 no.6:243248 164.
1. Radiobiological Department of the Institute of Experikaenlal
Botany, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague.
~, dr. inz. CSc.
KqV~7tlA, OlLrLc
Sensitiveness of asparagus (Asparagus offic4nalis L.) and
Galtonia (Galtonia candicans L.) to gamma rAiation. Rost
vyroba 11 no.2:181188 F 165.
Mutation of cabbage (Brassica olnracea L. var. capitata)
without any wax cover (hoariness) and its utilization. Ibid.
189194
1. Department of Hadiobiology of the Institute of Experimental
Botany of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, PragueVokovice,
Ul. K9 dvoru 16. Submitted September 6, 1962.
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ti, Bohumii 'cc t )r) KonvIcnf, Josef (Engineer,
Professor, Engineer,
TITIZ, Compayison of calculation methodz 'j3ed lo,
pressures with data obtained by 16looming mill. measurements
IMURI dno. ia, 1964, 858864
CE: Ifutnicke listY,
TOPIC TAGS: metal rolling, pressure Measurement, carbon steel
i~bsraot juttiors' English summary_7: A Systematic moasurement
1 4
011 roliing pressures was made to secitre data a!,owing evalua
",on o' various calculation methods and the ies. Pres
ir accurac.
1 7,, 7us were made
asaremients between rolls of a di~anetar .1
.olling of" low carbon steel blooms at tem;p,~rarures of
2100C; the rolls were revolving at a riv~,IP~n speod of
1 cu a t o d t i n n s d e 
rrni. Rolling pressures werc ca
d. Calikov, Sims, Elcelund, Geloji, and uations
1/2
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CO MICL: CO
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AUTFOR: I I d 0_0V/1C758` 1 111 2/4G
TITLE: With Our Friends Abroad (U nashikh zarubezhnykh druzey)
The AllPolish Competitions for Radio Operators (Obshchepoll
skiye sorevnovaniya rndistov)
PERIODICAL: Radio, 1958, Nr 11, P 14 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: The author describes the Second AllPolish COMDetitions for
HighSpeed Radio Operators organized by the League of Soldieis,
Friends. Radio operators from various governmental and mili
tary organizations also took part besides members of radio
clubs.
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AUTHOR: Bakradze, R.V.; Sysoyev, L.A.; Rayskin, E.K.; Norivistar, L,V.
ORG: none
TlTLE: Possibility of obtaining homogeneous CdStype single crystals of predetermined
structure and orientation [Paper presented at the Third Conference on Crystal Growing
held in Moscow from 18 to 25 November, 19631
SOURCE: AN SSSR. Institut kristallograf if. Rost kristallov, v. 6, 1965, 261 266
TOPIC TAGS: single crystal growing, cadmium sulfide, zinc sulfide, cadmium selenide,
etched crystal
1 ABSTRACT 'nic paper describes an experimental study of the relationship between
a
_vpd compounds with a wurtzite lattice
the polarity of the structure of AHBVIt the
Pow1h, of 1' 9tals of a predetermined oi~eritation. The polarity of structul  )ZdS
i Cdse';'Itnd~ZnS hexagonal single crystald W'" studied by chernical etching, in vvbfjt~'
difierent e0i~,aits were sefecteFtiFi5i'different crysUdlographic planes. Tbe character
istics oi the dtching process whichwere observed were due to the nature of the c iemic
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PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/5604
Atroshchenko, Vasiliy Ivanovich, Iosif Illich Gellperin, Anatoliv Petrovich Zasorin.,
Viktor'Ivanovich Konvisar, Antonina Yakovlevna Kraymyaya, Agnessa. Grigorlyowna.
Leybush., and AnismTuRFoDfovich Yastrobenetakiy
Matody raschetov po tekhnologii xvyazannogo axota (Computational Methods in the
Technology of Gombined Nitrogen) Kharikov, Izdvo Kharlkovalcogo univ., 1960.
302 p. 5,000 copies printed.
Ed.'(Title page)z V.I. Atroshchanko; Ed.: D.A.Vaynberg; Tech. Ed.t V.S.
Zadorozhnyy.
PURPOSE: This textbook is intended for graduate students in chemical te6hnology
institutes, and may allo be used by engineering and technical personnel of the
chemical industry.
COVERAGEt The book describes computational methods used in the industrial produc
tion of hydrogen, nitrogen., synthetic ammonia, urea, nitric acid, and methanol.
Problems in the refining of natural gas are also reviewed. The computations
involve im4terial* and'heat'.'baliknc6s; and, the determination of
Card:tV;5
Computational Methods (Cont.)
SOV/5604
dimensions of equipment and its designp based on equations of chemical reactions
and thermodynamic computations of.possible yields or reaction rates per as,
Equations and formulas for determining reaction rates are also given. Plant out
putsp flow sheets, and technical characteristics are included. The supplement
includes an equilibrium state (vapor phase) diagram of a nitrogenoxygen systemi
entropy diagrams for ammonia, air, nitrogenp and oxygen; graphs of heat capacity,
viscosityp and heat conductance vs. temperature (0 3500 0 for nitrogenhydro
gen.q nia mixtures at P = 300 atm; a viscosity yo. petcpntage.co#6oitjcn_j;raph
Of CO + H2 mixture at 50  4000 C; diagrams Of CH4P C021 C01 Np, and.H .2 solubility In
CE301.1 at 300 stm and 25* C1 a compressibility coefficient vs. temperature
(25  2500 0 graph of CO + 2 H2 mixtures at 250 and 300 atm; a nomogram of
physical constants; enthalpy vs. temperature diagrams for alcoholsp olefins and
methanol; and tables of rate constantep partial pressures, heat contents of so
lutions, viscosities of gases, average molecular heat capacities of various gas
es and vapors at different pressures, rate constants of the oxidation of
nitric oxide by oxygen at different temperatures., ate. The authors are affili
ated with the M='XoLVAk%Ypolit*khnicheskiy institut imeni V.I. Lenina (Kharlkov
Polytechnic Institut imani V.I. Lenin) and the Goaudaratvannyy inatitut azotnoy
Car4_?a
7 73 J.
5. 111.0, 5. 21100 soV/8033')6
Atroshchenko, V. I. , Konvisar, V. I. , Kovdysh, Ye.
AUTHORS:
Concerning the Efficiency of NItvogerl OxJde Absovptlon
I
TITLE : in Bubble Plate Columns
PERIODICAL: Zhurnal pritcladnoy khImii, 1960, Vol 33, Nr 23, pp
'289295 (USSH)
ABSTRACT: The rate of formation of diluted nitric acid Is governed
chiefly by the reactions of' NO o4ld.ation and the ab
sorption of' NO, thus formed. In dez~,~Igrilnr, btibblueap
and sieve plate absorption columns, 'Chef oxidation uf NO
and the composition of the nitrogen oxides is determined
for each successive plate. The rate of N02 absorption and
the amount of nitric acid formed is then calculated from
the equation of equilibrium and tile experimentai value of
the plate efficiency. The present study deals with the
determination of the plate efficiency which is a function
Card 1/4 of several variables:
Concerning the Efficiency of Nitrogen Oxide 776~i
Absorption in Bubble Plate Columns 50V/80__;~326/52
C1('~IINO,? P, t. 10, h), M
Card 2/4
where cHN03 is the acid concentration (in % based orl
weight); t is the tempevature of the acid (in 0 c);
P is the pressuve (it] atll); 11 is tile distance between
the Plates (in m), W Is the gas velocity (In m/sec).
The study was made in a column consisting of cylin
drical sections of various lengths from which collimns
with various distances between the plates were as
sembled. Plots of the plate efficiencies C against the
acid concentration at Various pressures and plates
distances, In conjunction with data on C values at
various gas velocities and acid concentrations (supplied
by the Lisichansk Branch of the State Institute of
Nitrogen Industry and tile Central Taboratory of' LKhK)
allowed for establishing the empirical equations (5) and
(10):
K_~0.0071+2to4. p_0.01.r:).W. (5)
''oncerning the Efficiency of Nitrogen Oxide 77631 326/52
Absorption in Bubble Plate Columns SOV/8033
'::ivd 3/11
where K Is the coefficient expressing the change of C
for 1% change of acid concentration:
C=0.3+Mcj1ri0,+00G4j P'"+
+0.067h0.00210.43w, (W)
where 0.3 Is a constant f'or a given plate construction and
initial gas composition. Preliminary calculations of the
values of C by means of the above equations showed that
they can be used successfully in designing absorption
columns for the production of weak nitric acid. The fol
lowing workers of the TsZ1 LKhK (Abstracters 's note:
Presumably stands for the Central Factory Laboratory of the
Lisichansk Chemical Combinate) took part in the study: M.
T. Ivakhnenko, A. N. Berezhnaya, N. A. Rassypkina, Z. A.
Makarova, A. N. Lyashenko, N. S. Bezperstova, N. N. Nikol
ayeva, and K. A. Dubenko. There are 6 figures; 3 tables;
and 10 references, 1 U.S., 2 U.K., .1 Polish, 6 Soviet.
The U.S. and U.K. references are: K. G. Denbigh, A. J.
Prince, J. Chem. Soc., 6, 79o (19470; P. G. Caundl, K. G.
Denbigh, Trans. Faraday Soc., 49, 1, 39 (1953); T. S.
Chambevs, T. K. Sherwood, Ind. Eng. Chem., 29, 12, 1515
F 
'oncerning the Efficiency of Nitrogen Oxide
U
'ibsorption in Bubble Plate Columns
(1937).
~ UBMITTED: June 23, 1959
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A' OSHCHENKOY V.` IVAMNENKO, M." .;
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','~,udying ~hq dn,"fl platnts for the ubsorpt'.on of r~',rcgen otides.
Kli~in. prorm. 42 tio.9i678680 s 165. (M:RA 18ig)
Khar'jtov5k'v politekhnlrhc!!k'4 linatitu" imeiii, Lentna 1
nat.
ATROSHCHENKOJ. Vasiliy Ivanovich; ALEKSEYEV, Arkadiy Mefodiyevich;
ZASORUT, Anatoliy Petrovich; KIRILLOV, Ivan Petrovich;
KONVISAR, Viktor Ivanovich, YASTREBENETSKIY, Anisim
R~idoillfovich; WEDENSKIY, P.L. prof., retsenzent;
VAIUMOV, M.L., prof.., retsenzent; BAZILYANSKAYA, I.L.,
red.; TROFDIENKO, A.S., tekhn. red.
(Technology of combined nitrogen] Tekhnologiia sviazannogo
azota (By] V.I.Atroshchanko i dr. Khar1kov, Izdvo Kharl
kovskogo univ. 1962. 322 p. (MIRA 17:1)
K0N,VL:,',AR()V, V.,
ROJO Of V13ual aids in tne educational process.
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GULIDA. M. V., kand. Med. na uk ~ Lqli' V.jT. Zt_
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NALWY, M.N.; TUSHKWICK, M.O., rodalctor; GMVICH. R.N., namchnyy
redektor; XCIMSM, TI.I., rodaktor.
U~unnel ovens for brickmaking] Tunnellnys pechl klrpichhol pro
aqehlennosti. Moskva. Goo. Isdvo litry po stroit. materialan,
1933. 150 (MIRA 7:7)
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KOME NT, H.
Some remarks on the asymptotic behavior ofthe electronphoton cascade for
large depth of the absorber. p. 191.
(ACTA PHYSICA FOLONICA' Vol. 15, no 3. 1956, Poland)
t
SO: Monthly List of East European Accessions (EEAL) Lc. vol. 6, no. 6, June 1957, Uncl.
JASKIEWICZ, A.; KONWENT, H.
Dipole patterns in orthorhombic and trigonal phases of
ABO Bubstance. Act& physic& Pol 25 no. 4043550 Ap 164.
1. Institute of Experimental Physics, University,liroclaw
(for Jaskiewicz). 2. Institute of Theoretical PhjFBics,
Universityt Wroclaw (for Konwent).
ths ck~.run,l 1"n"iI IS lilt 111c
tj rehx4d encrZy f 'ht Pbetonl L4 htght, zn~,' ~T
~IecLmfm thelt the no d L% V~ter "har, the
rcgi,zc,,d jlt~,:iwni bind m
.TASKIEWICZ, A.;JQ~WT, H.
Forroolectrio and antiferroelectrie arrangements in FeroveUtetvre
aubstances. Bul Ac Pol mat 8 no.lOt699702 160.
1. Department of Experimental Physics, University, Wroelav, and
Department of Theoretical Physics, University, Wroclav. Presented by
W. Rubinowics.
(Blectricity)
23023
P/045/61/020/004/001/004
~1 33/B"05
AUTHORS.: Jas'kiewicz, A., ~onwent,'H.
TITLE: Dipole arrangement in'perovskitetype ferroelectrics
P171IODICAL: Acta Physica Polonica, v. 20, ho. 4,' 1061, 281288
TEXT: The authors were concerned'with the ferroelectric behavior of cry
stals having the chemical composition ABO at low temperatures. In this
3 1
formula, A indicates mono or divalent metal, and B a tetra or penta
,valent one. According io Venevcev and Zhdanov (Veneveev, Yu.. N. and
Zhdanov, G. S., Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR, Ser. 'Liz., 20, 178 (1956))i both
A and B may give rise to ferroelectricity as a result of~ their displacement
in the crystal lattice. The aim of the present paper was to investigate
the case where only the B ion is ferroelectrically active. Piekara
(Piekara, A., Proc. Conf Phys. in Spara p. 268 (1954)).has shown that in
itubic 6lementary, cells (;~ig. 1), there are potential ba;irieirs U between th6
center of the cell.and the O,ions.of type 1, 04" As long as the tempera
,ture is higher than U/~, th6 B ion oscillates about thk center; at lower
Card 1/5
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P/045/61/020/004/001/004'
Di:pole arrangement in B133/B205
aA and a0 deno'te the ionic polarizabilities.of thb ions A and 0, respec
Al
tively, and p is the xcomponent ofthe dipole moment induced in ion Al.
x
The field of the induced*dipoles determines the direction inwhich the
B ion is displaced in the neighboring elementary cells and, consequently,
also the ferroelectric or antiferroelectric behaVior of the crystal. In
further considerations, the influence of the field is taken into acc6~znt
only for those cells which have a face in common with the initial cell,
The total electric field at the center.ofcells I and 2 is given by
Ex(l)=E(')=O, Ex= 256'0+2 512 mA fil, (9),
Y 27 3)
0
and the total eledtric field at the center of cells 3, 4, 5, and 6 is
V(s) 64 MO I M" (13)
Ex(3).E,(') 0. j x as
Card 3/5
6,
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P/045/61/020/004/001/004
Dipole arrangement in ... B133/B205
J. Mazur, F. Inst. P., Head of the Lowtemperature Laboratory, Institute
of Physics, Polish Academy of Science. There are 3 figures and 5 referen
ces: 2 Sovietbloc and 3 nonSovietbloc. The three references to
Englishlanguage publications read as follows Kinase, W., Progr. theor.
Phys., j1p 529 (1955); Mason, W. P., and Matthias, B. T., Phys. Rev.,
1622 (1948); Slater, J. C., Phys. Rev., 18, 748 (1950).
ASSOCIATION: Institute of Experimental Physics, Wroclaw University,
Wroc!raw, Institute of Theoretical Physics, Wroclaw University,
Wroclaw.
SUBMITTED: September 7, 1960.
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JASKIIWICZ, A.; E!t Z H.
Dipole array of ferroelectrically at.tive Aions in ABOrsubstances.
Bul Ac Pol mat $ no.72553556 161,
1. Institute of Experimental physics, University, Wroclaw, and
.. 'i Institute of Theoretical Physics, University , Wroclaw.
Presented tF W. Rubinowicz.
KOMWERSKA, K.; MARKOWSKI, A.
Natural gas in households as a source of saving in the national economy. P, III
PRZEGLA,D TECHNICZITY. (Naczelna Organizacja Techniczna)
'4arszawa, Poland
Vol. 80, no. 17, Apr. 1959
Monthly Idst of East European Acessions Index, (EEAI), W, Vol. 8, no. *
June 1959
Uncl.
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