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LATER, N.V.; SEREDEINKO, M.M.; KOGANOVSKAYA, M.M.; TURANOV, V.V.; - OtCHINSKAYA, A.Z. Changes in hemodynamics in old age in hypoxia. Vop. geron. i geriat. 4:54-59 165. (MIRA 18:5) 1. Institut fiziologii imeni Bogomolltsa AN UkrSSR, Kiyev. SOV/75-13-4-3/29 AUTHORS: Poluektov, V. S., Kononenko, L. I., Lauer, R. S. TITLE: Photometric Determination of Tantalum, Y~`r'on, Indium, and Rhenium in Extracts (Ekstraktsionno-fotometricheskoye opredeleniye tantala, bora, indiya i reniya) PERIODICAL: Zhurnal analiticheskoy khimii,1958,Vol.13,Nr 4,PP.396-401(ussi) ABSTRACT: Recently suggested methods for the determination of a series of metals are based on the photometric determination of color- ed extracts An Me.X M (A- organic dye; Me - metal to be deter- mined; X - halogen). These extracts contain the metal to be determined as salt of a complex halogen acid with a basic dye. The same dye is a suitable reagent for a number of metals, thr necessary selectivity is obtained by selection of the halogen, the acidity of the solution and other reaction conditions. When elaborating new extraction-photometric methods, the ex- isting parallels between the extractability of simple or com- plex halogen acids according to the oxonium-mechanism (Ref 8) and that of salts of organic bases have to be considered. Thus the complex chlorides of mttals which can be extracted as salts Card 1/4 of organic bases are extracted by diethyl ether or other oxy- SOV/75-13-4-3/29 Photometric Determination of Tantalum, Boron, Indium, and Rhenium in "Extracts gen containing solvents, whereas simple or complex acids of elements vhich can be extracted according to the oxonium- mechanism are also extracted by solvents that do not contain an organically bound oxygen (arsonium-compounds). For elements, the acids of which can be extracted according to the oxonium- mechanism or as salts of arsonium-compounds, conditions can be found under which the same acids can also be extracted as salts of organic dye bases. Acids which are difficult to extract ac- cording to the oxonium-mechanism can, however, not be extracted by dyes. Thus As(III), Sb(III), Ge(IV), Te(IV), and other sub- stances which can be extracted by diethyl ether from a hydro- chloric solution (Ref 14) cannot be extracted by benzene as salts of rhodamine under similar conditions. This is due to the fact that the concentratlon of the rhodamine base is much lower than the concentration which can be attained with the solvent in the extraction according to the oxonium-mechanism. In order to demonstrate their line of thought, the authors elaborated new extraction-photometric methods for determining tantalum, boron, indium, and rhenium, Tantalum and boron are extracted by benzene in the prcsence of hydrofluoric acid as salts of Card 2/4 the methyl violet; the determination of the colored solutions 1 6 SOV/75-13-4-3/29 Photometric Determination of Tantalum, Boron,-Indium, and Rhenium in Extracts after the extraction was carried out on photoelectric colori- meters of the type 19 K-14. Indium can be extracted in the pre- sence of hydrobromic acid as salt of the rhodamine C by benzene; and rhenium can be extracted by ethyl acetate from a neutral so- lution as a per-rhenate of methyl violet. The determination of the colored solutions of both of these elements was carried out on "Pulfrichl'-photometers. The procedure used in these four de- terminations is described in detdil and-a list of interfering foreign ions and errors of determinatibn is given. There are 3 figures, 6 tables, and 21 references, 5 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Institut obshchey i neorganicheskoy khimii AN USSR, la.boratorii v g. Odesse (Institute of General and Inorganic ChemistryAS Ukr ' - SSR, Odessa Laboratories) SUBMITTED: March 4, 1957 Card 3/4 SOV/75-13-4-3/29 rhotometric Determination of Tantalum, Borofiq Indium: and Rhenium in Extracts 1. Boron-Determination 2. Ihditm-Determination 3. Rheni*n--Determination 4. Tantalum--Determination 5. Dyes-Applications 6. Halogens-Applications 7. Photometry--Applications Card 4/4 5(2) SOV/32-25-11-2/71 AUTHORS: Lauer, R, S., Poluektov, 11. S. TITLE: Microvolumetric Chromatographic Method for the Determination of Individual Elements of Rare Earths in Their Mixtures (Mikroobl-yemnyy khromatograficheskiy metod opredeleniya individuallnykh redkozemelInykh elementov v ikh smesi) PERIODICAL: Zavodskaya Laboratoriya, 1959, Vol 255 Nr 4, pp 391-396 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Subsequent to preliminary investigations a method was worked out which is based on a paper chromatography of a rhodanide-contain- ing acetone.-ether mixture. The chromatogram (Figure) shows that the elements are arranged by asoending atomic indices, the Rf- value being slightly dependent on the working time, temperature, and other factors (Table 1 shows the Rf-values of some rare earths). The position of individual elements is fixed by wetting with a urotropin-containing alcoholic alizarin solution. The volumetric microdetermination of individual elements is done complexometrically with the indicator arsenazo (Refs 5,30). By the described method, a determination of lanthanum Table 2), of some preparations with 2-3 elements of rare earths ~Table 4), Card '1112 and of artificial mixtures of oxides of the elements of rare BOV/32-25-4-2/71 Microvolumetric Chromatographic Method for the Determination of Indiv--duall Elements of Rare Earths in Their Mixtures earths (Table 5) was carried out, and the sensitivity of the method was established with 1-2% R 20 3in the mixture. A list of the necessary reagents and devices is given as well as a descrip- tion of the course of analysis, and a table of the conversion factors from La203 to oxides of other rare earths (Table 3). There are 1 figure, r tables, and 31 references, 12 of which are Soviet.- ASSOCIATION: Laboratoriya Instituta obshchey i neorganicheskoy khimii Akademii nauk USSR (Laboratory of the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences,UkrSSR) Card 2/12 5 (2) MIMS.: -1_,auer, 11* 5*., oluektoy, 9. S.. BOV/32-25-8-3/44 TITLE.: "talum impurities in Zirconium, Hafniumg and Determination of T Robium PERIODICAL: Zavodskaya laboratoriyal 1959P Vol 25# Nr 8, PP 903 - 905 ABSTRACT: The-authors axid L."I, Kononenko (Aef 1).applied a method for the det.ermination of tantalum,(I)iin-the metals zirconium (II), hafnium (III), and,.niobium .(IV) which is based on the fact that (I) can be.4eteiminod photometrically--quantitatively by the oploring of the benzene extract of ;fluortantalate of methyl (M). This determination is not disturbed by (II), (III), viblet - and small..quantit~es of (1). It was established that the most complete extraction of (1) is achieved at a Oe3 n concentration of hydrofluoric acid with benzene, with the addition of 0.04% of (M) andat pH 2-3- (11) is not extracted and the small . quantities of simultaneously extracted.(IV) can be re-extracted with 0-3 n h7drofluoric acid which contains (M). At the re.- extraction a small quantity of (I) is also extracted (Table 1) and this fact has taken into consideration when plotting Card 1/2 the calculation diagram. The article,cont'ain's two processes of Determinat ibn of"Tantalum Impurities-in Zirconium, SOV/3245-8-3A4 Hafnium, and Niobium analysis for (II) and (III)'and for (IV). Three samples of metallic (II), one of (III) and two of (IV) were analyzed ac- cording to the described method (Table,2).j at these processes (I) was added to,the solved-samples (Table 3)~ The sensitivity of the (I)-d6terminafion.'is stated to be' 2-5;10-4% for (II) and-(III),, and 541 0-2% for (IV). There are 3,tables and I Boviet-reference. - AS9,OCIATION4- Laboratoriya Xnatituta obahchey i*neorganichookoy khimii Akademii,nauk USSR (Laboratory of*tWe'Institute of General Chemistry of the Acadetay of Sciences, Ukr$SR). Card 0 INN A Jx go ~1 : IS I 4" m Ht H!J1pJ 1,411 HS. A y1 Ii i1. a, igala I I I Iva Wall M 10 1! 0 .1 .1.4 g a 1- -.110 I oil jai JH C A I, fill 42 TO! LAUER, R. S. Cand Chem Sci.- (diss) I'Determination of individual rare-earth elements by the method of distkibuted paper chromatography." Odessa, 1961. 14 pp; (Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialist Education Ukrainian SSR, Odessa State Univ imeni 1. 1. Mechnikov); .260.copies; price not given; list of author's works on pp 13-14 (10.entries); (KL, 10-61 sup, 207) .LAUER R. S.; FOLUEKTOV, N. S., doktor khim. naulc Determination of the.hafniim oxide content of a mixture of 21rconium and hafnium oxides based on the measurement of the intensity of beta rays. Khim. promAUkr.) no*-1:76-79 Js,-Mr 162. (MIRA 15: 10) 1. Institut obshchey.i neorganicheskoy khimii AN UkrSSR (labora- torii, v Odesse). (Hafnium oxide) (Zirconium oxide) (Beta rays) KONONENKO, L.I.; LAUER R S ; POLUMTOV, N.S. Extraction-fluorimetric determination of europium and terbium. Zhur. anal.khim. 18 no.12:1468-1474 D 163. (MIRA 17:4) 1. Institut obsbehey i neorganicheskoy khimii AN UkrSSR, Laboratorii v Odesse. AccEssioN NR: Ap4o14222 S1007516410191902.1019910201 7 AUTHOR* Poluektov, N. S. __~~Uerl R- S_ :TITLE: Zone location of certain individual rare earth elements on a :paper chromatogram t:80URGE; Zhurnal analiti-cheskoy-khIsdi, v~ 19, noo. 2, 1964, 199-201 DIMpplex fluorescence, chromato, TOPIC."TAGS: chromatography, rare earth c4 gram zone location, samarium, europium, tdrbium, lanthanium, lutecium,,' yttrium, detection, 8 hydroxyquinoline complex., phenthroline complex .-ABSTRACT: The fluorescence of organic reagent-rare earth complex com-!;~ pounds has been shown to be suitable for selectively determining the zone location of certain individual rare earths (La, SM, DA, 70, Lu, Y) on a chromatogram after chromatographic separation of their mix- .-.tures. Selective detection of Sm, Eu and Th has been effected for ..8M with phenthroline and phenoyltrifluoracetone or dibenzoylsethane, -DA with phenthroline and dibenzoy1methane, and Th.with acetylacetone.~ :La, Lu and Y can be detected as a group with 8-hydivVqulnoline or X/2. ACCESSION NR; AP4033702 S/0073/64/030/004/0390/0395 r M. A.; Iaue R. S.; Poiuektov, N. s. TITIM. Separation of rare earth elements intO'subgroUps with the aid of eupferron. i, SOURCE: Ukxainskiy kbimicheakiy zhumalo v. 30.- no. 4, 1964.- 390-395 TOPIC TAGS: rare earth element, separation p rare earth subgroup, cerium subgroup., yttrium subgroup., polar organic solve#p nonpolar solvent, cupferron, rare earth cupferronate, solubility ABSTRACT: Experiments were run to determine to what extent the solubility properties of the rare earth cupferronates may be ureci in separatlus tbem :Lnto the cem-lum and yttrium subgroups; (The yttrium subgroxm. cupferronates are readily soluble in polar organic solvent alcohols, esters., ketones) vhile the cerium subgroup cupferronates precipitate in these solvents soon after their extraction. Little separation is effected in nonpolar solvents. The oupferronates are most, soluble in cyclohexamone, only slig~2tly less soluble in cyclohexanol.. ethylacetate and isoamyl alcohol. The solubility of the yttrium, subgroup elements (Y, Dy, Ho., Er.. Yb) is approximate3,v the same.. In the cerium subgroup solubility increases C,rd 1-ACCESSIM NR-.-AP4033702 with Increase in atomic number: Sm is more soluble than lid, Ce, or La. The solubility of La cupferronate Is 50-275 times less than that of the yttrium cup- ferronates, of Sm, onlY 5-7-21 times less. Heating the cupferron-containing solvent causes some of the Y subgroup elements to precipitate; best separation results are obtained at room temperature. The relative solubilities of the Y and Ce cupferronates In these solvents provide a rapid methocl for the approximate separation of the rare earth elements into subgroups. Orig. art. has: 5 tables. ASSOCIATION: Institut obehabey I aeorganich~skoy Ichlyn' ' AN UkrSSR laboratorii v Odesse (Init'itute of General ahd Inorganic ChemistryAN UkrSSRd&ssa labora-t-dry) SUMMED: 27Jul62 DATE AN: 06%klay& ENCL: 00 SM CODE: GO NO MW SOV: 003 OTMM: 005 -2/2 TISHCHENKOJ, M.A.; ~ ~UE POLUEKTOV, N.S. Extraction of mandelic acid salts of rare-earth elements by butanol. Zhur.nerog.khim. 10 no.8sl925-1928 Ag 165. (MIRA 19t1) 1. Institut obshchey i neorganicheskoy khImii. AN Ukr6SR, laboratorii v Odesse. Submitted April 12', 1963. ACC NRi AP6013883 CODE; UR/0073/65/031/011/1189/1197 AUTHOR: Mishchenko, V. T.; Lauer, R. S.; Yefryushina, N. P.; Poluektov, N. S. 6RG: Odessa Laboratories, Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, AN UkrSSR (Institut obshchey i neorganicheskoy Midi AN UKrSSR, Laboratorii v Odesse) TITLE: Absorption-spectrophotometric deternination of.rare earth elements in tri- butyl phosphate extracts V~ SOURCE: Ukrainskiy khimicheskiy zhurnal, v. 31, no. 11, 1965, 1189-1197 TOPIC TAGS: rare earth element, spectrophotometric analysis, phosphate, solvent ex- traction oaovt'Rouy~~ ~ CLkNSoVVk*V0A Sr_0_AVVVVN ABSTRACT: The object of the study was to work out a rapid and convenient method of determining rare earth elements directly in tributyl phosphate and its solutions, fol- lowing the separation of mixtiwes of rare earth elements by this extracting agent. To this end, t'he absorption spectra of tributyl phosphate complexes of Pr, Nd, Sm, Eu, Gd Dy, Ho, Er, and Yb were investigated. It was found that during complexing in tributyl phosphate solutions, most of the absorption band maxima are displaced toward longer wavelengths by 1 to 10 mp. A shift of certain ab-,orption peaks toward shorter wave- lengths, e. g., that of Eu, is also observed. At the same time, the peak height of many absorption bands frequently increases by a factor of 1.1-3.5 and more. The con- 1/2 UDC: 546o65:535.243:541.49 L 30244-66 ACC NR: AP6013883 ditions for the deterinination of Pr, Nd, Sm, Ho, and Er in a mixture of rare earth elements of'the cerium and yttrium subgroups in tributyl phosphate were established: (a) in concentrated solutions of rare earth elements (up to 130 mg/ml based on the oxide) and W when the concentrated solutions were diluted both by tributyl phosphate itself and other solvents. The sensitivity of the method is (in mg/mi based on the oxide): for neodymium, 0.03; holmium and erbium, 0.04; praseodymium, 0.06, and sama- rium, 0.18 for a cell length of 2 cm. Orig. art. has: 10 figures, 4 tables. SUB CODE: 07/ SUBM DATE: llJun64/ ORIG mrs. 006/ OTH REF: 004 Card 212 L h72o4-66 zr, (m) /Ejp (j) am SOURCE CODEt 60~166__Iffi_l 6~_ ACC NR. ipki~f~i CN) 6C /iMVIMC ~. e . AUTHOR: JAuerp R. S.; Yofryushchinag 11. P.' Poluoktovp K. S. OZ.' Odessa laborato'r6cles Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistryp Academy of I. Scietcesp. Ukrainian SSi~ TI,-a-bo-r-a-t-o-r--ii--v-bFess-op Institut obohohey :1 noorgardehaskoy 1: kbimii Akademii nauk.Ukrainskoy SSR) TITLEs Comolexes of rare earth elemee.81,4th ascorbic acid SOURCE: Zhurnal neorganicheskoy khim:Lij, v. lip noL 8, 1966# 1883-1886 TOPIC TAGS1 ascorbic acid,, rare earth compounr17 spac4t-opho-lorne~t-jc, -ilo-lys/s" ABSTRACTt Complexes formed by rare earth elements with ascorbic acid in aqueous solu-.! tions were studied spectrophotometrically and potentiometrically and also by separat- I ing the complexes in solid form and analyzing ahem chemically. Complex formation be- gins at PH> 3, reaches a maximum around PH 6, and remains constant up to PH 6.5-6 7 The complexes have the composition Ya:ascorbia acid = Iti. The apparent constants 0~ formation undergo little change from one rare earth element to the next and are sm indicating a low stability of the comploxes. Data on isomolar series, potentiometric, titration and ana2,vs:Ls of the solid complexes lead to the formula MO(C6~06)-2H20 fori their composition. Boiling of the rare earth salts in the presence of a ar~e excess of ascorbic acid (5% solution) precipitates elements of the cerium subgroup la, Cap P~rp NO at PH 4-10 (most completely at pH 6-6-5), while elements of the yttrium sub- Cord 1/2 UDCt r)+7.475.2, L h72o4-66 ACC NR: Ap6o27191 group r0mainJa solution. Samarium and gadolinium form turbid solutions which filter poorly at pH 6-8. The completeness of precipitation of complexes with-,the cerium sulal group elements varies$ it Is greatest for Ia (97%) and dirdnehes toward Nd (67%). Orig. art. has: 3 figures and 2 tables. SUB coos 07/ SLW DATE: 27NOV64/ ORIG REFS 003 fv L .07924-67_EWT_(mM 24011al_ M: "" AP603-03136 SOURCE CODE: UR/0075/66/021/008/101811020 -;,7 AUTHOR, Kirillov, A. .1. Lauer, R. S.; Polucktov, N. S. ..rtqs,_1nqti ute of General and Inorganic Chemistry AN ORG: OdessaLaborato. t -,UkrS,;z-.ii-,~uuj.ctt.o,,~ii.v,Odesse, InstitutaobshcheyineorganicheskoykhimiiAN TITI-M: Fluorim'etric determination of yttrium in a mixture of rare earths after their separation by piper- chromatpAEaphy Zhurnal analiticheskoy ki1 -1020 SOURCE:' imii,V 21, no. 8, 1966, 1018 TOPIC TAGS: rare earth, chromatography, paper chromatography, yttrium, yttrium determination, yttriurn nitrate, fluorimetric method, fluorimetry ABSTRACT: A rapid fluorimetric method has been developed for the semiquantita- tive determination of.yttrium in chromatographic zones after separation of rare earths by means of partition paper chromatography.. The yttrium content is evaluat- ed by the direct fluorimetry of the part of the chromatogram where the yttrium zone is located after the chromatogram has been treated by a phenyl salicylate solution.. The method has been checked on neodymium nitrate solutions (25 mg/ml) containing Card 1/2 UDC: 543.544 -L,.-M924-67 ACC NR- AP60-33386 various amounts of yttrium nitrate. The fluorescence intensity is directly propor- tional to the yttrium content in the zone if the total amount is not more than 4-4. 5 /tg. The least determ'inable amount is 0. 5/,4g of yttrium. Orig. art. has: 1 figure and 1 table. jAuthors Iabstract] SUB CODE:. 07 SUBM DATE: l6Jul65j ORIGREF: 0051 OTHREF: 003/ 2/2 SHAPOVALEMM, A.G.; LATjjR, V.V., KRASOVSKIY, Ye.F. Poenibility of using sampled data speed control for irduction motors powered by an independent generator of commenourable-Power. Izv. KPI 26:283-290 '57. (MMA 11:6) 1*Kafedra alaktrifikataii promyghlennykh predpriyatiy Kiyevskogo politakhnichaskogo instituta. (Electric motoraq Induction.) (Automatic control) KRA OVSKIY, Ye.P., kand. tekhn. nauk; LAUER, V.V., A.G. inzh.; SHAPOVAIMMO, Alternating-current time relay usiug a magnetic amplifier. Izv. vys. ucbeb,' zav.; energ. no. 1:59-64 Ja 159. ~ (MIRA 11:7) 1. Kiyevskiy ordena Lenina politakhnicbeekiy institut. (Electric relays) (Magnetic amplifiers) AUTHORS: Y,_-_a_=cv_='kyy5 E,,P., Laue- I TITLE: Use rd Pulse C-.lntrol to Produce Mctf~:_;- Dr-*~,-es (Zasbos,,ivannya mato,yu ner2zhannva n:i-zlkykh z asinkhrormymy dv7g-L~nany) 1-02--58-1-8/12 WL-and Shapovalenk~o; O.G. Lew Speeds in impul^,sncgo upravlinnya z shvydkostey v -_Lekt_ropryvodakh PERIODICAL: Avtomatika (Myev), 1958* Nr ls PP 75 -- 84(iJkrainlan SSR) ABSTRACT: The ad,.-antages of this system when the time bpent a:-, low speeds I's short (cheapness, simplicity) are pointed ou',- and two ner -,irsuitu-s using polarised relays on three-p-hast-1- aircuit-s ar4~~ given. The time for which it is peTmissible tro operate the metcz in this way increases with the moment of inart.-1a cf the system (referred to the motor shaft). The speed --an be -,raried from 0.04 to 0.20 of the syjac-hronous speed, the speed-load chara-,::teristic being very flat. A mctor with a phase-fed rotor is, of course,. required; in this case, deriva4-live (velociiy) feedback can be effe-ted by using the baok-e.m.f. cf the rotor, no tachometer being needed. The motor d.s ~,.-aused to an.celerate and decelerate by clos-ing and -k1V 1460 x.p.m. motor has operrung the rotor circuit. A 39 1 been used to test the cir(,uits; at a mean speed of 90 r.p.m.t the fluot--ua4%--.icns were + ~O r.p.m., with a referred monment of *; - i Card 1/2-ne- t-; a :~f 400 - 800 k'F1_M 102-58-1-8/12 Use cf Pulae Ccntro -I to Produce Low Speeds in lncht~-' Ura- Nctcr Drives There a~~e 6 figiares and 2 Soviet references, ASSOCIATION: Kykvz'kyy ordena Lenina politekhn-4chnyy instytut (ya,7. v Ordv,'--!, 6f L--nin P0'lYt-echY;--**,-til ,e SUBMITTED. February 2?, 1957 Card 2/2 8(2) SOV/107-58-12-40/55 AUTHORS: Krasovskiy, Ye. hapovalenko, A. TITLE: Voltage Indicators for Autotransformers (Indikatory napryazheniya dlya avtotrans- formatorov) PERIODICAL: Radio, 1958, Nr 12, p 43 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The authors describe two simple voltage in- dicator circuits for autotransformers for controlling the voltage supply of television sets and radios. The first one (Figure la) contains two filament lamps switched in to the input of the transformer, one (Ll) di- rectly and the other ( L2 ) through the re- sistance R. This indicator works on the principle of the considerable dependance of the filament lamp luminous flux on the cur- rent flowing through it. Experiments have shown that this indicator can regulate a Card 112 voltage with an accuracy of +3 to -5%. In SOV/107-58-12-40/55 Voltage Indicators for Autotransformers the second indicator (Figure 16) a choke DR. (with a steel core without an ni-r -ap), a capacitor C and a filament tube L con- nected to part of the autotransfoi.Lner winding, CD are used. At a nominal voltage, automatic oscillations are present in the indicator, which make the lamp flicker; if the voltage is higher than the nominal it burns without flickering and'if it is lower than nominal it does not light up at all. The indicator has an accuracy of plus or minus There are 2 circuit diagrams. Card 2/2 JgL IL VOW WWI P, P, LADERMAN, J. Fundamentals of cybernetics. p. 120. ZELEZNICAR. (Ministerstvo dopravy) Praha, Czechoslovakia, No. 5, May 1959 Monthly List of Fast European Accessions (EEAI) LC, Vol. 8, No. 7, July 1959 UNICL LAUEAW111, Jaros:L&v Te--hnical motion pictxzres on water conservation problems. Sklar a kerami 14 no.12:344 D 164. LAUERYANN, -Lev, inz. , arch. The let International CoWess on Prekabricatiois and Exhibition of Prefabricated Siewnts. Poz stavby 10 no.12:677-679 D 162. ~11111 1 6 1 0 11 U 11 4 r A it F a aI a I it r A 00 00 11 U, to V a It w j0 A a A v a 0 inia Motawlials. OW. Lilly M Al JIM. 80 sw,roritin obtainvil Imm horn xpkm millsiow 31% .valml re, rmbined with albumin, A "Bar Prod 01114 - wi frm the liver CM1411*4 18% Of Fc- - I' pmpd. from the hiond rodtained 8% Of Fe =1 James Mumb cm,biwd with albumin. r4 xa 11 41 0 IM I*J illio 00 1-00 -00 age coo 000 coo X00 300 00 1j, 9-1- ur, woo woe* - .40 4.1 SUM Iplij 11 0 0" b AV 10 -is V JIU Aft A $ill 060 **'OWN 11 a 0 2 1 v p ~ 0 0 0 V 0 00 o 0 v a q 0 * 0 q 0 0 :: : : : 00 IAlFiBFMFR V. Vyznam fysi.-Angickych antigenu The imp,-~rtance of r ysiolog-,ical antgens Casopis Lekaru Ceskych, Prague (Czechos] vakia) 191,7, 86/1 (10-11) The possibilities of i-mrunological analysis :-,f the arrangement of antigens on the 0 surface of human red blood corDuscles are discussed. If it were possible to liberate the antigen into solution, and if it were possible to analyse it chemically, one could calculate the number of ro2ecules of antibody necessary for minimal or maximal ,agglutination. From this it should be possible to calculate how many molecules of antigen there are on the surface of a red cell. If this could be dcne for many different antigens present on the red cells, it might be possible''to develop a theory of the mutual arrangement of different antigens on the surface -.f the red cell, Md thus arrive at a T:nre complete picture of human types of blood. Traub-Brooklyn So: Medical Microbiology and Hygiene, Section IV, Vol. I, #1_6 Lau4aroer V.Z.Fysiologicheho Usta-.u Leh--.rsIce Falculty Karlovy University v zivot~ich rrvku v tele The importance of trace elements in the body Sbornik Lekarsk-j 19482 50/1 (15-22) Tables I Ferritin, a crystal2izable protein containing 20 per cent of iron, discovered by the author in the year 1937, is probably not the only molecule acting in the body as a ~storage molecule, for the author has succeeded in preparing protein n;xture frov. horse liver, which contained more than a hundred tines more copt-er than ur,,is ,found in original, liver "issue. 1.11 the elements -,existing in living tissues have been arranged in a periodical chart of elements as proposed by W. Luder. All bioelements fall into remarkable regular rows. F?ant Hora-Brno So: Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmac logy, Section II., Vol. I, j1-6 LAMERM Y. 845.. LAUFBERGER V. Predstavolve podmAene odpovedi Conditioned reflexes based on imagination 16asopis akaiu tceaVch, Prague 19.49,. 88/38 (1113-1117) Graphs 3 The author found that block of the alpha rhythm appears if the subject imagines a burning eleD:tric bulb. The visualization can be provoked by a command or bya. meaningless syllable. This proves that the blocking of the alpha rhythm is not the result of an optic phenamenon, i.e. a reaction to the light, but is a psychic one. The author then developed in the subject a conditioned reflex in which a certain syllable., after being often repeated.with the visualization of the-bulb, evoked by itself the block of the alpha rhythm. This means that the conditioned response may be elicited by a visualized unconditioned stimulus. Jiuout - Prague So. NEUROLOGY & PSYCHIATRY Section VITI Vol. 3 1 Jan-Jun 1950 Excepta Medics, LAMFMRGHR, . V,..-~ 1. Preparation for Science. Chekh. (SICINCE, Czech. organization of the Czechoslovakian Acade=7 of fiziol. 1 no.3:175-177 Sept 52. Acad. of Science) IAU M RGERP Vilem, Prof. dr. .. I Review of history of the Czech physiology. Cas.lek.ceek. 91 no.17: 501-505 25 Apr 52. (pm'lAT.OGY, history, in Czech.) LAUFBERGER, Mem, Prof., dr. Vectomyograpbic method of investigation of -Dalpebral reflex. Cas. lek. cesk. 91 no.24-25:711-713 20 June 52. 1. Z fysiologIckebo ustav-u Karlovy university v Fraze. ("MELIDS, physiology, palpebral reflex, vectomyograpbic investigation) (RMEX. palpebral, vectomyographic investigation) LWFMM, - V. Wc&damtk Opening of the institute of physiology of the Czechoslovakian Ac&dwW of Science. Chekbe fiziol, 3 no.1:1-3 195U. (PHYSIOLOGY1 An Czech., institute of physiol. of Czacho Acad. of Science) LLITMGER, V. ------- "M*0220~~, Adaptation and reaction. Chekh. fistol. 3 no.4:376-381 1954. (MIRMWNT, adaptation & reaction of organism) LAUFBERGER, Vilem -4"kQWMdMWAWOW"b9W Spatiocardiograpby. Cbekh. fiziol. 4 no.4:357-36.5 1955. 1. Laboratory of higber nervous activity; CzacboBlovak AcadenV of Sciences, Prague. (VEDTOCARDIOGRAPHY, spatial) v,-4UFBFJMR, Vilem ~--- Action and synthesis of inaulin; discussion. Cask. f7siol- 5 no.4: 495-497 1956. (Imnu. aff. of synthesis (Cz)) L&MERGRR, Villgel'=, akademik. ..a-""9mx t, Spatial cardiography. Hauka i zhisn' 23 no.2:50-52 7 '56. KU 9:5) 1. Vitae-prezident Chokhoolovatakoy Akademii nauk. (Chachoolovakia--Vectoreardiography) IA Pol,vrheograph. ciFsT% 6 no.2:21-i-217 1957. 1. laborator grafi~~17ch -~-rsetrovacich method ntha4cmi- ved. ar nd In-stmment.- (EL.7,G'T-IOPHvSI0LOGY, apn atuq p (Oz)) I LAUFSERGER, V. .L&MERrUIR The Pol.:~rheograph. ftsiol. bohem. 6 no.2:246-250 1957. 1. Iaboratory of Graphical Diagnostic Methods, Czechoslovak Acadeqr of Science, Prague. (PI3THfSMOGRIPIrI polyrheograpby, appar. & technio) LIMBERGER, V. "Determination of the rate of excitability." p. 178. CESKOSLOVENSKA PYSIOLOGIE. Praha, Czechoslovakia, Vol. 7, no. 3. May 1958. Yonthly List of East Hwopean Accessions (EEAI), LC, Vol. 8. No. 8, August, 1959. Uncl. LAUFT'1,',RGFRj V "Use of apparatus in physiology; a contribution to M. Petran's ur-ticle." CESKOSLOVEENISKA FYSIOLOGIE, Praha, Czechoslovakia, Vol. 7, no. 4, July 1953 Monthly list of East Europe Accessions (EEAI), LC, Vol. 8, No. 6, Sept 59 Unclas LOTBMIM Vilem. aWamik 7ron the experiment to the code. Cesk-.fysiole 9 no.3:215-2i6 Y7 l6o. (PErSICLOGT) LAUFBERGER,, Vilem .. . ..... . Determination of the electrical center of the heart. Cas. lek. cesk. 101 no.24/25.-762-768 22 Je 162. 1. Laborator grafickych vysetiovacich metod CSAV, Praha, prednosta akademik V. laufberger. (HEART physiol) IAUYBIMGNROVA, D. . 0 ~ Biometrics of Lassius flavas Fabr. Biol.listY 30 no.4:233-239 15 Mr 149. (CUL 19:2) .I LAUFBIMGROVA, D. Typoprobits. Biol.listY 31 no-3-4:197-206 Jan 51. (CLML 20:5) h yalwonk add. 161. DvkWy Akad. Nosok 23"2(fo 5U.-Imullation of wins. of by- Uronic AC14 (sp. viwowdel I.b-I 1,01 by means of a quarts mp for I-W min, Intervals at 2-9 leads to 2"1% de. reape of viscosity drpendine on tadistion doMV, fly- I lutonate lows its ability to form inucinlike ppts. on treat- ent with proteins acid ackliticat ion to pff 4.5. Theprvxl- ctsatr still attachLed by hyaluronidaw, *hIch, incidentally. s, not activated by radiation, but Is actually repressed in its 6vity. The low of visexidlY upon Irradlatitm is rsumi by 301ftvt action of light cut the hraturonIr *(*I. G. M. K. :7 N.L U-UFFR, -A. -L., KASAVINk, 9. S., RIKIMM, A. I., and ZENKFNICH, G. D. (U-SR) "The Changes in Correlation of the Components of Enzyme-Substrate Systems with Different ?hases of Bons Regeneration." Report presented at the 5th International Biochemistry Congress, moscow, 10-16 Aug 1961 XASAVINA, B.S.; LAUFER, A.L.; PDZIHARIYSKAYA, L.S.; RYNDINA, V.P. Occurrence of collagenase in animal tissues. Dokl. AN SSSR 142 no.3:706-708 Ja 162. (1111RA 15-1) 1. TSentral'nyy institut travmatologii i ortopedii i Vsesoyuznyy naucbno-issledovatellskiy institut nyasnoy provWshlennosti. Predstavleno akademikon A.I.Oparinym. (COLLAGENASE) POGOSOVA) A.V.- RMANOVA, L.S.; KASAVINA, B.S.-_LAUFER A.L. Change In protein fractions and intensity of the synthesis of muscle :6roteins when the muscle defect has been substituted with liaphilized minced muscle tissue and protein praparations. Ekspera, khir. i anest. 8 no.30,146 ltr~!JO63 (14TRA 17:1) 1. Iz lastituta khirargii imeni A.V. Vishnevskogo (dir. -dey- stvite'linyy chlen AMN SSSR prof, A.A. Vishnevskiy) AMN SSSR i Institutatravmatologii i ortopodii Ministerstva zdravookhra- neniya~SM. KASAVINA, B.S.; ZENKKVICH, G.D.; RIKHTER, A.I.; LAUFER$- A.L.; LIRTSMAN, V.M.; MARKOVA, O.N.;'Prinimali uchastiyes AREnt 4.-xi-ArxPOVA, N.A.; SMIRNOVA, G.V.- Some enzyme-substrate systems in the process of regeneration of the bony tissue. Eksper. khir.'i anest. 7 no-4356-63 JI-Ag 1612 (NIRA 17t;) 1. Iz biokhimighaskoy laboratorii (zav. - doktor biolog. nauk B.S.Y)asavina) TSentrallnogo instituta, travmatologii i ortopedii (dir,,- doktor med. nauk M.V.Volkov) Ministerstva zdravookhraneniya SSSR i kafedry gistologii (zav. - j5rof. L.I.Falin) Moskovskogo meditsinskogo stomatologicheskogo instituta. SIBELEVA, K.F.; ZENKEVICII, G.D.;_ LAU KR, A.L. Mucopolysaccharides. and collagen in human keloids. Vop. wad. khim. 11 no-4:55-60 Jl-Ag 165. (MIRA 18-8) 1. Kafedra chelyustno-litsevoy khirurgil TSentrallnogo instituta uBovershenstvovaniya vrachey i TSentrallnyy nauchno-issledovateliskiy institut travmatologii i ortopedii, Moskva. .. LAUPERP A. P. 3506. LAUFER, A.P. Doloproizvodstvo t,-~lkhozftkh. Yersv&n, 1954. 140s. 200m (GIav, Upr. Podgotovki Kadrov H-Va Sellskogo Ehozyttystva SWR. Vse*soyuz. Zaoch, Uchetnyye Kusy VZUK) 1,500 ekz. Bespl.-Na Arm. Ymz.- (54-57460) 651:338.1 k SO: Knizhnaya IAtopist, Vol. 3, 1955 IAUnR,. A.P.- TOKAREVA, M., red.; ANOPOLISKIY. Ya., 7 (BUSinaBS correspondence for collective farms] Delopr012vodstvo v kolkh02akh. Moskva, Upravlenie podgotovki kadrov M-va cellkhoz. SOR, 1957. 110 P- (MIRA 11;2) (Commercial correspondence) (Collective farms) IAUMI M, J~rimary acute and chronic osteomyelitis. Acta chir. orthop. av~rjxmft. esch. 18 noo.3-4:94-114, 1951; (CLML 21:1) 1. Of the Seconcl Clinic of Orthopedic and Pediatric Surgery of Charles University* Prague (He&d -- P~rof. 0. HneArovskv). ILAUM, R. Preliminary report on the effpct of local cooling on spastic con- ditions. Acta chir.orthop.tram.cech. 18 no.5-7:194-199 1951. (CUM 21:1) 1. Of the Second Orthopedic and Children's Surgery Clinic of Charles University. Prague (Head--Pr6f.O.Hnevkovsk7,M.D.). L AV Z 2 "A'case"of Dupuytrens contracture of all four limbs." p. 46-6. (CA307,TS LE-f,,RU CESH-10H, Vol. 9Z, no. 17, Apr. 1953, Praha.) SO: Monthly List n-7 East European Accessiono, Vol'. 2, /Aq Library of Congress October 1-1,53, 'Jncl. PROGRAZT1, Josef, As.Dr; LAUM, Maxim, Dr t~ireuile osteochondropathy of the epiphysso of the knee joint ant so-called idippathic.genua, valga of preschool children. Act& clEr. orthop. traum. each. 21 no-3:74-83 Ja '54. lf~ Z II. Klinikv pro detakou chirurgil a orthopedii v Praze. Aiodnosta: prof. dr. O.Rnevkovsky. diseases,' *steochondropathv of epiphyses & genu valgam in child.) mume Hot MET* So-ealled amniotic defects, Acts. chir, orthop. traus, each. 21 no.4.* 11117123 Aug. 54. IOIZ II. klimiky pro orthopedickon a detskou chirargii KU.v Praze. Pre&nosta: prof. MUDr O.Eluovkavsky. (ABNCRMITIES, etiology and pathogenesis, amniotic factors) (AMNION, amniotic factor in etiol* of abnormo) Possibility of use of fibrin foam in bone surgery. Acta cbir. ortbop. traum. cecb. 24 no.1:21-26 Jan 57. 1. L Klinika pro detakou orthop. a detskou chirurgii univ. Karlovy. predn. prof. MUSr. 0. Hnovkovsky. (FIBRIN* foam, use in bone aurg.. value (cz)) (BOIRS, surg. use of fibrin foam, value (Cz)) 1. -,,Jj.-4Rraha. 2. Sokolska 66) Shift of the spine in the sagittal plane and ostocchondropatby of the spine; review of symptomatology and therapy of 115 cases. Acta chir. orthon. traum. cech. 26 no.3:169-180 June 59. 1. Falmltni stredisko KUNZ - Praha, ortopedicke oddeleni, prednosta oddel. HUDr. Maxim laufer. (SPINE, die osteoc;ondritio, sympt. & ther. 02)) (OSTEOCHONDRIT11S spine, sympt. & ther. (Gz)) IAUFER, Maxim Considerations on conservative therapy in coxo-arthrosis. Acta chir. orthop.traum.cech. 28 no.5:4"-1+46 0 '61. 1. Ortopedicke oddeleni fakultniho strediska K= Prabi; StredoceslW kraj, prednosta MUDr. Maxim Laufar. (HIP dis) TFZKA~ Vladimir; LAUFEHI-~ Rupture of the plantar aponeurosis, Acta chir. orthop. trauma. Cech, 28 no.2:150-155 Ap 162. 1. Chirurg. odd. polikliniky OUNZ Melnik Ortoped. odd. KUNZ Praha. (FOOT wds & inj) tauf:-er, 1'. V. "On the eni-ineprzLnr,,- calculation of sav Ilooth volta.ce, ssue ;,rli,o sal- tooth cl-wrent. J S'ornil: tru,`ov K-J-mvsk. in-fla k-r.,o-;nzhenerov, e 191X,, p. 7-37. SO; U-3261, 10 April 53, (Lotoi)is 'Zhiu-ral Inyl-11 Statey, 12, !Alc)). LAUFEi, V. Investii', ation of I-lethods of Measuring N'onuniformities ~Ln the 17'bvement of Sound Carriers". Kiev Polytechnic Institute A rpport delivered at a conference on Electro-acoustics held by the Acoustic I Commission, the Acoustic Institute of the Academy of Sciences US"R, and the Kiev Order of Lenin Folytechnic Inst., from 1-5 July 1955 in Kiev. SO: Sum 728, 28 Nov 1955 GMUNI N, V.A. -. TAUFAR, _H - Calculating the output affect of varying-intensity magnetic signals Xauch.dokl.v7s.sbkoIy; radiotekh.i elektron. no.4:227-231 158- (HIRk 12:6) 1. Kafedra akustiki i zvukotekhniki YLiyevskogo politekhnicheskogo instituta. (Magnetic recorders and recording)' E jr v (c 22 AL It Ap.." A. A. It K a A. A. o,.6,-4 Of .-~ n- " -.-~ L A. rq,,IIII, Tftp" owmimm cww.'.~ 12 son AD Ill P.-, At r. An-w Oft- U .. ---k It CI!Xlt" CAMPONNOIbmil"W"bao" Pr-~ it It ry,.-.w BMW (C 10 AO 16 %W=) W-aw a It r--"- A. IM rqs..,, L L ll`-~ 3qw r. A. It R."..w 1. ILA It B...k ............. Raab -4 sloolrual cessudmums 8-12 It, LAMM, M. Ya. Central Inst for the Advanced Train5ng of Physicians LAUFER, M. Ya.- "Axonometry (a new method of quantitative evaluation of an elect- rocardiogram)." Central InstIbr the Advanced Training of Physicians* Moscow., 1956, (DisserLation for the Degree of Candidate in Medical Sciences) SD-.' Knizhnaya letopia's No. 20, 1956 AxOnOmstU of the electrocardiogram in the diagnosis of mitral, defects. )bd.zhur.Uzb. no.12:63-64 D 158. (MIRA 13:7) (MITRAL VALVE-413NORMITINS AND DEFORMITIES) (AXONOMMIC PROJICTION) IAUFER, Nja.~ Some cbaracteriaties of the geograpbical distribution and clinical course of atherosclerosis of the coronary vessels-,in the hot climate of-the Fergana Valley. Kardiologiia 2 no.3:64-70 My-je t62, (MIRA 16a/,) 1. Iz And12hanskoy oblastnoy klinicheskoy bollnitsy (glavnyy vrach I.A.Alimov). (ARGANA-CORONARY VESSEIS--DISEASES) (ARTERIOSCIEROSIS) LAUM, M.Ya. 1, inzh.; FASPMSXAYk, V.X., insh..' I- I- Heat transmission over a hollow cylinder applied to the calcula- tion of radial bearings. Sudostroanie 25 no-1:49-52 11 159. (Bearings (machinery)) (Marine engineering) OaRA 13:4) IAUFER., M.Ya., inzh. Calculating the limiting rha acteristics of the operation of slidinq fri r-tion thrust bearings. Sudostroenie 26 no.-'7(209):25- 29 Y-r I ~0_ ~, ~ (,,MIA 14: 11) k.bearings(Madhinery)) LAUM, H. Ya. (Andithan) Maracteriatics of the distribution of atherosclerosis of the aorta in the hot clinate conditions of the Fergana Valley of the Uzbek sm. Arkii. Pat. no.4:38-42 162. 04M 15:4) 1. Iz Andizhanskoy oblastnoy klinicheskoy bollnitsy (g3.avny7 vrach I. A. Alimov) (FERGANAARTERIOSGIXROSIS) (AORTADISMES) DAVANKOV, A.B.; CHERNOVA, M.A. Synthesis and study of high molecular quaternary amwnium and pyridinium bases soluble in water and organic solvents. Izv. vys. ucbebe zav.; khim. i khim. tekh. 6 no.3.-,479-481+ 163. (MIRA 16:8) 1. Moskovskiy khimiko-tekhnologicheskiy institut imeni D.I. Mendelyeva. (Ammonium compounds) (Pyridinium cornpounds) L 09003-67 MIT (m DJ "UCO' 4"d-16012176 SOURCE CODE: UR/041)/66/000/007/0108/0109 AUTIHOR: Laufer, M. Ya.' ORG: none T-~TLZ': 4 ' urnal boarin \\ for a ship shaft duct with ly~r#4tio Jo . - - N; Ciass 65, IN'o- 1804,95 SOURCE: lzobretehiya, prorWshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyya znztki, no. 7, 1966, log- log TOPIC TAWS: ship conponent, lubrication technique, journal bearing ABSTRACT: This Author Certificate presents a journal bearing ~or a ship shaft 4~Ue~ With lubrication 'by water. The bearing includos-i ffn-ned casing with double: 6 ~ walls fonunc, a notched space fillod with water. This design increases the load capac-Ivy with hoat romoval by natural convection, without increasing the dinon- sions and wei.ght of the bearing. The reliability of the lubrication is also in- cz-easad. A spherical bushing with interconnecting chambers and an eccentric set rigidly on the key of the shaft are mounted inside the bearing casing (see 'Fig. 1). The bushing and eccentric are separated by a spring-loaded baffle auto- Card 1/2 UDC: 629.1.037.5 L 09003-67 ACC M: AP6012176 Fig. 1. 1 - spherical bushing; 2 finned casing; 3 and 4 - interconnecting chambers; 5 eccentric; 6 - spring-loaded baffle; 7 alide valve; 8 check valve A-A -X_ 4. 1.1I'ty .at4 cally ',.he surface of the eccentric. There members together form thr; int,11-.o cavity and discharge cavities of the cooling punp. To regulate auto- i:~at~ically tho dolivery of iatar for lubrication with a change of direction of the 'ation, an slide valve is mounted in tho upper half of the bushing. To -..:,or to the iii cavity by gravi um w- - -by flow with a collapoo of the vacu in C 'j-v tv of the pwrip an emorgonc- c , hock valve is mounted in the lower h~t rm I ~ffurq . 31 ~! t . .4 "hy6z j, 09003-67 Zi,.'T(m) ' DJ !,CC AP6012176 (/V) SOURCE Com-: UR/04l3/66/0Oo/oo7/birjs/blc,9 AUTHOR. -Laufor, M. Ya.* ORG: none TITLE: A Journal boaripa for a ship shaft duot with lgbrAqatiqp~ by a,t Class 65, No - 1800Y SOURCE: Izobrotehiya, promyshlonnyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, no. 7, 1966, 108- 109 TOPIC TAGS: ship component, lubrication technique, journal bearing ADSI'R.A.CT: This Author Certificate presents a journalboaring for a ship shaft duct with lubrication by water. The bearing includes a finned casing with double, forming a notchod space filled with water. This design increases the load U capacity with hoat removal by natural convection, without increasing the dixon- :Aons and weight of the boaring. The reliability of tho lubrication in also in- creaGod. A sphorical bushing with interconnecting chambers and an occontric set rigidly on the key of the shaft are mounted inside the bearing casing (see Fig. 1). The bushing and eccentric are separated by a spring-loaded baffle auto- Card 1/2 UDC: 629.1.037.5 L 09003-.6-7 ACC ka: AP6012176 Fig. 1. 1 - spherical bushing; 2 finned casing; 3 and 4 - interconnecting chambers; 5 - eccentric; 6 - spring-loaded baffle; 7 - slide valve; 8 - check valve natically pressed to the surface of the eccentric. These members together form ~hc intaka cavity and discharge cavities of the cooling punp. To rogulato auto- thr, delivery of wator for lubrication with a change of direction of the i-otation, a slide valve is mountod in the upper half of the bushing. To 6 U I-or to -.he pump cavi-I y by gTavity flow with a collapso of the vacutm in C'%Vi-ir oi L,,n pw--ij) rin pmorgone,~r chock valve is mounted in the lower 3 Y SAMSONOVA, V.S.;*DAVANKOV, A.B.; LAUFER, V.M. F~wificati& and concentration of Clostridium perfringens anatoxin with the use-of NO anion exchange resin. Zhur. mikrobiol., epid. i imm. 41 no. 2t*98-102 F 164. (MIRA 17:9) 1. Institut epidemiologii i mikrobiologii imeni Gamalei AMN SSSR i Moskovskiy khimiko-tekhnologiclieskiy inatitut imeni Mendeleyeva. LF tejous mews in W&Shing waters Pri-Fe"'," f. Wndeleav illlc~w, Z,%~Fj ray___ 12507-=-I5); .46 DAVAKOT. A.B.;. IAUM, k#,. Determining precious metals with ionites. Zav.lab.?-2'no.7:78&-789 1 56. (MLRA 9:12) 1, Koskovekiy ordena Isenina khImiko-tekhnologic~ieski* institut Iment D.I.Mendeleyeva. ( (Ion exchange) /!T--,Xt-rg=ILo-a 0! m~-q- 1 frO.-n LUIIU.StT,ri WHSIt wim J." "11':... cu i'milic reiittt,,~ wvi, t-iie, 0,-~ ,%h, t,4 Au f1wil hilliond. After c-,m6uiu(,n w mc Imin no-ff! iT, liloL-, A 4- r=vtT"d. f1le 1 (pm~ WC.C In-Or d;gllu) ,tsd will) 1-5 hr ., u IM and were Ltirrvd "ith the powd. jc~ins .3 11 aft w4iicti the rc~idue wa, w", ed. ~nj iKni-zed. U C". 311. KO-01"I fy IIU -comy of gold frein soluVous IF mimpa a , I a'". Met r A. 11 DIL.44rlbov ur'd V- hi La Al Fhm., M6, ul ~u 1029--1035, N-0 4~ hydrax yl M, C =WaLte I'-, ~ud haiijiatr 'U, funmE. witb gmn uix* mm.: -Ar - 014 ASG mmi;~ af 9 deenk-LW clf A frorm-7 IQ than doutled ~n re jc4utica !of RAuEC-,), In &U cwes p, _ry imm industriza -t- _rc"tage 7~,,Dve A. I- WAS Propc-,-Uonat~'ly 4 /.? 41* e 4FW I~ - P). DAVANKOV, A.B.; IAUM, V.M. Ion exchange and the dfi~ribtuion of gold ions in resinous absorbents. ?Svet.met.29 no.11:1-6 N '56,. (KLU 10:1) (Ion exchange) (Gold) V//. SOV/ 137-58-8-16648 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1958, Nr 8, p 58 (USSR) AUTHORS: Davankov, A.B., Laufe~~~.~ TITLE: Recovery of Precious Metals by Ion Exchange and Secondary Processes Occurring in Ion Exchangers (Izvlecheniye dragots- C, ennykh metallov s pomoshch'yu ionnogo obmena i vtorichnykh protsessov, osushchestvlyayernykh na ionitakh) PERIODICAL: V sb.: Materialy Soveshchaniya po primeneniyu ionnogo 0 obmena v tsvetn. metallurgii. Moscow, 1957, pp 73-79 ABSTRACT: A device for saving Au from industrial caustic solutions by adsorption on anionite resins of low swelling capacity, porous structure, and fundamental properties favorable both to ion exchange and to adsorption, has been developed and tested suc- cessfully under industrial conditions. Dissociation of such anionites in aqueous solutions with formation of cations of low mobility facilitates coagulation 9,f.,Au and ensures speed and completeness in precipitation thereof on the adsorbent. The resin is separated frorn the solu;ti6kby means of a Nutsche filter. Joint ion exchange and reduction by hydroquinone ,vas Card 1/2 applied to Ag and Au solutions. This significantly increased SOV/ 137-58-8-116648 Recovery of Precious Metals by Ion Exchange (.cont'.) the absorptive capacity of 1114-011 anionite and made it possible to extract up, to 112.876 Ag and 114.6016 Au relative to the weight of dry resin (and this did not even exhaust its absorptive capacity). It proved possible to extract up to 721o of the Au in sea water when 30 g resin was used per 500 liter of solution, but the resin was contaminated by Fe salts. The "H-0" resin is suited to re- covery of Au from highly- contaminated, exhausted caustic electrolytes, but regeneration of the resin by the usual means is not possible. "H-0" resin permitted the extraction of 80-9W/46 Au from a solution of Au resinate in turD- entine containing 3.5 g Au per liter, Ye. Z. 1. Gold--Recovery 2. Silver--Reccvery 3. Ion exchange resins--Performance Card Z/2