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The Stratigraphic Subdivisions of the Upper Jurassic (Cont.)
(7), greenishl ray greasy clays at 1419.8 m to 1407.6 m belonging to
the Osfordian EpistominE~ stelligeraformis r4jetliuk), olivegrily
marly clays and marls at 14066 m Fo _7372Tm of Kimmeridgian age
(small calcareous foraminifers and Cristellaria russiensis Mjatliuk),
and the lower Volga series at 1374 m Eo 1343 m represente6 by gray
calcareous shales in the lower art and olivegreengray friable
sandstones inthe upper part ~Z:obaculites haplophragmoides Furss,
and Pol. snd'~Ammodiscus tenuissimun (GLYmbel_L/. It was impossible to
subdivide the upper Volga seriesEy microfossils in the Tyumen'
exploratory well. Neocomian deposits were identified in the interval
1343 m to 1098 m, and the following subdivisions were recognized:
Valanginian at 1343 m to 1246 m rd zone of bedded calcareous clay
and siltstone with Globulina lacrima (Reuss) and a zone of brownish
and greenishgray laminated muastones, containing seams of glauco
nitic siltstone and friable sandstone with Ha lophragmoides
7; Hauterivian var c
nonioninoides (Reussi iega oalbearing beds at
1246 m to=8 m (with freshwater ostracods and characeous algae).
A sequence of siltstones and variegated clays at 1098 m to 986.9 m,
in which no microfossils were found, is provisionally referred to
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The Stratigraphic Subdivisions of the Upper Jurassic (Cont.)
the AptianAlbian. In the interval 986.9 m to 638 m, arenaceous
foraminifers are abundant, and in the lower part (at 887.8 m)
lagenids are occasionally encountered. Sandy argillaceous rocks at
986.9 m to 867.9 m are referred to the CenomanianTuronian
(Verneuilina asenoviensis Zasp.). Siltstones, clays, sandy clays,
and sandst es in the i erval 887.8 m to 652 m are assigned to
undifferentiated Turonian, and the deposits above, at 652 m to
639.9 m, belong to the Gaudryina filiformis zone of the Turonian.
The rocks between 638 m and 477 m are Lower Cretaceous. An abundance
and variety of radiolarians are found in sandy clays in the lower
part of the Cretaceous sequence at 638 m to 514 m (Coniacian,
Santonian, and Campanian stages, forming the Lower Hadiolarian beds).
Green calcareous clays at 508 m to 477 m are characterized by a new
group of fossils, principally calcareous foraminifers (Campanian and
Maestrichtiiin). Very sandy clays at 475 m to 437 m are referred to
the Danian (7) stage by sandy foraminifers (Ammobaculites incultus
Ehrem). Light brown and dark brown Paleogene clays are characterized
by a.mixed group of sandy and calcareous foraminifers. Dark gray,
sandy, silicified clays of the Bocene at 353.3 m to 154.2 m contain
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The Stratigraphic Subdivisions of the Upper Jurassic (Cont.)
an abundance and variety of radiolarians and represent the Upper
Radiolarian beds. Above these beds, from 154.2 m to 26 m, occur
grayishgreen clays, which do not effervesce in acid and in which,
rarely, are found calcareous foraminifers and ostracods of the lower
Oligocene (Cibiciden khanabadensis MJassn.). The interval from 26 m
to 4 m contains no microfossils. Pollenspore analyses of these
sediments which consist of clays, sands, sandy clays, and sandy
loams, InLeate their age to be Neogene (Miocene). Almost the
entire section in the Tyumen' region (from 26 m downward) is marine.
Different groups of fossils point to changes in the conditions of
sediment accumulation. Foraminifers are by far the most widespread.
Radiolarians are found in Cretaceous and Paleogene rocks, but they
are most abundantly developed in the SantonianCampanian and the
Eocene. Ostracods are found only in the Jurassic and the lower
Oligocene. In comparison with other regions, the Tyumen' section has
a rather poor microfossil content. There are no rest similarities
between the microfossils of Tyument and those of Emba, the Volga
region, the Northern Urals, and Central Asia. The Western Siberian
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The Stratigraphic Subdivisions of the Upper Jurassic (Cont.)
Lowland was a special zoogeographic province with specific physical
and geographic environments.
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LIPMAN, R.Kh.

Distribution of organic rem&ins in sediments of the sea Faleogene
in Western Siberia. Trudy SNIIGGIMS no.2:4152 159. (MIRA 12:11)
(Siberia, WesternPaleontology)
_LIR44, R. Kh.
L;:
Sipificance of Radiolaria for stratigraphic correlation of
seftmentary rocks. Biul. MOIP. Otd. geol. 31, no.6:6788 ND
'59. (Radiolaria, Fossil) (MIRA 14:3)
(Rocks, Sedimentary)
GLAZMTOVA, A.Ye.; RALAK11MATOVA, V.T.;. LIPMAN R.Kh.; ROMA11OVA, V.I.;
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KHOKHLOVA, I.A.; YASHURZHINSKAYA, A.N., e n.red.
[Gretaceous stratigraphy and fauna of the West Siberian Flain]
Stratigrafila i fauna melovykh otlozhenii ZapadnoSibirskoi
nizmennosti. Leningrad, 1960. 346 p. (Leningrad. Vaesoiuznyi
geologicheakii institul. Trudy, vol.29) (MIRA 13:6)
(West Siberian PlainGeology, Stratigraphic)
  DrPM&".XhI
Hicrofaunal characteristics of the Saksaul'skays, series of the
upper Eocene in the northern part of the Aral region* Dokl.AI
SSSR 132 no.6:13881390 Je 16o. (KIEL 13:6)
 1. VaesoyusWy asuchrioinaledovatellskiy goologichookiy institut.
1 Predstayleno akademikom A.L. Yanshirqme
(Aral Sm regionraleontolog7, Stratigraphic)
LIPMAN, R. Kb.
Microfauwa oompoeition of mimmilite strata of Cape IzyndyAral on
the northern shore of the Aral Sea. Dokl,,AN SSSR 138 no&3.651654
Vq 161, (KM 14:5)
1, VseeoyuzW nauchnoisoledovateltakiy geologicheskiy institut,
Predstavleno akademik.om A.L.Yanshinym,
(IzyndyAralo CapePaleontology,, Stratigraphic)
LIPMAN,_~,Ah,LPaMLOVA, I.A.
Stratigraphy of Upper Cretaceous and Paleogene sediments in '&,,he
northern Aral Sea region. Inform.sbor.VSEGEI no.47:3749 161.
(MIRA 15:4)
(Aral Sea regionPaleontology, Stratigraphic)
LIPMAN, R.Kh.
Late Cretaceous radiolarians of the West Siberian Plain and Turgay
Gatme Trudy VSEGEI 77:27.1321 162. (XTRA 3~5:32
(Wdst Siberian Piain~Radiolaria, Fossil)
(TurgayGates Radiolaria., Fossil)
ZHAMOYPA, A.I,; 1,11110, RElle; IIIKUYLOV~ A.F., TjTf.,V, V.A.
Age of' sillceora Igneous fcrmht.!CPa in the Ycryak uplard based
an Radioliviria aLudy data. Tmdy VSIRGET 81:75403 163
(MIRA 17;7)
LIPMANS R.Xho; XHOKHLOVA, I.A.
Microfaunal characteristics of Upper Cretaceous and Paleogene sediments
In the northern part orthe Ural Mountain region. Trudy VSECFI 93tl8l
190 164. (MIRA 18:7)
LIPMAN, R.Kh.; AIZENS11TAT, 1.14.; KONItROVA, IKh.
New data on the microfaural characteristics of the stratigraphic
section of the Faleogene Tasaran series in the northern part of
the Ural Mountain region. Trudy VSEGEI 102:185191 164.
(341RA 18:2)
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ZHAMOYDA, AvlwX  L~INAN) R,.Kh I.. I
First seminar on radiolarians. Paleont. zhur. no.1:157160 165.
(WRA 18:4)
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Abs Jour s Ref. ZhurBiol., No 6, 1958, 26092
Author e Kalaohnikov A.P.p Chistov V.O., Lipman S.I.,
Kalashnikova A.P.
Inst I Not given
Title i The Nutritiousness of Corn at Different Stages of ita
Development (Pitatollnosti kukuruzy v raznyye fzy eye
razvitiya)
Orig Pub t Vestn. s.kh. nauki, 1957, No 5, 142146
Abstract t On the basis of the study of the dynamics of the accumu
lation of nutritive substances in the corn of tardy varieties
Krasnodar hybrid 1/49 and Sterling  according to the sta
gos of dovolopmont, it is recommended in regions other than
the black earth zone to use corn as a green fodder in the
Card 1/Z
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wom"N"M"
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Surgical treatmen t of permanent paralysis of the upper extremities.
Ortopetrava, i protez. no5:3942 30 155. (MMA 9:12)
(ARM, paralysis
surg.)
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WAN, G.; LIPWIS, M.
Qwntitative analysis of valte of 2nitro1.3indandione. Kim. Inst.
ZinAtuisk, Haketi, Latrijas PSR Zii~ait= Akad. 1, 7840'50.
(CA 47 no.19:9863 '33)
1. VANAGS, G., LIPMANIS, M.
2. USSR (600)
4. Iodine
7. InL~eraction of MEindandione wit h iodine. Laty. PSP Zin Akad Vastis No. 7 1951.
9. Month List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, Aoril 1953, Uncl.
UM/micicarrbysics  ibecin.
tum Theory
"Invariant Perw4table Relations and Exclusion a.,
Additional Conditions in the Quantum Theory of
tbe Meson)Fleld," E. M. Lipmanov, Leningrad State,
U,imeeni A. A. Zhdanov, 4 pp
"Dok Ak xauk ssoR" vol Lmi, Nc, 4
Generalizes Heisenberg "d Pauli's "Canonical"
Iqpm
tizing method for the meson f.ield.~; Finds
operators representing transverse and longitudinal
Joitillations of the meson field.or.theopex*tors,~~'
iad!Lation *and: absorption. of transverse and lowgL
t4dital n~_80._Az difft=,ty a nmerical multiple sad:ftt
3/5",
t/Wuclear Physics .Meson (Contd) 1' Aug 4g
difference'shovs the influence.of the conai~w,
excluded quantizing of vector, components as
pendent scalars, vb1ch they are not) This
aLlation of the theory makes it'possible to
7 Divac In theory of. radiation to traniverse
lo ngitudinal mesona. Submitted by Acar'
Fok 2 wun 49.
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mom t of the deut Comte. jappeallus
Polt,=:;. To det. t the, effects IUM nudwn'
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LIPY.AVIOV, E. F.
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USSR/Nuclear Physics  Meson Decay 21 Jun 53
Radiative Corrections to the Decay of)&mesons,"
E. M.Lipmanov'y9lLeningrad State Pedagog Inst im
A. I. Gertsen
DAN SSSR, Vol 90, No 6, pp 9991001
Studies radiative corrections to the decay of
A mesons into 3 particles and establishes cases
in which all divergences may be eliminated by re
normalization of the masses of electron, meson and
bond constant of 3 fields. This is possible only
ia case of,meson decay into electron and 2 neutrinos.
Indebted to S. X. Izmylov and Prof L. 1. Gurevich.
Presented.by Acad V. A. Fok 22 Apr 53 26M1
, MAIVO V ~E
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USSR/Physics  EActrodynamics
Card 1/1 Pub. 1462/21
Author : Lipmanov, E. M.
Title ; Relativistically invariant form of electrodynamics without longitudinal
and scalar fields
Periodical : Zhur. eksp. i teor. fiz., 27, 135141, Aug 1954
Abstract : The calibration of electromagnetic potential according to Ginzburg.is
applied to the relativistically invariant expansion of the field into
generalized longitudinal and transverse parts in classical and quantum
electrodynamics. The obtained formulation of quantum theory is simpler
than that of J. Schwinger (Phys. Rev., 74, 1439 (1948)). Four references
including 1 American.
Institution : Novozybkovsk State Pedagogical Institute
Submitted : October 10, 1953
Catogory i MR/Thoorotioal Physics  Quantu;i Fiold Thoory
bs Jour i Rof Zhur Fizikaj No 3, 1957, No 5700
Author j LipmanoX.
I.St IMovozybkoO oriogical Instituto
Titlo tRorularization Thoory of a Systom of Pi;.)Ido
0ir, Pub%Zh. okspirim. i toor. fiziki, 1956, 30, No 1, 214216
'batract :In TnaiV works a oo=.ootion vas ostablishod botv[GO'.1 thO formal
rulos for Lhj rolativistioallyAnvarianb rogularization ia
modurn quuntum fiold ~hoory and fiold qquations that contain
hi&orordor dorivn,Avos. It is knovm that thoso oquations
doseribo a fiold systom 1th a mass sp..,otrum Ath positivo
(Usual fiolds) rind zzwgativu (unusual Piolds) onorGioa, In
Vim of tba prononco of '~ho lattor, tho quostioa of tho physical
iat(;rproti,%Uon of ~ho thoory hw not yo4 'b,)on molvod, By
vay of att axam,Ao, thu author considorn cm oqufttion rif ordor
Z(Zn i 1), daszribing (n t, 1) usual and n unusual ioutral
scalar fiolds. Tho author takos an Sinfttrix, av,.iragod ovor
thu vacuum of n unusual fiolds, as tho fundam)ntal layr.,
1/2
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UBSR/~fteiwetical Physics.  quantum Xlectrodynamics
Abe Jour : Ref Zhur  Fizika, No 4o 1957, 8442
Author : Lipm&nov, N.M.
inst : V6i6xybx6V gogical Institute
Title : Concerning the RelativisticaUyInvariant Formulation
of Zlectrodynamics Withouj~ LongituUnial and Scalar Fields
Orig Pub : Zh. eksperim. i teor, fiziki, 1956, 30, No 3y 583~8~
Abstract' : It in shmm that the relativisticallyinvariant forwAla
tion of electrodynamics vithout longitudinal and scalar
fields (Refer4t Zhur Fizika, 1955, 6221) q&4 be obtained
in the Heisenberg representation from the variational
principle., starting out with the Lagrangian function with
a density
4= CA) ('A
C. 7
Card 1/3
.USSR/Theoretical Physics.  Quantum Electrodynamics. B5
Abe Jour Ref Zhur  Fizika, No 4, 1957, 8442
IL
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PU CA
(X) 100
Aere ao,4A. and are operators
of the photon and electrohpositron g~elde) imA tr is
an operator that is linear with respect to the current
components
in this case the Coulomb* fielci does not eiie e
theory at all, and the equations for the operators of the
electronpooitron field turn out to be nonlinear, oving
Card 2/3
~~/Theoreticai Physics  Quantun Electrodynamics. B5
Abs Jour Ref Zhur  Fizika, No 4, 1957, 8"2
to the Coulomb interaction of the charges. It is noted
that to change over from the Heisenberg representation
to the interaction representation one cannot use the
Schroedinger formalas for the transformtion of the de
rivatives of the operator fields, since the Hatziltonian
of the interaction does not comute in this case with the
operators of the electron.positron field at various
points of the Bpacelike surface. The author establishes
the form of the formilas for the transformation of the de
rivatives of the field operators, which are applicable
also to the case considered here.
Card 3/3
AUTHOR 80V/139~)848/30
TITLE: On the Relativistic Formulation of Quantum Electrodyaamics
Without Longitudinal and Scalar Photons (K relyativistskoy
formulirovke kvantovoy elektrodinamiki bez prodolIzUkh i
skalyarnykh f otonov)
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedeniy, Fizika..
3958$ Nr 4, pp 57  63 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: The known difficulties in quantum electrodynamics
relating to the divergence of the state vector which is
subjected to an additional condition were eliminated by
Gupta (Ref 1) by means of a quantum scalar potential
along the indefinite metric. According to earlier work
of the author (Ref 2) and Heitler (Ref 3), there is a
second possibility of eliminating these difficulties,
namely, by excluding the longitudinal and the scalar field
from the Hamilton function in the classical theory and
subjecting to quantisation only the field of the trans
verse photons. In this case, the state vector is not
subjected to any additional condition and the basiz of the
theory is simplified. The opinion is frequently expressed
that the here mentioned second possibility disturbs the
Card 1/4 apparent relativistic invariance of the thecry and complicates
SOV/139584V
.i3O
On the Relativistic Formulation of Quantum Electrodynamica thout
longitudinal and Scalar Photons
the calculation of the scattering matrix. In earif_er work
(Ref 2), the authorpresented the obvious relativisticinvariant
formulation of electrodynamics in accordance with this second
possibility. In this paper, he shows that in the general case
the operators of the longitudinal and the scalar fields can
be completely excluded from the Smatrix, changing a.,cord
ingly the expression for the "interrelation!' of the photon
operators. In this case the Smatrix will be coLacident with
the ordinary expression of FeinmannDyson, the difference
being that in the normal derivatives only those operators
of the transverse photons will be present which have a
physical meaning. It is shown by direct ca1cu,.1_;.t_Jrn that
the relativisticinvariant formulation of the q7aanEum
eleotrod,ynamics without longitudinal and scalar fields
justifies the "symmetrical" treatment of all 4 e:,m!)cnents
of the electromagnetic potential in the virtual statitas which
is the important feature of the formalism of the Feinmann
Dyson Smatrix, the only difference being that in the
Card2/4
SOV/1395848/30
On the Relativistic Formulation of Quantum Electrodynamics Without
Iongitudinal and Scalar Photons
normal derivatives only the operators of the transverse
photons occur; the longitudinal and the scalar photons
will not appear in the theory at all. Therefore, the
state vector will not be subjected to any additional
conditions and thus it is not necessary'to utilise
indefinite metric.
There are 1 figure and 6 references, 3 of which are Soviet
and 3 English.
Card 3/4
SOV/1395848/30
On the Relativistic Formulation of Quantum Electrodynamics Without
Longitudinal and Scalar Photots
ASSOCIATION: Stalingradskiy gOBudarstvennyy pedagogicheskiy
institut imeni A.S. Serafimovicha
(Stalingrad State Pedagogic Institute imeni
A.S. Serafimovich)
SUBMITTED: February 19, 1958
Card 4/4
'21(8), 21(l) SOV/13959114/31+
AUTHOR: Lipmanov2 E.M.
TITLE: Coup 1nEFt_erw_e_e"rDerivatives of Neutrino Functions in the
Thpory of Muon Decay (SvyazI s proizvodnymi funktsiy
neytrino v teorii raspada pmezoria)
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnylch Zavedeniy, Fizika.,
1959, Nr 1, pp 8287 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: A nonlocal field theory approach is presented for the
calculation of second and higherorder scattering and
radiative corrections to the theory of muon decay. The
general expression for these higher order terms is given
formally by: 16ax Y"
8(2r2 1n Wyp
Tj) n )m
03
Here 16ax represents the maximiim transferable momentum
of the system, t is a gauge parameterg p w are the
usual wave functions, the yIs are Dirac matrices and all
Card 1/3 other symbols have their standard significance. Various
alternative forms for the interaction Hamiltonian aret
SOV/13959114/34
Coupling Between Derivatives of Neutrino Functions in the Theory of
Muon Decay
Ill = g Q (VQ 10 (UQU) (2)
H2 9 LU Q u (3)
x 9
H ye U) 6 tr (10
3 gQ ( b xc
In these equations Q represents the generalized
Lorentzinvariant interaction operator and gq its
associated coupling constant; Q may in principle contain
any or all of the following interactionst. scalar,
Pseudoscalar, vector, pseudovector, tensor. The
significance of the subscript t is that different values
of j may be assigned to different particles (electrons
neutrino, etc.). The Hamiltonian Hl corresponds to a
Point interaction, while H2 and H correspond to
forms of nonlocalized interaction iLolvii~g derivatives
Card 2/3 of the neutrino wavgfunctions. The a plication of H3
is illustrated by substitution in Eq (T A fourth
SOV/13959114/34
Coupling Between Derivatives of Neutrino Functions In the Thpoly of
Muon Decay
interaction Hamiltonian Involving derivatives of the
electron wavefunction is also briefly diseussed. The
final section of the paper considers a specific form of
interaction involving coupling between derivatives of the
neutrino wave functions, This is used to calculate thq
secondorder .orrections to the electron energyspectrum
and angulardistribution in muon decay; the application
of these corrections improves the agreement between
0
measured and calculated energy and angular distributions.
Card 3/3 Acknowledgement is made to V.A. Yakovlev for advice.
There are 8 references., 5 of which are English7 2 Soviet
and 1 Italian.
ASSOCIATION: Stalingradskiy Pedinsttut imeni A.S. Serafimovicha
'L
(Stalingrad Pedagogical Institute Imeni A.S. Serafimovich)
SUBMITTED: June 20, 1958
LIPMkNOV, E.M.
Two types of neutrinos. isotopic spin of leptons, and universal
foqrfervion Interactions. Zhur.sksp.i teor.fix 37 no.4:
10541057 0 '59. (MIRA 13:5)
1. Stalingradmidy goeudarBtvann,,y pedagogicheskiv institut.
(Particles (Nuclear physics)) (Nuclear roactions)
83733
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B006/BO56
AUTHORs Lipmanov, E. M.
TITLE# An Analogy Between Weak and Electrom agnetic Interactions:
PERIODICALt Zhurnal ekep erimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fiziki, 1960,
Vol. 38, No. 4, PP. 1233  1236
TEXTt According to the hypothesis by S. S. Gershteyn, Ya. B. Zelldovich
(Ref. 1) and Feynman and GellMann (Ref. 2) on the conservation of the
vector current in week interaction, an analogy may be assumed to exist
between weak and electromagnetic interactions. ~he author aimed at
obtaining a concrete expression for this analogy, which in represented in
such a form that the electric current and the charge currents in weak
interaction can be derived from a single symmetric expression containing
the operators 1/2 + v and .1 + 1,5 after satisfying the requirements of
conservation of electric, leptonp and baryon charges and after the
vanishing of the photon mass. A certain "chirality" is ascribed to half
integral spin particles, which is conserved in weak interaction. A
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Interactions B006/BO56
complete expression for the weak flux of "bare" particles is found, which
is in qualitative agreement with all known experimental data concerning
the decay of ordinary and strange particles. The hypothesis on the
existence of two isotopic lepton doublets'(Vle) and (V2!' ) is used, and
the isospins of all baryons are assumed to be 1/2 (according to global
symmetry  GallMann, Ref 4?. The table containing the properties of
fermions (including hyperons) is given in its new form by Table 1 (1,n
and a denote lepton, baryon, and electric charge respectively, , 5 'a
the chirality in weak interaction, while the new strangeness (last column
of the table) is defined by a  I + 1(1+n+sl)). Among other things it is
z 2
shown that the violation of isotopic invariance in weak and electro
magnetic interaction is of exactly the same nature. The demand made for
chirality to be conserved is automatically satisfied. The description of
all experimental decay data by the expressions obtained here is made
possible only by the selection of the chirality values of hyperons and by
the demand that chirality be conserved in weak interaction. This selec
tion is not merely made at random, but it in the result of considerations
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An Analogy Between Weak and Electromagnetic 5/056/60/036/004/026/046
Interactions BO06/BO56
concerning the possible lepton doublets (cf. Table 2) and baryon doublets
(Table 3). The author finally thanks Ya. B. Zelldovich and B. Pontekoryo
for their interest and comments and Dolginov for discussions. Tfieri*
are 3 tables and 12 references, 5 So~iietq I Canad.ian, 3 US, 2 Italian, and
1 German.
ASSOCIATIONi Stalingradskiy gosudarstvennyy pedagogicheskiy institut
(Stalingrad State Pedagogical Institute)
SUBMITTED3 October 31, 1959
Pard 3/3
LI MV E.M.
Classification of twocom
ponent fermions and the analog7 between
weak and electromagnetic'interactions. Izv.vyp.ucheb.zav,; fiz.
no.3s140146 161. 11 KERA 14 ' 8)
1. Stalingradskiy padagogicheskiy institut im. A.S.Serafimovicha.
(Particles (Nuclear physics)) (Electromagnetism)
(Nuclear reactions)
LIPMANOV., E. M.
Hypothesis of the preservation of the vector current and the
global symmetry of weak interactions. Zhur.eksp.i teor.fiz.
40 no#3:980981 Mr 161. (MIM 14:8)
1. Stalingradskiy gosudarstvennyy podagogicheakiy institut.
(Nuclear reactions)
S/056/63/044/04A37/044
AIIIUTHOR: LLpmanovL B. ,.j
:.TITLBi Lepton r symmetry in weak interactions and decays with
AS
fiziki, v 44,
PERIObICO t: Zhurnal eksp erimenta 1 Inoy i teoreticheskoy
no,~ 4.,1963, 1396  1400
TEXT i The a usses the
uthor disc hypothesis of an additive lepton charge
ervat'on,law (of ).in connection with
cons I Lipmanovi ZhLTFP 37, 1054, 1959
the recently discovered asymmetry of electrons and muons with respect to
the neutrino arising in pion decay (Phys. Rev. Lett. 9, 36, 1962). A.
unique definition.of the lepton pairs vele and v,,It on the assumption of
~,,..the additive:o,onservation law and the existenceof definite electron and
muon chiralities in weak interactions is only possible in the case of V
coupling. Inthis.case the I symmetry of the gaugetransformations
5
t
a 'T j0' leads
:~ + to lepton ohirality conservation in weak inter~
56 iL 5
~.;:action as a new quantum number, together with electric and leptonia charges"
C rd I/
a A
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Lepton r5symm6try inweakt,# B102IB186
~,discovered strangeparticle decays, including change inutrangeness
:.(AS  AQ, there isino (VA) coupling. Subsequently it is discussed what
rould result from~assuming the two typos of currents of strongly interacting
jarticlest with.AS +AIZ and AS  Uj in leptonic interactions to be
Potorial and scalar (tensorial). This leads to the following conclusionst',
inly the lept*on pairs (.4) and (10) may,arise, not (v0 e
) or (vejt7); the
4nomalous lepton pairs (10) are~not vectorial but scalar or tensorial which.
leads to baryonic currents with LS AQ. Therefore on
ly the p:decay mode:
+
e + is possible.
ASSOCIATIONS Volgogradakiypedago ioheskiy inatitut (Volgograd Pedagogical!
9
Institute)
SUBUITTEDI 'November 23 1962 initiall
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DePember 20, 1962 rafter revision)
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Z=::~~
A,model of universal weak interaction. Zhur. eksp. i teor. fiz.
43 no.3:893499,162. (MIRA 15.10)
I& Volgogradiakiy pedagogicheakiy inatituto
(Nuclear reactionaModels)
LIPM~A, E.M.
L
on symmetry of leptons in weak interactions and decays with 4 S=  6Q.
ZhAleksp. i teor. fiz* 44 no.4:13961400 Ap 163. (MIRA 16:4)
k
1. Volgogradskiy pedagogicheakiy institut.
(Baryons) (Nuclear reactions)
LIPMOV, E. M.
Regulazlzed theory of the uynt*m of fields. Uch. zap. Vo1g.
goo. pod. inot, no,111318 '59, (MIRA 16% 1)
(Field theory) (Quantum field theory)
(Quantum slectradynamice)
ACCESSION NR: AP4042409 S/0056/64/047/001/0360/0365
AUTHOR: Lipmanov, E. M.
TITLE: Violated isotopic symmetry of weak interactions
IZSOURCE: Zh. eksper. i teor. fiz., v. 47, no. 1, 1964, 360365
TOPIC TAGS: weak interaction regime, b6son, isospin, fermion,
lementary particle
A~BSTRACT: It is shown that the formulation of violated isotopic
symmetry of weak interactions bet,,~een stronglyinteracting particles
aAd intermediate bosons, on the basis of the representation of the
existence of offdiagonal masslike terms in the Lagrangian of the
free intermediate fields, makes it possible to satisfy in a natural
manner the selection rules 4S < 2 and AJTJ ~/2 in'nonlepton weak
processes. In the resultant model of weak interaction of elementary;,,__.
particles, this isotopic symmetry is violated only by the terms
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iwhich have the form of the "offdiagonal mass" of the intermediate i
bosons. A natural consequence of the model is the violation of
the universality of the fourfermion interaction with change of
strangeness. The total number of isotopic states of intermediate
field in this model is equal to eight, ~nd this is apparently the
minimum number of intermediate bosons c6mpatible with isotopic sym
metry and with the selection rules indicated above. Some of the
iremaining difficulties of the field theory of weak interactions
with intermediate vector bosons, which still remain in this model,
are pointed out. "I am sincerely grateful to L. B. Okun' for a
discussion of the work and valuable remarks, and also to V. M.
IShekhter and A. A. Komar for interest in the work." Orig. art.
hasz 22 formulas. .1
ASSOCIATION: Volgograndskiy gosudarstvenny*y pedagogicheskiy insti
Jtut,(Volgograd State Pedagogical Xnatituts)
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_~IPMANOVSEIIM.
On the possible existence of heavy charged leptons. Zhur. eks
i teor. fix. 46 no*5:19171918 My 164. (MM 17t650
1. Volgogradskiy pedagogicheskiy institut.
LIFMANOVY E.M,
Disturbed isotopic syrmetry of weak interactiona. Zhu,. cknip.
i teor. fiz. 47 no.1060365 il 164. (mM, P.,9)
1. Volgogradskly gosudarstvennyf pedagoglcheskiy
4 1,Z~"i"6 5'WT(m)/T/Fv1A(m)2
ACCESSIM NR: AP5006529 S/0056/65/048/002/0750/0752
AUTHOR: Lipmanov, B. M. ~5
TITLE: Concerning possible disruption of CPinvariance and neutral lepton currents'
in weak interaction,
SOURCE: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fiziki, v. 46, no. 2, 1965,
750752
TOPIC TAGS: lepton current, CPnvariance, CPinvariance disruption
ABSTRACT: The purpose of the article is to indicate the possibility of disruption
of CPinvariance and neutral lepton currents in weak interactions. It is proposed
that symmetrical neutral lepton currents are completely absent in CPinvariant
weak interactions, but form the combined even neutral current. Therefore these
currents can participate in weak interactions with disruption of 0invariance. In
such a case it is possible to expect neutral lepton currents in CPnoninvariant
processes with variation of oddness, for example,
+ 114 +
v+V.4
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c contributionIn.,didint grations_ofX_'~w_*V+..v_ is neg~igiblej'and._
Electromagneti
'their de te.c.tionwould bea sin.gular indicatioraof primar7 neutral lepton currentsw
kevich
"The, author ex esqei~ gratitude to I. S. Satsui. fordiscussion.11 Orig. art.
pre
has* 3 farmulas.
ASSOCIATION: Volgogradskiy pedagogicheskiy inatitut (Volgograd Pedagogical
Institute)
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AUTHOR: LA~ A E. M. (~~
ORG: YgIgograd Pe~Mogical Institute im. A. S. Serafi 0[Lqfi_AVolgogradskiy pedago
gicheskiy institut') ~
TITLE: Parity nonconservation effects induced by weak interactions in nuclear and
electromagnetic forces /)r~, C, S;
SOURCE: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fiziki. Pis'ma. v redaktsiyu
(Prilozheniye)y v. 2p no. 5.. 1965, 201205
TOPIC TAGS: parity principle., weak nuclear interactiono nuclear force,, boson., selec
tion rule
ABSTRACT: The author calls attention to several characteristic predictions with
respect to parity nonconservation effects in nuclear and electromagnetic forces which
result from generalization of a model proposed by him earlier (ZhETF v. 4TP 360P 19&)
and which it would be desirable to verify experimentally. In this model, in which
there is minimum violation of isotopic symmetry of hadron weak interactions., the
parity nonconserving nuclear interactions have exact isotopic invariance and in this
respect do not differ from ordinary forces. It is shown from an analysis of "prelim
inary" isotopical and Minvariant Lagrangian of nemiweak interactions and from a
consideration of the effect of boson mixing that the unified model of broken isotopic
symmetry of veak interactions predicts definite correlations of the parity nonconser
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vation effects in nuclear and electromagnetic interactions. In particular,, If the
magnitude of the electromagnetic parity nonconservation effect s differs appreciably
from the estimated electromagnetic paritynnonconservation effects, then transitions
with JeTI  0 and 1, and possibly also JAITI  2, should be comparable in parity~.non
conserving nuclear forces$ and the absence in the latter of transitions wk~h IATI  i
and 2 calls for the presence of parity nonconserving electromagnetic effects of the
electromagnetic paritynonconservation effects. 7he author concludes that it is de
sirable to formulate experiments for the observation of parity nonconservation effects
In electromagnetic phenomenas such as ep scatzering, mixing of levels of different
parity in the bydrogen atom., etc. Such research is desirable in spite of the lack of
interactions betweenneutrino paris and nucleons. Particularly pTomising are investi
gations at large nomentum transfers. Orig. art. bass 4 formulas.
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AUTHOR: Lipmanov, E. M.
ORG: Volgograd Pedagogical Institute (.Volgogradsk:J.y pedagogicheskiy
institut)
TITLE: Model for broken isotopic symmetry in an unified electromagneti
weak hadron interaction 11
SOURCE: Zh eksper I teor fiz, v. 50, no. 5, 1966, 13091321
TOPIC TAGS: electromagnetic interaction, photon, boson, parity
principle, perturbation theory, isotopic symmetryo hadrono hadron
interaction
ABSTRACT: The possibility has been studied for constructing a model
of a unified electromagneticweak hadron interaction possessing broken
isotopic symmetry. Vanishing of the photon mass and conservation of
parity in electromagnetism are a consequence of violation of the
primary isotopically unified symmetry and CP invariant interaction due
to mixing of vector bosons from different isotopic multiplets, The
empirical selection rules appear for weak hadron Interactions and their
minimum electromagnetic interaction as specific manifestations of
violated symmetry at low energies, An interesting effect of restora
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tion of the violated symmetry hr been discussed at high 4Pulse
transmissions obtained in the e approximation of the perturbation
theory. The author thanks M, V, Terentlyev and L, B, Okun' for their
valuable discussions and Ya. B. Zelldarichfor his Interest to the
study. Orig, art. has: 37 formulas. (Based on author's abstract)
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LIPMZOVICH , A.S.9 Cand alled Sci(dios) I'Dynamics of neurosyplulliE ,ccord
I
ing to clinical and autop data." Simferopol', 1956 16 7p v,ith craphs
(Crij,noan Stato Led Inst iii, I.V. Stalin), 300 copie3 (IM,3058, 132)
 14:
LIPMANOVICH, A.S.
Dynamics of mortality from neurosyphilis based on autopsy data for
24 years (19331956). Vest. dorm. i ven. 32 no.6:54038 ND 158.
(KIBA 12: 1)
I Iz 39o koshnovenerologicheskogo dispansera Moskva (glavnyy vrach
B. N. Vernikov).
(NEUROSYPHILIS, statist.
mortal., autopsy data (Rue))
11tt'llftlifill I Fltl .A . il , .1, f f , , I ~ o  I , t i " f I
VIIJ004wi pyikikil W mowovoikq; ~v IAWojjjy 'b4W Ciii, Ow INAiL '4 yuak'.
Veotodomi von. no.D4246 162. (MIU 15:1)
1. Iz polikliniki imeni Dzerzhinakogo (glavnyy vrach  zaalitzhennyy
vrach RSFSR I.G. Karalcomov).
(SYPHILIS)
LIPMANOV~G~H.,A.B..,
the peripheral nervous system in diabetes mellituB
polyneuritis). Sbor.nauch.prak.rab.Po3.iklin.im.
.. no.2slO513.1 161. (MIR& 16W
(NEURITIS) (MBETES)
M
LIPHANOVICH, A,S., kand.med.nauk; Nlr[HAWIN, A.B.
Some problems In the course of neurosphilis. Sbor.nauch.prak.
rab.Poliklin.im.F.E.Dzerzh. no.2sll2117 161. OaRk 16t,4)
(NERVOUS SYSTEMSYPHILIS)
LIPMANOVICH., S. G.
"Magaloblastic Erythropoiesis.. 11 Klin. Mod. p
26t No. Iv 1948. Cand. of Mod. SeLp Fhysical
Therapy Clinic of the Second Moncow Fed.
Itwt im. I. V. Stalino cl948
r P10, ovL~Idy I
I , , rojr..,
ti At, 26/28, kv.177);
1.1. (lxningrpd, D104y ul. Chekhova, d.17, kv!2)
Treatment of maligmnt Umors of the adnexa ulteri. v0p. onkc. 10
no.5:100102 164. NIRA 18:8)
1. Iz kaftdry akiishorotva i trinekologil (zav.  prof. ZasluzhennyI
doyatell nauki I.I.Yakovleva) 1go Igningradskogo meditsinskocio
0
in.tiLuta imen! akademilm Pavlova (rektor  dotsent A.I.Ivanov).
LIMANOVICH, S. G.
"Some Data on the Determination of the Fetal
Presentation", Akueher i Ginlrolp No. 1j, 1949.
First Obstet Gynecological Clinic, Second Moscow
Mod. Inst.9 In. I. V. Stalin. cl949.
VARSHAVSKAYA, F.E., KAZANSKAYA, N. I.,
Course and outcome of abnormal labor [Vith sunmnr7 in English].
Akuflh. i gin. 34 no.2:4044 MrAp 158 (MIRA 11: 5)
1. Is kafedty akusheretvn i ginekologii (say.  prof. S. G.
YRkovlev) I Leningradakogo meditainakogo inatitutn imeni akad.
I. P. Pavlova.
(LABOR, compl.
sbnorm. labor. atiol. and course (Rua)
I it to A.; P Hill1 11 4 1
it
w0d 1444( Ili wwli N ti f. R 1 it i VIM JWIJ~'
zoaluzhanWy dayatall aatilcl HaNhtt, pror.1 iI0flAWVijJ0V,
kand. mod. nauk; TUWICVA, Ye.S., prof.; YAKOVIEV, I.I.,,
zasluzhemWy doyatell nauki RSFSR,, prof.; LANKOVITS, AN., prof.,
nauchnyy red.,PMIANINOV, L.S., prof., otv red.; BEKM'I, S.M.,,
prof., red.; BELOSWKO, F~A#j prof., redo [deceased]; ZIEMY.,
K.N., prof.9 red*; ZHORDANIAO I.F., prof., red.; LEEEDEV, A.A.,
prof., red.; MAMKGV, P,V,, prof., red.; STEPANOV, L,G.* kand.
med. nauk,, red.; SYROVATKOj F.A., prof., red.; FIGUIUJOV, K.M.,
prof., red.; FORAYKOSHITS, X.Y., red.; LANKOVITS, A.V.,, red.;
MIGBILO, K.K., tekhn. red.
[Multivolume manual on obstetrics and gynecology) Nnogotomnoe
rukovodstvo po akusherstvu i ginekologii. Moskva, os.izdvo
mod. litry. Vol.6. 1961. 679 P. (MIRA 15:10
1. Chlenkorrespondent Akademii moditoinskikb nauk SSSR (for
Persianinavp Beloshapko Figurnov).
(OBSIETRICSOROMYI (GY11ECOLOGY . OPFaATIVE)
ROMANOVSKIY, R.M.; KAZANSKAYA, N.V.; LIPMANUVICH, S.G.
Outcome of labor complicated by anomalies in its intensity for the
mother and fetus. Vop. okh. mat. i det. 6 no.10:5"3 0 161.
(14IRA 11,: 11)
1. Iz kafedry akusherstva ginekologii (zav. ~ prof. I.I.Yakovlev)
I Leningradskogo meditsinskogo instituta imeni akademika I.P.Pavlova
(dir. A.I.Ivanov). 
(LABOR., COMPLICATIM)
1286
Moskow ftberculous neuritis and neuralgia in the shoulder region Probl. Thbork. (Moscow)
1950, 3 (6768)
The clinical features are discussed In connection with 53 cases (15 of neuritis of tko
brachial plexus, 22 of plexalgia and 16 without any marked neurological cbanos). In 6
canon the disturbances developed 10 days after croupous pneumonia. Me plexalgias were
generally on the same side as the active tb procesq. The ultar type generally predominateI
Brachialgias or parnothesias (or even paresis) sometimes occur after a. p. t. The manifes
tations may last from a few days (usually) to several months.
Van der Holon  Torwolde
tint Miftint11ko ~Intljrnj qf1tit'loiti, V"I. fl, lqrp
UL#TANOV9 G. (g.Gorodets, Gorltovskoy oblasti); ~~PN_E%_
. _pm_, (Kherson);
BARANOVA, M.9 KRANSUVAROVA, F., BARANOVA, H., KRUGLOVA, 0.
(Murmansk); KUPTSOV, F. (Moskva), TISHCHENKO, A., Geroy
Sotaialintichoskogo Truda
Kindergartens and nurseries should be placed under the control
of women's committees. Rabotnitea 40 no.6%1415 Je 162.
(MIRA 16:3)
1. Predsedatelt zhenskogo soveta stroitellstva Krasnoyarskoy
gid:roelekticheskoy stantaii (for Khansuvarova). 2. Predliedatell
zhenskogo soveta tralovogo flota,, Murmansk (for Kruglova).
3. Predsedatel' pravleniya. detskogo sada. zhilishchno
ekspluatatsionnoy kontory No.10 Kiyevskogo rayons. Moskvy (for
Kuptsov). 4. Predvedatell zhen8kogo soveta NovoKramatorskogo
mashinoatroitA)llnogo zavoda (for Tishchenko),
(Kindergartens) (Nurseries)
CLIPITER, S.V.
Kherson center for young tecbnicians. Politekb.obuch. no.11:
qOQl N is. (MIRA 11:12)
rioel"tieva)
t t~
A IMICA Sec.4 Vol.11[3 Sed.'Ucrobio.,etcMar 58
631. PATHOGENICITY OF L FORMS AND OF PLEUROPNEUMONIALIKE
ORGANISMS (L FORMS AND PPLO). Chorobotw6rczodd 1form bakterU I
organizm6w typu pleuropneumonii (otpp).  L I p n I c k I B. Zakl. Mikroblol.
AM Wroclaw.  POST. HIG. MED. DOSWIAD.(Warsz.) 195D, 10/3 (271297)
Tables 6 Illus. 5
Results of investigations about PPLO isolated from the vagina of sick and healthy
women. It is stated that the PPLO cannot be considered as the pathogenic factor
because no biological or serological difference has been recorded between the
strains isolated from sick and healthy persons. The same Is true for the Reiter
syndrome. Data concerning isolation of PPLO In cases of urethritis nongonorrhoi
ca, endocarditis and arthritis have been discussed. The question of pathogenicity
of L and PPLO forms still remains open and does not allow final conclusions to be
drawn.
L
Role of L form of bacteria In Reiter's disease. Polskie arch.
mod. vown. 27 no.3:399404 1957.
1. Z Instytutu Inounologli I Terapil Doewiadcsalnoj PAN in.
Ludwika Mrssfelda we Wroclaviu. Dyrektor: prof. Be Slopeke
Adres autora: Wroclaw, u1. Chalubluskiego 4. Instytut Inuunologil
I Terapit Doewiadcsalne'j PAN im. Lud4ika Hiruzfelda.
(RZITERIS DISICASN. microbiolog7,
L form of bact. (Pol))
0 1 j0 11101 h jib 11f #A 11 '1 t4 I 1 0"0 1 firts , Aiitt Y1
11'~ A 11111 160t1ti A I P I I J1 I I ~ P110111) P 111, 1 ti.
W t it I t~ i ~44~ ~klw)v; ~bi Owl 11.ik k~A vi")
Ali II vot'4411, 'U4 A M, A vkivIAW
2 (its159) TAI)ION 10 IIIUN. 5
Lforms of S. typhl and S. paratyphi B were Isolated In blood cultures In 22 out of
38 chloramphenicoltreated patients. The Lforms were characterized by the ab
me ce Hsyltigens, Adarnsid  Poanaft (IV. 50)
LIPNICKIp Bogdan
Studies on the serma g7 globalia level in patients with bacillAZ7
dysentery. Arch.1mg.ter.doBw, 8 Ro.4;739746 160.
1. WoJokowe Iaboratorium Samitarms we Wroclawiu, Zakl&4 Mikro
biologii lo)mrgkioj kkademii Medysznej we Wroclawiu.
DYSENTERY BACILLARY immumol)
MMA al,0131JUIN)
M
LIPNICKI, Bogdan
Statistical analysis of the sensitivity of some types of microorganiarm
to antibiotics. Arch. immm. ther. ex. 10 no.1:171185 162. 1 .
1. Wojskowe Laboratorium SanitambHigieniame we Wroclaviu.
(ANI"7BIOTICS pharmacol)
SKRZYPCZAK., Kazimierz E.; LIPNICKI, Bogdan B.
Attempted treatnmt of inflammatory diseases of the eye with
typboid endot&xin. Klin. oczna 33 no3/4:339344 163.
1. Z Oddzialu Ocznego Szpitala, Wojskowego i Laboratorium
Sanitarnego we Wroelawiu.
TYPHOIDPARATYPHOID VACCINES)
CCINE THERAPY)
M
(ENDOTOXINL) (OPHTHALMOLOGY)
LIPX4XqKj,,Bogdan
The antifungal properties of hexylresorcinol. Arch. im=n.
ther. exp. 11 no.3s417422 963.
1. 3nnitnryflyglanic Laboratory, Wroclaw*
MMTOMCOSIS)
HKXYLRESORCINOL) (FUNGICIDES)
(MIGHOPHYTON)
(EPIDERMOPHYTON) (CANDIDA)
(HISTOPIA,94A)
CICHOCKI, Vaclaw; LIPNICKI,.2ogdan
An epidemic of diarrhea in newborn infants. Pediat. Pol. 38 no.12:
10651068 D'63
1. Z Oddzialu Noworodkow 4 W'ojskovego Szpitala Ckregovego
we Woclawiu i z Wojekowego Laboratorium SanitarnoHigie
nicznego we Vroclawiu.
, J1,111,
.~
1 *1 tfl'J USS ~lt' :ATUIO t t: ~ :z ,
Y o.,jt,,nr,y h Ia. . me d. do % 13 no...: a Ag 164
1. 7 Mikrohiclog4l. Lubaratmium Swltarnn
we Pra.~ownit dr.
LIP14'a'I , ;%
. ;,: ~, cztion oil fluom5cent. antibodies In studies on the
of eyeball. Pustapy big. rred, dosw. 19 no.3
 ) ~, MyJe *65
'67
~, Z Kliniki Ocznei AM we? Wroilawlu (Kierownik: prof. dr.
1
W.J. Kapuscinaki).
LIFNICKI. J.
Problems in control of disease in cattle in Poland. Ned.
wet, 6 no5t274480 Mar 1950. (CIML 20:1)
1. Warsaw.
LIPNICKI, J.
Diseases of the group of "Roelgr Mountain spotted fever". Mad. vat.
7 no.l.15 Jan 51 (GIML 2097)
1. Warsaw.
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7'( V e rn c ii
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colmtry: Pbland
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Affiliation:
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source: 'J'arsaw, Yedycyna '.,1etorynaryIna I. April 196, ) . 
!x,..a: "Control of Tuberculosis of Cattle in Various Countries and In
Poland."
LIPNICKIJ. J.F.
Treatment of seborrhea with navocaine. Prr.Ogl. darn. 49 no.6.505
508"62.
1. Z Bialoruskiego SkornoWonerymego Naukowobadawozego Instytutu
Dyrektor: akademik A.J. Prokopezuk.
(SEBORRM) (PROCAINE)
AUTHOR: LipnIk A A. 571211/19
TITLE: Exoiton Deoay on Interaction with Phonons in Atomic Semi
conductors (Raspad eksitona na fononakh v atomnykh
poluprovodnikakh).
PERIODICAL: Zhurnal Tekhnicheskoy Fiziki, 1957, Vol. 27, Nr 12,
pp. 27772779 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: In this paper the probability tkan exciton decay on an
interaction with sound oscillations is computed according to
the theory of quantum transitions, (using an approximated
effective mass). For the energy operator of' the interaction.
with the phonones the deformation potential of Bardin and
Shockley (Shokli) was employed, identical to reference 1:
HT=C1divU(r 1)  C2div 'U(r 2)1 C, and C2 denoting constants
and U(r) the displacement of a point of the continuum,
which is considered to have the shape of an elastic harmonic
wave. The wave function of the initial state, that, is the
product of the function waves of the exciton In its normal
state multiplied by the wave functions of the harmonic
oscillator, and then the wave function of the final state is
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is weak in an exciton and only little distorta the plane
waves of the parti,,les flying in different directions.
The matrix element of the transition in the ca3e of a phonon
absorption is wrJtton down and tho corresponding oquation
of probability (PAbuorption) is obtained. The complete
probability of decay (with absorption) is expressed as a
function of f, /A E) and (m2/m,)' It is known on the basis
of the conservation theorem of energy and momentum, that
the exciton as such is unable to decay; although it possesses
sufficient kineti,2 energy. For this process a phonon is
necessary, which ensures the satisfaction of the conservation
theorem of momentum, but does not add energy to the kinetic
energy of the exciton which is expended at decay. Using such
an approximation, it is shown, that the probability of a
decay with the omission of phonons is exactly equal to the
probability of a decay with absorption. From the equations
given here it appears, that the decay consists of three
stages: 1) The first part is proportional to C2 (corresponding
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to the interaction of the phonon with the electron.
2) The second part is proportional to C2 (interaction with
2
the hole) and 3) the third part is proportional to 20 1 C2
(caused by the Coulomb interaction of the electron
with the hole). After the integration has been completed,
the equation for the probability of decay P decay is obtained.
Finally two special cases are investigated, that is the case
of & > 1 and of f ~ co .
mI and m2 denote the effective masses of the electron and
the hole respectively. The diagrams for the curves of P decay
over 6 at various (C I/C2 ) and C2 are to be given in a
more detailed paper m2
Cr2 denotes  and 6
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Decrq of excitons on phonons in atomic semiconductors. Flastyer.
tela 1 no*5:726733 My 1599 (MIRA 12:4)
1. Chernovitskly otdol narodnogo obrasovaniya.
(Semiconductors) (R=itons)
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Lipnikq A. A.
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'Binding and Decay of the Mott E n Under Consideration
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of the Exact Coulomb Functions. I
PERIODICAM Fizika tverdogo telat 1966, Vol. 2, No. 9, pp. 20442047
TEXTt. The probabilities of decay and binding, P and P of a Mott
d b'
exciton at an acoustic phonon were calculated by the same author in
Refs. I and 2, where a plane wave approximation was made. The purpose of
the present work was to check these results while considering the exact
b0 Coulomb functions. The formulations of Ref. 1 have been used.
[Abstracter's Notet It is not possible to understand the equations
derived in this paper without a knowledge of the meaning of the symbols
iwhich are explained in Ref. 1 but not reproduced here.] The estimated
values of the following quantities are given in two tablesi steady
..concentratioji neof the electrons, steady concentration nh of the holes,
Pbf average lifetime Te of electrons, the number Hb of exoitons being
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Consideration ofthe Exact Coulomb Functions.I B004/BO70
bound and the number N d of decaying excitons, average lifetime of the
excitoneg and the value of d' The following parameters hold for
eff*
Table 1: ~ 5g/cm3, v  5jo5 cm/Bec; m = 0.25 m ; m _ 0.12 m
0 1 0 2 0 CO
CI~C 2:,2  5 ev; 6E  0.0025 ev. The following hold for Table 2: 5 9/cmi
V 30105 cm/se.01 m M M C1I%JC 7 ev; OE''0.15 ev.
0 1 2 0 2
Table Iqm1K
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100 21012 0.510A 0.41014 0.71014 0.91014
A 1.3.10.7 Jor7 0.6107 
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Professor A. G. Shmoylovich, M. I. Klinger, and L. L. Korenblit are
thanked for discussions. There are 2 figures, 2 tables, and 4 referencess
3 Soviet and I US.
ASSOCIATIONs Chernovitskiy Gosudarstvennyy universitet (Chernovtoy State
University)
SUBMITTED: FLebruary 12, 1960
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LIPNIK, A.A.
Bounding and decay of Mottla exciton on phonons and impurity
centers. Fiz. tver,, tela 3 no.8:23222330 Ag ,61.
(MIM 14:8)
1. Chernovitskiy gosudaratvennyy univvz,~itot.
(ExcitoneDecay)
(Phonons)
ACCESSION NR: AP4028431 6/0181/64/006/004AO68AO74
AUTHOR: Lip~~,. A. A.
7MLEz Some peculiarities.in the binding processes of the pair in excitons and theC.
decayof exciton to phonons. The effect of these,processes*on the.behavlor bf
nonequilibrium carriers
SOURCE: Fizikatyerdogo tela, v, 6, no. 4, 1964, lo681074
TO PIC TAGS: excitono phonono nonequilibrium carrier, exciton decay, Bose Einstein
,distribution, Haxwell distribution, Hottexciton
ABSTRACT: The author states that the role of excited states must be much smaller
inthobinding of exciton pairs*than in the capture of current carriers by impurity,
centeri'~ To t est this view, he has computed the'proibability of binding the
ex6i~b6izpair in the 2s state and of the transition of a Mott oxciton from the 2s to
tha.];~state* (to a phonon). This first, expressed in lifetime, depends weakly on
,the temperature., and at 4K is 2*109 aec in Ge) 1010 in Si, and 2olo12 in C;u2o.!.,
The.dissociation time of the 2s exciton at 4K is 108 see in Go., 2108 in Si, and
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AUTHOR: Lipnik# A* A.
TITLE: The capture of Mott.excitons by current carriers and the effect of zero and
negativemobility
SOURCE: Flzika tverdogo tela, v. 6. nos 4. 1964P 10751077
TOPIC TAGS: exciton capture3 Mott exciton) current carriers mobilityp drift
mobility, impurity center., dissociation probability
ABSTRACT: The author states that a sirhilar effect to the decrease in drift
mobility because of carrier capture by impurity centers must take place when elec
trons are "trapped" by holes (or vice versa)) i.evs when electrons and holes are
ibound together and are then freed during dissociation. He considers the temperature
rangewhere dissociation probability is much ereater than annihilation probabilitye
In this range the excitons are bound and rreed many times more frequently than
annihilation occurs* It becomes apparent that as the temperature declines and the
!hole concentration increases the effective mobility of electrons may become zero orl'
leven acquire a negative values The author considers.the effect of exciton capture
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the mobility of ons. The lifetime of free electrons is reduced'
y holes on
y dissociation at impurity centers. "In conclusion, I express my deep thanks to
Professors A. G. Samoylovich,, S.. G, Kalashnikov., and V. L. BonchBruyevich, to E.,1
Rashba, Doctor of the physical and mathematical sciences, and also to M. T.
e an S. A. Moskalenko., and V. A. Kovarskiy for discussing the work and for.
valuable suggestions." Orig* art. has: 9 formulas.
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TITLEs Method'.fo invesiA ation, of. excitons sed oniphototranai
tions between excit Wries
_~X_clrlon
SOURCE. Fizika tverdogo tela,:v. 6t no. 9, 1964, 27372744
TOPIC TAGS:. excitont recombination# laser actions a
phototrnsition,
cuprous oxide, photoionization
JABSTRAM Thelabsorptionof light by excitons is currently an im
1portant subject.becauselaser actionmay.be obtained more easily by
the.use of recombinationat,exciton states. The present paper de
iscribes a method for,inveatigating excitons based on the interseries
.'transitions~.(IT).. Pirate the experimental conditions for the obser
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rvation of XT ate established4 For C*u 0, illuminations of 330
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