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82671 S/080/60/033/007/018/020 A0O3/A001 I o 0 AUTHORSt Markovskly, L. Ya jarkevich, 101. S. Tl=t The DeUrolnetlon of the Softening Temperatures in the Beryllium- Boron System In the Region Rich in Beryllium PERIODICAL: Zhurmal prikladnoy kh1m1i. 1960, Vol. 33, No. 7, PP. 1667-1669 TEXT: The diagram of fusibility of a beryll -1 t2r2a system in the region rich In beryllium (up to 50 atomic % B) was studied. The experiments were carried out on preparations obtained by sintering powders of boron and ber7llium. The-.borldes wore synthesized from pure B and Be containing 99.4% B and 99.8% Be, respectively. The samples with a cross section of 2 x 2 mm and 10-15 = long were heated by electr1c current. The measurements were carried out In a flow of chemically pure argon with a MOF-48 (MOP-48) microoptical pyrometer. The softening temperature was determined for all compositions starting from pure beryllium to a compound with 50 atomic % B. To the composition BeB2 (66.6% atomic % B) this method is not applicable due to semiconductor properties of this compound. Samples with the composition Be% have such a high electric resistance that they cannot be heated by current to the temperature required. Card 1/2 ~_00_ S/08D/60/033/007/018/020 AOO3/A001 The Determination of the Softening Temperature in the Beryllium-Boron System In the Region Rich in Beryllium The curve obtained has extrema for the composit kns Be5B and Be2B. The data show that the melting point of borides is 70-8D C above their softening temperature. The comparison of the softening temperature with the data obtained by metallographle Investigation shows that the eutectles corresponds to the minimom of the curve (.--11 atomic % B), and the Individual chemical compounds to the maxims (16.5 atomic % B and 33.0 atomic % B). The eutectics which LX omelets, according to roentgenographic data, of ber7llium metal and the Ir-phase, in a mixture of blue-silvery grains of beryllium and rose-colored grains of the 6-phase. There is I graph and 8 referenves: 7 Soviet and I German. ASSOCIATIM Gosudarstvennyy inaltut prikladnoy khimii (State Inditute of Applied Chemistry) SUBMITTEDt December 21, 1959 Card 2/2 MWEVICH, G. S. Cand Chem Sci -- "Study of the beryllium-boron system." Len, 1961 (Len Order of Lenin State Uzxiv im A. A. Zhdanov). (KL. 4-61, 197) _73- cc' WI __7GW i!Ujj4z:7;~ ISSIOW. 079,.. raw 00 VIP 164-:` 62 62 e Xiikevicb* Ob- SA 'A - s 4 a 3,: ~rpjerties: of wind directing snow 3 1444 0 ynsl~ _ ~ iSsRi iibirAois, Otdal f, OURCEI - -AN SO 4A takhnic anyao.Izvest a!i r b8skikh 2 1965 123-131 ~ ' TOPIC TAGS.. Balm aerodynamic design, wind direction Instrumen wind vzlocit.. t Vind directing eviceD-are used.extensi, Oly for the snow protection of _ roads,:And, enterprises 'iA:t . he Yar North of the' Soviet.Union; The protection is the-e'Oficient'use of the power,of wind for the removal of snow from the suar ed section.~:A general description of the experimental procedures is followed by a presentation and discussion of.the results of experiments within wind tunnels and the results of teRt operation of-wind directing snow shields. Results show. that-. 1) such devices.exhibit good.laerodynamical properties; 2) the efficier~cy'o -devices.: is etermined.-* the magnitude. of the maxivp~mvalocity jucr beft Such d bind the shield And the length,of the snov-free region-, 3) panel inclinstions.up -~to 300 from the vertical do not affect significantly the performance of the'abield i~' -.Angles beyond 300-result in a sharp 'decline in eff iciencyj 4) auxiliary viud rd 1/2 H) -E('~ - AUTHORSt Kvitchenko, I. P., Markevich, I. S. 131-23-5-3/16 Shaf erman, M. Ya. TITLEs Application of Natural Gas in the Manufacturing of Fire- Clay Products (Primeneniye prirodnogo gaza v proizvodstve shamotnykh izdeliy) PnIODICAL% Ogneupory, 1958, Vol. 23, Nr 5, pp~ 2P1-204 (USSR) ABSTRACTs The thermal power of the natural gqs from the Stavropol, place of discovery is 8500 kcal/ n2. Its chemical composition in % i83 CH 4 -97,81 C2H6 -051 03 Ha -0,3 0 4H10 -0,1; N 2 -1,3, The work department n. 5 of the Bemiluksk works has rotary driers, air heaters for tunnel drying plants, periodic kilns for burning products and clay into fire-c3W, shaft furnaces, an annular kiln and a central boiler plant. The department needs 4500 M3 of natural gas per hour for firing the above aggregates. The pressure in the gas 1-inefor natural gas is 4-6 atmospheres excess pressure. In the heat plants with high gas consumption RD pressure regulators are used additionally. In figure I such a pressure regulator, built into an annular kiln, is shown. Periodic kilns and rotary dders are equipped Card 1/2 with low-pressure torches which permit to regulate the gas Application of Natural Gas in the Manufacturing of Fire- 131-23-5-3/16 Clitr Products supply from lo to 6o m3 / per hour (figure 2). The :drings of the steam boilers as well as of the rotary driers and hea- ters are equipped with gas burners of the type Tsarik as can be seen from figure 3- In figure 4 the scheme of the gas supp- ly to the chamber of an annular kiln is shown. A gas firing for a loo ton periodic kiln can be seen in figure 5. and in figure 6 a gas firing for a rotary drier of an output of 12-14 tons per hour is shown. Furthermore the equipment of kilns with gas burners is described in detail. In figure 7 curves of the burning of products byzeans of generator and natural gas in annular kilns is shown and in figure 8 the same curves by means of solid fuel andlaatural gas. By the change-over to natural gas the finish of the products impro- ved and also the waste portion has been reduced to about half its value. Also the quality of fire-c3V improved con- siderp1ly, the same as its water-absorbihg, capacity. The dry- ing period in the tunnel drying plants was reduced by 6% the same as the waste. There are 8 figures. ASSOCIATIONt Semilukekiy ogneupornyy zavod (Semiluki Works for Refractories) AVAILILBLEs Library of Congress Card 2/2 1. Metallur= 2. Fuels 3. Natural gas 15(2) SOV/1 3 1 -59-s-'5/'4 AUTHORSt Kvitohenkt,, I. P., Marke--rich, I. S. TITLEt Machine for Setting Glass Beams PERIODICALt Ogneupory, 1959, Nr 8, Pp 350-3-54 (USSR) ABSTRACTs In the Semiluki Plant a maching for setting glass beams was designed in 1955 following a suggestion by T, Ye. Trofimov, which however proved to be imperfect. At present, a second improved model has been designed, by means of which che fur- nace can be filled up to the vault, thus leading to an In. crease in the output. Figure 1 shows the appearance of such a setting machine. Its capacity amountd UP to 40 t per seven- hour shift. Figure 2 gives a general view of the machine, and figure 3 illustrates the kinematic scheme of the latter; finall~~ it is described in detail. Its small size and high mobility are particularly pointed out. It is capable of lifting a glass beam from any position and placing it up to a height of 3 m. The machine is operated by one person. There are 3 figures. ASSOCIATION: Semilukskiy ogneupornyy zavod (Semiluki Plant for Refractory Card 1/1 Products) Ogg ego *oa =,00 664:1 - w-AMMAMM& WAAJL U %& 06- -4M" . 4 -M p , , P as. Sb~ bw - zdi~- - 777. AL R.M., V, sell 10 - ; ; i 4 a 'i I M 4 AV 41 diQat 0,00 .10.1"& I -00 ", ~ roe 0 00* Are* ,Zoo 00 goo LI 1.00480 pip 4ww Vag mostill ONE am All 'A ;rag q T 000000000 00000 669000006*000*0fte of." **a I-,- t!'Iep~ O'D of t 008 WW2 -0-111-aii fps 6 W - -00 so .00 .06 -00 00 see too go* . "me Of . Mr. .10 1 1318 - W on $be t . "W"*01 In lbr 114 A "Aft. W4 r =IMMIOMMOM Shbami, "W raw- "62 4who imp., Whartha vishwo-hom mliaw CJ With M. 0. 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SSR,, 1949, No. 5t P. 105-112p (Resume in Latvian), - Bibliogs 29 item SOt U-5240, 17 Dec. 53, (Letopis IZhurnal Inykh Statey, No. 25, 1949). A 4. .Lfo~ tz is i~ igm io I I r, t -al)qy fAzychuy-y zhurnal, v. I - 0, no. 1, 1965, 27 TOMC TACUS: cadmito zuUidej, single cxjatal, photocurreut, noise upectrtm, phot~- responcle spe-atrum A MTROT *. The contact uolat, of CO Aug-Le c-~,ataifs eirpuilmeI witb variouu obtaic electrodes was investigated. Urd i lie in ot he r q tiW ip I, b t ~-,,nt ac t no I a e w a r. veparated frm the "b-y -u, s ~A vg ~7i p, ~j apectmm of the pbot-t!t~~ Inte-mity Tfw--, t t,anM a"I Es ~y v i tthe r. 0 j rvethodz aT -pr-,~pariug 7(11,S -a crf, tAc urjvwzaio are- dosarlbW* The form of tbe ftwoti&v-ed F.Upples ap-6 -tive!Lff tidatrad6a in illuatratod in Fig. I of the 'Rnclwure, Which show algc, Uhia ACCEUION firl: AIP5W-1320 block diWam of the measurmaent set-ups Th . e noiLe and photorespowe RpectrIL rV 'Wien in the frequen(7y range F-vn 2 cpg tD I A" 2 -ps the 4 p t 0 b t~ either by vre lil iv I ::r. el,.ectrodu Pr-?P--r-n-tI.Lkr1Li ~i-i. u~:, ts Thc iioit:e Epectrum W~~ GtoreEponae W07- u-Ifter from -leoret rl;~ large f ph to a, Jalues of 6Vfil >> I (IN -- numbar of carriers in the semple7 dN2 -- cUaperaicn cf A. vhe cjpnier number) were observeel. thcOrY Tie!-5 INL/N Measurements havL. ShcVi~ o.,' thv -onts--ts n Y Y ne ve-rintlons T In these quantit'JAG 4re to inhmogefteitien Ln the cryatUs. "The authors axe tbar&"al to Academician V. ve. Laahkcar I av for v-,duable rmaxks. 0r.11.6 . art, 6 figures, 7 forwillp-P,, -m;~ 1 tab~,~, q8fir)les with eleCb:oO--S, L 1-41b200-6b T / E 7*-.' ( t ) /1ET IIJP(C) JD ACC NRs AP6018336 SOURCE CODE: 030/66/013/001/0025/0036 :/0 7 AUTHOR: Korsunakayao N, Ee; Markevichq I, V.; Sheinkman, M, K, 73 B ORG: Institute of Semiconductors, Academy of Sciences of the -Ukrainian SMI, Kiev 0 0 1~ TITLE: Photorhomical reactions in CdS single crystals at low temperatures SOURCE: Physics status solidi, V. 13, no. 1. 1966, 25-36 TOPIC TA03: photoconductivityx recombination reactiono electron trapping, low temperature effect, av;~ca mium "Um sulfide crystalo SO, *0 M~F'0 A33STRACT: The investigation of glow curves under various illumina- tion conditions in cadmium sulfide single crystals (previously annealed, at high temperatures) shows that the photochemical formation of new trapping centers arises at +20 to -100C. In the same temperature range, the now "sensitizing" recombination centers, having small capture crone sections for electronep also arise due to the photo- 1/2 L 3626o-66 ACC NR' AP6018336 21. chemical reaction, This causes the photoconductivity to be increased - by a factor of 2 to 100. The investigation of the kinetics of trapping., and recombination processes by various methods makes it possible to determine a number of parameters for the new trapping and recombina- tion centers, The authors thank Professor V, E. Lashkare for his Interest In this work and valuable discussions and Dr,, W, Borchardt. and Dr, J, V010, for helpful discussions. Orig. art. has& 6 figiwes, 2 formulas,, and I table, (Based on authors' abstract) [NT] SUB CODE: 20/ SUBM DATE: 03Sep65/ ORIG REP: 006/ OTH REF: 01 ACC NR- AP7006037 sowdL 6 69 66-A 6 i um/o38f/66160 /0 / / 6 NAUMOVO S. L.t MAMVICHI K. V-p KieY Institute of Eng,-*Sneers of Ci,#Jl Aviation (Kiyw~vwlmftiifl~-_zhenorov &cazhdanakoy aviaUii) ."Electroinductive Inspection of Work Parts Subjected to Tensile Str9sess"I Sverdlovsk, Defektoskopiya, No 9, 1066, pp 37-30 Abstracts The Scientific Research Laboratory of the Kiev Institute of Engineors of Civil Aviation used MUD-type devices, aerially manufactured by the I(ontrol'pribor Plant, for contactloas determination of residu I ,stresses in specimens and work parts subjected to tensile strosso aI :Uch as the fastening bolts of aircraft engine cylinders. The dimensions of !the specimens (made of stool 40) were taken so as to suit the dimensions of the device's pickups, and a groove serving as a stress concentrator was cut in the specimens. These tests showed that MID type devices are aensi- tivo to changes that occur in a metal on the elastic-deformation section of the P-At diagram (stroas-stain diagram). The findings are in satis- factory agreement with the conclusions of K. P. Delay (Upruglye, Teplovyye, i Elektricheakiyo Yavloniya v Ferromagnitnykh Motallakh, M., Goatekhizdat, 1951) that elastic stresses cause the processes of reorientation of spon~ taneoub magnetization which.may involve irreversible changes in the magntti- zation. vector of the domains, changes that cause magnotoolastic hysUreals..7 r Card 1/2 uDc, 620-179-14 09,A 70x"?Y- M, Thus, 121ID-type'devices diap'-lay a definite sensitivity to changes in the mechanical parameters of tho material of specimens and boltm during their loading. The interaction between the device's readings and the change in Ahe strength properties of the material may be exp*lained by a theory sug- gested'by N. A. Akulov (Dislokateii i Plastichnost', Minsko lad. AN BSSRp~ ..1961).according to which the patterns of variation in mechanical par&- ,.,j neters as a function of the stress applied are largely analogous to the*.-. patterne.of variation in the corresponding isagnetic characteristics# Orig. art. hass' 4 figures* LJ-PRSs 36g72�7 TOPIC TAGS: tensile stress, elastio deformation, magnetization SUB COM 20 / SUBM DAM O8Deo65 ORIG REF: 004 A -,?-T T TT f - I n f 1. .1L LYT " F. 1, Lj~~3a~x- J3.1.L LU IVT ACC NRs "]W?OW.538-- SOURCE CODEE: IM76.--"W/66/664/0.10/0409/0413 'D AUTHOR: Markovich, L. A.; Sokolova, Ye. S. ORG: State Institute of Nitrogen InductlZ (GosudarstvenrWy igoitillk.azotnoy proWsh-, lennosti)-,~ TITLE: Gas-liquid coexistence curve for sulfur hexafluoride ear its critical point SOURCE: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fiziki~~ SIM& v redaktoiyu. Prilozbeniye., Vo 42 DO* lop 2966., 409413 TOPIC TAGS: critical point., critical pressurej, phase transition,, sulfur compound, fluoridep phase diagram ABSTRACT: In connection with numerous recent attempts to determine the shape of the ,coexistence curve near the critical point,, the authors obtained exact data on the gas-liquid equilibrium of specially porified (99.995% or better) GF6 in the tempera- ture interval Ter - T = 0.001 - 0.8=. The investigations ;were made with previously- described apparatus- (Zh. Fix. Wall. v. 401, 264, 106),, which me iqproved to in- crease the eXper accuracy. 7he absolute tez,?emture,, the temperature of the vanishing of me of_theL j$jaxesp the volume,, and the critical mol&r volume were mea- 0e002Cp *0.05% and * 0.2% respect. y. The value obtained ,,4pped acammte toJLQMp Ave], 4ho &utbors for the cr1t 0surep no are 3j, 38-30 * 0-003j, am 10.0 * 0.4't Ively, 2M reoults show that the co- existence curve of BF6 Is givou In the bster"a Ter - T III O.OOD - 0.050C by the equao- t1cD T - Ter - Q(v - var).. On jpIn bWaA O.OWC from the critic" pointp the curve L 10943-67 ACC Nit, AP?=538 chaMes am)othV to form T - 7~r - 0(v - Ver )3 P end retains this fOm uP to Ter - T -9 obtain a single equation for the coexistence curve m 0.5C. It is conclWed that tt thr critical point it Is necessmy to UM into acewint bi tam in the series of the fUnft1:bn'(ap/bv)T,, & task bfWand the meow of this Investigation. The authors tbank 1* R.'Mricheraw- and G.Aj.- Yefromma fcw I.abezwxt wA advice. Orig. art e ba* 2, figWes and I UPI. am, Cwz:: 2D/ 'em w=r,,'-,'29AmO6/:-. 0051~. 0m w: wo OM MWI J Card PJ2 RMZKIN, V.; NAFXMCH , L. Y01- - Ir,?eot of phomp"te m1ministration on the biochemical cb&Wo In workirg muscles. Ukr.blokhlm.xhur. 32 no.lr77-82 160. (KMA 13--6) 1. Section*of Biochemistry of the Leningrad Research Institute of Physical Oulture. (PBDMNMS) (NUSMS) VA 9 L.Ya. ROC-OMNP V.A* Itfluence of the use of phosphates on the amount of phosphocreatinet 9:Lycogenj, and lactic acid in the muscles in antuala. BW. eksp. biol. i =ed. 49 no. 6:58-63- Je 160. NnU 14:41, I* Iz sektora biokhimii (zave - prof, WA, lakoviev) Leningradskogo wuchno-ioBledovateliskogo-inatituta fizkulltary(dir. - kand.medi- -tainskikh nauk V.Ye. Ryzhkova).' Predstavlons, deystv. chlenon AMN SSSR S.V..Anichkovym. (PHOSPHATES) (MUSCLE) (GLYCOM) (LAC'r C ACJD~L (CREATINEPHOSPHORIC ACTD) ok 05301 16(1) 30V/170-5q-8-lP_/i8 AUTHOR: Markevich M,G.., TITLE: On Some Problems of Oecmetry of Masses PERIODICAL: Inzhenerno-fizicheskiy zhurnal, 1959, Nr 8, pp 95 - 102 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The wzthor studies geometrical configurations conneoted with distribution of masses in a solid body. He Introduces a new conception of the main point of a plane de fin ed as the projection onto this plane of its pole constructed relative to the central gyration inertia ellipsoid of a solid body. He introduces a new definition of the permanent axis as an arbitrari- ly chosen axis in space, passing through one main point. He studies distribution of permanent axes in space by considering a bundle of straight lines with a center in point K with co-ordinates xk, Yk and zk relative to the coordinate system superposed on the main central axes of inertia of the body. It is shown that the problem of finding the main axes of inertia for a chosen pole is reduced to the problem of constructing an autopolar right-angled tetrahedron relative to the central gyration ellipsoid of inertia of the body with an apex of a right trihedral angle in the given Card 1/2 pole. A new curve of the third order is obtained, shown in Figure 1. the On Some Problems of Geometry of Masses 05301 SOV/170-59-8-12/18 shape of which depends on the distribution of masses in the solid body. This curve represents the locus of the main points of a bundle of straight lines passing through the point K. There are: 1 graph and 6 references, 3 of which are Soviet and 3 French. ASSOCIATION: Vzeso3ruznyy zaochnyy institut inzhenerov transports (All-Union Correspondence- Course Institute of Transport Engineers), Brest. Card 2/2 MAITTEVICH, N. M. 33899. Ryeshyeniye Zadachi 0 Napoluyenii I Oporozhnyenii Sosudov Pyeryerye-rwgr, Oblyx---a gzhimayemym Gazom, Svyazannoy 5 Raschyetom Nyekotorikh MyeWnanizmov Upravlyeniya. Uchyen. Zapiski, (Lyeningr. Cos. Un-t Im. Zhdanova), Syeriya Matyem. Nauk. Ur. 17,1949, C. 217-58. SO: Letopis' ZhurnalInykh Statey, Vol. 46, Xoakva, 1949. MnMICH, N.M. Solving the problem of filling and emptying v&rIable-volume "s- oals with compressed gases in connection with calculation of mom serwasechnismas, UthelikPoLen.un. no.114t217-256 149* (NM 1023) (G&3es. Zinetic theory of) (Servomechanisms) ITJ, / WWT, T.G.; MAMVICE, N.M. Fjftflecff;r~ W'U've suamry In ftlishl. Test. from a wall weakened by an aperture [with IM no,19:98-105 057. (KIRA 11:1) (Shook waves) SOV/124-58-11-12399 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Mekhanika, 1958, Nr 11, p 64 IUSSR) AUTHOR: 'WiTkv-ui~ N. M. TIT LE: Experimental Investigation of the Unsteady Motion of a Gas During Leakage From a Pressure Vessel (Eksperimentallnoye issledo, a- niye neustanovivshegosya dvizheniya gaza pri istechenii iz sosuda) PERIODICAL: Uch. zap. LGU, 1957, Nr 217, pp 185-194 ABSTXACT: The paper describes the schematic arrangement of an experimental equipment and the methodology of conducting the experiment. A com- parison between the experimental results and the results of theoretical calculations, which was made on the assumption of a quasi --stationary leakage process, gave sufficiently good agreement with a 50/0 degree error of measurement. A. L Lushkare% Card 1/1 MPjf,>~EOCH, N-M - 100) PHASH I BOOK EXPLOITILTION SOV/3518 Kovalev, Maksim Antonovich, Aleksandra Vasillyevna Belova, Natallys Mikhaylovns. Harkevich and Vera Gennadlyevna land-n 1~ BukovQdstvo k laboratornym rabotaL po serogazodinamike (Laboratory Practice Manual on Aero-Gae-Dynamics) [leiiingrad] Izd-vo leningradskogo univ., 1959. 175 p. 2,,5W copies printed. Sponsoring Agency: Leningrad. Universitet. Ed. (Title page): I. P. Ginzburg, Professor; Ed. (Inside book): N. 1. Pusorgina; Tlech. Ed.: Ye. G. Zhukova. PURPOSE: This is a textbook for university students. It v&y also be useful to students of schools of higher technical education and to engineering and technical vorkers of scientific rvsearch laboratories. COVEPAGE: The book describes basic laboratory experiments in applied aero- dynwdca and Sao dynamics. It contains a detailed description of 26 experi- ments, 14 experiments in subsonic aerodynamics (Part I) and 12 experiments Card 1/6 Laboratory Practice Manual (Cont.) SOV/3518 in gas dynamics (some of which are supersonic) and hydrodynamics (Part 11). Each description contains basic theoretical principles, experimental methodsland the data obtained. Part I was writlien by M. A. Kovalev. Part I-1 and Zxperiments 1, 2', 3 and 4 by V. G. Landman; axperiment 5 by A. V. Belova and V. G. IALndman; Hxperiments 6. 8, 9 and 10 by A. V. Belova; and Experi- ments 7. 11 and 12 by N. M. ~krkevich. Other authors in this field mentioned are A. K. Martynov, D. S. Gershenin,, D. S. Villker,, and S. G. Popov. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preface PART I. I"RkTORY EXPERIMENTS IN SIMSONIC AERODYNAMICS Introduction 5 6 Some Information on Experimental Aerodynamics Short description of a wind tunnel 6 Measuring the velocity of airflov in wind tunnels 7 Determining aerodynamic characteristics of streamlined bodies 11 card 2/ 6 Laborator7 Practice Manual (Cont.) SOV/3518 Experiment 1. Calibration of airflow measuring instruments 17 Experiment 2. Investigating pressure and velocity fields in the working section of a wind tunnel 26 Experiment 3- Influence of the shape of a body on drag coefficients 31 Experiment 4. The flow over a sphere and determining the turbulence of a flow in a tunnel 35 Experiment 5. Determining the distribution of pressure on the surfaae of a body in a flow, and computing the drag coefficient along the pressure distribution 45 Experiment 6. Investigating the interference of bodies In a flow 53 Experiment 7- Investigating the effect of elongation on the drag coeffIrAent of plates 58 Card 3/6 laboratory Practice Yanual (Cant.) SOV/3518 Experiment 8. Determining the aerod.W=lc cberacteristice of vings 61 Experiment 9. Investigating the effect of elongation on the aerodynamic. dharacteristics of wings 70 Experiment 10. Investigating the influence of a wing's sweepbsek on its aerodynamic characteristics 73 Experlaent 11. Investigating the influence of mechanization of a wing on its aerodynamic characteristics 75 Experlaent 12. Determining the aerodynamic characteristics of aircraft 76 Experiment 13- Investigating the influence of design parameters of a winged body on its aerodynamic characteristics 78 Experiment 14 Determining the, aer6dynamic cmvw,-t wing according-A6 pressure diARWion 80 PART II. LABORMRY EXPERMNTS IN AMWDYNAN:rCS AND Card 4/6 !Aboratory Practice Manual (Coat.) SOV/3518 Introduction 9D Experiment 1. Determining the resistance coefficient A of a smooth straight conduit as a function of the Reynold's number. Determining coefficients of local resistance 91 2xperiment 2. Determining the drug coefficient of a diaphragm 92 Experiment 3. Unsteady outflow of a liquid from a reservoir 100 Experiment 4. Ylxw of water over a wide dam 109 Experiment 5.- Investigating pressure fields, velocitiespand teaWer- atures of a supersonic stream 113 Experiment 6. Flow of air in a conical conduit 326 Experiment 7. Determining experimentally the friction coefftclent of a rectilinear circular conduit through which a steady stream of air is flowing 133 Card 5/ 6 Laboratory Practice Flanual (Cont. ) SOV/3518 Experiment 8. ftersonic flow over bodies of various shapes and a comparison of their drag coefficients 14o Experiment 9. Deteridning the resistance coefficient and drag co- efficient of an axiallyq6mmetric body at various Mach numbers 144 Experiment 10. Determining the resistance coefficient Cx of a rhomboid airfoil as a function of the mach number 149 Experlwnt 11. Determining pressure in a tank , as a function of time, when air to flowing out of It w1th various local resistances at the outlet 156 Experiment 12. Hydraulic shock AVAnABIZ: Idbrary of Congress 163 AC/fal card 6/6 5-.4-6o 23(4) 23 (5) AUT90% Lyalikov, TITLI: Successes of Sovigs L2satr9p!%*:ogr&phy (UNPOW sov*ts- xojr slaktrofatografli) A S01*3tiftc and T*caDte^l Can- ferance on 4usations of Electrograpby (Vouch".tak"I. chesitays konlerentalys Vo vogrosam eIjktroSr4fIL) U ralli I kinematoZrafiis FMIOVICJLL: Zhurnal asuchnoy I priklodnoy foU 1959. Val 4. Nr 2. Py 149-15. ) C, LIV.TR,;.'.T: This is an account of a scientific aad technical con. foremas an slectrography, !:* first to be hold In the Soviet union GIUI evident'-y to the world. It was organ- &sed In vilonjus an Decs:;ter '-6-' .9. 1958 by the Soviet narodnogo khozj"stva Litovskoy aSR (counail rar Nation" Economy of the LI-buanlan GZR), 4~he Gasudarat. ven"y sauckno-takhnichtski.7 koaltst Goveta ministroy Litawskay 33R (Ztatk Scientific and Technical Committee the CQU04LI of r4ciatera 0: the Lithuanitz Z~A) and thi NauctZO-Issledovatol'skly InaUtut sloktrograrij (Scientific Research Institute of Elsatrograpby). The conferencet otteciled ty over 300 scientific war. It CLO'd by the De;uty Chairman of the Council of the Lithuanian S5R P.4. after which the director of the Institute rVI'leNrWaphy, I.I.Zhilevich. reviewed the state a" prospects for development of ol*CtrOgrAphy to the U.,3R. He stated that research In this field shouls be carried out along ~he following lines: a) a search for now pboto-activ* materials with high deric rosits"o; b~ 1hyaLcal reze&rcb into the internal photooff*ct. c evelopment of photosexicanductor layers; 4) do- rot the theory of the sl2rophoto4raphic ;%1N."V 6-3_'111110v 11"Ing Isc, for I.G. 1,*po,,.) report a which he SuLzested detvrzlnl~; tLy .r itLvity of elactrophotorra;hIC lay*rs to rOZ .' (ffp4sA.,Af.s::O for I.I.Z T L.I,Evn,ko - I Carkavich _kjje,!jch. ,415) 9-A.0- I Z. Kalicattakwas 'F"I O.U. r PortGz-Uz-W=Wr#s* rcT'-on the s*nsItIZ3-1q, SH" sozicozuctor in el*ctrct;hctci;r&pbLjc layers. V.:,-. a lq4k 0 gave a report on hiL:"y ssnsj~tjv, gleatraphoto- 9.1-h1i eyers and an el9ctrophoto-!opyjaC davits. and .12.0941the rorzatlan process of -h, i,tv,t *Iectro- botoarapbje Image on tr~* basis f ,f the zOZ4 10 also descrlb*4 the dasigt of an qjvet_~&o%hsQr7- gLtaz#t*r for 44teraining seasittv-,ty ty -he POrlod of ch.Ar9O aft the surface of tho jayer. sod -b* cjrc~jt f so *1*ctro;batcFrz;!xic -,p7ing device. LaLUOY finished describing the lattir &Md then s;cke an tt.0 ause:-uucs and kinetics of 'he -4qv&lo;z*nt or %i~q latent lectrophotographic izaev in I'llu'd developers. ra-rd 3/1C 1*77 &we ::enooo! SoWL: t,219c troth agraphy; A Scientific and Technical c 1:1. Nnf: n quo t 002 of atrography gil-vi- d scribed some of the features of the . .. .91-1,120T.F. cathode of electruhot Craphic do- volopment. Tu. 9mrpeahka, devoted a r:port to the crit:rson of ILGht sensitivity of the sletrophotou-rophic prac so. After the reports, a discussion took place an methods of determining the liGht sonaltivity of olactrophatcGrophle layers. A.U. Cherarshov spoke on the prospects of devolopl.14; polygraTM processes using electric and magnetic forces. 0.V. 3ronow (speakinZ also for I.I. ZhilevLeh, A.A%_jukhjj.-rA. Gorday*vo. .4.3 Pausha and Tu. 1. Kevalaytis ) report*4-anl the aevol;p- oWnt of eletrophatorr-ophic reproducing equipment. A.3. Pausha (speaking also for I.!. ZbLLI~rieh, A.S B - vIch, N.U. G*_Uvidika and X.Z.Hautleausk") rr;orot*V a the use of aTOctrographic mortfitas in recordiza : 0 illographs and other recording Uistrumanto. P. in) spoke an jWhonka (speaking also for L.N, _ the possibility of else trophowgraphically recording images from electron-beas tubat. L.3. jQr0l;.(s;!4akiu& also for ' 111CLIZIO, T.I. to-zlovskaya.. 1. gaiinausk-sa-~77M lwa*ns. and Z XoqW&ms) gav-e-rdefailvd descriptiois of labor- &;or7 "a machine methods of producing photossalcovluc- t r papers (zinc oxide was used). A.A.73 also for I.I. Zhilevich, O.V. Grosov nthlz (spoldrk; rd*y*v N.T. FLUtov and T.N. qf.L) described . Ib.rater7 and industrial machine for prod.';Iag phot*S&JMiCOJMdUCtor rs. T..;,. Zhlshklaa (~;waktcg also for ra.A. 7sps I JEEajn) reported on a-MeThod of examining a ectraphotograph1c "a 'L materials usinG an a/. bridge. S.I. Khot 3ZOTiCh (speaking also for &A. Glkets and I.S. ~4 kons) spoke an developing m&teflOa for ol*ctr,.P. aPitraphy. a" f* 0 rvvloptrs ;Lvic; a graphy, includirs M "r-. a. B.I. Tikhouav revievol cathode of sloctroaCsiv.rc potentials of cloctrophato- . stressing that the osclllati&Z electrode gr. .he d plated abovw a layer with varying poten- tisl .. this B.7. 9 ..Uses self-d1ac- _ra~V3"m (ape z lea for R..!.q=vc7. A.4"Arial-poy aTLI I* f"t:) spoke an the 7rac.1c; o. ;roducinG v;1_ S. I= voteen papers in an electrostatic flede end shoved Beatles produced by the Grlgls!~Okmya ;3por factory. I~. i 11.1gravokly t--em Cove a !--istorical review a.' too dive o;Z14"t 0.1 electrogra;h1c Zetr.0-1a 1= shich he ;aid tribute to the war,, of the Scionti!1c ROBO[Lrch Itit4to of Klectrogra;hy in Til-rTua ar-1 -he Inatitut Pollcr%fl- VAG!4es- BuildinZ Institute 0!3scow)). ~#batos w*rt thou hold Card 6/10 0 0 a 0 sit A A kd a --goo a 0 AU.N.- M- a 0. As ou ~N4""%. M. 1P 0 *00 Ulve. 1-0"01* 10,410 k'a.o. 2'0 4'j 4- e v. A-lb a Ch. AM a 0-0 Aj'e"' .11 . ". k . I -0 us ia z Ho -g-:'l A 2; fill, 0 A .2:1 A MONA* 0"o 1-4 .= 2.2 0 tm~ 1~ .4 0 N KuH v 1 -0 0 -- 0 1 1 so v --ojs Han IOU .4 0 0 -0, a ch ~ Z 4 0 0.'..Z A i - rvn .-EPI-C-u~ CA .4 "99c'0 10 - -6 A.4 r. to.*~ Z; ---% -d -d 1; "4 00 0 0 IV* 0, Sum 9,42 0 A.6 Ex .0, "s .0 l..W '3 a gku N *4 . 0 a A av: ': ID0 W.Al h-W S J A j:'Jj;. f -35 I D~o 4 '. -:J' t"'13221 '% 3 & .4 40. - j-. -. 4 - I " & 0 0:3 0. 1. a o' to ; ell Us X1. I - o La VA&P suk-sh :low UP I-IQ03-8-6 EW(I)/EWT(M)/BD --AFFTC/ASD- -Pc-h--RM, ACCESsrow NRt-AP=1488 3/0195/63/004/002/0307/03:Ll PTHORi Markevich; 'N. NO; Putseyko, -Ys. K. I'1 TLE i The effect 'of oxygen froin the air-on the adsor.-ption-of dyes by zinc Diide M, SOURCI i Kinetika i kataliz, v. 4, no ~2, 1963, 307 311, TOPIC TAGS4 oxygen,; polyvinylbutyril, adsor_ption.of dyes, zinc oxide The effect of oxygen from the air..Xith an adhiicture of i~olyvinylbutxzlll 03i -t1!0 adsor tion. of aoid and brSio dyes, wak"investigated on..the.sensitive raicro- _p oyrstals of sino oxide.: It was-found that i m- ontrast to the prinoip al dyes which affect the character- of the adjaMtionjisotherms of acidic dyes with zinc oxide. oxygen from'the air also affeots.the adsorption. On the basis of these. experiments, 7~the conclusion 'vras drawn that the oenters responsible for -the 7. ads orption of,acidio-dyes_which sensibilized the.photoeiffeot otthese dyes and of, zinc- oxide, are the chemosorbed particles Containing oxygen,in their compoBi- tion. -The admixture of polyvinylbutyril not only lowers. the adsorption on the zinc, oxide,--but also-changes the direction, of the adsorption-isotherm. Apparantly th e observed effects are due to the fact that molecule3 of polyvinylbutyril are adsorbed on the surface of zinc oxide causing a partial displacement of D-Vgen. Card, 1/2 ------------- 1%1-~~~lli~;~~'?-~c~'~-2~,!~'-Iil'."~~,~'tf.161-i~,~ll.~i~!9~~-i'7i~,-~ ; lwlrl~.1-1-11w~,~dor~iiiiNZ~T-~ill~~ TEXT f k a urrent Increase and decrease in mi6roorystal 1 The inaties of pbot c ~Iine'ZnO films (10.- 50~0 was studied in air, In high vacuum and also in -..,-,,,.the presence of a high-moleoul ar bind-sr. The film investigatdd were pro- dtioed from pure ZnO-powder (brands M-1 Iand Ka hlbaum) and ZnO obtained by air and by decomposition of zinc carbonate at 600 - I 6 50 00. The films were deposited as ethanol~suspeneions on glass or quartz latea provided with Pt oontacta. Polyvin7lbutyral polyvinylacetate) poly;- vinylacetate-mothylmethaerylate copolymer, vynallte, and otherswere used -Photoconduction relaxation was measured with a taumeter (time -1 5#10-6 - 10 -2 sea). The eamples were irra .diatedwith mon-chromatic ~~i interva. 0 Mo dulated a- W_2 (UFS-2) 00 pe) light from a Hg-lamp filtared with an filters at -inten itiea of 101-3 10-4..w7 cm2. The results obtained speak in'. r d a 1/2 s/18IJ63/005/004/636/047.- ors on the*',-. o2/,D 186, Ef f so t of bind B1 1.;-~-~~; fa4or of a -bimol"ecu-lar-recombin3tion mechanism of VO p.otoconduot ion. Tho' h small inertia of the-processes in.the first stages.of-ourrent inoreae.e and which is independent of the surrounding_gases or vapors* indicatc- a illukination.induoes primary electron processes in the ZnO layers. -of photoconduction relax ads distinot dependence ation on the. orb ed gaBesi and vapors.:with:electron-aoooptor~properties indi~atis_,the production of -.~q .~-elec_tron- adhesion levela on the surf ace of -this semiconduotor. Fro~.m the J_- _ibarp 1 decrease of photo&urrent inertia in the presence of insulating -binders -it is.~ o oncluded 'that the binder m9leoulea do. not only not binder ~'Pthe electron diopI is! acement in the conduction band but reduce inertia what of -great Werest for eiectrophotography~ There-~are--3 :4880011TIONS 08, udarstvennyy optichoskiy,*instit t'im. S. 1. YaTilova _u (State Optical Inatitutaimeni S. 1. Vav-4lov) Lenin- Leningrad grad)- -,:;.;:;4-.-S'UBIIITTED i -.---July - 17 1 62-(initially)- V Deoe-mber. 4? 1962 . (af toi. revision) rd 2/2- MUNICH, W.N. Manufacture of electrophottographic papers with increased sexp4tivity, Zhuronsucho i prikl, fot, i kin, 8 no.2:135-137 Mr-AP 163. OIRA 16-3) 1e Nauchno-imaledovatellskiy inotitut elaktrografii, Villayus. (Photography-Printing papers) (Xerography) FARKEVI-CHt-N.N.; PUTSEYKOv Ye.K. Optical sensitization of the photo effect of zinc oxide and the adsorption isotherms of dyes. Zhur. fiz. khim. 36 no.11:2393-2399 N'62. (MnU 1725) MARMCH, O.P., prSfessor. Relmintble Auna In Dnieper fishes in the reeon of the city of lanev. Nmk&s&p.KIev.un. 8 no.6:1-12 149. NLRA 9:10) (Dnieper River-Parasites) (Ps,"rasites-Fishes) -.1 KIwICE5 -6 F& Zoology Stalin Flan for transformation of nature and the task of the zoologists. Trudy Inst. zool. AN URSR 3, 1950 Mpnthly List of Russian Accessions., Library of Congress, July 1952. Unclassified. NARUVICH, O.P. Urgent task@ in controlling parasite Infestations In farm an1mais. Trudy list. sool. AN URSR Ss5-14 152. (MaA 9:9) (Parasites-Domestic animals) (Veterinary medicine) Materials on parasitic CoMods. of the fishes of the Black Sea. Trudy last.seel.Al UIUM St.91-99 052, (KaA 9:9) (Black Sea-C"poda) (Psifteltes-Fishes) 15-57-4 -4153 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Geologiya, 1957, Nr 4, p 17 (USSR) AUTHOR: -Markevic- h,---0., P. TITLE: The Development of Zoological Phylogenetics in the USSR (Razvitiye zoologicheskoy filogenetiki V SSSR) PERIODICAL: Tr. In-tu zool. AN URSR, 1956, Val 13, pp 3-31. ABSTRACT: The author gives a brief survey of the work of Soviet Scientists, chiefly paleozoologists, in generaland specific phylogenetics. A bibliography with 260 Card 1/1 references is furnished. M. Ke MAMVICR. 0.P. [Markovych. O.P.) Zoology at the Kiev University during the years of the Soviet rale. Nauk. sop. J~riv. un. 16 no.20:5-15 157 (VIDA 13:3) (Ukratne--Zoological research) Kamm. o..r. [Kwkevrch, A.P.] - -- FaunistIc research within the territorv of the Ukrainian S.S.R. Zblr. praW Zool. a=. AN URSR no-28:3-19 157* (Knu 11:5) (Ukratime-Zoological research) MhMVICH,10.P. [MarkMeh, O.P.3 UI-aine's achievements in biological sciences during the years of Soviet rule. ViBnyy Ky-jv. un, S-r- biol. no.1:5-17 158. (MIRA 15:6) (U]MAIIE-.BIOWGICAL RES4&RC)i) MARKEVICHp O.P. [Markevych, O.P.], akademik-, C4DPIK, V.I. [Chopyk, V.I.), A- - kmnd-.tTolog*na* Land with fabulous nature. flauka i zhittia 11 no.10:32-36 0 ,61. (MIRA 15:1) 1. AN USSR (for Markevich). (Transearpathia--Description and travel) . #_LHarkevych, O.F.) MALRWICJ,i4_~6Z Summary of the work of the 15th International Congmas of Zoologists. Visnyk. Kyiv. un. no.2. Ser. biol. no.2:96-100 1604, .' (MRA 16:8) (ZOOLOGY-COICRESSES) MARKEVICH.0 OOPO (11krkevych, O.P.] ...... Parasitological research in the Czechoslovak People's Republic. Visnyk. K5iv. un. no.2. $or. biol. no.2:106-109160. (MMA 16:9) (CHECHOSLOVAKU-PAW ITOLOG MAL MUMCH) MAIUMCHp S.F.,, kand. tekhn. nauk -- - l: - ~. , Static and dynamic strength tests of locamotire frames. Tjrt~dy DIIT no.24:37-.62 154. (MUU 16: 11) NAWTIM, S*I. Mineral and organic foms of phosphorus and its total anount in 2Nae-Poisolic molls* Tentel. AN BSSR. Sor6bilal.nw. no.3:'22-34 '58- (MIRAn:n) (Phosphorus) (Po&sol) (Mineral@ In avil) WRnMCH., S. I.: Master Agric Sci (diss) -- "rhe phosphoric-acid conditions In sod-podzolic soils"o Minskp 1959* 23 pp (Acad Agric Sci Baloruss SM, Beloruss Sci Res Inst of Agric),, 150 copies (KLp No 15P 1959P 118) PuEgg-ic-Ho-s'L-,-kand.sellskokhoz.nauk Effect of organic fertilizers on the nitrogen content of turf- Fodzollc solln. Veatel AN BSSR,Ser,bll&l.nav, no.2sll5-121 162. (MIRA 15:8) (WHITE RUSSIA--.WILS-NITROGEN CONTENT) (COMPOST) HMVICH, S.M.; POLYANSKITj N.G.; POTUDINA, N.L. Cation t*changers as catalysts in the dehydration of tert-emyl alcohol. XeMkhimiia I no.2:230-234 Mr-Ap 161. OUM 15:2) 1. Ilauchno-isoledovatellskiy institut sinteticheskikh L3pirtov i organioheskikh produktay, Wovokuybyahevskiy filial. (Dehydration (Chemistry)) (AWI alcohol) NUOROVS V.I.j KOMMA., Z.Fol FARMICH, S.&; TALIBMv L.V. som9on"m p7ro2pin of a rav bydrocarbou ittock to otbylone azmi acetylow no.6s379-30 ze t6l. KERA 24*6) (;;;;; Odspron. (,,t,,1,,,) arbom) (Acotylozo) MARMICH, S.M.; POLYUSKIY, N.G.; BUZLANOVA, M.M.; SAFRONENY-0, Ye.D. --------- Rapid mercurimetric method for the determination of inobutylene in cracking fractions. Zhur. anal. khim. 16 no. 4:489-493 n-Ag 161. (MIRA 14:7) lo Sciebtific-Research Institute of Synthetic Alcohols, Branch in NDvokuybyahevoks (Propene) A , I - , /VIP tc &,& v I C- rl PoLvuxsxn,.v.o.,.xutmicH, s.m cata7tis Separation or toruary awle;mas frc~ bldav~ platams. 01028" fraftla". sopmb pmeented at the 12%h Cmmfol~vmm am& mbwdar weight devoted to ~Ts, D~Sks~ 3-7 62 POLMISKIY, N.G.; IUMVICE., S.M.; KOZLOVA, T.I.; POTUDINA., N.L. %--------------- Selective extraction of isoamylenes from hydrocarbon mixtures. Veftekbivniia 2 no*2:164-169 ~U-Ap 162. (MM% 15:6) ( Propene) (Hydrocarborts) POLYANSKIY, N.G.; MMVICH, S.M.; POTUDINA, N.L.; BUROVAp A.N. Dehydration of diwt!V1pherqlcarbino1 with the use of cation exchangers an catalysts. Neftekhimiia 2 no-3s348-354 IV-Je 162. (KRA 150) 1. Nauchno-inaledovatellokiy institut sintetichaskikh spirtov i organicheskikh produktov, Novokitybyshevskiy filial. (Methanol) (Dehydration (Chemistry)) (Ion exchange resins)* IMUSALINDV, X.Ye., kand.tekhn.nauk; YAARKEVICH, V.P. Number of insulators and insulator chains on a 35 to 1-10 kv. power trannalsolon line.. Energ. i elektrAekh. prom. no.3t74-75 JI-S ,63. (MIRA 1010) 1. Kiyevskiy politekhnicheakiy institut (for lyerusalimov). 2. Kiyevskoye energoppravleniye Glavenergo Minipterstva slektrostantaly SSSR (for Harkavicb). POLYA14SKUp S.M.; 1490EVICH,, S.M,; POTUDINA, N.L.j KOZLOVAO T.I. Hydration of tartiw7 aWlenen in the presence of a Kll--2 co,tion excbamger and accompanying reactions. Kin. i kat. 1, no.4.-614-U9 n-Ag '63. (MIRA 16:1.1) 1. Novokuybyshevskiy filial Nauchno-4ssledovatellskago instituta sinteticheskogo spirta, PMXANSKIY, N.G.- SAFRONMO .9 Ye.D.; BUZUNOVA, M.M. Use of bivalent mercury sulfate in the quantitative anniYvis of olefins and tertiary alcohols. Report fio.l.* Qaantitative determination of 6Q-wthylstyrene and dimethylpheny1carbinal present aimultaneously, Trudy Kom.anal.khim. 13:93-98 163. (KIRA 16;5) 1. Nauchno-isaledovateliskiy institut sinteticheskikh spirtov., NDvokqybyshevskiy filial. (Styrene) (Alcohols) (mercury sulfates) --- r, ~71 ~ ' "'-l 17 T' '- -1 V-1 "Investigation of the Thermal Decomposition of Ferrous and Ferric Fomiates." Thesis for degree of Cand. Chemicr-l Sci. Sub 28 Sep 49, Mcccow Order of Lenin State U imeni M. V. Lomonosov. Swrimary 82, 18 Dec 52, Dissertations Presented For Degrees-in Ocience-and Engineering in Moscow In 1949, From-Vecher=y_a Moskva, Jan-Dec 1949. TtLemli W4 NAHCO., the M aq, FtORcill I A~ . .,- 1-- 0.5 1. ej Waw, -032a-WIT -0 1. got. ppr~ 162 Ile and 1z A V"ft m 6teemtor, Studirsolthe evedr~! Of tMirmal dcv"Tupo. (at 21~010'1 Ami ;hc dt- compn. pr,~fluctn ai tadicatc tha foBawinr reactf,;r! I - F_-O~!1C00j)_2Ft(HC0()K)Jf + 11COI 4- 0.5V0 4- ).6 h nUWmtA1y%rA; thtat thd rate of decompm. in Partially in- ft~ by the petouss derzmpu. producv;,, that tht de~ .bhjed cmm~m fqlh,~ ht: Ermt-f'rIaT -m~rtion, I - 0 -of, (1 0 , in f - 1z:( ! . lab + Or_;~ the awt (" mft--tf'v4 i1! the tirme I. tukhij th.. 4mt C4 1 At 1; 1 k at 216 anti 240' - Z.00- Fq~j SA2. MM).). RW 4 P't - --------------- - ---------------- -- 1~;7I F1 R /C U b 'a It he '.1- 1': p-.rn In' and to! ril and Rr' In '11~ ~!m twil 'q ~K 4 V, i V, maxm. B.v. rwmA&4--v-,- - Merial disintegration of ferric formte. Vestal AN BM no.l: 108-121 JA-7 154. (MA 8: 1 ) (79rric forests) _iu 4td -A 4Z im e" - -I Pas. S.S.R. 0. ~Peat contains Vorn , gin. Four deradin- w the peat orl .0.9 to 4% N (dry basi - tlll f%h i A i l f ed KH So nrn - zAt or u c mnl t are- wa ~ x- . - -dZused. ThesElaclude the binding of the free N113 general ill i f h i h l d an z ue e cataly- itted - e plants ut nT pea as tl~ t t - ~tjc prttn. of Mi by dry distn. at peat (the jas.produced by a wburation of a peat smple by FIA blasts under pre:~ chern-comunr-1; %,.2-5. -CIL 19.9, H 61,1, CIT4 (4.4, Cats IA. othu .0, and N; Wit, I re3p'). 13. WferbaL~ 81 VW. % ! IDII L&V&O_~M& _.S.S PC U" V Ilk ich A 1 . v . . , IMN-AW~'MA Belo- S_R, 95~ NO 1 , -72,iu Russi2n).-Cl , ~ lelp. . d ,.t a4 S. 1 ph) fMontmoduonite of tle p district of DMnsk~ jvbite R. s j% fa, at,! As itit a&arban t, t1le ru,.j,norUjouj!,, C~w in "-ClaWng ittdustrW E. Vierbic ki 7. 7 7. AA 7 haract 0 Ontmorwoulte ch of -While R*O:an 11 Ln)-., Inc . " ", "14 ned 51 FeA 5.07-7.74~ Cal) 2-30- AIA IS=-22M. * ' .47. and K,0-025- MD MCO 3.".37. M10 Oq-" 0.62k mp. ~ Th.-O.01-mm. fric4lons contained oligbtly more metallic oxides (except TiO2 and AI%Oj) and allghtly. Im SJOTM~nue =igloal clay samples. The um of wt. on Wlk--~":'-~.' -V~~ heating, x-ray diagrams, and eleciron-microscope photo- ra hs of the elementar raticles axe also given da M- . g y p p y uticles at 150-5' Traushwmer oU In conta t %ith the l - c c ay p become2 dark and shows an intreurd nrid vo,; the amt. of. O- the i dw lx fiv ll BWkib' X genam e o x ~ wM__ --- ,r A-- v I C H 3 LISSR/Chemical Technology-~ Chemical Products and'Their I-I :Application..Industrial Orginic Synthesis Abe Jour Rif zhw Kh'i MI YIL 116 I't. aq5s, PAW J-P Sove'j,'Dorisovp A*Mo,, Moseedo-va, Aithor Abstract A6&dij~r*of Sciendee-UM. iicin6i6iicii~ Developmisi--or t&e,--aynthesis of,gthyl Alcohol of lftk:~Iens- 'Ob.'- Win. pererabotku.neft. uglevodorodove Xp AN OSSR, iq~6 :~568- 77 Description of the technological systeta-ana..or results of tht e3eperiments on direct hydration of CjXv to C.1460H (1), in an eVer'-nts' industrial unit vith a reactor of 0-5 M in diameter and 8 a high, using N3PO# as a catalyst. During the experiments the following optimia conditions of Card 1/2 iz 7.77"7. Rr-gaidiug u.,,. i p~ nDr it,, 1 ~ , I I ~ r ! LC - X % "' , - , . MAMVICH, S.V. D.I. Mendeleev$ j light of recent researches. Vestal AN BSSR. Ser. fis.-takh. xmv .. no.2-57Y9--r7r.--"Rk-H~.)-- (Periodic law)' /~ & v / e, // 2 _'~ ; V, USSR / Cultlvatod Plants, Co.-eals Abu J ur Ro -LP Zhu r - B i o 1N0 8 , 1 c 3116'7 2 Authors 'L,%-ry-,ik, 1. F,; ilarkovich, S. V. Inat BY010-IRUSSI ~ 11surtute for 1,13r.Lcultur-. Titlo I]Tfget of y-Radiation wit',i Radioactivo Cob--lt (Clo 0) on Cortain Proportios of the Poa. Orig Pub : Uch zap. Biolorussk. in-t nar. kh--va, 1957, vYP. 3, 253-257. Abstract : A studj was mado of th,; sproutinG and of curtain othor physical propcrtics of th,:t R ~~odo cf tho poa aftor oxposurc. to 450 t of Co-O. Tho follo- wirir, offocts hava bl-in ascurtainod: LicroaBu in gormij-ktion onorgy and sproutinrS, Incroas,) in th, porcontago of combinud wator, sharp w~&kun- in-3 of rosistanco to crushir-G. Th,) thoory is advancod that radiation charL3co tho atructuro of soods. Biblio-raphy with 10 titlus. -- I. N. Zaikina. Card 1/1 48 ~: "~- " j, , ,, ; V" ~" ~ / /' ---. "- AUTIMs Markovich, S.Y. 76-12-2.V27 ?I=-. Once Alpin on an ftation From the Kinetics of Reaction of Solid Substances (Yeshche ras po povodu odnogo uravneniya kinetiki reaktaly tvardykh v*Ehdmtv) I PZRIODICAL*. Zhurnal FisicheskOY M-4i, 1957, Vol. 31, Nr 12, pp.2763-2764 (ussR) AIDERACTs Recently a disoussicm was hold between S.VAaftevich and M.1. Pavlyuchenko on an equation from the kinetics of reactions of solid mubstan a. The subject of the discussion Is the question to what an extent the equation applied by PaTlyuchmko in Identlo with that by Bradley, Golvin and Huse [Ref. 3J. Since these debates de- liver no new ideas, the editors close the debates by the two last letters of the two contractors. The author states here that Pav2yuchonko refers to the work of B.V. Terof4wev [Ref. 53 from 1937,, whereas the work by Pawlyuchenko was published i3d 1955- The equation is not "zimila-e , but "identicr. It Is additionally prow d that the foroula dolly" by Pavlyuohonko for the volume of the substance wMab we already In r*aotlon after having attained the -3d-- speed, is wrong. There are 5 references, Card 1/2 4 of which are Slavic. Ono* Again an an Equaticu From the Kinetics of Rmotion of 76-12-2V27 So2AA Substances ASSOCIATION: M Be2oxumsian SSR. Institute of Chmistry (Akadedys. mauk BSSR. Institut MwAj). SUNITTEDs Novenber 12, 1956 ATAUALS: Library of Congress Card 2/2 5(3) PH= I BOOK mawrzmow SOV/1265 Akadmodys nmk Belorusekoy SM. Institut khWI nomik amebnykh rabot, Vp. 6 (Collection of ScIentifle Works of the Institute ok"dwelstry, i1elor-unstan SSR Acadaw of Sciences, W. 6) Minsks, lzd-w im Salormsekay MR, 1958& 2T1 p, 1,100 copies printed. Ed.: Yerofeyev,, B.V.,, Acadedcla% I= AeadmW of Seleaces; Tech, X.: Volokbamoviek, 1. PUT&=: The book is Intended for chadsts engaged In research In opeelaUzed fields. CMARAM: The book Is a collection of scientific articles dealing with varied subjects., such as problemw In electron theory of sadoonductors, catalysts, autoxidation of abletic acI4.1 thermodynamics of som-reactions of suXtur organic compounds and reactions of a2ky1,,wy1,, acy.1-M radIcals in the liquid phamb Personalities we mentioned In the Individual articles. The" arw 331 references, of which 215 m Soviet,, T5 Znglisbp JO Oezwm, 10 eh, and I 71miab Collection of scientific Works (Conte) SOV/L,*5 TAME OF ODNZAM: Vallbeashteyn., F.F. Sow Problem in the El*ctrou Theory of Catalysts on Semiconductors Yerofftev# XV., aDd V.A. Protashchik. Study of Contact Conditions Between Particles of g2balt Formats and KetaMc Cobalt With the Aid, Of the isotope cow. 39 Markwdeh, SV* Attacbments for the MB-2K Mass Spectrometer for SE~UI;F~scuz Phase Deuterium Exchange Reaction@ on Solid awfaeas 47 Osinoviks, Tea.S, Study of the Formation of Ldtial Reaction Centers in the Induction Period of Tberml Decomposition of Barium AxIde 59 MltskWchs, N.I., T.I. Soroko,, and B.V. TOr0fe"V- CONugated I'Searboxy- latlon in the Autoxidation of Abletic Acid 66 Yer0feywT, 33,V. and S.F,. N vs. Theimodynamics of Some.React!jom of . OrgwIc Sulfur Compounds 83 d"04651 MLYSHVICH, so By " - V&LUI_VAxjzh;_GOLM3TSDVA, P, [Holubtsoys, Pole red.; WjWANOVA, No [stsispenavag, 11.), tek1w.redo [Peaceful uses of ascale eneral WArnas vykorystanne, stanwi energli, VAnsk, Dziersh.vyd-we UM Hxd.nsvukov&-tekhn.lit-rYp 1959. 178 P. (xMA 14:1) (Atomic energy) 5(0) BOV/76-33-5-32/33 AUTHORs Markpj~jq V. TITLEs Boris Vasillyevich Yerofeyev (On ais Fiftieth Birthday) (Boris Vasillyevich Yerofeyev (k 50-letiyu so dnya rozhdoniya)) PERIODICAL: Zhurnal fizicheskoy khimii, 1959, Vol 33, Nr 5, PP 1155 - 1156 (USSR) ABSTRACTt B. V. Yerofeyev, Doctor of Chemical Sciences, was born on May 10, 19o9. He studied at the University of Uoscow and in 19.30 he was employed at Professor V. K. Semenchenko's laboratory where he was concerned with measuring the con- ductivity of electrolyte solutions. In 1931 he published a short paper on the periodical condensation of gases and vapors. Prom 1931 on Yerofeyev worked on heterogeneous cataly- sis at the newly established Institut azota (Institute of Nitrogen ), now Institut azotnoy promyshlennosti (Institute of Nitrogen Industry). Together with N. I. Kobozev he in- vestigated the reaction kinetics of the thermal decomposition of iron nitrides. From 1936 - 19313 he works at the Laboratory of Organic Catalysis of the Institut organicheskoy khimii Card 1/3 AN SSSR (Institute of Organic Chemistry of the AS USSR) Boris Vasillyevich Yerofeyev (On His Fiftieth Birthday) SO'1/76-33-5-32/33 under the direction of Academician A. A. Balandin. In 1939 Yerofeyev defends his thesis on the Reactiun Kinetics of Solid Bodies. lie deala with the kinetics of the catalytic synthesis of hydrocarbons from CO and H influenced by Academician N. D. Zelinskly. In 1939 he moves to Minsk and be~iotaes the director of the institut khiiaii Akademii nauk BSSR (Institute of Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences of the SSR). During the war, Yerofeyev directs the Department of Chemistry of the pedagagicheakiy inatitut Im. M. Gorlkogo (Pedagogical Institute imeni M. Gor,kiy) .Ln Kuybyshev. Until 195o he directs the new laboratory of the Vsesoyuznyy institut aviatsionnykh materialov (All-Union Institute of Aviation Material). In 1950 Yerofeyev is back in Minsk and is a Member of the Presidium and from 1953 to 1956 he is vice president of the Akademiya nauk BSSR (Academy Gf Sciences of the Belorusef.~= SSR). At the same time he directs the Department of Catalysis of the Belorusskiy gosudarstvennyy institut im. V. I. Lenina (Belorussiya State Institute imeni V. I. Lenin). Yerofeyev's works on the ki- netics of autrioxidation of hydrocarbons at low temperatures Card 2/2 lead to imuortant, di4scnveriesi the-cobalt and manganese salts Boris Vasillyevich YerofG-yev(On His Fiftieth Birthday) SOV/76-33-5-32/33 of carboxylic acids act as initiators and not as catalysts as had been so far assumed. Together with N. I. 11itskevich and T. I. Soroko, Yerofeyev discovers the decarboxylation. Together with S. F. Naumova he investigates the inhibiting effect of hydroquinone. Yerofeyev published more than 110 scientific papers. In 1940 he became corresponding member of the Aka-dumiya nauk BSSR (Academ~i of Sciences of the Belo- russian SSR), and in 1947 Academician of this Institute. He wa3 honored by two Orders of the Red Banner of Labor, the Badge of Honor, ziedals, and an Honorary Diploma by the Supreme Council of the Belorussian SSR. In the years 1951 and 1955 he wav elected Deputy of the Supreme Council of the Belo- russien SSR. Hia cooperation in popular-scientific institu- tions is mentioned; VKhO (Vsesoyuznoye obshohestvo khimii im. D. I. Mendeleyeva - All-Union Society of Chomistry imeni D. I. Mendeleyev) and Obohestvo "Znaniyell (society "Know- ledge"). There is 1 figure. Card 3/13 WHIMCBs, S.V.,-, I-WOv A.A. 1,14kno A.Aj- -MUYAKI, M.I. Denterlum exchenge aw -*3 J A jmrf&ces in the gas pbus. Part 3: Iffect of An aftixture of potanoivm~ oxide in sillea gel on the reac#on of deuterium mid ethylene. Vestai AN BSSR. Ser. ns!.-tekh nav. no. 4:46-52 160. (MIRA 14:1) Neuterium) (Sthylene) (Potassium oxide) KRYUNp I*F.p kRnd.tekbz.nauk; PARMIGH.--&V.l knadAbialchenkikh nauk Effect of gama radiatim an sow properties of pulse crop seeds. Trudy VNnZ no.38irI05-421 160. (NM 15s12) 1. Delorusaklygosudaretwe=yy lamtltut narodnago khozyayetva Insai V.V.LWtyaheva. (Legumes) (Flaats,, Iffeat ofp~ rays on) (seeds) 33497 S/195/61/002/005/024/027 1190 E040/E485 AUTHORS: Markevich S.V.. Ivko, A.A, TITLEs H-D exchange in the C2H4-D2 system in the presence of alumina-silica catalysts PERIODICAL: Kinetika I kataliz9 v.2, no.5, 1961, 788-793 TEXTt In spite of the numerous investigations of catalytic cracking of petroleum hydrocarbons and the immense industrial importance of such processes, their mechanism is still far from being fully elucidated. The solution of this problem should be sought in studies of deuterium reaction with individual hydrocarbons because although these reactions are comparatively simple, they nevertheless involve many elementary stages characteristic of the kinetics of ordinary reactions. A brief review of previously reported investigations of the reaction of deuterium with various hydrocarbons, e,g. in the CD4-CH4 system, is followed by con3ideration of the results obtained by the authors In their study of deuterium-ethylene mixtures heated to 3500C in the presence of alumina-silica catalysts containing from 10 to 70% A1203, Detailed test procedures used'in the investigations were described Card 1/3 33497 S/195/61/002/005/024/027 H-D exchange in the C2H4-D2 system ... E040/E485 previously (Ref.15: The present authors and M.I.Kozlyak, Izv. AN BSSR, no.4, 1960, 46) and involved the preparation of D2 and its reaction with ethylene in the 3%1 mixture ratio, at a total pressure in the system of 300 mm Hg and in the presence of 4 g of catalyst. Results of mass-spectrographic analyses of the products are reported for reaction times ranging from 30 to 150 min. It is clear from the data that the reaction of deuterium with ethylene under the above conditions is limited to isotopic exchange only because no indication was found of the presence of hydro- genation, cracking, polymerization, isomerization or cyclization reactions. Curves plotted for kinetics of the deuterium exchange as a function of the alumina concentration in the catalyst show it to be of the first order. The velocity constant of the deuterium exchange reaction rises steadily with increasing alumina content in the catalyst. An attempt is made to formulate the mechanism of the reactions involved and to calculate the velocity constants of isotopic exchange on seven catalyst mixtures with variable alumina contents, The value of the velocity constants was found to rise progressively with in,.~reasing alumina content in the alumina-silica Card 2/3 33~97 S/195/ 1/002/005/024/027 H-D exchange in the C2H4-D2 system E040/E485 catalyst. Because the acidity Of the catalyst passes through a maximum corresponding to 20 -40% of A1203 concentration in the cat&lyst, it is concludcd that there is no correlation between the surface acidity of the catalyst and the catalytic activity with respect to isotopic hydrogen exchange r,eactions. There are 3 figures, I table and 19 referencess 10 Soviet-bloc, 2 Rusbian translations of non-.Soviet-.bloc work and 7 non-Soviet-bloc. The four most recent references to English language publications read as follows: Ref.8i S.G.Hindin, G.A.Mills, A.S.Oblad, J. Amer, Chem, Soc. a) v-73, 1951, 278. b) v.77, 1955, 543, Ref.q: V.C.Holm, R.W.Blue, Ind, Eng, Chem, a) v.43, 1951, 494i b) v.43, 1951, 501; Ref.10~ K.S.Hansford, Ind, Eng. Chem, v.,44T 1952, 1108~ Ref.18% K.J.Laidler, M.C.Wall, M.C.Markham, J. Chem, Phys., v.20, 1952, 1331. ASSOCIATION3 Institut fiziko-organicheskoy khimii AN BSSR (Institute of Physical and Organic Chemistry AS BSSR) Card 3/3