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lqlllzt~pll_11~ X Summer marches in Crimean schools. Geog. v shkole 21 no.2:53-54 Mr-Ap 158. (MIRA 11:2) I.Shkola No.1, Sinferopolle (Crime&--School excursions) MILLER, M. Ye. Cand Geog Sci - (diss) "Physico-geographic characteristics of the basin of the Salgir River." Kiev, 1961. 20 pp; (Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialist Education Ukrainian SSR, Kiev Order of Lenin 5tate Univ imeni T. G. Shevehanko); 150 copies; price not given; (n, 6-61 sup, 201) KILM. N. B. USSR/Chemistry - Hydrogen Ferozide Chemistry - Oxidation Jan 49 "Study of the State of Oxygen Adsorbed In Carbon According to Its Ability to Form Ordrogen Peroxide am Water.0 R. 1h. Barshteyn, N. B. Miller, Inst of Physicoclwm, Acad Scl USM 7 PP "Mar Flz Was Vol 1XIII, So 1 Discusses 2xperisents by guchlosky. 3urahtsyn and Frunkin on adsorption of electrolytes at various poteatials of carbon electrode, and mentions receat published work by Winelm on iuvestigation of the process of 79504 oxidation In presence of acid. Describes own studios on adsorption otiftIftric acid In relation to qmntity of adsorbed oxygen. which showed that an equivalent correlation Is observed between adsorbed oxygen and the acid even in presence of small quantities of Oxygen. This conforms with data obtained by Frankin and Levrovsky. Given tables on adsorption of sulfuric acid. SubmItted Z7 Apr 48. PA 48/49T20 40090000600 606 so- Of!! w u 009 09 06 a 3141. Rik-onift tit how cut"sk an spwoCm 004 dMWsks by miraws of willewslow lidleaftm 00 f V. A. PtnKtw. &AL AW. SUN. 74 (Are. 2) 3234 (" to RNAMM. NmwAewg skva for Owcu+4"W awrvos 00 a on in of Nowid sivwAnom of a. rb OW Zf% In calwal via _Mk" 4 Oww ftvkx-ti%v '1140 r*Aftdk* iW-%VS 9MM %Cft: PA'I* te's 3 OUP T . 5 A VVIO (Mal). Ti -- 22 yFh aW roil' 1 Oev (To ~: 1 a Tow Oww ". f. " Z HL"M how Aw ON thm OWN01111M Wdham 10% betwen Vi 0-1-8-0dowp/cal. 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Complex forinatit"t gre-ath. -be.- __ -F - -hiltz an I- Wiled Irth nit-61 ced iAbcr exchuge: LUZ espoe 3r re C' CaterrA a voniplix anion; 'Ne sdsorptioft of murLite,%etire muWances on chi electrode awftce led-!& a sharp Fvloctum In the exchange mte and in soniv -3ae!s to the compL-te Q(Wt,,tion of exclizInge. U& off"t iA particularly Mat %4 ft It Md"OlhOd S1IrfA1e'fttJV_0 j0 'v- r- T- !,,,The mechanism and kinetics at oxidation-redaction reac t,.s in aqueous solutions under the Wilueace of J, UvL_.y_ V ! VcftlO'7Skil, ,r$ . I. Zalkind, N ".I r, A. X~WZWa7 -"k ?a6ot a 5u; 'Ile ?A JUPA state he "ide i4ld to vary linearly only wit9h~&rin-ex"p't-9. - rs. The rate "u equal to 1.7 equiv./ the same as the Initial rate In N%OH solus. In ezpt3. with 2 g. of ZnO suspended per 100 r4l.-of 0.01N.N%OH soln., HA formatkm rates Increase by 3-5 times ova those observed In the absence o( ZnO. The d- frct of ZnO Is rel-ated to its absorptim of radiation ani Its properties as a sem1cmductor. The reaction rates are followed by a novel anode-pd4ratrapAic odAid. t BM, 14A -,prof.* otystatyanv*7 rad.; KIMVIM. S,.% ; VBSXWSrIy. V.I., ;;of-,; DOLIX. POL, doktor )chlm. muk; MILLAR, 1J... land. khim6 nanki lamms'-B.L., kand. khlue =;uk~_:?XZrCW',-r.Jr, red. izd-v&; JUGAUMC6 T.T.' red, lsd-va; NOUTIRiTi. N*I. tokha... red. [Weametlems of the Arst All-%lom Conference on Udlatlon Chealstry], Tmeselunae saveshobanie po radlatsionsiol Wall. let, Moscow, 1957. Trudy... Moskva. Izd-wo Akad. nauk Sfflk 1958. 330 P, (KIRA llt7) 1. Chlen korrespondent Akademil nank SSSR (for VAdvedev). (lemochealstry-COUPOSISS) 385-t13 3/081/62/000/010/015/085 ~j 0 B138/B101 AUTHORS: Zal?ind, Ts. I., Miller, N. B., Gochaliyev, G. Z., Veselovskiy, 1. TITLE: Radiation electrochemical processes in aq -'ous electrolyte solutions PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal. Khimiya, no. 10, 196k, 62, abstract 1OB416 (Tr. Tushkentsk. konferentsii po rairn. ispollzovani-rv atomn. energii, 1959, v- 1 . Tashkent, AN UzSSR, 1961, 347 -~54Y;' TEXT: By means of a Lec troth i-!:,tical measurements on Pt-, Au- and Hg-electn)- des, a study has been made of the radiation electroc~Lemical processes that occur in solutions of H 2SO4, and of H2so 4 with additions of U(4+), U(6+), (COOH) 21 durinj; Co 6c Y radiation. From the results it is concluded that both molecular hydrogen and H atomalare ionized. (Their stationary con- c,entration at a dose rate of 6.1-10 ev/cm3 see was assessed as 2-3-10- 5 11; this diminished with pH). On the Hg-electrode in the presexi ce Of 02 the HO 2radical is reduced. It was found that if the solutionsof Card 1/2 0 X S/08Y62/000/.010/015/065 Radiation electrochemical processes in ... B138 B101 uranium salts were subjected to radiolysis, the rate of U(5+) accumulaticn in the mixture of U(4+) and U(6+) was twice as high as in the U(4+) solu- tion. In the H 2s04 solution with (COOH)2 additions, the curve for the accumulation of H2 in2dependence on the (COOH)2 concentration shows a maximum at IV 1 -10 N. H 202 formation begins in this same range. r :Abbtracter's note: Complete translation.] Pard ?/2 3/844 ,/62/000/000/032/129 D24.4/D307 AUTh01W: Miller, N. B., Veoelovskiy, V. 1. and BorotyntSev, Vo A* TITLE Inveutigation of the mechanism of radiution-electrocliemi- cal proce6see in aqueous solutions of uranium salts SOURCE: T~rudy Il Vse8oyuznogo.aoveshchaniya po radiat8ionnoy khi- inii. Ed. by. L. S. Polak. Moucow, Izd-vo kN SSSR, 1962, 193-198 TEXT: Solutions of hexavalent U and mixtures of UVI and UIV were investiguted to elucidate the mechanism of radiation-electrochemical conversions, using 13t, Au and lig electrodes. The method used was that described previously (Collection:.De~stviye ioniziruyushchikh izlucheniy na nuorganicheskiye i organicheskiye sistemy, Izd-vo AN SSSR9 1958, p. 93 (The action of ionizing radiation on organic and inorganic systems.)). On irradiation the Pt electrode potential in IV a solution containing U aSBUMes a value about 20 mv lower than zero (w.r.t. the hydrogeri,electrode). The effect is accompanied by card 1/3 5/844/62/000/000/032/129 Invautigation of thc i)244/1)307 vigbroua evolution of 112 resulting from the pruuuiioo of U IV f W1110*1 acts as ail UH acceptor and prevents the recombination of H and OH. VI -tl IV V In the presence of U bLnd U there is some formation of U by the reduction of U VI and o'xidation of UIV. The yield of U V in solutions containing only U V1 was about 4 ions/100 ev, and in those containing both UVI and U IV it was 8 ions/100 ev. Stationary concentrations of V U in the solutions were found to be in the ratio of *tudy of depolarization currents at a A electrode potential of 0.4 v, the electrode being iihmerued in the uranyl solutions irradiated with 4 x 10 16 ev/iA.sec, allowed that for a given dosage the lower concen-- tration limit, corresponding to approximately complete capture of H CL~ by tile uranyl ions, iu 5 x 10- 2 P1. Study*of the formation of UVI and U Von tile oxidation of U IV solutions showed that for increasing Ca-rd 2/3 InVOStIgation of the ... S/844/62/000/OUO/032/129 D244/D307 concentration of UIV the Btationary concentration of UV becomes greater. Hadiution yiolds G(uV ) were found to be 2.1t 1.59 1.06 per 100 ev of absorbed radiation for 0.1, 0.2 and U.4 M solutions of U IV respectively. The stationary concentrations,of U V were 1.2 x 10-4 2.2 x 16-4 arid 3 x 10-4 DI for the safe solutions. There are 5 fi- gures* ASSOCIATION: Piziko-khimicheskiy institut im. L. Ya. Karpova (Phy- sico-Chemical Institute Ya. Karpov) Card 3/3 ..a SOV/ 137-58-10-20757 D Translation from: Referativnyyzhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1958, Nr 10, p58 (USSR) AUTHOR: Mille TITLE- A Study of the Behavior of Lead in the Converter Treatment of Polymetallic Mattes (Izucheniye povedeniya. svintsa pri konvert- irovanii polimetallicheskikh shteynov) ABSTRACT: Bibliographic entry on the author's dissertation for the de- gree of Candidate of Technical Sciences, presented to the Kazakhsk. gorno-metallurg. in-t (Kazakh Institute for Mining and Metallurgy), Alma-Ata, .1957 ASSOCIATION: Kazakhsk. gorno-metallurg. in-t (Kazakh Institute for Min- ing and Metallurgy), Alma-Ata 1. 03.,es--Processing 2. Lead--Properties Card I/ I 137-1958-2-2629 T s On' o~. * RZeZrLivnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1958, Nr 2, p 61 (USSR) AUTHOR: Miller, 0 G. TITLE: The Change in Composition of the Mattes at a Lead Works in the Course of the Conversion Process (Izucheniye izmeneniya sostava shteynov svintsovogo zavoda po khodu protsessa konvertirovaniya) PERIODICAL: Tr. Altaysk. gornometallurg. n--i. in-ta, 1957, Vol 5.pp93-11( ABSTRACT: A study was made of the chemical and mineral composition of slag and matte specimens obtained from the molten stream and through a tuyere. It was evident that Pb existed in the mattes of the Pb heat basically in a metallic form. At the beginning of the process the Pb became sulfidized, and much of the sulfide prompts sublimed. Part of the sulfide remained in the slag in the form of extremely fine droplets. At the end of the initial period an observ. able oxidation of the Pb began, and the appearance of metallic Pb was again noted (a product of the smelting reaction), which was dissolving in metallic Cu. Complete removal of the Pb was assured by a hot run of the converter and by increasing the volumc, of exhaust gases through a brief injection of liquid fuel. The Fe Card I /Z was almost completely scorified early in the conversion operation 137-1958-2-2629 The Change in Composition of the Mattes at a Lead Works (cont.) at the same time the Zn also passed into the slag. The Cu sul- fide was noticeably oxidizing in the latter part of the conversion operation, after the Fe had become scorified. L.P. 1. Lead-Gonversion-Proceases 2. Gaase-Applications Card 2/2 78-3-4-15/3e A'U'MORSt Abdeyev, 11. A., Miller, 0. G. 12ITIL-t Investigations Within the Domain of Layer Formation in the System Lead-Copper (Izucheniye oblasti Tasslaivaniya v sisteme svineta-med') PERIODICALs Zhurnal Neorganicheskoy Khimii,19569VOl-3,Nr 49PP-921-923(liSSR) ABSTRACTt The domain of layer formation in the system lead-copper was investigated by the method of determination og vapor pressure of lead above the system at 10000, 1100 and 12000C. At a lead content of from 23 - 80 ~ in the melt the vapor pressure of lead is almost constant at 1100 0C which proves the presence of a layer 0formation at this temperature. At temperatures of 1200 C and more the vapor pressure of lead above the investigated meli changes with the change of the composition. This shows 0that the melt lead-copper at temperatVres exceeding 1200 C represents an homogeneous solution. The critical point of lager form tion in the system lead- -copper is at about 1150 C- Card 1/2 These facts indicate that the phase diagram of the system 78-3--4-15/38 Investigation Within the Domain of Layer Formation in the System Lead-Copper lead-copper at higher temperatures is incomplete and that de- tailed investigations of this system at higher temperatures are necessary. There are I figure, I table, and 5 references, 2 of which are Soviet-. ASSOCIATIONt Altayskiy gorno-metallurgicheakiy institut Akademii nauk Kazakhskoy SSRUsV-Kamenogorsk (Usti-Kamenogorsk,Altay Metallurgical Minirw Institute,AS Kazakh SSR) SUBMITTEDa June 25, 1957 Card 2/2 MILMIL Oe G, St=Vlng the effect of w7gen blown Into converters on the removal of leM from complex ore mattes In the convqrtlag process. fz~ Ait.MH Al Kazakh.SM 6:157-164 058. (NM 12:1) (Nonferrous metals-49stallurgy) (Lead) (Converters) SOV/136-59-3-6/21 "I'dTHOR: Abdeyev, M.A., 0Miller, O.G., Kubyshev, N.N. and Matveyev, A.T. TITIZ: Conversion of lead Matte at the Ust'-Kamenogorsk Lead Works (Konvertirovaniye vysokosvintsovistykh shteynov na, Ust'-Kamenogorskom svintsovom zavode) PERIODICAL; Tsvetnyye Metally, 1959, Nr 3, pp 23 - 25 (USSR) ABSTRACT: A method of obtaining copper is given from matte containing 18-24% Cu, 12-18% Pb 1 24-301/6 Fe , 7-876 Zn, 0. c-2. 9 ABI 0.5-0.8% Sb and 15-18261 S. The main difficulty is the presence of lead in the matte. This is removed by an after- blow. During the afterblow, copper is also oxidised and passes into the slag. This is decreased by addition of coke which reduces the copper oxide and copper passes back from the slag. The lead sublimes. It is necessary to submerge the blist deeply for several minutes. Three operations are given. The first is used for small quantities of nEtte. 40 kg coke are used in the afterblow. Intensive removal of sulphur only begins when the blast is deeply submerged in the metal. 1.5 tons Cu is obtained with analysis: Cardl/2 SOV/136-59-3-6/21 Conversion of Lead Matte at the Ust'-Kamenogorsk Lead Works 99.07% cut 0.2% Pb, 0.2% Zn and 0.2% Fe. The second and third operations yield 3-4.5 tons copper using a full 8-ton converter, the full reaction taking twelve hours. 50 kg coke is used and copper with an analysis of 98.18% Cut 1.0916 Pbl 0.2% Fe and traces of S is obtained. The slag from this reaction contains 18.8% Cut 15-93% Fb, 24.3% Fe and 15% Si02 * There is 1 table. ASSOCIATIONS: Altayskiy gorno-metallurgicheskly institut (Altay Mining-metallurgical Institute) (Abdeyev, Y-Mer) Ust'-Kamenogorskiy svintsovo-tsinkovy7 kombinat (Ust'-Kamenogorsk Lead-zinc Combine) (Zaybyshev) Irtyshskiy medeplavillnyy zavod (Irt7sh Copper- smelting Works) (Matveyev) Card2/2- -HILIER . 0.G. Converting complex metal mattes and speigg. Trudy Alt. W61I AN Kasakh SSR 9:238-242 160. (KIM 14:6) 1. Altayakiy gornometallurgicheakiy nauchno-losladovatellskiy institut, AN Kazakhskoy SSR. (Nonferrous metals-Metallurgy) (Converters) MALKIN. L.M.; GHLRKOVA, N.P.; IMYKa. T.G., KARLINSKAYA. L.S.; aAUCHIWKO. T.K.; POKIDYSH". M.I.; CHIMYSM. YU.P..; PLA?Offoy. Gj.. KEERAnM. N.I.; ABDZM. K.A.; _tU4XR,__q.0.; W?UKO. M.S.; DYUYMKIN, TO.K. ?reatwant of zinc-bearing slags in electric furnaces with coks conductivity. ?Svet. aet 33 no. 12:15-23 D o6o. (KOA 13:12) 1. Leninogorskiy polimetallicheskiy kombinat (for Malkin, Chirkova, Neyman. larlinskaya. Ganchenko. Pokidyshev. Cherayshev). 2. Altay- skiy gorno-notanurgicheakly institut All lasSSI (for Platonov, Mikhaylov, Abdayev, Miller. Butenko. Dyuysekin). (Zinc--Nlectronetallurgy) (Electric furnaces) MILLER, O.G.,- KU#MAKGV,, Yu.F.; ABDEM, M.A.; MLIWAYLOV, N.I. Redueij* losses,of copper with waste slage at the Karsakpay plant. Trudy Alt.GMUIT AN Kazakh.SSR 110-9 161. (KM& 14:8) (Kara opper industry) (Smlting furna*) 14ILLER -Q.G.; ABDEYKV, M.A. Solubility of lead in the rystam copper - iron - sulfur. Trudy Alt. GOU AN Kazakh, SSR 14:110-113 1639 (IUM 16:9) (Sulftdes-Matallurgy) (Lead) (Solubility) K(JPRYAKOV, YU.P.-i MILLER, O.r'. Use of oxygen In reverberatory smelting of copper concentrates. Izv. AN th. SSR. Ser. tekh. nauk 8 no.5;78.-80 164. (MTRA 18t2) 1. Sredneazlatqkiy filial GogudarBtvennogo nauchno-Issledovatell- skogo instituta tsvetnykh m,?tallov. KUPRYAKOVP Yu.P.1 MILLER, O.G.; SAMKOV, Ye.A. Use of an air-G-Aygen blow in the reverberatory smelting of copper concentrates. TSvet. met. 38 no.9s27-31 S 165. (MIRA 18:12) MILLER, O.G.; RASSKAZOV, ;k.P. ................... Effect of the consumption of quartz flux on the distribution of xetv2s-in the conversion of polymetallic mattes. Izv. AN Uz. SSR. Ser. tekh. nauk 7 no.1:74-80 163. (MIRA 17:6) 1. Gornyy otdel AN UzSSR. .410 1~11LTEER ~ C. ff. USSR/Nuclear Physics - Photography FD-496 Card 1/1 : Pub. 146-13/18 Author : Killer, 0. N. and Sirotinskays, A. A. Title : Method of iii~~uction of thin wires into thick layer photoplates Periodical : Zhur. eksp. i teor. fiz., 24, 237-239, Feb 1953 Abstract : Suggests a new method of introducing various substances into the emul- sion of thick-layer photoplates to study phenomena connected with in- teraction of elementary particles with nuclei of introduced elements. Indebted to V. K. Uvarova, V. D. Davidov and S. S. Vasillyev. 5 refer- ences, including 5 foreign. Institution : Moscow State University Submitted : June 30, 1952 L 45207-66 EWP(c) -0 ~~- ACC NRI AP6023984 AUTHOR: M iller Peter (Engineer) ORG: none'..~ TITLE: Development of Aeroflot IV V)/EWP(l) ljp~c) ME- CZ/0040/661000/007/0169 43 C9 SOURCE: Leteckyobzor, no. 7, 1966, 169-170 c6rr-V'A~ -'RCT'T- Q*%'(C(Ckkt ~kro'%% TOPIC TAGS: civil air fleet, civil aviation service, civil aircraft data/Aeroflot ABSTRACT: The past development of Aeroflot and plans for the future are reviewed. The types of aircraft which have been used in passenger and cargo service from 1923 to the present are given. Also mentioned are some aircraft engines of the preturbo- jet era. The Tu-104 A, Tu-104 B, 11-18, An-10, Tu-114, and An-24 airliners are listed as aircraft currently in service. The following types are said to be scheduled for operational service soon, or are under development. The 11-62, scheduled for service in 1967, is designed for 186 passengers or a 22-23-ton payload, flight rang( 113 L 45207-66 ACC NR;. 6500 km, cruising speed 850-900 km/hr. A 1970 version of the 11-62 is expected to: have an increased range of 11, 000 km with 100 passengers, or 8500 km when carry- I ing 220 passengers. In 1968 the Tu-154 is scheduled to replace the Tu-104, 11-18, and An-10. It is a trippis-engined rear-jet aircraft designed to carry 160 passengers or a 16-18-ton payload I-Ya,nge 3500 km, cruising speed 900 km/hr. When operated from a first-class airport, with a runway 2600-m long, the range may be increased to 4500 km. The Tu-134, is presently undergoing flight tests. It is powered by two rear-jet engines of 6800-kg thrust each. Designed to carry 72 passengers or a 7- 7. 8-ton payload, range 2400 km, cruising speed 800-840 km/hr. The An-22 "Anteus" is als6 in flight testing. It is designed for an 80-ton payload capacity with a flight range of 5000 to 11, 000 km. Improved range and payload is sought for the An-24, presently in service on local lines. Under construction is the Yak-40 a tripple-engine rear-jet feeder liner for 24 passengers, with a range of 600 km, cruising speed of 550-600 km/hr, and the ability to operate from sod airfields 700--750-m long. The takeoff thrust of the engine is 1500 kg. Under development is the Tu-144 supersonic transport, which will carry 120 passengers at a cruising speed of 2500 km/hr and will have a range of 6500 km. Generally, after 1970 there will be a marked improvement in the performance of practically all types of airlinersi 2/3 L 45207-66 kR-l AP6-0-23984 in operation listed in this article. Several tables in the article illustrate the growth of Aeroflot in the period 1923-1965 with regard to the pass enger- cargo volume. tonlkm costs, tariffs, and the length of air routes serviced. Orig. art. has: 4 tables. [KPI SUB CODE: 01/ SUBM DATE: none/ Card 3 /3 S/081/61/000/019/005/085 BiOl/B110 AUTHOR: Miller, R. TITLE: Later al displacement of the 160 0 wall in BaTiO 3 single crystals PERIODICALt Referativnyy zhurnal. Khimiya, no. 19, 1961, 31 - 32, abstract 19B229 (Sb. "Fizika dielektrikov", M., AN SSSR, 196o, 329 - 338) TEXTt A study has been made of the current of polarity reversal and of the domain structure of a BaTiO 3 crystal with partially reversed polarity. Metallic and liquid electrodes were usedto study the change in direction of polarization as dependent on the electric-field strength. With the us* of liquid electrodes, the author found many large, reoriented domains in specimens with partially reversed polarity. With the use of metallic elec- trodes, the number of reoriented domains was found to be 1 - 2 orders of magnitudes less. It was shown that the velocity v of lateral displacement of the domain wall varies according to the law: v - v.,exp(-J/E), where v., and S are not field-dependent; v ,,,~10 cm/sec; the activating field S varies Card 1/2 Lateral displacement of the ... S/081/61/000/019/005/085 B101/B110 from 2000 to 4000 V/cm. The displacement of the 180 0 domain wall in BaTiO is different from that found in Rochelle salt, in which v-~E - E 0), where Eb denotes the coercive field. The exponential dependence of v is obviously due'to the mechanism of nucleation in the direction of motion of the 180 0 domain wallaUjoette nucleation process is probably an exponential function of the field. According to existing data, the 1800 walls are not parallel to the ferroelecttic axis but form an angle with it. Owing to the mechanism of nucleation, such walls may be displaced more easily. betracter's notet Complete transla tion Card 2/2 MILLER, R. "Calendering twilled fabrics.W p. 81. (ODZIEZ, Vol. L, no. 3, Mar. 1953j WJ 7, " Poland) SO: Monthly List of East 5iropean Accessions, L. C., Vol. 3, No. 5, May 195h, Uncl- BOGAGH. FMtlsbplc.[Aohdo,.Irrantisisk]; KILLER, Rudol'f. inzhener. car indu try in Czechostow"r. S101. dor. transy. 3? aPP309--A-~ W- 157. (KWU 10:6) 1. Zamst1tell 'nachal'alks, TSentrallnogo uprawlenlys, lokmotIvnogo I- YWonnogo khosyvLystva Kluloterstva transports (for Frantishek). 2' .1whallnik otdola 139stralinogo uprawlenlya lokonotivnogo I ;4onnogb khoxyaystva Kin'leterstva transports, (for Miller). (Csochoslovakt&--PAilroaft--C&rs) MILLER, Rudolf, inz. More cleanness in passenger cars. Zel dop tech 9 no.12:355-357 '61. K, 11 ~ - ~--, ,- i,r 1'111-~ VUEP, S. Three steps toward mechanization of the preparation of soil for afforestation, p. 27. (LAS POTSKI,, Warszawas Vol. 27j, noe 3,, Mar. 1953.) SOi Y4nthly List of East European Accevaions, (Em), Tx, vol. 4, No. Of, dm. 1955, U;icl. mniER, smisim. ?MUERv STANISLAW. Pozyaldwanie nasion drzew i krsevow lesnych. (1. vyd.) Warszawas, Fanstwove Wydawn. Holnicze i Leone, 1955. IU p. (Biblioteczka lesniezego) (Obtaining the seed of forest trees and shrubs* lot ed.) DA Not in DLC AGRICULTURE Poland So: East European Accessions Vol. 6. No. 5P MV 1957 I-aLLERO S. How we used the crop of beechnuts. p. 10 LAS POLSKI. (Ministerstwo Lesnictwa oraz Stowarzyszenie Naukowo-Techniczne Inzynierow i Technikow Lesnictw-d i Drzewnictwa) Warszawa,, Poland. Vol. 29, no. 1, Jan. 1955 Monthly list of Fast European Accessions (EEAI) LC, Vol. 9, no. 2, Feb. 1960 Uncl. )MIJM,p S. For properly collecting cones and bringing them to places for removing the seedse P. 39 IAS FOISKI. (Ministerstwo Lesnictwa oraz Stowarzyszenie Naukowo-Techniczne Inzynierow i Technikow Lesnictwa i Drzewnietwa) Wamzawa, Poland. Vol. 29, no. 1, Jan. 1955 Monthly lisi of East European Accessions (EDII) LC, Vol. 9~ no. 21 Feb. 1960 Uncl. MnLM-1 5.1 KWLs S. What looks like this year's gprin:,, campaign for afforestation. P. 7 IAS POLSKI. (1-Unisterstwo Lesnictwa oraz Stowarzyszenie Naukowo-Techniczne Inzynierow i Technikow lesnictwa i Drzewnictvia) Warszavra., Poland. Vol. 29, no. 2, Feb. 1955 Monthly list of East European Accessions (EEAI) LC, Vol. IQ, no. 2, Feb. 1960 Uncl. MILLER, S. .. M=R, S. More about the use of the harvest of pine cones, P. 4e Vol. 29,, no. 12, Deco 1955 LAS POLSKI AGRICULTURE Polmd 3o: Ewt European Accessiont Vol. 6. No. 52 MRY 1957 MILLER, S. New elements for the design of a four-bar linkage. P. 525. PRZEGLAD NECHANICZNre (Stowarzyazenis Inzynierow i Technikow Mechanikow Polskich) Warszawa.. Poland,, Vol. 182 no. 16,, Aug. 1959. Monthly list of East European Accessions (EEAI) LC, Vol. 9,, no. 1,, Tan. 1960. Unclo (AT-, TI BUDOWC 701. Ia. wl. 2, 19S7. S": T,onthly Li:3t n' Y,P!-t. 7iiro-aa Acresoic~n.s -lol. 6, no. _-re. MILIERp S. [Millers, S.) - -, 1. - ~-, 7 - -- I-- In the OVEr Factory. Tekh. est. 2 no.9:20-21 S 165. (MIRA 18:11) 1. Zamestitell direktora Gosudarstvennoy elektrotekhnicheskoy fabriki OVEP",, Riga. MILLFIRt Stefan, dr. inz., adiunkt Designing systems with driving element of variable length. Przegl mech 23 no.24:706-709 25 D 164. 1. Department of General Theory of Machines and Mechanisms, Technical University, Wroclaw. MILMR, Stefan, dr inz. Kinematic designing of mecbaniam with eleme*s of variable length, FmgI meeb 21 no.16:502-504 25 Ag 162. 1. Politachnika,, Wroclaw, OW SLsfan, Jr. inz.; 'i"Plifl [~~y 01,anislaw, '14111T ~, v, z YG y K. , doc. dr. inz. ; ,*'IiLLEh, Ingr, inz.; FUS, Andrzej., mgr. iliz. Review of the technical pr"ss. Frzegl mech 24 no.2:5~-61 21, Ja 11~r. MIU%, Stefan, dr inz,,, adiunkt Conditions for assembling toothed gears in closed circuit, Przpgl mech 23 no. 1: 2-4 10 Ja 164. 1, Katedra Teorii Mechanizmow, Politechnika, Wroclaw. L W 0 V . t. Invf-stig-Ating the nm-7,aetic susce,~tibilitv cf' min'.1in,3 and ex~)Jorntjon. llazved. I J) /9 4 ea ,Y 4Z',n. ,c--- N-) I ~ .44 ' 1', ~'- -~ ~ KIIM, S.K.; SIDIS, S.K. Quality of nonferrous metal scraD and waste. TSvet.met. 27 no.6:47-50 N-D '54. (MIRA 10:10) Olonferrous metals) ItTRIN. Klkbidl Alsksan4rovich; ISTITIN. Vullf EaAagnovich; RUBIKSMIM, Iostf Grigorlyevich; KIT-TAR. Sol-omon Mikhaylovich; MILLIS. L.Te., kandidat BMT. Y.U., rodaktor; CHIPikOV. A.W.. redaktor; ARICUORLISUU, K.S., redaktor Isdatell- stval MIKUATLOTA. V.V.. tekbidebeekly redaktor [SwAsdary nonferrous aetala] TtericluWe tevetmWe metally; spravoch- nike Isd. 3-~, perer. i dope ft4 rote T-1A.Belova. Moskva. Gas. nanahno-takha. lad-vo lit-ry po'chernat i tevetnot metallurgit. Pt.10.[Procuremeit and primary processiog] Zagotovka I pervichmats. obralkitim. i956. 558 p. (KIRA 9: 7) , tsoof errous metals) CHER,IIYAVSKIY, I.Ya.; PISAPENYO, A.A.; MI LLPH $ -8'1., N. , . 7 -, Slabs from in slag melts for floors of industrial buildings. Lit. proizv. no.11:42-43 N 164. 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I*Cqtq cattinl .00 '1411 .lilt tolmm, .1.1.1 indwair 11141 Ow ol.-Ilvell- .4 ",let .1waylits skiwouliwi the it., artd,~*v oil llirdwI&I, .1.11 Oll tile 1111.1 4-Wit. 1.1 th~ 41111. A. P.-C. coo goo 00 goo zoo goo .00 COO '-s 6 v l 0 4- 1 -3 O A I 1*0 0 it OR at a A it t of III It a i # i I 14 ~ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 * 0 a o 0 o 0 0 6 0 0 q o * 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 0 of 00 000000 6 0 I& : TOO ~-000S 0 00 Soo* 0 4 0 41 4) #A d 0& it of is 13 w 16 11 0 11 1 M a All 111 is 17 16 so 14 is to 0 is 0 (A 0 It I I d a I i A a 4 f 1 1 1 0 1 1 A 11 1 a r M1146116"I cimages to the organism during Muscular d iv ", Conditions of a toxic anoxemis. 1. Gas act ii, mo 00 a exchanger put" and respiration during muscular activity ' 00 C after pokstaing with niftocklorrobeasevot. S. % _Njj L' ' oul V. K. Navolwookif. .1. Phytial, V S. S, H. 2J. 00 "9 01(1037); Ckerro. /emir 1430. 1, a.)ws. of. pl,"'lifla slt,ti, After lwkonitis omith CIC.11,N0, l"ItTlAti'm up tot it,,. Ka. ewil.kilite aud oe~pllaliwt of (lo'X% cluonged l'ut little fr.,?Il the norvitil. *rhe 00 noent of the (h luililly toy rrolucin.1% the m-Aibbilily of lite . hi-ninglobin vm% rolictly virtnix-n%strd 11v an invicaw in the 00 piol-w rate. Notts dtiriiijr rr-t and activilv- M. 0. M. zoo 60 * 0 00 0 so 96 ~111FALLURGICAL LITINAT tAt CLASSIP KATIGM G#4 "t, %. OW 4111111-31"(1 I p 40 A 7 A, 00 U off 'i : 0 0 06 6460940 .0 * Soo doe liso go '00 IV, -41,111 aoooo It, 'A I a, 00 ON 00 04 @1, '01 0M 100 0' let @I, *, 01 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 *1 KILLER, S. V. 37526 Oanovnyye voprosy FiLiyeny truda v alyuminiyevom proizvodstve. v SE; XII vaesoyuz. Slyezd gigiyenistov, epidemioloEcv, ilikrobiologov I infektsionistov T.I.M., 1949, a-152-=.4 .W SO: Letopie'ZYurnallnykh Statay,Vol. 57, ISA9 It FpWWvm I"Ins owl-( 41.41INKI ota.A. 14141: 016 k IInc ill winter 1,01mlly M Ito a I"# M 11.1 ), itir foll'I'l '.I the Ott011011. ble'AHOV1111, 11141i"114,61 MWOOMI Mill-14 Me Iev"numnuled. v jkvWly of Ilse itts 4 nwhina Isom. for VWAjiy'iItIpFGVVd VCHWA600. G. M. K. VISHNEVSKrY, V.L., glav. red. ~_Lj)~W, prof., red.; MATS, OSHCHEPY,OVA, A.11.2 red.; StKULIN, I.P., dots., red.; ANSTIK, M.B. p red. [Materials of the Second Scientific and Practical Confer- ence of Sverdlovsk City and Province Sanitary and Epidem- ic~l Station) Nlaterialy Vtoroi nauchno-prakticheskoi kon- ferentsii Sverdlovskol gorodskoi i oblastnoi sanitarno- epidew,iologichoskikh stantsli. Sverdlovsk, 1962. 223 p. (Y,Ifd, 17: 5) 1. Ilauchno.-prakt!cheskaya konferentsiya Sverdlovskoy go- rodakoy i oblastnoy sanitarno-or.,idr-iriologicheskikb stantsii. 2d, Sverdlovskp 1961. 2. Zaveduyushchiy Sverdlovskim ob- lastrqm otdelom zdravookhraneniya (for Vishnevskiy). 2. Sverdlovskaya gorodskaya sanitarno-epidemiologicheskaya stantsiya (for Rostik). MITIMR. S.V- Fifth scientific session of the Sverdlovsk Institute of Industrial Ryglene and Occupational Dimeas~~. 01g. I man. no.11:53-55 1 154. (MUSTRIAL 1ffGMM (NM 7:12) In Russia, conf.) (OCCUPATIONAt DMUS33, prevention and control In Russia, conf.) SOV/137- 57-1-1661 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Metallurgiya, 1957, Nr 1, p 222 (USSR) AUTHORS: Miller, S. V ., Gorlanova, N - M ., Glushkov, L - A ., Bessonova, A ~ P., M-thb, Ye._V.' Saknyn', A. V., Cherepanova, K. A. TITLE: Results and Goals of the Scientific Work on Labor Hygiene in Elec- trolytic Shops of Aluminum Plants (Itogi i zadachi nauchnoy raboty v oblasti gigiyeny truda v elektroliznykh tsekhakh alyuminiyevykh zavodov) PERIODICAL: V sb.: Vopr. gigiyeny truda, professional'noy patologii i toksi- kologii v prom-sti Sverdl. obl., Sverdlovsk, 1955, pp 121- 127 ABSTRACT: The unsatisfactory sanitary working conditions in electrolytic shops of Al plants are characterized by the presence in the atmos- phere of Fe compounds, the amounts of which near the baths (B) and in working passages exceed the permissible concentrations by 200-6001o. The dust content in the atmosphere during the prepara- tion of B attains 30-60 mg/m3. The radiant-heat flux during the period of B preparation amounts to 2-4 cal/cmz per min, but it may attain 9-10 cal/cm2 for short periods of time. The jumps and Card 1/2 drops in air temperatures close to B's and in the passages is SO V/137- 57-1-1661 Results and Goals of the Scientific Work on Labor Hygiene (cont.) 10-200C higher than those termed permissible by sanitation standards. During the cold-weather period, when the air is changed 10-13 times per hour, the temperature falls below OOC. All these conditions bring about a chronic Fe poisoning ["F - " in the Russian text - Transl . note ], koniotic changes in the lungs, and an increase of the over all incidence of sickness. For the improve- ment of sanitary conditions it is recommended that the leakage of heat and harmful gases into the air from the electrolytic B be minimized by means of decreasing the leakages in the exhaust- ventilation hoods, reducing the time required for B preparation through the mechanization of the process of continual intake of alumina into the B underneath the crust instead of batch loading. Measures were outlined for sanitary protection of the atmosphere on the lands covered by a plant and neighboring residential areas from harmful discharge of dust, tarry substances, etc. B. T. Card 2/2 Uscom!_DC41131 KILLAR, S.V., prof. Kaximum permissible concentration of fluorine comDounds in the air In populated areas. Pred.dop.konteent.atmoof.zogr. no.2:29-46 155. (MIRA 10:11) 1. In .'Verdlovskogo instituta gigiyeny trude i prof zMb6tevaniy. (AIR--POLLUTION) (FWORINM COKPOUNDS) IIILLERj S. V.;B7K,30MOVA, A. P.; GUISHKOlIj L. A.; GORLANOVA, 14. M.; GOTLIT, YP. V.; 9AKnTr- A. V.; STONIN-BAKIIUREV, I. I%; FILATOVA, A. S.; SUPJS, V. G.; GRUMS, G. 0. "Sanitary labor nonditions in the electrolytic shops of aluminum plants the essential health-protection measures." report submitted at the 13th All-lynion Congrev3 of Hygienists, Epidemiolo,-ists and Infectionists, 1959. XILLIM 3.V Sverdlovsk interinstltute conference on problems of the pathogenesis, clinical aspects, and prophylaxis of silicosis and other forms of pneumoconlosim. Gig.truda I profzab. 3 no,2155-56 Mr.Lp 159. (MIR& 12:6) (LUNGS-DUST DISUSA&-CONGRESSES) MILLER S V prof.; SLDILOW4, M.S. (Sverdlovsk) L=iz-i-S I- Activity of the Sverdlovsk section of the All-Russian Medical Society of Hygienists and Sanitary Physicians in 1960 and the first half of 1961. Gig. i san. 26 no.10:89-91 0 161. (MIRA 15:5) (SVERDLOVSK-PUBLIC HEALTH SOCIETIES) VEIS,N.T.; LCK1ZB,L.G.[trawlator1;N1R1WOV, Ruben Maktor; KRYUKOF,I.A., redaktor: KCRMJW.N.N.. takhnichookiy redaktor [Behavior and application of ferrites In the microwave region. Translated frm the Boglish] Svoistvo~ ferritov I U& primemenis v dispasone $VCR. Pereyod a angliinkogo .6.G.Lamize. Noskva, Ind- vo "Sovetskoe adio." 1956. 99 p. (~Lm 9:3) (Ferromagustim) I T. K Technology of thin-walled bushings for the Warzawa YQ20 paisenger car. C. 117, Vol. 5, no. 4, Apr. 1955, TECHNIKA x6myzicyin 30:RXITHLY LI3T OF & T EUROPaN ACC:MIO113. (&~AL). LC, VOL.4, no'. 9. Sept. 1955, Uncl. MILLER. T., liqshAner (g. Praga) ~VcMschlnery on Czechoslovak railroads. Pat' I put. khos. no.l: 4? ja 15?. (MRA 10:4) (Csochoolovakla-Rallroado--Ralls) MILLU, T., lashoser (C. Praga). a - 1 .2 C Z~ O.C. h, so 110-T S-kisi pa- t I I put. khos. no. 2:47 F 057 6 (Caschoslevakla-4kilr"do-l"Is and implamsts) (MLIA 10:4) -1 MILLER,, Vjktor,A2ejcsandroviCh' KURAKIV, Lev Anatol'yevich; GERUS, tekh-1. red. ~A., red.; I I (Electron-beam receiving tubes; their properties and para- meters] Priemnye elektronno-luchevye trubki (svoistva i parametry). Moskva, Izd-vo "Energiia," 1964. 367 p. (MIRA 17:2) Ila* po bromwe died swillum below quildow bell"Oft P" brel" ift dbsbft Sodom. % . a 4, At. of. Nw. 00411. &INA Yu. M. 6MI y A4". Ne" be 41,~ ~.tM N~. voldwet 8h" Mawerthe me" (auk bF 0 I . .. at ft* Well me. w" em s4. slim. of Mailf). ISO allied MO. 41 ftDr oW Nailer 10 I Ilad-arder esis 6, 01113F. 2.13, -8.1, 627b,.Mdr. am at 35 all 79, no min 4 tied sc,"im 3 rrik*Q ~ly -;; -ii'6= disidbudes of rqku. The activa" A /low*. Asmaine; a firlise4mlas 41saw 0 -3 X 110-* cm. Ma is Awic f*ctdw - 11.01, The expel. K IS to ag"O"mat wkb Ow activat"Viomplas timsery. I'M 0 W + Of-. h*ow4 b7 IPr* + W` ~ Vflk*. The assumption W an imintion of PrIk k awasiatent witli the abarrvatim al Gaml (C-4. ", SIW4) on the dw. tvaid. c4 Re I im s4. 806. N. Thm P kr' A % q Z P, flow age" at awinigin" d I wft the am 411110111110111111116 11111110110M M. a. %-Cmas. 7 M. Miller. anti A. 1. F"Inatirva Wait Sci. U.&S.R.. Moscow), IWIddy A&W. Xeak S.S.S.R. TS. a .won cowls. ad 10110miliff" *Mt- of kah" -4 with 0 1`16160- 41filed 911111fiRwIeStil Wftllift A as clatictr We tht firawnt D arceiddery fur the lwtn. of tlw comied. Y of maknown ft, sail end brinip the vol. of the win. to ri, mi. The ppt. 8. Which contains part of the acitivily. in Altered. washed, add dried; feet Its activity ter 1. cususto/culn, To the filtrate. witlicis contakis the activity cor", ociding to tow SAY. of is. one whis SdAiu a WIN- nial" ul the inactive carrier A. and the tealitrat D, and twinge the voll. to ft ad. The 2nd ppt. of 8 is again fittegini. - washed. add dricall; feet k& activity be & If the unknown mily. ul It Is x millbageles/ral., the w. of It reawkiniI In M416 after 11W tat lopin to xv~ awl Its amt. Its the P31t, 1. ~d - xr, I millinanics. iVe activity of the tat ppl. Is It - 4 a - irrd/a. After the 22nd pl;tn.. the win. contAitt3 ave.1 and the t. (a + Awl - X%) nullimola of D. The activity of the 241P ppl. is Is - (CXft/d) K's + Amt -xrq)Ad + ZT01. The niviesurril wtantily is the ratio 0 - 1,11" died x 1, found by %olvint a quattratic Sq"don. as a function of a. N. pg. Anti 0. 1 V1 - ft as F. thd (091UUlA SIMPlifin 16) X - a(Vil--+ 4 -00 w. The Neetbod was applied to the detts. of the wly. of CujC,%5)$ in a 60% own. of zns%. at Me. with Coal as the radloadivv Imlicstor. and 15 mg. MOM Inillimide) of CUSO~ as carrier; the VIA. r &I each liptn. wa% 1211M) mi. The soly. of CuACNS)o w4m fituml - 0-40 + 0-M utiffinaiale/l. As another CRAM111t. 1110 MVIV. Of NUNION), was thill. by Plan. of NA:IIPOi With %IgCll + N11.0. with the resuk that a 44olol exec-so of the reagent it tulYk*nt (or complete pptn. N, Than T'allmt, V. 1'. Nuclav.r Physics. "Study of ljrcx-iinc Isotype :,llxch2nier, between Pr,~J,, 1. romi (IC ;,nd Sodium Bromide in AlCOIL01," Illuclaar Sci. Abstracts, 5, Nlo. 8, 1951. tguER, v, B. 11MUN -SAZCNOV 9 L. A. ADSORPTION General method for Investigation of coprecipitation and adsorption with the aid of tagged atoms. Zhur. anal.khIm. 7 no. 5, 1952. Developed a general mou" for atuftift so-preapitaftons win redloactive 1"Uposo Stmiled the relation of co-precWtation of SyCrOk vith 1kCr04 at different relative eoncm,, at varlow pH valusse Mw mex ca-preciplUtion ma deU at a dstinite pff valuse A spatial diagram of the oci-procipitattom of SK104 and BaCrO4 wo plotted, With the aid of this diagrem~ 1Wrovements wow sub an t1w dkmaste method of espara" An from Bre 26IT29 9. Month List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, December -195.Y, Uncl. 2 MlLLM40 V. B. USSR/Physics Isotopes May 53 '2 "Applications of Radioactiv I otopes in Analytic Chemistry," M.B. Neyman and%-.Bs. Miller T Usp Fiz Nauk, Vol 50, No 1, PP 93-122 Describes- applications of radioactive isotopes in analytic chemistry. Divides the material into 3 sections: phys methods, chem, method6 of analysis, and applications to research. Rqfers to own former works in Uspekhi Xhiviii 17 (1948); works of P. Daudel, Anal. Chim. Acta 5 (1951); and those of P. Sue, Bull. Soc. Chim Fr., 9D, 5-6 (1951). 261T102 261T102 I M I LU-: klN~Fj - IT R/Physical Chemistry - Kinetics. Combustion. Explosives. Topochemistry. '88 Catalysis, B-9- AbatJournal: Referat Zhur - Xhimiya, No 19, 1956, 9''Plo Author: Neyman, M. B., Miller, V. B., Shapovalov, Yu. M. Institution: None Title: 1mvestigation of the Influen~ce of the Structure of MolecU16 on the Velocity of Ionic ancl-Atomic Isotope Exchange Reactions. I. Influence of lengthening of the Carbon Atom Chain of the Alkyl Radical on the Velocity of Isotope Exchange of Alkyl Halide with-Halogen Ions. II. Influence of Isomerization of the Radical and Introduction of a Doubie Bond on the Velocity of Isotope Exchange of Alkyl Halide with Halogen Ions Original Periodical: Zh. fiz. khimii,-1954, 28, No 7, 1243; 1955, 29" No 5, 892-897 Abstract: I. A study has been made of the kinetics of the reaction of iso- tope exchme: RX + X*d;*_ RX* + X-, where R = CH31 C05, D-CJR7 and X = B or 1131. The raactior~,vaa carried out in C2H5O Card 1/3 a. USSR/Physical Chemistry - Kinetics. r#4ft4jVW^4' ~01. Catalysis, B-9 ',VP Abet Journal: Referat Zhur - Khimiya, No 19, 1956, 61o6o Abstract: solutions containing 10$ %0 in the temperature region of 100-1000. Considered are the kinetics of different exchange mechanisms and it is shown that the velocity constant remains constant only with -ah i-onic-molecular mechanism of the reaction. Energies (kcal/mol) and entropies (entropy units) of activation are for CH Br 17 5 and 19.5; C2M5 CH3, 15-4.and ' Br 18 and 22-7; C3H-7Br 18.4 and 22; 19.5; C2H5I 19 and 17.4; C3H 1 19.3 and 13.3. From th6 obtained data it f ollows that 40W1 iodIdes undergo exchange with k~MWster than alkyl bromides with Br-. Lengthening of the carbon-atom chain in the aPwl halide radical slows down its isotope exchange with ions of th# halogen. II. In a 0 ethanol solution were determined the energies of activation in kcal/mol (first figure) and the forexponent (1/mol sec) for the following r actions: (1)r, (CH ) CHBr + Br*- (at 900-1200) 19.0 and 100; (2) (CH )2CHI t I-w- -(4RZO) 20.0 and 6-loY; (3) CE2 N CHCH2Br + Br*- (180410) 16.0 aDd 2.8-108. The data obtaifed confirm the assumption that in the case of ionic-molecular reactions associated with inversion of the configuration the v&Mity of the process is determined essentially Card 2/3 USSR/Pbysical Chemistry - Kinetics. Combustion. Explosives. Topochemistry. Catalysis, B-9 Abet Journal: Referat Zhur - Khimiya, No 19, 1956, 61060 Abstract: by the energy barrier which must be overcome by the carbon atom on passing through the facet of the tetrahedron between #Wb- stituents. Replacement of 2 atoms of hydrogen at the apexes of the facet by methyl radicals slows down the isotope exchange by more than 100 times and increases the energy of activation by 3-4.5 kcal/mol. Lowering of energy of activation of isotope exchange and increase in velocity of the reaction on introduction of a double bond ince,,6-position Indicate the possibility of the occurrence of the reaction in the case of alkyl bromide without inversion of configuration in accordance with the scheme: Bri"+ CH2 = CHCH2Br + BrNCH2CH = CH2 + Br-. Card 3/3 Chemistry - Pbysical;-chadstry 'Pub., 22 - 34/46 Authors-: Neynian, ff.' B; Shapovalov, Yu. H.; and Killar,,V. B. Title Substitution of H-atoms In a CH38r molecule by Br-atoms and its affect on the rate of.ion Isotope exchange. Periodical Dok, AN SSSR 97/4.. .703-706,t Aug 1', 1954 Abetract The substitution of H.:-atom6 in a CH3Br_ molecule by Br-atoms, and its effect,on.the rate and,activation energy constant of the Iso- topic exchange reaction of Br-substitutes of methane with Br-ions., investigated in a'90%-alcohol solution. Results.indicated that the tharmal effect of the isotope,exchange reaction equalled zero and the,equilibrium constant was independent of temperature. The mechanism of isotope exchangep is explained. Nine references: ' US-M and 1-USA (1869-1953). Tables; graphs. Institution Acad. of Se. USSR, Institute of Chemical.Physies Presented by-: Academician H. N. Semenovj March 27,, 1954 IND ~cw IMM 91 WOROM Lbw~ -- kawe to". Neiman. 4 "P4. O~A k6ggs:,~-Iu 0 / 39. W"-7~IWWY Cl - CA The isowpe ex.,hange rate of tv,-Flrhr and iso- i 4e M -ith I,h-c coftespmWing hA6d* how-go iont in 00%, Moll. ..d the toc'etl of tho w-W linkage on the i"0" exchmnse iate were studied. An isomerization of the alkyt radiml ~z - ---- - -; - ~ .~ . -~ ~ T z-_~- - - - -, - - . --- 1 1. . '~ -I- --:~--_--;~ - - --- .- -1,-Z . - - t - 7-l-," , - - , --- ~lf- ~ , -, . . -. . . - ~- -- -:- --- , -, , - , , - - :~, -". - , .: -~)r - . - I :- 1- - --~ . -~: .- -,- - --.:- - I -, , --- -. - ---- - - : - , .- . . - - -, - - - - - 'im - - f /iliik" K.B.; KILUM, ToBe; SHAPOTAWT, Yu.K. ISTOGUA0~102 of the Influeado of Molecular structure on the rate of Ionia "I atowle reactions In Imetopic exchange. III. Influence of the number of halogen stons to carbon Mons on the speed of ionic Isotopic exchange of halogen derivatives of mothaao* Zhure fis.khim. 29 a9.6:u)42-io4q is lo. (KLM 9: 1) I.Akadmiya asuk SM. Isstitut khislahoskoy finiki. (Zen exchange) (Ralides-lootopes) (Kothase) V 914# OW071QATKM OF THE ZrFltCT OF MOLECULAR STSUCTURZ ON TIM RATE OF IONIC AND ATOWC MMPlt ZXCRANGE RZACTIONS. IV. CRAIN RADICAL MOTOPE ZICKANGE OF ALKYL lOVXDM WMH F LX- MZNTART IODvM. M,16solm,", V, , amq yu~ ANO16 W !,~llk Fla. .86 ., 4mg(mor mar. t7n mumbuo The owbmp 1,&wtmnx III + It'll in Moobol solution and -l". --I.- - ~-- mA&-A ?I- b"UnGATIM Ot THS RVISCI OF A IQLW (it TIM *'HANC!t SEACTWO OT-SM CAO CK SIR r AT saw xo/ PRESSME. W, Cl. 00 Y. a. ~e.'Xmlqj. mc.-II'AO-law. F, 0, 1. Laliw-- UW &LA'Q9"wwy (moscov lp!& of Cbtaucal jp ff,'7W-somaj jans. (in __fkmw~- RILD&_p RUf4lt&P) R*GWtA of InVeStIlation revealed OW With the increase of the stmosp~hert pressure up to 250 kg/cml the constant for the CMIl - r isowpi'd 910"a reaction rate, in licoitor &20 Wtaol - sqlttou.4 moluUans. more "a dmWed, in MILLER, Y- )3, 101-3-18/23 AUTHORS: Dzantiyev, B.G., Miller, W'.B. and Nikonov; B.F. TITLE: Evaporation of Ba~r_1u"m__a_n_d__3_t`iontium Oxides from an Oxide Cathode (Ispareniye bkislov bariya i strontsiya s oksidnogo katoda PERIODICAL: Radiotekhnika i Blektronika, 1958, Vol-III, N0.3 pp. 431 - 433 (USSR3. ABSTRACT: The investigated cathodes were coatedWh the dQuble carbonate containing radio-active traces Ba and 33707. The carbonates were deposited on to the cores of electrolytic nickel by spraying and had a thickness of 100 g. The awtive surface had an area of 0.2 ci2. The investigation was carried out at various cathode temperatures (745 - 1 300 OC), at various anode current densities (up to 2.2 A/ci2) and over varying periods of operation. The relationship between-the evaporation of the oxides and the current density is shown in Fig.1, where the abscissae represent the current density and the co-ordinates give the amount of the evaporated oxides in %. The percentage of the evaporated oxides is a function of time ig given in Fig.2 the curves were taken at a timperature of 1 040 C and at a current density of 0.?5 A/cm . Fig. 3 shows the amount of the evaporated oxides as a function of the cathode temperature; the Cardl/2curves were taken after a 20-hour operation of the cathodes 109-3-18/'23 Svaporation of Barium and Strontium Oxides from an Oxide Cathode from which no current was drawn. From the above figures, it is seen that the evaporation of barium is more int8nae than that of strontium. Thus, at a temperature of 1 200 C, nearly 9% of barium and only 10516 of strontium is evaporated after a 20-hour operation. The authors express their thanks to Professor M.B. Neyman and B.M. Tsarov for their help and dis- cussions. There are 3 figures and 5 references, 1 of which is Russian. SUBMITTED: May 31, 1957 AVAILABIR: Library of Congress Card 2/2 MILLIR, V.B.; IMMAN. M.B., PUDOV, V.S.; IAM, L.I. Thermal oxidative degradation of polypropylene. Part 1: General characteristics of the oxidation reaction. Tysokom.soed. 1 no.11:1696-1702 N 159. (MIRA 13:5) 1. Institut khimicheskoy fiziki All SSSR. (Propene) MILLER, V.B.; IMMU, M.B.; SHLYAPKIKOV. Tu.A. Thermal oxidative degradation of polvprop7lene. Part 2: Kinetics of the initial stage of oxidation. Vyvokom.soed. 1 no.11; 1703-1796 N 159- (MIRA 13:5) 1. Institut khimicheskoy fiziki AN SSSR. (Propene) -5(4) AUTHORS; Miller, V. B., Neyman, M. B.9 SOV/62-5c--2-9/40 Solodovnikov, S. P. TITLE: Investigation of the Reaction of Isotopic Exchange Between Methyl Iodide and Iodine (Issledovaniye reaktaii izotcpnogo obmena yodistogo metila a yodom) FERIODICAL: Izvestiya Akademii nauk SSSR. Otdeleniye khimiche3kikh nauk, 1959, Nr 2, pp 247-250 (USSR) ABSTRACTs In the present paper the isotopic exchange between Ca 3J and 12 was investigated in absence of solvents at 30 and 45 . The irradiation of the reaction mixture was carried out by means of a 2 SVDSh-250-3 quartz lamp (Fig 1). The tal results are given in the table. As it can be seen the exchange rates in the dark and on light exposure are in accordance within error limits. This indicates that the higher concentration of iodine atoms in the volume due to irradiation does not affect the rate of the isotopic exchange. It might therefore be assumed that the exchange reactiQn in the volume does not take place over iodine atoms. Tiie addi- Card 1/3 tion of oxygen does not influence the rate of the isotopic Investigation of the Reaction of Isotopic Exchange SOV/62-59-2-9/4 Between Methyl Iodide and Iodine exchange. This suggests that in the volume no radical chain reaction takes place as it is the case in solutions where the disappearance of alkyl radicals in the oxygen reduces the rate of the isotopic exchange. The dependence of the reactic rate on the pressure of the components is shown in figure 2. Accordingly, the regotion rate depends up to 0.2~ mm linear13 on the pressure of iodine. At higher pressure it remains practically constant. This is apparently in connection with the fact that the reaction is proceeding on the surface in this case. At a pressure over 0.25ona saturation of the sur- face occurs whereby an increase in piessure does not cause az considerable change in the reaction rate. There are 2 figures, 1 table, and 6 references, I of which is Soviet. ASSOCIATIONs Institut khimicheskoy fiziki Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of Chemical Physics of the Academy of Sciences, USSR) Card 2/3