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NAUIAOV, Sergey Pavlovich "Mafertal on the Fixed Distribution of Fabbits (Lepus fimiduo L)" Uchenye zt~piski Mosk. gos. ped. In-ta tm V. I. Lenina, Vol. 24, NQ.2, 1941. NAUMOV, Sergey Pavlovich "Material on the Dynamics of Parasite Fauna for Mannalis" Zool. Zhurn. Vol. XXIII, No. 4, 1944. NAUMOV, Sergey Favlovich "Best Methods of Trapping Rabbits" Zagotizdat, 1945. HAUMOV, Sergey Pavlovich "Material on the GeOgraphic and Fixed Distribution of Yarmots in the Central Tyan-Shan" ByLal. MIP, No. 5-6, 1945. NAUMOV, Sergey Pavlovich "Game Fauna of West Siberian Forests and Perspectives for Ito Eccnomic Uitlization" Tr. Konferents. AN SSSR po izuch. proizb. sil Irkutsk6y Obl. 1947. HAUM(4 Bergey Pavlovich "Problem of Acclimatizing Squirrels to the Pine Forests of Tyan-Shaw', Uch. zap. Moak. Goo. ped in-ta, im V. I. Lobina, Vol. 2, No- 3, 1947. IMMSOV, Sergey Pavlovich "Ecology of the Rabbit (Theoreticall FundairentlAs for Forecasting pcpulation)" VNITO lesa, 1948. NAUMV, Gergey Flavlovich "Lumber Management Dictionary and Manual (number of article son Zoology)" ",IM lesa, 10148. a, ---- llfl~ KAUMOV, Bergey Pavlovich "Systematics aM Biology of Game Animals and Birds in the USSR" Zagotizdat 1948. NAUMV, Sergey Pavlovich "Reconstruction of the Fauna of Care Animals in the USSR During the Stalin Five Year Plan" Byull. MOIP Vol. 4, No. 6, 1949. NAUMOV, Sergey Pavlovich "Zoology of Vertebrate" UchpedgLz 1951. NAUMV, Sergey Pavlovich "The Hare" Article for 2nd Ed. of Lumber Management Handbook, 1952. NAUMOV, Sergey Pavlovich "Zoology of Mountain RAnges" Radyans'ka ohkols (Revised and supplemented edition of a text for pedagogical Higher schools)1953. NAUMOV, Sergey Pavlovich "Reasons for and Regularities In the Dynamics of RRbbit Population in Yakutsk" Thesis Report 3rd Ecological Conference, Vol. IV, 1954. NAUMOV, Sergey Pavlovich "Zoology for Mountain Ranges" Panstwowe vjdawrictwo naucowe, Warsaw, 1954. NAUMV, Sergey Pavlovich "Course in Zoology. (for Ce-oaraphy Fsculties)" Part II, Uchpedgiz, 1955. SMIUN, A.G., prof., daktor blol. nank; MMOT& S*Pa, prof., doktor blol. nauk; FORMARWA, ", tekhn. red, Cnwxam of pedagogloal Institutes; soognograpby for geographr facultleal ProgromW pedagogIchask1kh lastItutay; geograflia zhlvotm7l& d1la geogrefichoWd1h fakalltstov. Noskra, Gov, uobabno-padMog. lzd-va N-va prosy. RS=, 1955. 13 P.(Ru U29) 1. ihavia (1917- I.S.F.S.R.) Glavvae uprawlenlys yrsahlkh I sradnIl& peft4ogicheakikh nahebmW swedenly. (Zoageography-ftudy and towhlvg) XAMW,Ijwv-p"f.: GILUM, N-S-, Prof.; BMIKOT, A.Ge, prof.; ROGOW. ,me, r4d*: NZIONIMMI. Kole, tekhn. rod. [PIrogrem of pedecodeal Institutes; zoology for natuml science famaltleal Nagrawm tabasiduh InAltutow., soologils, 4116 faktdotstow GrAestTosuantia. [Moskm] Uchepedes. IL955 32 P. WIL 11:9) 1. Imsta (1917- 01"noys upravlenlys vysxkhlbh I orsdalkh podagogldwddktk naltsbueft savadenly. (Zoology-ftU4 CA teaching) ZEKOVICH, Lev AlsksandrovIch; MAUROW, Sorgey Povlovich; RAMTUDOTA, A.S., redaktor; KAMOVA, N.V. 7 TM~fWdiffWY-lidaktor. [BrI*f couroo In soology: manual for the geography dep*rtmonts of podagoglcal Institutesj Xr&tk1I kurs soologil: uchobsos posoble dlia geograficheckikh fakullti-tev podagogichookikh iustituttv. Koskva, Goo. nch*b%*-Vv?1s*,isX. Isd-vo Kinisterstva preaveshchosita RSM,19!.5. 427 P. (zoology) (KLRA 9:4) ZATRCN, Hikolay Petrovioh:. RAUMV, Gergel Paylovich; ZOLOWO AONO 0 prof., red.; BVAXLO, L.S., red.izd-va; FOUTCHWe P.M.0, [Biology of game animals and birds in the u.s.s.R.] Bioiogua ,proorolovykh sveral i ptits SM, Pad obshchal red* AeK.Kolosovile Moskva. lad-vo ftntrosolutat 1960. 236 p. (nu 14:2) (Gem and am birds) 16 j 31 a loci ~f ac j . 3-5 Inn !m u a jaX5~ - Og iv A 0 HO a 9- 531A 0 8-. a -1 :A --;- 3 1 a J d la'.42 5 1 10 J, 4161s-1 ~j iI "i I IL I lilt 1,11t, I j 11 v _S.Z.L DUKALISKAYAp N.M,v red.; 101MOV9 A.M.; LkVWyv N.pq V=T& XXWVAq 0.9.9 red. lnd-Val WRAWVAq V.A.9 tekhn. red. [Biology of somaereial asinals in the U-SeSsRel Biologiia or*- nvlovfth mrsi, &MR* Keekwav Goo. W-avc 'V~vnhaia IhkoI&O6 2961. 379 P. (Gow and gamw birds) (MIRA 1416) FAUMOV S P.; JABUTIN, Yu.V. Materials on the bird fauna of the Verkhoyansk folded region. Report 11o,li Composition of the bird fauna and some characteristic& of species distribution in the western part of the Verkhoymnsk area. Biul. V NO (MIRA 14:12) IF. Otd. biol.66 no.6:116-125 N-D 161. (VMHOYANSK REGIO14-BIPXS) I KOLOSOV, Aleksey Mikhaylovich, prof.; LAVROV, Nikolay Petrovich, prof.; NAUMOV, Sergey Pavlovich, prof.; FETROVSKAYA, L.P., red. - '- (Biology of commercial animals of the U,1S.S.R.1 Biologlia promyslovykh zverei SSSR. Perer. I znachitellno dop. izd. Moskva# Vyoshaia shkolap 1965. 508 p. (MIRA 18:6) NOVIKOV, Pavel A2eksandrovich, prof.; NAUMOV Sergey Pav2ovich, prof.; PETROVSXIJA, L.P., red. ~L~ [Zoology) Zoologiia. Moskyap Vysshaia shkola, 1965. 458 p. (WRA 18:7) ~A '.0V, S,ersoy Ilavlovic-11, Prof.; KifuNl','KARI-YA, Ye.N.p red. (Zoolog uf the wrtebrateal Zoologiis ;4zvonocbzqkh- Mook,va, Prosveshchonle; 190. 462 p. (MIRA 18j12) -,�Lyjioh; SERMO, A.S.. (deceased]; KHAZAV. G.A*9 -AU= PA944ftmi otv. red. 7-Y2TATSKATA, Te.K., red.lzd-va; ANDRIM, S.P., [Improvownt of sanitary condition@ at work, and safety engineering In the by-product coke industry] Osdorovlonle uslovii trade i takhalka, bezopasnosti v koksokhImichemkom prolmdetys. KhArIkov. Goo.nouchno-takhn.isd-vo lit-ry po ohernoi I tevetnoi metallurgil, 1959. 359 P. (KIRA 12:4) (Coke industry--Safety measures) SOV/51-4-6-11/2,& AUTHORS i Gorasimov, F.M., Telltevskiy, IA., Nuumov, B.S., Spizharsidy, S.N. and Womelov, S.V. TITLZs Diffraction Gratings from the State Optical Institute (Difraktsioanyy* reshatki amudaretvannogo Optichaskogo Instituts) PNRIODICAL i Optlim I Spektrookoplys, 1958, Vol IV, Wr 6, pp 779-790 (USSR) AWTRkCTs The present paper describes briefly the technique of preparation of optical diffraction gratings at the State Optical Institute imeni 3.1. Vavilov and discusses in detail the optical characteristics of these gratings in the ~ Itraviolot, visible and near infrared spectral regions. The technique of preparation of gratings was fully desoribed in References 1, 2. Ichalotte gratings for the wavelengthe 2.5-600 r were described in a paper presented at the Ith All-Union Conference on Spectroscopy kRef 3). The gratings are prepared by means of a screw-motion ruling machine (Fig 1) which can produce gratings of 160 x 150 mm area with 1200, 600, 300 and 200 lines/=. This alachins, does not differ from the majority of machines decribod in literature. Figs 2 and 3 show certain details of the carriago of the ruling machias at the Institute. A typical profile of a diffraction Ca rd 1/2 &rating Is shown in Fig 4. The lower part of the figure shows SOV/51-4-6-11/246 Diffraction Gratings from the State Optical Institute an electron microscope Image of a grating with 1200 lines/=. The optical characteristics of the gratings produced are discussed as irell an the sources of certain error#. 'rho resolvizg power of better gratings reaches 600 000. The relative intensity of RcmlLrdls O&hoo+A* in the first order of gratings with 60D lines/mm in about 0.1%, and in better gratings it may be only 0.01%. The gratings of the State Optical Institute produce a high concentration of light in a given direction. 'nus gratings with a step-like profilewith a slope of the working edge of 5-100,concentrato in the maxio= up to 85% of the total reflected light, which in near the theoretical limit. A characteristic chanS3 In the polarization properties of gratings was observed in the region of the maxialm light concentration. On the short-wavolongth side of the maxi== the component with electric vector vibrations parallel to the grating lines Is the more intense, and on the long-wavolength side of the maxi-2- the component with electric vector vibrations perpendicular to the lintm is stronger (Fig 10). There are 10 figures and 17 references, 8 of which are Soviet, C;ard 2/2 4 English, 3 American, 1 German and I translation of a Western work into Russian. ASSOCIATION i Gasudarstvannyy Opticheskiy Institut im. S.1. Vavilova (State Optical Institute Imeni 3.1. Vavilov) SUBMITIM)s January 17, 1968 S,~V/51-5-&-7/19 Gorasimov, FX. &W Naumov, S.S. ,TITIS: An interferometer with a Concave Diffraction Graticg (Interfarometr avognutoy difr&kUionnoy resheticoy) PBRIODICAL.- Optilm I Spoictrosiropiya, 1958, Vol 5, Nr 6, pp 682-685 tUSSR) AMTRACTs Light beems diffracted by a grating may interfere with one another provided they are coherent. xho authors observed interference between boom diffracted by a plane or a concave grating. The apparatus used in experiments with plans gratings is shown schematically in Fig 1. Two diffracted bows k1 and 2 In Fig 1) wore reversed by plane mirrors and after second diffraction at thet grating they wero focused by an objective, as shown in Pig 1. When the mirrors are placed at certain angles interference ban4a are obsorvod at the focus. -rho opticall systes of an interftrcmater with a concave grating is shown in Fig 2. A light beam from a lamp 1 passes through an aperture 2 and after reflection from a half-silvered glass plate 3 fall@ on a concave grating 4. Diffracted beams of the first order are r3yersed by plane mirrors 5 and after a second refraction convergo at a point 6 at which interference may be obsorved visuaily. xho systom can b6 up-A for Card 1/2 observation of interference in monochromatic light only. 'I%0 concave An Interferometer with a Concave Diffraction Grating SOV/51 -5-6-7/19 grating usedhad a radius of curvature of 6 a and 200 lines/mm. The grating width was 50 imn and the length of ruled lines was 130 ira,t. Photographs of interferonco bands obtained with the concave gratinf; are shown in Fig 3. ihe error along tho field does not exu%ed 0.1 bands. A wide central spot me due to light reflected from a grnting as If from a concave mirror (zero-order beem). -rhe weaker spots are duo to multiple diffraction of strong lines 4mitted by the source. Ikis interferometer was successfully applied to testing of reflecting surfaces and of plane diffraction gratings. :there are 3 figures and 5 references, 4 of which are American and I Soviet. SUMMED; January 17, 1958 Card 2/2 ACCESSION NJt: AP4011495 S/0051/64/016/001/0133/0138 ALM101t: GOrasimov, F.M.; Naumov, S.S.; Denisov, L.14. TITIX: Diffraction gratings concentrating radiation in the vacuum ultraviolet and x-ray regions SOURCE: Optika I spektrookopiya, v.16, no.1, 1064, 133-138 TOPIC TAGS: diffraction grating, coneavo diffraction grating, diffraction grating ruling, ultraviolet spectroscopy, x-ray spectroscopy A13STRACT: The characteristics of concave diffraction gratings with step profile rul- ings are discussed. Conventional gratings co=only employed in spectroscopy, parti- cularly in t1w wavelength region below 1000 X, are characteri.;ed by V.,shaped lines separated by flats (a in the figure - see Enclosure). Such gratings in the short wavelength-region.are abaracterized by low efficiency as regptdo concentration of light: about 20% In one of the first orders. In practice, owing to unavoidable ir-, regularities, the actual profile has the appearance shown In b, so that the effict- ancy Is further reduced. In the present paper there are discussed aanrAv* gratings with a line profile of tbi* type ~bMn In c. Theoretically such grating$ MbAuld be Card Acc.m AM11405 more officient.,The angle'Of inclination atmust be of the order 30. Gratings of We type have been:ruled an a 'luninum and have proved capable of concentrativig up to 83% of the reflecteo radiation in one,order. Ultorto, such gratings have not been ruled on glass owing go the meoPanical Officultles involved. These difficulties stem from the fact tPat the grooves muqt be very shallow In view of the small value of the angle C1 and the fact :that the, angle Ct must be maintained constant over the curved surfacciof the gratings. Too authors have ruled and tested concave gratings of this step type on aluminum coated on glass (1200 lines/=) and on F1 glass with 300 600 and IgOO lines/on and angles 09 from 301 to 40. A special set-up was devel- opc~'for visual determination of the location of maximum concentration. The experi- mental gratings, were tested In n number of short wavelength spectrographs and yielded satisfactory results, i.e., resulted in a significant reduction of the ex- posure time. Pis results of measurement of the efficiency of the gratings In the 1100 to 2500 A-region are described elsewhere (S.A.Kulikov and W.G.Kikitin, Opt.- mokhanich.prmyshlonnost!,12,2,1962). A number of the experimental gratings are now being tested further In oblique incidence spectrograpbs Intended for the 100 to Iwo 9 regiom., I formula and 4 figures. Coun'4ry : USSR ,cry: soil scio~,,cc.. Cativnti(jn. L-provczx;nt Cater Erosion . Abs Jour- =Dicl., M. lit, 1958, mo 63143 Author ~~Unoy 'S - V Inst Title Class iZi cat.,-.n of the Fmv of Erosion FormtIons. Orir, Pub. Pochvovedeniyu 1956, No 9, 71-82 Abstract: The autbor distinbuishes betwow cresi-on form- tion types -if ancient and prescnt-~Lny ori(;in. To tba first bolonG hollows, ravines, Lulches and valleys. Present-day erosion formations are divided into the form prcduced by the ,,rccaeses of sheet and volmic erosion. To the first belone surface and striated run-off. Tc the scccnd, bank Card 1/2 j-75 U..S.S.R., / Human and Animal Physiology. Nervous System. T Abs lour: Ref Zhur-Biol., No 5, 1958, 22616. Author-: Naumov, To So Inat : Not Title : Changes of Electrical Activity of the Caudate Nucleus Produced~by Temporary Coupling Circuits of Auditory and Motor Analyzers. Orig Pub: riziol zh SSSRI 1959, 43, No 1, 14-21. Abstract: Mo'vem6nts or the foot occurring in response to sound, the dominating racus aroused by pol- ariiation of the~cortex being located In the motor area, wake associated with lowering of the amplitude and*inorease of the frequency or the potentials of the caudate nucleus. Sim- ilar changes in-eleotrical activity occurred -in response to sound also prior to polarization. Card 1/s If A- "- 0/,' g) rs-eta. Vod..l =*-ut$t=1cj 2. =1 * orl .1 A"Taf A :OC121VO At'$C9 C', =Daewoo. 3-9. *..ttyjjc&1 ~Ma retat-4srt af T-i. San usssve*;-~'V. j1wjzj---4ftIQf no a"& Ad .0 o%jMLMrR--- ijll--Muzi-xt&A"LL~!~ (Zoshoo-renerolocichen I 3~0%jon 2kief (ZLT4z", shaq t -Wir-scPhy 3LO ,404,14 ~t. In iz-b~Tl ca. glib QWIftv- POILKIL'u") . Soria; " 3. -ZonaernIng ftptaro of rho womb in a 110;ftritlf. Y4. . canjkla.0 In VIL"l 'C1612466 at the-4;iIA-2v :i..Mor US 'ASMI "3lnL%ATy-H7fI-3n$ ROQ"rOzsu*s 10 'M. prod--;10r. L34 WIDtowcoe or LO&S BoL- tortes. " X. :!%4 qf ;f I-oboe 47619=6 (za71sh4.s!1d-% "CUPIeca A% 4 = EF ot INZ116 ~ nnl~sz*rlvo ~11: cArb1A`obtaz4r&vM%1 Srj,lbL)j Vp 24-,12. 'Ccnoordlng tile Hols rreatmOnt or A 0. NZIP (*10%. 1 0111.1fiel). P; nARIV f Z OLW St rLs 00 4th I=$ q=. ~Ixt 4I 2-21T -.00 (-4-sx. C-19tor-' v) :f ta' FLr:7 .K 3 -valet* in .0tassoire, -:%-.0 prallient (prolseutel) 3. (SLVG* no, assaZzastIto) . Sofia. JNAUMOV, V.; BEVZYUK, A. First results. Fin. SSSR 37 no.11:55-57 11163. (MIRA 17:2) 1. Nachallnik otdola kontrolya za finuntsovo-khozyayetvennoy deyatellnostly-u Predpriyatiy soveta narodnogo khozyaystva I,Ivoyakogo promyshlennogo oblastnogo finansovogo otdela (for Naumov). 2. Starshiy ekonomis-u otdola kontrolya za finansovo-khozyaystvennoy deyatellnootlyu predpriyatiy Boveta narodnogo kbozyaystva Llvovskogo promyshlennogo oblastnogo finansovogo otdola (for Bevzyuk). STOW-07p St.,v gl.lekgL-; KAUVOV, V. X-ray treatment of apithelioma at tna enrichment of skin with oxygen. Dermato vener Sofia 2 no.3tlO3-107163. 1. 1z Gradskila kozhno-venerologichen ispanser - Sofiia (gle lakar St.Stoianov). 2. Chlen ra Rodaktsionen suvet, *Dermatologiia i venerologlia (for Stoianov). IBULCARIA Kr. BAIABANOV, Al. KONSTANTINOV and Ves. NAUMOY. Department of Dermatology of Medical College (Katedra po kozhni bolesti pri V,41) Head (rukovoditel na katedrata) Prof Kr. BALABANOV, Sofia. "Eccrine Spiradenoma." Sofia, Suvremenna Meditsina, Vol 14, No 4, 1963; pp 64-69. Abstract (English summary modified]: Description of first case reported in Bulgaria: small extremely painful tumor on shoulder of 28-year-old woodcutter. Very detailed histological data and discussioni speculation about origin from either ecerine or perhaps adjacent apocrine glands. Six photomicrographs, 10 Western references. 1/1 STOTANOVO ST# [Stoianovo Stoll IIAUMOV,, Veil. Vas of liquid nitrogen in dermatology. Vest. dorm* i ven. 38 no.3?47-50 Mr 164. (MIRA 28s4) 1, SGfI7%xiy gorodskoy kozhno-vansrologicheskiy dispenser (glavW vftch ;- doktor Sto Stoyanov), Bolgariya. 2 IcEffluffli 06.12jaku I " -,1-- . ~ i =-*~ ~- -- ` .7 1. 7 -~ I - '',.- HAUMVO V. A. 0 Prof Kirow Avicultural lust, OftWar*fAca of patJw1ago-matcodcal pmWatiam in PlaidgLus-0 sot let. 25 (ILO) 1948 p. 28 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 Of 0 0 0 0~ 9*00000000060 WATT, fr-f I V. A. , Prof. Kirov Agric, Institute ."Abortions and mortality 7f colts frcm rVohemoglobinuria." SO: Vet. 26(1), 1949p p 214 '00, NAUMV, V*A., professor. eVblto w4clea &Isom*. Toterizarlis. 32 n@,1:29-34 Ja 155. (TNMINARY NIDICIU) (WAA 296-31s) V. A. and T, 71 T,. (1)0(.tc,-s of c-F t I te prof c)rs I"j,rrv t'. c ljcojj~ InL -ju cl IILCII!~Oplal~ia of '.T -ter; nar_'va I V cl 3' 12, Dcccm~;cr L USSM/Diseases of Farm Animals . Diseases of Unknown Etiology. Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Biol., No 12 , 1958, 54967. Author Naumov V A Palevich, G. A. Inst Title To the Problem of Albinomyosis in Lwnbs and Calves. Orig Pub: Civtsevodstvo, 1957, No 7, 37-39. Abstract: It has been observed that albinomyosis (AM) is a apecific disease of lambs, calves and piglets. Clinical characteristics and pathemorphclogical dqta are described. Some data are given cn the differentiation between AM and poisonings. Penicil- lin is recomriended for the treatment of animals afflicted with AM in combination with the antidiplococt.,us serum and(-Y- -topopherol which should be adminintered 3 times daily internally in a 3-4 ml dose. Prophylactle Card 1/2 d q ussn/Diseases of Fam Animals. Diseases of Unknown Etiology. /" -7 Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Biol., No 12, 1958, 54967. measures consist in supplying pregnant ewes witb sufficient amounts of micrcelements and vitamins and in following zoological and veterinary rules of keeping young anivals. Card : 2/2 HAUKOV. V.A.. prof.;PAUWICR. G.A.. asaistent White muscular disease. Yeterinarlia 36 no.11:37-42 8 059 (NDA 13:3) 1. girovskly sell skokhosyaystvamVy Institut. (Veterinary medicine) (Muscular dystrophy) USSR / General Biology. lenetIca. Plant Genetics. B Abs Jour : Ref Zhur - Bloloelya, No 4, 1959, No. 14443 Author : NaumoVa__V,_A_-_ Inst 'AIT-0i nion Academy of Agricultural JcIences Iment. Lenin Title : The Heredita-y Characteristics of Parental Properties In Hybrid Seedlings of an Apple Tree Orig Pub : Dokl. VASKhNIL, 1958, No 5, 20-24 Abstract : The fission of hjbrids, obtained by hybridl- zation of Renet bergamot x Yellow Belle Fleur was studied by the author. The high morpholo- gical variety of the progeny was recorded, as well as good heredity of the Renet berga- mot's Indices. -- S. Ya. Krayevoy Card 1/1 NAUNOV, V.A. --:-,-- I Vegetative segregation In hybrid apple seedlings. Agrobiologlia no.6s66-74 1~-D 158.' (KM 12: 1) loPledeve-ovoshchnoy Institut iment I.T. Michurina, g, Michurinsk. I (Apple brooding) VAUKOW, Taim i 0 -.- Nature of the iaheritence of parent characteristics in bybrid apple soodilag. Bokl. Akade mollkhos. 23 no. 5:20-24 058. (KIRA 11:8) Is Flodoovoshcbnoy tne4itut luent I,V.gtchmrtnq. Predstawleno ska4anikom P,N.TakcvI*vyuEdece8a*a]. (Apple breeding) SAUKOWO V.A. Mature of the inheritance of oareat characteristics to hybrid apple seedling. Doklo Akmd* sellkhos. 23 no. 5:20-24 158. (MIRA 11:8) 1. Flodoovoehcbnoy institat Iment I.T.Michurime. Prodstayleno skad4mikoin P. 9,YakowlevyuC deceased] . (Apple brooding) NAUMOV, V. A. Cand Bi o 1 Sc i - ( d J. im, ) " V ew e t a t i ve f i s c u re I n hy h r i d a -, F, I C f., I I pn. . " Voronezh, 1961. 18 pp; (Min'istry of' Higher and Secondary 6pecinl- ist Education RSFSR, Voronezh State Univ); 200 conies; price not given; (KL, 7-61 sup, 228) V A rzp.= I rz7wlTU%TIC3 M-,/5742 -,tya n---A M-M-1. ?~-zhe-w-(k~-,!Avcrmyy im-dV!t po provedpAnlyu ?rcC.varLtal1nyyc mzulltat7 i3ciledrraniy kolcbmnly chlrot L drizli-crilya pal~m~ov zc.,1i; stornik atat-L7 (P"14-r-Inari Data of Latitude Variationa vzl K![,,--Uons ol" Me Zarth's Doles; Collcete,1 Articles. !to. 1) Z:,')3c(rj, 1zd-vQ AV C.;ZZ, 1550. 97 p. Errata 914p inported. 1,000 copies printed. Thin colloction of articles in intended for aztrono-mra, ecop! v-zic lots, cn& otl%!r ackkLtiata concerned vith the problem of latitude vdriationa and tl:j ;:~rration of the Earth'a poles. Car--.A"7.: rtwt I of the Collection containa prolirInary remata of obccx-.,ntioit3 frozi 1957-5 tljrcv~~h 1959.0 mda at JG*j statiom in t1:-- wtwo-,%, Ji cludinC-, nov atatiom in Silx!ria. Fart r1 concibta of articles C,4acribina nev inL;trurjLnta, ob.-ervational prOX:= =4 =theds, and pro- codurco of proceanine the latitula obaorvational Cate. With the larLor m2z.~ of atations and the uze of nov inatn=-nta It Is anticipated that the final reDults viU pro-Ads a more comprahensiYa study of anomalies and Instrumontal Data of Latltudo VarIctic:,,3 (Cont.) [~:-W/5742 MCA'= in lntituan obccrvationj tl,~--i I.-.n b,,!cn rczaiblo p-mvicuoly. 47o por- zo-,ialitlcs aro zzntio=d. Ln,;l1ah rbotrarto and ri~rcrczcc3 follov each article. ~:=, 07 CL71z'i-L3: llrz!racc 5 S. V., L. D. !~c~ittnnv nrA 12. R. ArAreyonYo. lAtitu?ID at U-,! !'%In A:Arc,-.~--Acr-.1 Olbnervntor-7 of tl~m Acadcm~ or ScIcixes r.-i-I 0. V. C., 4ova. '.to. I., c: Tvdcott ralru rt tI,j -&altwra Grnvi:7~3trical of t.:) IXXraW&n Acr,~cmj of Sciences (zeica zc le cc 0;,-3 V. A. Obcarvations of rrl~:ht Zenith Stars at tho Poltava r.:"L.'rir-ArIca1 Crucar7atory of tba Ulkrminian Acadn=7 of Ociencem (Zclap zonith-Tolaccopo) Card 2/5 7 9 13 r:ita of Latitu-17 Varintirr-i (C~~ntj LW/5742 V. I, aml 1. 7. roilut. T);,3 of a,.*U-.r;-io Variation!) Tron rartLual With Two Z~,nitt Toleccor-,5 34 A. !!. Pmll-rdr,:,a-j Peoultzi Of Co, - -Xin~ Cb:clr7.-ltIOrJ VI I T-, JC-i Tclozco;,~s of the Kitab Latita&-- Otation Du-.-.tnZ tha r~!rlol 1957.5- 43 T. 1., 0. N. V. V. and Yu. 1. ii -'L-Ancry of Uac~rratlcnj With the 1:,;.:co-i Zenith .:J-ccopa Darlr3 1953 47 Mi. I., and V. A. rinn-w. rnd ";Ahol of Frocc*alrG 56 )t-D--rc-,~Ac Zanlth'04~,M~.ccr7atlloaa N. It., wnd Kh. 1. Potter. Mat of Stara on the Palkm ;;-A-_-vtrhic Zenith Tabo [74ZT) rz-ojr-^z 68 !:--asl4vukiy, A. A., and Ye. P. FcCnrc,*r. On tha queation of EYaluatina tt3 Accurrcy of Latitud-a Obeervationa 75 c,;.cfl .3P;',07 AWI/A101 AUTHOR: Naumov, V. A. TITLE; Automation of observations with the Pulkovo photographic zenith telescope PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Astronomiya I Geodeziya. no. 6, 1962, 19, abstract 6AI61 ("Izv. G1. astron. observ. v Pulkove", 1961, v. 22, no. 1. 98-112) TEXT% The author describes controlling devices, developed in the Main Astronomical Observatory% A3 USSR. for the complete aut"tion of observations with a photographic zenith telescope. Its automation system consists of the mechanism of automatic cycle for observation of one star by the four-exposure method and the programming mechanism. The automatic cycle mechanism controls the movements of the carriage with the photoplate, the functioning of the shutteV time recording, turns of the objective (rotor) with the photoplate through 180c, and the operation of the printing chronograph. Symmetric distribution of ex-.~_=,.;re -'ristants with respect to meridian is thereby ensured. Two step view fL-_�ers. set into motion by second pulses of the quartz clock, are used as Card 112 S/O 3 Automation of observations ... A001/A101 controlling elements in the automatic cycle mechanism. A corresponding connec- tion of these view finders forms a switch for 156 positions which ensures the working cycle in 156 sec. At prescribed instants and in a definite sequence, relay control circuits and servomechanism of the photographic zenith telescope are switched on by means of this switch. Exposure duration can be act at 10. 2C and 30 sec. Diagrams are presented which Illustrate the fluictioning of the automatic cycle mechanism. Time is recorded by the optical and mechanical methods. The switching-on of this mechanism at determined time instants and selection of necessary exposure are accomplished by the programming mechanism which consists of the tire counter. formed by two view finders, memory in the form of a commutation board. and star counter constructed on four view finders. The latter picks up necessary commutation out of the memory. The programming mechanism ensures automatic observation of no less than 100 stars. Diagrams of the prograrining mechanism are given and its operation is described. Control and checking are exerted from the main panel of the photographic zenith tele- scope which Is located in the observatory building, 110 m from the pavillion. There are 5 references. Yu. Belyayev [Abstracter's note: Complete translation] Card 212 NAUMN, V~A* Determining time and latitude with Pulkovo photographic senity tube. Astron.tair. w,.2324p(l) 162. (WRA 16:4) 1. Glaknaya astronomicheskaya observatoriya AN SSSH. (Astronomy,, Spherical aW pratical) PPTY~R YA!o- - - -- Instrumental offors of a photographic zenith tube wW their Investigation, Astron,zhur. 39 no.2s335-344 Mr-Ap 162. (MIRA 15:3) 1. Glavnaya astronomicheskays. observatorlys. All SSSR. (Telescope, Unith-Testing) v NXIMOV, V.A., prof. Problems of irLc:-a:LsIng '.1-A 7-33-:CL'~y Of ---- 'ne reduction of the breeLkableness of threads. Magy textIl "' no.lil-3 Ja 165. The repsir of thl jew-forming nnd working mechanism of a loom k!oskvp, Goa, nnuchnotekhn. izd-vo le&kc! pr-ml-shl., 1950. ~4 F- (Yinisterstwo rromyshlerrosti SSSR. Cbman --reiovym (~l -27r'52) TS1493.N3 NA-MOV, V. A. Flight of the shuttle on tl-.e tarstva promyshl. tova-rcyv (55-44184) loom. Voskva, Gos. nauchno-tekhn. i7d-vo Minis- shiro~op) -jr-.trebIenila !-;7*2, IQ54. 1~2 p. T31493-.433 RAUNOV,T.A.. kandIdat okhulcheakM nauk I Consi"rable Increase in the speed of loocs. Taks-Prom. 15 no.6:26-27 Je 055. (KIRA 8:7) (Loons) I RAUXOT.-TvIerien Alakwndrovich- T ISFMV. YlIctor Kikhaylovich; - --- P-.- ITAWT, P.P.. red.; PAIMRATM, A.I.. [High capacity locus) Tysokoproisvoditallnys tkntakie stanki. Ivanovo, Ivenavokoe knishnoe isd-yo. 1959. 115 p. (KERA 14:1) (Loose) ~kUKPV,-Vvk-.-i-Tmnd. takhao nauk; IGNISHIEDU. N.D., starshly nauchnyy sotrudnik ftbrics mdo of a mixture of capron dbers with cotton. Takst. prom. 19 no.905-38 8 159. (KMi 12 112) I.Rukovofttell tiatekoy laboratoril Ivanevoicogo newhao-Issledo- vatellskogo InstItuts takatillnoy promyshlonnostl (IvIRTI) (for Reumov) (Textile fabrics) NAUMOV Y-4&o.-,kQnd*t0khn*VAuk Using the method of rounds of loon inspection for the study of thread breakage in weavinge Teksteprom. 21 no.3:9-12 Itr 061, OIRA 140) 1, Rukowditell tkatikoy laboratoril Ivanovskogo nauchno-issledova- tellskogo tekstillnogo instituta. (Weaving) NAUMDV. V.A~; SKACHKOV, V.A., starshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; TYULYALIN, V.G. , starahly nauchnyy sotrudnik Causes of warp breakage on looms. Tekst. prom. 24 no.9:24-28 S 16/4- Omipj~ r?:11) 1. Rukavoditell tkatskoy laboratorii Ivanovskogo nauct-no- iseledovatellskogo instituta (for Naumov). 2. Ivanoiskiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy Institut (for Skachkov, Tyulyalin). UM/ Chemist ry - Structure of mole'cules Card 1/1 Pub. 147 - 18135 Authois ~s Akl:shlnl 11. A.; Spiridonov,, V.-P.; and Rambidi., N. G. Title Electronographic investigation of molecular structures. Part 3. Cadmium , :halidoe Periodin4l I Zhur. fiz. khim. .30/1, 155-1603. Jan 1956 Abstract I The geometrical parameters of molecules of all cadmium halides were estab- - lished through electronographic investigation. The moleculcs investigated were found to have a linear confiLzuration. It was observed that the. space Cd - F does not correspond with the experimental law gwierning the linear changes in the interatomic metal-~halide spaces in many halogen derivatives depending upon the atomic number of the given halide. Thirteen references: 4 USSR,, 3 Gem., 5'USA and 1 indian (1889-1955). Tables; graphs. Institution Moscow State University im. M. V. Lcmonozov Submitted May 26p 1955 '14 ""77, 1i Mon. P.A... SPIRIDONDY. 7.P.; NAUMOV, T.A- Rectron diffraction study of the structure of the ZnF2 moIsculs. Zhur.fis.khtm. 30 no.4:951-953 Apr. 156. (MLRA 9:9) 1. Woskevi*ly gaeudaretvqnvqy univereltet Inent N.Y. Loisonomova. (Zinc fluortdo) r u 0;-10 VP US&Y Ical Chemist-4 - Molecule, Chemical Bond. B-4 I . Abs Jour: Rererat. Zhurnal Xhimiya, Ito 3, 1958, 69m . Author V - P.A. Akishin, V.P. Spiridoncrz, G.A. Sobolev, V.A. Raumov; VI - P.A. Akishin, V.P. Spiridonov, G.A.Sobolev. Inst Title Electronographic InvestigAtion of Molecular Structure. V. b1agnium Halides. VI. Calcium Halides. Orig Pub: Zh. fiz. kbimodi, 1957, 31, Ito 2, 461-466; No 3, 64-8-65;2. Abstract: V. The structure of MgF M, M9C12 (II) &n1 KOz2 (III) in gaseous state was invesiigated by the electron diffraction method. Peaks of 1-78 and 3-512 A referred to the distances Ng - F and F - F correspondingly were mrealed on thes c-arve of radial distribution ror 1; 2.18 Kg - Cl) and 4-36 (cl - Cl) were revealed for II, and 2.34 ~mg - Pr) and 4.36 (Br - Br) were revealed for III. Tx all these cases the beat Weemrmt between the theoretical and visual intensity curves (with the Card 1/2 -5- U1S4WPbysic&l Chemistry - Molecr.Lle, Chemical Bond. B-4 Abs Jour: Referat. Zhurnal Khiziya, No 3, 1958, 69oo. adjustment for the temperature) is observed at the angle X - Mg - X (where X is either F, or, cl, or Br) - 1800. It was finally found (the first mmber is Mg - X in A, the second is the angle X - Mg - X): I - 1.77 + 0.02, l8oO + 300; 11 - 2.18 + 0.02, 18o0 + loo; III - 2.34 +-0.03, 1800 +_100- VI. Tke electronographic investigation. of W2 (TV), CaCl-~ M, CQBr2 (VI) and Ca12 (VII) in gaseous state was carried out similarly to the above. The following data were obtained (the first figure is Ca - X lu A, tba uacmA figure in tke angle X-Ca-X): TV - 2.10 + 0.03, 1800; V - 2.51 + 0.03, 1800 + 3001- VI - 2.67 + 0,03, BOO + 10', &:A VII - ~_-88 + 0.03, 1800 + 100. See -report TV in RULMim, 1936, 70926. Card 2/2 -6- z r'A/' AKISHIi, P.A.; SPIR"IDONOV, V.P.; SOHOLEV, G.A.; NAUKOV. V.A. Studying the structure of moleculas bf -meansof electron diffraction. Part 7: Strontium halides [with sumnry in Inglishl. no.B*.1871-1874 Ag '57. (MIRA 10:12) 1. Moakovskiy gosudaretyennyy universistet im. H.V.Loronosovs. (Blectron diffrnction examination) (Stereochomistry) (Strontium compounds) V. A. r4rant,~r Chcm So" (bloc) of the structure of thn molncul,)a of tho hallAon of Millum, yttrium, lpnthrimirr., IIT I.j. and noodmium". Moscar, 1758. 1 V L-nn-nc COV ' 1.56 - 513 -2 - '148 AUTHORS: Akishin, P A Raumov. V A Tatevskiy, 7 M TITLEs Electron-Diffraction-Inve,-itigatic.-s of the, Molecular Strucr- tare of Gall ium-11al idee (Elektronurraficheskoye iseledovanije stroyenija moleku). galooenilov galliyay' PERIOD,ICAL% Nauchnyye duklady vjssh-3y shkoly Khi m i khimicheskaya tekhnologJya,1958, Nr 2, pp 205 -~09 (UL~35R I ABSTRACT. The task of the present paper is the determination of the con- figuration and of the geometrical parameters of the !olecules of the gallium-fluoride, ch;oride,and bromide by the diffraction-method with fast electrons, with a vapor-jet of the substance to be investigated Because no data have beei. found so far in this field (except Ref 1) the authors planned to apply a thomighly worked-out experimental method as well as a deciphering method For this reason a new tape of elec- tron-aiffraction camera vas employed (Ref 2) -ind the ampulla was filled in a drying room The elaboration of a vapor-elec- tron-diffraction-pattern was carried out visuallj and photo- metrically (Rf?f 3) The procPss of decoding was carried out Card 1/3 by means of: a) construction uf curves of the radial distri- SOV / 156 -58-2 -1/46 i~leotron-Dlf f raction-Investieit ions ~)f the roieciiar Str,;ct_r~ ,~f lallium- Halides butlon (Ref 4) and b", tht ~.iethod of successive approximation (Ref 5). Thes,~, investigations disclosed a new insight into the molecular structure of' ealli,um-halides The electron- diffraction-mc-thol proved the pre-ience of monomer -iao I ec ales in vapor M-reover the configuration was determined as well as the geometrical parameter of the CaF -Laolecule The di- merisa*ion of molerales was proved in v~zjoroLzs gallium-chlor- ides and ga',liuyan-bromides, and more reliable data were ob- tained from their structure ard their geometrical parameters klaee table 21 ThLre exist good reasons to assume an,ilugy be- tween structure of the crystalline gallium-halides and alu- minium-halides. Data on the confiylaratioL of gas moleciles of Ga2c.16 and Ga2Br6 agree with data of s,.>Iid aluminium, gall-Jum, aM indlim halides (Ref 9) a.5 wel-I ris solid trimethyl-aluminiam. There are 3 figares, 2 tiblcn, an~, 9 references, 2 of whi3h are So,.,ie+ ASSOCIATION: Kafedra fizicheskoy .,hia.3i ~',ot3kovskogo gosudarstvennogo univer~;iteta im. 11 V. Lomonosovi (Chair of Physical Chemis- Card 2/3 try of the State Unive-gity imcni M V Lomonooov IMoscow) sov,156-58-2-1148 Electron-Diffraction-Investigations of the Molecular Structure of Gallium- Halides AUTHORS: Akishin, P. A., Spiridonov, 7. P. , 7 6- 1 2 Sobolev, G. A., Naumov, V. A. TITLE: Studies of Molecular Stiucture by Zlectron Diffraction. VIII. Barium Halides (Elektronoj:raficheskoye Inoledovaniye atroyeniya molekul. VIII. Galot.enidj bariia). P',-,RIODICAL: Zhurnal FizicheBkoy Khinii, 1950, Vol. 172, lir 1, q). 56-61 (USSR) ABSTRACT: For the firat tine the hitherto in literature lackiN. drita on the confiCuration and the t,cometric parameters of the molecules of all vaporous h"licles of barium are obt~-Lined. That is to say of barium fluoride, barium chloride iind barium iodide. The takinL of electronoLra,~u-, wuri carriol out b:/ mi!rIna of an apparatus with an uva,,,orator for h1iji tump(!ratures accordinG to the nethod used by the authorn of earlier ~.,orks (ref. 1 to 6). The OValUiLtion of electrono~,racia carried out accordinL to two muthods: the radial -1i,tribution iiccordinc to the variant of' Uoltor-Dich and that of consecutive approximations. With tha ,rialuation accordillL to the second method the authors established thut the dintribution of the intensit,y of otray oluctrons of the barium !~-lide v,-inors, Card 1/3 observed experimentally is r(II,re,3entej by the theoretical 77777777 Studies of Uolecular Structura ')j Zlo--c~ror- Diff"r;iCt4 cn. ?g- 1 ,72 VIII. Barium Halides intensity curves I(n) (~,hiuh had been calculated on the coudition of a linear confiCuration of tho birium halide molccules). The asymmetry of the rin6s on the electronOLrwas of barium halide vapors in le,)n 7,!!rkf!d 'han ;itli thoie of the correspondini, hLli,'11!.'J of ntilciun ;Lnd ~;trontium (ruf. 5,6). Because of the Lreater char.--- value of th~ ',.),arium nucluus compared with the char,ej of calciuir- and 3trontium nuclui, the valence an le in the rnolocules of barium halidon according to thu mothod of connc~cutivu c:,ri b,-t determined onl;, lono exact than with the nolt.-culen of halides Of CtLICiUll and atrontium.- In 1.1w, case of i,11 compounds invent ltr-,,tted a linear moleciilar 3tructur,~ tjls stated and the values of the intermolecular di.9tancos viere found. The error in the determination of these dint:.-ncas 13a- X is 11- 1,5 *'.-he withors .3tated that the interatomic /Q I distance Ba-X in chloride-, 'bromide- i--nd iodide :.ioleculcs changes approximatively accordinL to the linuar law in dependence on the ordinal number of the halide, whilu the Card 2/3 distance Ba-F deviater~ 3truzi~jy from this reGularitj. Studies of Molecular Structure by Electron Diffraction. 76-1-6/32 VIII. Barium Halides There are 2 filures, 5 tables, and 7 references, 6 of which are Slavic. ASSOCIATION: Moscow State Univernity imeni Lt. V. Lomonosov (Moskov:ki~ Cosudarstvennyy universitet im. M. V. Lomonos va . SUBMITTED: AVAILABLE: September 13, 1956 Library of ConCre8s Card 3/3 LA Al V A ot myoftugovol &-mow" U-ty Nor 1"9 . KI A U iric, U U, 5(2) Sil- V/1 56-5 /54 AUT11c"Lls: &%ishin, P. A., Naumov V A 11Z~~ TITLE: Electronot;raphic InvostiCation of the Yolecular St.-,-cture of Lanthanum Haliden (Eloktronograficl.eskoyc iorledovaidye atroyeniya molookul gr~loeenidov la-tana) PERIODICAL: Nauchnyye doklady vysrhey sh'coly. Khimi,,a i khimic'-cc':~~ya ~'okhnoloC;iyaq 1959, Nr i, Pp* 5 - 7 ADSTRACT: Five to seven series of olactronoz;rams rere plottel from each lanthanum halide compound with and witi.out th,:: use c-f V-' e 32 sector at 40, 60, and 80 kv. The evaluation was carried out accordin(, to the methods of successive ap:-roximations and radial distribution. All curvea of the radial di3tribution (see diaLram) ahorr two pea!:c. The first aid hi one io inturn-ted as r(La-x), the necond and flat one as interatomic X - Fq Cl, Dr, J). A flat trianr-tilar modol of the compounda Lay- iB formod by the curvoo of radial dist.,ibution. The rooults are in food ai~roomont with Uo data on yttri,im halo-cri compound3. Tho interatomic cliot,%.iceS La-X U Gard 1/2 in the serioc of Cl, Dr, a%id J compounds cha~._,-o accordii-,,,- to Elect:-ono,-raphic Investi--ation of the Yol,-~cular Struct,;re SCV/11'6-119-1-1/54 of Halides tho atomic number of tle halo,,r-:)n following a law (see dia-ram). The dintance La-F does not follow thio 1---,71 but shows a conciderably reduced value. The restiltz; of V~c approximate computations for fluoride, chloride, bromide, aLd iodide are au-.%:-,ar-jzcd in a table. A second table sho,;.,s the determin-~d int,ratomic distances of the compounds mentioned. There are 2 fiGiires, 2 tables, nnd 5 rofcre:.ces, 1 of which is Soviet. A.SSOCIAMN: Kafedra fizicl;cokoy khimii Yloskovckogo gosudarstvennoGo uni- vor~-.,.I-ta im. M. V. Lomononova ( Chair of rh~~ 4cal Chcmi ~ry of hlocc:)i T7niv,-3rcity inoni Lt. V. Lomonoccv) I SUBMITCLID: April "5, 1958 Card 21/2 24(7) SOV/156-59-2-1/48 AUTHORS: Akishin, P. A., Naumov,j,*_,4-;, Tatevskiy, V. U. -' TITLE: -1 ~ The Electronographical Investigation of the Structure of the Molecules of the Neodymium Halogen Compounds (Elaktronografi- cheskoye issledeveniye stroyeniya molekul galogenidov neodima) PERIODICAL.: Nauchnyye doklady vyushey shkoly. Khimiya i khimicheakaya tekhnologiyaq 1959, Nr 2) pp 229-232 (USSR) ABSTRACT: In a previous inve a tigation it was found (Ref 1) that the molecules of LaX 3 (X - halogen) have a plane configuration with the lanthanum atom in the center of an equilateral tri- angle. Because of the similar structure of the outer electron shells a similar configuration was to be expected in the case of neodymium. The measurements carried out by means of an electronograph of the Chemical Department of the MGU Moskovskiy gosularetvennyy universitet - Moscow State University~ confirm this* The electronograms were read according to the method of radial distribution and according to the method of successive approximation. Figure I shows the curves of radial distribu- t4on. The t Wo peaks of the curve are interpreted as r(Nd - X) and r(X - X). They were in agreement with the expected plane Card 1/2 configuration. The RMS oscillation amplitudes were uomputed SOV/156-59-2-1/48 The gloctronographical Investigation of the Structure of the Molecules of the Neodymius Halogen Compounds and the theoretical curves of the scattering intensity were plotted (Fig 2) which are in good agreement with the experi- mentally found curves. Table 2 shows the RKS oscillation amplitudes for ff4F 31 Rdel 39 NdBr3and W 3 and the geometrical parameter. The experi ntally found symmetrical configuration (Ref 1), YX of LaX3 3 of 7) and now also NdX 3 confirm the quantum chemical assumptions (Ref 8). In the series chlorine - bromine - iodine, neodymium - halogen follow approximately a linear lawt whereas the distance neodymium - fluorine in considerably reduced, as it is the case with a number of fluorine compounds. There are 2 figures, 2 tables, atd 10 references, 5 of which are Soviet. PRESEMD BYt Kafedra fizioheekoy khimii Moskovskogo goeudare~vennogo uni- versiteta im, X. V. Lomonosova (Chair of Physical Chemistry, Moscow State University imeni M. V. Lomonosov) SUBMITTED: October 13, 1958 Card 2/2 SOV/70-4-2-3 V H AUTHORS: Akishin, P*A., Naumov, V.A. and Tatevs ly, . . TITLIC: An Electronographic Investigation of tho Structure of Molecules of the Halides of Gallium and Yttriurt (Blektronograficheakoye issladovaniye stroyeniya molokul galogenidov galliya i ittriya) PERIODICAL% Kristallografiya, 1959, Vol 4, Nr 2, pp 194-2oo (USSR) ABSTRACT: Investigations were made, as in the previous paper. using the sector-photometric method and the new electrono- graph at the MGU. The results were analysed by successive approximations and the method of radial distributions. Theoretical and experimental distribution curves are reproduced. Ga 2cl6 and Ga2 Br 6were dimeric with Ga-Ga distances of 3.28'and 3.41 2, respectively, and angles X 3-Ga 2_X4 of 112 0 + 3 and 110 0 +-3 and Ga 1_X 5-Ga2of 910 + 3 and 930+- 3. All other distances are tabulated. The other compounds GeV 3, Gal 39 YF 31 YCI 31 YBr3 and YI 3 were plane triangular molecules with Me-X Cardl/2 SOV/70-4-2-8/36 An Electronographic investigation of the Structure of Moloculos of the Halidos of Gallium and Yttrium 0 distances of 1.88, 2.44, 2.04, 2.47, 2.63, 2.80 + 0.03 A, respectively. These observations contradict soa;~ by Brode (Ref 3). Ga2F 6 mole---ules were present (as shown by mass spectrometry) to an extent ofl(l% and Ga 216 molecules were present to about 850' in Gal at the m.p. There are 5 figures, 3 tables and 13 references, 3 of which are Soviet, 10 English. ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy gasudarstvennyy universitet imoni M.V. Lomonosova (Moscow state University imeni M.V. Lomonosov ) SUBMITTED: July 15, 1958 Card 2/2 AUSHIS, P.A.; MAUKOT T. ; TATIVSKIY. V.K. Electron diffraction investigation of the structure of molecules of vaporous gallium, yttrtum, lanthanum, and neodymium halides. Vent.Mosic.un.Ser.mat., aekh., astron., fts., khim. 14 no.l: 229-236 159. (MIRA 13:8) 1. Kafedra ftsicheakoy 1rhimit Koskovskogo universitet&. ( Erai idea ) AXISHINp PA91 NAMWv V.A, 11~~~ Electron diffraction study of the atructurs of the ScF3 molecule in vapors and evaluatIon of the scandlum - halogen Intiratomic distances in ScCl md ScI3 solacules. Mwe strukt. khim. 2 no* 10-6 Js~-F 012*0 (MM W2) 1, Maskovskiy Caeudarstvencyy universitet in* M,V. Lomonceova. (Scandiv- halides) N I BAUMINg A.A.; TOISTOPYATUVA, A.A,; Determination of bond energies of the reacting &to= of organic molecules with the Ko&2 catalyst surface using a kinetic method. Izv*AN SUR-OtA.khim.nauk no,7:U50-1254 J3. 162. (KERA 15:7) 1. Mb3kovskiy gosudarstvennyy univeroitet im. M.Lomonosova. (Chemical bonds) (Wlybdemm oxide) (Chemical reaction, Rate of) AYMOR: Naumov. V.'I. S/192/62/003/005/003/003 D267/D308 TITLE: X-ray diffraction investigation of scandium, yttrium, cerium, neodymium and gadolinium, orthovanadates Z~UODICAL: Zhurnal strulturnoy Ithimii, v. 21, no. 5, 1962, 603-' 611 This research was carried out to obtain more accu- rate values of the cell parameters of these orthovanadates, which, according to 1,11illigan et al. (J. phys. coLl. Chem., v. 53, 1949, 227; J. Vhys. Chem., v. 56, 1952 1 145) crystall-ize in the tetra- gonal Gysten and have the rpace group DO '- 14/amd, with four 'IcV04 '4h units in the elementary cell. The opecimcna were obtained by Erin- tering V20.5 irith the metal oxides (in the care of Ce heating to -3500C was used instead of sintering). No lines attributable to the reactants used could be detected. 'IU tabula?d results provide the f ollowihg information: hkl, I, d (in kX), I/d (both measured and calculated). The obtained data coincide within t 0.01 - 0.03 R with Card 1/2 -e S/192/62/003/OIJ5/003/003 (X-ray diffraction ... D267/D308 those of Milligan et al. There are 2 figiirca and 6 tables. ASSOCIMION: Gosudarstvennyy nauchno-isoledovatel'skiy i proy- /* ektnyy in-stitut azotnoy promyshlennosti i produlctov organicheskogo sinteza, Lisichanskiy filial (State Scientific Research and Planning Institute of Nitro- gen Industry and of the Organic Synthesis Products, Lisichansk Branch) SUBMITTED: February 15, 1962 Card 2/2 4~9 61199e, V 33t34 S/069/62/012/002/005/013 B102/B138 AUTHORS: Broder, D. L., Kondrashov, A. P., Kutuzov, A. A Naumov, !_I ~.ergeyov, Yu. A., Turueov, A. -V . TITLE: Multigroup methods of calculating biological shielding PERIODICAL: Atomnaya energiya, v. 12, no. 2, 1962, 129 - 139 TEXT: The spatial energy distribution for bi3logical shields is calculated for a source at a distance of 40 cm. Seven- and ten-group methods are used and the calculationg are made in diffusion-age and diffusion approximations, respectively. As the lower limits of the groups the following energies were chosen for the 3even-group method: 1.5-106 , 9-106, 4.5-105, 3-103, 3.3 him and 0 ev, and for the ten-group V~ 6 6 6 5 5 4 3 method: 4,10 , 2.5-10 1 1.5-10 0 7-;0 , 3.10 , 4-10 , 1.10 , 6.7, Elim and 0 ev. Spectrum and group constants are calculated for both grou 'no and the results are compared graphically with experimental ones. The experiments were made with the critical assembly of a water moderated Card 1/3 313 234 S/089/62/012/002/005j'015 Mu It igroiip moth of] n of ca I cu I atinp. . .B102/D136 reactor with a water aide reflector. The shield investigated formrd tfP bottom reflector. Three types of shields were investirated, consisting of several layers of various kinds of steel, lead, boron carbide and polyethylene. The neutron flux in the assembly was measured with a copper foil, the thermal-neutron flux in the core with a copper indicator and an U235 fission chamber, and, in the experimental assemblies, with a copper indicator in a Cd container. Comparison between theoretical and experimental results permits the folloring conclusions: 1) Both the multigroup methods, and the group-conntantn chosen, are suitable fnr calculating the spatial distribution of neutron energy in shields containing Fe, Pb and H, 2) For shielding systems containing P the agreement with experiment is within 20~- error limits. 5) The seven-rroti-~ method can also be used to determine the spatial distribution of fast neutrons which is characteristic of delayed-neutron fl;ix distribution For a source emitting 4-Mev neutrons and with large shield thickneGaes, the ten-group results differ from the experimental ones by not more tnan 3(Y~10. 11. A. Gushchina, L. V. Marchenko, Z. P. Sokolova, Z. S Blistanova and A. 14. Astakhova took part in the calculations, N. A. Alesnin and R VV Card 213 33234 3/089/62/012/002./005/013 Multigroup methods of calculating ... B102/BI38 G. Bulychova in the experiments. Ye. 1. Inyutin, V. K. Labuzov and There are 4 figures, 1 table, and The reference to the English-language Hughes, L. Harvey, Neutron cross SUB"I'PTED ,April 17, 1961 The reactor team members 1. C. Morozov, N. G. Uvarov are thanked for their work. 12 references: 7 Soviet and 5 non-Soviet publication reads as followa~ D section, 1958. V'4/ Card 5/5 8/020/0/145/005/015/026 06/D144 AUTHDRO I Toy tel t baum 36 YA. 0 Oubanoy I Z* and Naumov, V. A. TITLL Crystallization c~f natural rubber PERIODICAM Akademiya nauk $83R, Doklady, v. 1450 no- 5, 1962, 1077-1060 TEM The crystallization in natural.rubber was studied by ~hermomeohanlcal and X-ray diffraction analyses. In the range from -80 to 60 C and undor alternating loads of 0,64 aud 3.2 kg/om# a sharp increasq of de9ormability occurs at 00C, due to fubion of the crystallites. From-35 to 0 C, the deformability ie,smaller owing'to an additional crystallization 8nd solidi- fication of rubber near,optimum crystallization temperature (-25 0). When rubbor is cooled from room temperature to below vitrification temperature within I hr, practically no crystallites are formed except at the optimum 't o rys allization temperature, since crystallization taken longer at other temperatureel it can be completely prevented by quickly freezing the rubber with liquid nitrogen. The melting point of the crystallites depen 9a on their temperature of formation. - In 'Itnnned" rubber melting at A45 0, the deformability in 1he highly elastic state is much lower than in rubbers 00d 1/3 8/020/62/145/005/015/020 Crystallization of natural rubber, M6/B144 crystallizing'at low temperatures, tut rises suddenly at 45 - 400C. Heating the "tanned" rubber to >50 C destroys the crygtallin;ty. Such samples do not show any jump in the ddformability at 0 or 4~ C, but their deformability on transition to the highly elastic state ~-60 C) is much higher, than in the initial rubber. When a rubber heated prev~oualy to 5g C is kept at -25 C for 1-5 hre, crystallites are formed which melt Fit 0 C. When "tanned" rubber*is being cooled to low temperatures, crystalli- zation occurs without the temperature needing to be kept constant for Ion& The aryatalline phase, formed at room temperature, therefore initiates orystallization at low temperatures. X-ray analyses showed that the crystalline phdses formed at different temperatures were independent of their melting points. This is explained by the fact that at -250C the cryatallites are formed no quickly that no equilibrium is attained. The lovi melting point may be due to strong internal stresses and/or tr, the small size of quickly formed crystalliten . The reaul to of the thermomochani- cal and the X-ray analyses are complementary and this combination may be uneful for studies of othor polymorB aloo. There are 4 fi~njres. The most Important Englinh-lsinVuaee references arcs C. 4. Bunn, Proo. 110~: OOP., A, E. Fischer, Proc. Phys. Soo., 60, )9 (In 180, 40 (1942)1 D. 46 C nrd 2/3 8/020J62/45/005/015/020 Oryetallization of natural rubber B106/B144 AbSOCtATIONe Xhimicheskly inatitut im# As Ye. Arbuzova Akadei6ii nauk USSR (Chemical Institutemimeni Ao Yes Arbusov of the Academy of I Sciences USSR). Institut organicheekoy khimii Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of Organic Chemistry of the Aondemy of Baiencee U83R) PPE,-, 17, P TLD April 9, 1)62, by B. A. Arbuinv, Academicinn ,-;Ur111TTEDt April 5, 1962 Ca~rd -5/3 47,4. W, A TOISTOPTATOVA, A.A.; ULAWDIN, A.A.;_ NAUMOV, V.A. KinerAc method used in the determination of bond energies of the reacting atoms of organic molecules having a blue - enum oxide surface. Izv.AN =R.Otd.khim.nauk no.3&Q.3-4n Mr %3. ... (MIRA 16W 1. Pbskovskly gosudarstvennyy uaiversitst im. M.Lomonosovas (Chemical bonds) (Molybdenum oxides) (Organic compounds) BAIANDIN, A.A,t akadealk; TMTOPYATOVAO A.A.; KAUMDV, V.A. Bond energies of interaction between organogens and the surface of oxide catalysts. Dokl.AN SSW 20 no.Ie&5428 T 163. (KIRA 16 g4) 1. lbskovskly gasudaretvannyy untversitat In, KV,14monosova, (Chemical bonds) (Chemical elements) (catalysts)