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etves of llef,d Pl:in-s RVIDW-A., N.G. of the Top Let, o L TUT 41- nd M.V. Lamorwov. Mu)ncow, 19566 (Din:~,,-rlv~t ton far the Dn,-re--,- Of Candidate in Piolopical Science.) So: Knizhnaya Letopis', No. 18, 1956, PAVLOVA., K.F.; DEGTYAREV.. K.A.;_NOVIKOVA,, N.G. - 1--.b,.- Testing of coke produced in high-capacity ovens, Koko i khht. no,11: 25-28 163. (MIRA 16:12) 1. Yasinovskiy koksokhimicheskly zavod. SDIINOVA, M. a. 'UWArAfil' 0010'stigl 044MOM XOSIM, fee* W-owe tokbu,-toor4st., 'It-ry" 19P. 63 P. Obashme- MUGU") (31-2YAT) W11.96 NOTIZOTA, N.G.; RLTIV, K.L., professor, radaktor; XZMTSIV, V.A.. re- GATRIZOT, S.S., tekhnichesicly redaktor. Mnuamlll phanamna In the skies] Oftab7knovennye* nebasnye laylanlia. Pbd red. K.L.Bayeva. Isd. 2. Kook-Ta. Go@. Isd-vo tekbul- ko-toozet. lit-ry. 195,1. 63 p. (Tanabno-popullarnala bibliotska, no.24) CNIcrofilml (n" 7: 11 ) (Nateorology) NOTIKOTA, N.%.; HOW. K.L.. radaktor ---------- ~~Iwl [Rhmgual.g colestI&I phanonewl "Isobyknovannyo* neboor7e livrlealls. Pod-re4i. XA.ftava. lzd. 4-9. Kooky&. Goo. lzd-wo tsibulka-teorst. lit-ry, 1953. 63 p. (ITsuchno-popultarnaia bibliotaka, no.24) [Kicrofilal (KMA 7:9) (AstronozV) (Kateorology) KffIEDVA, N.Q. , n... ;~-* I .. U*uma]L pbm=mna. Imilm I zblznl 22 no.22:45-W D '55. (Notoorolodeal optics) (mm 9: 2) LIPIEN, A.I..~,_NOVIKOVA, N.I., inzh.,, red. [Eq~uipmaut for applying metallic and paint coetinLral ng-, Oborudovanie dlia naneseniia metal]-icheskikb L lako- krasacbnykh pokrytii. Moskvag 1963. 70 p. (Materialy zavadskogo opyta, no.3) (MIRA 17:4) 1. Moscow. Gosudarstvermyy naucbno-issledovatellskly in-- stitut nauchnoy i tekhnicheskoy informatsii. ESTMKIN, M.A., inzh.; I;OVIKOVA, N.I., inzh... red. (Mechanisms and equipment for the collection and proces- sing of metal chips) VIIekhanizwj i oborudovanie dlia svo- ra i pererabotki metallicheskoi struzliki. Moskva, 1963. 82 p. (Mekhanizatsiia i avtomatimtsiia tekhnologicheskikh protsessovj materialy zavodskogo opyta, n0-4) (MIRA 17:9) LIMoscow. Gosudarstvennyly nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut nauchnoy i tekhnicheskoy informatsii. N,'jVT KWA, N. 1. U'je of oxygen baths in the compound canatcriur, and hpr-'-~- re-~Orl- treatment of coronary stenosis with -wrtnlfe~stationl of t;t.!~no~prdia. Vor,.kur.0 fizicter. i lech. fiz. IwIlt 30 no.51431-411L, 165. (MiR.A. 39:12) 1. Torapevtichosl%ye, klinika (--av. - prof. 3.R.TatRv.,)F()v)' Instituts meditsinskoy klimatclogii i kilmatcterapli i-~enll Sechenova (dir. B.V.Bogutskly). nature 6j the so-rAfted struf4tml 06- d V, t - A State, ~ Unk C",kl raig :BWOM- r. rij HT-Wth Russ .-,--To do. Da. ' dem -cocapm-of structural proteiniand th I tiogii caulkd by dwerent methods of iswatim 1 extd. with A'30%466% hi.EAW1, safti. (1). FASaff ww done (U), Ifia 100/4 MCI ml N Th exts.. were poid. G Ali. wini carbonate:. butfer. of. f vritw,'40!~ The Wated structural protchig re v a Pre- li itud6op.-atein comptex composed of sent m IN ' ' so Ii was 012re 5~ve 10 1 .1 a mo a, I 1~~ of phosphoKpide distlei. th* almot, completel y., Tfte~*glfjfit eft. e proteim dff epeuce ~m rilmnuclek a -Od content of the whoie dmsue and: - the,wi~.~coufd be:due to thd, pCesonce ti Theiew"no diffe fit the valQui f t Ith rae IOUs ot P ext4- *x revice tSUjtj~.bte L -am -or IL -;. N&C, was no The structural proteins bvfously preformfd: iti the orkaii, can be rel ism and ddy -ifftdi bv uframin. % BULANKIN, I.N.; ITOTIKOTA. M.K.; PARMA, 119.7. Chemi6al nature of so-called structural proteins. Uch.zap. KHGU 53:73-80 154. (MIRA 11:11) 1. Kafedra, blokhtmii Kharlkovskogo gosudarstyannogo universitsta Inent A.N. Gorlkogo. (PROTBINS) SOTI1OTAi~'!Nd*'W ~ !,tr,. " Changes In the coMmsition, of liver tissues under conditions of nexcited" synthesis. Uch.zap. EM 53:99-111 154.(SaRk 11:11) 1. Kafedre btokhtmil Kharlkovskogo gosudaretvannogo universitats, Iment A.M. Gor1kogo. (PWTEIN METABOLISM) (LIVER) /f iz_ '/~ USM/Ruma and:Aulml Physiology - Liver. R-7 Abe Jour Referet Zhur - Biologiya, ITo 16, 1957, 70600 Author Novikova N.K. Title Cbanges:in Tissue Composition in the Liver of Young -knim's in Regenarative and %xcited" Syntheses. Orig Pub uch. 2ap. xharkovsk. uu-ta, 1956, 68, 21-23 Abstract In rats reaching at the end of the test, 2 month of age, 2/3 of the liver was removed. Phosphoric.fractions and N vW determined in the regenerating liver after 2, and 6 days. The majority of P containing substances reached a maximum concentration after 4 days and de- creased at the 6th day; however, the P of nucleins con- tinued to increase. N-concentration increased during the entire experimient. Tn the dry defatted substance of the regenerating liverat the end of 36 hoursthere was already an increase in nucleins and protein. Between 36 hrs and 4-th day the quantity of protein and nucleins Card 1/2 - 9 GREBFMIKO.VA# N.k.; NOVIKOVAl. N.M. Cytological investigettion of the liver of Young and old rats during a protein-free dieti, subsequent normal =tritiony aM gegenerations Uch. sap IMU 1081149-159 160. (KIM 1483) 1. Kafedra. biokhlndi Kharlkoiskogo govidarstwennogo universiteta. (LIM) (AGE) (MAUMTRITION) (REGEMRA,TIMi (BIQLOGX)) 10YWOVAg N.M. ChWes in the composition of liver tissue in old animal under conditions of a protein-ftee diett subsequent W=Al nutrition and iregenerstion, Uch, sgLp KHGU 108:161-177 1600 (HIRL 14:31 1. Uredra biokhimil zhivotnykh Khartkovbkogo gosudarst7ennogo univerafti3ta. (LIM) (AGING) (MALNUTRITION) (REGWRATION (BIOLOGY)) " MOVIKOVA9 N, M,# CAND 810 Sect Of THE ME- TABO~Ll'$-N.~OIF NUCLEIC ACIDS IN THE LIVER OF A14INALS OF VARIOUS t1 AGIES UNDER #ATIFICAAL STIMULATION Of PROTEem symTmEsts. KNARl- Kovq 1961. (KWARtKOV STATE MED INST)e (KL# 2-619 205)o -83- NOVI i(Ov", IT. m. ornvestigation or the "hange of the Modulus of Masticity in the Process of Vulcanization of Natural Butadlenestyrol R?xbber." Sub 21 Apr 51. Moscow taitrof Flne Chexieal Technology Iment 14. V. Lomonosov. Dissertations presented for science and engineering deerees in Moscow dilring 1951. SO: Slim. No. 480. 9 14PY 55 HOVUOVII It, X. FD 195 USSR/Chemistry - Rubber and Elastomers Card 1/1 Authors : Bartenev, G. M., Ratner, S. B., Novikova, N. M., Konenkov, K. S. Title : Testing of rubber in regard to its resistance to low temperatures by measuring the loss of elasticity Periodical : Khim. prom. 4, 32-34 (224-226), June 1954 Abstract : Authors regard as unsatisfactory the standard procedure GoST 4o8-53 in which the resistance of rubber to low temperaturQs is determined by meas- urin8 the increase in rigidity on the tasls of the ra'io of deforaation at tr to deformation at 20'. Describe in detail a procedure developed by them in which the temperature T iz dc-~c-rinined ~_t i_h,: rigidity of the rubber increases by the factor 11K. As distinguiuhed frum Lhe GOST procedure, determination of K (coefficient of resistance to low tem- peratures) by the new method does not depend on the time during which the deforming force is applied. Four USSR references, one since 1940; two foreign references. Three graphs, two figures. 15(9) SOV/69-21-1-1/21 AUTHORS: Bartenev, G.M. and Novikova N M TITLE: The Percussion Deformation of Rubber (De.gormatsiya reziny pri udare). PERIODICAL: Kolloidnyy zhurnal, 1959, Vol M. Nr 1, pp 3-8 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Ye. V. Kuvshinskiy and Ye. A. Sidarovich ireference 51 developed a method of determining the elastic proper- ties of rubber during percussion., and proposed e theo- ry of a method which permits the detimmination from experimental data of two independent constants of rubber, the dynamic elastic modulus and the angle of mechanical losses. A pendulum elastometer, described in detail, was used for the experiment. As a result of graphic and analytical calculations, the authors found that at a permanent'initial percussion speed, a proportional correlation between the kinetic energy and the square of the percussion deformation occurs. The coefficient of this proportionality is called a Card 1/2 "percussion modulus". The correlation also holds for The Percussion Deformation of Rubber SO'V'169-%-21-1-1121 low temperatures, so that the frost stability can be eatimated by the sharp change in the percussion modul- us. The names of M.M. Reznikovskiy and E.L.Chelrnya- kova are also mentioned in the article. There are 7 .graphs, 2 diagrams and 8 references, 5 of which are Soviet and 3 English. ASSOCIATION: Nauchno-Issledovatellskif institut rezinovoy promysh- lennosti (The Scientific Research Institute of the Rubber Industry), Moscow. SUBMITTED: June 10, 1957. Card 2/2 s/i38/6o/oDo/ow/ow/ow A051/AO29 AUTHORSs Bartenev, G.N.; Novikova, N.M. %-------------- TITW: An T=trument and Method Used for the Detormination of High-Elastic Properties of tubber/at Low Temperature PWODICAL& Kauahuk I RezIna, 1960, No. 7, PP- 28 - 33 TEXr: A method for the testink of rubber elasticity was developid and the CHM-3 (UEMM-3) Instrument (Fig. 1) de gned by the NIIRP was applied to this plar- pose. It can be used for the simultaneous testing of,8 samples of different rub bers by.means of a special attacbment designed by D.I. Smirnov and B.S. Tau Yun Khan. 'The functioning principle of the attachment.1a described. Formula (111 was derived which can ser~vi an the basis for the quick determination of rubber elasti- city at low temperature. Two factors, the frost-resistance TOj and the duration of the forces acting under static deformation, t, am taken into consideration. In developing the method for rubber elasticity teating at low temperatures two possibilities had to be noted: 1) the testing of newly-processed rubber, 2) the tenting of man-produced rubber. The authors refer to the ISO instrument and the method recommended by the International Organization of Standards and point out card 1/4 S/i38/60/OrjO/OO?/OW/010 A051/AO29 An Instrument and Method Used for the Determination of High-Elastio Properties of Rubber at Low Temperature that these are applicable only to the second group of rubber. The methad of the ISO does not include the determination of the effect of the temporary sorAitions of deformation on the frost-resistance of the rubber and the instrument does not ensure the rapid determination of this relatIonship, since it can handle only statio load conditions. The UM-1 instrument does not have these disadvantages. With this Instrument the frost-resistance index at dynamic (1,500 bendingW~nln) and static conditions can be determined In compression deformations. A period of 30 sea is suggested for the static tests. The design of the UPM-1 Instrument was Improved (Ref. 3). A mixture of dry Ice and alcohol served as the coolant V/ since an alcohol medium at low temperatures does not affect the results of the experiments (Refs. 4 and 5). It was found that the UPM-3 can replace 8 stand- ard instruments since it requires less time for the test. A detailed explanation is given of the testing method. Using formula (1) the frost-resistance Index can be calculated. Formulae 2 and 3 represent the frost-resistance coefficients for cases of compression deformation and elastic restoration, respectively. The lat- ter factors k and k' are numerically equal to each other, I.e., k = k'. Pigure 2 card 2/4 S/138/60/000/007/007/01() A05LA029 An Instrument and Method Used for the Determination of High-Elastic Properties of Rubber 'at Low Temperature shows that the two curves coincide for the temperature depen4ence of the frost-re- sistance coefficient of commercial rubber on CRN-18 (SKU-18)%'base wider compres- sion And at restoration. The experiments and the tests carried out with the um- 3 show that it can be recommended for determining the charitateristios of rubber used for sealing parts and In various shook absorbers. The Inatrument can also be useetor determining the degree of crystal formation In rubber, during cooling rLthout streams. Other methods do not include the testing of rubber for orystal formation which leads to a loss of the elastic properties, just as in the case of vitrification. The problems of vitrification and crystallization in rubber are further discussed, describing the factors which affect the crysta-32dzation, e.g.., vulcanization, presence of sulfur, accelerator, amount of the masticator, statte of tension of the rubber sample and how the crystallization affects the density and hardness of the rubber. The testing method for crystallization is explained in detail.. It usually takes from 10 to 30 days, depending on the rate of the rubber crystall1zation. The or7stallIzation index is taken to be the provisional pericd of crystallization, determining the time which it takes the rubber to increase its card 3/4 5/138/60/000/007/007/01() AO51/AO29 An Instrument and Method Used for the Determination of High-Elastic Properties of Rubber at Low Temperature hardness by a factor of 2 (Fig.-4). It is further pointed out that the Instrumen-t. can be used for experiments on crystallization determination in rubber, which has been subjected to preliminary tension'by means of a micro-bolt at room temperature. Otherwise the entire procedure is similar to that of crystalliiation determination of rubber in a relaxed state. There are 4 graphs, I set of photographs and 12 re- ferences: 5 Soviet mbd 7 English. ASSOCIATION: Nauchno-igisledovatellskly Institut rezinovoy promyshlennosti (Sa-ler.- tific Research Institute of the Rubber Industryi Card 4/4 ROZEN,, A.M.; KHORKHORINA, L.P.; YURNIN, V.G.; NOVIKOVA,, N.M. - Interaction of tributyl phosphate ard tributyl phosphate gidlyate with diluents. Dokl, AN SSSR 153 no.6:1387-1390 D 163, (MIRA 17:1) 1. Prodstavlano akademikom A.Ne Frumkinym. U. To.. Prof.. MOVIKOVA. "4.m. Combined anesthesia In gynecological operations [with suamary ig Inelish]. Akwh. I gin. ~4 no.2:74-77 Kr-Ap 158. (MIRA 11:5) 1. rz skushersko-gine!z-ologicheskoy klin*i (zav. - Prof. 1W.Te. Sidoroy) lasonskogo Institute usovershoustvovanlya vrachey Imeni T.r. Lenin&. (GIRUTALIA, FMALM. surg. local oneeth.,with hypothermia (Rua)) (HYPOTHMIA in anevurg,, with loanl aneath* (Rua)) (AMISTHSIA, LOCAL potentintion with hypothermia in gyu.wwC. (Rue)) NOVIKOVA N H Local anesthesia with use of ganglion-blocking w74 neoreolegic drugs in extirpation of the uterus. Akt. vop. obezbol. no.2: 203-206 '59. (HIRA 14: 5) 1. Iz Wmshersko-ginekologicheskoy klinild (zaveduyushahiy - prof. H.V.Sidor*) Kazanskogo instituta usovershenstwovaniya vra4hey imsni VX.Lenina. (LOGAL AINSTHMIA) (IUTONOMIC DR") (UTERU"URMY) lauroplegic substances In c4=blnaticn with 2oca2 anest1wela in surgery for aancer of the uterine corpus and cervix. Sov. md. 25 no.8:40-4.3 Ag 161. (MIRA 15: -1) 1. Is akushersko-ginekologicheakoy kllniki (sav. - prof. N.Ye. Sidorov) Kazuskogo instituta movershemsWovaniya vrachey imeni V. I. Lwdna. (HYSTER10TOMY) (UTERUS-WICER) (AUTONOMIC DRUGS) (LML ANESTHESIA) ALW,SIM. A.F.1 BORIMMO, A.P.; GLIKSON. T.Io; (ROKOVA, If.r.; KRUOTSKATA. A.I.: VIKO W . OTCHMTA. A.Z.; KNOTIN. P.1.; CKURMT. T,P.; SHMI 0, T.K.; WORGITW. U.S., red.; SHIL"In I . T.A., red,,-. LZTCIM. K.T., red.; LKANDVA, I.S.., (Prices an,tbA world capitallatia mrkstj a handbook] TSsny vire- Togo kapitallatichaskogo ryake; spravochalk. Noakwa. Tneshtorgisdat. 1958. M P. (KIRA l2t7) 1. Moscow. Va-dohno-inaledovatellakly konwyunkturnyy Institut, (Prices) i't --I :. LI il. .-i . "Orr,anomet-allic Corrinoun(Is of 1.~('re"17-" =~71. intoraction of 3-y-u-neturical A~yl Conpounds of 1-4ercury vrith Alimminim. and the Synthesis of Or.r7~knoallriniurt. Cornpounds.,11 Izz. Ak. Nlauk SSSR. Otdcl. Khim. Ilauk, 'No. 6, 121.2. M)r., inst. Orgmic Chemistr7. -1942-. Phospho-org nic compounds, IV, Derivatives of '-chloroeti-anephosphonic m acid. 1-1. 1. Kabachnik. P. A. Rossiyskaya and N. N. Novikova. Bull. Adad. Sci. URSS, Classe scl. chim. 1947. 97-100 Dry EtOH (13-89.), 23.4g. pyridine, and 120 cc. Et'~C, treated with cooling and stirring with 27g. UCH,~C~POCI,_(I) in Et,O, let stand overnight, and filtered, give 18 CICH,.CH, (OEt b4 92-1~-, d - 1.1565, d- 1.1558, )), 1 7 71 n7-4 1.4390. Sfimil&037~~. (for more of the abstract see card on KABACHN7IX. M. I.) NOVIKOVA, N.Y. - Atypical cultures of Intestinal bacteria in water from the Stalin Vater Works and their hygienic evaluation. Uch.zap, Nookonauch.isel.inst.san.i gig. no./+tl8-21 '60 (KIFA 1.6i11) Comparative study of the effectivenessof standard methods for calculating the indices of fecal pollution of open waters. rbid,t25-28 it 14ITYAGIlat Z,M.;~- NOVIKOVAt N.N. More material an an apparatus for preparing extracts. Apt* delo 9 no- 4t6&.67 jlAg t60. (HIPA INS) 1. lafodm tokhnolagii lokarstv i galonawykh preparatov Fornakogo farmatmovtichookooo institutao (FRAMOX-SQMISNT AND SUPPLIM) KOVIkQVA.v'9.'ff. I - .--- ........- gnUt&tiy* rowtio= of benzy1ponicUlin, APt,, del* 9 no,6tl9-23 " 160, (MM 1302) 11 fafe&& tokhvAlogli lokarstv i plewvykh pnpamtoy (say. . dotsent Z*N, llfitrmlna) Formakogo fa=taovtlohegkogo institutg. (PENT,(;Hjm) NOVIKOIA, U.N.; TMELISKAYA, I.L. Egg albumen as an I-transforming medium for certain streptococcal groups. Lab. delo. no.1:50-53 165. (MIRA 18:1) 1. Bakteriologichaskaya laboratoriya Ukraingkogo nauchno-issle- dovatellskogo instituta klinicheskoy meditsiny im. N.D. Stra- zhesko (direktor - prof. A.L. Mikhnev), Kiyev. ,'ACC NRs ATTOO0923 I Iging ability. In view of the fact that addition of small amounts of polymer, practi- (cally 10; of the weight of the gelatin-,, made the system colloidally unstable, tne jauthors carried out ex"riments to determine the optimal conditions of coagulation of Ithe fine-grain nuclear emulsion, washing, and peptization of the precipitate, and also Ito study the feasibility of producing after peptization a system which is colloidally ,stable for all values of pH. These tests consisted of determining the influence of gelatin and KN03 on the peptization of the coagulant, aging testae and teats on the !effects of reducing the gelatin content. The results show that polyvinyl acetal can be used as a substitute fbr a traction or the gelatin, but a gelatin/polymer ratio of about 22.5 is still required to prepare a workablA awdsLon. Orig. art. has: 9 fig- ures and 5 tables. SUB CODE* 4WSUBU DATM 00/ OBIG BRIP: OOT/ OM REFt 001 Card 2/2 ITOMICOVA. I.I. R., PmrijLov, 11. A. Una P'R0',,,'0F',LI;VAJ E# 1. 11very fine grail, cmulaions for nuclear re5eerch," a pap--r submitted ath tho International Coriferenre on in :3cientific RIescurch, Pair* 9-20 SCP 57. PEUILOVp N. A., PROKOAEVA, E. I., NOVIKoVA. N. I, LOZHKlN, 0- V-, DAROVSKIKH, V. F., and DEUISEW, G. F. (Institut du Radium, Leningrad, USSR) "Sur Les Principes de Preparation dlemulsiosn a Grains Tres Fins Pur Les Recherches Nucleaires et Leurs Proprietes." paper presented at Program of the Secona International Colloquium on Corpuscular Photography. Montreal, 21 Aug - 7 SeP 1958. Encl: B-3,il4,647. ---2- (0) CHIMI/28-3-5-4/20 AUMOR: N, A, Perfilov., H. P. Novikova.. E. I. Prokofeva TITLE: Extremely Fine-Grained Nuclear Emulsion mourAL: Yu"an Tzil Neng, 1958, Vol 3, Ur 5. pp 438-443 ABSMCT: The authors discovered a method for manufacturing extremely fine-grained nuclear emulsion. A method of potential control reportedly can provide good reproduciLaUty , The most probable size of the graihs viere 0.04-0.08 u. The principle and process are described. Three different types of emulsion are presented and illustrated by microphotographs and figures. The first type is a low-sensitivity "iT-9 fragment" emulrian, that can be used to detect particles with specific ionization losses, such as highly charged fragments, A -particles Ath energies from 20-3CMev. and 5-7Hev. protons. The second type is 07T-9 sensitive" emul- sion which can be used to detect protons with energies of approxi- mately 50 klev. The third type is the " ITP relativistic" emulsion, that can detect minimwn ionization charged particles. The authors 'also reported that the first type entulsion film will not change Card .1/2 in characteristics after a year storage period. The second type Extremely Fine-Grained Nuclear Emulsion (Cont.) C111COM/W-3-5-4/20 does not change in a period of 6-8 months. The storage pro- perties of the third type has not been investigated in detail. There are 10 figures, l.table and 6 non-Chicam references. f I 111-6 V / /"--, 0 V"9 11~ A 1P AUTHORSO Ferfilov, N, Ad, Novikova, N. Rd, Prokoftyeval Ye. 1. 89-1-5129 TITLE: A Particular Fine Emulsion for kluclear Investigations (Csobo melkow zernistyye. emullsii dlya yadernykh issledovaniy). PERIODICAL: Atomnaya Energiya, 1958, Vol. 4, fir 1, pp. 45 - 51 (USSR). ABSTRACT*' A production method for nuclear photoemulsions is described, in which the measurements of the microcrystals are 0.04 - 0,08,LA, and which are very-uniformly distributed in the entire layer. In order to warrant reproducibility in productionp a method of "potentiometer control" is given. Bit this method it is possible with great accuracy to attain the aim thatp in the mixing of the components of the photoemulsion, the ratio between bromine- and silver ions always remains constant. The time of emulsion fixation is determined by the quantity to be produced, For loo m-1 liquid emulsion it is e%- 1B mo According to the registration sensitivity with respect to charged particles the photoemulsions produced can be divided into 3 groups which differ only as to small additions and the manner of sensibilim, zation. Type I, Emulsion 11P - 9 for Fission Products'19 with this emulsion highly ionized ions of fission fragments, 2o - 3o HeVa-parn Card 11Z ticles, and 5 - 7 MeV protons can be recorded. AUTOR: Novikova, N.R., SOV/77-4-1-7/22 TITLE: The Effect of Iodide on the Properties of an Es- pecially Fine-Grained Nuclear Emulsion (Vliyaniye yodida na svoystva osobomelkozernistoy yadernoy emullaii) PERIODICAL: Zhurnal nauchnoy i prikladnoy fotografii i kine- matografii, 1959, Vol 4, Nr 1, pp 49-55 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The basic results of this work were obtained in Dee 1955. The author has studied foreign and domestic literature carefully, but found that the effect of iodide on the properties of emulsions that are sensitive to ionizing radiation has not been studied in detail before. So this investiga- tion was concerned with the effect of iodide on the scattering, light sensitivity and sensitivity towards electrons and ck_ particles of a fine- grained nuclear emulsion. This emulsion was manu- factured in accordance with type P-9 emulsion and Card 1/3 contained different amounts of potassium iodide. SOV/77-4-1-7/22 The Effect of Iodide on the Properties of an Especially Pine- Grained Nuclear Emulsion The ratios of silver iodide to silver halide ex- pressed by molecularl~ercentage was 0; 2.5; 5; 7.5; 15; 20 (Photo 0 Light sensitivity was expressed by GOST units, sensitivity to 0~_ particles and electrons by the units established by A.L. Kartuzhanskiy. The author found that the effect of iodide on the light sensitivity and the sensitivity to CA, particles of a non-sensitized nuclear emulsion is analogous to its effect on the light sensitivity of photographic emulsions. The effect of iodide on sensitivity to electrons is negative. Increased concentration of silver iodi- de in the emulsion decreases its ability of being sensitized by gold the same degree, Increased concentration of surplus Ag ions makes the degree of scattering grow to a determined maximum and decrease after this maximum has been reached, de- Card 2/3 spite a further increase of the concentration. SOV/77-4-1-7/22 The Effect of Iodide on the Properties of an Especially Fine- Grained Nuclear Emulsion The author was assisted by laboratory head Professor N.A. Perfilov, Professor K.S. Lyalikov, I.R. Protas, and Ye.I. Prokoflyeva who helped in the emulsion synthesis. There are 5 tables, 6 graphs, 1 photo and 12 references, 9 of which are Soviet, 1 Canadian, 1 English and 1 German. ASSOCIATION: Radiyevyy institut imeni V.G. Kh1opina AN SSSR (The Radium Institute imeni V.G. Kh1opin of the AS USSR) SUBMITTED: May 7, 1957 Card 3/3 PERFILOV, H.A.; PROKOFIYEVA., Ye.l.~ II.OVIKIIVA, II.R. 1wressing the senaillvity of an extret-fine-grained emll i(M by tlas use of the double sensitization wthod, TTtdy Hadiev.,ingtOAX SSSR 9:269--270 159. (KM 14:6) (Photograpbic emulsions) NOVIKOVAI N.H. Effect of iodide on the properties of an extra-fine-grained naciear ion* Trudy RadlevoinstAN SSSR 9:271-279 159. (KM 14:6) (Photographic owlsions) NOVIKOVA, X.Rq Nuclear track Pvmll mions maA frcm lead and silver salts. Z-l-a=. nauchA prik3..fot.i kin. 5 no.2:145-146 Mr-Ap 160. (MM 24:5) 1. Hadiyevyy ~nstitut im KbA ina AN SSSR. (Photographic e"M07 "(Photography, Particle track) PWILOV, N.A.; PROKODYWA, Ye.j.. NOVIKOTt N.R.- LOMIX, Q.v.; &-=' I DAROVSK11M. W.F.;DMSMKO ' G.F. Manufacturing principle and properties of extra-fine grain emulsions for nuclear investigations. Zhar.nauch.t prikl.fot. i kin. 5 no.4:262-273 Jl-Ag 160. (MI" 13-8) 1. 4%dtyevyy Lastitut In. T.G.Khlopina AN SSSR. (Photographic swalsions) (Photograpb,y. Particle track) HI NOVIKOVA' N. Oand Tech Sol -v noreasself the sensitivity 4 4, IW- 94#,J, and dlspersi4_"'~"-&_"_I*jr of ea&a fine-grained emulsion for nuclear stud Len, 1961, (Min of Culture RSFSR. Lenlntk~ Inst of ii!i Engineers) (KL, 6-61o 246) - 277 - Eloctron-J=cr..-opic stvt~iy of the amil Ification prccess ard a: the. ArAmin& of superi'ir-e-grained =u1sionse 71wanauch.l. Priklef0ts i Idn, 6 no.4:247-il.50 n-Ag 161. Olm 24:n) 1. Radiyav,-7 int;titut Ineni V.G. Ehlopim AN SSSR, (-~'hotographic amlsions) PERFIWV, N.A.; ZMVIKOVA, N.R.. ZAYHAROV, V.I. - .9 Investigating the anomalous recrystallization of extrafim grain nuclear emulsions during the zecord ripening. Zhur.nauch.i prikl. fot. i kin. 6 no.5038-344 S-0 161. (MIRA 14:9) 1. Radiyevyy institut AN SSSR. (Photography, Particle track) (Photographic emulsions) FERFILOVO N.A.; NOVIROVA N.R.: ZAKHAROV, V.I.; VIKHREV, Yu.1. ;;f I ~~- Photographic emulsion PR-2 for nuclear research. Aton. energ. 11 no.6-.543-544 D 161. (KERA 14:11) (Photographic emulsions) (Nuclear research) PWILDV,, N.A,; !qVIKOVA., N.R.; ZAMUROT, V. I. VACmitude and structure of the developed grains In ectra fine-grained nuclear smilsions-.6 Zhur.nauch.l prIk1.fot.L kin. 8 no,61:6243 Ja~F 163. (KMk l6t2) 1. RadlysM Institut AN SSSR Iment. V.G.Miloplm. (Photograpby,, Particle track) (Photographic e0*10US) ZAKRAROV, V.I. PERFILOV, 14 A.; FADINA, Ye.V. Properties of fine-frain nuclear emulsions dependent on the pAg and the temperature of emulsification and first ripening. Zhur. nauch. i p4kl. fot. i kin. 9 no.1:21-Z7 Ja-F'64. (MIRA 17:2) L o7164-'67 - D'IT 1) IJP W . ACC NRs A-16029517 SOURCE CODES UR/3180/66/011/000/6'135/0160 AUTHOR: Advikoval N. R. ORG I none TITLES Synthesis of photographic emulsionr, for nuclear studies SOURCE: AN SSSR. 11" ssiya po khirdijotografighoskikh protsessov. Uspakhi nauchnoy fotografii~$' _V. QML_ it 1966.- KhYmiyatoto'g-raficheskikh enul'sly. Stiaiurrqye svoystva fotografichaski1ch sloyev (Chemistry of photographic emulsions. Structural properties of photographic films)v 135-160 TOPIC TAGS1 photographic emulsion, nuclear emulsion ABSTRACTS After -a-iiewing the history of the use of photographic emulsions in the Soviet Union and other countriesp the author describas in detall the methods of Syn- thesis of such emulsions. These includo (1) synthesis in excess bromide ions (a=oniw method, ammonia-free double solvent method and wamonia-frea three-solvent methad), (2) synthesis in wccess silver ions and (3) the diffusion method. A comprehensive list of the emulsions (and their applications) manufactured by various firms is given. A table indicating the characteristics of relativistic nuclear emulsions obtained by dJf- ferent researchers at different times is also presented. Of the large eiw*.er of nu- clear emulsions synthesized at various institutes, those moat commonly used in the Soviet Union have been developad at NIKFI by K. S. BDgomolov and co-workers.and 14. A. L 07~~ ~6 ACC NRs AT60295J 7 Perfilov and co-workers at the Radium Institute (HadVavyy institut). lzpraveaents in the properties of nuclear emulsions should be concerned with decreasing the size of their single crystals and increasing the density of the grains in the tracks of re]A- tivistic particles. Orig. art. has: 14 figures and I table. SUB CODE& 14/ SUBM DATZ9 none/ MIG REFS 026/ OTH REFS 044 Card ZAKHAROV, V.Io; NOVIKOVA, N.R.; FERMOV, N.A.; FADINA, Ye.V, P*ragallolamidol developer for nuclear 9=lsions. Zhur.nauch. i prikl,fot, L kino 9 no,6t422-423 K-D 064. - (MIRA 18t1) NOVIKOVA. K. S. Novikova, I.A. (Biology) Determination of the daily roach ration of the North Caspian Sea directly In the sea. P. 107 Chair of rchthyology July 24. 195o SO: HerIld of the Moscow University. Series on Pkyalca-Mathematies and Hatural Science4. No. 1, go. 5. 1951 APMOTAI -- Behavior of the Northern C"Pian roach on their feedi growds. Topoikhteno*7:36-51 156. at, an ]LO: 3 ) le Kafedra, lkhtiologil Moskovskogo gosudarstwennog univeratteta In* N.V. Lomononova. (Caspian Sea--Roach (]Pish)) !LO!M~11VA ~ N.S. Some data an feed. rationa of codfish and haddock of the -Barents Seae Daklo AN SSSR 146 no,4:960-962 0 162o' (MIU 15:11) 1, Pblylarnyy nauchna-imeledovatellskiy i proyektnyy inatitut morskage ry1maga-khospystva, i okeauopafii im. N.M. Uipovichm, Predstavleno, akademikom U.N. Favlovskim. Narents Sea,-Fishes-Food) (Barents Se"odfish) NOVILKOVA N.3. Som-1 problemg of feeding hab-Ita and food behavior of cod and haddock in the Barents Sea. Trudy Y24Bl no.7:3-47 165. , 11 P,)J.L, of -.0nophores as food for Barents Sea cod and haddock. ibid.*61-67 (MIRA 18:8) .L. Polyarnyy nauchnc--islpdovate---'sk-'y i proyakt-nyy institut morskogo rybnogo khozyaystva i okeanografii imeni N.M. Knipovicha i Marmansk:ty mrskoy Eologlcheskly institut AN SSSR. NOVI KO VA GPRASIVOVA, L.V. Quantitative equivalents for field analysis olf the feeding habits of cod. Trudy W4BI no.7:68-78 165. (MIRA 18:8) 1. Polyarnyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy i proyektnyy institut morskogo rybnogo khozyaystva i okeanografii imeni N.M. Knipovicha i Murmanskiy morskoy biologicheskiy institut AN SSSR. "0 MOTA N.S. mm=t*z.-- Bacterial (itseases of kok-eaglWz* Report mo.l. Klkroblol,zhur, 9 n.*948-32 148o (KWA 9: 12) 1. Is Wale baktariozey rastenly (sav. otdolem - K.I.Bolltyukeva) Institute a1kroblelogil lueni skadomika D.K.Uboletnego Akademil nauk US% I IU--KCK-QCEYZ--DIS1ASM AND PISTS) 110111KOVA N. 3. 1~1 - ~--' V I ~-- "Are Kok-Saghyz 3--eds the Source of InfeCtion in Bacteerial Uithering of the Kok-Sa(l,hyz Feducle?" Mrobiol Zhur, Kiev, Vol. 12, N - 4, T-P 9%-104, 1950. .1 to Sources and ways of spreading infection In bacterial wilt of receptacles of kok-sagbyx. Rkrobloleshur. 13 no.2:48-61 851. (an 9 . 9) I* Is otdola babfteriosov rastenty (savo otdolem - K.I.Belityukova) Institute m1krobiologit ineni skadentim D.K.Tabolotnogo Akademil nauk USSR. (UKRAIM--KOK-BAGRIS~-DIMUSIS AND FISTS) NOVIKOVA. N.S. RaoterlophMe phenousna In bacterial epiphytic affections of certain Wi- cultural plants. KWobiol.shur. 14 no-3:46-57 '52. MaA 6:12) 1. Z Institutu mWobtologil Akademll, nauk URSR. (Botamy--Pathology) (Bacteriophea) V~. NOVIK07A, No So NOVDWA, No So -- "Increa3ing the Productivity of the Wheat Spike on the Basis of Stage Analysis of the Conditions of Occurrence of the Third and Fourth Stages of Organogenesis." Moscow Order of Lenin and Order of Labor Red Banner State U Iment M. V. Lomanosov. Moscow, 1956* (Dissertation for the Degree of Candidate of Biological ~cld.qcef.) .90: KdghaM let2gLs'. No. 4. Hoscow. 1956 PUCHK07A,, L.I.; FrInimali uchastlyAs OSIFGV&v T.T.; 1107IKOVA 14 S., Studjr-And- evaluation of the spinning Characteristics of the new synthetic fibers. Nauch.-issl.trudy TSMIKHBI za 1958 ga 3-20. (KMA 1611) (Cotton-Teating) IZRAILISKIT, T.P.. prof.i doktor biolognauk; MSTOTA, L.M., nauk; GOILMO, N.Y., dolctor biolog.nauk; KURATIUT, V.P.; MMZOTA. YO.F., daktor biolog.nauk: SUDAKOVA, L.T., mikrobialog; GRUSUVOY, S.Ye.. doktor sallskokhoz.-m ; MINUMMO, F.Te., doktor biolog.nauk; BELITYUKOVA. K.L. doktor biolog.nou ; SMYGIRA. L,F*q kand,biolog,nauk; PJMMIFA, Z.G., kand.biolog,nauk; ARMIKIMA. Z.S.. mikrobiolog-, 10TIKQTAX.S.., kand.biolog.nauk; OSMITSKAYA. Te.A.. fltopatologt YAMWT-A, H.T., fitapatolog-m1kroblolog; NIKZAMIYAN. R.O.. imnd.biolog.nauk; TRYURSTA. 1.T.. red.; MZWM, V.I., (Bacterial diseases of plants] Bakteriallnys bolezni rastenii. Izd.2., parer, I dop. Mookwa, Gos.izd-vo salkhoz.lit-ry. 1960. 467 (KIRA 13:750 1. Chlon-korrespondent Ukrainskoy AN (for Kuravlyov). (Bacteria. Phytopathogenic) (Plant diseases) NOVILOVA.,X,im %mylamna; SOLOVIYEVA, A.I., red.izd-veL; DAKHNO, Yu.B., tekhn. red. [Bacterial flora of the aerial organs of plants] Bakteriall- naia flora nadzemnykh organov rastenii. Kiev Izd-vo AN USSR, 1963. 87 p. WRA 17:2) CIIESNOKOV , V.A.; RAKHIMOV, G. ; BUSHUYE-VA, T.M. ; NOVIKOVA , N.V. ".. k~% Effect of warming up of leaves on the photosynthesis and activity of isolated chloroplasts. Vest.-LGLI 19 no.15:105-110 164. (MIRA 17:11) ,- e frW - MOVIKOVA, II.V. (Kiyev) Distribution of the influenza virus in various organs in experim,=4,al infection. Vrach delo no.6tlO5-108 Je 161. (MTfA 15:1) 1. Institut, infektsionnykh bolexney AHN SSSR. (INFLUBWA-MCROBIOUGY) USSR/HIU-n:- Uucd- Blot.~d Gho:dstny. T ;.bs Jour: Ref Zliur-Biol., 'jo 20, 1953, 93063. ,'.Uthor rovilcovo., ii.v., i.i. Last Titl,; Study of tl-.~; Effect of Blc)~.,,d Pn,,tuins ii" lion-'al alid "als . Ori:, Pub: Probl- cndol-r*-,,,):L. ~cria-interapii 10,5,,, 2, 2, 103-108. -bstract: iinlarcL.-I-raphic study of tlic bli.~Gd protu.ns cf 300 nor- n~~d c,%str--tcd ::,-bbits c.:-.d dolls was iLAL~~ta:.~~n usilll~; "ic r.:u-Md of E. M.. Mc...ctyul: (t-hoscs of vclDor-s to sci- untific scssio:i dcd`cJU-L:cl to 30t'-. of ti-e llly~~ic-iic Listitutc :~f Inbor mad Discisus, Moscow, 1953, 24 - 3S), ~n dctcrTii:,Q of equi- 1/3 and Aniral Physiol,!-~~-. Blrcd. Bl,)cd Ch-:~:.dstry. --c Jour: Rcf 22iur-Biol ., !~'o '20, 1958, 93063. libriun of t'ic wnvus (PNI) - L,, cnstrated df:,C,'z, tlwr-_~ was no c~iani~;c in CI, the tfAal protucin in t:~.a sc!xui-:, but the peal: of thu -L- ,laaro:~rapliic wavus mid PI.7,.,l iii Vic 3crw-, rf nonzl dc,-s was lawur thali t'-Lat r~f cnstrotcd cIL)L,I-r; w_'icru Vi,.~ first- s'iifto wcrc; notcd c-n thQ 19th dc.y of caaLrat.11,v.. the 3()V-l (La~ tht"O'_. il'.dicco clucm=Ld, CUld a IULUCLI.: ~-_' hi-'i U. 1~ is and Ll C, ",---v-' L-1 rcbbits t".(- a:.ioul.t of iDlas~ ~~.d L~A,21 10 d,--ys cnju'rati.L;_-,, w.,.,.s thi3 lc..VL:l fcr I-g -a Z.A. rutur_,Qd tc 3rd --oll-cli - T:,.- I, c ilulicus (11T) of blocd Pro- U~in wcrc: :1,st :::'t~:_'L:Cbly Sp~~!cics diff,~i,cncus i. tud Pj_ tho protc-in ~_.f t'-,u bl.,~ -_~d _'..-d t'-.L; dur-S ~:,.,J rabbitc 2/3 29 Bl,~cd. ?.'.,,c:d C' T :,bs Ji-ur: I'lef "'Lur-Bl'o-I., 20, 1""56, 93c,63. PI in nonzl riid cas!.rr~tud. anL-.alo apjjan.:.--'G)-y dlff,.:rorl castraticr cf 'Ghc L,raphic activQ -3'- a: cl -S-S Cr:Dups in tliL~ structure of the prctc4-;-. i-iclccul,s. -- ~'..D. Poi ~1, CO rd 3/3 IOTIKOVA. N.Ve (Zhartkov) 111"VIEF; hie off set of blood Droteins of normal and castrated animals during the action of pervitin and sodium svVtal [with summary In lhgllshj. Froble- endok. I goruo* 4 no.4:896-92 JI-Ag 158 (MIRA 11:10) le Zz otdals, fistologit (sax. dots. B.A. Vartapotov) M=ainskogo instituta eks erimentalinoy ondakrinologii (dir. kandmed.nauk S.To Haksimov-3. (BWW PROTEINS, eff, of drugs on nethamphetamine & amobarbital In castrated animals (Rms)) (AJUHWMnW. related cpda, methamphetamineq eff. on blood proteins In castrated animals (Hun)) (AMCBARDITAL, off. on blood proteins in castrated animals (ams)) (CASTRATION, off. on amobarbital & methaMhetamine action on blood proteins in animals (Rlun)) NOWIM-VA. 9.V.; IWZIMFKO, 1.1. (rharlkov) Affect of sodium bromide. nothyltestasterons, and a nothyltestasteronAM- sodium bromide combination on oaram proteins in castrated animals [with suausx7 In Inglish]. Probl.endok. i goru. 5 no,1:51,54 Ja-F 159, (KIRA 12:3) 1. Is fisiologichaskogo otdala (sav. - dots. B.A. Vartspetov) Ukraln- skogo Instituta skepartmentallnoy andakrinolog1l (dlrs - kand4 sods nauk SA- Makelmov). (CASIRATION, off. of sodium bromide & nothyltestosterone alone.,&' In combination on blood proteins (Rua)) (BROKIDW, effects, sodium bromide, on b1cod proteins In castrated aninals, alone & with nothyltestostarone (Rua)) (TESTOSTMONS, rel. apda. nothyltestooterons. off. on blood proteins in castrated animals. alone & with sodium bromide (Rus)) (BWOD PROMMS. off. of drugs on. vieWltestosterone & sodium bromide, alone & in coubln~tion, in castrated animals (Ras)) VARTAPETOV, B.A.; IIOVIKOITAt N.Y. (KharIkov) Effect of ganglionic blocking agents (beenzohez,~nium and pyrilere) on the blood serum proteins and arterial pressure in animals with postcastration hypertension. Probl. endokr. gormonoter. 9 no-4215-22 Jl-Ag'63 (MIRA 17:1) 1. Iz fiziologicheskogo otdela (zav. - prof. B.A. Vartapetov) Ukrainskogo instituta eksperimentallnoy endokrinologii (dir.- nauk S.V. Maksimov),, V- v a a it 1 4 m, it I, wisill 9. aU A&M Winst 32V k A b, & g LI - - TV A-; 9 TA 4 g**4tttI-I 4-0 f*~*dtltt ~"tf 4go *oC goe . wool off Jdalr" M 904 (U 8 &a) - ;4 u L V UK to un T -- - . - ---04t 1%IW go's A.A. Faftw= oe ' fee goo see too .660-6406 O"Nummw tam ' -40 tam 04;4-194- d"w we t vim ~ww 14"40 'I a" - Ills Mr to AS a a "1 4[ r 0 ~Q V 6 71 mei,- L g,-0 0 ' r 0 f of AUTRORS: NesmeYanovq A. N., Member, Academy of 20-119~3-29/65 Sciences, USSR, Borisov, A. Te., Hovikova, N. V. TITLE: Conservation of Propenyl Radical Configuration in Metal to Metal Transition Reactions (Sokhraneniyo konfigurataii propenilinogo radikala v reaktsiyakh perekhoda at metalla k metallu) PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii Nauk S99R, 1958v Vol- 119, Nr 3, PP- 504-505 (USSR) ABSTRACT, The authors continue their papers an the stereochemistry of the atom exchange reactions (ref 1). The atoms are connected with the olefine-hydrocarbon. The authors realized several transitions of the cis- and correspondingly of the trans-propenyl-radical in starting from the stereo-isomeric- 1-bromo-1-propenes (table 1). These bromides were transformed by action of lithium in ether at +5 to -70C into corresponding stereoisomeric lithium-propenyl compounds and further into several propenyl-organometallie compounds of Rg, Sn and Tl by subsequent exchange reactions at reduced temperatures. Card 1/3 Corresponding stereoisomers of crotonic acid were formed Conservation of Propenyl Radical Configuration in Metal to 20-119-3-29/65 Metal Transition Reactions by C02 action. The configuration of the initial bromo- propene is known as well as rhe configuration of the crotonic- and isocrotonic acid. The configuration of the two compounds of lithium-propenyl which were form6d by lithium action on an ether solution of a corresponding bromo-propene at 5 to -70C was proved by the pr6sence of frequencies 700 and 1623 cm-1 in the infrared spectrum which belong to the substances formed by cis-bromo- propene, whereas in the same spectrum of its stereoisomer frequencies 975 and 1645 cm-1 occur. This characterizes the first organolithium. substance as cis-, the latter as a trans-isomer. The exchange reactions of these isomers of lithium-propenyl with HgBr2 and TIBr 3 passed under conservation of their configurations, exactly like all other exchange reactions of the metals investigated by the author. This is proved by the delimitation of the trans- formation region of the cis-lithium-propenyl from the domain of the trans-lithium compound and by the method of even and uneven cycles (ref 1). The transitions 6,7; 7,8; Card 2/3 5; L 8, 12t 11. 5; 7, 8, 12, 11, 9, 6 and 11, 9, 10 Conservation of Propenyl Rad-Ica! Configuration in Metal 20-119-3-29/65 to Metal-Traasition. Reactions actually contain in the transformation series of tran Lithium-propenyl. and t-he corresponding transformations 18J. 19; 19, 20, 17; 19, 20, 24, 17; 23, 24; P-3, 21# 22 - 2P 3, -5, 6 terms; they are cyclic, i.e. they return each time to the initial stereoisomerl independently of the number of terms. Therefore each probability of reactions with inversions of configuration is excluded. Thus the above material once more confirms the rule concerning the conservation of config7uration in electrophil or homolytical substitutions of an olef-ine-hydrocafbon (ref 3) Put UP by the authors. The trawaformations 1, 13, 8, 20', 11 and 23 are here ap L - Wently hcmokytI-al, vhereas the others are electrolkAl. Tl-.ert-- are 1 ttOle), and 8 rePerences, 5 Of are Soviet. ASSOCLUrION- Institut elementoorganicheskikh soyedineniy Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of El,~mental- organic Compounds AS USSR) SUBMUTTED - November 7-10, 1~)57 Card MASOMIM, A.,Ir,, Wadow1k; DMISOV, Aels.; KOVIXOTAv ITwT-, Ristoublon of the prqwwl confIgO91Quin tits zonations of cu- '&4 trans-propevyllIthlum wIth m-compowidne' Pokl, AN. 380 U9 no,"49722-n5 Ap 158. (KMit 11W Mthluu) (Aldehydes) (Ketones) 50) AUTHORSs- Nesmeyanov, A. H., Borisov, A. Ye., SOV/62-59-2-11/40 Hovikova, N. V. TITLE: Exchange Reactions of the Isopropenyl Compounds of Mercury, Thallium-and Tin (Reaktsii obmena izopropenillrWkh ao,yedineniy rtutip talliya i olova) PERIODICALs Izvestiya Akademii nauk SSSR. Otdeleniye khimicheskikh nauk, 1959, Nr 2, pp 259-262 (USSR) ABSTRACT: In the present paper th e reactions of the double exchange of isopropenyl compounds of mercury and thallium as previou-sly described (Ref 1) with salts of heavy metals were investigated. On fusion of diisopropenyl thallium bromide with tin bromide at 200-2200 the diisopropenyl tin dibromida with a melting point of 100-1010 was obtained. This readily reacts with mercury bromide and forms isopropenyl mercury bromide. This yields in alkali diisopropenyl mercury. In acetone this reaction proceeds in a more complex manner. It essentially resembles one of the variations of the interaction of sym- metric organic mercury compounds with stannous salts. From the reaction products of diisopropenyl mercury with thallium Card 1/2 tribromide at room temiDerature in ether the diisopropenyl Exchange Reactions of the Isopropenyl Compounds SOV/62-59-2-11/40 of Mercury, Thallium and Tin . thallium bromide was obtained. This is decomposed at 190-1940. The interaction of diisopropenyl mercury with tin dibromide yields in various solvents isopropenyl mercury bromide, diisopropenyl tin dibromide, tetraisopropenyl tin and metallic mercury. There are 3 Soviet references. ASSOCIATIONt Institut elenotoorganicheakikh soyedineniy Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of Elemental-Organic Compounds of the Lcademy of Sciences, USSR) SUBMITTEDs Hey 24, 1957 Card 2/2 p ov I KO VIA r4V 50) AUTHORSt Mesmeyanov."~Ns. Borisov, A. To., SOV/62-59-2-12/40 11 V., Osipova, U. A. TITLEz Synthesis of Organo-Tin Compounds From Organomercurials and Stannous Salts in Inert Solvents (Sintez olovoorganicheakikh soyedineniy iz rtutnoorganiohookikh soyedineniy i soley dvuvalentnogo olova v inertnykh rastvoritelyakh) PERIODICALz Izvestiya Akademii nauk SSSR. Otdeleniye khimicheskikh nauk, 1959, Ur 2, pp.263-266 (ussa) ABSTRACTs In the present paper the interaction of organomercurials with stannous-salts in an inert solvent not containing any mobile hydrogen atom-was investigated. It was proved that in this.-connection no side reaction takes place in which (ROILSnX is formed such as with the application of alcohol 12 2 and acetone as solvent. From the reaction of dipropenyl mercury with stannous bromide dipropenyl tin was obtain. In the case of diisopropenyl mercury, diisopropenyl tin dibromide, tatraisopropenyl tin and isopropenyl mercury brom- ' itated. The reaction of diphenyl mercury, ide were precipi Card 1/2 di-p- and di-o-toluene*mercury, di-al-naphthyl mercury and Sinthesis of Organo-Tin Compounds From Organo- SOT/62-59-2-12/4,0 mercurials and Stannous Salts in Inert Solvents diethyl mercury with stannous chloride as well as diphenyl meroury with stannous bromide yielded normal reaction products. There are 3 Soviet references. ASSOCIATIONt Institut elementoorganichookikh soyedineniy kkaiemii nauk SSSR (Institute of Elemental-Organic Compounds of the Academy of Sciences, USSR) SUBMITTED: May 24, 1957 Card 2/2 5M sov/62-59-4-11/42 AUTHORS: Ifeemeyanov, A. N. Borisovs As re. j Movikova, ft. T. TITLE: On the Possibility of a Synthesis of Organic Tin Compounds by the Reduction of Organic Thallium Compounds With Salts of Di- valent Tin (0 vozmozhnosti sinteza olovoorganicheskikh soyedineniy vosstaaovleniyem talliyorganicheakikh soyedineniy solyami dvuvaleatnogo olova) PERIODICAL: livestiya Akademii nauk SSSR. Otdeleniye khimicheakikh nauk, 1959o Nr 49 pp 644-646 (USSR) ABSTRACT: In the present work the interaction of cis- and trans-di- propenylthallium bromide, diisopropenylthallium bromide, di-a- naphthylthallium. bromide with tin bromide and the interaction of diphenylthallium chloride and di-p-tolylthallium chloride with iin chloride upon heating of the reaction products ground to a powder$ without solvents, was investigated. The yield of reaction products was between 50% and 85,,4. A stereo isomer ,ix- ture of dipropenyl tin bromide, diisopropenyl tin dibromide, diphenyl tin dichloride, di-p-tolyl tin dichloride and di-a- naphthyl tin dibromide appears to have thus been obtained. Card 1/2 This reaction was also investigated in various solvents. A re- soy/62-59-4-11/42 On the Possibility of a Synthesis of Organic Tin Compounds bj the Re=ctian Of Organtro Thallium Compounds. With Salto of. Divalant Tin action of diisopropenyl thallium bromide with tin bromide in acetone can be effected only with difficulty. It does not react in benzene and ligroin solutions even when heated. On the other hand, cis-cis-dipropenyl 0thallium bromide reacts with tin bromide in benzene at 50 to form dipropenyl tin dibromide and thallium dibromide. This reaction ia similar to the reaction in- vestigated (Ref 3) between orgeno-mercury compounds and divalent tin salts and is effected with relative ease. This reaction can be used as a method of synthesizing organic tin compounds of the type R2SnX 2' There are 6 references, 4 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Institut elementoorganicheskikh soyedineniy Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of Elemental-organic Compounds of the Academy of Sciences, USSR) SUBMITTED: July 12, 1957 Card 2/2 V 5 (3) ADTHCK 3 S Neameyanoy, A,, 9.9 Borisov, A, To-.I soy/62-59-7-10/38 rovikeyat 1W. 7. 4__~~_ TITLEv Preservation of the Configuration of the Radical in the Metal ftchanging Reactions of Propenyl Metal Organic Compounds 00khranen -iye konfigurataii radikala v reaktsiyakh obmerka metalls, propenillnykh metalloorganigheakikh poyadineniy) PERIODICAL: :Izvestiya Akademii nauk SSSR. Otdeleniye khimicheskikh nauk, 1959t Nr 7. pp 1216-1224 (USSR) ABSTRACT: This paper belongs to a series of investigations on the stereo- chemical exchange of atoms bound to olefin carbon. The relative scheme shows that the cis- or trPnigconfiguration of the olefin radicalremains preserved in an electrophilic or homolytic iubstitution.4a initial materials for the investigations cis- and.trana-l-bromoprope,ne ware used. The lithium salts of these compounds were oubjected to a metal exchange. Lithium was replaced by Tercury, thallium or tin. The configuration of the stereoisomeric lithium propenyl was determined by means of the infrared absorption spectrum and the configuration of the Mg-, Tl- and Sn-compounds was determined by means of the infrared Card 1/2 spectrum and according to the method of even and uneven numbers Preservation of the Configuration of the Radical in the SOV'/62-59-T-10/38 Netal Exchanging Reactions of Propenyl Metal Organic Compounds of-links In the cycles. The investigation of the metal exchange was carried out at room temperature. The metals were exchaMed in an electrophilic reaction. A reaction hitherto unknown was noticed:,R 2SnCl2 + TlCl2 --P R2TlCl2 + Sucl 4* In the experimental part the various exchange reactions are described. There are T referencesl 2 of which are So7iet. ASSOCIATION: Institut elementoorganicheskikh soyedineniy Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of Elemental Organic Compounds of the Academy of Sciences, USSR) SUBMITTED: govember 12, 1957 Card 2/2 50) AUMORS.- Borisov, A. Te. ffovikova~ ff. 7-- 54YI62-50 9-27140. ange Readtion*s -of Organotin Compounds.With Thallium (III), _ ..:_Ch oride. A :-MIODICAM. Uveiitiya- Akaddaiii nauk SSSR~'Otdoleniy4-khimicheakikh naukt. 6 6 1. 70'1 72:JU R) ABSTRACT.-. -'',In the litle~ reaction,,~the:, authors ~ievlously observed (Ref 1) a:t th dforniati-onl:of-'iELrious:ol~g&n6 In -::Bzoo trail A co-4 ounds to organo-, llium -compounds.- ithe e Investigations are-poiLtinued in the p4ar': tud;yl th y a ng e.-reaction tetraethyl-9 ' 'butyl.; phenyl-wj- 0- o-' And p-tolyl-.. 'anis 1 the stereoisomeric .~,.propenyl_,, isopropezxyl-~-,: - and -vinyl compounds of tin with ihium 113:)..dhiciride~., -The, i,nitia-1 substances were'obtained by t dreac oni a ereoisom4tic-tetrapiropenyl- and -isotat:riLprbp-onyl~ti.n-16eing.-pre~ared for r -the ft at times -repres,entatio th ometric, 0'( n -of: a ge )nf iguration L' of these CoMpoundaL ii, gjjdn jl,_: n6 e wi t1i. tfi a SL'of ace rdaL 0 vi W, Lffesmeyanov and papers ~ by - L., . same~ O MPoundsL I Co -the auth r Al reacted smoothly with TlC1 3 + to a:L of L n. a her, or-chlo t6riii solution at,.~room,temperature. Dat 4 nitial,- sub stances and reaotio n o are given: in~ table 1. produ t6