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yi`~146j~b~Am d- 6 MDVA G "j saoYAN, s.s.; VEMRCMGIII, L.F. Bismuth phase diagram at pressures up to 100,000 kg/cm2 and a temperature of 500u C. Fize met* i metalloved. 11 no. 2:215- 219 F 161, (MMA 14:5) 1. Institut fiziki vysol~ikh davleniy. (Bismuth-Thermal properties) (Phase rule and equilibrium) 20209 ~'J~o -'io~ zoo IQ r J9 ) I 5/126/6i/oil/002/005/025 E021/E435 AUTHORS: Panova, G~Kh, Sekoyan, S,S, and Vereshchagin, L.F. --- "WOMM""lu TITLE- Phase Diagram of Bismuth at Pressures and Temperatures up to 100000 kg/cm2 and 5000C PERIODICAL: Fizika metal.lov i metallovedeniye, 1961, Vol.11, No.2, pp~215-219 TEXT: The p-T phase diagram for bismuth had been investigated up to 100000 kg/CM2 and 5000C in order to compare the results with other authors. The pressure equipment will be described in a later paper, A bismuth wire.0.5 mm diameter, was placed in a container. The medium for transmitting the pressure was silver chloride which gives a qua,ii-hydrostatic pressure up to high pressures. The sample was heated by an electric current. The pressure in the container was determined from the force developed by the press. The apparatus was calibrated from the known polymorphic transformations of bismuth (24800 and 27000 kg/cm2) thallium (43400 Irg/cm2) and barium (77400 kg/cm2)~ The temperature was determined by the integral nlectrical power received by the wire after establishing that, with constant geometry of the sample Card 1/ 5 20209 S/126/61/011/002/005/025 Phase Diagram of E021/E435 and constant thermal conductivity of the surrounding medium, the temperature of the middle of the sample was linearly proportional to the power and practically did not change with change in specific heat conductivity of the investigated sample or with pressure. This was done using different metale at various pressures. This method gave a temperature measurement with an accuracy of + 5 - 10*C and eliminated the disadvantage of using electrical leads required for other methods of measurement, In the investigations of the phase diagrams of bismuth, polymorphic transformations were detected by means of the rapid changes in the electrical resistance of the sample, The relation between the realstanceL R (ohms) and the power W (watts) received by the sample was established and Fig.4 shows some of the results (WMbKOCMb - liquid, curves 1 to 12 relate to pressures of 28ooo to ioo4OO kg/cm2). From the results a phase diagram was constructed and is given in Fig,5 (dotted line -- data of Bundy; top left of diagrain - "liquid"), The average accuracy of the results was estimated as 2% for both temperature and pressure. The results are in good agreement with those of F.P.Bundy (Ref.6). Card 2/5 40jd~./ Phase Diagram of S/126/61/011/002/005/025 E02.1/13435 4 Soviet and There are 5 figures, 1 table and 9 references 5 non-Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Institut fiziki vysokikh dayleniY (Institute of Physics of High Pressures) SUBMITTED: May 20, 196o Card 3/5 trl~ N 0 0 cli IN, H uN C%l H r-4 CQ "%%0 tn w gm:, IJN 00 ~ o I - zi '000 Z6-11 '.009 ~9-01 :009 9t-# 009 U-9 toOD99-1 *000 09- 9 '000 ZS-S WOO 9~-# :0 00 ,- r :000 ot - t :000 94 -1 :01111avoule #J1111.)h t!lle Xlquhittrad sor iimianom lo mmaw ujuoduwod.L3avG q-10mlo"GuE IIT~ lv&fufDg '41 nI AM AM 91 IIIA rSA IA b. Ad zt Z5 Ooq,~t~- A A '121 0 bO 0 P4 r IIA z IM VOON lim, qafx*~nw At fff WN '2020", Phase Diagrain of ... t Card 5/5 S/126/61/011/002/005/025 E021/E435 cc U "Sk VN 300 , M Mb IV It 1/ 9 # 0 W 11 70 p AIV, A*IY P11C. 5. 0830"S Allarpamma Bi. nyHXTIIPHOA immen noxess -As"llut BfilAll. MOROV, L.T., kand.tekhn.nouk; LEONTOYEVSKIY, B.B.; GILIDENBLAT, YB.D., kand.tekhn.nauk; KORENISTOV, D.V.; ROSSI)ISKIY. K.1., kand.tekhn. nauk; EVZIMIN, I.1., kand.tekhn.nauk; KONDRATSKATA, &.A., inch.; HISAR-MUKHANEDOVA, G.N.. inzh.-.-PANOV'A. G.K,,_inzh.; ROZHDRSTMSKIY. G.L., inch.; SMIXOTMOV, A.S.. Inch.; TSAREVSKIY, S.T., inch.; ZWKOVA. N.Y., inch.; (MISHIN, N.M., retsen2ent; XRITSKIY, S.N., doktor tekhn.neuk, red.; KENMI, M.P., doktor tekhn.nalak, red.; GALAKTIONOV, V.D.. kand.geol.-min.neuk, red.; ZAVALISHIN, I.S., Inzh., red.; MALYMM, N.A.. inch., red.; MIKHAYLOV, A.Y., doktor teklm. nauk, red.; PETROV, G.D., inch,, red,; RAPOPORT, Ta.D., red.; RUSSO. G.A., kqnd.tskhn.neukj glevn" red.; SSVASTITANOV, V.I., inch., red.; TIT0V* SeVs, inzho, red.; TISTROVA, O.N., red.; TARIONOV, G.Te., [Hydrology and water economy of the Volga-Don] Gidrologiia I vodnoe knozlaistvo Volgo-Dons. Pod red. S.N.Kr~'.skogo I X.F.Menkelis. Moskva, Gos.onerg.izd-vo, 1960. 146 p. (MIRA 13:11) 1. Moscow. Vessoyuznyy proyektno-Izysketel'skly I nauchno-issledo- vatel'skiy inatitut "Gidroproyakt" imeni S.Ta.71rak. 2. Daystvitell- nyy chlen Akademii strottelletva I arkhitaktury SSSR (for Grishin). (Don River-Water resources development) - PANOVA, G.T.; STSECRMO, T.Ye.; FMGO, B.A.; SHCHMLIW. D.Ye. ObservatIons of the second artificial earth satellite (1957,6 ) at Station NO.039(Pulkovo). Biul.staoopt.nabl.isk. sput.Zeme nD.6:1-5 159. (NDU 13: 6) 1. Glavnays (Fulkovskcaya) Astronomichoske-ya observatoriya AN SSS% (Artificial satellites-Trucking) 82479 3/035/60/ODO/04/16/017 ADDI/AODI Tranglition. front lReferativrWy 2hurnal, Astroriomlya I Geodeziya, 1960, No. 4, 4- -3393 7 A.VMORS: Panova. 0. V., 4shchanko, T. Ye., Firago, B. A., Shchegolev, D. Ye. TMs.- of the Second -Earth's Artificial SFA011110095 at Station No. 039 (Pulkovo) 7P PERIODICAL?-. Byul. st. optich. nablyudeniya iskusstv. sputnikov Zemli, 1959, No. 6, pp. 1-5 (33ngilsh summary) TEXT: Resulta of observations and processing of photographs taken with two standard cameras are described in detail. Coordinates were determined by the method of A. A. Kiselev and partially by A. N. Deych's method. One "node" point was obtained from one negative relative to which coordinates and time were inter- polated several times. The following factors were taken into accomt: diurnal rotation or the sky, refractional parallax of the sputnik, systematic errors in measuring the edge of the sputnik track, track curvature and sputnik acceleration. Relative time instants were reduced to the standard time of the USSR with k-Ir Card 1/2 IMINENKO, A.A.; PLUZIINIKOV, V.1h.; PANOVA, GON.; SYSMIM0, T.Ye.; -~0, B.A.; SHWEGOLEV, D.Y-e':. ~N- ~IY, A.V., nauchnyy 6otrudnik Results of photographic observations of artificial earth satellites. Biul.sta.opt.nabl.isk.sput.Zem. no.11:20-28 '60. (MIRA 14*12) 1. Nachallnik stantsii nablyudeniya iskusstvennykh sputnikov Zemli NO.031 (for Logvinenko). 2. Nachallnik stantsii nablyudeniy iskus- stvennykh sputnikov Zemli No.60 (for Pluzhnikov). 3. Glavnaya (Pulkovskaya) astronomicheskaya observatoriya AN SSSR (for Panova, .Syshchenko, Firago, Shchegolev). 4. Astronomicheskaya observatoriya Urallskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta (for-Hevel'skiy). (Artificial satellites-Optital observations) (Astronomical photography) PANOVAP G.T.; FIMGO, B.A.; SJIGHEGMXVV D*Ye. Synelwmized observations of the Amwikm satellite xCho -P; preIbdnary results. Biul. eta. opt. nabl. isk. spat. Zem. no.30:3-5 162. (MIRA 16W 1. Glavnaya (Palkovskaya) "tronomichaskaya observatoriya AN SSSR. (Artificial satenites-Traoking) SHUGAM., Y,3,.'A.; ffRGEF, FLTKHAD&, Absor-pt-lon spectre, conii.2tance and Iti ~-nerg_y -,~f saw sal'-cyla!~N-alky.L-Lminatea. Zhur, fl-,.Y. Kh I, r 4 InFtitii~,-, khA nii~-hesktkh reaktivov Vs-esovuzno~-o ne 1~7~ s- sledovat,31'skago institut khimi~.besklkh reaktjv~;a j. o-~c., c h' I s ' -.Ikh kh ~m i P h e ik 1 kh ve shc I ie s t -., isk ov -4 1~ v g n 5avn n), un.'.vers',t-e~ imen~ Lamonisova. I& 010006 M_ ~46 Ai-,. 44w: 1*.'l lot, 77 7 -7 lomo a k ~.hy ~.fu'e 6~,O -no Vs jar .kide or va mei-:-po lon"'of the- dll.,`-:~ I 17 a !m=bei f 11 hatli o a p b 2' he --tetra v ~_et y einediaid- 'b 13y-, y oneblamime O-P e 6bildin-'e'- .9 n b wbite or ones- 9 9~ were 1, b I ---_.,Ao Top o~~_:The St -'b 1* db S' t (W.A.Jlisolublb.. :;,organ b 3. t .~, an Iyauddei'fr6it 291~31MC to' htl:~-'b S -lubi ty ce lit ic~roaS4,t~41i-~ o u iiCi!866-6it M- s renderied taiem lii6~aer anal; 06&n.- 6f or ~,tbioamideo'~., 63=j) -De Itlis-concluadd tha TERENTIM, A.P.; RUKHADZE, Ye.G.; PANOVA, G.V. Four-coordinate chelates vith unequally paired ligands. Dokl. AN SSSR 155 no. 4:872--873 Ap 164. (,MIRA 17:5) mn4kovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet Im. M.V.Lomonosova. 'I'thlen-korrespondent All SSSR (for Terentlyev). odi"' 77- .ACCESSION NA: A14033995 6/0000/63/000/000/0123/0128 AUTHOR: Terentlyev, A. P.; Rukhedze, Ye. Go; Mochalins, 1. Go; Panova, Go V. TITLE: A study of the chalet* polymer series. IX. Polymers of son thicamides :and polythloamides wiXh metals SOURCE: Geterotsepny*ye vy*sokomo1ekuly&rnV*y* soyedinenlys (Heterochain macro- molecular compounds); sbornik statey. Moscow, lzd-vo "Neuka," 1963, 123-128 TOPIC TAGS: chelate compound, polymer, chelate polymer, thloamide, polythioamide, chelate structural property, polymer structure, chelate trans configuration, :chelate cis configuration, polymerization ABSTRACT: A large number of chelate polymers were synthesized by equlmolecular reactions between thioamides or polythioamides of alpha-picoline or 2.6-lutidine in a suitable solvent (dimethylformamide, chloroform, benzene) and methanol solu- tions, of metallic salts (Cu, N1, Zn' Co, Mn). Yields ranged from 39 to 93%. Cal- culated N content from 9.00 to 11.60%, deiemined N content from 8.12 to 1l..89%, respective metal contents from 10-33 to 15.93 and 9.96 to 15.85%. The polymers ob- tained were yellow, green, cinnamon or orange, or In light, dark and reddish shades of these colors. Three types-of chelate structures are Illustrated, the presence of totra- and pentacyclic linkages Is suggested, and the authors discuss %Ard 1/2 k 'ACCESSION*NR*. AT4033995 -the feasibility of trans- and cis-configurations. Orig. art. has: 2 tables and Inumerous chemical formulas. ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy gasudarstvanny*y universitat Im. K. -V. Lomonosova (Moscow State University) SUBMITTED: 31Jul62 DATE AC4-. 30Apr64 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: OC NO REF SOV: 005 OTHER: 001 Lcwd 2/2 TERENTIYEV, A.F.~~ RUFMADZE, Ye,G.; PANOVA, G.V,; VATOROVA, N,,N, Chelate compcunds with optically active ligands. Part 4,- Copper and nickel chelates with bydroxynaphthaldirtine and hydroxyketimlnez. Zhur. ob. khim. 35 no.6:1104-1110 Je 165. (MTRA 18t6NJ 1. M03kovskiy gosudarstverlwjry universitet imeni Lomonosova. S11901621004100410121019 B117/B136 AUTHORSi Terentlyev, A. P., Rukhadze, Ye. G.9 Rode, V. V.,,Panovs, G. V. TITLE- Investigations in chalate polymers. IV. Polymers of 4,41-bis-(ot-thioalkylpyridineamido)diphonylene with metala PERIODICAL: Vysokomolekulyarnyye soyedineniya, v. 4, no. 4, 1962, 566-570 TEXT: Polymers with I;he common structure--.. (Y N \111N I \ / \ =N- \NJ -,N =C N1 S N R H- and CH,-; M Cu 2+ Ni 2+ Zn 2+ Co 2+ were studied. For these com-.-,---i Card 113 . X S/190/62/004/004/012/019 Investigatiom in chelatc polymers ... B1170136 poundep the chelate nodo of which can be written as 2(NpS)-Mt the designa- tion bis-(azathia) polychelate was proposed. From 40t-bia(c~Ahiopicoline_ amido)diphonyl (C 24H18N4.S2, needle-shaped orange arystalso melting point 23800, yield 53%) and 4,4'-bio-(c~-thio-2,6-lutidineamido)diphonyI (C 26H22"4H20 orange red crystals, melting point 2230C, yield 22%, described for the firat time , polychelate polymers were produced having qualitative yield with bi- valent metals at room temperature. Using Debye-Scherrer photographS, the structure of these finely dispersed colored powders wee found to be amorphous Investigation of the heat resistance of bia-(azathia)polychelates showed that their decomposition sets in at about 2000C. Total destruction under formation of metal oxidos, however, began only after 3 hr heating at 800-10000C. Nickel and zinc polychelatoo proved to be more heat-resistant than polymers with coppor and cobalt ions. Polyaholates with the structur mentioned are also chemically stable. Investigation of their spectra showed that tho absorption maxima of bis-(azathia)polychelates are somewhat displaced towards the long-wave range as compared with bis-(azaoxa)- and bis-disoxapolychelates, and that only polymers with zinc ions show weak .luminescence. Magnetochemical investigations gave BOMO information on the Card 2/3 ChO 111 tf- ccfni cunlo I tr. 7, : ~-.Ij v C- iy;, ri J .3 T- t. baso.; alift i, f'! :~L(! Itl te. (~()Ijif~ourjds f ~-wj E-r nickel arlr~j wi th i-Ir. (11). r"'l, JT, . Id Witt. cl ' i(hL base s and e a t~ om,, mind.9 oj,po r, n i ~-h-e I (111" with ~~id. IC) 1c)-M-)4 1~'; Yr'i j a te c: Y,, r-.. i a c'.1 war, J :.. in e p r, 0 cl;eiate compounds -.;io. :~opp.v. nick(,j, Firi(i cot,ult (t,.). m I I ACCESSION NR.- AP4030786 S/0020/64/155/004/0872/0873 AUTHOR: Terentlyev, A. P. (Corresponding member AN SSSR); Rukhadze; Ye. G.; Panova,.G. V. TITLE: Tetra- coordinated chelates with unevenly paired ligands SOURCE: AN SSSR. Doklady*, v. 155, no. 4, 1964, 872-873 TOPIC TAGS: chelate, evenly paired ligand, unevenly paired ligand, salicylal phenylet'hylimine, polarimetric titration, racemic mixture, optically active compound, optically active compound separation, tetra coordinated chelate I ABSTRACT: The possibility of obtaining chelates In which the metal is attached to two different ligands was investigated using compounds of the type A: Ro d=-CH' ICH-~ 2/3 ACCESSION NR : AP4030786 In which R, = Cl-~-and R2 = C6% I C6HCH27 or C6H,CH(CH.,)-;. X-rays showed the products formed were mechanical mixtures of materials with paired ligands R,=R,. Experiments were then run with levo- and dextrorotatory salicylal alpha- phenylethylimine U: OH 00. CHP where the differences in R, and R2 is caused by . their configuration. Polari- metric titration of a solution of mixed 1- and d- salicylal- alpha- phenylethylimine with copper acetate established that a mixture of chelates with evenly paired ligands (in a ratio approximating the I- and d- form of the original amine) was formed in the solution. On crystallization a racemic miAcure precipitated, leaving the solution enriched in the optically active form. Thus the optically active part of the amine may be separated from its racemate by crystallization. Experiments run with big- (alpha- phenylethyldithiocarbamate)- nickel did not give positive results. In the type A compounds, the chelates most favored energeti- cally are those in which R I = R 20 L e. , chelates with evenly paired Ugands. Orig. art. has: 1 table and 2 formulas. Cord..2 13 M ACCESS10N NR: AP4030786 ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy gosudarstvenny*y universitet im. M. V. Lomonosova (MoscowState University) SUBMITTED: 16Nov63 ATD PRESS: 3071 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: Oc, GC NO REF SOV: 000 OTHER: 003 Card 3/3 ACCESSION M: AP4040960 6/0020/6VI56/005/n74/11-77 AUrHM: Tek-entlyev, A. P.; Panom, G. V.; Sbigorin, D. N.; Rukhadze, ye. o. TITLE: EFR spectra~of optically-active chelate compounde of copper with oxyeldimines and wWketimines SOURCE s AN MSR. Uoklady% v. 156, no, 5. 1964* 2.174-1177 TOPIC TAGS: EFR, EFR spectrum, chelate compound, optically-active chelate compound, copper, copper compound, copper-chelate compound, aldimine compound, ketimine ccmpound,, copper-oxyaldimino compound, copper-oxykatimine compound I ABSTRACT: It is a wel2-lmown fact that the degree of delocalization of an-unpaired electron can be studied 4directly by the electron,paramagnetio reaondbee method. 1~enee, one and the same structural peculiarities of molecules can be found in the optical activity and EFR spectra. With this in mind, the authors studied. i.the EFR spectra of the titled chelate compounds of copper. The analysis was carried out an a superheterodyne ZYR spectrrmater with a frequency of 9,455 mes lill'of the compounds in a chloroform solutioi. produce IFR spectra which are !pharacterized by four 31noo of a superfine stru#ure, which orlginate as the Fesult of the.interaotlon of the copper atom's n6clear moment (3~e '~/2) with the Car --j A M: AR4040960 'magnetic spire moment of th unpa ired electron. An additional supeTfine structure 1composed of five lines m0ested itself in the iFR spectra for compounds III"IV and V of the Figure of Enclosure 01. The possibility of disrupting.the molecular coplanerity is the greatest,.with these compounds. The additio#al syperfine l structure did not appear in~. the EPR spectra for 'Compounds I ano III, Yhe, assumption could be made that this is associated',with the ability of chelates I ;and 111, as the more coplanhr, to. fom associateo. Actually,, fhe f6rmation of !associates could lead to the elimination of'the Odditional sup6rfin6 structure owing to the origination of a dipole spin-spin interaction. The presence of the additional hyperfine structure in the II, IV and'V compounds and its absence in the I and III compounds ban only be explained by the 'peculiarities of the molecular structure, especially by the intensive disruption of their coplanarity ;through the introduntion of-the CH3 group instead of the aldehyde group's :,hydrogen atom. Di.-ruption of the coplanarity prod-does an essential influence on the distribution of the electron density of the unpaired electron in the imolecule. Authors conclude that one and the same structural pecularities of the iinvestigated copper chelate compounds, associated with disruption of the molecular 'Coplanarity under the effects of steric factors produce a change in the !compound's optical activity and EPR spectra. "Authors thank N. V. Vereyna and IN. A. Begunova for their help in conducting thr. exporiment,4 Orig. art. has: Q figures. C.-,d ACCESSION NR: AP4040960 SUBMIT=t Mar64 ENOLt 01 SUB CODEs OPP IC NO REF SOV: 007 OTHM t 002 ASSWIATION: ftziko-kbinlcbe6kiy institut im., L. Ya. Kerpova (Pbysico-obemical rhatitute); Mosl~ovaldy Goaudarstvamydim" M. V. 140mosova (Moscow state. Uaiversity) universitet Card :r.P-:n - ;1~1:o ~--: : a., - ~ ~L~ 'I ~ 4. --ii , . ,,-- of. TEREETIMP A.?.; RUK-h=E, Ye.G.; RODE, V.V.; PANOVA, G.V. Chelate polymern. Part 9. Polymours of 4p4'-biB- (c'U-thioalkylpyridinamido)diphenyls with metala. Vysokom. soed. 4 no-4t566-570 Ap 162. (bawl 15:5) 1. Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet imani Lomonosova. (Chelates) P-E N11 If LV A F Inf rarea Lmirles wn'l 0, Fi Zjko-j,~; 7!. C Lt, ~i e, i a r pova 1-6y 1 1 LARIN, G.M.; PANOVA, G.V.j RUKHADZE, Te.G. Eleetron parwmgnatio resonance of copper cmpounds wltb oxyaldinines. Zhur.strukt,khim. 6 no.5t699-705 S-0 165, (MIRA 18t.L2) 1. Inatitut obshchey i neorganicheskoy khimii imeni N.S. Kurnakova AN SSSR I Moskovskiy gosudaretvannyy universitet M.V.IA=onosova. Submitted May 7, 1965. 'The foUowlni( compouncls-:Were SYAMSIZM~1329 J-P-nYarOXjb' Lw- TMNTIYEV, A.P.; RUKHADZEI, Ye.G.; PARIVA, G.V.; MOCILUJIM, I.G. Magremolecular compounds, derivL%Lives of pyridine. Part 2: Thionaides and polythioamides based on some alkyl:pyridines. Vysokem.soed. 5 no. 6:842-845 Je 163. (MIRA 16:9) 1. Moskovskly gosudarstvennyy universitet. im. H.V.Lomeneseva. (Amides) (Polyw.-~ides) (Pyridine) 10 G-V- PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/5575 Akademiya nauk SSSR. Astronomicheskiy sovet. Byulleten' stantsiy opticheskogo nablyudeniya iskusstvennykh sputnikov Zemli, no. 6. (Bulletin of the Stations for Optical Observation of Artificial Earth Satellitea. No. 6) Moscow, 1959. 23 P. 500 copies printed. Sponsoring Agency: Astronomicheskiy sovet Akademii nauk SSSR. Reap. Ed.: Ye. Z. Gindin; Secretary: 0. A. Severnaya. PURPOSE : This bulletin is intended for scient!Bts and englneers concerned with optical tracking of artificial satellites. COVERAGE : The bulletin contains 9 articles which present the results of satellite observations, and describe methods and specific equipment used for photographic observation of earth satellites. An appendix contains a listing of 84 Soviet satel- lit e observation stations with station number. No personalltle~~ Card 1/6 Bulletin of the Stations (Cont.) 5 are mentioned. There are no references. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Panova,, G V T. Ye. Syshahenko, B. A. Firago, and D. le. blicriegolev [Glavnaya (Pulkovakaya) Aotronomiche3kaya cb~ei- vatoriya AN SSSR - Main (Pulkovo) Antronomic Obeervatory of t.hF~ Academy of Sciences of the 'USSR]. Obaervations of Second Artificial Earth Satellite (1957 P) at Station No. 039 (Pulkovn~ (observationB: B. A. Firago, D. D. Folozhentpev, 0. V. Farova., N. H. Bronnikova. Measurementa and Calculatione: T. Ye. G. V. Panova, D. Ye. Shchegolev, B. A. Firago, and T, P. Y-!:;-?- leva) Lengauer, G. G. Main Academy of Sciencen of graphic Determinations lites (Pulkovo) Afitronomic Obaervatory cf the the USSR]. On Methoda for Frecl3e Fhoix.- of the Positions of Artific."al. Earth Satel C ard 2/6 Bulletin of the Stations (Cont.) S07V/5575 Klimenko, I. Ye., and B. D. Fomanko (Stalingradskaya stantaiya nablyudeniya ISZ - Stalingrad Satellite Tracking Station.] On Some Problems in the Method of Satellite Observation Khusainov, S. Kh., and Sh. Karatayev (Stantsiya nablyudeniya ISZ pri Kzyj - Ordinskom goo. pedinatitute - Satellite Tracking Station at the Kzyl - Orda State Pedagogical institute]. Table of the Conversion of Horizontal Coordinates Into Equatorial Co- ordinates Eynasto, Ya., and U. Veysmann (Inatitut fizlki I actronom-11 AN ESSR - Stantsiya nablyudeniya sputnikov pr"A. Tartuakom gos- darstvennom universitete - Institute of Physics and Astronomy of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian Soviet Sociailst. Republl,~. Satellite Tracking Station at Tartu State University). Prelim- inary Results of Using Automatic Recording in Theodolite Satel- lite Observations io Zatsiorskiy, L. M. [Main (PLIkovo) Antroiiomic Observatory]. Mod'Lfi- Card 3/6 Bulletin of the Stations (Cont.) SOV/5575 cation of the NAFA-3s/25 Photographic Camera at Pulkovo Firago, B. A. [ Main (Pulkovo) Astronomic Observatory]. Sjy~~tatn- atical Errors in the Readings of HundredU~4s of Seconds of FrInt- ing Chronographo (21-11 Nos. 001, 011, 045 - 1954:: j,43, 146, ic)q - 1957; 235 - 1958) Romero, 0. [Santiago Astronomic Observatory of the Univer3,ity of Chile). On the Illumination of an Artlf13lal Satal 11 'IV' e Results of Photographic Observations of Artificial Earth SatF-'.- lites ".8 a. Urasin, L. A., L. L. Andriyevskaya, L. K. Kj-11kc-va, ano" Kh. Shakirova [Astronomicheokaya observatoriya Im. Engel'- gar~fta,, K=mL-LALTrnardc Ubsserve,,-rrj~ ~Pnei,2,- Z-e-al Lgardt Ka2an b. Kalikhevich, F. F., and T. Ya. Ivakina [Nikolayevakoye otdelenlye GAO AN SSSR - Nikolayevsk DeDartment of the Main Astronomical Observatory of the Acadeniy of S-.ienees Card 4A Bulletin of the Stations (Cont.) S071/5575 of the USSR] 19 c. Kalikh'evich, F. F. Corrections of the Universal Time of Photographic Satellite Observations in the Above Depart- ment, Published in the Bulletin of Cotical Satellite Trackin& Stations No. 2 20 d. Klimishin' 1. A. LHead of the Tracking Station of the Astronomical Observatory of the LIvov State University imeni 1. Franko] (Astronomicheskaya observatoriy~t LIvovskogo gosuniversiteta Im. I. Franko. Astronomic Observatory of LIvov UnAversity im. 1. Franko](Methods used: Deych and Kayzer. Observers: h. F. Vavrinyuk, I. V. Shpichka, L. F. Lutsiv-Shumskiy, Measurements: A. A. ~j Kopystyanskiy, and L. F. Lutsiv-Shumskiy.) - e. Bratiyahuk, M. V. [Head of the Tracking Station, Uzhgorod State University) [Uzhgorodskiy gosuniversitet - Uzh- gorod University.] (Calculator: Shvalagin) 22 f. Russo, Yu. D., and P. I. Chuprina. Odessa Astronomical Observatory. (Methods used: Deych and Tsesevich. Ob- server: V. V. Grek) 23 Card 5/6 Bulletin of the Stations (Cont.) SOV/5575 APPENDIXES I. Artificial earth satellite observations by saviet stations II. Artificial earth satellite observations by stations abroad AVAILABLE: Librany of Congress AC//dw7r,./ 1w Card 6/6 1 1 - '. J. - - - YUDINA, V., instruktor;.~A~,Lp instruktor Genuine,, businena-Me patronage. ZhIL-kom. khoz. n.-no.7sl2_13 JI I fij,~~ (MIRA 14s 7) 1. TSentrallngy komitet profsoyuza rabochikh mestnoy promyshlermostj i ko=mnallno khozyaystva,, g. Krasnodar. rKr'a'snodar Territory-Municipal serfi,-es) aw -a, --Pan-o-v,a' -1.1 no- BOMWAp,-Y9.rjP&; VOMODUVA-.* Te~M.; ZAUTER,.V.V&;.KOLITSGVA, T,T&; KRUCHXKIN&,. N.Y..; MAMNUVA, Z,;I,;.PAKUVA ~~Obll FmOVSKhlAV I-MV; RCMANMSKAU., G.M.; SEDPVA, ";-'STELIMAK, N.K.; UBA,CHNIKOVAO I.F. [A*Us of lower Cretaceous spore And pollen complexee of some regions of the U~S.S,R*) Ataas mi0wrielowykh oporovo-pylltsev7kh kampleksoy nekotce7kh rkiwwv SSSIR-. Moskva, Nedra, 1964. 551 p. (leningrad.. Vsesoiuznyi geologicheskii. institut. TrAy, vol.124) (MIRA 1819) lo Vessoyummyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy goologicheskiy insti- tut (for Boytsova,, Kolitsova, Kruchinins, Panom, Pokrovskaya, Ramanorskaya, Sedova,, Stellmak, Tabachnikova). 2. UmIlakoys pologicheskoys upmvleniya (for Martynom). 3. Severo-Vostoch- noys, geologicheskays upravleniye (for Vopyodova). 4. I'enin.- gradskiy filial Yeemoyumcgo ordene. Uniza prqpktno-izyskatel'- skogo i nauchno-issledovatellskogo instituts. in. Z.Ya. Zbuka (for Zauyer). V_7.; -It a r.-.~ F a ~, s. -.ions of 7~ ins ". geol . j p." - ., ~ Z. .- -.:, - :-, %,. I-er' at-` ~S -,A,- ~=_ . , .. _.- . 1( der Irl :r7in 7a' _-7. - . - 1 7' ~-! ~ Ol z3SSR rf~_ --! li~ . d~171-:, l-. &GRANOVSUyA, I.A.; ALyUSHINSKIy, yu.A.; ASAVan, Tej.; BDYTSDVA, Ye.r.; BOCHARRIKOVA. A.D.; VOYZVODDYA. Ye.; GROMOVI, ff-S-; UUY3M, V-V-; MRTYNOVA, Z.I.; MQYA,-"A - J'OKROVSXAYA, I.M.; EMMYSKAYA, G-R.; SADOVA, M.A.; STIMIMAK. N.N."; ZUUIU, S.L.; 11DILISHTM, L.I. [deceased]; RMUSHIN, V.A.i (Atlas of upper Cretaceous, Phleocene and Xboane spore and pollen complexes In certain regions of the U.S.S.R.] Atlas verkhnomelovykh, paleoteenovylth I sotsenobykh sporovo-pylltsevykh komplelmov nekotorykh raionov SSSR. Leningrad. 1960, 574 p. (LeniWad. Veesoi=nyi geologi- cheskit institut. %~udY, vol-30). (MIRA 13:10) 1. Voesoyuznn nauchno-issledovateltakiy geologicheskiy institut Ministerstva geologil i okhrany nedr SSSR (for Alyushinskiy, Asatkina, Boyteova, Gromova, Panova, Pokrovskaya, Romanovskaya, Sedova,Stelimak, Xllshteyn). 2. Ural'skoye geologicheskoye upravleniye Ministerstva geologli I okhrany nedr SSSR (for Agranovelmya, BDcharnikova, Marty- nova)* 3o Severo-7Vostochnove geologicheskoye upravleniye Ministerstva geDlogii I okhrany nedr SSSR (for Voyevodova, Khayldna). 4. Ienin- gradskly filial Gidroproyekta Ministeretva elektrostantsiy (for Zauyer). (Falynology) PAA16'V4 L Jb PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SO`V/4 157 Akademiya nauk SSSR. Vychislitellnyy tsentr Sbornik standartnykh I b1povykh programm dlya BESM (Collection of Standard'and Typical Programs for the BESM [High-Speed Electronic Computerj). Moscow, 1960. 73 P. Errata slip inserted. 5,000 copies printed. Reap. Ed.: V.M. Kurochkin, Candidate of Physics and Mathematics; Ed. of Publishing House: M.V. Yakovkin; Tech. Ed.: I.F. Kuzlmdn. PURPOSE: This book is intended for digital computer programmers. COVERAGE: The book is a collection of 10 articles giving 10 programs for the solution of various mathematical and numerical problems using the BESM (High-Speed Electronic Computer). No personalities are mentioned. There are no references. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Panova, L.D. Program for Printing Out Linear Parts 3 Card 1/3 Collection of Standart] (Cont,) SCJV/*4-157 Neygauz, M.G. Computing a Determinant 11 Demkov, Yu*N., and R.V. Senyukov. Program for the Solution of a System of Linear Equations by the Exclusion Method With a Selection of the Principal Element 17 Yershov, A.P. Matrix Inversion 21 Chaykovskaya, E.N. Quadratic Interpolation by Newton's Formula With Difference Quotients 27 Chaykovslmya, :9.N. Cubic Interpolation by Newton's Formula With Difference Quotients 30 Faletova, A.Ya. M.L. Chebyshev's Method for Computing the Coef- ficients of an Approximating Polynomial by the Method of Least Squares 33 Sragovich, A.I. Program for the Interpolation of a System of Or- dinhry. Differeptial Equations by the Runge-Kutta Method With Auto- matic Step Selection 39 Card 2/3 Collection of Standard (Cont.) SOV/4157 Korolev, L.N. Main Program for Computing With Complex Values 45 Voytishek, V.V. Program for Double Precision Arithmetic 55 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 3/3 A(, 3/rn/jb 8-22-60 IzAi..LVA, L. j. Fax ic-~`oss a (k a rF-, I L4, c.- zc,~t -1 c ~l ~~,epL-e~ ) , 1. . - ; PANOVA, L. G lla%ioliasis of aGricultural animals" Moscow-Leningrad. Sellkhozgiz, 1951. 108 pages with illustrationp. ie Sot t . , $; The- ~~-iif th6l- ~ic4uat"b---tbe-reiadbriq With the iigerlU 6f f"Cildli"Dvi -of 4grT661tiift! -- aMi"16 with the -path6pnesi a kml 'pathological watony., with the cl-Inic db4obilb and epizoioU6169-y''of the i3lness and he also indicated the measures of the fight against it, PUFRHvn 40 * 0 0 q 0 41 0 4D q q C,.j C AT ~ --'G 0 fLf Se 1 Lal T- j F~ e --, -' S. 1/ 0 ABS. joUR. i RZhBlol-, No. 37 1959, NO- 121 C, olr~. Pul". 7" w3t v:,U. A B -~ T RA CT" t rin --i ry USSR/Zooparasitology - Parasitic Worms. G Abs Jo~-r Ref Liur Biol., No 1, 1959, 955 Av.t', or Gol-bev, N.F,P-a~~ List Le: i-iyad Scie-tific Researcli L.stitute of Veteri-ary Medicie. Title Biojor~ of the Age.ft of Dictyocauiosis iii Sheep i.. Lei:i.- [Xadskar- O'blast I Ori_ Pub Sb. tr. Le-LiL~x. n.-i. vet. in-t, 1957, VYP- 7, 1.58-166 ,^.bstract Me develop,.-.iont of larvae -.--p to t1lie Lvasioi- stage co.--til. e i.. this D)2-ast' d -ring the e-tire pasti ri.--,, seaso'.1. The best coi'.dit1.o-.Is for developnent of the larvae exist i ', JiO.y-August. The Livadi..g iarvae rc--- mi- viable 'aider the s.iow for the e~.tire winter period, a:-d t'ie ~io- -Lavadiir, Larvae die. Card 1/1 PANOVA, L. G. Opyt Vnedreniya Kmpleksnogo hetoda Bor'by a Fastsiolezon Ovets V Praktiku Kolkhozoy Tikhvinakogo.Rayona Leniiigradskoy Oblasti, '"Works on Belminthology" on the 75th Birtbday of K. 1. Skryabin, Izdat, Akad. Nauk, SSSA, Mo3kva, p. 483 Leningrad Sol. Res. Veterinary Inst. FANOVA, L. G. "I [Distomatosis in farm animals] Fastsiolez sellskokhoziaistvenn7kh zhivotnykh. Moskva, Gos. Izd-vo Belkhoz. lit-ry, 19,55. 32 P. (Distomatosis) (MIRA 9:9) TSION, Robert Adollfovich; PAPOVA, Lidiya Grigorlyevna3 POU!IOV, F.Ya... red. [Sheep diseasesl Bolezni ovets. 2., perer. i dop. Iscl. Le- ningrad, Kolos, 1964. 96 p. (MlhA 18:3) .71 MUMMA, L.A.; PANDVA, L.MS; POPOV9 L.Te.; SURBOVAROV, V.F. Effect of various atorle defects on the kinetics of the formation of the K-state in nickel-molybdenum alloys. metkuovfd. 15 no.3:451-455 Mr 163. (MM l6j4) 1. Sibirskiy fisiko-tekhniebaskiy institut. (Nickel-molybdenum a1loys.-Thermal properties) e 4: a ac 8---~on-' h~6 kj3ieti I 73U ~j ball 4d M 6v :'~~sti -Th a ~--reS StMV3. ~bj q4 ea~c e ---- -- -- - - .4~ 6 - /015A)M 3 T- 9ara. ure-T epen, e ..rxc "tirih iii ed: ~~61;66 X OSUA fj= a aU, ng em1pera cUrve, P-Urveo- -~-~ispeq en- hat. .chid iow-~, orma on. o e -was, -Id'- o, 'e1 - at -.All, In co '~-WOr4 ed ea Men. Sr r' -0%i uc :t~e, actin, e 1.17-; 71'. A- 1, t a t, V-w o ;--tow- t ~id-, m e t u 6W~it or, i4 -i 7~ iff-e-, en bse-~48k'e awn th. ourv4g~,, 8/020/62/142/001/013/021 B1 04/B1 02 AUTHORS: Popov, L. Ye., Karpovp G. I~q Panova, L. M., and Pleshkov, A. V. TITLE: Formation of the K-state in cold-worked chrome-nickel alloys PBRIODICALt Akedemiya nauk SSSR. Doklady, v. 142, no. 1, 1962, 72-74 TEXT: The variations in electrical resistance and volume of cold-worked wire (2.2 mm in diameter) of a nickel alloy (16.6% Orl 0,34% Si; 0.014% C; 0.03% 51 0.4% Fe) were investigated at different annealing temperatures. The samples were heated to IOOOOC and quenched in water, and their diameters were then reduced to 1 am. The electrical resistance dropped by 10~ owing to destruction of the K-etate. Subsequently, the samples were annealed for 109 21, and 90 min at 20-6000Cintervals of 25'C. The variations in electrical resistance and length (1pig. 1 are divided into three tempera- ture r&ngsot 1: 20-1200C1 11: 120-420 Cj III:t > 4200C. In range 19 the changes in lattice parameterej leading to the formation of the K-state; are small. The volume is changed by the elimination of lattice defects. In range II, the activation energy U required for the motion of defects Card 1/3 7ormatior. of the R-state in ... S/020/62/142/001/013/021 B104/BI02 leading to the formation of the K-state almost equals that of the hardened alloy. This stage is associated with the motion of vacancies. For the range 11 U w 1-56 + 0.13 ev. In range III, the sharp increase in activa- tion energy with zTeing temperature is due to the increasing influence of thermal vacancies. The activation energy In range I is about half as high as in rang* 11 (0-77-0-85 ev) and is Close to the migration energy of dislocated atoms in nickel. There are 3 figures and 20 references: 6 Soviet and 14 non-Soviet. The four most recent references to English- language publications read as follows: I. A. Brinkman, C. E. Dixon, C. I. Meschan, Acta Met., 12, 38 (1954)1 R. A. Dugdale, Phil. Nag., .1, 597 (1956), Go R. Piercy, Phil. iag., ~, no- 51y 201 (1960); L. No ClLrebroughp No Go Hargreaves, No H. Loretto, Go W. West, Acts, Metallurgica~ 8j no. 11, 797 (1960). ASSOCIATIOZ; Sibirskiy fiziko-tekhnicheskiy institut pri Tomakom gosudarstvennon universitete im. V. V. Kuybysheva (Siberian Physicotechnioal Institute at the Tomsk State University imeni V. V. Kuybyshev) PRIISXN?n: July 20, 1961, by Go V, Xurdyumov, Academician Card 2/3 . . , ~ 7 -, t1l: -1,,. . I I -, ~ A - I . POPOV,, L.Ye.; KARPOV,, G.I.; PANOVA,_L.M. Spectrum of atomic defects participating in the formation-of phort-range order in nickel~-chronium alloysto Ukr. fize zhur. 8 no.2:2-26-232 F 163. (MIU 16:2) 1. Sibirskiy fiziko-tekhnicheskiy inBtitut AM SSSRJI TomWkq,. (Nickel".chromium a.Uoys) (CrystalP--L*Ahq) BARANOV, A.F.,; MAROCHKINA, I.A., vrach; XONOPIKHIVA, T.A.J. vrach; KOLOKOLOVA, kand.mednauk; YAK31,010, O.V., kcand. med.nauk Treatment of onychomycoses with kamtolytic and fungicidal plasters. Vestederm.i ven, no.1:65-67 62. (MIRA 15:1) 1. Ilik-ologichkoye otdeleniye Moskovskoy gorodekoy bollnitsy Wo.23 imeni Medsantrud (for Marochkina, Kmonikhina). 2. Poli- klinika No.1 Hinisterstva adravookhraneniya RSFSR (for Kolokolova). 3. TSfttra:Llnaya poliklinika No.1 Ministerstva oboroty SSSR (for Yaklmenko). 4. TSentrallnaya poliklinika Fo.1 Ministerstva zdravookbraneniya RSFSR (for Fanova). (MmATOkyCosis) (NAILS (.A11AT014Y)-DISEASES) (PLASTERS (PHARMACY)) POPOV, L.Ye.; KARPOV, G.I.; PANOVA, L.M.; PLESHKOV, A.V. Mechanism of K-state formation in cold-deformed adakel-chr ' alloys. DoRl. AN MR 142 no.1:72-74 Ja 162. (MIRA 14:12) 1. Sibirskiy fiziko-tekhnicheakiy institut pri Tomskom- gosudarstvennom universitete in. V.V. Huybysheva. Predstavleno akedemikom G.V. Kurdymovyn. (Deformations (Mechanics)) (Nickel-chromium alloya--Electric properties) F, n5 0 ~,Otomll -c- --do f act L ACCESSION- NR#'. AP3DO1695 S/~126/63/015/OD5/0703/0709 AUTHDRS: Sukh varov, V.F.; Popov, LeYe; Karavaveya2N.Vp; Panova, L.Mj Kharlove, R.P-; MA229ni M- B- TITLEt Investigation of the atomic redistribution, process In NI + 10 at*% Mo alloy SOURCE: Fizika metallov I metallovedeniyep v. 15, n6. 5. 19631, 703-709 TOPIC TAGSt atomic redistributions Ni-Mo alloys r4ckel-molybdenum alloy The thermal capacity and electrical resistivity of the allo 10 A smeasured in studying formation of the K-state and its influeice on the mechanical properties of the alloy. It is believed that short-range order for- mation is the necessary condition for K-state oylgine The alloy was a hOMD-', geneous.solid solution, the thermal treatment Wh ch caused a variation in the idegree of the short-range order. The difference between Ni and Mo atomic radii affects the activation energy of the formation and movement of vacancies which bring about the formation of K-stateo A continuous heating of the specimen showed an uninterrupted increase in thermal capacity up to 3300C. At this point Lj 552,63- ACCESSION NRt AP3DO1695 detrease began and lasted to 3900. This phenomenon is explained by formation i o.f the K-state and by its subsequent destruction at 400C where the thermal capacity resumed its increase. The tests showed that formation of K-state increases the magnitude of electrical resistivity* "We express our sincere appreciation to Professor Me A. Bollah;3nina for drawing our attention to the Ni-N% system and to Engineer L.K. Novikova for the hydrogen annealiLl 6f the samples". Orig, art hast 1 5 figures. ASSOCIATIONt Sibirskiy fiziko-tekhnicheskiy nauchno-issledovatellskly institut 11 .(Sihprian Ehysicotachn4cal Scientific Research Institute) SUBMITTEDs (Y7Jul62 DATE ACQt llJul63 ENM 1 00 1. SUBICOM NIL ND REF SM 020 OTHERs 015 COM 2/2 ARIYEVICH, AALSPWA,-I.M.; FROLOVA, O.N. Sulsen soap. Med.prom. 25 no.9:J+6 S 162. (1141, U 14: 9) 1. TSentrallnyy kozhno-veneroXogicheskiy institut, TSentrallnaya poliklinike i poliklinika No.I Ministeretwa zdravookbraneniya I-SnR. (SELENIUM SULFIDE--THEMPEUTIC USE) (SFMACEOUS GlAIMS-DISFASES) BAROCHINA, B.Ya.; KATUSHKIN, V.P.; MINSTER, V.Sh.; PITINOVA, L.V.; RANOVA, L.N.; TRUSOVA, T.N. Testing of a unit for the recovery of carbon disulfide. Khim. volok. no.4:69-73 163. (MIRA 16:8) 1. Veasoyuznyy nauchno-issiedovatellskiy institut iskusst- vennogo volokna. (for Barocbina, Katusbkin, Minster). 2. Kalininskiy kombinat iskusstvennogo volokna (for Pitinova, Panova, Trusova). ZMKOVP I.F.; KOLESNIKOV, E.I.; NIVIN, P.I.; PANOVA, L.N. Selecting the activated carbon for the adsorption of carbon disulfide from the air of viscose manufacture under 'fluidized bed" conditions. Xhim. volok. no.2:57-62 16,4. (MIRA 17:5) 1. GosudarBtvennyy nauchno-isaledovatellskiy institut po pronyshlennoy i sanitarnoy ochistke gazov (for Zemkov, Kolesnikov). PANOVA, L.N. I SUKHDLIT, A. Yu, Determinstlon of the average degree of pol~nwrlzatlon of cellulose and of Its fmotloml content under plant laboratory condItIons. nin.volok. no-5,.69-70,160. (MM 13:12) 1. MeatrallmWa 2modsitaya laboratorlyn Xalininakogo komblasta. (Celiviose) (Polymerization) )MJCBM,, V.P.;-PANDVA.- L.N. ---- Theory ef the chromatographic romoval of electrolyte ImMities from salt solutions. Trudy YGU 49:71-77 158. OnA 13-5) (Baits) (zlectelytes) (Chromatographic analysis) .HUBIEINA, A.I.;-PAP~x Causes of bright end dull lusters of viscose e ilk. Khim.volok. no.5:73-74 159. (MIRA 13:4) 1. Kalininskly kombinat. (Rayon)