Document Type: 
Document Number (FOIA) /ESDN (CREST): 
Release Decision: 
Original Classification: 
Document Page Count: 
Document Creation Date: 
January 3, 2017
Document Release Date: 
June 21, 2000
Sequence Number: 
Case Number: 
Publication Date: 
December 31, 1967
Content Type: 
PDF icon CIA-RDP86-00513R001239420016-3.pdf3.7 MB
IL 492P3-65 JACCESSION. n: AP5012371 7. aistbnce equal to 15 a- very sharp increase of nonradlative recombination two (SiOZ)2 probability begins. An increase of nonradiative recombination begins if -tetrahedra are placed between two neighboring Nd3+ ions. Since at such a distance. any essential overlapping of wave functions is improbable, such mechanisms of transfer of excitattion ener~,y associated with a fluorescence quenching (e.g., 41 "41) 942 + I Dmust be taken int(5. consideration. A statistical ~F ?~f ~j .1 di's butio*n T value (decayS~2ime) demonstrates a statistical distribution of Nd3+--Nd3+ distances and shows a relatively high homogeneity of th& spatial distribu- tion of neodymium, the lowest detectable distance being only about 10% smaller thane tbe"average. one, -and the higliest-being about 30% higher than the average 'value, Orig. art. has: 3 formulas, 13 figures, and 7 tables. [,JAI ch- - I- - --Acadew of -Sc~encee Prague- ASSOCIATION Inatitute of Physicsi zec o9 ovak SEMMITTEM: ~' .1 ,,ODE--- ENCL: - - -00 S LIB 011M 1 022. no W.Bov.. 010.1 ATD PRWS t 3250,:. 2 2 f PATF.K, Karel ( Prb i --3 .) r~,, rt. . - . - .7 1 '.-f T. . ' . . . -- : , . r ~ . , : . *. . , 7.. 1 flo,.roi v ",jt I. , ; ~ " . - - , 4 . . , .~ ;, - . .. I ... -L-15238-65- TwWJ)/?_-,A(k)/ IF-BD/FWrf kl) /rFr, TWA nb-- ~Pf-4/Pi44/Pl-4/1~-i-4/Po-J-i/Pab ACCESMON fiRt 04044605 Zv1OO2EV6,VOO0/0OA1O2DVO= AUTHORt Patek,, Ke"l (Prague) TITLEs Lasers w )d the present state of the art SOURCEt Pokrolky matwztikvp fraiky a astronomiep no- 4j, 1964, 205-222 TOPIC TAGSs laser,, cohsrent 3-ightp.solid state laser, gas laserp semiconduotor laser This p,,digogical article discusses the theoretical principle of opora-_ ABSTRACT: tion of lasers and explains how they differ from other light sources. The theory and operation of solid-state (crystal)p gas# and semiconductor lasers a" analyzod and the present state of laser research is roviewed at some length. It in pointed out that lasers# far from being the object of basic research that they were in the-years-1960-62., have become tools in their-technical applicationg ao vell as in their application in physics. __ _. Tha - progreas made to date in laser toobniqu.9 is a research is surveyed* Orig.- summed up,, and the laser as an instrvwnt in phia.0 art, bast 16 figures aiA 5 forsm1as. .Card 1/2. HAIJPTMANOVA, K.; PANTT0FLICEK,.7.; PATEK,K. Optical and laminiescerce ProFertias of the glass activated by neodymium. . 14 no.9:69' "06 '64. Chekhosl fiz zhurnal C~- 1. Institute of PI,ygirs, Czechoslovak Acadairy of Pr&gu9 8, Lumumbova 11 FaciAty of' Physics, Charles 11nive:,olty, Prague 2, Ke Karlovu 5. ACCESSION NR: AP4042321 Z/0037/64/000/004/0394/0396 AUTHOR: Patek, Karel TITLEt Seminar on quantum generators of light SOURCE: Ceskoslovensky casopis pro fysiku, no. 4, 1964, 394-396 TOPIC TAGSt laser, laser application, laser theory, laser material ABSTRACT: During the week of 3--8 February a seminar on lasers was held in Liblice. It was organized by the Physics Institute of the CSAV under the auspicei of.JCMF and in conjunction with UPT CSAV in Brno. The purpose of the seminar was to'acquaint those studying lasers or their applications with the basic information on quantum generators, and discuss the present state of laser research and future tasks. The seminar was attended by 71 participants and a smaller number of guests who attended specific lectures. WorkeKs of nine research institutions reported on the progress of their work. .1/4. Card ACCESSION NR: AP4042321 The actual program consisted of 15 lectures. In an introductory Ilecture, K. Patek, ScC. (FU CSAV, Prague) summarized the basic in- formation on lasers and their new physical and technical possibili- ;ties. Engineer 1. Stol',la (FJTF, Prague) discussed the inversion of quantum levels, methods of obtaining inversion, ahd the kinetics l of quantum transitions in current installations v;ithtwo, three, iai0a more levels. Corresponding Member of CSAV, M. Trlifaie (FU iC$AV, Prague) presented fundamental methods for solving Schroedinger's equation for a many-electron atom. Professor B. Havelka (Palacki University, Olomouc) discussed the main types of optical resonators ~of quantum generators and their relative merits. Engineer V. BocXa AUPT CSAV, Brno) discussed the use of a Fabry-Perot interferometer for the study of the monochromatic radiati7on of the laser. Engineer D. Vavrouch (UPT CSAV,.Brno) discussed the main types of constant- phase lasers. E. Podskalsky, SbC. (VUVET, Prague) spoke of xe*non dis- charges for lasers. The next two lectures (Engineer V. Xment, Association of Chemistry and Hining, Ustni n. L. and EnVineer J. 2A ACCESSION NR: AP4042321 Jindra, VUM, Turnov) were devoted to the growing of single crystals for lasers. Engineer F. Petru (UPT CSAV, Brno) spoke about the, parameters of gas lasers'from, the theor6tical-optics and technical point of view. Engineer Zd. Vesela spoke about active substances of gas lasers from the spectroscopic point of view. These lec- tures included results of experiments on the Ne-He gas laser. Physics candidate T. Peceny (VUST, Prague) lectured on the theory of the semiconductor laser. Physics candidate T. Simecka (UFPL CSAV) presented results of experiments on semiconductor lasers. The last two lectures were devoted to laser physics and were delivered by .A. Fouskova ScC. (FU CSAVs Prague) and by Engineer J. Blahla. The future tasks of laser research were discussed. The most qrgent task was found to be the beginning of small-scale production, .of the developed types of lasers so that samples of Czech lasers could be exhibited at the BVV in 1964. Thid refers to ruby and gas Jasers. It was found unfortunate that no researcher had antage of the ready aVailability in.Czechoslovakia of good-quality Card 3/4 ACCESSION UR: AP4042321 !gallium arsenide singli crystals. It wds reco=nend~d that along ;with the existing coordination of CSAV, a main workshop "Quantum iGenerators" should alaq be establishod at VUVET Prague for tasks ..under the jurisdiction of SKVT; institutes of CSAV should also be rrepresented in it. This -seminar will be followed by a second part devoted to laser applipations, organize4 by UPT CSAV, BjZno. ASSOCIATIONs None itUMITrEDs* 261Peb64 ENCLz 00 !'SUB CODE:. OP NR REF SOV:- 000 OTHERs 000 Ll 4/4 .Cord;', iElf--~-,~"--,~- -j-A-1101601:-6 BSD/ASD(d 11R.- AP4041660 --AUMCA4 -ftWk Trjt"~I . . .. .............0 'Au ;-"U3Y *Z(V 25- 7 j0% --13M Ammem -UeodNwxmI t9ri Ave Irwri*1 te Wave --I"IA arA UUW field Ute, vAn' W- !bSOX7U,= 'C,=d tari-I ab cxvU o L on ape tru sollam, 1wer WIt, at the FU- CSjjv-. witrul cwaututax the ectlve couter The devic6 -*us des.1ped -to be .8a MIYOriua va pwsiblA.. to vptWe with &U UW materialn Ftt bud frcm !Woh it U P=ibla. to =)m a xmcn audm-av' tube,, to operate at rom ten- Peraturej at liwdd uitrorl-n tI=vei-&vj" MWK), VJA in Cft-ta~ =-es et liquid bydrWn twpra-twa POOK)o . Ze generat-ad to soldh InnJua a tho xq-1 Tvjgj- M Of.,tbs tiptabmm- to 19,200 ma. OtSm-vLutuNd em"01 f, Mrst m vW gabMted or the 1 gIAAs,-rO& Ocatainins -3AX4 wos~nexm iu tho rd xRt ._,~#%M*i666 #3 -Stafti vyzkmmy ustav sklarsky rourin of S, lud=scent centers, sefie IV the eaxft Institirte 1, -to the zecessary higb tolermms (Stated nes ~Ibr Glass) md gro=d I~r the lAbomtor.. oytMW CMV MtUs labmatory of !ht Stimulated =issica of emission line vavelevr-h IRX ria vas 03700 gbneiiLtid at MD.= tem- Parature * For . a dlag= ot tbo - origital generator: (see Fig. I of Snc1cm=-_). -ccaim =14da cathob soxmitive in the ret. The 7;hotcmultiplier meo a silim to war infm-ed s2eatral regim (sensitivity threshold of the cetbocle iB ex 1- 200- m). -. By. remoVjmg em-er-15- and prim- 11 it-An pwasible to foUcv the emerging U&t ray wA to "far field" end, "near fIelWI 1hotogralt the emissitn intensity Ustribution. As the available discharge tubo jwMed --an au -r 20 t o =suitable, a special tube U vbich in cl.,signed to hold xenca unde U at Westure and. features electrodes better able to vithstand the Peak -3OXg cWnvnt (frcm 3 to 5 ht). As its cniasion spectrum ewers the vhole regim of ultravidletradiaticn -this--discharge tule -to stdUbls for materials vith =mw abscrytion bands such as laser vaterials vith trimunt i rM ewtho as actAvatme, The enera of- the 4*acrIbtA ttibe reachois 1, 600 j Mie *dbe requires. tUrU= im3rovenent since the ewrgy efficiency of Ithe ';W>o k is in Le case et the best tuban of thia trA is ally in, cav~~m Wit'l Xrobu*46 71z6 -aboarptim sparnm *f- the glue &on a umabe-r of xv1stly0ty Card 0. L 10601-65 AOUMSICIN ORS A 1 01 Deal of Imera I - BlUptical chmftr vith ref lneftug Izoide wall* 2 - xtn'cn UschArge tube; 3 - cuariTut Uads to discharge t0a 4 - rol of neal3maiLmr- p gles s or cmtul; coolirg iwj3aft; 6 - Dmfur vessel with Iii1pid nitrogen; 7 - vu treaeform- er igniting the. dischwge tabe; photc- electria matiplier reXating tie brigbim-esa cbm-atteriatia of the dluebwV tuba; 9 - Woo; 10 - color filter W 7; U - pt,~ um; 12 - Itoto electric multiplier repeatizig tlvB emissica abaracteristic of tba glasp rody. 13 k - fTrMea filter; - 14 - repeater of' the rhotoalaa- trio amt6rj 15 Go"r, ard L- 24325-6 EWT(1)/EWP(e)/8WT(m)j,', WP(0/9EG(b)-2/8W P-q-4 UP (0 5 . . ....... P(Ib- ACCESSION RRs AAW34 z/bo55/64/o14/0O9/060/0T06 AVMORt Hatwtmanoval No; Pantoflicaks, J,; P& MM 3 07ldcai and knineocence Vr dum-eativated glass I~o,of w2jj!_ GOUXMs ChekhoolamtskLy fieldhookiy zburnalp ve 24..*Uo- 9j. IA.. 698-706 TOPIC SM t activated barium- glass# Reodymium., spectrum,, absoryticm capability laser design, luminescence kinetics isses activ AWTRACT: nw authwo investigated the properties of barign g3z ated vith neod*dvou to detemine their ouitabili for usi-iii measuredl V the emIssim spectrum,, the light absorptloWand the luminescence kLnetics as temverature tunotions, From the obtained the thmahold of the stima- lated emiosion, vas determinede The spectrm of lTd3+-.ic'ns in the glass VUS in- Urpreted froat that of a free- NO+. - The -effect, of - lucressing the Wd content and, other possible changea to ImIrove the absorption capability are discuasede The 1wer design and the application of -the Ifivestigated -glass -in the 1aser technique are also describ4do The author believes that the possibilities of lawoving Vw quality of the Investigated glue am w(hawted as Par as the WINM. Hiscayalaw; PATNIM, Jeray; YILIVXX, Helena 11~~ Blood lipoproteins in malt'ip-le sclerosis. lieur. &c. t)olBka 7 no.6: 23-32 Nov-Dee 57. 1. Z niniki Neurologiaznej A. M. w Posmniu Iterownik: prof. dr A. Dowzenko. i z Zakladu Cheinil Fizjologicznej A. H. w Poznwniu. Kierown1k: Prof. dr Z. Stolzmann. Adres: Poznan, u1 Garbary 40 m. (MULTIPLIC SCLVMIS, blood in liDoproteins, determ. (Pol)) (LIPOPROTEINS, in blood in multiple sclerosis (Pol)) WIN13R, Kieczyslaw; 2:!!.!a,,.,je - ~~J~LIFAK, Helena 'u. ~ Blood proteins In multiple sclerosis. Neur. &c. nolska 7 ao.6: 913-922 Nov-Dec 57. 1. Z Kliniki NeuroloOcznej A. M. W P02nanlu Kierown1k: prof. dr A. D0W2enk0 i z Zakladu Chemii Fizjologicznej A. M. w Poznaniu. Kierownik: 'orof. dr Z. Stolzmann. Adres: Poznan, ul. Garbary 40. m. 5. (MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS, blood in pTotein determ. (Pol)) (BLOOD PRONINS, In various die. multiple sclerosis (Pol)) WJSM, Mieczyslaw; PATRISKIJerzy; FILIPEK, Helena Changes in b ood protein value in tuberculous enceDhalomeningiti-s. Grazlica 25 no-3:1;;:208 Mar 57. 1. Z Kliniki, Neurologicznej A.P. w Poznaniu Kierownik: prof. dr A. Doweako i z Zakladu Chemil Fizjrlogicznej A.M. w Pbznaniu Kierownik: prof. dr Z. Stolzmann. (TUBERCULOSIS, WINGFAL. blood in proteins in encephalomeningitis (Pol)) KTDBIA, Adolf ; PATBJDL, Zdene)r Dermatoses after nettle rash. Gas. lek. cesk. 97 no.41:1303-1307 1~ Oct 58. 1. OUNZ Chab - kozni oddeleni, prednosta )MyDr. Adolf Xudela. j%. I.. Cheb. OLN:' - (URTIGARIA liettle rash (Cz)) PATFJDL, Zdanek, MUDr. Contribution to the therapy of herpaB 208ter. Prakt. lek., Praha 35 no.14:322-324 20 JU17 55. 1. Xcznl addelent OUNZ Cheb. prim. Mr. A. Kudela. (HERPES ZOSTER. therapy) P"'TMLOVA t F. nT. ZIUSKA, J..Dr; STANINCOVA, V.,Dr; FATEMOVA. M.,Dr Toxic dyspepslas In children with antrometoiditle confirmed by antrobony. Pediat, listy 9 no,2:98-100 Ap 154. 1. Z detako-koJeneekshooddelentOUNZ Cheb, prinar KUDr Art Zelanka. (NATOLDITIS, in Infant and child, *in toxic dyspepalas) (IMANT NMITION DISORDIMS, *toxic dyspepsia with maetolditle) PATSK, Josef, HUDr (Brno. Zampachova 7) Treatment of pregusney naphropathiest Lek* listy, Brno 9 no.21: 1-496 1 Nov 54. 4T 1. Krajaka klinicka. porodnice v Brne. III. porodnicke a Umokologicke odd. prim. Dr Cernocha. (KI M Y. diseases. In pregn.. ther.) (PUGNANCY. complications. kidney din., ther.) ;'~TFY, ~7. New , rc.--4ucts of' t.- !;motional -Interi rise ~n Vrsovice. P. 97' - --': -FZ-)*-) ~, r-~:,a, ~z-c -o-~Iov,4-.i~, I V i. 1~, ~~ - 'i , lj--c. -14r? - - I , 1~ I- ~. So: ~bnth ly I n iey. a f -,, a s t. Diro, -ean Ac ~-e s ~5 i on (-,. --;, I ) I ,~ %l ~ ~ . 7 , '., - CZECHOSLOV.11"IA/Electronics - ';cnorrl h-I Ilbs Jour : "of Zhur - Fizikr,, I~o 10,1958, Nic 23263 Author : Irtak Jan Inst :_No_t7TTv-an Title : kroducts of the Nctionrl 6nterprise Tesl_ Vrscvicc. Orig Fub :Slr-bcyr,-udy ol,;zor, 1957, 18, No 12, 873-876 Abstr,ict i~' briof dcscrirtion of new rroducts of tho Nationel Ent~r- prifri Toslr, 7rsovico, oxhibitul nt the Third Fnir of tho Dzochoslovrk Mrchine Building intho city of Brno (high power _,encrctcr tubc, ionic roctifiors of high power, dif- fusion cil ru,.r, etc-)- Grrd 77 PATM, J. PATEK, J. Stabilization of bottled wine. p. 230 Vol. 2. no. 10, Oct. 1956 KV&SNY I+U nfflU TECIMULOGY Praha, Czechoslovakda SO: East Eur-opeall Accession Vol. 6'.. no. 2. 1957 P.11U~KX, Movement of locomotive engineers to haul heavy tonnaizes on our railroads in 1953- P- 54. (Zelaznice, Praha, Vol. 4. no. 3. Far. 1954) SO: Monthly list of East European Accessions (EEAL), LC Vol 4, ho. 6, June 1955, Uncl 1". "Electric Conductivity." p. 161. (MM'AMC170-11F.J:.~OT , 1253, Praha, Czechosiovakaia) Y) .110'-'IU:DY, Vol. 3,", no. 1 5 So: Monthly List of Ea~:t -ixo~;ean .cccosions, LC, Vol. 3, :.'0. 5, "ay of IMCLMMOV. Ago". C=.. STaSMI. LM , . , mr-91(1957 Tboimtoft (C-4. 90, 1 W ~ftb Dewcow of activated ZnS crystals is elaborated for the case of an altennating siougoid- eke. field. ammW that elee. trow we liberated from the leveh W4 am reconw- bine with the kmind activator atoms; tbis repowbinatim is accomapou by the ebaracterwic Spectral twAw" off the 04 Goal thow $6 bw, oft loom"^ 4W PW, coo Pee ~Soo 'see go* see a** woo Tim *000 0000M"0 CZECKSLOV,AXIA140ptics - K Abs jour Ref Zhur Fizika, No 1; 196C, 2122 Author Patek, Kare). Title oil I'Lloteelectrolumillescence Cf ZnS-CU Cri,S Pub Ceskosl. CaBOP- fYs-, 1959, 0, No 1, 4""-r,2 Abstract The influence of weak ultraviolet radiation was ob- served on the elk.!ctroluminescence of ZnS-Cu over one cycle of applied alternating voltage. It wris observed that alca~; with the uniform increase in bri~;htaess over the entire cycle, an increase is ob- served in the first brittaess maximimi aad a va;1is.,- In(, of the second maximumi. Here the first maxii,i-,jr, shifts somewhat. As tl-n intensity of the radiated li6ht (1) increases, the brightness at the first tra- ximi.u,,. increases, reaching a maximum value at difinite I X. The value of I.- increases with incroasing 'IM Ca-.,d 1/3 AUMOR: Pa'tek, Kxytt CZ/3?-58-5-1?/19 TITLE: Photoelectroluminescence of ZnS-Cu (K fotoelektrolumin- iscenci ZnS-Cu) PERIODICAL: Ceskoslovensky Casopis pro Fysiku, 1958, Nr 5, p 628 (Czech) ABSTRACT: The electroluminescence of a sample of ZnS-Cu consisted of two peaks (above zero-brightness L ) durinj,- each half- cycle of the applied electric field. irradiation of the sample by ultraviolet light of intensity I during the measurement of electroluminescence had the following effects: 1. L increased linearly with I above zero. T"-,is t2 simple photolumineseence. 2. The first (and larger) peak imlectroluminescence increased proportionally to I . At low frecuencies of the electric field this increase reached saturation, at high frequencies no saturation was observed. 3. The second peak decreased exponentially with I. 4. The phase of the first peak relative to the applied voltage shifted forward as the second peak decreased. Card 112 When it disappeared, the phase remained constant even Fh6toelectrolumineseence of ZnS-Cu CZ/37-58-5-17/19 when I was further increased. 5. The described phenomena occurred in both emission bands of this phosphor: 460 m~L and 520 m1i. The effects are due to the increased density of free electrons caused by ultraviolet irradiation. There are 2 f igures. ASSOCIATION: Fysika'lnl upstav C43AV, Praha (Physics Institute, Czech Ac.Sc. Prague) SUBMITTED: April 18, 1958 Card 212 CZWHOSLOVAKIA/Optice - Luninosconco Abe Jour t Rof Zhur - Fizika, No 12, 1958, Ila 28581 K-6 Author C~tek Karol Inst S Ph_y_s_f-c5--IWns-`Ututo, Czechoslovak Acadeny of Sciences, Prn,7uo, Czechoslovakia Title I Ltzdnoscont "Tau-Moter" of New Types Orig Pub i Chokhoel. fiz. zh., 1957, 7, No 6, 744-747 Abstract : The author has proposed and built a tau-mter circuit with linear time swoop, but taking the logarithn of the measured signal. To take thologarithri of the silmal use is -.-ndc of the characteristic dopondunco of the gain of a photorulti- plier on the dynodo voltag-cs i/1 -':-' cxp E, wherc i is the photomultiplier current, I the liCht flux incidont on the cathode of tho photonultiplier, and E the volta-0 botwean dynodes. The photo.-mltipliar is connected in the circuit in which currant i is mintainod constant by autonntic reguln- tion of E. Than lo,-, I~~F E + const. If the neanurod varia- tion of I (t) is exponential, than -5 is dotorninod directly from the slope of the E (t) line. To re!7ister E, the last jard 1/2 t;7 PATI-Al K. Thermal conditions of clectroluminescence and thermo-stimulated electrolunire- scence of zinc sulfide crystals. P. 526 (CESKOSLOVENSKY CASOPIS PRO FYSIKU) Vol. 71 no. 5., 1957, Praha, Czechoslovakia SO: Monthly Index of East European Accessions (EEAI) LC, Vol. 7, No. 3, March 1958 3S-00 670ol AUTHORt _Wej, CZECH/37 59-1-7/26 TITLEt Photo-Electroluminescencee~in ZnS-,Cu PERIODICAL: Ceskoslovensky Casopis Pro Fysiku, 1959, Nr 19 pp 1+7--52 + 1 plate ABSTRACT: The present inveStigation used a very low intensity of U.V. radiation acting on the phosphor during the actLon of electric fields. This means that the electro- luminescence was modulated by photoluminescence instead of the usual procedure of modulating photolumineseence by an electric field. The two effects show different phase relations (Fig 3) (Fig 1+9 p 116c). The measurements were carried out on powdered samples with 10-3 g/g of Cu and sometimes Cl as co-activator. The phosphor was dispersed in a dielectric and a sheet of thickness 0.1-0.2 mm of this solid dispersion was introduced into an electric, field of the order of 5 X 104 V/cm. The U,V. radiation was limited to 364 m by an interference filter. The luminescence was filtered by a seoond interference filter passing either 460 mu or 520 mp to the photomultiplier. Card Fig 5 shows the momentary brightness of electro- ess luminescence without irradiation Bo and this brightn WICF1 67001 Photo-Electroluminescence in ZnS-Cu CZECH/37--59-1-7/26 the secondary maximum of the preceding cycle (Fig 9). This is obtained even by very low intensity U.V~ irradiation. While at room temperature the described changes occur instantaneously with switching on of the U.V., several minutes are needed Lo attain equilibrium at. -150 oc. The U.V, irradiation apparently influences the excitation rather than the emission. The increased number of electrons in the conduction band due to U.V, irradiation, necessarily leads to an increased probability of excitation of an activator by accelerated electrons. A decrease of the maximum at higher levels of irradiation may be explained by one of several mechantsmB, such as radiationless recombination on surfaces, decreased effective field due to increased conductivity, et,~. The disappearance of the secondary maximum can be explained by the fact that the polarisation is restricted by photo- Card conductivity due to U.V. Irradiation, 3/4 There are 9 figures and 8 references, of whi~;h I Is French, 1 German, 1 Czech, 1 Soviet and 4 are English 06628 CZECH/ 3 7-5 9-5 -4/13 AUTHORS: Patek, Karel and Damaskovit, Sv9tlana TITLItt Decay of glectroluminexcence of ZnS-Cu PERIODICAL: Ceskoslovensk´┐Ż c-asopis pro fysiku, 1959, Nr 5, PP 479 - 486 ABSTRACT: The decay of alectrolumineacenceand particularly its temperature dependence, can help in the interpretation of this effect. Matossi (Ref 3) and HahnikS*eman (Ref 4) have previously studied the decay of electroluminescence. The present investigation uses longer pulses, so that the decay of the primary maximum (during the duration of the electric field) and-the secondary maximum (without the field) can be completely observed. The decay is measured at various temperatures. The apparatus has been described previously (Ref 5). The electroluminescence of powdered ZnS-Cu was excited by square pulses of 1 msec duration, of alternate polarity with a repetition frequency of 200 c.p.s. The intensity of emission is shown in Figure I (p g54a) as a function Cardl/3 of time at the temperatures of -200 C and -100 0C. This -- I-Ale 06628 Decay of Electroluminescence of ZnS-Cu CZECH/37-59-5-4/13 light sum and amplitude of the secondary maximum is more voltage-dependent than the primary maximum. The observed phenomena are explained on the basis of a model described by the author in Ref 5. The primary maximum is due to the action of the external field, while the secondary maximum is due to the internal polarization field. The decay of the primary maximum is probably determined by the reduction, due to polarization, in the intensity of the applied electric field. The decay of the secondary maximum is then due to the relaxation of the polarization. The agreement of the present results with those of previous authors (Refs 3,4) is not very good. There are 6 figures, 1 table and 5 references, of which 4 are English and 1 German. ASSOCIATION: Pysikkni u'stav eSAV, Praha (Institute of Physics of the Czechoslovak Ac.Sc., Prague) SUBMITTED: November 8, 1958 Card 3/3 CZECIHOSLOVAXIA Physical Chemistry. Crystals. Ab3 Jour: Ref Zhur-rhirrilya, No 18, 1956, 60024. Author Karel Inst Title Temperature Dependence nf Electroluminescence a-id Thermally Excited Eloctroluminescence in ZnS - Cu. Orig Pub: Ceskosl. casop. fy3., 1957, 7, No 5,,~26-532; Checho3l. fiz. zK., 1957, 7, No 5, 5 -591. Abstract: No ab3tract. Card 1/1 F CZECHOSLOVAKIA Laboratory E(JuIPIment Instruments) Their Theoryp Construction) Applic8tion. Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-KhimiYs, NO 19, 1958, 643o6 Author Ratsk Karel Inst Not girc-n Title A Neil iype of Luminescent -Meter. Orig Pub: Ceskosl- caeop. fys.R 1957, 7, No 6, 729-731 Abstract: Describes a 'y-meter of a new type worked out and applied in the Physical Institute of the Czechoslovakian AS for the measurement of the time of relaxation of luminescence and other processes that proceed according to the simplest exponential law (_t/ I-). The action Of the-r-meter is based on the principle of the conversion of the phenomenon of relaxation into an electric process proportional to the one Investigated. In the Card 1/2 48 CZEMIOSLOVAni,/Optics - Luminesocnec K-6 Abo Jour : Ref Zhur - Fizika. No 4. 1g,)9. No 0779 Author : Patek Yarel Inst Title : The Temperature Dependence of Electroluminescunce and Ther- mostimulated Electroluminescence in AnS-Cu Orig Pub : Ceskoal. casop. fys., 1957, 7, No 5, 526-532 Abstract : See Abstract 6778 Card - 1/1 CZE)CHOSLOVAKIA/Optics - Luminescence K-6 Abs Jour Ref Zhur - Rizika, Nc, 4) 1~59, 110 6778 Author Patek Karel Inst s ~nstl`tute Prague, CzechoslovaYda Title The Temperature Dependence of Electroluminescence and Thermo- stimulated Electroluminescence in ZnS-Cu Orig Pub : Chekhosl. fiz. zh.., 17537, 7, No 5, 584-591 Abstract : The author has verified the Thornton hypothesis (Referat Zhur Fizika, 1957, i;o 6, 15643) that the mechanism of electro- luminescence is similar to the mechanism of themolumines- cence; with this., the electric field increases the probab- ility of thermal liberation of electrons, reducing tile ef- fective depth of the donator levels. It was estab2ished ex- perimentally that in tl-~ case of thermoluminescence of non- clectroluminescent phosphors no n6ticcabla nhift of the mwdma is observed, i.e., there is no change in the 1(-,pth of the level of the donators) it one applies to the pl-osphors voltage of the same magnitude, as would cause electro- Carl 1/2 CZECHGSLOVj'd(IA/Optics - Luminescence j',.bs Jour F~_,f Zhur - Fizikri, NO 4t 1959, UD 6M K-6 luminescence in the corresponding phosphors. The jame applies to the so-called thermostimulated which ia a thermolumineseent addition to electro,vain-2_~,~ence. At these colume effect!3, the average field Intensitie3 that are usually applied in electroluminescence are insufficient for noticeable shifts of the depths of the levels of the donators. However, by studying the temperature dependence of the electroluminescence of a phosph or that is not opticall,v excited, the work of dissociation decreases with incr,-~asinG field and that the maximum in the temperature dependence of the electroluminescence of ZnS-Cii shifts with increasing field towards the lower temperatuz-es. The following conclu- sion is drawn: the local fields in schottky-type barriers are considerably stronger than the average fields in the entire Isiyer of the phosphor, they decreaae substantially the depths of the donator levels, and it is possible to apply to these the Thornton hypothesis, which determines the p- probability of liberation of electrons from the following Card 2/3 CZECHOSLOVAKIIi/Optics - Luminescence K-6 Abs Jour Rof Zhur - Fizika, No 4, 1959, No 6'(76 expression CL L: K In this expression is the amplitude of the el.~ctric field in the barrier between the ZnS and Cu2S. In accordai~,t-, with this, the_9onatant a, for which Thorntoii a value of ' 6 x 10 ev-cm/v, sholild be corrected- it has a magni- tude on the order of 10-f ev-cM/V. itbstractor's rumark. The formula given above for the p conductivity is misprinted in the article. -- ;-G. Golldnan Card 3/3 1:1-o,? (1Q3/') F, r I .. . ~ o,r,r. ~21 , * - '~, I "'. ! - I . D,.:' I, li-i, . ,- t !,I ~ 4, -.. ia v e n V I Da r t: F _Jav t, e c, r e r, t 6 '.) f ', er- Lro' u s e n c how.-v e r t: fair r Z: e t e r. z e - va ~ u 4 T~ a r L no- n~ t a c, - ne,,),5u remer, L c r s ta 1 s A u r. j r 41000*600**900000000100 ov:000040400*001064000 p 0 ovo "j U a bIMMUN31,641*120 a r a 0 fv 5 t a 0 PC iff a$ "T a Mol. 4 j lit M, onto$ 00 it .24 0 1% oil t; oil oor 00, 00, 00 so C. Ole Oo= ,!C 00 I * 0 0 00, Nly %4 1"It Poll" 'Num'b, .11411, M -atm4l ItIJAIA 0, A),vallo%ps til vtj 1.11v sollum #" #41 -80j, Ali W11111tt AAAA jF4Atl"1 4*11 4414U-1-44l 0 'dog 00 '4419.1 - -4 Wtv 0 uW10% -4 IIPR OIOPcq* wt 0*.: WnAs p As *win( nJ1W* lo 069-TW4144 a00 00 00 00,-, 00 I g I 1 1-1 1 f 6 a a 35 a VV U-1-T-9-T A A I I 1 5 f W--v 02w 19 " it It 0 111 a a " 4 of " R if wil"of. a-,11.114-W.1 a if f IN 1 oft 1 00 *00040`00000006*900 0 0 0 0 0 IN 0 SOSPOO4000600*0 Czechoslovakia/Electricity Semiconductors, G-3 Abst Journal: Referat Zbur Fizika, No 12, 1956, 35070 Author: Patek, Karel Institutiont None Title: On the Kinetics of Photoconductivity of Selenium Original Periodical: Czechosl. Physical Journal, 1955, 6, No 2, 152-163; Engiish resume Abstract: See also Referat Zhur - Fizika, 1956, 26039 Card 1/1 - :":,), , Y'. , A - , I - - f-'" -I I - 1 11 2?l j. ;-AZLF-:~, (~. Zuckorinl. , I... r)~. ~9,kC Z_ CZECHOSLOVAKIA Physical Chemistry. Crystals. B-5 Abs Jour Ref Zhur Khimiya, No 8, 1957, 25936 Auth or Karel F ktak Title To The question of Kinetics of Photoelectric Conducti- vity of Selenium Orip Pub Ceskosl. casop, fys., 1955, 5, No 6, 633 - 644; Chek- hosl. fiz. zh., 1956, 6, No 2, 162 - 163. Abstract t See RZhFiz. 1956, 26039 Card : 1/1 PATEK, K* Contribution to the kinetics of photoelectric conductivity of selenium. p. 632 Vol. 5, no. 6, Nov. 1955 CESKOSLOVERSLY CASOPIS PRO FYSIKU Praha, Czechoslovakia So: Eastern European Accession Vol. 5, No. .4, 1956 r " I,o~) : ., -,, ~, , I" "', ,7-" 1, I .. I 1 .1 . I ,-,- . ~,l -, lk .! rap- ov; X ents a ..On tht wo t is Bw. w Indo b W, 34 JENIK, J.; JUACEK, M.; PATEKp V. The elimination of organic substances by means of zagnesium. Part St Elementary carbohydrate as a source of defectiveness in determination of halogens in organic Oubstances by means of elimination by metals. Coll Oz Chem 25 no.5sl450-1457 MY 160. 1. Institut fur analytische Chemie, Technische Hochachule fur Chemie, Frag, ! AV~,K, Vladimir ,jetermination of styrene by bromination in ice vinegar. :.nam fzln 14 no.5:258-26,3 MY 154. 1. Chemicke zavcAiy W. Hacku, hovuky. b I. w 11 If 1A III I. I. .. go 111 0 g it is It 4, 6, w il 600 o IV 40111F40 ..."OSM N..4.t I of maim w" boo 00 wwwpmf in ta- cbrm ldaw t .. i . and can WU arv tivto for evalU411114 -00 mUltuy pm. faik- etwits. arv dWmsomj f 1k 1 1 k d -00 0 0 AU WI cm with ft*w to lom MW M.h 00 *Oil roe 9 Zoe 00 00 A S 0 5 L A61TALLUP&ICA1, 1,17111-11UNI CLOWCATWX 71 'I a 20 u 0 VoIct epikam on wit .411111 ,1 t,0 VX 6. 4l1 3 tax 0.10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 o,* 0 0 * 0 0 0 & 0 0 a 0 0 : : :1 0 0 go 09 so 0 o 0 go q p~j 11711T r a 171' r~fil ~ " r~ " pr"-LL -,. ,Ic. -c rnA , ko zti PATFK, Wenek, inz. The whole env.,-pr.-'se for quality production. Fodn crg 1-8 435- 486 N 164. 1. Tovarny na obrabeci stroje. Celakovice. ACCESSION NR: AR4015553 S/0081/63/000/024/06"/0606 SOURCE: RZH. KhImIya, Abs. 24S127 AUTHOR: Usmanov, Kh. U.; Yullchlbayev, A. A.; Mukhamedzhanov, Re; Gordlyenko, A. A.; Dordzhln, G. S.; Val Iyev, A TITLE: Radiation polymerization of vinyl fluoride CITED SOURCE: Flzlka I khbh1ya prlrodn. I 51ntetich. pollmerov. Vykp. 1. Tashkent, AN UzSSR, 1962, 205-206 TOPIC TAGS: vinyl fluoride, vinyl fluoride polymerization. radiation polymeriza- tion, benzoyl peroxide, total polymerization dosage ABSTRACT: A waxy product forms when vinyl fluoride Is Irradiated with C060 gamma rays at -78C and a radiation dosage of 3000 to 15,000 r. A solid product was ob- tained under such conditions In the presence of benzoyl peroxide. Full transition of the monomer to a polymer occurred;occurred at 5000-9000 r. P. Khomikovskly DATE ACQ: 29J&n64 SUB CODE: CH ENCL: 00 Card 1/1 Oij it sire A AL sm "I II of 10 .0 .0 _69 -00 -09 '.09 1ralt" ftbal"Uts fim tmoseuble oft. %I S Pat, I still It S xminvin& likirmbay 11frkidt."Cle Dept. 11"dillifiri. 14all, 8 S I . IJI34) - A sulmmutc for tallow. stlitalilt for scroll 8~04! was gwiro. frtwn a mist. 4 I"nut ,it -41, o"inut oil 15 and castor cAl 5"t, Tht, mill wa~ purifi"I by trenriving the free fatty and, by m-nitaloation still Irving the alkali-frtv waslitil oil oil twiw 114- ptmlj4 it milt wa% hydiogrnuted, with fivirly di,itchd Ni A% cists- sloe vo. until the Iwoduirt had a oil. I, ol alloui J'A) Thr Characteristic., of the tosit-1141 West I Valoi, 3% 11, al,twi value INS.7, to 1, 49.5% oo%rd fatty And, 91 7"~, mutralivation value of mixed lattv wd% Ills I'. to 1, of ellizedfally iscidi,19,15' and I valurof twomil fatty acidi 41.0; the lyrodiwt *as whitr, honlogencim, granular z and odorlm,t. The wrie very similar to th,~ of animal talk)w I)@[& air ffivcn oci the coti,pri. of S see various vegrtabk talkms niwket,-d in India. z oo as* AS& ILA Of FA1.LU*6NC&k tto 0 AD.,- 7T %~IG.j .11 J.. 0.1 411111CO-9 vii"l, i;ml 0.- U a AV '67" -1 -s-12 -IN 0 a 9 1 W so 9 da--c -'e-r-~ 'I. Ith OOT44 : : 0 , 1. 11~:- -h--_ -; - 7r4 -'-a - roO, ice I (' -. ~ I-,! -T~ ~ r _~nn - -,,~,.7 "r. * I- II- - , , - I -)hr~!~Z--ti ' ? -,o- - - + -1 . ' 1 , , ~ , 'T, + 'd e ",I . I ~. 1. . , * ~Ct, -~-, , SO: Ycnt,hly List. of -'ast European Accessions (FFAI) Lr-, Voi. 6., no. 7, July 101~7. rcl. 40 0 a 0 a W *to 0000000 00090909%foo AS tin 51111D, I %-A 10 of u tj jj If. C4 PL6 PC cird C4 tbr C'Mus 14 it' CYI clkil ,4 it j,"Jitil atlilliall "it '111.414t. 04~ "I "Vol,44, it" g is t60 big'. 0.4 Doe &ITALLURSICAL LITIVAT"I CLASIVICOIC" *** I "nit at a I It a 4 cl 11 090 0 0 0 Al S -7 q Effects of %isalitatively different diets on' 'Witte serreficM. BM*,-MuMkIjevI6, and III. Ntr*- YA71, "a 11, 104-NIOM); Excerris -71,e Ole r, fats, 1111M), ,1,, .1 3 N, rve dia 'slaivb, s xalt, and fralt) w= cumpured with thim- )I a Similar diet SuPplcm6nW by 00 x. 5kim-milk pD%-tlvr ant) 0 onk: vmAx. 184 X. of. maize flour. with regard to the lasting isrWily, Vol. Of Znstjic contentij aud'cbafige in addily afary adjoin4 i3tration of c-affeine. Thie stimulant action of t-4176)iv was practio.11y always followed by a large decrease of the nvid Nalue. The maixt diet appeared to Iravc an inhiblitory tAlLct on gastric secrution, except when it acted on a hyperuc6l stomach. Milk showed a marked stimulant action on the Stomach. but this was only temporary. 77ie N-Irm diet had the least inlIMM-t OU XU3Uk SCUttiOD. TheM AIIIIII)SS *uIr" on the whole with tl)t^, of 1harjAny on Pubnals.' ALEKSMDHOV, Yevger.,iy Vasil 'yevich; ...,PATELOVSKAYA, M.1.,, red.; MOCHALRU, Z.S., tekhn. red. [Safety manual for roofers] Pamiatka po tekhnike bez- opasnosti dlia krovel'shchika. Izd.3., ispr. i dop. Mo- skva, Gosstroiizdatp 1963. 20 p. (MIRA 17:3) -4117- --v HORYD, Wanda; PATIELSFj'~, lerean Conservative treatment c,f temporal lobe epilepsy. Ne-urc.. neurochir. psychlat. lol. 15 no.3:433-438 '(,'. 1. 7 Oddzialu Neurologicznego Instytutu Psychoneurologirzne:7c Pruszkowie (Ki~.rownik: ~~rof. cir. wd. A. Dowzenko, i Wojewadzki,J Poradni ' rzzeria,,~aclavzkowej w 11oznanij (Kit~rovn4k: dr. mud. Z. IILA)e". PATELSKI, J.; SZWz-,DZIKOWSKI. S. Effect of cholineoterase inhibitors on lipolytic activity of the aorta in rats. Acta Dhysiol.polon. 11 AO-5/6:858-859 '60. 1. Z Zakladu Chemii F12jOlogicznej A.M. w Poxnaniu, Kierownik: prof.dr Z.Stolzmann. Z Zakladu Anatomii Pntologioznej A.M. w Lodzi, Kicrownik: prof.dr A.Pruozczynaki. (CHOLINESTERASE anatag) (AORTA Dharmacol) (FATTY iCIDS metab) PATEELSKI, J.; SZENDZIKOWSKI, S. ------- Lipolytic and entorolytic activity of aort* after prolorg!eJ ACT" treatment in rats. Bull. soc. amis sci. poznan [med] 11:3r/-17 '62. (AORTA chemistry) (LIVER chemistry) (ADREHILL GLANDS chemistry) (LIPIDS chemistry) (FATTY ACIDS blood) (:ZTEFULSES chemistry) (DEHYDROGENASES chemistry) (CORTICOTROP111 plinrinacoloLgy) PATELSKI, J. Statistical interpretation of changer, in ser= cholesterol concentrat' in d6ga following ACTH admInistration. Bull. no-::. az!5 :t~i. _rzf~t-, 11s25-36 162. (CHOLESTEROL blood) (GORTICOTROPIN pliarmacolog-,) (PROTEINS deficiency) P0I.'-ITD/T-.iu7nn and Miysiolo,--Y. Uood Circulation. Blood Vesscls. bs Jour; ILf Zhur-33iol., 1jr, Lyj, 1958, 93255. .'.Uthol- Cod(.xa, L~-on, SzcruzLws!x., '~'.hlina, j,:rzy. T- Q--~ Purmcc:biliLy of for riasur, 1'ro-L.,;-ins C.11d Lipo- protcAns in Ac-lt~,.v Pug,)Iu. ComwticaVo-... I. Ori, :it: Polsi cr'-oft. lr,1~7, 12; !Io 40, --521-.15211. r .', study %,--s rzulu filtr.~Lio-i b,.. t'., Landis and hro~-,,:, ra,thod of ulucL3:ophur,,,.Lc of protLI110 %nd J.J.1.)Oj?r0,LAj1I3 Of t))U plaF-Z conL,~nt iv 20 I u P~ :3~,IAL CUc;L:J PlCLSIX -,.,C)-6.trI LI'-capQd -to t)-.,2 C".,.),. I..": ~1-.v " '-tr-~tu wit's aPpI7,Q:%L-.. 01, of 40 ria w t' stwis tr,&~r a - i '. of 40 ruid 80 ~im C.180 in Lilt. C-rCL 1/2 5B ROZYNKOWA, Danuta; PALUSZAK, Janunz; PATELSKI, Jerzy; KOZIOLOWNA, Wieslawa The influence of lipid content and degree of saturation of fatty acids in the diet and of cholesterol and cholic acid on the serum lipids in rats. Acta med. pol. 3 no.4:429-1+39 162. 1. Department of General and Experimental Pathology, Medical Academy, Poznan Director: Prof. Dr A. Horst Department of Physiological Chemistry, Medical Academy, Poznan Director: Prof. Dr Med. and Phil. Z. Stolzmann. (BLOOD LIPIDS) (CHOLESTEROL) (BILE ACIDS AND SALTS) (FATTY ACIDS) (LIPIDS) (DIET) CNDARA, L. ; S SZRWSU. H.; ROZ F.: DABROWSKI. H.; PISXORZ. A.: PAMSirr. j,,; FILipm, H. Vascular changes In experimental mechanical jaundice with hyperlipamia. Polskle, wewne 30 no.7:loo6-iooq 16o. 1. 2 1 KlIniki Chorob Wavnetranych A.M. w Poznanlu Irterownik: prof. dr med. S.Kwasniewski. WAUNDICZ OBSTRUCTIVE exper) (LIPIDS blood) (CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM pathol) PATELSKI, Jerzy, ROZYNKOWA, Danuta; PALUSZAK, JanuBz Lipolytic activity of rat aorta in relation to lipid concrentration.,; uw~! degree of saturation of the fatty acids in blood. Acta mod. pol. 3 no-4:43.7-427 162. 1. Department of Physiological Chemistry, Medical Academy, Poznan- Director: Prof. Dr Med. and Phil. Z. Stolzmapn Department of General and Experimental Pathology, Medical Academy, Poznan.Director- Prof. Dr A. Horst. (AORTA) (BLOOD LIPIDS) (CHOLESTEROL) (BILE ACIDS AND SALTS) PATEISKI, Jerzy,; DEPCZYNSKI, Leszek; XUCZhVoKA, Krystylla The problem of neurohormonal disorders in the regulation of the concentration and composition of blood lipids in schizo- phrenic and nourotic patients. Neurol. nourochir. psychlat. POI. 13 no.2~-';'57-267 163. 1. Z Zakladu (:',hemii Fizjologicznej AM w Poznaniu Kierownik-. prof. dr fil. i mod, Z. Stolzmann i z Panstvowego Sanatorium d1a Nervowo Chorych w Kos cianie Dy"ktor: lak. med. K. Kuczewaka. (BLOOD LIPIDS) (SCHIZOPIUNIA) (NEUROSES) DEPCZYNSKI, Leszek; KUCZEWSKA, Kryatyna; PATELSKIp Jerzy Concentration of total pcroteins and the electrophoretic picture of the proUin fractiona in the blood sernm in schizophrenic and neurotic patients. Mburol. nourochir. psychiat. pol. 13 no.2:269-276 163. 1. Z Panstwowego Sanatorium dla Nervowo Chorych w Koscianie Dyrektor: lek. mod. K. Kuczewska i z Zakladu Chemii Fizjolo- glcznej AM w Poananlu Kierovniki prof. dr fil. i mod. Z. Stolumnnu. (BLOOD PROTEINS) (BLOOD PROTEIN ELECTROPHORESIS) (SCHIZOPHRENIA) (NEUROSES) PATELSKIP J, Influence of adrenocorticotrophic normone on protein and lipid pattern in blood investigated in dogs..Bull. Soc. amis sc. Poz- wi [mad) Ser. no.1205-49 163. lol,'I, Jer" lentronhrrette determinntiOn Of norim -,r,)tnins in -horrin ~trjrr. A5r. -,,)Iitkn 7 nc).-1:4w-4.l's mny-jil'If, Vlt-nilri N-mrlo.,ic7nej A. A Dowrpnlco i :1 Z-"Is,4'i Ohemti 11. ii ~onwmiu n-of dr ltolwmnn. A&res Pn%rn, ul , 'mr,,n-y ao m )'-' lk, b! ood in, r. - o t - t Tv . e t or t r r) r n - Z/039/60/021/08/028/032 E073/E535 AUTHOR: Patek, Karel TITLE: S~eond~~zechoslovak Meeting on Luminescence,,~ PERIODICAL: Slaboproud~ obzor, 1960, Vol 21, No 8, pp 511-512 ABSTRACT: The meeting was convened by the Phy-pics Institute, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences. 47 participants attended who represented seven manufacturing plants, two research establishments, the Institute of Technical Physics-, Czechoslovak Academy of S~cfe 'MatheM-at_ics-__' Physics Department of C 'harles Universit_y and the State Commission for Technical Develo.ppej2~s____ Nineteen papers were read on electro-luminescence. cathode-luminescence, scintillators, alknli and silver halogenides. M. Trlifaj read a paper on the prospects and trends of development of luminescence from the phybical and technical points of view in which lie reported on the present state of research. Members of the firms V qRaLanaA K nVqv, TESLA Holesovice, OZAP etc read ~x~ _ Card 1/2 papers on the manufaZ-t-ure and developmee--of lurninophors Z/039/60/021/08/028/032 E073/E535 Second All Czechoslovak Meeting on Luminescence and the demands to be met by basic and applied research. The second part of the meetings were devoted to electro- luminescence and papers on this field of subjects were read by representatives of VUVET, TESLA Hole~(ovice. OZAP and Physics Institute, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences In the third section 40, four papers were read by representatives of VUVET, TESLA Roz4nov and the Mathematics-Physics Department of Charles University ~o on the research development and application of cathode luminophors and certain special problems in this field. mainly as regards phosphors used in television In the fourth section papers were read on the development of scintillators in Czechoslovakia (TESLA Liberec)-and on basic research on alkaline (OTF) and silver halogenides (FU KU). Resolutions were passed on the necessity of delimiting work on certain luminophors, concentration of work on television luminophors, sending development groups into manufacturing plants and Card 2/2 coordination. is'- Z~"-L. _;._ " , * . ~ -h, ~ -.', ~ A :,-~ , ~ . ~ . i " -- I ; 1 Al M-V~ 1',i-A, A, :'.,. , - --:. r ~-,, - Y.1-4 ( n il. ,,or,!( ;,~% olving ~"iro hazLrasl Po- - !,;I i ~ ll:I~', -, ~ t,~I i :, ~ IL):-c,: -tve VYI'l r, j(,1 . I ~ " ~ " V~l , 3-, r ; i z,-.a i , . 4, ,, . 1,1.11TIA sov/169-59-5-4384 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Geofizika, 1959, Nr 5, PP 15 - 16 (USSR) 21H~ 1800 AUTHORS: Sollogub, V.B., Galushko, P.Ya., Vopilkin, A.A., Patlokhl, A.M. j'V TITLE: On the Propagation Velocity of Longitudinal Elastic Waves in Rocks and Its Dependence on the Static Load and on the Humidity PERIODICAL: Tr. In-ta geol. nauk. AS USSR, Ser. geofiz., 1958, Nr 2, pp 130 - 137 ABSTRACT- Investigating the effect of the load on the propagation velocity of elastic waves, the authors exposed a rock specimen with cubic form to a one-sided compression by means of a hydraulic press. The velocities of the supersonic waves were measured in intervals of pressure of 20 k&AM2. The velocity of wave in sandstone in- creased by 5 m see-1. atm for the pressure increasing from 0 to 120 kg/cm2. Increasing the load from 120 to 4~p kg/cm2 causes an insignificant increase of the velocity, but a further Increase of the load beyond 420 kg/cm2 causes a decrease in velocity. Under Card 1/3 a pressure of 610 kg/cm2, the specimen collapsed. The similar SOV/169-59-5-4384 on the Propagatlon Velocity of Longitudinal Elastic Waves In Rocks and Its Dependence on the Static Load and on the Humid1ty course of behavior of the velocity was observed by testing lime-stone, but the values of load corresponding to the points of inflection of the curve, and also the values of velocity were different. The observed variations of the velocity correspond to: 1) The decrease in the porosity under the pressure effect; 2) the redistribution of the elementary particles of the rock. A de- crease in velocity with a further increase in pressure can be explained by the formation of cracks. A certain dependence exists between the density of the V~ rocks and the propagation velocity of the elastic waves. It Is possible that this dependence may be used for practical purposes. In halite specimens, the velocity of longitudinal waves perpendicular to the applied load decreased considerably with increasing pressure; but in the plane parallel to the applied load, the velocity Insignificantly decreased. The saturation of the rock spezimen with water increased the velocity; but the variations of velocity in chalk and for coquina were smaller than in less porous sandstone. The investigation of the variation of velocity under multiple cycles of loading and unloading showed that a residual deformation is not observed in dense rocks Card 2/3 SOV/169-59-5-4384 on the Propagation Velocity of Longitudinal Elastic Waves in Rocks and Its Dependence on the Static Load and on the Humidity (sandstone). In more porous rocks the value of the velocity Increases In comparison to the initial velocity in consequence of the residual deformation after taking off the load. Be repetitive pressures, velocities increase again and attain higher values than during the first cycle of loading. Con- sequently, it can be assumed that the velocity of propagation of elastic waves in rocks depends on the geologic history of the region in question. In regions where numerous changes of sedimentation and of denudation occurred, the rocks were submitted to a greater compression and must be characterized by a higher velocity than the similar rocks in regions where the change of the pro- cesses took place not so frequent. Bibl. 10 titles. I.K. Kupalov-Yaropolk Card 3/3 Pd wam, Mie~`zyslaw; FALIPIK. Helena-, V#T3IfiKI,,4qr%.y_ Considerations on the problem of protein disorders in Guillain-Barre radicular polynaueitio. Polski tygod. lek. 12 ao.39.,1492-1495 Sept 57. 1. Z Kliniki Neorologicznej A. M. w Poananiu; kierownik: prof. dr A. Dow2enko i Z Zakladu Chemii Fisjologicznej A. K, w Poznaniu; kierownik: prof. dr Z. Stolzman. Adres: Poznan, ul. Garbary 40 m 5. (GUILUIN-BAR.Rl STOMME, blood iA, proteins, disord. (Pol)) (BIDOD PROTAINS, in v,r. die. Guillain-Barre synd. (Pol)) BMSZWSXA, Halina; CHOMA. Leon; FATELSKI, Jersy Selective investigations of permeability of peripheral capillaries., In relation to proteins & lipoproteine. Polskie wewn. 28 no.4:591-595 19580' 1. Z I Iliniki Chorob Wevnetrznych A.M. w Poznantu lierownik: prof. dr med. S. Xweaniewski. Adres autora: Poznan. ul. Dluga,1/2 I Iliniks, Chorob Weim. A.M* (CAPILART PVJMABILITY, of peripheral capillaries In relation to blood proteins & lipoproteins (Pol)) (BLOOD PROTRIES, relation of proteins & lipoproteins to permeability of peripheral capillaries (Pol)) GROMPA, Leon; S KA, Halina; FATRISKI, Jar*y- Capillary permeability for proteins and lipoproteins in healthy persons. Polski tygod. lek. 12 no.40:1521-1524 7 Oct 57. 1. Z I Kliniki Chorob Wewnetrsnych A. N. w Poznaniu; kisrownik: prof. dr Stefan Leaenlevski i z Zakladu Chenii Y12jolOgiCgUej W Poznnniu; kierownik: prof. dr Mislaw Stolzmen. Adres: Poznan. u1. Dluga 1/2 1 Klin. Ghor. Wewn. A. M. (GAYINART PAMWILITY, deters. t o prote ins, & I ipoprote ins (PROTBINS filtrability through capillary walls) (LIPOPROTBIM same) EXC!ITTA ','~EDI"A See. 6 Vol. 11/8 Aug- 5? 1A T-a ~ A-,-[ T. 4920. PATELSKI J- SZERESZEWSK.A If. and CHODERA L. Zakl. Cheni., Fizjol. i I Klin. Choi. Wewn. A. M., Pozna6. v Lipoproteiny krwi w zespotachnerezycowych. Blood lipoproteina in the no-phi-oti(' syndrome 1101,.ARCILMEDAEWN~T. 1956, Illus. 2 Blood lipoprotein determinations by means of paper electrophoresis in 22 patients suffering from nephrotic syndrome showed- (1) an increase of both lipoprotein fractions (a and 0), (2) an increase of the lipoprotein Ola -.*ndex, (3) no correlation of serum cholesterol level with hypo- and dysp rote inae m ia, (4) a correlation of the lipoprotein Pla index with serum protein pattern and with the severity of the clinical condition. Michajlik - Warsaw f'A T WOMR, Klee 278 law.; PATHISKI Jersy.:FILIPEK. Helena. Clinical value of quantitative determination of gama globulin in the cerebrospinal fluid. Polski tygod. lek. 12 no.26:981-985 24 June 57. 1. Z Kliniki Newologicznej A. M. w Posnaniu; kierownik: prof. dr. A. Dowzenko i z Zakladu Chemil Fitiologicznej A. M. w Poznnnis Kierownik. Prof. dr Z. Stolzmann. (GAMMA GWBULIN, in cerebrospinal fluid, determ. (Pol)) P T., 1, 3 V 1 , J: " -, b2f WENMR, MieczyBlaw; PATEISKI, Jerzy; FILIPEK. Helena Electrophoretic clanges of serum protein picture following pneumoencephalography. Polaki tygod. lek. 12 no-31M89-1194 29 July 57. 1. ( Z Kliniki Neurologicznej A. M. w Poznaniu; kierownik prof. dr A. Dowzenko I z Zakladu Chemii Fizjologicinej A. M. w Poznaniu; kierownik: prof. dr 2. Stolzmann). Adres: Poznan, u1. Garbary 40 K. 5. (VFMRICUIDGRAPHY, pneumoencephalograph.v, eff. on blood proteins, electrophoreaia (Pol)) (BLOOD PROTEINS, off. of pneumooncephalography. electrophoresis (Pol)) PATELSKI,_ Jerzy; SZERESZYdSYA, Halina; CHODXRA, Leon -mom Blood lipoprnteins in nephrotic syndromes. Polskie arch. ned. wown. 26 no.10:1515-1528 1956. 1. Z Zakladu Chenti Fizjologicznej A.M. w Poznaniu Kierownik: prof. dr. med. Z. Stolzmann I I Kliniki Chorob Vewnetrzrych A.M. W P02naniu Kierownik: prof. dr. mod. S. Kwasniewski. Poznan. I Klinift. Chorob Oewn. A.M. u1. Dluga 1/2. (NEPHROSIS, blood in, lipoproteins (Pol)) (LIPOPROTEINS. in blood, .In nophrosis (Pol)) PATELSKI, Jerzy; SZFRESZIUSXA, Tialina; CHODIRA, Lnon Blood itpoproteIns In nephrotic 97ndromes. Polskle arch. ted. wown. 26 no-10:1515-1528 1956. 1. Z Zakladu Chemij Fizjologicznej A.M. w Poznaniu Kierownik: prof. dr. mad. Z. Stolzmann I I Kliniki Chorob Wewnetrznych A.M. w Poznanlu Kierownik: prof. dr. mad. S. Kwasniewski. Poznan. I Klinike, Chorob tiewn. A.M. u1. Dluga 1/2. (NEPHROSTS. blood In, lipoproteins (Pol)) (LIPOPROTEINS, in blood, .in naphrosis (Pol)) SZMSZIVSKA, Halina; CHODERA, Leon;-PATELSKI, Jerzy Proteins and lipoproteina in the blood in diabetes mellituB. Polskle arch. med. wewn. 26 no.10:1529-1542 1956. 1. Z I Kliniki Chorob gewnetrznych A.M. w Poznaniu Kierownik: prof. dr. med. S. Kwasniewski I z Zakladu Chemil Fizjologictnej A.M. w Poznaniu Kierownik: prof. dr. med. Z. Stolzmann. Poznan, I Klinika Chorob Wewn. A.M., u1 Djuga 112.. (DIABETES MELLITUS. blood Ind., lipnproteins & proteins (Poi)) (BLOnD PROTEINS, in various diseases, diabetes mellit,is (Pol)) (LIPOPROTRINS, In blood. In diabetes mellitus (Pol)) DOWZINKO, Anatol; WMDER. Miecayelaw; PATELSKI, Jer2y Cerebrospinal, fluid changes in disseminated sclerosis of unusual intensity; clinical observations. Neur. &c. polska 6 no.2:171-179 Mar-Apr 56. 1. Z Kliniki Chorob Herwowych A.M. w Posuaniu Klerownik: prof. dr. A. Dow2enko, Z Zakladu Chemil risjologicznej A.M. w Poznanlu Kierownik: prof. dr. Z. Stol2mann. (CEMROSPINAL YLUID, in various diseases, multiple sclerosis of unusual intensity (Pol)) (MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS, cerebrospinal fluid in. case of unusual intensity (Pol)) " " 0 M A a M-=- _ _4 - remittal .-M, -at" ails s 7 sloe IS* *so "00, MA.Uyer fro" of CbWgC A. 1,. j'Aiv%,Ko. A A ik I lee s, a v Awn 1 14 (1044- I*Wls are give" fit c"Otille"o114ons Inade to [hr thin-Isyrr narrhAulant (TZ) at iker 6-to'kil Ao- as plant. The caPicilY sal the ferd" is A) to IM tolls P" Aq a r hr 9 t 8 j d . to ooss pe to - 24 hr.. but it cqn to, yo InWe o1 the rapid contloustion of the meal in the thin 00 a layrr of the ThAlle. a tkon of it did not Ulm load it w%, r4vt-%-tfy PAlt in thr disMki2kioll lee ki to F,%iw the cad conjent front to 44 to H life' It Z R Joe see to 0 too 13* 0-11A LL14WAL Lotfoltoll Aloe a AV Ica is .0 0." art 14 %$kill GO Ooov M 0 Ad 0 0 0 1 w I Ma 0 0 a; 0 4 N 9 A a 3, 9 -0 9 d" 0000001 '00 00, 0 a 0000 0 0 06 0 0 0 0000000000000600000 j, 000000 000000000:60000se 00 .000 00 00900~90**00111100*09 AUTHOR: None Given 72-2-lW2C TITLE: The Production of Glass in the Ukrainian SSR Must be Developed (Razvivat' proizvodstvo stekla v USSR) From the Technical Conference of PlepvwAativeSof the Glass Industry (3 tekhnichesko soveshchaniya rabotnikov stekol'noy 70 promyshlennos i . PERIODICAL: Steklo i Keramika, 1958. Nr 2, pp. 43-45 (USSR) ABSTRACT: This conference was called by the Ministry for the Industry of Building Materials of the Ukrainian SSR as viell as by the Ukrainian- and Stalin-Regional NTO for Building Materials and took place on December 10-12, 1957 at Konstantinovka. The minister for the build- ing material industry of the Ukrainian SSR, Moroz, opened the con- ference and stressed the fact that the production of glass must be increased. The following reports were further delivered: 1.) Patenko, (Deputy Minister for the Building Material Industry) spoke about the present stage of the glass industry, and pointed out what work muat be carried out in future. 2.) Solinov (Director of the Institute for Glass) gave a report con- cerning new kinds of glass products for dwelling- and industrial Card 115 buildings and how they are to be properly used in practice. The Production of Glass in the Ukrainian SSR Must be 72-2-18/20 Developed. From the Technical Conference o' Representatives of the Glass Industry 3.) Dubrovskiy (Director of the Ukrainian Branch of the Institute for Glass) described the work carried out by this institute. 4.) Tykaohinskiy (Institute for Glass) gave a detailed description of the part played by the factors determining the intensity of the process of glass meltin 5.) Zhirnov ("Proletariyl plant~*spoke about the success achieved by this plant. 6.) Lev (Representative of the Giprosteklo Institute) spoke about the distribution of new produats. 7.) Alekseyev (Academy for Building and Architecture of the USSR) spoke about the assortment, quality, and value of building glass. 8.) Il'inskiy (Head of the Pyrometrio Department of the Giprosteklo) spoke about the perfecting of glass smelting furnaces during future repair work. 9.) K.I.Borisov (PKB of the Institute for Glass) spoke about improved constructions of glass smelting furnaces and flues. Card 215 The Production of Glass in the Ukrainian SSR Must be 72-2-18/20 Developed. From the Technical Conference of Representat1ves of the Glass Industry 10.) golomin, Professor Institute for Glass) spoke about re- fractories for tank furnaces. 11.) Pronin (Lisichansk Works) reported about dinas products of high stability. 12.) Bondarev (Director of the "Avtosteklo" Works, Konstantinovka) dealt with prospects for building glass. 13.) Firer (Representative of the Gomel Plant) spoke about the pro- duction and use of glass tubes and foam glass. 14.) Zabkov (Director of the Plant imeni October Revolution) spoke about the prospects of the production of special glass pro- ducts. 15.) Bazhbeyk-Melikov (Scientific Collaborator of the Institute for Glass) gave a report on building glass blocks. 16.) Abakumov (Chief Engineer of the Skopino Works) spoke about the production of glass blocks in this plant. 17.) Shatokhin (Institute for Glass), Polik (Institute for Glass Fibres), Koryagina (Ivotsk Plant) spoke about glass fibres. Card 3/5 The Production of Glass in the Ukrainian SSR Lust be 72-2-1P,/20 Developed. From the Technical Conference or Representatives of the Glass Industry 18.) Perederiyenko (Director of the Glass Works at Lvov) spoke about plate glass of high quality. i9.) )Ayasnikov (Dotsent of the Polytechnic Institute of Kiyev) spoke about the production of glass tiles. 20.) Reznikov (PKB of the Institute for Glass) , Minakov ("Avto- steklo" "Viork-s. Konstantinovka) , Dolbin ("Proletariy" Works) Kolesnikov (Plant imeni October Revolution) , Zhirnov (TsKB Iff'SM Ukrainian SSR) spoke about problems of mechanization. 21:~ Pod"yel'skiy spoke about the packing of glass. 22 Baklanov (Head of the Sovnarchose Stalinsk) spoke about the development of new building materials in that province. 23-) Potanin (Deputy Chief of the Department for Building Materials of the Gosplan USSR) spoke about general problems of the glass industry. Decisions were made with a view of increasing the efficiency and Card LV5 the quality of the products of glass works and the works producing The Production of Glass in the Ukrainian SSR Must be 72-2-18/2r- Developed. From the Technical Conference of RePreSentatives of the Glass Industry refractories. On the basis of the Ukrainian branch it is intended that a Ukrainian Scientific Research Institute for Glass be established at Konstantinovka. AVAILMLE: Library of Congress Card 5/5 USMANOV, Kh.11.; YULICHIBAYEV, A.A.; KIKHA&UHANOV, R.; GOltDlYFNKO, A.A.; VALIYEV, A.; PATFUKO, A.A.; DORDZHIN, G.30. Radiation polymerization of vWl fluoride. Vysokam.soed. 5 no.8tl277 Ag 163. (MIRA 16:9) (Vinyl compounds) (Polymerization) (Radiation) ACCESSION NNR: AT4040808 S/3090/62/000/001/0205/0206 AUTHOR: Usmanov, K11. U. Yullchibayev, A. A.; Mai~dzhanov, R. Gordiyenko A. A./.,Pateako A. A./ Dord--hin G. S-1 52--1 Valiyev, A. TITLE: Radiation polymerization of vinyl fluoride SOURCE: AN UzSSR. Institut Ichimii polimerov. Fizika i khimiya prirodny*kh i sirteticheskikh polimerov, no. 1, 1962, 205-206 TOPIC TAGS: vinyl fluoride, polyvinylfluoride, radiation polymerization, benzoyl peroxide catalyst ABSTRACT- The authors describe some of the results of a systematic study carric~ oui at the Laboratoriya Idiiiiiii polimerov Taslikentsicogo gosuniversiteta (Laboratory of Polymer Chemistry, Tashkent State University) to determine the optimal conditions for the pro- duction of polyvinylfluoride. In this study, the reaction between acetylene and anhydrous hydrogen fluorido was carried out in the Cras phase at 100-120C in the presence of mercury and barium chlorides absorbed on activated charcoal. The reaction mixture was cooled with the aid of dry ice to - 78C, and the monomer which condensed at this temperature was placed Into glass ampules and irradiated with various doses of S-rays from C060. A i.Cord 1/2