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GORDON, I.M.; FICHAKHCHI. L.D. Polarization of light in the "missloi lines of unstationary store, excited by a synchoroton radintion o! relativistic electrons. Dokl. AN SSSR 120 no. 1:55-51 Mr-Je "59. (MIRA 11:7) 1. Predstavleno akademikom V.A. Amber tsumys nom. (Stare--SDectra (Electrons) .;/I b5, o I/ 00b/'C)01,'()Ob/ 0 11 10 0 L) 2 10 "1". u305 AUT HOR: Pichakhchi. , L D On the stability of a tan~,,,?ntial discoiitinuity in a rare'L--~c(: plasma PERIODICAL; Ukrayins'kyy fizychnyy znurnal, v. 6. no 1. 19ol, 8b-92 T F.:--,'f Magnetohydrodvnamic eouations of G i -;riew, uoidberger and F.S. Low (Ref,, 1- Proc Roy Soc , ,Q50. 112. 19Db, are used L)y the author to examine the stability of a tangential disc ont 1-nuity in a plasma It is assumed that tiie plas-tr.i can oe descrIDec- ~,,v. P Lvi v ~vi i k H'. k H k r- H, .1~ dt iik J k X k where P - D "ik 01 6 ik Hilik 1.2) H2 6P , div v t 0 St 3) Card 1/3 On the stabilitv. ~ . - 'i . S-185/61/000/00i/006/011 j.-!lf)/'ij305 OH T-Ot .' vH div H 0 'vjj It C d ~p, d p~ 2 -7 : n. 5) Cit ~P dt -, Within the frwnework olf Eqs (1)-(5) the tensors .,:nicr, ,,jvc i he densities of the momentum and enerp, are: - jj21 ik ~vivk ' Pij~~ HiHk 1.4 ik 41, 2 ~2 H ~.vH) H -vH-- v 2 Hip whe re C (p.L ~njl i s the 3pecitic internaL energy cf the plasma. From Eqs (b) and (7) t he conditions for a t angenti al di scontinui ty are easily obtained: vx . (), Hx 0, t8) r o (9) 1p, [12 Gard .213 S,, 1&.5/61/006/ OOL/00o/ Oi L On the stability L)2 10/J305 The magnet-.c field H and nie velocity v lie :.n the plane of tne dis- contirvaity and can sufter chai-Wes ("jumpu") .-)f arbitrary magnitij(ie The iumps w tlie density e and t1te pressure anisotropy a , 1) - p_ , where P., rc I a te d t 0 r he (TI ~qlne t i c f i e Id b v 9 t tial discont inui, tv st aoi I i ty i s inve, t gated by the metrod ei:~ployed by S I . Syrovatskiy h~ef , 4 - Trudy I i zicnesxogo institut a. b L~). 1950.1 for magnet onyd rodvilami CS With scalar pressure A necessary stability con(iition is derivc(; for arbitrary jumps at tlie tangelltial discontinuity 1-or the sperial rase~ wtl(--,P. cnly the plasma vcLo(:,.tv suffers a succler chang(, ti-,o s'abl~li;',v rr_-7,icn is founc -Ir 'Lerms 01 plasma Darameters 1, r" ow 11 C" ~,Ifrl P-_ t1 S El a C' e7 rui .c. s -, o r i!enan for suggesting tnis work C',~ere arc- I and / references 6 i'ne rcterence to Lhe :~.nglisr_ .~,oviet-bloc and 1 non-oviot language puDl.ic,~tion reads as follows ~Ihew. M i, Go I d be rge r and F S iow I~roc Roy -~, oc A23t. i L., 1166 CC I ;Vi 10 N Ktiarkivs kyv ierzIhavrvv universytet ir.i o I: hor koty) ;Khar kr)v ~Ita?v Universi-ty hn ik IM joy 16y - ~-'UBIIIT'ty.ij 'Pri 1 9 1 Card 3/,3 PICHAKHCHI, N.V.; RAYEV, I.I. Preparation of chaplets. Lit.proizv. no.2:23 F 156. (Foundry machinery and suppliao) (MW Qt6) z/o41/62/ooo/oo6/003/003 E16o/E472 AUTHOR: Pfchal, Miroslav, Engineer, Candidate of Sciences. TITLE: --rVe---turbulent boundary layer on a plane plate without a pressure gradient in a stream of high turbulence intensity PERIODICAL: Strojn:fcky'casopia, no.6, 1962, 552-571 TEXT: The experimental research on this isubject was carried out at the Institute of Machine Research Czechoslovak AS with the aim of investigating the influence of the external flow turbulence on the development of the boundary layer and on the separate values characterizing it. The theoretical background and -the basic characteristic equations are based on the assumptions of the two- dimensional non-compressible flow and cover the energy balance and velocity distribution within the boundary layer, as well as viscous stresses near the plate. Since the thickness of the boundary layer is small, special equipment as well eLs special measuring techniques had to be developed. They include: multi-probes, consisting of two rows of small Pitot tube*i, which wore used for rapid determination of velocity distribution across the boundary layer; multi-micromonometers; miniature probes used for measuring ~-Card 1/3 Z/C41/62/00o/oo6/003/003 The turbulent boundary layer ... E160/E472 viscous stresses and sta-tic pressures. Records of readings were taken photographically. Experiments were carried out in a recirculating wind tunnel, having a 1.59 x 2.84 sq.ft. working section, equipped with artificial means for increasing the main stream turbulence. The experimental flat plate was a 1.18 inch thick wooden board with a 21-5* chamfer on the leading edge and highly polished with a shellac solution on the surface where the measurements were taken. Experiments were carried out at two basically different turbulence levels, one very low - 0.19% given by the inherent properties of the wind tunnel - and the other artificially raised and gradually decreasing from 17 to 10% along the plate. Further tests were also carried out using turbulence creating wires, 1 mm diameter, placed 2.5 mm above the top surface and 50 mmi downstream from the leading edge. Results are qualitative and have shown that the disturbance of the flow velocity, caused by the leading edge, stabilizes more rapidly when the turbulence level is higher. This is explained in terms of the normal conception of the mechanism of the turbulent boundary layer where greater interchange of mass and energy is said to Card 2/3 A~ 2./041/62/(>00/006/003/003 The turbulent boundary layer ... E160/9472 qccur between the layer and the main stream. With regard to the ;rictional forces at the surface of the plate, these were found to bA greatly affected by the intensity of turbulence prevailing in the main stream. Local increase in turbulence, within the boundary layer itself, also exercises an influence on these frictional forces. An attempt is made to obtain a universal dimensionless representation of the velocity profile within the boundary layer. Experimental data obtained show very little scatter. It has also been proved that the constants in the logarithmic law of speed distribution in the boundary layer have no general validity and their magnitude depends on the degree of turbulence of the main stream. There are 6 figurejo. ASSOCIATION: Ustav pro -%ryzkum stroj?a 6SAV Praha (Institute for Machine Research Czechojolovak AS Prague) Card 3/3 AUTHORS: TITLE: Kvetoa, Josef, Engineer, of Sciences, Engineer . k' I z,?o4l/62/000/004/001/001 E160/E435 Pi ,chal, Miroslav,_Candidate Variable turbulence wind tunael of the (Czechoslovak) Institute for Engine Research PERIODICAL: Strojnl'cky c5asopis, no.4, l962., 339-354 TEXT: The Institute for Engine Research CSAV has for sonic time concerned itself with investigations into turbulence and boundary layer. The wind tunnel described in this article caters for one facet of Lais work, namely research into the influence of turbulence onto the boundary layer. At the same time this tunnel also had to be suitable for subsequent investigations into problems of two-dimensional flow. The tunnel had to satisfy the following requirements: the lowest possible turbulence level, adjustable over a wide range; the conditions to be suitable for fairly large plane, or even curved, moduls; for the given flow velocities, the tunnel had to fit into a limited space, be eventually transportable to a permanent building, whilst the Card 1/3 Z/0111 /02/00l-)/0011/00) /(,()I Variable turbulence wind ... E160/E435 overall energy input was fixed at approximately 75 k`;- Jht, filial design was of the recirculating type, having two long hoi-izosiL,il passages placed above each other, connect(id k)v Oiort pansages and corner pieces with vanes. The test section i~ rectangular, 8b5 mm wide, 485 mm high and 1600 mrn long, with 85 mm corner bevels .it 456. Maximum flow volocity i..4 W7 fli/?Ioc. The 1'~rst diffuser, after the test secticiii, has an expansion E,;Atlo of 1:2.75 and the second, after the fan, of 1:3.23, The contracting cone has a ratio of 1:9. The fan is equipped wit!) adjustable biades. -he construction material' is mainly Wood. for frames, as well as plywood for walls which are p.rwintedl. Dimensional tolerances are of the order or +i~/~ or better. Af t ei completion, the entire insta.1lation was first subjected to qualitative smoke tests and then to thorough quantitative to-itirl.z to verify that uniform and constant flow velocities were nchii%o-d across sections at important stations of the tunnel. The turbulence intensity can be varied with t;he help of :screuns, plus streamers if required, placed at the entry to the test Secti."ll. It proved possible to achieve the turbulence intensities Of the Card 2/3 Z/043/62/000/004/'001/001 Variable turbulence wind ... E16O/*E435 test flow in the range 0.19 to approximarely 10%, There are 21 figures and 2 tables. ASSOCIATION: 6stav pro vy-zkum strojd ~SAV, Praha (Institute for Engine Research, ~SAV, Prague) SUBMITTED: FebruarY 5, 1962 Card 3/3 MTOW, Josef, inz.; FICUL, Mixoslav, inz., C.Se. Aerodynamic tunnel with a changeable tuxbulence level of the Macine Research Institute. Stroj cas 13 no-4:329-351, 162o 1. Ustav pro v7zkmm stroju, Ceakoolovenoka akademie ved, Praha. PICHAL, Miroslav, inz., C.Sc. ---------- Turbulent boundary la7er on a plans pla*;e without presmire ga4dient in high intensit7 turbulence flowing. Stroj caB 13 no.6:552-57; 162, 1. Ustav pro vyzkum stroju, Ceskoslovenska akademie ved, Praha. BALLO, i, dor. inz "', , ; *,,I ~ IH A'.,, M - , i n, . '-,r - , I "4 v F le ve r. * n 1 r-. - ~- r r r., * I , r.~' ,- , - - , ~ ~ '~ " " D P I , e - , ~' 1 - - 16 n . -, - -1 " , , ..I -E:s M., r a v i r. oan -t r A VP 3 an lurbulent b-)unAary iayer nn a fllq*~ vi.,Ate in tiow w---h rugh lr.'.FT-s'i~~ of t~irt,-illr~rrt! I Inst4 ".(,c hns :)v -ik -In FICHAL, Zdenek, in2. Solution of underground sections of the municipal public transport in 1'rague. In2 stavby 11 no.l.):398-400 0, 163. I I ~ I ~ F t I I SUSTER, M., pr(,f. dr., DrS~.; PIGEON, M. ,- I --,: c 3 11 -~ : ~-Il d a -1 a - - - - r~ 'am, I i a! i,,. - -' 4 Er c e -. f s c -- e r ~r- R. & 'dE - r, ~ E Cesk. (-'-c)l aryng. 14 r G. I : 2?-Y! F 16.',. 1. Otolaryrgologioka klinika Lektirske' fakulty University P- Safarika v Kr3sicibeh (prediata: prof. dr. M. Suste: DrSc.). BBG3W,AN, F.; BUTTLAR, N., GAUTIMMANS, F.; ISAAK, N.; PICHCHIOTTO. To. - Now n"thod for determining thp nge of urRnium minerals by neanm of the lead method. Binl.Kom.po;30-85 '55. (MLU Q:10) (Urnninn-Dacay) 1 2, 411= 'N4 Zoe. pT I ta AM PICHMM, Ya.D.; RUSANOV, K.S.: KHARITONOV, HA.; SHPITAL'NIKOV. A.G. Roofing support by means of bolts. TSret. met. 26 no.2:11-19 Mr-Ap 153. (XLRA lOrq) (Mine timbe:ring) Influence of the rate Of ag;ita on and aeration of the pulp on re- covery of oxidized lead mineral during flotation. TSvet.met.29 no.12:20-26 D '56. (KLU 10:2) Orlotation) Fl-ET, '. . 1 11 f, it I i 7'. 4 . . "Aca..emi --*.ar. Yiiri ' 1 - .-' - -- -~: , -, Y,~ ;,y , , I ; , I , . V.:. . 7-1 -/ , - I ., t, - , ..- - 1 -1 - llauv . ." .1 . ---I lli~'.. heport -1 NO%. ': ),)I. PICHIKIN, A.G.;RYABUSIIKO, P.D. Reasons for the lose of winter wheat anew some means of avoiding it. Zemledelie 4 no.10:49-54 0 156. (MLRA 9:11) (Wheat) (Plants. Effect of tempeirature on) Al"k k"ML -3, W~od Wnd Oak t Awm (V 8 U 1 w7 11 j . . Le . at .) W a cummit dcprrA* an tht liammm" of a = (h w i k W of so l 4 . btn the ou"m Is b"IffruptsA thr TM an lbe emumakfAm of m. a The bdavio cl own wvn& I& In m by Its pftv6ow hiamy. aw mprodamble rmdb 00 00 -Atai-d mlv aDiks %triedy unifam cu"U", jU drjVALiA&" pu&mtisl, so 0 e Im lft,41, um-Wh --I t4att,,i-I 14 It C A 0 *0 so 00 of 06 00 00 0 0 00 00 00 so oat 00 60 00 00 90 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 6 00 0 0 00 0 * * 0 0 0 0 W 0 f 0 000000000e00 0 00 0 * 0 FILIMIN, A.T.; PICHETA, K.V.-, KONSTANTINOV. B.A.; AL'TSWqZR, E., tek-hn. redo.'7011"4L~ (Mechanization of labor-consuming waual machining operations in the machinery industry] Nekhaniz!)tsiia trndoemkikh ruchnylch otdolochnykh operataii v ma shinostroanii. Moskva, Goe.rwuchno- tekhn.komitet Soveta ministrov SSSR, 1959. 62 p. (MIRA 12:12) (Machinery industry) PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/13527 Filippkin, A. T.,.K. V. Picheta, and B. A. Konstan';inov ..... .... . . . Mekhanizatsiya trudoyemkikh ruchnykh otdelochnykh operatsiy v mashinostroyenii (Mechanization of Laborious Hand Finishing OperiLtions in Machine Building) Moscow, 1959. 62 P. 1,500 copies printed. Sponsoring Agencies: USSR. Gosudarstvennyy nauchao-tekhnicheakiy komitetp and Akademiya nauk SSSR. Institut nauchnoy informatsil. Mel nauchno-tekhnicheokoy infor-matsii. Sektor mashinostroitellnoy promyshlennosti. Tech. Ed.: E. Al'tshuler PURPOSE: This booklet is intended for technical personnel working in the field of machine part finishing. COVERAGE: The authors describe briefly the techniques involved in the use of abrasive belt, grinding and polishing, tumbling, hydrclibiusive polishing, and power brushing. These efficient methods are not widely used in the USSR because of shortage of production of good abrasive belts. No personaJIties are mentioned. Mere are 9 references, 7 English, and 2 German. Card 1/3 Necbanization of LaboriouB (Cont.) SOV/3527 TURZ OF CONTENTS- Introduction 3 Grinding and Polishing of Parts With Abrasive Belts 4 Methods of machining parts with abrasive belt 5 Machining regimes and sequence of operations 8 Mama polishing 10 Polishing parts which are mechanically fed 12 lWortanee of lubrication, coolants, and the grain size of belts in machining of parts 14 Benfip~-~bvlt-tnm grinders and polishing machines 22 Power Braebing or Parts 31 Designs of paver-brushing machines 31 Seiection of the type of brush 37 Hydroabrasive Polishing 45 Barrel Tumbling 48 Card 2/3 PICHIKIN, A.G., kund.9el'Bkokhozyap3tvenrkykh naik Poor cidtivation practices cause losses in winter crop 7ields. Zemledelie 7 no.6:79 Je '59. (MIRA 12:8) (Grain) (Tillamg) YAVORSKIY, Yu., komndir zvene (Nikolayev)j PICHEMIN, I.,, Samestitell kmandira podrazdeleniya (Kherson) Airplanes and helicopters go out on the fiolds. Grazhd. av. 22 no.506-17 W 165. (MIRA 180) PICHINOTY.F. Study of the reduction of oxygenated compounds of mineral azote In bacterias. 1. Measurement of the activity of nitrate reductase of the cellular extract of Aerobacter aerogenes. Folia microbiol 5 no.1:1-9 160. (KRAI 9:6) 1. Laboratoire de Cb1mie Bacterienne, Centre National de la Rechrehe Scientifique. Centre de Rech9rchee Scientifiques Industrielles et Maritimea, karseille. (Nitrogen ) (Bacteria) (Nitrates) (Aerobacter) (Reductases) PICHINOTY, F, Assi.mi-lative reductim of nitrate by the aerobic cultures of Aerobacter aerogenes. Influence of the azoted nutrition or. growth. Folia microbiol 5 no.3:165-1?0 160. (EEAI 9:10) 1. Laboratoire de Chimie Bacterienne, Centre National dela Recherche Scientifique, Centre de Rec~ercl-es, S.I.M., Marseille. (AEROBACTER AEROGENES) (NITRATES) LITVINENKO, N.M.; PICHKA, A.A. Stand for testing moring devicea. Ogneupory 22 no.3:12?- 128 'S7. (?URA 1015) (Cablea-Testing) PICHKA, V.Ye. Eco-7ogy of spiders of the central forest stappe. Zool. zhur. 44 no.4-527-536 t65. (Mrq-~ 18:6) 1. Kafedra entomolog.Li --Bkcvskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. P T '-:FA, '.Ye. Spider fauna in '.hf- (:aver c, ,e.!-.erTi '.rarscaurarla. i-4 lb5- 1 . - -j 1. Ka',~d:-a ,oFur-ars-1ver.nor,~ 'u.: *-,-,e-s-'.e.-,F-. KIRILLOV, Yu.D.; PICHKAR', N.Ya, Mathods of lowering the cost of cemert. TSement 29 n0-4318- 19 Tl-Ag Ir,3. (KRA 16:11) 1. Zdolbunovskly tsementno-shifernyy kmbinat. PICHKHADZB, I.F., inzhener. .- f - UP-1-- - - --,, *~,-,f"tening cables on supports. Rate. I izobr. predl. Joint Ibr-'- stroi. no.150-.11-13 '56. (MLRA 10-5) 1. Tbiliaskove otdoleniye Gosudaretvennogo proyektnogo inatituta Tyazhpromelektroproyekt. (Electric cables) PICHKHAk7.L_L.P,,- in2h. 1_1~ . Lock for fastening guys and sta7s during the installation of supports. Energetik 6 no.4:22-23 Ap '58. (M]:RA 11:4) (Electric lines-Poles) AUTHORt ~ichkhadze, Enp-ineer TITLE; A Luck for Fastenirig Spano iind Fopes to the Njlvs Their Mounting (Zamok dlya krepleniya ottyazhek --* trGs-v k oporam ;~ri ikh ustanovke) PERICDICAL: Energetik, 1958, Nr 4, pp 22-"~ (USSR) ABSTRACTi During the mounting of Ioles for power transmissii)r. 11:nes, the ropes are usually fastened to the poles by aieans of knots, which must be disconnected after the installation work is fin.sheJ. The arficle describes the design ani opera- t; ion of a lock with a built-In spring, which oosens ine ropes !'roiri tne ~ ~).es w:t~,-ut --limbing "hem. Tho strLsses and ;iirijonsl ,ns t,f `e lock ur,d ri~pe Tt.- 3'rit".- --i-d f",:- '-e lock -,s 7.-a-~e lln.rmal" a -in-4or twine :.,N- res~on--Inc to "GOST, '-72c,--~,-" or 3f a twi:-,*&,..-c,rre- s~undinE- to "GOST ~,107-419% There are 2 oiap-,rrims. 1. Transinission -LInes-Constructio!, Card .1/1 ABELISHVILI, L.G.; TRAPAIDZE, L, T.; PICHKHADZF, I.P. Study of the carrying capcity of elertric railroads taking into account traction current supply systens. Soob. AN Gruz. SSR 31 no. 3:661-668 S 163. (MIRA 17:7) 1. Gruszinskiy politekhnicheskiy institut .-.meni Lenina. 2. Chlen-korresponcient AN CruzSSR (for Abe",~.shvili). PICHKRADZE, I.P. I narical calculatior. of composi*-e Some character'stics cf the mec" . I wires. Trudy GPI fGruz.] no.7:171-178 163. (KIIRA LF:f~. PIC],FHADZEE, T.P. f~ ~-:-Put in ~-. c f' a .9 1 c c -7rvr L : - f r-~ a. _. . locomot've. Slob. A:: -,-u--. SSR -~9 ~ . 3.-3C.'-3L4 S ft~~' f -,,:I, 1. G.-uz'r_,3;, ~.: : (" I ;i.:~ : tut :me- 1 1.(!., Tl '' `~Ii. subr'tted "llne 2 , 1061. /II, 1. /- ,11 - - --, I. PICHEHADZE H 4 - , ~C-twy~ ~ffi-nto-r~~y of the Promethean problem. Soob.AF Gruz.SSR 19 no.'1:121-127 J1 '57. (MIRA 10::12) 1. Tbilisakiy gosudarstvennyy universitet im. Stalina. PredstAvleno chlenom-korreepondentom Akademii A.G.Baramidze. (Titans (My-thology)) G(~TSIHIDZE, A.M., prof., red.; BETANELI, A.M., d:)ktor med. nauk, red.; KHECHlNASFV1LI, N.N., kand. med. nauk, dots., red.; NADIRASHVILI, S.A., kam. med. nauk, (jots., red.; NIKOLASHVILI, D.A., kaDd. biol. nauk,- dot.3., red.; AKFVLED1AN1, 0.1.-1., ~and.biol. nauk, dots., red. (Batumi); PICHKHADZE, H.1., st. prepodavatell, red.,,CI:OIAKHIDZE, D.D., red.; KIF1ANI, E.Ya., red. [Theses and abstracts of the repo.,,ts izesonted at the Third Expanded Scientific Conference on Problem of Physiology De- dicated to the 110-,h Anniversai-i of 1:.E.Vvudenskii' s Birth" Tezisy i referht,, dokladov i~asshii,ennoi nauchnoi konfe.-entsii po problemam fiziologii, posviashchennaia 13WLIbIi!,j so dnia roz~.aeniia N.E.Vvedenskogo. Kutaisi, Go-kor-t vysshego i srednego spetsiallnoro obrazovanAia Soveta 1..inistrov Gruz..~Sl,, 1962. 166 p. (MIRA 17:3) 1. Hasshirennaya nauchnaya konferentsiya po problemam fiziolcgil, posvyashchema,va 110-letiyu so dnya rozhdEniya N.Ye.Vvedenskcgo, 3d, Kutaisi-,iiatumi, 1962. (MI.Lk 17:3) FICHKHADZE, Sh.1, _ Methods fo;- tnt~ preciti$up ot' the apselably of c~'ntrrLie-l dividi4 worm gea_rs. ,'in. i iz_~tr. 34 no.9.-14-16 S '63- (MilA i6:11) #MRIMOV, K. A.; PICHERAME, Sh. V.; NOVIKOV, V. M.; LAVYGIN, I. A. Synthesis mmd now reactions of 8-bydroxyguinoline-butoxyti- twdmw. Izv. AN SSSR Otd. khim. nauk no.1212138-2141 D 162. (MMA 16: 1) 1. Institut alementoorganichaskikh soyedinaniy AN SSSR. (Titaniuta organic compounds) (Quinoline) Yni o ti nl t,,, 1 ic 1 rcic-f-.n tion uf i- nl. n t cl- c 0 3 t'-~ ~4' j- c i z c hei -Y. c a - --)(,:i j t i-I -ne -rl C; .1 th'-s car -ir,.-)! i s rh i n.-. x tu rr~ howvve r i i n,., 1 thr ini I,. i ja I ""t tlie ;ir~n,~ r rl,i.ncl r i c olefin ~.-arbinol:; r,~ " o r h r~ c~ttfily,i t r),- nco vlene -.r--Ivc,)l n -s i tho-i.,ghly. -he c,-tr -n ionr~.~ 4-- 0 frol :~'hyl-pht~nvl -.c;,t~:lenyl-c,-rbinol n,in.,; of th,,a c.,tvl- n i c n,. th f, h,Td-cp,-~,nr'.ir)r -,Ya:3 fou-i : t-, plncr~ L,,:, C-ri 112 2criv-',.iv.-2. '-'*--,e n~arti7n more sl~)-' - n t 11 .2 c Cri t f~,. ) y 1, -, C *::,,j r ~ nil t j, r e p t .-.-n o 1, ~TTT t r , m c t -bil 'I iU tc -:!: lciil:i j,~rbon~ 4 4 is .!,!,icrjbp0 fn r -L 'irst T 'I E.1 - 'I - - - " 'C th nl- P'ZZ rc h AUTHORS: TITLL': PERIODICAL: 2 2 O~, IS72- 21133 190/61 /cO71,/cj'--,',/O0F:/0l C V ill 01 /3207 Andrianov, F. A., Pich?hadze, Sh. Reactions of r)c)'.yor:,anL)ti-tiinosiloxt:ne formation Vyso'r-omo1ekulyarnyye sovedineniya, v. 3, no. TEXT: This study deals with the synthesis of pol~.mers containint- t~.E' -C- I . 3i groui, in t!;e ;Cain cha4n. For tMo :mr~)ose, the follow-inc e- cu-,-ried out: A) Cal,ydrcilysis of dimethyl dichloro silanc-, d-L-I.-2 .!- c gilane or :~,eth,.I-pheriyl dichloro silane with bis-(cyclopenta(.Iienyl)-,14-cl.~(.re t-~tani'-,; (gynthegized acco---,1i!'.t, tc. G. Wilkinson, Ref. 2, see below '). e substances were co~:ydrolyze,l by drop. -ng the components disgolved in t---' i.1to lcV.-, Thus , te:.-,,-ora~ure rese to 450C. Dark red 1 .-n toiuene and.-,,.1ene were o re c'. l btained "in a 7',-*7'j-,, yield. The U ion -'-'d, h,'-~- ever, not fol-Lw the scl-.eme c1l, C'11' H.0 1 1 (C1142SIC12 + (cjjos TiCl, ~()-s' Ti-o Card 1/5 Vx 21133 _.~eac*ions of ... S/19 61 /C C3/004/~C6//Cl 4 31 ClY32C7 b,t v-us accoripa:,.~i~dl by a spl.-LttinE~- off of cyclopentadieny! ~,rou-_;q ICP-" ov.,4nC to tl.e ~y hydrolyzable C-Ti bond. Chemical analysis ~,f the L me r - I d &,1 zin tial ratio Ti : Si atoms - I : 10, the C content torever, r,;~D groui-s had been spl -*t off. To study hydroiyq_~s ore C. 4 r! e jU L" IV t!" b`-- f rdichloro silane viass cohydrolized in acid 1 1 )-dichloro titani~,;,j in acid medium without acce~tur. 'I". u f? , t e CP') L~ruu.o were c,j7.:;)1etely sPlit off and octamethyl cyc.otetrusiloxane it,,id TiO lor-ed . Cohvdro.', ~ I 2 ,,sis of t):e tl4tanium compound with dieth-:1 dJc!~Icro s4-'anu unJ dichloro ,;ilan(, led to the game results, as w,*Lth :Auth--l silane. '_'hese poly.,,iers were viscous 1~quids. T!:e ;nfrured S;,uctra showed the 920 cm-1 band of the Ti-O-Si group. The -ac- t~ori scheme was set up on the basis of experimental data: H 20 R 96-5 1CRR'3iCl + (C H )TiCl ) (-0-4i-)O-Ti- -here R - CH 2 5 5 2 NaOH R, 0 3.5 3 R, = C11 (I); R - C Hry RI - C H (II); R = CH R' - C H (III). To 3- 2 ~ 2 5- 3-' 5 avoid hydro'_.Ysis, B), the exchance reaction between the s,~lts of Card 2/5 Reactions of ... &." -) 3 Cj/iqo/6i/003/004/00Ij/014 11101/B207 1,3-dihydroxy tetramethyl siloxane or 1,5-dihydrc.xy octamethyl t~-a':,_'-)x,_,ne wag carried out with bis-(cyclopentadienyl)-titanium in bunzene ,io'Luti~:,, ' 800C. Yellow polymers wfiich are soluble in toluene or xylene were obtairo-I in a 77-801'. yield. The atomic ratio Si : Ti was 2 : 1 or 4 A:.-,.rt frrIM the exchange reaction: C11, CH3 I' NaO Si _0_~I -0 Na + (CbH4)1 TiC12 -- 1-1 _1" L.112 dbil c C11, '11, fill 2NaC] P 0 - hi - 0 - Al _0_TI_ I -In ('11, c' 11, however, also CPD groups were split off. Infrared spectra revealed the absence of the 770 cm-1 band whioh corresponds to one CPD group on Ti, and the presence of the 870 cm-1 band which corresponds to two CPD Croups o!i V the Ti atom, as well as the bands 1020 and 1050 .m-1 of the Si-O ffrouL in six-membered or multi-membered cycles. Herefrom, the followint- s'ructural Card 3/5 21133 S/190/61/003/004/0C15/014 Reactions of B101/B207 formula was derived for the links of the polymer chain: CHI CII, 0 0 ell, Otis C111, (IV) , C 'k 0 I 0 - 0 - ~i - Ji- - II :> : Cl ; S< C113 cu, 0 ell I CHI I Si SI< C I 1\0 0 / c1l, CHI ell, CHI CHI C'11' M 0 Card 4/5 21133 Reactions o.lF' S/19 B 10 1 YB207 The vitrification temperature of polymer IV was approximately 12'C, while that of V was below OOC. IV showed no flow when heated up to 2500C, wl,,ile with flow occurred when heated to 1000C. Both jolymerg became insoluble after having been heated to 2000C. Thus, it may be concluded that structuration occurred. After evaporation of the solvent, the soluble polymers formed films. The authors thank the collaborators of the optiches- kaya laboratoriya (Optics Laboratory), headed by 1. V. Obreimov, and those of the laboratoriya issledovaniya polimerov (Laboratory for Polymer 3tudes~ headed by G L S'Lanimskiy, for their ready cooperation. There are 2 flC- ures, I tabie, and 3 reierences: 1 Soviet-bloc and 2 non-Soviet-bloc The 2 references to English-language publications read as follows. C L. Sloan, W. A Barber, J. Amer. Chem. Soc~j 81~ 1364t 1959; G Wilkinacn, I M. Birmangham, j Amer Chem. Soc.' 76,74281, 1954~ ASS"CIATION Institut elementoorganicheskikh soyedineni~- AN SSSR (Institute of Elemental Organic Compounds, AS USSR", SUBMITTED. luly 13, 1~60 Card 5/5 27W S/19 6 1 /C,.Cl /0 2 16 B110 X11 G1 AUTHORS: Andrianov, K. A., Pichkhadze, Sh. V., Bochkareva, I. V. TITLE. Polyorganotitanosiloxanes. I. Synthesis of ppoly-lbis-,ace~yl- acetonate) organotitanosiloxaneti PERIODICAL: Vysokomolekulyarnyye soyedi'neni~a, v. 41, no. 13 1-1325 TEXT: As the formation of polymers with linear chains is rendered difficult oviing to the hydrolytic instability of the Ti-O-C bond of the alkox~; derivatives of orthati-.anic acid, the authors tried to use intracom~lex titanium derivatives. The present paper deals with the cohydrolysis of alkyl-(aryl-) chlorosilanes with bis-(acetylacetonate) dichlorotitaniumn (BADT). In the cohydrolysis of dimethyl dichlorosilane (DMDS), dieth,-l dichlorcsilane (DFDS), methyl-phenyl dichlorosilane (IAFDS), and methyl- ymers with TJ-0-S:L vinyl dichlorosilane (MVDS) with BADT, the yield of pol I chains is only 35c/9 in the absence of acceptcrs, since 60", BADT d,~es n,-t react. It hydrolyzes with sel,uration of acetylacetonate 1-,rou~s a.,-.-- tion of TiO 2* The ~c,!".zlers which are well soiAle in convent',;Jns- Card 1/5 277 S/11 0, e 9 61/003/009,/C B1 Polyorganctitanosiloxanes. B116 B1C1 have low melting points. The organic radicalE at the Si atoms have 1:t*1~, effect on cohydrolysis. The ratio Ti : Si is smaller in the .olymers tL;~:i in the initial substances. Pyridine increaseE the yield of cohjdrol-.-s---3 of DMIDS + BADT to 57.6~~'D of DEDS + BADT to 70.',5, of MVDS + BADT to t- and of MPDS + BADT to 63-8,/a. Ultimate analys's and infrared indicate the following reaction: pyri(I ine C S02 ~Clf :,i Ti C (:113 In the cohydrolysis of DIADS + BAN and DEDS + BkDT the atomic of polymers was 1 : 1 with the following comp)sition of the reyeat::-- of the chain: Card 2/5 27568 B/190 61/005/uC)/601,/,~16 y Polyorganotitanooiloxanou. 10 1 O Bl 01 Cits C (I, C, 11 0 On cohydrolysis of MVD3 + 11 A DT und nf 1,11T0 IIADT, th(. is 2 : 1 with the follmvln~,, r(-pc r.tilL, Ullit:; Card 3/5 27568 POIYO rkr(Lno t i L (viotvl 1 i,x u: lit The glasi t ran :i it I t T were found to bt! i,,~,"G to (0000c for 30 m1n, thl: FI, Ill, Ii ,i IV 'if, riot I I s 5000C , 0111Y tilt: 1,cs I J, ~. - , t rI 'I -ci Im I t CaloUlated arriouilt of W~kt:,i- 1'! 1 1, 1 IL -1 1 1:1!: tion of alkj1-(U1-Y1 -) chl oz-u:ill (vii, iri addod I z-~ m tii, funnel by ritirrine. Tvilipuratui-o .,[I 11(hil tion (if BADT. T h, - layer waa ooparatpd f rum Ulu watu i- , t. m, t I I W.-H t. VILI ( I i Li"ll: and diatillod in vacm.. Tilt! yollow dim;oLved rt-it(MY I n Card 4/5 27 5b I S /1 -'-3 /c~; 1/0 C)-~ lr~ 2 !-1, 0 benzene , toluene , acet,-;rie and carccr. le'racn! :)ride .The yieid was f or poly-bi a- (acetylacetonate ", ti'~an me thyls 4. 1 cxane , 4 Ylo f or '.C-V -1 B - acetylace tonate ) ti tanodietny - s a I cx nk- , and 3B% f or poly -t i a - ( acety- - acetonate) titanomethylphenylsiloxane, Cohydrolysis of alkyl-(aryl-' chlorosilanes with BADT in the presence of lyridine gave: 57.6~. for ~oly- bis-(acetylacetonate) titaniumdimeth~lsiloxane; 70.5% for poly-bis- (acetylacatonate) titanodiethylsilaxane; 62% for poly-bia-(acetylacetonate~- titanomethylvinylsiloxarie; and 63.8% for poly-bia-(acetylacetonatei titanomethylphenylsiloxazie. The autrors thank N. A. Chumayevskiy fc;r taking the infrared a-ectra, and G. L. Sionimakiy, Head cf the Laboratcriya issledovaniya polimerov (Laboratory for P31ymer Research), for thermo- mechanical measurements. There are e figures, 3 tables, and 2 references. I Soviet and 1 non-Scvlet. ASSOCIATION: Ins t I t,~ te e I emen rgan, ~~i,ese ~ x n s oyedi ner, I y AN SSSR (Instit.ite z~f Elemental Or,gan,.-- Cuiriounds AS USSR/~ SUBMITTED: Octotel C), 1)66 Card 5/5 33978 /,57 P/ A"' -4 OR ~z K A P: ~:nk a J 7 C- S K r ;l i S t i t Il! I n x a r~ n.-~ -n s Fit nt~,- t nd P~ R,- :' j) T --A L A K j a 3 S S R. z v e s t U.K 2~1-264 J, : n., : a' e t ar';:, s- I ~-)xane lh s to-mers wert s t h e r r%,:, I, t h m r r-1 e r r~ r., -3 r ac-t - r" a t x*, x x . t a r. 7. t t. c d a s -: r c. r; Ref K A nc r ar. v S 33 .31 R '4' EL mc q-, n e a :r an r a' conc.' w a I r w r. M r S *N e silcxare el-stolLei M -It 7 C)JC) i r. f , cat : on t empe ra t u r. a Cl-- C J97 d t ar, -111 me t h 'y I F, x ~J'i T- we'ghl C) n C a vrcqer'l~--, x am c Rof I a[, K k : r, Za v d s k 1 a~% c ra tr r i a -i-as fo,~n` t, b-P ,nflu~n J i t dn a um a Mc'lecular weiFnts W~re I :--T.. T P r Fir, m - r Ti~~r-- Eire f ',tr S, Th., 1 A y um .1'r. S K lm~ "i r~l Am r C!.-n. S, -L 1 5 C 7 f E, em e T. t a, 0~-a% S ~j Vil I e e 2C 20 ZC) --l JU I nes an j JL 0 Ej.- j C; v e ra -S 31 S 001 - 0-,, al" VI 0. -r'5 0 L S/ IS 262/" 1"eliC of ox~ines It 111 11, 11 It It, R it' It It It It - C'11~0 - 0 Si - 0 - 0 - T - UQ1, It, III It, it' Oz,il, '~%e 'i~.tter -Is d-Is ~~roDor t ioned to i I ,y 1 ' i bu ~ o xys - I ane , I I b .e -.ra~,_ a 4- s i loxane , and the ~,o I ~~-..o~,r .-.he fo~ v n j--, s u c c, s s -~ un rt~,,c*-.vlt.-,* ,f orj-,anos~ODxanes w,*.--, btityl ortnot~*,i3.n~",[_'. Dr~;-ar._:c ra'-_~lcp_s are s-,er:.c n r an c e s tir e r e a. ci j,,. :;iSl '_ -.xane et-lers are easy to prepare ~n the -Ilanner ~:e_';Cr 2 f- Les. '.~~res and 4 tab- Card 3/4 Of DrJ~r"Oc.",c A-; z~ A-- n cl o f C of Sciences 5o 1-11,94 S/190/62/0G4/062/0 I ')A,;'I B I 10/B 10 1 AUTHORSs Andrianov, K. A. Pichkhadze,Sh. V., Bochkareva, I. V. TITLEs Polyorganotitanosiloxane8. II. Cohydrolysis of' bis(~icvtyll- acetonate)dichlgro titanium with alkyl(aryl)trichloro silanes PERIODICALs Vysokomolekulyarnyye soyedineniva, v. 4, nq. 2, 1962, 2-56-26C. TEXTs The cohydrolysis of bis(acetylacetonate) dichloroititanium with methyl-ethyl and phenyl triohloro silanes in aqueous mediuip, vjith pyridirv- as acceptor and toluene as solvent, has been investigated. It proceeds as followas CHS CH3 0-~ R H,O )CH MCI, + Uji H (-0- j -O-Ti~ 0 H, Card 1/3 133914 S/190/62/004/OC,2/015/C21 Polyorganotitanof3iloxanes ... B110 B101 In the polymer, the SitTi ratio was always higher than that of the initial substances. Cohydrolysis of bis(acetylacetonate)dichloro titanium with methyl trichloro silane yiclded maximum, poly-bis(hcetyl- acetonate)titano phenyl siloxane (I) minimum ratio. The osmometr_i(',.,1l-Vr determined molecular weight of I was 103,000. All polymers showed, in the infrared spectrum, absorption bands for Ti-O in the Ti-C-,i i,,rou:,, and complete absorption for Si-O in the ~w'i-O-Si group. Analyset; ai,c; investigations of properties of I, poly-bia(acetylacetonote)tit~inf) .%Oh~jl siloxa*ne (11), and poly-bia(acetylacetonate)titano ethyl siloxane (111) showed cyclolinear structure with oxygen-bound chains of eight- or si).- membered rings. The viscosity in benzene was 0.073 for 1; 0.069 'or IT; 0.0670 for III. The yell9w, film-forming polymers were structurized at wo, 16o, and 200OC; they became unsoluble except for I which partially soluble even after 4 hr heating at 2000C. In this case, their thermomechanical properties correspond to those of structurized The structure of II and III is an intermediate stage between cr~_-tai','J1?,._ and amorphous structures, only I is amorpious. The OH groups w(re determined according to Terentlyev. The infrared spectra were takez, -it the opticheskaya laboratoriya INEOS (Opti..,al Laboratory of hec;-] Card 2/3 Polyorganotitanosiloxanea B'10/IB'O' by I V Obreimov. the X ray patternu at Ine laboratoriy:t strukturnogo analiza (Laboratory for X ray Stru~;tura. Anally,;i~' n li_-_ by A I Kitaygorodskiy; the thermomechanical mea~-irem~~n' 's -"e Ta:~- a' the laboratoriya fiziki polimerov (Laboratory for Polymer Pnys-icS' headed by G. L. Slonimskiy Yu 3 Ksimantovskaya IeTc-rmine~ molecular weight. There are 1 figure, ~ tables, ;3nd !" referpn-E- 3 Soviet and 1 non-Soviet.. ASSOCIATION: Institut elementoorganicheskikh tioyedineniy AN SSS~ (Institute of Elemental Organic Compounds AS USSR, SUBMITTEDt February 1'. 1961 Card 3/3 j! t j i r: i -XT -he v, ced pnc-ny I iac ri to xy n e T 1 t h "a q e to i L).~ tc, X:,- ti tan um and the co;.~i-i.., h:r d r :, Ivsis of' ,ictf.*,,>' !.,I I'InU Witt' :1 aC~ taL(_~ -iS i'he vi.,3c(,si t separH ~,A, the c_ njLn.;atic,p. r-,D .'ijct -i s '"'lie re iA c e v , 1 o L) e d ac c o rri i F, o the sei~anitiozi advancod. Card 1/4 Polyorgano-ti tan i uln Card 2/4 0 CsHo GCOCIls CH9O 81 + N. CH cfl~ \Ococllo cil'o \0- c CHS 1 C4115 O-C 2cuscoocolis + -0 -JI-0 -T< \c,, c Polyargano-t I t'l-n 1 1 1. v 0 C I I- El -lie vi o% :Ti r o f D o I ~i,~ e t., 1,t c t- tn t t;j 1; 1 .1m 6-, in :re ii Ttie :,.olecuitir i, i!t ;I tnr: polymor obtaine., n -J b t 1 1 i,~ n-j C) e I I ri 17~::t~ it -ir,-..c ",)mpoun-is I T 3 V r vA~ e Y, r TI. f- P ~l For tlpn n forith I -n tvi 3 t~~ nn [P. itr it -,n,, F ,rg' gn ~"omme r,- a ', 'n, mill Nai~- f,.! r a r. e AIT: DFI A-NIOV, K. 1 -' IK -,~ AD'-E, I .; o','-RDOS A],: I DZE I,: Cnz. SSR '33 r: .0 i-i i:i. n I N, 41's~x! A!,' 5/062/62/000/004/010/013 B1101BI01 no AUTHORSt Andrianov, K. A., Pichkhadze, 3h. V., and Komarova, V. V. TITLEs Reactions of dimethyl cyclosiloxanes with butyl orthotitanato PERIODICALt Akademiya nauk SSSR. Izvestiya. Otdeleniye Ichimicheskikh nauk, no. 4, 1962, 724-725 TEXT: In continuation of earlier papers by the authors (Vysokomolek. soyed. 3., 577 (1961), ibid. .1, 1321 (1961)) an the synthesis of poly- organotitanosiloxanes, the reaction of butyl orthotitanate with dimethyl cyclosiloxanes was investigated. It was establiahed that the siloxane bond was split and that low-molecular org-ano-eilicon compounds formed. 4 hrs' heating at 2000C of octamethyl cyclotetrasiloxane with butyl ortho- titanate in a*ltl molar ratio gives dimethyl dibutoxy silane (b.p. 1860C, n20 . 1.4034) and the hardly accessible 1,3-clibutoxy tetramethyl disiloxanei D 0 20 20 (C12H 30 03Si 2, b. p. 98-100 C (101mm Hg)' nD . 1.40459 d 4 '. 0.866)t Card 1/3 S/062/62/00,D/004/010/013 Reactions of dimethyl cyclosiloxanes ... B110/B101 C11, C11, 0 0 POL YHE cil,I I CUB C'11 to - S' -- 0(14 H , + Ozilmep (I >Si J< d1l, C11, \ / C11, 0 The 3i/Ti ratio was 1:1 in polymer 1, and 1:'.78 in polyme.,:- 11. There are 2 tables. ASSOCIATIONt Institut elementoorganicheskikh soyedineniy Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of Elemental Organic Compounds of the Academy of Sciences USSR) SUBMITTEDs November 12, 1961 Card 3/3 11, Y! V. V. V tyu tI C- t r.4 - c-u-nus Outy titiralles) S/062/62/000/'012/003/007 B117/B101 AUTHORS: Andrianov, K. A., Pichkhadze, Sri. V., Novikov, V. M., and Lavytin, 1. A. TITLE: oynthesis and sumo reactions of B-oxy-quinoline butoxy titanium PERIODICAL: Akademiya nauk SS,~R. Izvestiya. Otdeleniye khimicheskikh nauk, no. 12, 1962, 2136-2141 TEXT: -'--oxy-quin !in,! tributoxy titanium was synthesized by the action if 8-hjdroxy-quinoline on tetrabutoAy titanium at - 1400C; C 21H3304NTi, liCht- gTeen cr.-.-.-, lals -,-;ricn nyurolyze --.,,sily, m. T - 55-560(;. At a 1:1 ratio of the twu coa,,-,;nt~nts, apprc~ximdte,y equal ai.uunts of B-oxy-quincline tributuxj- titar.iuu~ ana bis-(a-oxy-quinoline)dibutoxy titanium ar~ form,~d: 0 N Ti, yullov. --ry!,tals, ri.j. 149-1500C. The latter hydrolyzed in 26'-53 4 2 a neutral medium viti~ tLe cluavaee of butoxy .-rouis only, jif-'idint a r,roduct identified as bi.~-~8-ocy-quir.olinL-'-dihydroxy titaniuni C 11 :J 1; T" j 18 14 4 2 oran6e* nonfusible cry!,-.als, %t.ici, di,~inteerate at 4300C. The ccndensation' Card j,'2 Syn t t,es i -~n-* Lom~ :,u c f . . . Gf bis-(,~-)x ;-.iuin-. I rit, i i-Y ).(j t I tan 1 ~~" 3 howqd U.LL t - a r i;uf aratc(l Ly huitin L 4 hi s structure o" bio-(,-3-OX.Y- quinoline)-dih.ydrox~ tit~niur, v,;- ~..Y,.Iirmed by its c,,ndersatlion wittr. bir--~~,-oxy-,I-;inoiine'-flitutoxy ti- u::. -. r. i Buty! alcohol was " se~arxttt~d by heatinE. to 2300C. '11-k~ reaction of biz~-(5-oxy-quinoline'j-clibutoxy titanium with or,ana3i 11con cDm,cunds Azj Oi.,uoth; tr,e reaction with silanol took place at '-.OOC k yieldin, bis-(trimetbyl quinuline~-titanium 0 11 _0 ;I' Si ii , I ight-ye I I ow crys t a I. ir 24 4 2 2" yield The r,-actlun with triettyl rilan:,I at yielded bis- t ri e t i.y, s i I. o xy xy - q -ii r-, ne t i t an i -j;., C 3i I. i, 24 2 0 cr,,--tals, 1:12-1~4 r, yield L'5!1. Tbe r~.actlon viitn tripf,enyl at 150-1700~; yielded biz-(tripneny. siloxy)-bis.-( -oxy-;4.iruIine,'- titaniU;L, C ii Tit-, a cr,;~.'Iallirte substance, T:.p. f88,(,, ~ikl:~ ~4 4 2 2 4 6b%. A6SGCII,T!C-!,t I r. itut ele,--entuor,unicheskikh scyodineniy likaceii.i i n(SUK ln,.ititutt~ -)f LI(tait:ntal Oreanic Coti. uunds of thk: Aca~;V:-.~Y of iciences U,").-?) SUb"IT~.L,D-. -.'ril Car~ 2 2 AIMKIANCV, K.A.; I-ICHIMADZE, Sh.V. Polyarganotitanosiloxanes. Part 4: Reactions co and heterofunctional condensation of bis-(8- hydroxyquinollnc-,, dubutoxytitaniun wit"ri dimethyl- and phonylmethyld-*Iacetoxi3ila-;Ies. VyBokom.soed. 4 no.7:1011-1018 J1 16,2. (,,a!~A 151-7" 1. InstitL'u elementooganicheskikh soyedineniy AY SSSR. (Titf-n.'= organic compounds) (Silane) ANDRIANOV, K.A. ; PICHKHADZE, Sh.V.; JVIVAROVA, V.V. Reactions of dimethylcyclosiloxanes uith butylorthotitanates. Izv.AN SSSR Otd.khim.nauk no.4:724-725 Ap '62. (MIFLA 15:4) 1. Institut elementoorganicheakikh soyedineniy AN S&I;R. (Siloxanes) (Titanium compounds) 3/062/62/OJO/009/~~5/lnc-9 B1191BI86 .,v r;-v I ov Tv t~. r o.~ i e bo v it, 1 . I and i chknad ze , Sh. V. Lu,i r, ar, L i tan:js i in ;c) I ki tiora; zi,;SR . ' I zves tiya. otdeleniye khi;:;lcht i581 - 1584. T E, X T ~Lce tit i ace t,.)nate ) ti tan )~heny I me thyl s 11 oxane wa s r bv -3*-J,n-l dicl~l,,r,.~~,ilanE with bi3-(ace'~Yl -C.- 'r -In 1 'Im fl C r I%t- to the reacti,)n scheme CH H, H o-L-" C-.7 51, D'3-- + Clji CH + 4N H,O C11 1~ 1~'O=."' j. , - / 6H, 3 jg~dine IIH y fr-_ctioa:~i c t i r , hict ve~is obtaiz.-:d b f r c)::. s i u t i (j n n berizone ii-heptr_ne ( 1 : 1 Thu inldviduai fret Card 112 t1i i.v r c: tn,) t i I Y. -tne i n B 1 1 B I e r Q -,, r,~ : y s i n t r; r n tm t,if- i r %in I c(!U I.,ti, wo it-.iz L tn 1 v wor" -if~ I --I- rwki ~ %I I L '. ~,,- f k-) I'm am i d e , b (! n z e 11 (-, (,'~ I :) r e L h'v ir,,, t -,( ) . R(-111 1 ts ~ - ;,.,;.,xm iovj;itj on!3 , ill 1 the fl--,Lc ;-t re I a n om,j, (! n o r, d f e r ., n n :..~o I e c,..i I ar rre i (j- t e C U 1 ar t f 1 1 ai,~Crf,e of t i n 17 i --hara e r . s t 1 c v 1 s c's i ty ( d e pe nd i np, on the 6,) ; ven t uf~ e 1 e tne c I,ir,, tube of the v .9 c me te r Y Tnere are flKires and 1 t~ible. ,,S,i ~ CA ins ti t-; t -)rranicheski Kh 3 -)-1e I nc~~ i -.. ,r-,a ns t -i te D f E emen ta 1 Or Man. c om,.) 3und s t.r, e Df 3,nenc-s iSSR) --E:) - i-c b r u a rv 1 6 2 C Card ANDRIANCV, K,A.; PICHFHADZE, Sh,V.; BOCIFIAREVA., 13. Polyorganotitanosiloxanes Part 2: Corydrolyois of* bls- (acetjlacetonate)dici,larotitani-= and alkyl(aryl)trictil.crc,,gilan,~,3. 4 no.2z256-260 F 162. !MIRA 15:4) 1. Institut elementoorganicheskikK soy-adineniy AN SS3R. (Titanium organic compounds) (Silane) PICHMAYA T. P.p ASATWI, V. S.p ANASAIIVILIt A. Ts.f AGEYEVA, A. K., KKKELIDZE, 0. V., *XTTM, T. D., KORDZAYXYA, T. P., KUNCHULIYA, V. G., !TUIDZE, T. 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