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PERESLENI, Ye.M.; SHEYIIKER, Yu.N.; ZOSIMOVA, N.P.; FONERANTSEV, Yu.I. Tautomerism of some derivatives of heterocyclic compounds. Part 5. Zhur. fiz. khim. 37 no.12:2713-2720 D 163. (MIRA 17:1) 1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy khimiko-farmatsevticheskiy institut imeni S. Ordzhonikidze. TITLE: PERIODICAL: ABSTRACT: Card 1/3 0 SOV/76-3y-9-33/37 Sheynker, Yu. N., Peresleni, Ye. MI., Zosimova, N. P., On the Tautomerism of Some Derivatives of Heterocyclic Compounds. X. The Tautomerism of Acylated Heterocyclic Amires Zhurnal fizicheskoy khimii, 1959, Vol 33, Nr 9, pp 2o96 - 2log (USSR),' The simplest. method of changing the amino-form (I) into the imino-form, (II) of heterocyclic amines is based on the sub- stitution of an.electronegative group ( an acid residae, for example) for the hydrogen ato"n of the amino group. Supposing 'that the introduction of such acidifying groups of various electronegativity will produce also a proportional variation in the equilibrium between (I) and (II) of the resultant compounds, the acylated amines of the following heterocycles were investigated: pyridine, thiazole, thiadiazole, quinoline, pyrimidine, benzothiazole, and acridine. The residues of the following acids were introdaced: acetic, benzoic, monochloro acetic, dichloro acetic, trichloro:acetic, trifluoro acetic, methane sulphonic, sulphanilic, benzoyl sulpho, and nitric acid. On the Tautomerism of Some Derivatives of Heterocyclic S011/76-33-9-33/3 Compounds. X. The Tautomerisra of Acylated Heterocyclic Anines The authors determined the structure of the renultant compoondo as well as their tautomeric form in solutions (water, ethanol, dioxane, n-heptane) from the infrared absorption spectra (spectrometer of the IKS-11 type) An crystalline state and from the ultraviolet absorption sp6ctra (spectrophotometer of the SF-4 type ) in solution. The spectra of the amides obtained were comDared with their methyl derivatives (with fixed amino- or imino structure), and the characteristic bands in the infra- red spectrum of the pure substance were then examined. The compounds under investigation and their melting points are listed. The infrared spectra (Figs 1-3, 7) indicate that all compounds with s-abstituents of strongly acidifying properties exhibit (II) as nay be found even better in the ultraviolet spectra (Figs 4-6). The amount of (II) increases with t-he so!-- vent polarity and depends on the nature ol' the heterocycle. Acyl amines may assume M, (II), or may,be composed of both. The equilibrium content of M and (II) was determined from the ultraviolet spectra, and herefrom the authors calculated the constant of the tautomeric equilibrium (Table 1). The pre- Card 2/3 sence of a linear dependence between the tautomeric equilibria On the Tautomeri3m of Some Derivatives of Heterocyclic 5 OV/ 7 6 - 3 3 - 9 - 3 3/357 'Compounds. X. The Tautomerism of Acylated Heterocyclic A.1ines of two different solvents (as has already been shown by M. I. Kabachnik (Ref 6) confirms that the tautomeric systems under discussion obey the Broensted-lziaaylov rule, i.e. the laws of equilibrium between acid and base. There are 8 figures, 1 table, and 9 references, 8 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovateltskiy khimiko-farmatsevtiches- kiy institut im. S. Ordzhonikidze (All-Union Scientific Che- mico-pharmaceutical Research Institute imeni S. Ordzhonikidze) SUBMITTED: November 21, 1958 Card 3/3 5 N) - .' AUTHORS: TITLE: PERIODICAL: ABSTRACT: Card.1/3 SOV176-3-1-8-26139 Sheynker, Yu. N.p Pomeranteav, Yu. 1. On the Tautomerism of Some Heterocyclic Compound Derivatives. IX. Struciure of the Salts of Oxyderivatives of the Heiero- cyclic Series Zhurnal fizicheskoy khimiip 1959D Vol 33, N7 8, pp 1819-1829 (USSR) Investigations of the infrared spectra (IS) of metallic salts (MS) of some heterocyclic oxycompounds were carried outp the laAter being mainly crystalline or, in some caseep dissolved in D 0 or eihanol.-The (IS) were photographed by a speotro- mete? IKS-11 (NaCl prism). By comparing the (IS) of the salts of monocompounds viih the (IS) of the .16tial oxycompounds as well as of ihe derivatives meihylated at the nitrogen- or oxygen ai6m (according to the two possible struciural forms)~ it was Dossible to discuss the presence of an oxy- (or lactim-) structure. Inier aliag the following observations were made. The (MS) investigOed oontain, both inthe crystalline and dissolved staiesv (15) without the spectral band of the carbonyl group. They exhibit, for insiance, the waves 16009 SOV176 -3 3- 8 - 2613 9 On the Tautomerism of Some Ifeterooyclic Compound Darivatjjea~ Ty_ Structure of the Salts of Oxyderi7atives of the Heterocyolio Series 15429 1480,' '430, &nd 1340 cm- (U-, Na--, K--, Ag-, and Ba-- salis of 2-oxypyridine), which suggests a.lactim structure (LS). The (LS) is characteristic not only of the salts of monoxyderivatives but also of the salts of the polyoxvoompoundaj, such as dioxyquinoxaline,~ cyanuric acidp and barbituric acid, etc. The formation of (MS) of the a- and y-oxyderivatives of the N-hetsrooyolic eeries comes about by a molecule shift from the laotam.- io the lactim stru_-turs. In all compounds investigatedv the metal atom was added to the oxygen atomp not the nitrogen atom (of the ring). (MS) of me*ala -,-f dif- ferent elaotropoeitive~.eos were used. If there ware any carbonyl-amide groups in the molecule of the oxycompounA, the salt formation took place by a gradual enolization (E) of these groups by a gradual exchange of the hydrogen aic-ma (H) with the matal atoms (Me). With compounds of a combined oxy-.oxo structure (N-dioxyderivatives cf pyridazine and phthalizine) ihs H- M6 exchange was restricted io 'he oxy-, group while there was no (E! in the second carbonyl-amide group. The exc!sssive negati~s charge (caused by the polarization Card 2/3 cf the 0-Me bond') in the crysialline salts, au v61.1 as the -SOV/76-33-8-26/39 On the Tautomerism of Some Heterocyclic Compound Derivatives. IX~ Structure of the Salts of Oxyderivati-yes of the Heterocyclia-SerieB total negative charge of the salt anions,in the solutions, is concentrated at the oxygen)atomg not the nitrogen atom (of the ring). The capacity of (]~ 'in the salt formation of ihe compounds investigated is not due to.,the.-heterocyclic struc- ture but also occurs in the case of carbonylamide groupings in an open chain. There are 8 figure-s-and-18 references, 13 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Xhimiko-farmatseviieheskiy inatitut im. S. Ordzhonikidze Moskva (Chemico-pharmaceutical Institute imeni.S. Ordzhonikidzo, Moscow) SUBMITTED: February 11, 1958 Card 3/3 MIERANTSIEV, Dr. Yu. P. (Moscow) USSR/Electronics - Exhibitions Physics - Particle Counters Jul 53 "Application of Radio Methods in the Economy" (Survey of Exhibts at the llth All-Union Radio Exhibition) Radio, No 8, pp 9-11 Describes a number of exhibits in this section of the All-Union -exhibition. Amateurs A.A. Babenko and Ye. P. Karputkin and Dr. Yu. P. Pomerantsev (Moscow) were awarded a first prize for an integrating radio-meter for observations on the heart which employs 2 Geiger-Muller counters at the input and a loop osci-Ilograph at the output. 261T73 POPERA11'r3EV., A. A. Dissertation: I'Stratigraphy'Qf th- Lower Mesozoic Coal-E~earing Deposits of Turgay Depression y oi' Coal GeoloU-, Department of in Accordance With the Plora. * -Cand Geol-Yin Sci,, Laboratox- Geologic o--Ge ographical Sciences, Acad Sci USSR, 4eningrad, 19153. Referatuivirj-1 ZPurnal-- Geologiya, Geograftya, Moscow, Jul 54. SO: SUM No. 356) 25 Jan 195 FY40ANTSFU, A.A. L E 1 ra d y 62 (I-ijFA 2E-136 t, ,POV 1.%F. KOT' I "ITrl, V.T.; BUTOVA, 0. ; I p y vh.!,!. : Y~ , liTFED11DIA) L.P.; TUREITTSEVA, ik.A. llistoiT of Upper Mesozoic coal accumulations ' i the Buryat A.S.S.R.Trudy Lab. geol. ugl. no.18:3-218 163 (1111T, 18:1) SHUROV, -M.V. ( I; ucld " ; lk0.-,-!TOP,DL(~, Ye.G. (Ilochi ) , RJDAKOV A, S. -T. (Soch -I); ~1, -). --r- -, I , ! 1--QEV " L (Src,~ ) - I hi Treatment of patients .ri'h athervaclerctic n,-,,ocardiosclerosis at the Sochi-I-Ilatseslua HEAlth Resort. Vcp.kur., fizioter. I lech. fiz. kul't 30 no.5:420,1,~'6 S-0 165. (MIRA 18:12) PAMBIN, K.I-t zasluzbennyy vre-cli; polmulusMeL,-, A.I.; IVAIllusiLKIIIIA, L.C-&), poj,.,oj-u~vVA, IT.F. (Orekzhovo-ZvY6-~va~~ Analysis of the of of rl--P.!-ia`c)n c' -1 - - - u-, - Sov. zdrav. 10 no. 9:63-67 160. ,,e,etile workern with (I-IP11-- 13:10) 1. Iz terapev-ticlieskogo otdelenilva (mv. - zaslvvhern~y -,-~Cxh Pzlxshin) 1-y ~orodskoy bolinitsy nedilco-sanitarnoy y vrach YeX. Orlova) o,-o )-onbinata (Zlavr.7 Orol:hovo-Zuyevo. (TEXTILE WOIUMRS-.Disr,.ASES AND IIYGIEIIE,) (RUMVITISC FEVE, R) IVANOVY V.S., kandned.nauk; POMERANTSEVA, A.M.., Diagnosle, clinical aspectB, and treatment of lichen rubber planus of the-mucuous membrane of the oral cavity. Stonatolo iia 41 no.5s12-3# S.-O 162. (MIRA 16245 L Iz kafedry stamatologii (zav. - prof. I.M.Starobinakiy) TSentrallnogo Instituta usovershenstvovaniya vrachey (dir. M.D.Kovrigina) i'Mentrallnogo Instituta travmatologii I ortopedii, (LICHEN RUBER) (MO --DISEASES) POMERARTSEVA, A. M. Treatment of ulcerative stomatitis. Stozatologila no.3:18-19 MY-To '55. (KT-RA 8:9) 1. Ix kafedry cbelyustno-Iltsevnoy khirurgil I stomatologii ( N.M. Mikbellson) TG~ntral'nogo institute, usover- shonstvovantya vrachey.(DIr.V.P. Lebedevs.) (VINGKWIS INWCTION, therapy) POMERAI-ITSEVA, A. M. Cand I-Ted Sci -- (diss) 11 Hypercementosis and its significance in the of periodontituis and paradentosis4l' 1-los,1957. 10 pp 22 cm. (Min of Health USSR. Central Inst for Advanced Trainin.-I of Physicians and Central Inst of Traiunatology and Orthopedics). 200 copies. (KL, 23-57, 117) FOX&RANTSEVA. A.M., assistent Hype rcemen's D'U'L - CFE=-~~its role in the clinical aspects of periodontitis and pyorrhea alveolaria. Stomatologiia 36 no.2:28-30 Mr-Ap '57.' (MLRA 10:6) 1. Iz TSentrallnogo institute usovershonstvovantya vrachey (dir. V*.P.Lobedeva) i TSentrallnogo institute travmatologii i optopedii prof. N.N.Priorov-). (TFMH-DISEASICS) I ,. -1!~= '0*-*T-- 1. z ~ 11 - ; I 5/598/62/000/008/001/009 D217/D307 AUTHORS: Pomerantseva, A.V. and Reznichenko, V.A, TITLEi On the composition of the mixture of :Lare earth elements separated from perovskite SOURCE: Akademiya nauk SSSR. Institut metallurgii. Titan i yego splavy.. no. 8. Moscow, 1962, Metallurgiya titana, 86 - 68 TEXT. lio data concerning the rare-earth-metal contents of perovskite concentrates Are available, and an in- vestigation was undertaken in order to rectify this deficiency. The authors first determined the cerium and thorium contents (50.7 and 2.1 %, respectively). The remaining rare earth elements were found after the separation of Ce (as the main component) and Th from the residual trivalent lanthanides. The procedure is des- cribed in detail. The results of qualitative spectral analysis show that the composition of the rare earth product is analogous Card 1/2 POMKWTSEVA, E. [reviewer]. "Fishermen, sea hunters, and hunters.' Reviewed by B.Pomerantseva. Sov.etn. no.4:165-167 153. (10-RA 6:12) (Arctic region--Folklore) ZILIBLRT.-AN, YL-.N.; KOTLYAP, I.B.; POYMANTSEVA, E.C..; OVGHT.~j,-.IKOVA, L."'. .- -ay:,Crle OXI.:!P-:E S=e plqsicocherdical baBas of tbl--- forration of r-.-clol,ry VI bydroxylwnine sul-fite. Flhdrprom. 41 rio.7.'488-4r)2 Tl 165, (MIRA 18:8) SMIRNOV, A.N.j POMEWITS97A B.G.; SPASSKAYA, Synthesis of o-::~yl-V) N-akylenealkylsoureas. rnnr. ob. khim. 34 no.2-133570-3575 164 (hl-RA 18z1) ZILIBMMAN,l Ye.N.; STIRIZHAKOV, O.D.; SVETOZARSKIY, S.V~; POWRANTSEVA, E.G. Synthesis ofW -aminohydroxamine a,-i6s. Zhur, ob. khIm. 119, no.5t857-860 My 165. MRA 18:6) KORENWv I.M.; SHEYANDIVA, P.R.; POMEWTSEVA, B.G. Metal"containing reagents as fluorescent indicators in the neutrali- zation methode Trudy po khim.i khim.tekh,.no.1tl25,-I29 163. (MIRA 17:32-~,, GANINA, V.I.; IVCHER, T.S.; POMFRANTSEVA, E.G.; PEREPLETCHIKOVA, Ye.M.; ZIL I BERMAN., Ye. N. ~ - - ~--- ~ -- 1- -- - -- Polarographic and spectrophotometric determination ofo~ -unsaturated ketoncs in cyclohexanone. Zav. lab. 30 ) f no.5:541-542 164. (MIRA 17:5) 1 - - - - - - - - - --- -UPWAVEVIAW RPL L 11521-66 EWT W I A AU! NA: A_p6001871.. '5012-155'-, SOURCE-CODF. UR/019()/65/OCr7/012/2.L .-AUTHORS':,- Z121berman;:Ye,.H,1 ova, Po St; Pomerantseva, E.G. h- ORG: Gorlk Po2z~ec nic Institute fi&e A. A. Zhdanov i Nin ch (Gor~fkovskiy pol L-6 i e SIYY institut5 TITLE: - -Polymerization .'of maloPon.itrile in presence of hydrogen chloride ZOURCE: VY86komolokulyarnyyo-soyedinaniya, V. 7, 12, 1965 -2155 no. P2150 TOPIG:TAGS: polycondensation, hydrogen chloride, Malonic estei.'--etherp benz6nd:. ...~ABSTRACT.i: The low teta erization of malononitrile in presence perature'(0--20c) polym -o:r,Hdl Was studied.. The-study is'an extension of a previously reported work by Ye. N* Zilf.b6rman and P S.~Pyryal ~(Zh. or nich. khimlip 1, 983p 1965). The 0 ova ga reaction was carried out At OC.andzoom.t_ Ing HCX,gas through an emperature by pass -eth.e.r or,~benzeno~Aolution of malononitrile-, The reaction-proceeded vith a quantita- tivo.:alimination_ ot"NH401 and~~ioldod.a intxturo' of two different polymora. Mating ..of the resultant polycondensates led to further polycondensation accompanied by further.eli-ination of-M,Vand fornLation,of conjugated bonds, as evidenced by EPR spectroscopy,, The structuro of the polymers was studied by IR and UV spectroseopyo 'The intrinsic viscosities of the polymere'vere determined. The experimental results are presented in'graphs and~tables (see Fig. 1),. cc -678.7L5 rd 1A UDC. 66.095.264 L n521-66'. ACC NR AP6001871 b; 14.,EPR opeotra rocorded at equal Figd: a ampWication: a heated to 2500 or PDIYM , (original melting point 94--97G 'l 1617 i b1 i b 2 nso u e. n enzene x dark own pins/g ( , . b - ol;Irmor heated to 3500, p inaVmelting point 248-2500-~ orig -6o organic insoluble in ---rk -solvents) 2.7 ic 101$ spins/g (black); c - po2ymcir-W heated to 1+50C; 3.4:x 161 spins/g (black), It is'~su.ggested that the ~i], ~-condensation proceeds via.trimerization of the =1ono- nitr.ile..and forio~tion,of'substitutea,diaminopyridines.&nd amlnio~yridfnest which ~subqoquently undo go polycondenhation, Orig, att,~haes 1 tablet I graph,. and r equations, SUB CODE: 0~11/, SOM DATE: 30JTan65/ ORIG.'' REF: 6/ OTH REF-. 004 00 C , ,17 -- - - ie . Y I - -~ - , r1) -~ - - Pe -2:~ F. '~- ' I NOSOVA, V.; POMERANTSBVA, G. 4----------- Life of outstanding people. Wn.tnkh.2 no.11:76-78 V 157. (HURA 10: 11) (Biography) PCI--'E~IIUSEVA, G. VORUNTSUIVA. lvubovl Arxlreyevna; POMMANTSEVA. G., redaktor-, SHVALU, I., 4- tekhnicheskiy redektor Sof'ta Kovalevskala, 1850-1891. [Mosk-val lzd-vo TaK VLKSM "Molodalla gvardita.1 1957. 340 p. (mu?-A in,:icj) (Kovalevokats, Soflia Vasillevns, 1850-1891) - ~ Z~ - - - r ~- . - -- TIMASHEV, Anatoliy KonBtantinovich; POMICHANTSEVA, G.. redaktor; MOROZOVA, G., tekhaicheskiy redaktor %. Voeikov. [Moskva] Izd-vo TsK VLKSM mMolodaia gvardiia, 1957. 286 p. (Voetkov. Aleksandr Ivanovich, 1842-1916) (MIRA 10:4) Fin PCMEMTSEVAP G. New books of the "Life of outstanding peo-ple" series. Nauka i zli-llznl 29 no. 5:88-89 Y4r 162. (14M 15: 1-1) (Bibliography-Biography) I MCMOSOT, Aleksandr Antonovich; Yawilev. S.1., akademik; YILIFFMA. N. PONERAWSNVA. G.; BOBROT, tekhnichemkiy rodaktor. ,-MMill Taolltevlch Lommosevi, 1?11-6,1765. Moskva lzd-vo TsF VLESK OKolodals, gvardtle , 1955. 926 p--. (KLRA 9:5) (Lemenesev, MMail Tasillevich. 1711-1765) ZVEREV, S.M.0 red.; MIKHOTA, G.G., red.; POISRANTSEVAL-zl"3E., red.; MARGOTIYEVA, M.V., red.; Prinimaff-ucE~~~ITPINATIYEEVAI A.M., red.; BERSOI-I,.I.S... red.; PARKHOPMTKO, I.S., red.; REYCHERT, L.A.V ved. red.; YASIICHURZIIINSKAYA, A.B., tekhn. red. [Deep seismic sound" f the earth's crust in the U.S.S.R.; collection of reporltnlGoubinnoe seismicheskoe zondirovanie zem- noi kory v SSSR; sbornik dokladov. Leningrad, Gostoptekhizdat, 1962. 494 P. (KERA 15:8) 1. Soveshchaniye po glubinnomu seysmicheskomu zondirovaniyu zem- noy kory. 1st, Moscow, 1960. 2. Institut fiziki Zemli Akademii nauk SSSR (for Yepinatlyeva., Bbrzon, Farkhomenko). (Earth-Surface) (Seismolo&v) P%WMNTSEVA, I.V. Sound propagation characteristica, structure, and probable composition of the crystalline formation of the earth's crust. Prikl. geofiz. no-38:3-24 164. (MIRA 18:11) v ~~ K %m POMERANTSEVA, I.V. Results of-work in studying the structure of the crystal2ine stra- tum in some southeastern regions of the Russian Platform. Prikl. geofiz. no.31:11-34. '61. (MIRA 15:3) (Russian Platfor'm--Geology,.Structural) .(Seismic prospecting) POZEMNTSEVA, I.V. Structure and possible composition of the cr-jrsta-lline beae of the earth's crust, Dok!-,.AN SSSR 14.5 no-3.-639--,641 Tl t62. (IMA 15:7) 1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy Institut geofiziches'X--Iikh metodov razvedki. Predstavleno akademikom. A.L.Yanshinym. (Earth- Tnterral atructure) POW.RANTSEVAP I.Y.; MOZZIIENKO, A.N.1 SOKOLOVA, I.A.; YEGORKINA, G.V. ACCESSION NEL.: AT4028558 5/2552/64/000/038/OD03/0024 AMMOR: Pomerantseva, 1. V. I At"~ TITIZ: Velocity characteristics, structure and possible composition of the crystalline part of the earth's crust SOURCE: Moscow. Vsesoyuzuy*y nauchno-iseledovatellskiy institut geofizicheskikh metodov razvedki. Prikladnaya geofizika, No. 38, 1964, 3-24 TOPIC TAGS: geology, seismology, earth crust, Mohorovicic discontinuity, basalt crust, granitecrust, oceanic crust, continental crust, geosynclinal crust ABSTRACT: Soviet and foreign literature have been used in a review which dis- cusses: existing concepts concerning the structure of the principal types of the earth's crust; velocity characteristics and structure of the crystalline part of the earth's crust; and composition of the crust. There are five types of crust with different velocity characteristics: three principal types - oceanic, plat- form and geosynclinal and two intermediate types, between oceanic and platform and between platform and geosynclinal. Each of the five types has its gradients of increase of vbound with depth. The maximum gradient is in the oceanic crust, the mmw in a geosylkelinal crust.. The vbound value for the crystalline part of the Card 1/4 ACCMIGN NR.: AT4028558 earth's crust of each of the types varies, for an oceanic crust, from 6.6-6.8 to 8.0-8.1 km/sec in the range of depths from 5-7 to 10-15 km; for a platform crust, from 5.5-6.2 to 8.0-8.1 km/sec in the range of depths from 0-10 to 35-40 km; for a geosynclinal crust, from 5.5-6.0 to 8.0-8.1 IM/sec in the range of depths from 0-17 to 60-70 km; for a crust transitional between oceanic and platform, from 6.2-6.8 to 8.0-8.1 km/sec in the range of depths from 5-7 to 13-38 km; for a crust transitional between platform to geosynclinal, from 5.5-6.2 to 8.0-8.1 ICM/ sec in the range of depths from 0-10 to 38-70 Jou. The Mohorovicic discontinuity, despite a very great range of change of depth between the oceans and continents (from 7 to 70 km) in characterized by a constant vbound value averaging 8.0-8.1 km/sec. For the surfs. 'ce of the "basalt" ("gabbro-diabasell) layer in both the oceans and on the continents it is best to assume Vbound - 6.7-6.8 IM/sec. On the continents and in the interior seas this boundary is situated at a depth of 9-13 '-7 km, and in the oceans - at a-depth of 5-7 km. The range of variations of the depth of this boundary from the-platforms of the continents to the floor of the ocean is only about 5-10 km, whereas the depth of the Mohorovicic discontinuity varies for these same regions by more than 30 km. On a global scale the principal gravity effect apparently is created by the relief of the Mohorovicic dincontinu- ity, aad to a considerably smaller de*ree by -the- bounckAgX y~*-%_Vbound-7-5-7,6 km/ sec. At the present time, on-the platforms, thire in apparen Y,'Cp~roceas f _.. differentiation of the crust into parts which are either rising or subsiding. la Coed 2/4 ACCWSIOX NR.t AT4028558 zones of deep subsidence of the crust there is a rec;orking of the crust under the influence of suberustal matter whose surface tend* to remit in the initial posi- tion regardless of the rising or subsidence of the crust. In youthful geosynclin- al regions this boundary can be downwarped, but at a lesser rate than the above- lying layers. The upper layer of the crystalline cru *at, situated between the bot- tom of the sedimentary complex and the boundary vithvbound -6.7-6.8 10voec, called the "granite" boundary, consists of oe(iimentary metamorphized deposits, usually such as gneisses with intrusions of.granites and gabbroic rocks. It should be called the "gneiss-granite" complex. It is characterized by a strong differenti- -ation of rocks by seismic velocities and *differences in petrographic composition. Rocks lying between the boundaries vithvbound,6.6-7.0 km/sec and vbound-7.1-7.41 km/sec apparently are gabbro, and diabase, with a layer of diabases in the upper part. The rocks of the suberustal layer, lying below the Mohorovicic discontin- UitY (Vbouncl=8.0-8.1 km/sec) apparently are close in composition to dunites. The rocks lying between the boundary with Vbound.-6.9-7.4 sec and the Mohorovicic discontinuity (Vbound-8-0-8-1 km/sec) have a compositiou intermediate between gabbro and dunites. Orig. art. has; 14 filpares. ASSOCIATION: Vaesoyuzuy*y nauchno-ionledovatsellskiy institut geofizicheskikh metodov razyedki (All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Geophysical Pros- Ing ods) ~Cpsct' - moth a S/020/62/145/003/013/613 B142/B144 A~THOR: Pomerantseva, 1. V. TITLE: Structure and possible composition of the crystalline mass of the earth's crust PERIODICAL: Akademiya nauk SSSR, Dokladyv v, 145, no- 3, 1962, 639-641 TEXT: Data available on the propagation velocity of seismic waves along the boundaries (V b) were used together with studies of the*petrographic composition to classify the layers of the earth's crust; (1) The granite layer between sedimentary cover and boundaries with Vb . 6.7-6.8 km/sec, consists of sediments resulting from regional metamorphism, and of acid and basic intrusions. (2) The "basalt" layer above the boundar.~ with Vb - 6-.6-6.8 km/sec probably consists of gabbro and diabases (the. propagation-velocity-in true basalts is only 5.0-6.0 km/sec). (3) The suberust layer lies below the Mohorovicic discontinuity. Its physical properties are very much like those of dunite. There are two figures. 1/2 -C.,- - S/552/61/000/031/002/003 D218/D304 AUTHOR. Pomerantseva, I.V. TITLE,. Results of research into the structure of crystalline rocks in the earth9s crust in some south-eastern regions of the Russian Platform SOURCE- Moscow. V8esoyuznyy nauchno-insledovatellskiy institut geofizicheskikh metodov razvedki. Prikladnaya geofizikag no. 31, 1961, 11-54 TEXT: The present paper reports the results of~seismic research into the structure of the earth9s crust which was carried out in 1958 along one of the standard regional profiles (profile VII). This profile lies roughly along the line joining Urallsk and Bugullma. In addition to the present author the following persons took part in this work: Leader of the party T.F. Gaynutdinov, operators A.G. Ginodmanq Ya.N. Belenlkiyj K. Khasanov and "interpreter@" 1-;.D,. Tagayq M.V. Margotyeva2 A.P. Pank- ratovq A.Yu. Pankratova and G.I. Feller. The expedition as a whole was Card 1/2 FEMiSKIY, V.V., doktor fizik-o-matem. nalik, red.; SHIHOKOVI, A.S., red.; KO- VALEVA, A.A. , red.; GIRATSIANIOVA, O.P., nauchn. red.; BORISOV, A.A. , nauchn. red.; KUYUK , V.I.,, nauchn.- red.; KUTI-YAXEVSKIY, B.V.,, nauchn. red.; POMERANTSEVA I.V., nauchn. red.; MOZZ10,10, AX., nauchn. red.; .1 A.M., nauchn. red.; M1EYERSON, M.B., nauchn. red.; BOGDABOV, A.Sh.,. nauchn. red.; IIIKITSKIY, V,Ye.., nauchn. red.; KUDYNOV, B.Ya., nauchn. red.; PETROV, L.V.,; KOMA- ROV, S.G, nauchn. red.; GORBUNOV, G.V.,., nwichn., red.; DUNCIMMO, I.A., nauchn. red.; FELIDMA14, I.I., nauchn. red.; P01-TTUN, DYe.,., nauchn. red.; BEW414, Yu.K., ved. red.; VOHONOVA, V.V.,, tekhn. red. [Status and prospects for developing geophysical methods for mineral prospecting] Sostoianie i perspektivy razvitiia geofizicheskikh meto- dov poiskov i razvedki poleznykh iskopaemykh; materialy. Pod red. V.V. Fedynskogo. Moskva, Gos.- nauchno-.tekhn. izd-vo neft. i gorno-toplivnoi lit-ry, 1961. 623 P. (MIRA L/,: 11) 1. Nauchno-tekhnicheskaya geofizicheskaya konferentsiva, 1-10scow, 1959. 2. Ministerstvo geologii i ok-hrany nedr SS&i (for Fedynskiy, Petrov). (Prospecting-Geopbysical methods) L 06141-67 MYT(l) GW ACC NRt AR6017546 SOURCE CODE: UR/0169/66/000/001/GO17/GO17 AUTHOR: Pomerantseva. I.V.; Mozzhenko, A.N.; Sokol6va, 1. A.; Yegorkina G V TITLE: Regional research with seismological stations "Zemlya" 7 JJ SOURCE: Ref. zh. Geofizika, Abs. 1G118 REP SOURCE: Tr. Nizhne-Volzhsk. n.i. in-t geol.i geofiz., vyp.2, 1964, 210-219 TOPIC TAGS: Earth, Earth core structure, nartts upper mantle)a*zv=t=re; seismology, earthquake, seismologic station ABSTRACT: Results are reported on regional &esearch in the SE of the Russian platfor concerning methodology for the study of the'~Rarth core structu e and ~~m~antlel',~Of the Earth by the seismological stations "Zemlya". With their aid it is possible to re cord waves on a magnetic film in a frequency range between .5 and 12 cycles. Rewritin of the field data at various frequency filtrations permits frequency analysis of the registered waves. Transformation of frequencies is used with the rewriting, permittin separation of waves with a fraction of a cycle frequency differences. Amplification o the station is 600,000 to 1,000,000. With the aid of the station, a reliable registra tion of earthquakes with epicentral distances of 11,000 to 14,000 km (Chile, Tonga is lands), and explosion s of 3t and over at distances of 200-300 km is possible. I to 10 events are usually registered during a 24 hour period. Ra-thquakes with epicentral di stances of 200-800 km appear within the Ural region, nearer earthquakes take place wi L 06141-67 ACC NR: AR6017546 thin the Russian platform limits. The obtained records of longitudinal, transverse exchange waves enable the construction of an idea as to the structure of the Earth re and upper mantle, [Translation of abstract3 SUB CM- E: 03, 08/ C,,d ?/2 :GLAZACHEV, Viktor Vasillyevicht kand. tekhn. nauk; KIVENKO, S.F., retsenzent; ~~4E~y4iTSE;VA, R.I., red. (Sour milk products] Kislomolochrge produktf. Moskva, Pishchevaia prorVshlennostl, 1964. 106 p. (MIRk 18:1) POMERANTSEVA 14. D. "Influence of Past Neutrons on Frequency of Lethal Mitations in the 'Reproductive Cells of Male Mice." report submitted for the l1th Intl. Congress of GenetLes, The Hague, Netherlands, 2-10 Sep 63. POMATSITA. K. D. Iffect of anesthosis and natural hibernation on the redionensitivity of anizals Lwith summary in Inglighl. Zhur.ob.biol. 18 no.3:194-20? yor-je '57. (KIRA 10:6) 1e Institut genettki Akademii nauk SSSR. (RADIATION SICKUSS) (HIMNATION) tAnSTHISIA) POMBRANTSEVA, M.D. Effect of anesthesia on radiation reaction in animals. Trud7 Inst, gen. no.24:409-425 158. (MIRA 11:9) (ANESTHESIA) (RADIATION-PHYSIOWGICAL X CT) POMERAVTSEVA, M.D. the organism to X irradiation during anesthesia and hibernation. Trudr Inst. gen. no.24:426-434 158. (MIRA 11:9) (X RAYS--PHTSIOLDGICAL A CT) (AlfXSTE[9SIA) (HIBERMTION) NUZ11DIN, N.I.; SWIRO. II.I.; P010WITSEVA, M.D.; KEJZITETSOVA, N.N. Comparative study of the effectiveness of a single and fractional X irradiation of testicles in mice. ZInLr.ob.biol. 20 no-3:216- 229 14.V-Je '59- (MIRL 12:8) 1. Institute of Genetics and Institute of Biophysics, Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R. (X RAYS--PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFACT) (THSTICLIC) ._ POMERANT5EvA-v-x,Dl- Remote effects of radiation on testes in mice. Biofizika 5 no. 5s543-545 160. (MIRA 13:10) 1; Institut genetiki, AV SSSR9 Moskva. (TESTICLE) (I RAYS-PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT) NUZHDIN, N.I.; POMEWTSEVA, M.D.; KUZNETSOVA, N.N. Changes in the radiosensitivity of animals resulting frca previous X irradiations. Izv. AN SSSR. Ser.biol. no.6;8511-864 11-D 160. (MIR& 13:11) 1. Institute of Genetics, Acadenr of Sciences of the U.S.S.R. Moscow. - (X RAYS--PHYSIOLOGICAL EFT7,CIT) ACCESSION NR: AP4015098 S/0205/64/004/001/0129/0135 AUTHOR:. Pomorantseva, M. D.; Ramayyap L. K. TITLE: Radiosensitivity change in testiclds-of X-irradiated mice SOURCE: Radiobiologiyap v. 4, no. 1, 1964, 129-135 TOPIC TAGS: X-irradiations testicle radiosensitivitys fractional radiation dose, total radiation dose, radiation dose effect, radiation effect totalizationg testicle weight change, testicle histological change, testicle regeneration ABSTRACT: In the literature testicles have been found to react diffoxientl'y to fractional radiation than other organs in that they totalize radiation dose-effects. This study attempts to determine the length of time Intervals during which radiation effects may b0 totalized.-the time required for restoration of normal radiosen3ltivi- ty, and the nature of radiosensitivity at later postirradiation pur- iods. In the first of two experimental series, white male mice were X-irradiated with a single total body dose of 200 r. and in the second series animals were X-irradiated under the same conditions with Card -1/3 ACCESSION NR: AP4015098 a single 400 r dose (15 ma, 190 kv, filter 0.5 mm Cu + 0.75 mm Al, focal length 50 em, 33 r/min). Experimental animals of both series were exposed to second radiation doses of 200 r at different intervals ranging from 2 to 140 days. On the same days control groups were irradiated with single 200 r doses for the first time and other groups with single 400 and 600 r doses. Radiation effect indices were -histological Investigations and weight of t6sticles compared to body weight on the 28th day after last exposure. Findings show that the effects of first and second radiation doses can be totalized. Testicle weight changes for animals exposed to (200 r + 200 r) and (400 r + 200 r) are the same with 3 to 4 week intervals between the fractional radiation doses as for animals exposed to single 400 r and 60'0 r doses- 49 to 140 days after 200 r exposure, testicle radiosensitivity is the same as in control animals, 49 to 70 days after 400 r exposure, testicle radlosensitivity is restored to the initial level, but after 98 to 140 days radiosensitivity increases again. Testicle regeneration processes are considerably retarded compared to regeneration processes of the organism as a whole. The different reaction of testicles to fractional radiation doses may b0 attribUted to a specific radiosensitivity caused by slower regenera- Card 2/3 ACCESSION NR: AP4015098 tion processes. The authors "express profound gratitude to Academician N. I. Nuzhdin for guidance and assistance in carrying out this study." Orig. art. has: 4 figures and 1 table. ASSOCIATION: Institut izenatiki AN SSSR, Moscow (Institute of Genetics, AN SSSR) SUBMITTED: IlSep62 DATE ACQ: 12Mar64 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: LS, NR REF SOV: 004 OTHER: 014 Card 3/3 17 (10) S/02o/60/13o/o6/050/059 AUTHORS: Nuzhdin, N. I., Corresponding B0110017 Member AS USSR,, M. D_,-Kuznetsova2 N. F. TITLE: Increase of the Resistance of Animals to the Effect of Ionizing RadiationNs a Result of Previous X-Ray Treatment PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR, 1960, Vol 1309 Nr 6, Pp 1359 - 1361 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The authors wanted 1) to investigate the type of the change in radiation sensitivity of animals as a result of previous irradia- tion; 2) to determine the dependence of the protective effect on the experimental conditions. For this purpose 2.5-month-old (mainly male) white mice were used. The authors studied a) the dependence of the protective effect on the dose of the first irradiation, and b) the same from the period between the first and the second irradiation. The first radiation was made with 8 doses: 15, 259 50P 100Y 150p 200, 250p and 400 r. The dose of the second irradiation was 600 r. The following served as characteristic values of the radiation damaget I. survival of the mice on the 30th day after the second irradiationj II. Card 1/3 average lifetime of the perished animals; 111. change of the Increase of-the Resistance of Animals to the Effect S/020/60/130/06/050/059 of Ionizing Radiation an a Result of Previous B011/BO17 X-Ray Treatment Card 2/3 body-weight; IV. changes of the characteristic values of the peripheral blood. The following results were obtained: I. A protective effect is achieved by previous irradiation with doses of 50-250 r a fortnight,before the second irradiation (Table 1). The maximum protective effect was achieved by a dose of 150 r of the first irradiation (Fig 1). Using 800 r in the second irradiation no protective effect could be achieved. k previous irradiation for 4 times with 50 r at intervals of 1 week pro- duced no protective effect. II. In all cases of an effective protective effect of the first irradiation, the average lifetime of.the test animals was somewhat longer than that of the control. III. and IV. No protective effect could be observed. Therefore, the type of protective effect due to previous irradiation dif- fers from the effect produced by chemical protective agents (carbon monoxide, sulfurous compounds, narcotics). In the latter case also a rapid restoration of the body-weight and of the system of blood formation takes place. Among the hypotheses con- cerning the nature of the protective effect of previous irradia- tion the authors regard two of them as being the most probable: POMERANTSEVA, M.D.; RAMAYYE, L.K. Changes in the radiosensitivity of the testicles of mice eyposed to X rays. Radiobiologiia 4 no.1:129-135 164. (MIRA 17:4) 1. Inatitut genetiki AN SSSR, koskva. AUT~ORSi TITLE.- PERIODICALg, 207hh S10201617 i 37/002/C1 8/020 B 4 03/B215 Nuzhdin, N.I.9 Corresponding Member AS USSR, Pomerantseva. M.D. and Kuznetsova, N.N. 4 Comparison of single and fractional action of fast neutrons on the testes of mice. Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR, v. 1379 no. 2v 19619 438 - 440 TEXTs The authors compare the biological action of single and fractional. treatment with fast neutrons on the testes of mice. Data published on this problem differ considerably. Above all, the authors studied the to- tal damage caused by fractional treatment. Changes in weight and in the histological aspects of the testes characterized the degree of damage. Fast neutrons were produced by a 100-kw nuclear reactor. The application of a radiation dose of 100 rad wass a) single and total, b) divided in- to four parts with a total of 25 rad each per day. The animals were killed between the 2nd and 70th day after irradiation. Their testes were fixed with Zenker's liquid as modified by Maksimov [Abstracter's notes not explained in the text), colored, and microscopically studied. Histolo- Card 1/4 S/020/61/137/002/018/020 COMDariso,n of single and ... B103/.B215 as destroyed mature cells were replaced by younger ones. Also in this case, the biological effects of single and fractional doses were practi- cally equal. The authors state that the action of fast neutrons is not re- duced by fractional doses. They thank B.M. Isayev, Yu.I. Bregadze and - V A. Kvasov for valuable advice. There are 2 figure.sp 1 table and 5 re- f;rences: 3 Soviet-bloc and 2 non-Soviet-bloc. The reference to the Eng- lish language publication reads as follows: G.J. Neary, R.J.-'Munson, R.H. Mole, Chronic Radiation Hazards, London, Paris, N.Y., Los Angeles, 1957. ASSOCIATION: Institut genetiki Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of Ge- netics, Academy of Sciences USSR) SUBMITTED: December 10, 1960 It. Kourpon 2 7 Bec OPT&H INC.10 I 4MC. 07 W"BOT. % OT. )RUMOT. Mr neca HWX NeCB HUX Teila yean CemeHRUNH 100 rad 74'r 0 14 A 66 0 rA d 3/4 : 6 151 0 62 6 Car 25 rad)