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(MICROSCOPY, ELECTRON) (METABOLISM) DEDIU, St., dr* ISTODOR, N. dr.; BOCIRNU, C.., dr.; ANrx.T M. dr.; RUSU, V., _dr.; TASILIU, Petra, dr.; IMARICTI, 'Maria, dr.; BARM., Olga, dr. Meningoencephalitis with Usteria manocy-togenes. Med. intern. (Bucur.) 16 no.7:871--879 J1164. 1. Iucrare efectuata in Clinics. I do boli contagioase I.M.F. (Institutul medico-farmaceutial, Wcuresti si Sectia diagnostic a Institutului *Dr. I.CantacuzinoT110 RUSU, V.; DRAGOI, Tatiana Study of some strains of M. Ivoffi and B. anitratum (Acinetobacter) noted in infectious pathology-. Irch. rom. path. exp, microbiol. 23 no.3:839-4844 S163 1. Travail de ltInstitut 'Dr. I. CantacuzdnoO; Service du Diagnostic Bacteriologiqueg Bucarost. Pre-DarationE; for.Veterinary Use. m RUSU V. dr.; VLADOIANU, I.R., dr.; CIOROIANU, Natalia, dr.; WSCANIS., dr.; FAUR, G., dr.; POPESCU, P. dr.,- BASTM, neana; TOTESCU,E.,, dr.; RIVENSCU, Melania, dr. Observations nn several vases of salmonellosis rarely found in our countr7. Microbiologia (Wcur) 9 no.5417-424 S-0 164 1. Luorare efectuata in rnstitutul de microbiologie, parazito- logie . epidemiologie "Dr.l. Cantacuzinolt in colaborare cu. InspectUle de Stat pentru igiena si protectia muncii din Fucures- ANTONIU, R.; MIRAIL, M.; VAICump L.; MURGOCIP C.; CUTE, E.; jiINCUI S.; Th.; TALAUy V.; ARDELEANIII, I.; FIUSU-PANDELESCU.-M.; PARASCHIVIZCUI A. Studies on the possibility of improving the sanitary conditions of the lakes surroundin;- ar-bwest. Studii prot epur apelor 5:263-332 164. Rumania/Microbiology. Sanitation Microbiology F Abs Jour Ref Zhur-Biol., No 13i 19558, 57624 Author Rwsu--Zandelescu M., Rosu I. Inst ot given Title On the Isolation of Salmonella typhi fron, Water by the Precipitation Method Orig Pub : Igiyena, 1957, 6, No 4, 357-366 Abstract : No abstract Card 1/1 --.try: it,;-nania Acade:%ic Degrees: Dr Affiliation: fnot given7 Source: Bucharest, Igiena, No 3, Jul-Aug 61, pp 221-224 Data: "The Role of Milk in the Transmission of Typhoid Fever. Observations Made During a CoaTlex Epidemiological Study." Co-auLhors: _,IENII~TEA, C. Dr. Za-ffiliation not giyen~ liEGUS, Gh., Dr. /affiliation not given IORkSCU, Maria .4egree and affiliation not given Gpo qa1643 KADY14OV, Ya.B., kand.tekh nauk- n ',-.XTSTTT-OV, M.M., kandt.tekhn.nauk Calculating electromechanical transients in and inducf4nu motor s7nchronous generatorset with commensurable ratings Zlek- trichestvo no.2:57-6o F 16o. iMIRA 13:5) 1. Energetichoskiy Inatitut Akademii nwik Azerbaydzhanskov SA.. (Electric motors, Induction) (Electric generators) ri'l A~ 4~0#' of, a nr-w vi;j-*tf-, cocoon of All, v, r r -Ir-4 miettrd:! nt ikip6~r-bref., i I J5 22 !)Y.) Q!zbek Acari of Agr Sci. Ct:ntml sian .,A-lk-VAA14p,~ SAN'IP;h) 1~(' 17h MOSONYI, Laszlo; RUSVAII Anbal Subacute-thyroiditis as a complication.of infectious mononucleosis. M~Lgy. Belorv. arch. 15 no.2:59-62 Ap"62. 1. Orvostovabbkepzo Intezet IV. belosztalyanak es a Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Korhaz II. belosztalyanak kozlemenye. (THYROIDITTS etiol) (II-ITF-M-11OUS MONGNUGLEOSIS compl) RUSY, Zdenek,, inz. Machines for sorting agricultural produtt a accord-Ing to collore P.-wn Fotravin 15 no.2&102-105 F 16AL 1. Zavody Vitemeho wiora., nape, VU&.MIY ustav stroju ohladi- a po-tra-vinarskycb, Praha. 11. S. Prof Zlectrc,-3nc,~ r-h- In v-rar-I.- 7ical studies. Vop. 7;~vl~vl- t*:-e.,--ry othe ~Agher nervous function and electrophysiolcf, neirckhir. 17 Nc.. 1, 1953. 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library o f Congress, June 1953. Unclassified. RUS'YkNOVA, N. D.: Master Tech Sci (diss) -- "Methods of isolating and of using the bases of black-coal tar". Sverdlovsk, 1958. 17 pp (Min Higher Educ USSR, Ural Polytech Inst im S. M. Kirov), 150 copies (KL, No 7, 1959, 126) RUS'UNOVA, If.D.; G01PTI.Wf, M.T. Production of high-grade quinoline, Isoquinoline, and acridine from coal-tar bases. Nauch.dokl.vys.shkoly; khim. i khid.tekh. no.2:376-379 159. (MIRA 12:8) 1. Predstavlena kafedroy khimicheekoy tekhnologii. topliva Urall- skogo politekhnicheskogo instituta in. S.M.Kirova. Oninoline) (Acridine) (Isoquinoline) sl o68/62/000/001/002/002~ E071/E435 AUTHORS~ Ruslyanova, N.D., Kharlampovich 9 G.D.9 Goftman, M.V. TITLE: Oxidation of anthracene-phenanthrene.fraction with the production of anthraquinone, plithalic and.maleic Anhydrides PERIODICAL: Koks 1 khimiya, no.1, 1962, 47-52 TEXT% The process of oxidation of the above fraction in the air- vapour phase over a vanadium-potassium-sulphate-silica gel catalyst (K-26) used in the industrial oxidation of naphthalene was investigated on a laboratory scale. The starting fraction was obtained by rectification of raw anthracene fraction with a column equivalent to 25 theoretical plates. The yield of the fraction was about 50% on raw anthracene. : About 80% of anthracene and 75 to 80% of phenanthrene were concentrated in this fraction; mean composition:. anthracene 40 to 45%, phenanthrene - 35 to 40% and carbazole 10 to 15%. The oxidation of pure anthracbne and phenanthrene takes place under the following identical conditions: temperature 370*C, contact time 2,3 t I ~ 0 1 seconds, load on the catalyst 25 t0.30 g/litre hr. Card 1/,. S/068/62/000/001/002/002 Oxidation of anthracene- E071/E435 Whereupon from anthracene, anthraquinone is obtained with a yield of 60% and from p .henanthrene 54% of phthalic and 13.3% of maleic anhydrides, On shorteningthe contact.time, the ox-idation is incomplete and among the products of oxidationof phenanthrene lactone of 2-oxydiphenyl-21 carbonic acid is formed. Them oxidation of anthracene-phenanthrene fraction alt:370"C and contact time of 2.3 to 2.4 seconds leads to its complete combustion. Only on shortening the contact time to 2 see was a yield obtained which was equal to that obtained from pure products at a contact time of 2.4 sec. However,, there are substantial differences in the conditions of oxidation of phenanthrene: 1) the reaction products contained lactone, which on oxidation of. pure phenanthrene appearslonly at a contact time of I sec-, 2) there was a decrease Iin the combustion of phenanthrene and the total yield of it,s oxidation.products increased to 90% (72% acid produc Its and 18%,lactone). On shortening the contact time to 1.36 see, a similar .phenomenon was observed for anthracene; due to a decrease in the degree of complete combustion the yield of anthraquinone~inc .r- 2s to 81yo. On further hortening of the contact time to 1,06 sec, the yield cf Card 2/ s/o68/62/000'/001/002/002 Oxidation of anthracene- E071/E435 anthraquinone increased to 84% but simultaneously the yield of anhydrides decreaseC An increase in the load on the catalyst from 50 to 66 g/litre hr has a positive influence on the process, Optimum conditions at 370*C were: 1.36 time and 66 g/litre hr load on the catalyst. The composition of the mixture (proportion of anthracene 'to phenanthrene and-the content of carbazole) also has a considerable influence on the process (Table 3). In the experiments the oxidation products anthraquinone, lactone and a part of the phthalic anhydride Cabout 20%) - were caught in the air.condenser, the remaining products in water. The separation of the reaction products presented no difficulties. Anthraquinone was purified by washing with hot water to remove phthallc anhydride-, with a 20% alkali to remove lactone and then sublimated. The pure product had a melting temperature of 286 to 2870C. The aqueous.solution of phthalic and maleic acids was evaporated in vacuo and anhydrides redistilled, These can be used as a mixture or separated on the basis of the difference in their solubility in water, ~ It is considered that under industrial conditions, the- condensa4ion of the oxidation products should be donein two Card 3/y)- s/o68/62/000/0011/002/002 Oxidation of anthracene- E071/E435:. stages; single-stage scrubbing would be difficult due to a high density of the product pulp (a.high concentration of anthraquinone). The first stage scrubbing should be done in a Venturi scrubber with V) a water spray as the cooling medium. It is concluded that the oxidation of anthracene-phenanthrene fraction containing approximately equal proportions of anthracene and phenanthrene and a minimum amount of carbazole.would,be advantageous on an industrial scale, There are 5 figures, 5 tables and 4 references?, 3 Soviet-bloc and-1 non-Soviet-bloc, The reference to:an English language publication reads as follows. Ref.l: Kinneu, C.R,, Pinkus, I~ Ind. Eng. Chem. 1951, 43, no.12,, 2880~ ASSOCIATION3 Ural9skiy politekhnicheskly institut (Ural Polytechnical Institute) Cara 71V 'jaw ~jb68/62/00b/001/002/002 Oxidation of anthracene- E071/E435 Table 3. 1. raw material 2. contact time, sec 3. load'on catalyst, S/litre hr 4. Yield at the theoretical 5. anthraquinone 6. lactone 7. phthalic anhydride 8. malele anhydride 9. 55% dnthracene, 35% Phenanthrene and 1056 carbazole 10. 45% anthracene, 401,160 phenanthrene and 15% carbazole. Card PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION sov/4350 Soveshchanlye po kbimii., tekhnologii I primenenlyu proizvodnykh piridina I kh1nolina. Riga, 1957 Kh1miya, tekhnologlya i primenenlye proizvodnykh piridina i khlnollna; materialy soveshohaniya (Chemistry, Technology and Utilization of Pyridine and Quinoline Derivatives; Materials of the Conference) Riga, Izd-vo AN Latviyskoy SSR, 1960. 299 p. Errata Blip inserted. 1,000 copies printed. Sponsoring Agencies: Akademiya nauk Latviyskoy SSR4 Institut khimii; Vsesoyuznoye khimicheskoye obshchestvo. Ed.~, S.,Bazhanova; Tech. Ed.: A. Klyavinya; Editorial Board: Yu. A. Bankovskly, Candidate of Chemistry, E. V. Vanaga, Candidate of Chemistry (Resp. Ed.), L. P. Zalukayev., Doctor of Chemistry, and M. M. Kalnyn'. PURPOSE: This book is intended for organic chemists and chemical engineers. ~-4 Chemistry, Technology (Cont.) SOV/4350. COVERAGE.- The collection contains 33 articles on methods of synthesizing or producing pyridine, quino'41n,,~, and their derivatives from natural sources. No personalities are mentioned. Figures, tables, and references accompany the articles. TABLE OF CONTENTS: I. PYRIDINE AND QUINOLINE DERIVATIVES OBTAINED FROM THE THERMAL CRACKING PRODUCTS OF FUELS ARus-Ignova N. ~D.,, and M. V. Goftman [Ural ski polltekh:_ E, _V~ in; nichts -y ins ut (Ural Polytechnic Inst;tut~] -Methods of Extraction and Ways of Utilizing Coal-Tar Bases 5 Ivashchenko, Ya. N. (Vostochnyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy uglekbimicheskiy Institut (Eastern Scientific Research Institute for Coal Chemistry)]. The Present State and Pros- pects for the Production and Utilization of Hard Coal Pyridine Bases 13 S/igi/60/000/005/0,3/020. B004/Bo64 AUTHORS: Ruslyanova. N. D., Gordeyeva, Z. K., Belyayeva., G. F. TITLE: Production of Dicarboxylic Acids From By-produc ts of the Coke Industry (Liquid Oxidation.of Phenanthrene) PERIODICAL: Plasticheskiye massy, 1960, No. 5, PP- 43-46 .TEXT: The authors discuss the development of a cheap method of producing dicarboxylic acids. Phenanthrene oxidized with peracetic acid is men- tioned as suitable initial material, Resins on the basis of diphenic acid are better than resins produced from phthalic anhydride, First.. the formation of peracetic acid from 112 moles of acetic acid and 16 mole,-'of 0 30% H 0 at 80 C was studied. The amount of peracetic acid reached a 2 2 .maximum after 2-2.5 hours, which,however, was not sufficient to warrant ,an intensive oxidation of phenanthrene. Therefore. various acid catalysts were used (H SO H PO HNO KHSO K S 0 . as well as,ortho-, meta-, 2 49. 3 49 39- 49 2 2 74 and hexametaphosphates), A'66% transformation of H,O. into peracetic acid Card 1/2 ,Production of Dicarboxylic Acids From S/!91/60/000/005/013/020 By-products of the Coke Industry (Liquid B004/B064 Oxidation of Phenanthrene) was attained with KHSO after 1-5 h. The reaction temperature.was raised 4 to 950C. Best results at 95 0C were obta.ined'with K 8 0 : 88% yield. 2 2 ~7 Diphenic acid was yellowish. White diphenic acid was obtained with (NaPO 3)6' which needed no further purification.'The yield was 74-75%. After having checked the optimum amount of catalyst and.dependen-ze of diphenic acid yield on the time of oxidation, the following method Is suggested: I kg of 93% phenanthrene and 0150-200 g of catalyst are dissolved in 5 1 of 98% acetic acid, heated to 95 C., and subsequently 30% H 0 was 2 2 added, i.e., 3 1 when (NaPO was used as a catalyst, and 5 1 when K S 0 3)6 2 7 0 'was used. Above 95 C, too much H 0 is lost-- in side. reactions. 700/16 diphenic 2 2 acid crystIallizes when cooling.down to 20-25 OC, The remaining !0-15% of the total yield are precipitated after distilling off acetic,acid in vacuo, ex- tracting the residue with 10% soda solution, and adding concentra .ted HCI. Yields of 70-75% were reached when 80% phenanthrene was used. There are- 4 figures, 3 tables, and 8 references: 4 Soviet, 3 US. and 1 German. Card 2/2 KHARLANPOVICH, G-D.; ~~TgQVA.,- NO. MU'NIKOVA, V.I.; GCFWEMVA, Z.Ke; Prinimali uchastiye#6 MIRONOV., V.I*J, laborant; MAKAROVA, Z.A.,, laborant; KUDfffJLSHGVA, 4.1.., student; TAT,&4UCV, G.P.,, student; SELITSKIY, G.A.., student; ILICHENKO,, P.P., student; ?WKOVSKIKE, V.V., student; YLTSEYEV, Ye.Ie, Student Studying the new method of ammonia receovery in an experimental industrial installation. Koko i khim. no.204,-38 162. (MIRA 15:3) 1. Urallskiy politekhnicheakiy institut. (coke-Oven gas) (Ammonia) .5(2) SOV/32-25-9-13/53 AUTHORSt Ruslyanova, N. D Kruglov, B. I. Saranchat Ye. T., Iv-~novq Vq P.Y . Orestova, V.A., Nikolayeva, N.A.., Zelftser, Ye.Yu.j Ndssonova, G. D., Turkovskaya, D. V., Boltunova, N. 1. TITLE: News in Brief PERIODICAL: Zavodskay .a laboratoriya, 1959, Vol 25, Nr 9, p 1069 (USSR) ABSTRACT: i Ruslyanova,, Urallskiy politekhnicheakiy institut (Urals N. D . Polytechnic,Inatitute) recommends a polarographic method for the determination of acridine in the analysis of the matrix of anthracite resin. The method is based upon a relationship between the concentration of acridine and the height of the polarogram-wave, the half-wave potential of which lies at 0-79 v- The analysiewas carried out on a polarograph of the construction UFAN with a mirror galvanometer M-21. The relative maximum error is given with :t 3.5% and an analysis time of lo-15 minutes. B. I. Kruglov, Ye. T. Sarancha, and V I. P. Ivanov, TsZL Lisichanslcgo ~himkombina-h (Central Works Laboratory of the Lisichansk khimkombinat) describe a method for the radiometrio determination of potassium (Ref 1) in a catalyst for the isobutanol synthesis. The investigations were carried out in a B-2 apparatus with a Card 1/3 counter tube AS-2. News in Brief BOV/32-25-9-13/53 V. A. Orestova, N. A, Nikolayevat Institut vysokozolekulyarnykh poyedineniy Aa'd4m'if'nauk'SSSR (Institute of High-molecular Compounds of the Academy of Sciences, USSR) siiggest a rapid method forthedetermination of sulphur in cation-exchange resins. It consists, in principle, in that the fine pulverized .Card 2/3 sample is burned in,oxygen beside a platinum catalyst, and that combustion products are captured in a neutral hydrogen peroxide solution. The resulting sulphuric acid is titrated in the latter with a 0.01n NaOH solution. Ye. Yu. Zell tser, Nauchno-issledovatell skiy institut elektro- promyahlennosti (Scientific Research Institute of the Electrical Industry) describes a volumometric-complexometric method for the determination of nickel.-in alloys which are used for the production of permanent magnets,on,the-basis of Fe-Ni-Al-Co-Cu. Ni is separated from the aocompanying,elements by a,l%-SIMMoniapal dimethyl glyoxim solution, Co being first transferred into the trivalent form and then titrated with Trilon 13. News in Brief SOV/32-'~5-9-13/53 G. D. Nessonova, D. V. Turkovskaya, N. I. Boltunova, Moskovskiy tekstilInyy institut (Moscow Textile Inqtitute) compared four gravLmetric methods for the determination of silicon in common alkaline and silicon-organic silicates and found that the most exact results are obtained with the sulphuric acid method. There is 1 Soviet reference. ASSOCIATION: Urallskiy politekhnicheskiy institut (UralsPolytechnic Institute) TsZL Lisichandmgo khimkombinata(Central Works Laboratory of the Lisichansk khimkombinat) Institut vysokomolekulyarnykh soyedineniy Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of High-molecular Compounds of the Academy of Sciences, USSR) Nauchno-iseledo- vatel.'skiy institut elektropromyshlennosti (Scientific Research Institute of the Electrical Industry) Moskovskiy tekstiltnyy institut (Moscow Textile1nstitute) Card 3/3 50) AUTHORS: TITLEs PERIODICAL: ABSTRACT: Card 1/2 SOV/80-32- 1 4-36/47 Kharlampovich, G.D., Goftman, M.V., Raukas, M.M.. and Ruslyanova, N.D. Antiseptic Properties o If the Components of Coal Tar (Antisepticheskiye svoystva komponentov kamennougollnoy smoly) Zhurnal prikladnoy khimii, 1959, Vol 32, Nr 4, pp 905-909 (USSR) The antiseptic action of individual components of the coal-tar oil have not been sufficiently studied thus far. Therefore.theauthors undertook an investigation of the action of various coal-tar oils and their in- dividual comoonents, separated from these oils, on wood-destructive fungi of the (;--..iiophora cerebella and Merulins domesticus species. The results of the experiments are-shown in tables andin graphs where fi- gures of the loss of weight, ascribed to the destructive action of the fungi, are given. Conclusions drawn by the authors are as follows: 1. Phenols are more effective anticeptics than bases and neutral com- pounds, the effectiveness of the latter two is approximately the same; 2. The alkyllation raises the antisepticactivity of phenols; 3. Naphthols and their homologs are better anticeptics than phenol derivatives; 4. The activity of compounds with a condensed system of benzene rings is higher than that of compounds~vith diszonnected benzene rings; 5- Compounds Antiseptic Properties of the Comocnents of Coal Tar SOV/80-32-4-36/47 containing the i.-mino-groulp are a nutritive medium for the fungi, acce- ~erating their growth. Moreover; it wa3 established that a definite maximum of activity eyists for all the groups of coal t-ar components, and the values of the temperatures of these peaks are given, It was also found out that t-oxicity of.-imprognating oils did not drop when phenols wer.;_~ removed from tbem, provided that the phenol content was less than 10%; hcwever, with increasing content of,phenols above 10% the toxicity of coal-tar oils increases. Therefore, coal-tar oils with nhernol oontent higher than 10/0 are especially effective anticeptics. There are 3 graphs, 2 tables and 3 references, I of which is Soviet and 2 American. ASSOCIATION: Ural'skiy politekhnicheskly inst-l.tut imeni S.M.Kirova (Ural Polytech- niGal Institute imeni S.M.Kirov) SUBMITTED: October 4, 1957 Card 2/2 50) AUTHORS: I D. Gof tman, M.'V. SOVII56-59-2-40148 N. Y.a.1nova. . . , TITLE: The Extraction of High-Percentage Chinoline, Isochinoline and Acridine From the Basen of Coal-Tar (Folucheniye vysoko- protsentnykh khinolina, izakhinolina i akridina iz oarovaniy kamer-nougollnoy smoly) PERIODICAL: Hauchnyye doklady vysshoy shkoly. Khimiya i khimioheskaya '479 tekh-nologiya, 1959f Nr 2, pp 376-~ .(USSR) ABSTRACT: Table I shows the boiling-po-J-n-11-a of t-he initial material, the basic coal-tar fraction with a epecific weight of 1.1023. The computation of a rectifying collamn working at atmospheric pressure showed that a separation of chinoline and isochinoline practically imp-D-9sible under these air~-umstances. On the other hand, an experimental installation working at a vacuum of 60 mm Hc, produced jhinoline with a purity of 94-95%, isochinoline with a purity of 56% and acridine with a purity of 38".5%. The pure jj=eparation of the chinalines was obtained by an azeotro~e ractificaton w-Ith die M,,":'M~31yk..31 (Table ~2). Chinaidine was eliminated a9 chinophthaloneby phthalacidanhyddde. Card 1/2 The Extraction of 11�gh-Percentaga Chincline, SOV/156-59-2-40/48 Isochincline and A,,,ridine F--,.)m the Bases of C,-_-a!-Tar 11ira ac--2dine mras produced by ci-ystallization in gasoline. There ar3 -3 figures, 2 tab-Les, and 6 references, 4 of which are Sov::Sj. PRESENTED FI: Kafiiidra khim-cheslcoy tellchnologii +,.--p.!--,va Uraltzkogo pc1itekhnicheskog.-, in3titu+a im. S. MT. Kirova (Chai-" for.Chem--cal Technology of Fuels Ural Polytechnic Institute imeni S. M. Klm:~v) SUBMITTED~ J11.1-Y 7; 1958 Card 2/2 KHARLAMPOVICII, G.D.; GOITHAN, M.V.; :RAUKAS, M.14.; RUSITAROVA, N.D. Antigaptic properti"a of coal tar components. Zhur.prikl. 1. - nne nr%n L- ten ILITPA In-41 IWARIAMPOVICH, G.D.; GOFTMAN, N.V.; RUSIYANOTA,N.D.. New method of recovering ammonia from coke-oven gas. Koks.i khim. no.4:34-39 l6o. (MIRL 13:6) 1. Urallskiy politekhiatcheskiy institut. (Ammonia) (Coke-oven gas) The mechanism oI,)abibidoi;,-bF beteraCYCUC ai"JM W-Ura .-jes in the-PivillaK! ~f ,":Peitb 4 - Mina he Fr --ghtpbie S, h,6~,,d N - 1., 1, " '. -I I'N SC N. In.' 1.'T' , , ", file siallit degT" as eqkIIv mills. 131 -rIsIN &ad tile ':"rrt:sPQDdIfL anions. 'rat max. effect is ,btaincd witem the Proportiott "I anions added is sufficient to form the complex " -Y - Pi/P - I where 0 is the loss in wt. J Fe g./sq, cm. hr. and pq 40 X 10 1' IjW=vj"- Distr. 4F-2 --/494.)/WS~A RUSIYANOVA, N.D.; MOROTSKIY, O.:A. Vapor-phase catalytic oxidation of phenanthrene. Zhur, prikl. khim. 36 no.9:2085-2088 D 163. (MIPA 17:1) 1. Urallskiy poll tekhnicheakiy institut imeni S.M. Kirova. HMEAff TOE, t ROMEWIT'In, 5/068/61/000/007/001/001 E071/E435 AUTHORS: ytuslyanova, N.D., Goftman, M.V., Gordeyeva, Z.K., Privalov, V.Ye., Zubok,.A.M. and Khomutinkin, G.V.. TITLE: Production of High Percentage Phenanthrene PERIODICAL: Koks 1 khimiya, 1961, No-7, PP-48-52 TEXT: It was recently established that phenanthrene can be used for the production of diphenic acid (a raw material for high ,quality plastics and resins) and .9-10 phenthrene quinone (a valuable fungicide) but a technology fo .r.its production on coke-oven by-product plants was not available.. The authors carried out an .investigation in order to establish the most suitable starting'raw material and operating equipment and practice for the production of phenanthrene fraction from which a high percentage (above 90%) phenanthrene can be obtained.. As about 8(Wo of phenanthrene in tar is concentrated in the anthracene oil, the latter was considered'as the most suitable starting material. Calculations of the necessary column efficiencies for the separation of the pair phenanthrene-carbazole were carried out for a fraction containing 27% of phenanthrene and 2% carbazole (anthracene oil obtained from Card 1/6 S/068/61/000/007/001/001 Production of High E071/E435 the first anthracene fraction) and for a fraction contain ing 25% of phenanthrene and 11% of carbazole (a mixture of anthra,cene oil and the second anthracene fraction). The results indicated that the first type of raw.material can be rectified on a column equivalent to 17 theoretical plates into an 80% phenanthrene fraction, while in order to obtain a similar product from the second type of raw material, a column equivalent to 50 theoretical plates would be necessary. Laboratory distillations of the above two raw materials as well as of the first anthracene fraction and raw anthracene were carried out on a column equivalent to 25 theoretical plates. The results of these laboratory distillations showed that the optimum raw material for the production of a concentrated phenanthrene fraction is anthracene oil. The laboratory results were checked on an industrial scale in the by-product plant of the Nizhne-Tagil Metallurgical Combine, A mixture of anthracene oil from the first and second anthracene fractions, containing 24% of phenanthrene, 11% of carbazole and 3% of anthracene was used for the experiments. The oil was washed with a 15% alkali and 25% acid. Rectification of the Card 2/6 s/o68/61/000/007/001/00i Production of High ... ~E071/E435 washed oil (29.5 tons) was done on a column 1 m in diameter with 33 bubble cup trays. The-collection of the fractions was done from a side outleton'the 27th plate,, During the rIectification two fractions were collected'. first UP to 320*C (a light fraction) and the second, phenanthrene fraction 320 to 345*C (25-5% of the charge). This contained 80% of phenanthrene, 8% of carbazo,le and 7-7% of anthracene. All together 84.97% of phenanthrene was recovered in the fraction. It is consi-dered*that a vacuum distillation would be more suitable. The required efficiency of the column for the separation of the pair phenanthrene-carbazole for araw material containing 11% of carbazole under various, pressures was calculated. On the basis of the above investigations, the following technological scheme for the production of phenanthrene fraction is proposed. anthracene oil.washed from phenols and bases is heated in a pipe furnace to 280*C and passed into the first column equivalent to 18 to 20 theoretical plates. The light fraction is collected at the top, while the residue from ,the bottom is passed into a second column equivalent to 25 to 28 theoretical plates. The.phenanthrene fraction is collected Card 3/ 6 s/o68/61/000/007/001/001 Production of High E071/E435 from the top of this column while a part of the residue from the bottom is utilized as a heat carrier, i.e. It Is passed into the tube furnace, where it is again.preheated and returned to the second column. Both columns operate.under a vacuo at 100 mm Hg. The product-ion of.high percentage phenanthrene from the phenanthrene fraction was also tested. The fraction contains anthracene, carbazole and various oils (mainly a mixture of methyl homologues of fluarene,.phenanthrene and anthracene). Phenanthrene used for further oxidation should be freed from ,c.arbazole and resinous substances. It was established that on treatment of phenanthrene fraction.with 85% sulphuric acid at 35 to 500C, phenanthrene is not sulphonated but a carbalzole sulphate Is obtained which. after separation of the acid layer, can be recovered by dilution of the latter with water (to an acid zoncentrasion of 50 to 55%)~ The treatment removes also resinous substances, :This was as follows; the fraction was dissolved in xylole 1g2 or benzole 1:3 and treated with 85% sulphuric acid at 25 to 50"C. The consumption of acid depends on the concentration of carbazole. At a content of 2 to 3%, one Card 4/6 ---------- S/o68/6i/ooO/007/00l/001 Production of High ... E071/E435 washing with 5 vol.% of sulphuric acid for 15 minutes is sufficient. With a carbazole content of 8 to 10%,.2 to 3 washings, eachtime with fresh acid, are ne cessary. , After the treatment with sulphuric acid the product usually contained not more than 0.2 to 0.3% of carbazole. After distilling off the solvent and a redistillation of the fractionto remove oils$ it was pressed at 100 to 120 atm. A 90 to 92% product, melting at 91 to 93*C with an 80% yield was obtained. The main admixture was anthracene. Some laboratory tests 'not described) indicated that the product is suitable for the production of diphenic acid. Under industrial conditions, a product melting at 92 to 94*C was obtained, ~ After a-V1 single recrystallization from alcohol (1:5), phenanthrene melting ,at-99 to 1000C was obtained. There are 1 figure, 6 tables and 13 references: 8 Soviet-bloc and 5 non-Soviet-bloc, The,work of L.D.Gluzman (Ref.6: Koks i khimiya, 1959, No.2) is mentioned. The references to English language publications read as follows: R.E.Dean, E.N.WhIte, D,McNeil, J.Appl.Chem.,1953,3,io,469; V.N.Kamat, Sa, J.Sci.Ind.Res-1956,15,P.8; U.S.Patent 2575314, C.N., 1952, 8152. Card 5/6 S/068/61/000/007/001/001 Production of High ... E071/E435 ASSOCIATIONS: Ural'skiy politekhnicheskiy institut (Ural Polytechnical Institute) (Ruslyanova, N.D., Goftman, M.V. and Gordeyeva, Z.K.); V'UKhIN (Privalov, V.Ye.); Nizhne-Tagillskiy metallurgicheskiy kombinat (Nizhne-Tagil Metallurgical Combine) Zubok, A.M. and Khomutinkin, G.V.) Card 6/6 "Aircroft (,'.irricrz of P-Atomic a chapter from the book Problems lion of" Atomic Energy, t*hC Second revised edition of a collectio- in-l-IC.-C, Utiliza- -fc)-57T, -MOSSIE01", USSIR of orticles, pi~blislccd in AUTHOR: Rusyatinskiy, Ye.Ye.. SOV-115-58-3-17/41- TITLE: A Device for Checking the Verniers of Trammels (Prisposoble- niye dlya poverki noniusov shtangentsirkuley. PERIODICAL: Izmeritellnaya tekhnika, k958, fir 31 p 51 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The description of a device suggested for use in checking trammels being repaired is given. The device consists of the trammel frame with a bracket with a clamp for a small indicator with a measurement range of 2 mm soldered to it. In checking operations, the frame will be fixed by a screw on the bar of the trammel. The frame,with the vernier be- ing checked will be shifted and a matching of the division marks on the trammel with the division marks on the vernier will be watched and compared with the indicator readings. 1, Gages--Design Card 1/1 RIJSANOV,A.K.; RUSTATSYLAYA E-V-; 1L'YAS(NA,X-V- loo--6600.0)- of spark and are spectra of elements (range 2 A Atlas o 1:44-45 Ja-F '55- (m& 8:9) Izv. AN SSSR. Ser. fiz. 19 n 1. VsesoYuznYY institut minerallnogO sY'r'Ya (SDeCtrum analYals) (Spectrometer) RUSYAYEV-, A.P. Study of norbidity among, petroleum workers of Turkmenistan; Aeport No.6: Skin diseases. %drav.Turk. 2 no-3:32-37 Mzr- Je '58. (MM 12:6) 1. Iz kantedry obshchey giglyeny (zav. - prof. Yu.A.Dobrovol'- sl-.iy) Turkrienskogo gosudarstvennogo meditsinskogo institute, in. I.V.Stalina i Respublikanskogo nauchna-matodicheskogo byuro sanitarnoy Btatistiki (dir. - prof. Yu.A.Dobrovol'okly). (TIJIUMIIISTAII--PEThOMUM WOMRS-DISEASES AND HYGIFMA) (SKIN-DISMASES) q RUSYAYEV, A. P.9 GAND MED SCII "EXPERIENCE ASTUDY OF OENERAL MORBIDITY, OF PETROLEUM WORKERS.(NEBIT-DAOSKIY~ RAYON OF TuSSR). ASHKHABADI 1960. (KHARIKOV MED INST). (KLI 3-61, 234). 454 V..!_ g-in-jy !nzh-, ~11'3~.A 4 t B,A4, gorryy Inoh.5 gornyy i rmh. hinti tape v-, 9ura for ineasurIng the depth oLf down blastholes. Cor, zhur. no.6,56-57 Je 165, (WRi 18!7) 1. NAuchno-is:sletlovatollskly i proyaktn(j.-kon..3truktorskiy lnstitll*. gornogo i obogatitellnogo mashinostroyenlya. ZUG eP M *uzs*wg-~~, S, t U RUSYAYr6V. I.F., inzhener; KRECHKO, P.Ya.; ZHUKOVSKIT. K.A., agronom. Axperience in growing rice with periodicalirrigation without flooding. Gidr.i mel. 6 n0.4:9-14 Ap 154. ~(MLEA 7:5) (Rice) (Irrigation farming) SU~RMELI) D.D., kand. tekhn. nauk,- MIKIIAYLOVA, R..D., kand. tekhn. nauk; RMAYZIIA,~5.P., inzh.; KRONGAUZ, V.N., inzh. Bitumen emulsions. Stroi. mat. 11 no.2:9-10 F 165. (MIRA 18:3) RUSYA-YEVA, G,G. Pasture digrersion in the sand deserts of the eastern Balkhash region. Bot. zhur. 49 no.5:682-685 My 164. (MIRA 17:8) 1. Vsesoyuznyy institut kormov, pochto.voye otdeleniye Lugovaya, Moskovskaya oblast'. ~(YRVEVO , T- IRODYAKIN, N.F., dotsent; MOZRAR, B.S., kandidat medits;inskikh nailk-;' YUMVICH, A.Ta., kandidat meditsinskM nauk; BOBFDV, S.M., Mladshlye naucbzqe sotradniki; RUSTAMA, T.P.; KURBANDT.- Yrach; ITAUOVA, T.P., felldsher. Prevention of suppurative skin diseases among cotton workers. Test.ven. i derm. no.4:16-18 JTI-Ag 155. (MLRA, 8:12) 1. Iz Tarkmenskogo nauchno-iseledovatellskogo,kozhno-venero- logicbeekogo Institute. (dir.-doteent N.F.Rodyakin) (PTODEM, prevention and control, in cotton workers) (OCGUPATIONAL DISFASICS, P70dsrma in cotton workers, prev.) BAZYKA, A.P.,; RUb-MYEVA, T.P., vrach Differential diagnosis of syphilis and tuberculosis of the diaphyses of the long tubular bones. 7,drav.Turk. 2 no.l: 36-38 Ja-F 158. (HIRL 12:6) 1. Iz Turkmanskogo na-uchno-iseledovatellakogo kozhno-venerologi- cheskogo instituta (dir. - dots. N.F.Rodyakin). (BOIERS--TUBIMICULOSIS) (BOINS-SYPHILIS) RUSYAM, A. P. Injuries among petroleum workers. Zdrav.Tark. 3 no.5:17-24 S-0 159. (MMA 13:4) 1. Iz kEtfadry obshchey g1glyeny (zaveduyushchiy - prof. Yu.A. Dobravollskly) Turkmenskogo gosudarstyennogo meditsinskogo imsti- tuts. im. I.T. Stalina. (IMIT-DAG--PETROLLIUM IRDUSTRY AND TRADr,-AGGII)ENTS) 77- 1 rjg--,~7 HUS YA Tx, X, A. P. In the name of mi an, for hio lBaltuh. Zdrav. Tuvk. no-5:32-5 S-0 761. (MII-A 14:12) 1. Zamestitell ministra zdravookhraneni Turkmenskoy.SSR. (00144UNIS1,11) (PUBLIC HEALTHf 1644MTR~' RUS"LAYEV, A.P.; BAGIROV, B.G. (Ashkhabad) Disease Incidence among petroleum workers in the Nebit-Dag petroleum industry and measures for its prevention. Sov. zdrav. 20no.12:5&-69 161. (1,1IWL 15: 6) 1. Iz kafedry obshchey gigiyeny (zav. - doktor meditsinskikh nauk prof. Yu.A. Dobrovollskiy) Turkmenskogo meditsinskogo instituta imerli I.V. Stalina i Ashkhabadskogo instituta epidemiolo.vii i gigiyeny (dir. - dotsent Ye.S. Popova). (NE, BIT-DAG REGION-PETROLUEM WORKERS-DISEASES A14D HYGIEVE) M "IMI 1 11 ff: L 58983-65 W(e)/EWT('M)/Eiip(i)/Eo(t)/EWP(b) iJP-,(C) ACCESSION NR: AP5019017 UR/0286/65/000/012/0042/0042 550.835 !AUTHOR! Filippov, Ye. M.; VjKhtin.., B, S.; RUspyevi V. Go ITITLE: A device for determining the moisture content of ores which contain boron. lClass 21, No. 171937 24 -,J SOURCE: Byulleten' izobreteniy i tovarnykh znakoV, no. 12, 1965, 42 TOPIC TAGS! mining engineering, ore, moisture measurement the:'mo ist - ABSTRACT: This Author's Certifica-te introduces a device for deu'ermining content in ores which contain boron. The unit contains a neutron source, detector land cadmium screen for shielding the detector from the effect of thermal and epl- 'thermal neutrons which are sensitive to the content of boron in the ore. Accuracy ,is improved and single valued readings are obtained by using an indicator which is activated by slow neutrons which are not sensitive to boron. ASSOCIATION: non.e SUBMITTED- IOMar64 ENCL: 01 SUB CODE NP OTHERe:- 000 NO REP SOVI"r- OM ISard-A0 wl~ r4 RUSYAYEVA, G.G. Vegetation of the gravelly desert of the Dzungarian.Gates. Bot.zhur, 46 no.3:389-395 Mr 1610 (MIRA 14:3) 1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut kormov, stantsiya Lugovava, Moskovskoy oblasti. (Dzungarian Gates-Desert flora) MJSTAYEVA, G. G. Flowering time of vormwoods of the subgenus Seriphidium (Bess.) Rouy. Bot.zhur. 44 no-10:1510-1511 0 '59. (MIRK 13:4t 1. Vaesoy-uznyy.nauchno-issladovateltakiv institut kormov in. V.P.Villyamea. (Balkhash region--Wormwood) (Plants, Flowering of) RODYAKIII, N.F.,dotsent; MOZHAR, B.S., kand. mod. nauk; YURKHVIGH, A.Ya., kand. mad. nauk; BOBROT, S.M., mlad. nauch. sotr; RUSYAYIVA, T.P,/, m1ad. nauch. sotr; KURBAITOV, A.K., trach; VASIL'YXVA, O.A., sestra. Use of adhesive tape caps in treating dermatomycosis under rural conditions in Turkmania. Vamt. van. i dorm. no-5:48-50 S-0 155. (HI2A 9:1) 1. 1z Turkmenskogo umLuchno-iseledovateltakogo koshno-venorologicho- skogo institute, (dir.-dots*nt H. F. Rodyakin). (SKIN, diseases, fungus dis., ther. use of adhesive tape cap in rural conditions in Russia) (RURAL CONDITIONS, in Russia, ther. of fungus dis. of ski!i, use of adhesive tape capY (BANDAGING AND MSSING, adhesive tape cap, use in ther. of fungus die. of skin in rural conditions in Russia) 21370 S,/021/61/000/0112/007/011 10.1600 D251/D305. AUTHORS: Leonov, M. Ya,,and Rusynko, K. M. TITLE: On the macroscopic theory of brittle destruction PERIODICAL: Akademiya nauk Ukrayinslkoyi R3R. Dopovidi, no. 12, 1961, 1582-1586 TEXT: The author introduces the concept of macro-stress in a so- lid body, defined by the strains averaged within some sphere. It is assumed that in a rigid body plastic deformation does not occur and the values of resistance determined by G. V. Uzhik (Ref. 1: soprotivleniye otryvu iprochnost' metallov (Resistance to Crack- ing and the Strength of Metals), Izd-vo AN SSSR, 1950) are used. M, Basic hypothesis: Brittle destruction takes place when the maximu macrostress of the resistance to cracking is attained. The formula S f _VET p 2(1 v2) a Ca.rd 1/ 3 21370 S/021/61/000/012/007/011 On the macroscopic ... D251/D305 for breakdown stress is obtained, where T-is the surface energyo E the modulus of elasticity,CX,= Va wherj a is the length of the e crack, and p the radius of the sp ere for which the stresses are. averaged, and v is Poisson's coefficient. It is shown that the for mulae of Griffith and Sack arise for a special case of the argu- ment, when the coefficient of concentration of.macroseopic' tension. is given by P-' ct, + (x + -F2 + 2U_ + 0~ a (2) .and 4vb -V-l+ b + 12-+0(, L(3 - 4v) b1 +0() k 1 +0() 2 b kT2_ -+-a (TF1 -+-b7 2 P_ V2 + 2 V,+ 0(~ a (7) Card 2/3 21370 S/02 61/000/012/007/011 On the macroscopic ... D251YD305, In this case Muskhelishvili's formula is used to give the dis- placement. There are 1 figure, 1 table and 8 Soviet-bloc referen- ces. ASSOCIATION: Instytut mashynoznavetva ta avtomatyky AN URSR (In- stitute of Machine Science and Automation AS UkrSSR) PRESENTED: by H. N. Savin, Academician AS UkrSSR .SUBMITTED: May 16, 1961 Card 3/3 RUSYR.VIT-37W, Yu., (Mfajor-En,ineer) apprearina in "Krasnaya Zvezdall, No. 127, lefueling, of 'ircraft in the Air," May 31, 10,55. The article describes three systems of,refu-,Iin'- in the air used by air forecs of the world. Summar*y D-286307, 11 July 1955 RUSYATIZISKIY To Ye DENChENKO, L.I. Using plane-parallel end measuring rods for checking Instrument rderoscopes. lzr.. tekh. no.4:20..21 Jl-Ag 157. (MM 10::8) (Kicroscope) KIITJDOKC,W,IOV, D.N.; FEDCHENKO, A.M.; RUSTI, V.D. Effect of the structure of pearlitic cast, iron on its machin- ability. Lit. proizv. no-3:38 Mr 164. (IMIRA 18:01) Ru:yfyl Effect of simultaneous hardening of hcIders and bits of hard- alloy toc2s on their quality. A-. t.promn. 31 no.5.39--12 M7 165s (WRA 18:5) 1, ~Ilnskiy avtozavod. BWORIIAN, L.A.; KISEII-'V,, Ye.N.; RUSYY,, V.D.; 7HITNITSKIY, S.I.; 'KSHINSigiYA, ',Y L T.P.; BOL FROVOROV, V.V. R Using compact-grained hard alloys in the automobile industry. Avt. prom. 31 no.2:39-41 F 165. (11TIVi 18:3) 1. Nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut tekhnologii avtomobillnoy promyshlennosti, 14.-nskiy avtozavod, Bryanskiy avtozavod, Moskov- skiy zavod malolitrazhnykh avtomobiley, GorIkovskiy avtozavod i Yaroslavskiy motornyy zavod. I tp-zting It-he ,Jo,,:D-des~ Hidrolr.g-al kczl-_ry 14. e s e a r c h 11 n s t i ti-, a zi e v c. -C)pa~? RUS;,, Ervi-nne, marnok, t!.-icmanyos H7draulics of Vizile i k-,z.1 rr..'~.64e-648 ,64. 1. I;ripntikl*ic Re~:tiarrch Imot-itlitc cil' -mer Develnpmtonlt Budape3t. Do 6-0 0-0- ww w v I MI'l !Ili all v a A v #1 4) A; a I., I a c D v 6 to x t 0 ft 0 1 LN alsy 00 AV sr. n A A NOIAV 414,M) YOSIM W I I r A.I.AL-'Zq Z JQJ 'a WL A-1- v u! aMdpw -j 2tqjvwm,(q pmywbqo aq uw amt"jntmw jupd -; %9wjj- mxo up-i p-d " 00 ag OROA 'n UMPI- " JO WI%4uwuw UD Aq WH P-wq ul p-a*- paqwi rK- aU *-3.*tq -p qUA 00 wquepLw tannnA v ul pw papm emam ()*in-#OWA )a -bt A-- O a - 00 l n P- Pr u "W" p #umMin ja mMom jo u";2 e1 (a&ms voqv so . - % . '%A o v 0 u l I eel a , stol v q l tel al I q d 1 00- j"("T "MA p n utS K mwppg P 00 00. 00 /* 00 00 v 00 6 8 flA ft r 1 f 0 l if- a a 0 ift L a /rechnalogy all wife PrAuction far J.efirlr-M- 4. Mi-a-10:, " I MIM-11FIRT-1- 11.2- 7. -"2 mar -I-1, A inim efor therm,wit-nient% wilb wit" oif f,)r On, -ii-fvT --in limit) PI, R11 11, OMMI1. (A-,"'O %lim'O '41 1 , N, (10M), Fe-C,inst~ntan (Rig)). F-0,1wi (14(iiij, Cl ........ ~t C"Vel (1, :1~501. C11-c"o-lottan 1-1191, The t,nipi, nd iberin -ICII-IC PlItt'11M.11 11,11-11-A 1', 141 'If 1111P ~, "Idni-d th,, t, k 1, (1 flity- one nvist us~ in I-I wires is dQscrihiA, anti I-w to ri".1t, q. Ind anneal them Uxampit! I ts lirrp-1. st, that it - finaJI ,q tiv- sis will ~m Cv 54-34, Ni 45.61). Mu 0. 11 Pc 0-1)"R, C O-SX15. and S rj.0(1;%. I mast tht-ii 1w kt-pt bi, 14 hrs. at WV In ;III etm. Eic furnace. fil!Gwkd !)y raising tile ("rip. to It W river 4 ttrs., niul krt-pitnj at thbf ternp. ten 1, br, The ttnlp,~ls OR-11 allum-i 6. 'fgr~v front 1;.n1 to IfIlAng, WiliV& tittle tile fiiVeii k havintemll With a plietallackhatiln'Cr of fi-Y) kg. jymob,"ll Distri. 420/4M(w) 5467 0,L B Meetrotechnical Sheet tLW of the -permilto -Ler ~Mwl! L HIL t Blachy elektrotechniczne typu permalloyl~ Hutnik. No.' ?--a 195' 7, ~.3;j_304; 2 tabs. A review. of magnetically permeable alloyks produced at the Depart- inent of Experimental Production of the Institute of Non-Ferrnug Me- N is & Tables show the properties of permalloy and Therynoperm alloys ____!_Lo_'ducod at the Department. After ove Pr rooming many dtfflcultlei~ the techniques of producing such alloys have been mastered to such air extent that the most Important. Permalloya can be now. manu-facture-d in this country. The permalloys, manufactured have the correct che- mical' composition and C and S Impurities are kept-down to about i 0.0068/a and 0.003% respectively. The magneUc propectles are not less satisfactory than by similar alloys produced abroad. The Ingots are, af tar suitable treatment, rolled to strip of the required size. The width. of strip does not exceed 200 min., and the thlckne~s 6AO nun. Strip up to 0.03 mm. thick his been made on' a quarter technical scale with the 0 -it iV Distrt _4Ue 5475 62t.318 RU$z J.. Wral Low Nickel Content ierjnalloy~ Containinir._36% of ,Permaloj niskoniklowy 0 zawartolci 369/4 niklu". Przeglq d Teleko . , munIkocyjnY. No. 8, 1057, pp. 242-246, 9 1 lgs~ 4 tabs. Rescirch work carried out by the Institute of -Nort-Ferroui Metals, has derr. nstrated the complete serviceability of Polish made 360A nickel alloy as regards minimizing low frequency M3gnetic sub-units, and e6peciall) transformers used, for Instance, - in the circult of a transit terminal repeater, a field type generator telephone and so om M oreover, i attentlo n is directed to the versatility- of the low nickel 'content - per- malloy,.making It ~posslble to obtain a materlal having either a*.nat permeability characteristic within the range, of weak fields or Increased values of the Initial and maximum, 1permeabillity. High Importance Is also attributed to the economlejact r of the 0 e c n 0 tent of nickel. The r results obtained when.MtMjlh~ PermaJI nder..Vgcuum justify the expectation that the 3661i rxicLet aT loy war In soM' c$ses be~,etfltable for replacing high nLek I ~n!eqit Vermalloys.' Prodilets -f).rd Ji e i r p I c- L i F F-i g) I I n d1 .3 t ry !"T 43 CA-, o f Fs~ ed UfsdOuring thia Fatteninp: Feriwi on thc- r,"hcmici!1 Comvositiort of Ginose Fft 1. Prumrq'l T)o tr~-v io, 574-5078. as bf-en es tar, I ished OPA tl!e f at of rlp_ese fed with corn, Contains less S,~-tur!tted -,Cids "'S , v e e 5 e , Pl t 4. 0, -, P dU-7 with wits. V~re 1;4ss stable '~,,rder fro:-en s t c, r -. p- e caverp :,I tit'les. 19hesb. POLAND Chemical Tech nology. Chemical Products and H Their Application. Corrosion. Protection from. Corrosion. Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Khimiyaj No 19, 1958, 648ok Author Balicki S, Rusz J Inst Title The Rate of Oxidation of Fluid Bearings of Alloys Orig Pub: Prace inst. hutn., 1958, 10,.No 1, 29-39 Abstract: A scheme of apparatus was developed for the in- vestigation of the rate of oxidation (RO) of fluid bearings of alloys by the weight methode RO of an alloy comprises (in %): 1) Sb lle2s Cu 5.07, Sn the remainder-1-2 Mg/cM2/hr at tempera- ture 500-7000; 2) Sb 14.55, Sn 9-7. Cu 1.93, Ni 0-7, Cd 1.929 As 1.61 Pb the remainder-10 mg/cm2/ hr:at 500-5500. RO increases by 10 times with an Card 1/2 5 EXGERPT~ MICA Sec 8 Vol 12/9 Neurology Sept 59 44 oa. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AND PREGNANCY - Sclerosis multiplex 6s terhes- Sog -_HALES. - IN-DEGGYOG. SZLE 1958, 1111-2 (35-41) Of 100 uniparous or multiparous MS patients, 21 had had the onset of their disease at some stages of pregnancy. In 12 cases, pregnancy occurred in the course of de- velopment of the MS. In 67 cases, the MS began 1-12 yr. after there had been one or more pregnancies. An untoward effect of pregnancy was present or assumed to be present in 14 of 23 cases, but pregnancy is not regarded as a causative factor of MS. The indication for interruption of pregnancy should be considered in each in- -dividual case; no rules can be given in this regard. Edgar..-,Awsterdam (Vill. 10* AA IL Pal, dr. ; ZSADANYI, Otto, dr.; TORDI, dr.; RUSZ, Sandor, dr.; IIIASZ) PERT(AZINI, Rezso, dr. Vi-Ilage population morOidity In 19(:')l. Orv. hetil. lOr no-37:1742- 1746 13 S 164. '),~brec~ni C:-vosI-udcmanv-i F-Yetem, Ideg- es EL7eklinika (igazgato: L Juhusz Fal dr.) W M MIMRA MMMIN RUSZ, Sandor gnancy. Ideg. szemle 11 no.1-2135 Multiple sclerosis and prep -41 Feb-Apr 58. (mumipm SCLHROSIS, in pregn. possible etiol. role of pregn.. (Hun)). (PRVP,IMNGY, compl. multiple sclerosis, possible etiol. role (Hun))