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slo621611000100610041010 B1i7/B2o6., AUTHOAS: Dubinin, M. M. V ishn yakova,M M. Zaverina, Ye~ D. (Deceased), Zhukovskaya, Te. G., and -Sarakhov, A. I. TITLE: Investigation of the adsorption properties and se~atdary pore structures of adsorbekrits htaving the effe-,:t of micro- filters, Communication 4. Granulated syrithetlx~. 7-tolites of the A-type PERIODICAL: Akademiya nauk SSSR., Izvestiya. 0 d e I e r. i y ekh).mic-heskikh, nauk, no. 6, 1961, 1387-1395 TEXT: The authors investigated the adsorption propertiea~ the seoondary pore structures of the grains and thelt apparent, and grarimetr.1-a,'dersity. Granulated A-type zeolites obtained by Srviet at the ~eglnning. of studies in the field of zeolite r3ynthea~'s, wer.~ A nlxmbar of specimens by Ya. V. Mirskly (Mr) were nie4, dur;ng prc_duction of which the pressure was repeatedly ~,hangad, aiad one srji~,jimeri by B. A. Lipkind (Lp), The designation of the saraplics to ~~cmp-~sed ef the abbreviated name of the producer and the spe,imen. numt-r giv-2~n b.,,r him. Card 1/8 5~'06 '6 -,/'GOO/ Coe-/004/0110 9t72, Investigation of the adsorption... B 1B2C6 L--an firm Linde (I), Two specimens each of granulated zeoll-tA-s by zh,? Amer and (II) in the form of grains with 1/8" diame-ler we-re used f(-z .7ompa-rison. To the sodium form,(NaA) belonged: Mr-296,, Lp-,202-21, Lir~de AA (I)-, Linde 4A (II). To the calcium form (CaA) belringed: Mr-297, Ur-347, Mr-372, Mr-380, Linde 5A (I) and Linda 5A (H). The isotherms of sorption. and desorption of benzene vapors wer*3 datermir-ed L-y sorp-;ion sleales in vacuum. The specific method for experiments with zacllltes was prevIously described by M. M. Dubinin (Ref. 3: Izv. AN SSSRI Otd. khim. ti., 1961, 750). The isotherms determined had generally the sime --,~haraote:- as thcse mentioned by the authors, Ye. A. Leontlyev and V, M., Luk~yancvich (Ref. 2: Izv. A7 SSSR. Otd. khim. n.; 1961, 396).. Adsorption isotherms of water vapors were measured,by sorption scales in vacuum for dire,,-t comparison of the adsorption properties of granulated, completely dehydrated zeolites. The secondary pore structure of the grains was investigated by pressing in mercury, and according to the sorption method. Mercury porometry makes it possible to determine the disluributiGn of the pore volumina according to their effective radii in the range of 6 1*10 to 15-25 From the isotherms of caDillary' cord,~nsaticr, of vapors Card 2/8 S/062J611/000/08/004/010 Investigation of the adsorption... B117/B2o6 of substances, for which the pore structure of zeolite crystals (primary,~ porosity) is Inaccessible, sorption volum, or the summary pore voluminia with effective radii below 100 R might easily be found. From thes'a data, the total volume of the secondary pore structure may be '3al-.ulated. In experiments with mercury, low- and high-pressure pore meters were used (Ref. 4: M. M. Dubinin, A. I. Sarakhov and G. A. Ryabikov, Zh, fiz. V khimii 32, 1404, (1958); Ref. 5: M. M. Dubinin, M. M~ Vishayakova4 Ye. G._~hukovskaya, Ye. A. Leontlyev, V. M. Luklyana-tiahf A. L, Sarakhov, Zh. fiz. khimii 34, 2019 (1960)). Zeolite grains whIch were in. equilibrium with the air hum7i-dity were applied. The main chara,,,terlstics of the secondary pore structure of zeolite grains are listed in Table 3. Table 4 contains information on the volums of the secondary pcre structure. When applying zeolite grains in practice, it is not the adsorpti-4-:? power of the unit of massof the grains which is of vital importarica, bat the unit of volume of the grain layer. Therefore, the correlation m..~qt be eatablished between adsorption properties as well as apparent density of the zeolite, granules and the volume of their secondary pore stracture, This problem may be solved if composition of zeolite grai.Ls and of the.9--condary pores are known from experimental data. The oal;:ulat-A ar.d experimental Card 3/8 310f:e "t,!/00,01008 '0041010 Investigation of the adsorption... Bl~i 20' characteristic features of A-type zoolite grains are. ocripared with ea-7-h other in Table 5- the values for the apparerit grain d4nEitty agree well In general. The deviations amount to a maximum ~,f ~t3* rhi mllar fc.-T NaA grains. exDerimental maximum adsorption volums 'or watzr ara 6.1 For most of the CaA grains of Soviet and Amerit-an crigirl.. the mqm1._-,um adsorption volums are below the values cal-,ulat,?d frcm the ~~rystal con-.ent. A part of the highly disperse zeolite orystals, i-, CaA grains, Is obviously excluded from the adsorption process for yei reasons. The latter are being investigated at prc_~:Iarllt. T"he ~,f the granulated A-type zeolites synthetized by Scvl~e; With corresponding American specimens showed Thai with respec, to ~;helr adsorption properties they are only identioal at the slirfa,~e of se:~oridary pores. This concerns the accessibility of -;he pore,stracture of -the actual zeolite crystals for the adsorbable molecules, as will as the adsorption of bigger molecules. The zeclite graiLs _Irvestigated j4how strongly differential volumina;of the secondary porer struu~tu_re,' That is the main reason for the fact that the apparent and gravimetric density and thus the adsorption,properties of granulated zealites are different for .the units of volume of the grain layers, The authori 1,hank B. A. Upkind Card 4/8 ' B/062/61/000/008/004/010 Investigation of the adsorption... B117/B206 and Ya. Mirskiy for'supplying speoimene and experimental'-data on and Y1 apparent densities of the grains. app are There are,2 figures,,5 tableav and- 7 references: 5 Soviet-bloe'and 2 non-Soviet-bloo. As two referen6es. to English-language publications re ad as 'follows: D. W. Break, W. G. Eversole, R. M. Milton, T. B. Read T. L. Thomas, J. Amer. Chem. Soo.. 7 8, 5963 (1956); R. M. Barrer, W. M. Meier, Trans. Faraday Soo. 1 2 07 (1958). ASSOCIATION: Institut fizich6skoy e khimii. AkadeMii nauk SSSR (Ineiitut . of.Physical Chemistry, AS USSR) SUBMITTED: December 12, 196o Card 5/8 7 n L, 20364-66 &?r(1)/E,1jT(M)/T AC(f-N-R--.--APU0l2076 SOURCE~=DE: UR/0062M, 17311 ~.1 0 Ye. F AUIHOR: Dubinin, M. M! P. Berezidna, Yii. T.; Polst-yanov. bikova, Z Sarakhov A, I. khimii AN "Y:- ORG: Institiie of Physical Chelilist!Z SSSR (Institut fizicbeskoy ~TITLE: Study of the adsorption-propertieu and secondary porow structure of idsor~~, .bents having molecular-sieve action. Report U.'specific surface"of secondary Pores',.. of molded synthetic zeolites, t3~06; A .SOURCE: AN SSSR. Izvestiya. Seriya khimicheskayaj:no 1,0 1965 1731-1740 TOPIC TAGS: adsorption,-.7.eolite,~porosity, ~nolecular 6ieve ABSTRACT, (TheAnalysis of the phisic-al content of various .'Meth6ds'of deter-- ,mining the'specific, surface of-the secondary Pores of formed ze6lites is presented. The specifi; surface of secondary pores.of an equivalent sorbent; model 'with an accepted geometric fom of the pores can be calculated from experiments on the depression of mercury and the capillary. condensation of benzene. By using a highly sensitive weight adsorption device thw specific ~sur--F faces close to actual# -of secondary Pores -0'- f ' formed TM. A a" Us external'surfaces of the zoolits- crystale contained In them-aii dstirulne& ,The specific surfaces or the sec6ridary,pdres'of the foma~ i eonies are ,determined main2jy by-the porous structure of additives of tb9,b1jrid1=g sub-,w stances. The specific 'surfaces of the se-c-ondari.pores for, equivalent porus sor-a- Z.. UDC: ~541. Card 1/2 USSR/Chemistry Nepheline FD-3010 Card 1/1 Pub - 50 11/17 Author Sarakuz, N. K. Title Improvement in the operation of a plant department producing nephe- line coagulant Periodical Khim- prom. No 6, 361-363, Sep 1955 Abstract A simplified and improved method of decomposing nepheline with sulfuric acid was applied with the result that the capacity of the plant department was raised by 90% as compared with the planned capacity, the coefficient of nepheline decomposition increased from 88% to 92%, the output increased by 5.2%, the con- tent of aluminum oxide in the produat raised to.11~7% from 10%, and the production cost reduced. One graph, one figure, 2 tables. Institution Neva Chemical Plant SOV-918-58-2-5/21 AUTHORS: Dzhimsheli, G~A., Professor. Doctor of Technical Sciences, Saralidzeq A.E., and Kereselidze, N.B., Candidates of Technic- al TITLEt :A Sedimont -Rejecting Water Intake at the Bottom (Nanososbra- syvayui3hohiy donryy Yodozabor) PERIODICAL: Gidrotekhniaheskoye stroitelistvo, 1958, Nr 2, pp'3.6-38 (USSR) ABSTRACT- The existing bottom water intakes do not ensure a'dontinu6us delivery of sedimant-free.water. Professor G.A. Dzhimsheli has designed'an improved device in which the,simplicit of Y open water intakes has been retained. The water is for the most part freed of bottom sediment before it enters ,!eiving gallery. A description of the intake is given There is 1 diagram. 1. Power plants-'Operation 2. Water filters--Applications., 3. Water--Purificatio-n Card 1/1 114 48 ~5 EWT(m S/0-181/64/006/011/3383/3391 AP4048418- - ACCESSION NR: AUTHORS: Kosevich, A. M.; Saralidze, Z. X.; Slezov, V. V. TITLE: Coalescence of dislocation loops SOURCE: Fizika tverdogo tela,-v. 6 no 11, 1964, ~33_81_3391 0 et:f di.8107!. TOPIC TAGS: dislocation motion, dislocati n n ormatiah, cation study, radiation damage ABSTRACT: The article deals-speicifically-viith a solutibn,of intetm-:~-.~ stitial atoms and the prismatic disipcation-lo produqed~by h, SUP- 9P defects in a sample subjected to radiation damage.-,. Th6:au hors:con-: sider the final stage of dislocation-loop development, when the' loop; dimensions are sufficiently large and the supersaturatioln is very low, so that coalescence (growth of large loops by dissolution of smaller ones) is the predominating mechanism. Elastic interaction between loops is assumed negligibly small. Each loop is regarded as Card 1/2 L VT Pi-h IJP(c) Gn, A ---SS 10 NNP: AP5005283 S /0181/65/007/002/oh64 IOL69 A'TT'i OP :Kosevich,- A. M. ; Wrgvelashvill 1. G._; UrLLnfte ~b.K -istribution of charge near a prismatic dislocatior 'Loo-a in ar ionic- riqmw- tal tverdago tela, -,-. 7, no. 2, 1965, 464-1469 Tf) P 11 C -A charge distribution. dislocation loop de'vs-lopment, varan-y ~-f-ncentra- tion A D!27~.A.r T! The authors determine the distribution of stationary electric charge dislocation loop In Rr, ficnic r-_vqta1. The loop may he ei- --tweffn aL intmd--d -3ar- of an atcmic Dresei-.c,~ ~-.f '4r-&- '.ension alona r! --hp action -.f &n external =*.rran. r, ar fr7-z z- --Is is nr~Auced and givee rise to & liff,.v~ior. deve'-,i,,qm&rt %~' 5 1 OC Ft L j 1,1rection ::r *hl, dirr,isic-n 1; del-.Mine,i frcv. ~bs :-ati-) Card 1/2 L 38539-65 ACCESSION NP: AP5005283 of the equilibrium concentration of the vacancies ne~ar ~he 11310cation ar4l th'Lb effective "averve siloersaturation" of the volume. it is shcun that In addition to the electric double layer, the 7olwne list-Itution of thr- vacanci2s Jr. ~-I~ nary mode, s",' on r,-! (-f e'~c f3r-M,14. on of crargea 01' opposit,- sign QLher defec"s. -he dirn-ision flux of Yacan-cies through Vie surface 3urround!ng tne nucleus of ine Jislocaticn leads to a cha"e in '-he ~UmiensionE of the pris- mati-, 4~isl-cati:)n. These results are new compared with those obtalned by Esheiby et al (Phil. Mag. T. 3, 25, 75, 1958). Orig. art. has: 31 formulas. ASSOCIATION- Fiziko-tekhnirheskly ins-s-t-i' AN -.7-rSSP. Khar'Xvv 9 e A-5 , -1., - 'nstitule Qf Eb,)raija-a~ SUBMITTED: 22Ju164 ENCLt 00 ME CODEt 98 RR REF GM C.M 2/2/)q-1- 002 GTHER3 001 149036-65 9W(10A /66A C ACCESSIGN MR: Ap5oo6m AUTMRL_Saralidze_, Z. K.; Plezov. V. V. 5/0181/651/00r,-/003/00 /091.1 MU: Coalescence of dislocati2p loops in the nonstationary mode (6 SCUME: Fizika tverdogo tela, v- 7, no. 3, 1965, 904-911 TOPIC TAGS: dislocation loop, dislocation motion, vacancy source, interstitial atom source, distribution function ABSTRACT: Thin is a contiauati.)n of earlier work (Fm- v. 6, 3383, 1964), devoted to the coalescence of dislocation loops in the absence of volume sources of vacan- cies or interstitial atoms. The present article deals with conditions when volume sources of interstitials and vacancies are present, such as in the case under the influence of radiation. The nonstationary mDde can arise, for examplei if a super- saturated solution of inert gases is produced in the irradiated solid, when the pores filled vith gas serve as traps for vacancies, so that the number of inter- Ertitial atcm remains uncempenzated. The behavior of an ensemble of prismatic lis- Ine-atirm Inemn In the nrenenea of volume anurnag in alde-red under the ansuzmtion L h9O36-65 I-Accmim NR.- Apwo6m and to their growth have terminated, that the medium is isotropic and the loops axe circular and sufficiently far apart, and that the sources of diasolved parti- clos can b- asymptotically approximated by polynomials. Using can ftical equation L ~ -- - --, ;t~ m -AWOOUTIM Udtitut- fizlkL-AN-GruxSBIU,-,M We Fiziko~tekhni cheakiy ingrtltut AN tr=-SSR, Khartbw (PWolwtachnica InstitiWO-AN UkrwR) sxmKil,=: 27jun6-4 KNCL: 00 CM I as MR FW SM 1 003 unm 1 001 L" A (2 ~7 ~-"2 N~2 L-65248-65 VWT(L)JEWPUM9va(Ma~~1 ACC20910 AP5014550 5116U AUTHOR: S!~~dze., Z- K.; Slezov, V. TITLE: Contributiun to the tbeory of enalescence of pores with A Was latt. TOPIC TAGS: porosity, solubility, ar ice va6anc~r ABSTRACT: 'Min is a continuation of the. authors' otudies of the coalescence of 1- pores Owith 1. M. Lifshits, Pkrs. Chem, ~Sqj. :-f , 19, 35, 1961 and earlier papers), ~-iti' lonable mater4al ur-der certain con- which axises in the neutron bombardment of Ss- ,ii-tions ` when a rL-Inersp~-Eui~i~~j--so-la-i6-n-of inert gas is produced. The present denlr, with I.wo limilling ratloi3 of the characteristic time of Variation of the '-ocr~ -!JJm-nstnn ( ~-,' and )f the characteristic time of trariation of' the amatint of --ns in the pore (Yn) , asnely Tg/To > 1. The equations for the ~ari- ation of the radius of the pore containing the gas are set up, and abymptotic solu-: tions are obtained for these equations in the tvo limiting cases. In additionj asymptotic values are obtained for the size distribution of the pores and for the variation of the average pore dimension with time. The conditions under whi eacb!, olu- of the Limiting cases is realized are discussed from the point of view of the s bilities of the gas and of the vacancies in the host lattice structure. "We thank Card 1/2 tt! I Cf-1 P-JAK Mj-, (-N /7WV[-A /,P/2Lrv7(*,% /Wwp('KN IWA (,.I rn 1CCESSIoN fiRs AP,5014,588 UR/0281/65/007'100611032/1036i-.'~-,, AUTHOR: Baralidze,.Z. K. TITLEt Influence of coalescence of dislocation a on the bite,rnal fri ctio:h - of 4100p, hardened metals 3 SOURM FizUm tverdogo,tela, TO L-noe 6,, 19651, X83&18X n phonomenom me hardening, internal friction:' TOPMTAGS.t crystaldislocatio tal-: ABSTR>i The author presents an analysis of the influen66~'of prismatic disloca- ' tion loops on the internal friction of hardened -crystals& . The-'analy'sis' is biBed': on the assumption that the dislocation loops:, are'purely of the I edge (prismatic), , type,, and are,oircular-in forms and that the external stresses can.cause the,loop to,'glide- only in i to own cylindrical glide surface 6 The cha met eristic' tIse of the chajige~--f~ in the dimension of dislocation loops during the coalsocanceL process4a large',0cm-;- pared with the period of application.of.the alternalting streiso--the, dlsiocatioWl vibrates in the periodic stress field liked a stretched strings and the -dislocatio.0 linear tension force component normal to,the-glide surface does not-thangs the diZeipative force* The time. and frequency. depoinden-ae of the. internil.: fricti6i are do ermined by solving the differential ' th I !at" -'- I tion eqmtion for o osoll ing- din oca 1/2 '77-7 L 36392::t6 E'WT(1)/EWT(m)/T/EWP(t)/ETI IJP'c) -J`D/GG ACC NR: AP6014036 SOURCE CODE: UR/0056/66/050/004-/0958/0970 AUTHOR: Kosevich, A. M.; Saralidze, Z.__K. Slezov, V. V. ORG: Physicotechnical Institute, AN UkrSSR (Fiziko-tekhnicheskiy institut Akademli-nauk-bkrainsk y SSR3; institute of Physics, AN GruzSSR (Institut fiziki- Gruzinskoy SSR); Kharkov State University (Khar'kovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet) TITLE: Diffusion and dislocation pechanism of crystal flow SOURCE: Zhurnal eksperimental noy i teoreticheskoy fiziki, v. 50,no. 4, 1966, 958-970 TOPIC TAGS: crystal disilo'cation, atom, flow velocity, diffusion mechanism ABSTRACT: Diffusion mechanism has been analyzed for a crystal flow in which the sources and sinks of point defects (vacancies and interstitial atoms).are prismatic dislocation loops within the crystal grain. A unixial external load creates condi- tions leading to the appearance of diffusion flows which transport the substance from one dislocation loop to another. It was shown that the flows may produce a. stationary state in the crystal which is characterized by a constant rate of plastic I deformation. If the number of creation centers of the dislocation loops is not very large, the rate of flow of the materialshould be proportional to the cross section area of the crystal grain and to th1volume density of the creation centers. Under certain conditions, the,flow velocity increases linearly with the growth of the Card 1/2 L )41012-(,6 1[ P J!, -A-P6-02-17-1'0- SOURCE CODE: UR/0148/66/000/003/0167/0170 AUTHOR: Bidulya, P. N Saramutin V I Iskakov, S. S. ORG: Moscow Evening Metallurgical Institute, (Moskovskiy vechernyy metallurgichesidy institut) TITLE: Increase in the density and strength of low-alloy steel.during crystallization und pressure SOURCE: IVUZ. Chernaya metallurgiya, no. 3, 1966, 167-170 ?ectr\;~Ze TOPIC TAGS: high teniperature steel, pressure casting, metal crystallization, specific density 1510AWYL raLCA-Aic G~eet ABSTRACTS: e article presents the results of an invejigation of the properties of pressure. -die cp,~~f high-temperature pearlitic 15EhIMFI/ steel (-0. 16% C, -44% Si, -0. 48% Mn, -1. 4% Cr, - 1. 2% Mo, - 0. 22% V, -0. 034% S, --0. 019% P) crystallizing while in the pressure die, as a function of specific casting pressure psp per unit cross sectional area of the ingot (4 to 20 kg/mm2). The density of this steel, as determined by the method of hydro- static weighing and checked by the roentgenoscopic methGd, was found to increase from UDC: 669.14-62L746.58 V-3 LU012,66 ACC NRI AP6021710 kg/cm3 3 7.807 for p 4 kg/mm2 to 7.868 kg/cm for p 20 kg/mm.2. Thus, at low sp 2 sp pressures, e.g. when p = 4 kg/mm the steel's density is lower (7. 807 kg/cm3) than the Bp 'Z~ 3 density of the steel crystallizing while not under pressure (7. 824 kg/cM ). The reason is that in the case of crystallization without pressure the shrinkage defects are chiefly represented by a concentrated shrinkage cavity, whereas In the presence of a low pressure exerted by the punch against the metal, there forms a strongly developed shrinkage porosity. The cooling conditions of the ingot also affect the density: if the molten steel is pow-ed into a press~re-die Lhat has a temperature of 20*C,, the density of the castings is smaller than that of the castings produced with pressure-dies heated to 200-280*C. Clearly, the lower the cooling rate of the casting in the pressure-die is (i. e. the higher the temperature of the pressure-die is),. the higher the density of the casting is. For l5KhlMlFL steel the optimal conditions of pressure- -die casting are: p = 20 kg/mm.2, pressure-die temperature 200-280*C, and pouring tempe- sp rature:(temperatuie of pouring into,pressure-die) 1540-1560*C; the ingots thus obtained display mechanical properties superior to those of the same steel when cast by ordinary techniques, because such pressure-die casting eliminates shrinkage porosity and gas porosity and provides the premises for the so-called "weldability" of grains, i.e. for a state in which the grain boundaries cease to be the weak link and are not inferior in strength to the grain body itself. 2/3 Card 3/3 he -all AUTHORt TITLE: 7-9-9130 Sarana V. Master Craftsman in Charge of Industrial- Training at '-T66hiiTcWi-'!'kchool Nr. 3 (Dnepropetrovsk) Setting of Time Norms for Student Industrial Training Operations (0 normirovanii uchebno-proizvodstvennykh rabu~) PERIODICALt Professionallno Tekhnicheskoye Obrazovaniye, 1957, Nr. 9 (148) p 15 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The author urges that proper time norms be, set for work done by students in Dractical training and expresses dis- satifaction with the present method of standardization. The article contains a table showing the correlation numbers for 22 practical exercises. There is one table and one Slavic reference. ASSOCIATION: Technical School Nr. 3 (Dnepropetrovsk) (Tekhnicheskoye uchill- shche Nr. 3, Dnepropetrovsk) AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 1/1 SARANCHA, Georgiy Arkhipovich, (Arrangement, inspection,and road cars) Ustroistvo, Izd. 2., dop. i perer. kand. tekhn. nauk; BRAYLOVSKIY, A.A., repair of narrow-gauge rail- osmotr i remont vagonov uzkoi kolei. Moskva, Transport, 1965. 278 p. (MIRIA 18:3) I '56) -AUTHORS: TITLE: PERIODICAL: ABSTRACT: Card 1/3 BOV/3?-25-9-13/53 Ivanov i Rus yanova, Kruglov., B. 1.9 Sara V 2 Orestova, To A., Nikolayeva, It. A7., Zell tse'r, Ye. Yu.j Re7ddQnova,* Go Doi Turkovskaya, Do Vol Boltunoval N. I. News in Brief Zavodskaya laboratoriya, 1959, Vol 25, Nr 9, 10,69, (USSR) N. D Ruslyanova,,Urallskiy politekhnicheskiy institut (Urals Polytechnic- Institute).recommends 'a polarographic method for the determination of acridine in the : a.nitlysis of the matrix.of anthracite re sin. The method is based upon a relationship between the concentration of acridineand the height of the polarogram-wave, thehalf-wave potential of which1ies at 0-79 v- The analysis was 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 10-15 minutes, B. I. Kruglov, Ye. T. Sarancha, and V. P. Ivanov, TsZL Lisichanslw' khimkombinaAL(Central Works Laboratory of the Lisichansk khimkombinat) describe a method for the radiometric determination of potassium (Ref 1) in a catalyst for the isobutanol synthesis...-, The investigations were carried out in a B-2 apparatus with a counter tube AS-2. News,in Brief BOV/32-25-9-13/53 Card 2/3 V. A. Orestova, N. A. Nikolayeva, Institut vysokozolekulyarnykh., qoyedi*neniy Aka'd6m'ii-nau1i'SSSR (Institute of High-molecular Compounds of the Academy of Sciences, USSR) suggest a rapid method for the,determination of sulphur in cation-exchange resins. It consists, in principle, in that the fine pulve rized sample is.burned in oxygen beside a platinum catalyst, and that combustion produe'ta'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- promyshlennosti (scientific Research Institute of the Electrical Industry) describes.a volumometric-complexometrio method for the determination of nickel in alloys which are used for the production of permanent magnets onthe-basis of Fe-Ni-Al-Co-C-u. Ni is separated from the accompanying,elements by a 1%-ammoniapal dimethyl glyoxim solution, Co being tirst transferred into the trivalent form and then titrated with Trilon B. News in Brief SOV/3245-9-13/53 G. D. Nessonova, D. V. Turkovskaya, N. 1. Boltunova, Moskovskiy teketillnyy institut.(Moacow Textile Inqtitute) compa.37ed four gravimetric 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 InstitutO TsZL Lisichandb*o khimkombinata(Central Works:Laboratory o .f the Lisichansk khimkombinat) Institut vysokomolekulydrnykh soyedineniy Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of Highm-molecular Compounds of the Academy of Sciences, USSR).Nauchno-issledo- vatel'skiy institut elektropromyshlennosti (Ecientific Research Institute of the Electrical Industry) Moskovskiy tekstillnyy institut (Moscow Textile Institute) Card 3/3 SARIUIGRL,-Yei"~,; MUSATOVA, Yu.G. Analy-tical. control at the LiBichansk Chemical Comb--ne. Zav. lab. 30 no.I:J-14-115 164. ~'i-IM' A 1'. :9) 1. Zamestitell nachallnika tsentrallnoy zavodskoy laborai.-.-rii Lisichanskogo khimicheskogo kombJnata-(for ~aranchc). 2. Rukovoditelf kontrollnoy gruppy tsentralfnoy zavodskoy laboratorli Lisichanskogo khimicheskogo kombinata (for Musatova). L lo421-67 13~'KCIW/Ew~p( lip(c) RM i ACC NRi AP6029916 SOURCE GODEt UR/041.3XV000/015/0088/0W088 AUTHORS: 5ioliko, P. V.i Sarancha, Ye. T.; Fakhomova,, L. SO; Dore-ryanko, R.~Sh. ORG. -none TITIZ: A method for obtaining a modified carbamide resin#, Glass j9j No. 1 SOURCE: Izobret prom obraz Lov zn, no. 15. 1966p 88 TOPIC TAGSs resin, carbamide, Acetio aoid,~aldehyde ABSTRACT: This Author Certificate presents a method for obtaining a modified car- bamide resin ~rr treating carbamide resin with aldehydee To.incroase its r_() to water the resin is modified with croton aldehyde in the medium of acetic acido~, SUB CODEt SUBM DATE4 12Apr65 Card IMP UDG:'; ~'.678.659! +1:217-9: IT'TT SARANCHINA, G. M. A 243T78 USSR/Geophysics Geology Seminar J1tIl59 "Works of the Philosophical Seminar Held by the Professor-Instructor Staff and Aspirants of the Geological Faculty Zo-f Leningrad University7," T. A. Kazakevich, G. M. Saranchina, ancl.V.A. Frank- Kamenetskiy "Vest Leningrad U, Ser Biol, Geog, Geol" No 7, PP 145-149 Subject seminar, now in its fourth year, is studies- dialectics, philosophical materialism, the.value of dialectical materialism for the development.of sciences, vriting style, and terminology. 243T78 USSR/Geophysics Nonferrous Metals Jan 52 SAR Rt-AC-~i W A. Gr. "Simple Methods for Determining the Optical Sign of Nonferrous Minerals on a Flat, Stage Without the Use of a Conoscope," G. M. Saranchina -~~est Leningrad U, Ser Biol, Geog, Geolwviyol 7,'No 1, pp lo8-110 aL States that the determination of the optical sign of nonferrous momkial minerals and minerals with a small angle of optical axes is determined much-~ band more simply by observations on the variations of color of minerals along the main axes of optical indicatrices Ng, Np in monqAxial crystals and Ng, Nm, Np in biaxial crystals. RUKHIN, Lev Borisovich, prof.[deceased); RUKHINA, Ye.V., kand.geol.-min.nauk. Prinimali uchastiye: SARANCHINAt G -KMMMTSK31 j cots. IRMN VeAst dots,; KAUMO# M*Ke$ doktor geol.-aLtwr. nauk; VASS02MCHp H.B.9 prof.p red.--TOKAMA, T.N.., ved. red.; YASHCHURZHINSKATA, B.Ya.., tekhn. red. [Fundamen4als of lithology; theory of sedimentary rocks)0snovy litologil; uchenie ob osadoohnykh porodakh. lzd.2.,perer.i.dop. E.V.Rukhinoi. Pod red. N.D.Vasnoevicha. Leningrad, Gosmatichno- tekhn.izd-vo neft. i gorno-toplivnoi lit-ry, 1961. 779 P. (MIRA 15:2) 1. Leningradskiy gosudarstveuWy universitet (for Saranchina, Frank- Kamenetskiy). 2. Vsesoyuznyy na-4olm-o-issledovatellskiy geologo- razvedochryy neftyanoy institut (for Kalinko). (Rocks, Sedimentary) 11 14 Is 16 V to to X i B U a M b Is V x r t so cnW, aU haiiii Raffthim. A. S. Velikov" and L, 1. 3 tow 28 No h k . . u . Sara= , pw- toHowing cliaracteristics. 4 Irm - I ) himick. Grontatic Odor. d"' - 0,94M. p- Vill- if" P. 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I'lli, t, 'I'le IA- coo mitilAbly tit filvillution 14 inhiltifurl durillit the beitt J".At- moo .m. too 1 .1 U~"'L AL k'fr'1&fL*l ('&&I.FK ill~o- Z.- il.t lik I RV u a AT W) SA: III I ds a 3 to V AT It x 0 09010 0 000 0 0 411 0 00 00 41 0694 a 0.0 0 0 w0 0 go 0 0 is 0:0 -0 00 0 0 0:10 0900 0 0 so 0,110,40-41 OlO.4111 0 0 *!0 9.0.0-6 0 f1i 0 0 0 0 0:10 4 REZNIKOV, S.; PONOMARW, P., ratsionalizator, slecar'; SARANCHUX, Z., inzh. SHAYKIN, I., alesar'; DONSKOV, N., rats ionalftater;-MEM. We need legal consultations. Izobr. i rate. no.5:28-29 My '59. (KIRA 12:8) ll.Sekretarl soveta Vseso"nogo obshchestya izobretateley i ratsionalizatorov zavoda 'Budoverflt" Stalingradskoy oblasti (for Resnikov) 20'Nargarinovyy zavod, Stalingradskay-a oblast' (for ronomarev). j.Byuro soderstviya ratsionalizatsii i izobretatel'stvu Alyuminiyevogo zavoda, Stalingradekoy- oblasti (for Saranchuk). 4.Motornyy teekh Stalingradakogo traktornogo zavoda (for Donskov). (legal aid) 114-8-14/16 AUTHOR: Sarandinaki. O.G.. Candidate of Technical Sciences. TITLE: Gas turbine installations with piston-type gas generators [outside the USSR). (Gazoturbinnye ustanovki s porshnev- ymi generatorami gaza) PERIODICAL: 'rEnergomashi-nostroyeni7elf(Power Machinery Construction),, 1957, V01939 NO-89 Pp. 36-38 (U.S.S.R.) ABSTRACT: Piston type gas generators are classified into two types; free piston, gas generators as made b SICATA and those with a crank as made by Gotaverken. The SI& , gas generator type GS-4, is described and illustrated in Fig.l. The ~ i engines that have been built in France are briefly mention;d. The Gotaverken locomotive equipment is then described. Mention is made of proposals to modernise the equipment of US Liberty ships by the installation of gas generators and gas turbines. There are 3 figures. AVAILABIB: Library of Congress Card 1/1 SARANKIN, G.Ye. I. S/133/62/OW/Wl/004/010 A054/A127 AUTHORS: Volkov, V. F., Sarankin, V. A.$ Kravehenko, V. A., Boitsov, L. I. --------------- T=: Improving the Emelting technology of carbon-free ferrochrome in are furnaces PERIODICAL:. Stall, no. 1, 1962, 43 TE(T: 'A new.method for smelting carbon-freelferrochrome in stationary, 3,500 W are furnaces (with 420-M diameter electrodes) was teste .d. The charge consisted of 4,000 kg chrome ore (55% Cr~Dj), 1,620 kg,silicochro'me. -(5c% SO and 3,800 kg lime, (90% CaO) * The new m~athod cliffered from the conventional one in that silicochrome is fed in.two batches: one on the furnace bot+om,(varying In amount), while the second part of silicochrome is added after the charge (chrome ore and lime) is smelted. 450 tests were made with Xp 0000.(Khr 0000)'-ferro- chrome. By adding part of the silicochrome onto the bottom of the furnace, a great amount of the heat released by the heating of silicochrome could be utilized for smelting the charge, whereas when silicochrome was added later to the charge, the heat developed by the burning silicochrome is only wasted on the overheating of the charge already smelted. Optimum results were obtained when about half of. -Card 1/2 S/133/63/000/061/06~/011- ~A :A054/A126 AMORSt 7,01 'din, V'.8 Sarankln, V. lv:i TITIE: Intensification or metallic manganese smeltin ng InGli 9 by blowi gases into the bath PERIODICAL: Stall,no. 1, 1963, 54 55 TEXT: It is known that*silicomanganese, upon penetrating..through-the slag-k layer is not completely cleaned from slfic'on and that at the bottom a metal I forms which contains 3 - 5% Si.,Based on the'experience that during tapping the' .silicon content of the metal is reduced by 0.3 - 0.6%,,tests were carried outt F r obtain manganese with a low silicon content by vigorous sti=ing of the bath. 0 a. this purpose the smelting metal was'blown through by argon or nitrogen gas via reducer under a'pressure of 1.5 -,3.0 atm. throiigh a 1/2" diameter pipe.~'Wrri was started after the last bath, of silicomanganene was fed Into the furnace During stirring the furnace was,not switched off. The tube was de lagged and'. set,`% in the bath as deep as the slag-metal contact surface or a little deeper the metal. Depending on the silicon content the blowing waq repeated'3 5 timm%'...., Card 1/2 :17