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L 22898-66 ACC AP6006878 effect points to a strong increase in the carrier density with increasing tempera-' ture. The conductivity in the CoO is produced by carriers of one sign, and at sufficiently high temperatures the crystal is in practice a pure p-type semicon- ductor. The dominating defects in the lattice, causing the occurrence of p-type conductivity on deviation from stoichionietry, are cation vacancies which can be singly and doubly ionized. The experimcntal data can be well described by the the- ory of quasi-chemical processes, which lead to the appearance of electronic car- riers in ionic crystals, under the assumption that the drift mobility of the holes depends on neither the temperature nor the density. The Hall mobility of the holes increases slightly with rising temperature and becomes practically independent of temperature at high temperatures. It an.ounts to 0.04--o-07 CM2/v-see at room tem- perature, and is somewhat lower than that of nickel monoxide. This result does not contradict the conclusions of the wisting theory of semiconductors with low mobilit-f. The drift mobility of the holes at high temperatures (500--1000C) ob- tained by the authors by thermogravitational measurements of the cation vacancies in CoO, is close to the Hall mobility. Orig. art. has: 1 figure. SUB CODE: 2o/ suBm DATE: o8oct65/ ORIG MW: OC4/ OTH MW: 007 i Card 2/2 L 25:488-W56 EWT(1)/EWT(m)/r/F,4P(t) DP~-) JD/M ACC NR, APGoo9679 SOURCE CODE: uR/o181/66/oo8/oo3/o883/o887 AUTHOR: Shejykh, A. "mov,, K. q J- J[. ; Arte S.; Shvayko-Shvaykovskiy, V. Ye. ORG: Institute of Semiconductors Ali SSSR, n __jERL_gra4 (Institut poluprovodnikov AN SSSR); Institute of ChemistjZ of Silicates AN SSSR, Leningrad (Institut khimii aili- katov AN SSSRT \~' 17 . .-I TITLE: Electric pr6perties of-single iYstals of cobalt oxide at high temperatures and their dependence on the partial pressure of the oxygen SOURCE: Fizika tverdogo tela, v. 8, no- 3, 1966, 883-887 TOPIC TAGS: cobalt compound, single cr7st3.1, electric conductivity, thermal emf, Hall effect, carrier density, crystal defe:!t ABKIMCT: The authors investigated the coaductivity andkthe thermal emf coefficient of single crystal p-type CoO in the temperature range _9R--1_500K, and also its de- pendence on the partial pressure of the oNfgen in the surrounding medium at 700K. Single crystals measuring 0.4 x 0.7 x 10 mu were used for measurements of the elec- tric conductivity and the thermal cmf, and crystals measuring 0-5 x 1.8 X 4 mm vere used for measurements of the Hall effect. The electric parameters were measured by a potentiometer method using both alternatLng and direct current, and the Hall effect was measured in a constant magnetic field. The partial pressures of the oxygen - ranged from 1 to I x 10--9 atmospheres. TM electric conductivity exhibited a linear decrease with increasing reciprocal of the temperature. The increase in conductivityj 1/2 L 25488~-66 ACC NR'- AP6009679 whether due to a change in temperature or -;o a change in the partial pressure of the oxygen, was always accompanied by a decreai-,e in the coefficient of differential thermal emf. In the impurity conductivity region, the behavior of the electric re- sistivity was determined essential-ly by the carrier density and not by thei:r mobility.' From the measurements of -the dependence of the electric conductivity on the partial pressure of the oxygen, it iras also Tjossible to determine the character of the de- f.~cts occurring in the single-crystal CoO. At pressures 160-775 mm Ug the defects 1 are essentially of the (Co3+ - Co vacLuicy) and (Co3+) type. The authors thank.!.__h._J Zhuze for valuable advice and a discussion. Orig. art. has: 2 figures and 2 formu- 1 1 las. SUB CODE: 2o/ Sum DATE: o6Aug65/ oRiG REF- oo3/ oTa REF: o17 Card 2/2 FEDOSEYEV, K.G.; SHELYKH, G.I. Thermal effect in the fermantation of antibiotics. Med. prom. 16 no.1:34-38 Ja 162. (MIRA 15:3) 1. Leriingradskiy khimiko-.Carmatsevticheakiy institut. (EM-ENTATION) (ANTIBIOTICS) SHELTMAGIN,_I., 4oktor ekon.nauk Creative development of Marxist-Leninist theory. Sov. profsoiusy 6 no.4:12-17 Ap 158. (MIU 11:5) (communism) IISYTIK, V,-j F, "I ~,kj iCHEKINI, I,.*- -.i e.7; KRA J ye raboty. Skre pe my, Kiev, 1-52. 10YP. A namual written for technical workers, on earth moving or.,erations., with tractor- drawn scrapers., D2'1 30, etc.; published as a Gjort. Edition of Technical- Literat ce, USS.i. (S-nt to LP4,,rs for re R -ssia--Clngineer EtIllipment I Rus-9-a-Mechanical Lngineerin g 4. Jc.,aper Operations Industr~y and Trade SliFLYUBSKIY, B.V., inzh. Semilnar on the quality improvement longevity, and reliability of construction and road machinery and t~e improvement of their technical servic'ng. Stroi. i dor. mash. 9 no.6: 17-3P Je 164. (YIIPA 19:11) SHELYUBSKIY, B.V.; FRUSOV, V.V., otve-;stvennyy redaktor; KOVALIKHI- _--' - VA_,~ V.P.. -tekhnicheskiy redaktor. [Tractor-drawn scrapers; manual for tractor operators] Traktornye skrepery; posobie traktoristu. Moskva, Avtotraneizdat Ministerstva avtomobillnogo transp. i shossoinykh dorog SSSR, 1954. 94 p. (scrapers) NLRAL 7:11) SHRLYUBSKIY, Boris Vladimirovich; NIKITIN, A.G., red.; GALAKTIONOVA, te.N.,; H ,IKOLAIYEVA, L.N., EOperstion of scrapers; manyal for tractor operators] Eksplue- tataiia skreperov; posobie traktoristu. Izd.2-e. perer. i dop. Moskva, H-va avtomobillnogo transp. i shosseinykh dorog RSFSR, 1960. 126 p. (MIR-A 13:9) (Scraper:;) SELYUBSKIY, B.V., inzh. Good manual for workers in ti-j popular occupations. Avt. dor. 27 no.2: 27-28 F 164. (MIRA 17:3) SHELYUBSKIY, B.V... inzh. Seminar for Crimean mechanics, Avt. dor. 27 no. 3:31,P.3 of cover Mr 164. (MMA 17:5) SHELYL'BSi,',IY., V.., inzh. A valuable seminar. Ayt. dor. 25 no.2-32 F 162. (MIRA 15!2) (Road ma,-hinery) USSR/Chemistry - Lead Glass Aug 52 "Electron -Microscopic Investigation of the Reduction of Lead After Treatment of Lead Glass in a Reducing Flame," V. I. Shelyubskiy and A. I. Krokhina. Phys Inst, Moscow State U "DAN SS&R" Vol 85, No 5, PP 1097-1098 Samples of Pb glass contg 30% PbO and 6% PbO were treated in a reducing flame and subjected to electron- microscopic study. In both cases tiny crystals of Pb were observed. The glass contg 30% PbO had crystals of 0.01-0-05 microns and 0.1-0.2 microns. The den- sity of the fine crystals was 10 per sq cm,, The 239T28 glass contg 6% PbO had crystals of 0.05-0.08 microns. The density was 109 per sq -m. Submitted by Acad P. A. Rebinder 26 May 52 239T28 Measure!~Pt of electrical conductivity of_"s in the selid state. 1'. 1. SIIELVVBSKLI. ~ ~kl, i K~emm., 10 19) Q-15 (1953). Tournal of the American asureincrits were made of 7. r 100 (teniperatu e at which Ceramic Society specific resistance is 101 ohms/cm.) using a mirror galvanometer J-uly 1954 and an electronic inegohineLer. Two meaturing installations were de5igned, one for one specimen and another foi 6 specimeas. Glass 7'11'ith, the mirror galvanometer, the specific resistance'was calcu- lated from 0 - k(DIII) X (v/a), where K = r140Cis a constant af tile installation, D is the diameter of the specimen in mm., I is the length of tile specillmn in mill.. V is the voltage Oil the specimen, a is the galvanometer reading in min., Cis ~oustant of the galvanom- eter in amp./trint, Measurements were made at 4 to 6, tem- Peratures, and from these r, - too wjs determined graphically. Most errors were the Nsult of temperature measurements; a, error of V ill temperature measurement was*equivalent to a 4% error in specific resistance. It was sufficient to make measure- ments over the interval within which SJ~C611C resistance varies fr2ut 2-4 X 107 to (),-,-2 X Hy ohms USSR/Miscellaneous Card 1/1 1 Pub. 104 - 9/14 Authors Shelyubskiy, V. I. Title ]Uectron-microscopic studr of the structure of etched glass surface Periodical Stek. i ker. 10, 19-22, Oct 1954 Abostract t Electron-microscopic investigation of the structure of an etched glass surface was carried out by the method of single-stage quartz impression obtained by evaporation of the crystalline quartz in vacuum. The re- sults obtained are described in detail. Illustrations. Institution Submitted tm/ Pilysics Card Authors Shel:Viibskiy, V. I. Title Investigation of the. lead reducinC, process during the treat- ment of lead glass with the reducing flame Periodical I DoU. AZT SSSR, 96, Ed. 4, 745 - 747, June 1954 Abstract Experiments showed, that a rapid increase in surface con- ductivity and of the roflection coefficient, takes place during the initial stages of flame treatment (5-15 see.). This is in conform~t,~- with the assumptions made regarding the reduction of lead Ln atom form. The lead atoms serve as centers facilitatin,3 the electron exchange. The surface of the glass acquires the properties of a semi-conductor with an electron condu3tivity. An increase in processing ti-e increases the number of reduced lead atoms. Eleven references. Graphs. Tnstitution Central Scientific-Research Laboratory of Electro-Technical Glass Presented by: Academician P. A. Rebinder, March 3, 1954 JIIEL'-'U KI . . I. I L .,.IELYT B-3K-II, - . I. :"Investi,,atic-,; ol' Bile prccess of reduc-'r.- lead i wc,rki 1g lea,led in a r.-241icin , f'lame". ! oscow, 195' - Min Higher Educatio i U~`3,1- 'Voscow -)rder oil "O-nin Chemicofeclaiolo,,ical Inst ijaeni D. 1. I-lendele.,rev. (D-Issertations for the de-ree of Candidate of Technical ~*c-Jence. ) S": Kn-izhna-.-a Letopis' No. 50 10 D.-cember 1955. !'Oscow. USSR/Electronics Electron Microscopy, H Abst Journal: Referat Zbur - Fizika, No 121 1956, 35121 Author: Shelyubskiy, V. I. Institution: None Title: Use of Electron Microscope In the Investigation of Glass Original Periodical: Collection: Stroyeniye stehla, Moscow-Leningrad, AN SSSR, 1955, 219-223 Abstract: None Card 1/1 SMYUBSKIY, V.I. The use of an electron microscope in studving the polished surface of glass. Stek. i ker. 12 no.10:7-9 0 155 (KIRA 9:1) (Glass manufacture) (Blemtron microscope) IS Y V.1 USSpAhemistry - Microscopic analysis Card 1/1 Fub. 104 - 3/12 Authors i Shelyubskiy, V. I. 01 Title tElectron-microscopic investigation of.the initial stages of destruction of glass with water Periodical IStek. i ker. 1, 8 - 9. Yen 195f. Abstract tElectron-microscopic investigation of the initial stages of destruction of glass with water was carried out by a method of single-stage quartz impression obtained by Sreatinj; ZS-5 glass speaimens in distilled water at a temperature of 100 . One tBSR reference (1950). Illustrations. Institution: Submitted: 112-2-4287 TRANSLATION PROM: Referativnyy .7hurnal, Elektrotekhnika, 1957, Nr 2, p. 249 (USSR) ,.UTHOR: Shelyubskiy, V. I. TITLE: --Vie _Utili~_aCi`o~ of the Electron Microscope for Research on Gla-ss (Primenenije elektronnogo mikroskopa dlya issledovanlya stekla) PERIODICAL: V Sb- Stroyeniye 3'~ekla, Moscow-Leningrad, AN SSSR, 1955, pp. 219-223 ABSTRACT: Bibliographic entry Card 1/1 AUTHCR: She1-,1_,bSki:,-, V.I. 72-12-65/1- TITLE: Short Re.orts (c') (Kcrotl,:iye soolcshcneni~ra)_ PERIODICAL: Zavodskaya L-ibora-toriya-, 19:57, VG1. 23, Nr 12, rl). 15241-i-52~ ( USSR) ABSTRACT: In this ;-,aT.,,er a new device, a rarr, impact machine (t,~Pefl'(-20for th,.! testing of glass -naterial %,rith respect to iLTact and bending is suggestet]. It conoiist3 of a firmly mounted stand on to which a bracket vrith ail adju3table renduluan Is mounted, so that the -Dendulum can be adjusted to a ~-iigher c.r lo;-,rer pos4t-*on. As a aeight the pen- dulwq has an excha-nge?tble hwmer~ a.-,a itS vmy can be adjusted accord- ingly. A roxer r.,ieter ;s mounted o- to the bracket, M-iich ~ihczm the rol-,,er useJ at the morwnt of the lesti-actior of the san-ple. The sam- r,le is fastened un(,ler the Pendulum: by scre-,-'r claUT-s in such a rranner t1vtt i-4 ic- -~c, the -Lrpact of ~he *~)-~~ndull= nat an angle of 170 Cles the - I T - - As sarrq L:'e'3 -)' he rio`.erial to 'he tested, -ihich ~~,.re e 6 - ither round or rccta,!g~Alar, rirp i_-e3. Good success was attained "ith this device e3rec:;ally +ien te,--tin7 o-_'IS3 r~ateria,-_' after ther- mal treatme~it carx-iei out in cr6er to increase its x-_-sistanoe against ii-nact and bendin;'z. Ir or](--.- to T)revent arlinter!~ of the destroyed Card V2 gi~tss saz-pie fr.D-m b-tinE stre.-P-i ano-_,". the .-;hole devi-Ce is T~rov_fded St,,rr' Report-- ( 9) with a protec~lilre ense consilsting of a metal, frame ond unbreakable gla5s The:-e is I figure. ASSOCLATION: Sci-entif ic Research Inz titute for Electrovacuum Glass (Nauclu-lo- iss led ovatel'skiy iri&titut e lek trc vaknuumnogo 3tekl,--). AVAIIABLE: Libr-ary of Congre-s-, 1. Glass-Test equ4mei~t ;ard V_ KITAYGOIIODSKIY, I.I.; SHF6LYUBSKIY W-10~m . ~ The mechanism of lead redu-.tion in the treatment of lead glasses in the reducing flame (wit'A summary in Inglish). Zhur. fiz. khim. 31 -io.6:1285-1294 Je 157. (MIRA 10:12) 1. Nauchno-issledovateliskiLy institut elektrovakuumnogo stekla. (Reduction, Chemical) (Lead) (Glass) ISOV-120-56-1-37/1, 3 AUT!101~S -. Siie V. I., Gaisarov-, V.V. TITLE: A Temperature Sili~ Resistor Furnace (Vysokotempera L~' t,arna7a silitavaya pech') a I 30_13C', (IT ST I .-) j us ~Z ABSTHA(-~-'-: A t resistor fulma-ce desi,-ned to -Ave te-:- L3 ,D f -G'a- of 15U000 witli small tem-,,~erature chin t.n -~ c ,- u c b I e c o r. tt, a i n i i i i -~ 2. a - t e r i a 1 -an dz~ i r-, -e- s a - wa 1:., - -1--velo ~ed Zor a viscometer us;~d to :i-asure -,,2e vis- ol, ciolten ~7-lass. The farn-cce is shov.,n s2hemati,3ally i n F i,,, 1 The heater c --)nsists of 12 silit- resisl_-,or rcds placed at e-~+-.tal diitanr-1:es round the part- of th,~, fur- nac, e . 2,,-,-e --F,--Ith of t!lese rods can be -,,raried. Vie a-uurc- -~~t tLe sarfacr-- of -U'-~wse rods is n~)-U more than 1536'--r-71 Tile circuit supplyin- -~he furnac;e is s1hown in Fig.2. Thr- e t~-,.;v-:er,a1Gure of the furiace is automatically cop-trolled and can be 1~-.en-t constant to within +10C. The tem,,)erature o-rad- ienG Ln ~he wonrinl-, s,-~:ace is ab3ut 1-20C. the 14near dimen- Dns of tnis re---*Ljn ab:)ut 5 c1n.. A tljin alundt tube "ard 112 SOV-120-53-1-37/43 A Hi-h Tem,~erature Silit Resistor Furnace. separates the worlkimr volutae from the siiit resistor rods U L;:) 'GhaU the fU-rn[Lce can be used with substances w'Liose vapDurs react with the silit resistor rods. There are 2 diaj-ra~us and 4 Soviet references. A6S,_-,C,IATJuN: ~llauci-ino-i.~slcdovaLel's'r-liy institut elelctrovakuwyinogo stekla (Scientific Re2earch Instibute for Ellectrovacuu!"'I Glass) SUB111ITTED: Lilay 201 1957. I. Furnaces--Design 2. Glass--Viscosity 31 Viscos~meters--Appli- cations Card 2/2 SHELYUBSKIY, V.I.; KARCHMAR, TS.A. Determining homogeneity of the batch by its natural radioactivity. Stek. i kBr. 15 no.4:16-18 Ap 158. (MIRA 11:5) 1. GosudarstvennyyInauchno-,issledovateliskly institut elektro- vakuumnogo stekla, (Glass martufacture-quality control) (Radioactivity-Measurement) AUTHOR: Shelyubskiy, V. I. SOV/32-24-10-39/70 TITLE: An Apparatus for Thernal Resistance Tests (Ustanovka dlya ispytaniy na termiche3kuyu ustoychivost') PERIODICAL: Zavodskaya Laboratoriya, 1958, Vol 24, Nr 10, pp 1266-1267 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The apparatus UM_-1 is devised for determinations of the thermal resistance of glass, compounds of glass and metals, minute radio details, and electro-vacuum apparatus. The con- struction of the apparatus was carried out by A. I. Neyman and V. A. Lipovskiy unde:7 the supervision of the author. The ap- paratus consists of in electrical stove which rotates an a bracket, a container for cooling the samples, a cooler, and a switc'h board. Autotrinsformers of the types IAM' -1 and !A='-2 are used in the electrical supply for stoves. The temperature is automatically controlled with an accuracy of -+0,3% by dilato- metric control, the temperature of the sample being measured by a thermometer or a thermocouple. In the second case a potentiometer of thE- type PF7is used. The apparatus makes pos- sible tests of the thermal'r~sistance within a temperature range of +800 to -6,10. At lower temperatures the cooling is Card 1/2 carried out by means, of an alcohol - dry ice mixture. An Apparatus for Thermal Resistance Tests SOV/32-24-10-39 // 7,01 There is 1 figure. ASSOCIATION: Gosudarstvennyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut elektro- vakuumnogo stekla (State Scientific Research Institute of Electro-Vacuum Glass) Card 2/2 AUTHOR: Shelyubskiy, V. 1. SOV/120-59-5-42/46 TITLE: A Programmed Temperature Regulator for a Thermostat PERIODICAL: Pribory i tekhnika eksperimenta, 1959, Nr 5, p 144 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The regulator (Fig 1) is in the form of an attachment to an ultra-thermostat. It may be used to change at a constant rate the temperature in an instrument .,rhen tile temperature is stabilLzed with the aid of a thermostat controlled by a conta-:t thermometer with a magnetic head. Rates of up to 1.50C/inin can be obtained. There are 2 figures. ASSOCIATION: Gosudarstvennyy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy institut elektrovakuumnogo stelcla i teklinologicheskogo oborudovaniya (State Scientific Res,~arch Institute for Electrovacuum Glass and Technological Equipment) Ll~ SUBMITTED: July 24, 1958 Card 1/1 15(2) A U T E7 0 Shelyubskiy, V I. sr.-77 1/72-59-11 -S' j" TITLE: New Apparatus for Investi~ating the Physical Properties of PERIODICAL: 7 Steklo i keramika, 1'59, Nr 11, TiT, 27 /2 (USS2,) ABST.7'ACT: The present paper witli and describes the followino te3tinZ units developed by the Nauchno-issledovatel'skiy institut elektrotekhnicheskoCc. stekla (scientific Research Institute of Electrotechnical Glass). Automat-ic Recording Visco5imeter: As can be seen f rora --.he paper by V. T. Slavyanskiy (F oo tnc te the automatic viscos:-meter GOI has so far been used. Howe-j~,_*, it is not suitable for the measurement of low. viscositY The basic electromec'-ianical scheme of the viscosimeter is ~;i-cn in fig-ure 1, a general view of the instrument in figure 2. N. A. Belot2lov, L. A. Fedin, and F. P. Chernikov (Footnote 2) cooperated in the de:;iCn of this viscosimeter. In connection 'the development of t'.w _--lectric fuznace of this viscosimiot~?z-, previous pap--rs by tl-.e author and V. V. Gusa-rov (-Ootnote 3) ar2 referred to. E-ic fuTiaco is fed -from th6 auto transformer Of type TTIN-15, and its temp-_-ratur-:~ is controlled b-.- means of the Curd 112 threc-1,oirit potcntio-,ieter EPP-09. th~:, !I'-z;1cal SOV '72-5'r-1 t"rit fo-- tl:c of the T.Lormostability of '21,is lo als-, uf interr-t for th,:~ c,-1-culatic;r- of o~jcal a.j i., dei~,onotr_ated in the i)-aper by V. L. IndQ ',boriy ~T. I. Ananii~~!~ (Foutnot~,~ 4). ThL- new unit i2 :;hc:,.-,n fi7,urcc "~ and -It. A. I. and V. A. Lipovski- (.Footrot.:! 0 cooporatod in tulie Apparati.1- for transveroe-bendir_C7 and the d?termir--tion cf Youncls modulus. It can be cecn in fi~;ures 5 and 6. The alparatus Irlu-15 --.-as developed from the C.1,2aratus MYu-5, as car be seen in the 1,aper b,,.- V.I. Shelyubsk-iy, S. S. Galaktionov, G. A. Kukar':iri. The developmert of the desi.~n .-.,-as carried out, inter al ios, by V.A. Tsaplin r1r-1 U (Tootrote 6). Impact teL~tine machine for i:,1.a-t bending tests: t1lie light pendulum of type PKhS-20 cpecially developed for glass, or. the basis of the pendulu_m machine of tYPe MY.-O-5. T~~; zachine can be seen in figure -here 71rc 7 fi--ures ai-ld 5 Suviet rel'erences. 14(i 1) SOV,132-2~ - 1 -4 1,1/51 1 ~TjTHORS: 7 . 1 G a I ak t -4 o n ov , 33 . 3' Kukarkin, G. A. '-ITLE: Machine for Testing the Bending, and Determiining the Loung Modulus of Glass (Piibor d1ya ispytaniYa na -izgib i opredeleniya nioiulya Ylinga- steki,.) PERIODICIL: Zavodskaya Laboratoriya, 1959, Vol 25, Nr 1, PP 114-116 (USSR) -PBSTRACT: Tl-.e limit of the berding strength and the )Wng modulus of glass are usually tested cn metal test--'Ing machines (Ref !) or on simple laboratory alpararus (Ref 2). No eaual increase in stress can be adjusted there, which fact decreases the measuring accuracy, as the strength of glass considerably depends or t-- rate of the increase in stress (Ref 3). An aDparatus was con- structed which recoids automatically thti magnitude of the de- struction stress and makes possible a determination of the maximum deformatioti. The operation principle of the apparatus (Fi4g) is that a r,-,o'ucr (by way of a worm screw) on a lever cf a supporting girder d4splaces the stress while the other arm exerts a :certain pressure upon the sample from below; thus, the sample is pressed aEainst a suppcrt fixed above the sample. The Card 1,12 posi'-~ion -of this surport can be adjusted and the support itself 11 , .1 i, , -44 - , -,I "'achine for Testing the Be-nd-Ing, azid Determining theYoun of G-'ass is connected -xith an e1ectric c::~ntacz which automatical-~ records ,e ---tress :-n the -za3e of the des'ruction of t-r-- sample. The magnitude of the stress is calculated acccrding to the equation (1). The measuring accuracy depends on the troduction .:,f ihe simpIe and is about 2-3". There Eire 1 figure and 4 references, 3- of ~.,.`--Jch are Soviet. A S SOC 1A T10'111 Gosudarstvennyy nau3hnc-.Jss-!edovateI?sk-4y ins"Itu-I elektrc- vakuumnogo stekla (3tate Scient-i-fic Research Inst~tute of I Electr(,--Vaz;uum Glass) Card 2/2 13'/ FLME I BOOK UFLOrrATION SOV/5486 Vaesoyuznoye sovrshchanlye po vnedreaiya radicaktivnykh izotopov i yadernykh izluchenly v narodnaye khozyalstvD SSSR. Riga, 1Q_60. Radio,Lktivnyye izotopy i yadernyye irlucheniya v narodnom khozyayst're SSSH; trudy soveGhchanlya v 4 to=akh. .1. 1: Obshchiye voprozy primeneniya Izotopov, pribory a istochnikami. .7adioaktivnykh izlucheniy, radiatelonnaya khImiya,'Ahimicheskaya i neftepere--abatyvayushchaya promqohlennost, (Radio- active Inotopea and ruclear RadiatIons in the National Econom7 of the USSR; Trannactiona of the Symposium in ~ Mumes. v. 1: General Problems in the Utilization of Icotopco; Inatrumc.,ito With Sources of Radioactive Radiation; RatUation Chemistry; the Chemical and PetriDleum--HcfWng Industry) Moscov, 1961- 340 p. 4,140 copies printed. Gootoptekhizdat, Sponaoring Agency: Gosudarstvennyy nauchno-tekhnicheaw.- ko-Itet Boveta KinistroT SSSR, and Gorudari3tvennyy komitet Soveta Ministrov SSdR po ispol'zovanlyu atomnoy energil. Ed. (Title page): N.A. Petrov, L.I. Petrenko and P.S. S&,ritskiy; Edo. of this Vol.t YOU- L.I. Petrenko, P.S. Bayitskiy, VJ. Binitsin, Is. M. Xolotyrkin, II.P. a and H.F. Romm; Executive Eds.: Ta. S. levina and B. F. Titskays; Tech. Ed,*. E.A. Mukhina. C-rt-lhe Radioactive Isotopes (Cont.) SOV/5486 PURPOSE- The book is intended for technical personnel concerned with problems of application of radioactive isotopes and nuclear radiation in all branches of the Soviet economy. COVERAGE: An All-Union Conference on problems in the introduction of radioactiye inotopco and nuclear r-Ldiation into the national economy of the Bov-1et Union took place in Riga on 12-16 April 1960. The Conference van sponsored by: the Gosudaratvennyy nauchno-tokhnichaskiy komitet Soveta Kinistrov SSM (State Scientific and Technical Comndttee of the Council of Kinisters, USSR); Glemioye upravleniye po iapol'zovaniyu atomnoy anergli pri Sovete Miniatrov SSSR (main Administration for the Utilization of Atomic Energy of the Council of KLniaters, USSR); Academy of Sciences, UE'Sa; Gosplan USSR; Goaudarstvennyy komitet Sa7eta Ministrov SSSR po.avtomatizattii I mashinostroyeniyu (State Committee of the Cuancil of Ministers, USSR, fcr Automation and Machine Building) and the Council of I'linisterB of the Latvian &~R. The transactions of this Conference are published in four volumes. Volume I contains articles on the following subjectsi the general problems of the Ccnference topics;,the state and prospects of development of radiation chemlatry; and results and prospects of applying radio- active isotopes and nuclear rrdiation In the petroleum refining and chemical industries. Problems of desll;ning and manufacturing instruments which contain sources of radioactive radiat'.on and am used for checking and automation of technological processes are e;uwdned, along with problems of accident Prevention in h . No personalltics axe mentioned. References accompany saw of the .1,1cyl.r.use Card 5,~ S/072/60/000/00,3/C)04/C)07/'XX B021/BO54 AUTHOR: Shel TITLE: New Method of Determining and Controlling the Homogeneity of Glass PERIODICAL: Steklo i keramika, 1960, No. 8, pp. 17 - 22 TEXT: The new method of determining glass homogeneity is based on the change in dispersion of a parallel bundle of monochromatic light by means of fine glass powd'er in an immersion medium at small temperature changes. The glass investigated is charged in powder form into a transparent cuvette with immersion liquid. Fig. 1 shots the temperature dependence of the intensity of light penetrated thrcugh the cuvette. The glass powder in the immersion medium may be regarded as a Christiansen filter whose light transmittance is expressed by the Raman formula. Fig. 2 shows the amount of maximum light transmittance as a function of the degree of heterogeneity o2 at different values of coefficient a. Coefficient a is calculated from Card 1/3 New Wethod of Determining and Contr3lling S/072/60/000/008/004/007/XX tile Homogeneity of Glass B021/BO54 the half-width p of the light transmittance curve (Fig. 3). It does not depend on the degree of glass homogeneity nor on the immersion liquid, the thickriess of the cuvette, or particle dimensions. The device for determining glass homogenei ty is an attachment to the 14))k -M (FEK-M) photoelectric colorimeter, and is shown in Fig. 4. It contains aAH,C-18 (DNaS-18) sodium tube, an CH (3N) ferroresonance stabilizer, and anJ]AIP -2 (LATR-2) autotransformer. The sensitiveness of the device can be greatly increased by replacing the photocells by(~rK-l (FSK-1) photoresistors, and by intro- ducirkg an optical extension of the light beam between cuvette and photo- resistor. Fig. 6 shows the change in maximum likht transmittance on adding to K-8 glass (refractive index n = 1-5179, particle dimension 0.1 mm) powder of K-8 glass from another mElt (n = 1.5171, cuvette thickness 10 mm). Fig. 8 shows the change in light transmittance of K-8 glasses by different heat treatments. The author found a direct relationship between the maximum of inhomogeneity measured and the scrap rate of glass production. The new method of determining and controlling glass homogeneity can be easily automatized. There are 9 fi,Kures and 2 references: 1 Soviet and 1 Indian. Card 2/3 S/072/60/000/008/004/007/XX B021/BO54 V% 70 ` - w- I 0 - 5 % npumm -ff~. 4 - 9 , Legend to Fig. 6: a) light transmittance, b)*admixture . V Card 3/3 SHELYUBSKIY, V. I.; VAYSFELID, N.M. Using electron microscopon in studying the structure of crystalline i~18,33. Stek.i ker. 17 no.5:23-24 My 16o. (MM 13:8) (Ceramic mat-3rials) (Slectron. mizroscope) 6 "LYUB & I Y, V. I - New method for determining and controlling the homogeneity of glaas. Stek. i ker. 17 no-13:17-22 Ag 160. (MIRA 13:8) (Glasa-Testing) AUTHOR: Shelyubskiy, V, I. S/020/60/17-2/017/06/013 B019/Bo56 *---------------------- TITLE: A New Method of Determining the Homogeneity of Glass PERIODlCAL: Doklady Akademii naurc SSSR, 1960, Vol~ 133, No. 3, pp~ 572 - 574 TEXT: The method suggested here is based upon change in dispersion of a parallel beam of monochromatic light by glass powder in the immersion medium when changes in temperature are not large. In this case, the measure of inhomogeneity is tile statistical dispersion which characterizes the deviation of the refractive index of small glass particlea from the mean value, Tile Raman formula (1) for the glass powder, considered to be a Christiansen filter in the immErsion medium, is written down. The author next develops formula (4) for thE optical density of the filter, which goes over into the Raman formula in the absence of dispersion. Fig. 2 shows the temperature dependence of light transmission for K-8 glaz3r, (K-8 glass) in the case of two different preliminary heat treatments. The glass sample cooled in air is leEs homogeneous than tne annealed glass Card 112 A New Method of Determining the Homogeneity S/020/60/133/03/06/013 of Glass B019/BO56 sample. The high sensitivity and the simplicity of the method are pointed out, and its suitability for production control is shown. There are 3 figures and 9 references; 7 Soviet, 1 German, and I Indian. ASSOCIATION: Naucano-issledovatellskiy institut elektrotekhnicheskogo stekla (Scientific Research Institute for Electrotechnical Glass) PRESENTED: March 30, 1960, by P. A. Rebinder, Academician SUBMITTED: March 23, 1960 Card 212 SHELYUBSKTY, V,I.; KARCHMAR, TS,A. Improved method of con-,rolling batch homogeneity, StekA ker. 18 no.9:16-20 3 -O'L OIII~ 14-19) (Gl-iss manufacture) 2 S-1b 29989 S/076/61/035/011/013/013 B101/B110 AUTHORS: Shelyubskiy, V. I., and Vaysfelld, ff. M. TITLE: Investigation of the crystallization processes of glasses PERIODICAL: Zhurnal fizicheskoy khimii, v. 35, no. 11, 1961, 2652 - 2654 TEXT: In this "Letter to the Editor" the authors describe the electron- microscopic investigation of glasses of fine-crystalline structure, the particles of which are of the order of mugnitude of 1 ~i. The investigation was conducted with an 3M-100 (EM-100, electron microscope with 14,000-fold magnification. Work was carried out irith chromium preshadowed carbon replicas or celluloid-carbon replicas. Glass splinters etched with 12A HF to make the structure visible were investigated. The detaching of replicas from the glass was sometimes achieved by immersing the specimen in HF. In most cases, Eelatin had to be used. Thereby it was possible that glass splinters adhered to the replica and t.aey were removed by treatment with HF of several days' duration. Results; (1) With increasin,,L, duration of Card 1/3 29/08796/61/035/011 /013/013 i,,estigation Of the crystallizatior ... 13101/B110 atureq the particle I.ystallizatiOn temper ained thermal treatment at constant c This is exp! the s and the number of Particles decreases. ing to diffusion size increase c-_es by large ones Ow ned two )rDtion of small parti investigated cont-li which with the absc Oj the phases. (2) The material 0.5 ,, some of displacement of a siz.. of from 0.2 to stowed stronSly phases~ One had particles 3iO The other phase , showed the form of disthene, Al 203' 2' ie, to twins r,d triplets? a3 is 391S which often grew toget, rinerals in the 6-uss elongated pri The presence of these two , - characteristic Of rutile. (3)-At a certain point of time of crystallim- was proved by X-ray analysis. particle size 0.2 4, which tion, , dendritic intermediate phase appears, was identified as disappears again at high temperatures. This phase s previously exposed higO~2TiO2by X-ray analysis. (4) ',,',ight-sensitive glasse f irradiation and. to ultraviolet radiation showed relations between length 0 the particle size decreased With increasing irradiation doseq a saturation value. structure. eased up to and the content of crystalline phase incr ied by electron microscoPe- (5) Th,~ individual crystals can be identif was also identified V eucryptite and muscovite were found. The latter Card 2/3 Investigation of the crys tall iza ti,,j ... 2S91087961611035101110131013 B101/B110 by, X-ray analysis and petrography. EAbstracter's note: The electron- microscopic photographs cannot be reproducedj. There are 4 figures and 5 references: 3 Soviet and 2 non-SOviet. The reference to the English- language Publication reads as follows: R. 1, 1958. D. Maurer, J_ Appl. Phys., SUBMITTED: March 23, 1961 Card 3/3 23811 S/020/61/--38/001/015/023 -31 //6 0/ _3 2 C AUTHORS: Shelyubskiy, V. I. and Vansfelld, N. M. TITLE: Electron microscopic study of the structure of sodium-boron silicate glasses PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii nau'c SSSR, v. 138, no. 1, 1961, 100-101 TEXT: A study has been made of a glass with the following composition (moles.): Na 207, B20 323, SiO 270. The study comprises the changes under- gone by the glass structure due to a rise in the time of heat treatment from 6 to 192 hr at a temperature of 6450C, and on a change of temperature between 695 and 7550C with constart time of heat treatment. The results of similar examinations with scattered light and scattered X-rays (11. A. Voyshvillo, Optika i spektroskopiya, 2, No. 3, 371 (1957); Optika i spektroskopiya, 3, Yo. 3, 281 (1957); VoysTvillo Fiz. tverd. tela, 2, no. 5, 10171 (1960)) are compared with those obtained here by means (~f an electron microscope. The investig~ition was conducted with the replica method at 75 kv and 1.1,000-fold ma,gnification using an Card 1/4 23811 S/020/61/138/001/015/023 Electron microsconic study o_` the... 3104/B201 3M-100 (EM-100) electron microscope. The specimens were etched in an etching a,7ent with 12 ~'O hydrofluoric acid. The results are collected in Table 1. The mean particle size R cp of the sodium-borate ohase was optically determined, ani this value was found to be by three to four times smaller than the value R(o calculated with scattered light. In the authors' opinion, this is in relation to the usability of the scattering formula in the case concerned here, where the particle distances are comparable with the particle size. IT. A. Voyshvillo assumes that the deviation of the particles from spherical form and the SDread of particle size are responsible for this. Ar estimation of the volume of the particles and of the channels conrectinG them has led to the following conclusions: The channels occupy 20 ~a of the total particle volume. The relative volume of the sodium borate phase, no matter how long the treat- ment, remains constant with a given temperature and amounts to about 25 %. The particles grow with the duration of treatment. This occurs by absorp- tion of the smaller particles, which takes place by diffusion and does not involve nhase variations. Increased temDeratures give rise to a n of -.reatment. strong growth of the particles already with brief durat4o, Card 2/4 -1 .1 rjcj.o:,co-)jc ::'udy of 'he ... 3/020/61/1, 78j/001//Cl5/C2 51 /3201 1 "Inlescence vias no more observed on 0-~eci-cnc -,ul-,.4 c, c -lo a )ne-*,,-j-..-. m n elemen4- to .--u :-,2atmcnt at 75~:/O-,. The o'LronF, di utLion of --'Url-ctur,: iF evidence of t"e recinrocal solu't.4on o' nhazes at onlalescence te--ncrature. Thcrc arC 7 fic;ures, 2 tal-l-, and 11,S) 1-' Sovi,,:t-bloc and 2 -,,or.-So7.-i--,t-blo(:. ASSC,CT'-'2IC):-. : Gosudarotvennyy nauch!io-icsiedo,,ri'.c-i'~':41r fnss`lu~ elek'Urotelchnichesk-ogo s'ekla i +--'.-,'lnologicheskogo oboru~ovaniya 'State Scicnti-fic 7:zeCca.-c- 7n-.i~-,,te ~:)r Electrotechnical and Tec*=--'ca-~ December 3, 1960, P. L. Rebinder, --'cadiemici-~n December 3, 1960 S/02 7~ !6 1 //C 1 5, /02 Electron microccopic study o! the... Lei.-end to Table 1) Duration of treatment at 6540C, hr; 2) nu:zlber of particles ocr cm 2 3) mean diameter. -.4; 4) relative volume Of the sodiiim-boTate Dhase, UPcxR BuAQPMKK nP" 05A *C, 4nCU ZI qHCJIO q8CTNII 8 1 CqS j) Dcp., mft . OTjfCCHTCJIbffbIfJ oftem "a- t-, )'Tj)IIeDC60P31F1Orf 4123hi, 0; 5 t2 ?A 48 13-1014 6,6.1014 5.0,1014 2.0-10's 45 6f. 83 120 23 25 22 Ta6aHua 1 72 1416 t92, 1.0-10ti 0,61-10t' 0,52-10t J50 190 200 22 24 25 C E; rd 0, / 4 29 119 S, V ay.,~ f el iomin, a liez -~,icrocrystall n e L;tructi "Lit) :~ilpr deai-, viit- ','.e i3tudy of chiacl-e', in cil--ensions new, - ~ I I - (11 and Ti--.,, cj:~ s. ,.c- cry-7 ta zat ion of b-lass con-ua ini ng ;~12 Do ~entia- i c e L :s L inrerfnce. a:.d ,~:] a,- t~ e J ~,y ro 1 d t:-:n o t e s e ir.,,ens4 t,v n~ ---,e surface r) C:t~i --e Z~~3 -Ass 'a I (3T o -e en-,..all~,y ciian, e i,8 T e v; a d i -n t,--e last I !la, crys--aiiize-i U. L I e r en zempcratures samples of both e heated in Irie seriez wer ;ca of the crystallized sam;)Ies were e s a t a t r bo n ec-, 0 n -,11 i c V 0 u c 0e W I t .0c. -ray C!'y Y r but:o n i~ r) n rjc c u ,a :3 .Ln in 'i L zi n r V -)n - 7,--n 7 -a L * .. ~ - .; , , ~i 11 . .I I I ! i , '. 1. ~ - ; 1 . - ( , C ~ , , , ~ . ~ .: . ! , . - . - . .. SHELYUBSKIY, V.I., kand.tekhn.nauk; GEFEN, A.G., inzh. Automatic device for deternining the degree of hoso eneity of glass. Stek.i ker. 19 no. 11:13-15 N 162. IMIRA 15:12) (Glass reBearch-Equipment and suppliee) S/020/62/145/005/016/020 B101/B144 :,i~ti.od of inviztigatinLI systems Using solid specimens of variable co:rposition 1,145, no. 10/62, 1 9 -1101 ii' id1pmiya naul.: 553R. Dcklady, v. 0 8 T XT t"od is suGC.~stp,-i for the roduction of specimens with chan--inj~ composition so as to facilitate the investization of Tht~ powd,3r-.- (.omponents are filled from a dosine boat. - Th2 CCMposition of the mixture iz altered by adjusting valve of the dosinc: feeder continuously. The boat is put into furn;~c,-- zone meltinz of the nixture takes place. A glass mixture h i,i--in- co:-iposition was usei to test the apparatus. component A t~ r ~y weL-ht): 20 Na 20 + 10 CaO + 70 SiO 21 component B: 20 K 20 + 10 CaO i TO 'S i The dosinr, ferider r%Auced the Na-0 content of the mixture from 20 to and raised the K 0 content from 0 to 16%. The linear chanGe 2 of tho E c,.)nterit wan, proved by determining tan n and the Ticro- ,,,2 D Card Ii, 3/'C2,~/62/1 4 5/CC 5/0 1 8,'C:2C o thol L~ i nv,---- tii.'at in(, B101/B144 :t Ion.- wi f, . ci-:i ic;il analysis .The ri,inimum of tan a t 1NE, K- ~rov(--i t~~,jt components formed not a mechanical mixture I bii t a tz~ n e o ut:~l t .Thin ot-tical density me~isured after an addition 'oC con."irmed the iirear change in cumposition. The -.J1 J9'' C re a rt I L'U r- 'i . lo-uiarstvennyy nauchnc-issledovateliskij institut e"lc'*-Itrot,-,ce,r,iche.,;kogo stekla i tekhnolo.,ichesko6o oborudovaniya (State Scientific Re3earclh Institute of -f-Jectrotechnical 7,lass End Industrial Equipment) rpril 2, 1962, by S. A. Vekshinskiy,,Academician IT D~Y'l TTI:,L March .1, 1962 C!xrd 21"', ACCESSION NR: AT4019282 S /0000 163/003/001/0041/0043 AUTHOR: Vaysfel'd, N.M.; Shelyubskiy, V.I. TITLE: Electron microscopic investigation of the microcrystallization of glass SOURCE: Simpozium po stekloobraznomu sc,stoyaniyu, Leningrad, 1962. Stakloobraz- noye sostoyaniye, vy*p. 1: Katalizirovannaya kristallizatsiya stekla (Vitreous state, no. 1: Catalyzing crystallizatiott of glass). Trudy* simpoziuma, v. 3, no. 1. Moscow, Izd-vo AN SSSR, 1963, 41-43., insert pages betweep p. 32 and 33 TOPIC TAGS: glass, glass crystallizati-)n, electron microscopy, replica, carbon replica, spallation fragment, etching, ;lass structure ABSTRACT: The processes of microcrystallization in different types of glass were studied with the EM-100 and Tesla BS-242A electron microscopes at accelerating voltages of 75 and 60 kv, respectively. Magnification in both cases was 15000 X. The familiar carbon replica method was used. in some cases, the method of simul- taneous indirect application of platinum and carbon powder was used, depending on the composition of the glass. Electron photomicrographs were taken of the sayme nicrocrystalline material with a polished, unetched surface, with an unetched Card 1/2 ACCESSION NR: AT4019282 spallation fragment, and with a spallation fragment which had been etched for 10 sec. in 10% hydrofluoric acid. In order to determine the relationship between the final structure and thermal treatment, tf.e crystallization of glass ceramic samples was studied at different temperatures ar.d at different crystallization times. It was found that the structure is determined not only by thermal treatment conditions but also by ultraviolet irradiation. During the initial stages of crystallization at temperatures between 500 and 550 C, changes in the number and dimensions of the crystals depending on the dose of irradiation can be clearly seen. With increas- ing doses of radiation, the number of crystals, the density of their distribution and the degree of crystallization increase. The optimum crystallization conditions wdre determined. The authors conclude that the strength of a material can be determined by the systematic investigation of its structure. Orig. art. has: 5 fig- ures. ASSOCIATION: None SUBMMEM 17M&y 63 DATE ACII: MovO ENCL: 00 SUB COM MT No REF ;0V: 005 OTHER: 000 Cord 2/2 KITAYGORODSKIY, I.I., doktor tekhzi. nauk; RABINOVICH, E.M., inzh.; SHELYUBSKIY, V.I., kand, teklin, nauk Regularities in the in-itial. stages of the formation of crystal structures in glass. Stek. i ker. 20 no.12:1-9 D 163. (MIRA 17-1) VAYS11M, N. M.; SHELYUBSKIY, V. I. "On potentialities of electron microj3copy in studying glass structure." I rep,-,rt submitted for 4th All-Union C-3af on Structure of Glass, Leningrad, 16-21 Mar 64. ACCESSION NR: AP4042275 S/0072/6-#/000/067/0014/0016 AUTHOR: Shelyubskiy, V. I. (Candidate of technical sciences) TITLE: The correlation effect of batch and scrap content on'the mobhanical. properties of glass SOURCE: S.teklo i keramika, no..7, 19611, 14-16 TOPIC TAGS: electrotechnical glass, gLaas property ABSTRACT: The author examined the sta!:istical stability, elasticity, impact stability, and the heterogeneity of barylite electrotechnical glass containing 1401o of alkali oxiGes. The coefficient of thermal expansion was found to be less than + 0.2 x 10-7 deg-1; the temperature wa3 100 0 according to an automatic recorder with an accuracy of +10. The results are presented in tables and graphs. The author concluded that Zhe breakdown in the mezhanical properties increases with an increase in the inhomogeneity of the glass mass and with incomplete compensation of the volatile components, variations in chemical compositions at various points. of impact, and insufficient homogenization in the,~boiling process. ASSOCIATION: none 'Cord Siff--LY-,JBSF.IY, V.I.; UAZANOV, Rolo- of' diff-.,sir:n- In a Drr-cess fcr t.,-,P- production :.,' glass I - specimens of' var'iable composition. Dokl~ AN S53:1 156 no. 2: 302-305 Ay '64. (MIRA 17:7) 1. Predstqvlena aka~emikom S.A.Ilekshinskim. L i18~1-66 4-'WT(m)/:-;WP(e)/E',,.'P(t)/FWPI,b) IJP(c) WH/JD/GS ACC NR: AT6000511 SOURCE CODE: UR/0000/65/000100010400/0402 AUTHOR: ShelyubsUi , V ~11 ORG: None TITLE: A study of the crystallization of titanium-containing glasses using samples of varying composition SOME: Vsesoyuznoye soveshchaniye po stekloobraznomu sostoyaniyu. 4th, Lenin- grad, 7-964. Stekloobraznoye soatoyaniye tVitreous state); trudy soveschantya. Leningrad, Izd-vo Nauka, 1965, 400-402 TOPIC TAG9., catalyzed crystallizaticn, lithium, glass, silicate glass, glass property, "-14A~ 94AAI ABSTRACT: The method employing glasa samples of varying composition prepared by zonal melting of powder mixtures of varying concentration was applied to the study of the effect of TL02 on the c-cystallization of glasses along the binary cut of the L12O-4SiO2-Na2O-4SL02-K20-4Si,)2-CaO system having a 4.5 mol % CaO content. The composition of the samples and itlic results of the experiments are summarized in Figures I and 2. It is interestiag to note that substituting Na20 and K20 for .-Card 1/4 L 1185i-66 ACC NR: AT6000511 A U~4 4 Ar - dr Figo 1. Crystallization diagram of variable composition (cont.) Card 2/4 L 11851-66 ACC NR: AT6000511 samples representing binary sides of LJ.20-4SiO2-Na2O-4SiO,2-K2O-4SiO2-CaO (4.5 mol %), as a function of the titanium oxide content (T102 in wt. I - Absence of crystallization and opa:.escence; 2 - weak opalescence, glass is semitransparent; 3 - strong liquation, glass opaque; 4 - surface crystallization in the form of separate patches; 5 - surface crystallization in the form of a continuous thin film; 6 - surface crysj:allization in the form of a thick con- tinuous crust with occasional propagation of crystals into the depth of the sample; 7 - crystallization propagatio-a throughout thevolume but the crystalline phase is less than 50%; 8 total crystallizativi. 11. 04510,- TIq I .. Ti V 6 8 v we ht Tis - ig % 41 SL tZ If x sample length cm. 0I F91r Hi In ~ 0 5 Card 314 Fig. 2.. Crystallizatior. diagrams of R20-SiO2 + 4.5 .(Contd.) L 11851-66 ACC NR: AT6000511 mol % CaO samples with variable titaniuu.oxide content. 61 I - absence of crystallization and opalescence; 2 - surface crystallization; 3 - liquation; 4 - liquation and crystallization; 5 - crystallization. U20 destroys the liquation structure ol' the glasses, preventing the formation of a microcrystalline structure. Orig. art. has: 2 figures. iSUB CODE: 11, 20 / SUBH 6ATE% 22May65 / CRIG REF: 005 / OrH REF: 002 L 63546-65 7~We)/EPA (s)-2/D;T(m),/Et1 IF (c)AWP(iY'EPP/FFA (w).-2/57P(J)/T/ - Pc_ Pf pr 4 ~44/An7 JD/. ACCESSION HR: AP5017454 UR/0020/65/162/003/103BA64b~ AUMOR: She&ubskiy, V. I. TITLE: Application of the method of varlable-composition specimens to the aves- tigation of metal-ceramicl/and metal-glas systems SOURCE: AN SSSR. Doklapdy V. 162 no. 5 1965, 1038-io4o aining.comr~ TOPIC TAGS: metal p2wder comr)act..Icerami: containing compact, glass cont pact, variable composition compact, variable composition compact preparation ABSTRACT: A method of obtaining specimens of sintered materials with a continuoUS4 varying composition without zone meltinji Wdescribed. The method is based on aration of powder mixtures with a requ";-d' change in the concentration of . componen6l and aubsequent compacting and sintering change in the distribution of concentraLions. Depending.,on the design ~)f the dosing unit, sufficiently strong. 1plates or bars*of varying composition with one- or two-dimensional gradient of COM-l-, ;posit-'ons can be obtained. The operation of the dosing unit, designed forl prepF--zing a two-ccm]Ronent mixture (see Fi,;. 1 of the Enclosure), is based an the., proportionality of the weight or 'volijme qnmtity of the components admitted from the bunkers and the area of their outlets covered by the s-lide-valve. With uniform, Card 1/3 L 63546-65 ACCESSION NE, -AP5017454 L 3602-616 4 ACCESSION NR: AP5017208 UR/002o/65/162/006/1281/1283, AUTHORS: q~ ~Dub~slciy,_Y. I Vekshins I , S. A Y TITEE-. Tnvestigation of the refraction of__11gEt,,,by pbly-alkaline 'o f _'_ --l- - ''6-f _'Vd~lable composition s'.11calte glassesby the m thol samp es SOU,RCE: AIN SSSR.'Doklady, v. 1-62. no. 6~ 1965, 1281-1283 TOP11C '11AGS: refractive Index, optic glass, silicate glass, glass property ABSTRACT: To investigate the Influence of the poly-alkaline effect on 'he re-raction of light, the aithoro studied binary sections of L comporient systems R 2 O_R 2O-CaO-:')iO 21 with constant content (19.1 r.-,olar per cent) of the two allk-aline oxides,, CaO (4.5 molar per cent) and Sio2 (76.4 molar per cent), ant binary sections of the five-compon--- ent system Li O-Na O-K 0-Ca0-SiO_ with the same constant content of 2 2 2 4_ the sum of the three alkaline oxidas, CaO, and SiO The method usedk__ 2* Card 1/2 L 3462-66 ACCESSION NR: AP5017208 to prepare the variable-composition samples is described. The refrac-J 4 tive index was measured accurate to + 5 X 10 with an Abbe type refractometer. The results for the constant- and variable-L 1positiorl sample-s were compared with the refractive indices of the Initial samples and of specially prepared constant-composition samples. The results show that the simultaneous presence of two or three alkaline substances does not lead to any nonlinearity in the dependence of the refractive index on the composition, so that it can be concluded that there is no' poly-alkaline effect in,complex silicate glasses, This report was presented by S. A. Vakshinskiy. Orig. art. has: 2 figures. ASSOCIATION: None SUBMITTED: 30Nov64 ENCL; 00 NR REF SOV: 012 OMER: 002 SUB CODE., OPjMT eard 2/2 1'9 'El 4 -'P(e) Pq-4/Pr-4/P11- 7 ACCESSION NR: AP5018091 GG/JAJ/WH UR/0020/65/163/001/0164/01~-'51:.~~~-:~ AUTHOR: Brekhovskikh, S. M.; Landa, L. X.; Viktorova, Yu. X.; Shelyubs my, V. I. TITLE : 015.tLical radiation stability of quartz glass irradiated -r a at various temperatures 1 7 M --19 5i,:164 5-, SOURCE: AN SSSR; Ddk;idy~ no. A vi TOPIC TAGS, optical radiai quartz glass, color center,F center, Non stability itemperature dependence ABSTRACT: The effect of temperature on the radiation-induced difcoloration of quartz- glasses KI and KRL has been studied in the virtual absence of literature on this subject. The optical radiation stability (ORB) of the glass specimens vas studied at room temperature. The ratio of the lLght -transmifssi&L of the irradiated glass '(PC), whicl~ is character--- the initial traftemission in the visible Fmtcdfthe_-spe6truA _1.91~ic for ORB, Vas determined for diffezent doses of irradiation ~~ee Table 1 of th4-- Enci osure). Table-- 2 lillustrate-s the.-ORB at !aVi-iii-Weritturis. .~Vhe__transmiss1on_,,* was measured 10 see, 60 mini and 24 hr iXter taking the'-specimens out of the D [7 vessel; the.results remained constant. !, In'the case of KI glass,.-the effect of temperathre."-vas . perceived, -visually.. 1,specimens~ irradiated at;,.. room ltenper!i,~w:..*-,,,r~,_~j. wbIre vere. black-violet, and those irradiated 6t 90K. vere. li&t-swky. LCIrd 114 L 62767-65 - ACCESSION NR: AP5018091 The observed dependence of the discoloralion on the temperature of irradiation elm betveen the, d and decayin be explained by the shift of the dynamic equilibrium . , color c-enters. It is assumed that the ntanber of JN-centers formed,_406r6does with'---: ' decreasing temperature, while the radiation destruction of these centers cam I r not ' ' depend on the temperature. . be The constant, PC after.164~ doses of irradiation can explained by a decrease in . ,. the effect ofVradiation annealin due to the diminishing number of color centers and an increase J.n their stability. Orig. art. has: 2 tables. Awl ASSOCIATION: none 4,- . UBMITTED: 071)ec6' 4 SUB AT N P`,_`-~-z 4 001 NO-,REP SOV.. _OTESR#C.-OO8: ATI) PRESS:. M , LIC9rd 2/4 7 - 7 7. 7. - 7 7.: -42:~6,7,- 63 ION NR: AP5018091 ENCLO�Ji~~ Table 1. ORS at room temperature Irradiation dosei r 60 KI ass * r KRL gass . (C0 ) P T, c P TZ c Initial 92 92 104 87 0.95 92 1 5 0 1 o ' 92 1 ' 106 2 b.02 02 1 7 10 0 0 92 1 T - Light transmission measured an IF-16 device" -14 I-Cqr4 3 L-62-t67-65 5 ACCEsSION NR: wf Table 2. OFS Ort "peratures, 6r dose 10 j 104r. se d glass , dose 106r , KRL 91ELSS Irradiation s, KI glaB o _ T PC temperatureg T % P T, % p , OK , C 68 0.74 91 87 o.95 90 1 0.2 -91 200 W 0.95 87 .95 2 .0.02 92 300 4/4 rd 93 S L 4018-66 EWP(e)/EPA(s)-2/EwT(m)/Ev'P(,,.)APA(w)-2/EWP(b) ACCESSION Nf: AP5022279 UR/0363/65/001/007/1236/1237 666.1:542.65 AUTHOR: Shel"P~Kky 1.4, TITLE: Possibility of formation of porosity during pyroceramization 1 SOURCE: AN SSSR. Izvestiya. Neorganicheskiye materialy, v. 1, no. 7, 1965, 1236-1237 TOPIC TAGS: ceramic material, heat resistant glass, porosity 4 ABSTRACT: The problem of pore formation in pyroceramicsi$d~u'ring their crystall za- tion Is of major importance, since porosity decreases the strength and resistance to heat. The author suggests that the probability of formation of pores, i.e.. numerous closed discontinuities in the material, is very low during the formation of the microcrystalline structure of a pyroceramic. A thorough study of over fourthousand electron microscope photographs of various ceramics at various stages of pyroceramization, carried out in collaboration with N. M. Vaysfel'd, did not reveal any defects whatsoever which could be identified with pores. It is concluded that the process of pyroceramization is not associated with the formation of porosity under the influence of internal strains at the phase boundaries, and that the formation of cracks in certain cases is attributable Card 1/2 L 4uld--bb ACCESSION NR: AP5022279 to imperfections in the technological process used for preparing the pyroceramic, ASSOCIATION! none SUBMITTED: IlFeb65 ENCLt 00 SUB CODE: MT NO REF SOV: 009 OTHER: 003 Card- 2/2 KOSLCTISKIY, S.F., inzi-..; 6;!LYt:_--_IK'.Y, !~, . T. ,inzh. I Trwest, - , I I - -urab-'-,-;T-.- cf glass pr,,%,:lucts. ba- 1,1, .1a Z: - - ti,! :- zne Strength an I,,- '?:Q, Stek. i ker. 22 nc.c):Z-1-24 S lt'5. -I Ij ACC NR, -----------UR/-O-'0-2-0-/66/171/002/0333/0336- IU'bO36842 SOURCE COM AMOR: Shelyubskiy, V. I. ORG; none TITLE: Investigation of the crystallization of glasslike systems represented by. samples of variable composition SOURCE: AIN SSbrx. T)oklady, v. 1.71, no. 2, 1966, 333-336 TOPIC TAGS: glass property, crystallization, phase composition, temperature depend- ence ABSTRACT: This is a continuation of earlier work (DAN v. 145, no. 5, 1098, 1962) dealing with crystallization of glass-like Systems obtained by zone melting from powdered mixtures of variable composition. The present article is devoted to the sys- tem Si02'- CaO - Na2O, with the analysis of the crystalline phases carried out non- destructively by x iz~:- analysis, as well as petrographically. The crystallization was .L!:.u lavestigated in the eyLstem Li2O.4ciO2 - Na2O.4SiO2 - K2O.4SiO2 with constant CaD content (4.5 mol.%). The teats were made by placing simultaneously twelve samples of variable composition in thermostats at temperatures 500, 600, 700, 800, 900, and 9500 for one hour. The crystall-ization after heat treatment differed greatly from crystal- lizatioa of the same system directly fjvm the melt, in that opalescence appeared, due ACC NR, Ap6o36842 to microliquation and to the formation of an exchange fine-crystal structure preventiz ;the melting of the samples. The liquation and crystallization decreased rapidly as 1, the Li+ was replaced by Na+, and especially by e. The crystallization diagram of ~this system, deduced from the crystallization of the variable-composition samples, agrees well with the diagram constructel an the basis of crystallization samples of constant composition. Some individual lifferences are explained. The reduction in the crystallizing ability when the lithium is replaced by sodium or potassium agrees i ]with results of investigations in simple alkali-silicate systems. It is concluded I tnat the laws governing ex7stallization of variable-composition samples agree with the lerystallization properties of the oystents represented by these samples. Orig. art. I nuts. _' ri6ures. 0 XSUBM DATEt ,SUB CODE: S 12Apr66/ ORIG REFt 010/ MH REFt 004 1 Card 2/ LAI;.: I K I IOV , K.F. , 'r-land.veLI-,,rin.nauk-; SHEL*~U,~ !,a y Z.G. , st:,.rslliy nauclinyy sotrud- r,,ik Nonspecificity o:' inclusion bodies in Jnfectious a . I . Im tro~hic,-,Tis In swine. Veterinar-iia 40 no.(1:71-72 S '63. ( " - f--. -~u l "I. i ) 1. Novosibirskaya skaya veterinarnaya stantsiya. SHE;LYUXII. J'. According to today's standards. Za rul. 21 no,ls8-9 Ta, 163. (KMA 16 3 1) 1. Zamestitell predsedatelytt Rostovskogo oblastnogo komiteta Dobrovollnogo obshchestva sodeystviya armii, aviatsil i flotu, Rostov-na-Donu. 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