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A L 16799--43 ACCESSION NR: AP3006475 . slightly during passage ihrough the critical speed and:because -ish ther self-alignmnet sharply dimin eafter, which ensures a widel :1, j ". range of vibration-free operational velocitiia. O rig. art. has- 43 formulas and 8 figures. ASSOCIATION, none A SUBMITTED: 00 ~DATE ACQ: 30Sep63 ENCL:.: :03 i I . 4 UB CODE: PR NO REF SO V 007 OTHER: 0 6v d 14 Cayd 3 -- (diss) "On -Ehe problem of the FcalTeslneed ~-L -S,IAIR:;OVA, P. I. Cand Agr Sci ___4 j Vw=T.*- for vitamin A (carotene)." Kiev, 1957. 12 pp (IIIiIin of Agriculture UkSS'.R. Ukrainian Acad of Agr Sci), 100 ecpies (XL, 4-580 85) -53- :- . i,. 1'141. Smirnova, P. M. Mavs spektvomptrich,reckoye is!71edo qniyp protseEsov ioninteii i vtorichny',,h protseesov v volorode m., 1954. h s 20 sm. (M. vo khim T~rom-sti SSSR. ordena trud. Krasnogo Znameni Nauch. ---iEsled. Piz. ir.-t im, L, ya. karpova) 100 ekz. D. te. (54-515854) SO: Knizhinya Letopis, Vol- 1, 195-5 SMIRNOVA, P.Z., starshiy prepodavatell Moscow railwaymen's laboracploits during the turning point in the Great Patriotic War. Trudy KIT no.166:128-143 162. (MIRA 16:6) (World War, 1939-1945) (Moscow Province--Railroads) (Socialist competition) St-IINJOVA, R.D.; ZAMYSLOVA, S.D.; ZARUBIN, G.P. Sanitary conditions for discharging sewage from phmol and acetone production into open waters. Uch. zap. Mosk, nauch.- issl. inst. san. i gig. no.9.*30-33 161 (MM 16:11) GOLUDEVA, M.T.; SMIRNOVA, R.D.- Production and discharge of liquid waste in the manufacture of synthetic alcohol. Uch.z-ap. Mosk. nauch.-issl. inst. san. i gig. no.92117-120 161 (MM 16zli) 4- SMI;-d-JOVA, R.D. Results of a session of the Moscow Research Institute on Hygiene of the 1,1inistry of Public Health of the R".S.F.S.R. Gig. i san. 26 no.8:108-110 Ag 161. (MIRA 15*10 (PUBLIC HEALTH) N. -H-vi-Aull of t1m hatcricalic !k"anct'-- 05 -0 by 3qlinim--lioual Fourier syntbi:zis 19 M g to ccrrt~t the data of W"hitherkkk 1, 353~11~0. w4lct- giv~, for Sk); J.81 A. This rather hiih &!Imnc, first avA pr-Ij.-pi aly czalcns.~ N W conm obrtn-cd i uijctiQu wilL4 nwinul valluas Y,-L-ylrg between J..15 and 1.70 A., aaij'Y=-0r atom' 1.73 A. For the distaumq 413t wa. 1;Q n~ 'ne. r-Km tits (QUowirg ,flts, The suacp p-cm Vc4ucIj-! haxi"wf4l pi,,cl~'i-,1z, V on! i-U is thp .4 A12 )" . . . ~ I . : I ~':: T f4fair~,Iw, %-Sly *1 R All t ifpr rl*'fp~j. 'C-Nc, ?4) If 1 mg 11-o-it S, .,Z. F. "The Crystrdline 3tructure of Clusi-Adine." -,',an~. 3C!, .1n.3t Of Crystallo- -ran,11 , 'c~t` "c' U:*":, 22 Dec 5-4. (W) 1C, Dec "I . ~ Y J~. "I -j 1 14 " g Surve%, of Scientific and Technical dissertations D-:fenrded at USSR HiEher Fducc,tionai Institutions (12) S(l): Swri. No. 556, 24 Aul 55 USSR/Geology Card 1/1 Authors I Title Periodical I Abstract Institution I Presented by Samoylova, R. B; Smirnova, H.. F.) and r-orainay E. V. New data on the stratigraphy of the Tulsk horizon of the lower carbon disposits of the Moscow basin Dokl. AN 355H) 96j Ed. 21 371 - 373) blay 1954 According to lithological composition and complex the depositions of the Tulsk horizon can be divided into two parts. Lower part usually argillaceous with basalt sands as foundation with layer of unseasoned limestone and calcareous lime. The upper part as a rule.:~':~ is formed of lime containing 0 to, 4 layers of limestone and c alca- reous lime. Unseasoned sand is the foundation of these layers. Eight references. Graph* .... Academician N. S. Shatskiy, March 20, 1954 .: 11 1 i SMIRN(JVA,R.F.; RUMANGVA,I.M.; BUOV,N.V. Crystallic structure of cnzpidi&e.!ap.Vses.min.ob-va 159-169 '55. (MIRA 8:10) (Cuspidine) SAMOYLOVA, R.B.; SMIRNOVA, R.F. New Dizigopleurella genus and new species of Ostracoda from Devonian sediments in the Russian Platform. aleont.zhur. no.1:79-88 162. 1 (MIRA 15:3) 1. Geologicheskoye upravleniye tsentral'nykh rayonov, Moskva. (Russian Platform--Ostracoda, Fossil) L 247lo-66 EWT(m)/ETC(f)/EPF(n')-2/Z'fiG(m) WW ACC NR: AT6008415 SOURCE CODE: UR/3136/65/000/993/0001/0017 AUTHOR: Ambartsumyan, R. S.; Goncharov, V. V.; Glukhov, A.I.M.; Yegorenkov, P. M.; :Smirnova, R. F.; Shavrov~ P. I. ,ORG: none !TITLE: Increasing the power of VVR-S reactors. .~SOURCE: Moscow. Institut aiomnoy energii. Doklady, IAE-993, 1965. 0 povyshenii moshchnosti reaktorov VVR-S, 1"17 ,TOPIC TAGS: water cooled nuclear reactor, water moderated reactor, reactor fuel :element, nuclear reactor power /VVR-S water cooled nuclear reactor ':ABSTRACT: The authors consider the possibilities for using slightly modified MR :fuel assemblies for increasing the power of VVR-S, water-cooled water-mode.,ated reac-~. I :tors. A figure is given shuwing the construction and dimensions of the MR fuel as-I.- sembly. The assembly consists of five tubular fuel elements of circular cross sec-.;' ,tion. The heat-transfer area of the MR fuel ansembly is 2.35 times as great as as-: .semblies using EK-10 elements. The elements are interchangeable, i.e.-they may be :Card 1/2 L 24710-66 ACC NR: AT6008415 'placed in any cell of the reactor core. The efficient design of the MR elements 'assures that 90% of the water passing through the core flows through the fuel asse ibly. The assembly contains 173 grams of U-235, i.e. 35% more than an assembly wiz 11 iEK-10 elements. The use of these elet-,ents makes it possible to irradiate specimens;~ ,in experimental channels or ampules with an outside diameter of 14 mm. Larger spec-J ;imens may be irradiated by using fuel assemblies with fewer tubular fuel elements. 'However, use of the MR fuel as'sembly cuts down the volumetric fraction of water in 'the reactor core to 0.65 as against 0.7 when assemblies with EK-10 elements are iused. The volumetric water fraction is cut still further to 0.52 by the use of iberyllium moderators to reduce nonuniformity in heat release due to localized in- !creases in neutron density in the water spaces between adjacent MR fuel assemblies. !The use of these fuel assemblies increases the ower of the reactor to B-11 Mw and 'the maximum neutron intensity (U-235) to "o1013 neutrons/CM2 sec. The autb6rs dis- cuss the experimental possibilities of the WR-S reactor with MR fuel assembliesi :Orig. art. has: 6 figures, 1 table. ~SUB CODE: 18/ SUBM DAT~: 00/ -ORIG REF: 001/ OTH REF: 003 ~Card 2/2- 1. BUNDELIP A.A.: VAYNBERG, V.I.t DORROLYUBSKAYA, T.S.t ZOLINSKIY., V.V.: PEKERMAN, F.M.: SMIRNOVA, R.G.s TROFIMOV, A.K.i FRENKELI, S.P. 2, USSR (600) IL. Electrid Lighting, Fluorescent. 7. Deve]-opment and study of luminophors based on phosphates for luminescent lamps. Izv. AN SSSR, Ser.fiz. 15 No, 6, 1951. 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, January 1953. Unclassified. TDVA klOsk R. G. 0 )~/-G -1); \ n va); A.V. (jqO BRAUN, E.D. ClITCHTNAE B AVKO'V - , SimuCla-tion Of the b:-alc´┐Żng proca3s on the D~-58 fi,4.ction -TAchine. M59h!-novadenie nc.2,-10'5:--l25 165. (MIRA 18:8) SMIRINOVA, R. 1. Method for the acceleration of the ripening of siunflowers. Masl.- zhir.prom. 29 no.11:12-13 N 163. (MIRA 16.12) 1. Vaesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatel'sIdy institut maslichnykh i efiromaslichnykh kulttur. KARKOVSKIY, L.Ya.; SMIRNOVA, R.I. Ghomism of the interaction between zinc sulfide and oelenic acid. Zhur. neorg. khim. 2 no.12:2752-2757 D '57. (MM 11:2) (Zinc sulfide) (Selenic acid) n4RKOVSXIY, L,ya.; -SMIRNOVA, R,I. - - ------ --- -, Reactions taking place between dr7 powders of ZnS and SeO2. Zhur. neorg.khim. 5 no.9:2o42-2o47 S 16o. (MIMIL 13:11) 1. (ios,idarstvennyy institut prikl,dnoy khimii. OAnc sulfide) Oelenium oxide) 21341 S/078/61/006/004/015/018 -2 1160 11E~, 11)4~ B107/B218 AUTHORS: Markovskiy, L. Ya.,_Smirnova, R. I. TITLE: Chemism of the reaction of cadmium sulfide with selenious acid PERIODICAL: Zhurnal neorganicheskoy khimii, Y. 6, no. 4, 1961, 948-956 TEXT: The authors studied the formation of cadmium selenite by reaction of cadmium sulfide with selenious acid in aqueous solution, and the formation of cadmium selenide by reaction of cadmium selenite and cadmium sulfide at temperature of about 500 to 9000C. The above synthesis of cadmium selenide is of practical importance for the manufacture of zinc-cadmium-selenide luminophores. The initial substances were cadmium sulfide of a purity required for luminophores, produced by the Leningradskiy zavod "Krasnyy khimik" (Leningrad Plant "Red Chemist"), and selenious acid obtained from twice-sublimated anhydride. The reaction between cadmium sulfide and selenious acid proceeds smoothly at 700C. The authors studied the reaction at different proportions of the initial substances. With an excess of selenious acid and at a temperature of 50 to 600C, white crystals of an acid cadmium selenite of the composition 3 CdSO 3 H2SeO3 were obtained. The Card 1/3 21341 S/078/61/006/004/015/018 Chemism of the reaction of... B107/B218 best yield in cadmium selenite is obtained at a molar ratio of 213. The reaction is assumed to proceed as follows: CdS + H2SeO 3 -CdSeO 3+ R 2S CdSeo + R SO = CdSeO 3'H2SeO CdSe03.H SZO CdS - 2 CdSeo 3+ H S 3 2 3 2 2 H2S + H2Se83 2 S_+ Se + 3 H 20 2 CdS + 3 H2 SeO 3 '2 CdSeO3 + 2 S + Se + 3 H20 Besides, small quantities (2 to 5 %) of CdS04 are formed. If the products of the reaction of cadmium sulfide with selenious acid are heated at 500 to 9000C, mainly cadmium selenite is reduced by the elementary sulfur, and with an excess of cadmium sulfide, the latter reacts with cadmium selenite. The purest yield of cadmium selenide is obtained by rapid heating of the initial composition CdS: H2SeO 1: 1. The ideal forma- tion of cadmium selenide would proceed as follow=st Card 2/3 21341 S/07 61/006/004/015/018 Chemism of the reaction of... B107N3218 4/3 CdSeO3 + 2/3 S = 4/9 CdSe + 2/3 S02 2/9 CdS + 2/9 CdSeO 3 -2/9 CdSe + 2/9 SO2 + 2/9 CdO 2/9 CdO + 1/9 CdS + 3/9 Se - 3/9 CdSe + 1/9 SO2 CdS + H2SeO 3 ~2/3 CdSeO3 + 2/3 S + 1/3 Se + 1/3 CdS + R20 - CdSe + SO 2+H20 Also in this case, the product obtained contains considerable quantities of oxidic nadmium compounds which are due to the oxidizing action of cadmium selenite. The authors thank Yu. D. Kondrashev for his help. There are 4 figures, 8 tables, and 16 references: -9 Soviet-bloc. The three references to English-language publications read as follows: R. E. Shrader, S. Lasof, H. Leverenz. Preparation and Characteristics of Solid Luminescent Materials, Symposium, Oct. 1946, New York, 1948, p. 238; P. Brown, J. Electronics, 2, 154 (1956); G. Crosby, US Patent 2818301, December 31, 1957. ASSOCIATION: Gosudarstvennyy institut,prikladnoy khimii (State Institute of Applied Chemistry) SUBMITTED: January 27, 1960 Card 3/3 88674 S/051/61/010/002/001/003 E201/E291 AUTHORS: Narkovs.'.-iy, L. Ya. and Smirnova. R. I. TITLE: The Luminescent Properties of Gold-Activated Zinc Selenide PERIODICAL: Optika i spektroskopiya, 1961, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 194-197 TEXT: The authors report a study of the photoluminescence and cathodoluminescence of ZnSe:Au. Zinc selenide was prepared from ZnS of phosphor purity and selenious acid using the "wet method". The t of iron in -the initial materials did not lpmoun exceed 5 x %; in the final product it was 0.0001%. ZnSe prepared by heating to 80O'C contained zinc oxide as an impurity which was removed by treatment with a solution of NH40H + 104C1~ In some experiments the authors used very pure ZnSe prepared by the hydrogen selenide method (Fe. Cu, Co, Ni were present in amounts smaller than 3 x 10`50; zinc' oxide was removed by reduction at 500'C in hydrogen. The activator was introduced in the form of gold chloride. In all cases NaCl and MgCl were used as fluxes. The final heat treatment (30 min. at 900005 was carried out in Card 1/4 88674 -0/051/61/010/002/001/003 E201/E291 The Luminescent Properties of Gold-Activated Zinc 3elenide closed quartz crucibles either in air or in an atmosphere of purified nitrogen (less than 0.01~,'~ 02). The catnodoluminescence parameters were obtained by placing a sample in a demountable cathode-ray tube, The cathodoluminescence was recorded with a monochromator YM-I (UH-I) and a photo.,lultiplier (FEU-22). The photoluminescence was recorded with a monocliromator 3MP-3 (ZPJR-3) and the same photomulL-iplier FEU-22. The duration of afterglow was obtained using an oscillographic method. When excited with light of 365 mp wavelen7th at room temperature, ZnSe.Au exhibited a maximum which depended on the amount of gold and lay between 690 (0.0055/4' Au) and 720 m~L (0.51/a Au). This max- imum was due to the activator. A slight inflection was found in the photoluminescence spectrum near 600 mg; on cooling to -100'C the inflection turned into a prominent band which was due to ZnSe itself, At +100'C the photoluminescence spectrum had the same form as at room temperature but the intensity was generally lower because of temperature quenching~ The cathodoluminescence was excited by electrons accelerated to gkV-, the electron beam density Card 2/4 88674 S/051j'61/010/002/001/003 E201/i, -291 The Luminescent Pro -rties of Gold-Activated Zinc Selenide ,pL 2 was 1 ~LA/cm The intensity of the cathodoluminescence was compared with that of ZnSe:Cu and Zn (PO ) - Kn phosphors. Beginning from gold concentrations N 0,81N* two maxima at 600 and 680 m4 were found in the cathodoluminescence spectrum. The 600 mjL maximum was depressed and the 680 m~L maximum was intensi_ fied when the amount of gold was increased. Concentration quenching of the gold-activator band occurred at concentrations greater than 0.056/c. The intensity of cathodoluminescence of ZnSe:Au was close to that of ZnSe:Cu. The duration of afterglow, defined as the time whe only 5% of the initial intensity remainedl was about 10- sec. The long-wavelength band of the ZnSe:Au luminescence was independent of the purity of ZnSe. It was also found that this long-wavelength band was destroyed by heating in hydrogen and re-established by subsequent heating in air. A valuable property of the ZnSe:Au phosphor was the com- paratively low inertia of its luminescence. Acknowledgements are made to F. M. Pekerman and 0. N. Kazankin for help in some measurements. There are 3 figures, 1 table and 7 references: 1 ;.Soviet and 6 non-Soviet. Card 3/4 88674 S/051/61/010/002/001/003 E201/E291 The Luminescent Properties of Gold-Activated Zinc Selenide SUBMITTED: April 28, 1960 Vf Card 4/4 22154 9/048;/0'1/025/004/003/048 2L, n)~00 B104/B201 AUTHORS: Markovskiy, L. Ya. and Smirnova, R. I. TITLE: Effect of oxy.aen on the luminescence properties of activatol- less zin- 3elenide PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Akademii nauk SSSR. Seriya fizicheskaya, v. 25, no. 4, 1961, 449-453 TEXT: The present paper has been read at the 9th Conference on Luminescence (Crystal Phosphoxs), Kiyev, June 20-25, 1960. In view of the great importance of zir,L; selenide in the practice, the authors made a detailed study of the luminescence properties of activatorless zinc sel~iide and clarified the effect of oxygen introduction into the preparation. The latter was directly synthesized from the pure elements, applying a method by Pashinkin (Ref. 8: Pashinkin,A. S., Tishchenki, G. N. et al. Kristallo- grafiya, 5, 261, (1960)). The preparation was free from oxygen and had a cubic lattice constant of a = 5.657 kX. The introduction of given amounts of air into the reaction zone made it possible in different preparations to achieve determined oxygen concentrations. Results are graphically Card 1/7 22154 S/046/61/025/0041/003//048 Effect of oxygen on... B104/B201 presented in Fig. 1. Fig. 2 shows the spectral distribution of zinc selenide emission as a function of the oxygen content. It may be seen from these results that already 0.5 % 0 effect an appreciable shift of the maximum, while at larger amounts of ZnO, a ZnO emission becomes manifest, and a temperature drop effects in all preparations a shift of the maximum to the left. Fig. 4 shoms the spectral distributions of commercial zinc selenide preparations. It may be seen from Fig. 5 that absorption is reduced in the shortwave region with an increase of the ZnO content. It may be said on the basis of data by Yu. D. Kondrashev that in the ZnSe lattice, ZnO is dissolved to 1 -1.5 %, as only at a higher oxygen content, zinc oxide can be shown to be present in the X-ray diagram. The possibility is thus given of correlating the changes of the lur:~.nescence properties of zinc selen--de at an increase of the oxygen content -.-,.ith the formation of a new phase, the solid solution ZnSe-ZnO. Yu. D. Kondrashev is thanked for the measurement of lattice Darameters, and M. Z. Aleksandrova for her assistance in producing and analyzing the preparations. There are 5 figures and 9 references: 6 Soviet-biod and 3 non-Soviet-lbloc. The 3 references to English-language publications read as follows: Ref. 1: Leverenz H., Wood E., Lasof S., Shrader R., Preparation and Characteristics of Solid Card 2/7 22154 S/046/61/025/004/003/048 Effect of oxygen on ... B104/B201 Luminescent Materials. Symposium, p. 238, N. Y., 1948. Ref. 2: Leverenz H., An Introduction into Luminescence of Solids, p. 200, 1950. Ref. 3: Laraoh S., J. Chem. Phys., 21, 756, (10,53). Legend to Fig. 1: Speotral (A distributions of preparations free from oxygen and of such oxidized to various degrees. a~ Cathode excitation. 6 Photoexoitation. A= 365 mp; 1) ZnSe without ZnO. 2) ZnSe +0-5 % ZnO. 3) ZnSe +2 % ZnO. 4) ZnSe + 4% ZnO. 5) ZnSe + 10 % ZnO. Card 3/7 $00 559 600 700 'r"a Effect of oxygen CA Card. 4/7 asl Sao 22154 S/048/61/025/004/003/048 B104/B201 f UY 2 2154 S/048/61/025/004/003/048 Effect of oxygen on ... 3104/3201 Legend to Fig. 2: Spectral distribution of the emission of zinc selenide as a function of the degree of its oxida- tion (cathode excita- tion). 1) ZnSe without ZnO. fl ZnSe+0.5 cib' ZnO. 3 ZnSe+ 10 % ZnO. 4) ZnSe+ 20 ~~ ZnO. Card 5/7 Effect of oxygen on ... Legend to Fig. 3: Spectral distribution as a function of temperature in photoexcitation. 1) Ooc~- I ZnSe + 1-5 % ZnO 7 2) ZnSe + 1.5 5- Zr~ WOC). 3) ZnSe withcut ZnO (-700C). 4) ZnSe without ZnO (200C). Card 6/7 9 f Z r4 92s- Soo SSO 5519 __ A, 22154 S/048/61/025/004/003/048 B104/3201 Legend to Fig. 4: 3Dectral distribution of industrial preparations (cathode excita- tion). 1) 2 % NaCl. 2) without flux. I z LL M SSO 600 550 700 Effect of oxygen on... Legend to Fig- 5: Absorption spectra of zinc selenide with different contents of ZnO. 1~ Without ZnO. 2 With 4 % ZnO. 3) With 10 % ZnO. 4) ZnO-Se. 22154 S/04 61/025/004/003/048 B104%201 4N. T A Card 7/7 A. MU S/07 62/007/003/005/01~ B1 1 OYB1 78 AUTHORS: Markovikiy, b. Ya., Smirnova, R. 1. TITLE: Reactions accompanyi-!g the production of zinc selenide by interaction of zinc sulfide with selenous acid PERIODICAL: Zhurnal neorganicheskoy khimii, v. 7, no. 3, 1962, 540 - 548 TEXT: In previous papers (Zh. neorg. khimii, 2, 2752 (1957); ibid., 2042 (1960); Tr. gos. in-ta prikl. khimii, 4 the authors 1j, 128 (1960)), had studied the following reactions between an aqueous suspension of ZnS and 112SeO3 ZnS + 112SoO3 - ZnScOs + 112S ZnSoO3 + 112S003 - ZnSO03 - 1!2SeO3 ZnSC03- IIIS003 + ZnS - 2ZnSeO3 + H:S 112SO03 + 2H2S - So + 2S + 3H20 M 2ZuS - 3112Se )a - 2Z iSeO., + 2S + So + M20 The reactions taking place in the roasting charge are examined more closely here. The orange-colored mass obtained by the strongly exothermic reaction Card 1/6 S/078/62/007/003/005/019 Reactions accompanying the ... B110/B138 of ZnS (Zn 66.1~ and S 32.2yo) and 112 Seo3(-20 ff of SeO2per 100 g of H20) was dried at 100 - 120 C. The heating curves were taken on anTIK-54 (FPK-54) pyrometer at a heating rate of 15 - 20OC/mm. The powder patterns of the roasted powder were taken with Fe K IN radiation. Taking the ratio of 1 mole of ZnS/1 mole of H2 SeO,, which is the optimum in ZnSe production, the reaction reads: zhS + 112SeO3- 2/3ZnSeO3+ + 2/3S + 1/3Se + 1/3ZnS + 1120 (2) Heating curves with the ratios ZnS ; H 23e03- 1: 1 and 2 3 display endothermic melting effects at 1200C for S and 220 0 for Se and strong exo- thermic effects at-4000C. Here, ZnSeO 3 is probably reduced by S or ZnS as follows: ZnScos + S; ZnSe03+Z'nS; ZnO + ZnS; znO + US + So; ZrISOOS + Sol; US +..Soo,; (3) ZnScO3 - ZnO + SeOz Card 2/6 5/078/62/007/003/005/019 Reactions accompanying the... B110/B138 As the SeO 2 content of the charge rises,-so also do the rercentage of Se sublimation, and the Zn content in the solid phase. ZnS : F 2SeO 3 = 1. 1 yields the maximum ZnSe content. Further increase in 11 2 SeD3 causes a decrease in ZnSe. ZnS : H SeO 2 (6Yle by weight of SeO \ yields ZnO 2 3 = 2) of Se). This can be attributed to the oxidizing effect of the SeO 2 at or above 600 C. If ZnSe mixed with "nSeO 3 or ZnSO 4 is ... hich is formed 0 roasted at 800 C, starting from 600 C it is almost quantitatively trans- formed to ZnO. The exothermic effect at 6000C is based on ZnSe oxidation, and the endothermic at -7000C on Se evaporation. 2 ZnSeO 3 + 3S roasted in N9 atmosphere for 30-min yielded 20.04/c ZnSe at 400 0C, 67.2 0C at 6000 C.and 69-10,4' at 8000C. The ZnS, also formed at 400 0C, results from the secondary reaction: ZnSe + S ZnS + Se; ZnSO 4 forms in a yield of 3CJc~ after 0 30 min roasting of ZnSeO 3 at 450 _ 500 C in SO 2 atmosphere according to the reaction 2"iInSeO 3 + 2S0 2 2ZnSO4 + Se + SeO 2' At 8000 C, it changes into Card 3/6 S /0 76 2/00'7/00 31/0!--) 5/019 Reactions acromi)anying the ... BI IOYBI )o ZnO via oxysulfate. Zinc sulfite reacts with ziac splenite according to ZnS + 2ZnSeO3 4 2ZnO + ZnSO4 + 2Se at 209% selenite content and ZnS + ZnSaO ZnSe + ZnO + 502 at 450OC- Since 2Z7nO + ZnS ---- ~ 3Zn + SO2is only 0, thermodynamically possible above 1500 ~, so 2and ZnSe formation (140 and 36 kcal, respectively) can only be achieved by adding Se. Most of the ZnO is therefore converted into ZnSe. In 2ZnSeO 3 + 2S + Se, ZnS binds the formed ZnO. Therefore, in the ratio ZnS : H SeO 11, only slight ZnO 2 3 ~/ impurities are formed, which do not influence the luminescence properties of commercial' sulfide selenide luminophores. Without Se, ZnO will form by sublimation with a slow temperature rise. Forced temperature rise and average charges are therefore best: bard 4/6 u S/076/62/007/003/005/019 Reactions accompanying the ... B110/B138 2ZIIS + 3112SC03-~ L'ZIIIS003 + 2.9 + So + M20: mt 0 4137,nSoO3 + 2S + So - 4~UnSo + 2503 + So., 2/:)ZnSu03+ 213S02 - 2/:)USO,,+ 1/39o + 113SoO2 2JUnSe + lj3Su03 - 2j3ZnO -P So 2/UnSo + 2rMiSO., -- 4/3ZnO + 213SOz + 2j3So cyl'I'Aulpflo llmeom: -Totq L 2ZnSeO3 + 2S + So ---, 2ZnO- + 2SO2 + Me IAjin julixT1.1 1:1, uolpiellnoft llo poaiajini ZDS + IIISC03 - 213ZnSeO3 + 213S + lf3So + IjUnS + 11.10 4/OZnScOs + 2j3S - 4/9ZnSo +2/3SO2 (4) 2/9ZTiS + 21OZnSeO3 ~ 2/9ZuSo + 2/9502 + 219*ZnO- 21OZnO + ij9ZnS + 31OSo 3~Unso + 119SO3 cy2ulapilo umeem: To L 2/3ZnScOa + 213S + 1/3So + 113ZnS - ZnSo + S02. Card 5/6 5/076/62/007/00 5/0,'_~5 It I Reactions accompanying the ... B110/B138 The side react-ions modifying these "ideal schemes" depend on experimental conditions. M. Z. Aleksandrova is thanked for assistance in the experiments. There are 3 figures, 7 tables, and 13 references: 9 Soviot and 4 non- Soviet. The reference to the English-language publication reads as follows: G. Crosby, U. S. Patent 2018391, December 31, 1957- ASSOCIATIOW: Gosudarstvenny institut prikladnoy khimii (State Institute of Applied Chemistry) SUBMITTED: November 11 1960 Card 6/6 SMIRNOVA, R.I.; MARKOVSKIY, L.Ya. Reactions taking place in the interaction of cadmium sulfide dry powders with selenious anhydride. Zhur.neorg.khim. 7 no.6:1366-1369 Je 162. (MIRA 15:00 (Cadmium sulfide) (Selenium oxide) -Al E0,7mz"'I ujw, ur. ACCESSICK NH: AF4036964 S/OOT8/Q/009/005/1329/.U33 AUMOR: Smirnova,p R. I.; Markovskiy, L. Ya. TITIZ: Reaction of divalent mercury sulfide with selenioun anhydride and selenious acid. SOURCE: Zhurnal neorganicheskoy khinii, v. 9, no- 5, 1964,, 1129-1133 TOKC TAGS: mercuric sulfide mercuric selenide., selenium dioxide, selenious acid, mercuric selenide syntheais, production ABSTRACT: The possibility-of producing H&Se by the reaction of HgS with selenium, dioxide or with selenious acid was investigated. The overall reaction HgS + SeO_ HgSe + S02 t 11.1 kcal starts at about 200C and is almost quantitative3,y completed in .3 to 5 seconds. It is suggested the reaction proceeds'! in two sta&es:- (1) 2HgS + .3SeOp - 2HgO+ 2SO2 + 3Se - 5.4 kcal (2) 2HGO -r HeS + 3Se - 3HgSe + S02 + 38.7 kca.1. The presence of 0.5-5% moisture in tne reaction mixture lowers the initial reaction temperature from 200 to 95-100C. Traces of HgO, HSS04 and Se (less than 0.1%) are also formed. This method is recommended.for the production of BgSee Card c)(* gold ~171-,dylj G PKH no. 5-1:(,17- 10 1 64. (Iff RA 18-- 5) 9V L 408M6 IJP(C)j JD/JG AMM A"JV65-17 SOURCE CODE: UR/0286/651000/019/0040/0640-1 MENTOR! !,mIrnova, R. Pesina, E. Ya. GHGs none TITLE: P- !paration of cathodophosphorescent materials. Class 22, No. 175162- [anno7;.,,ce Iby State Institute of Applied Chemistry sudarstvennyy. in'stitut prikladn y khimi~i)j SOURCE_ Byulletenl izobreteniy I tovarnykh ingkov, no. 19, 1965, 49 TOPIC TAGS: cathodophosphorescent material, lanthanum compound, iare earth elementi:~' -, phosphor ~ABSTRACT: An Author Certificate has been issiied for 6 preparative method for cath dophosphorescent materials based on lanthanum compounds activated with rare-earth elements. To improve the brightness of the phosphors and to shorten the aftergloW9 lanthandm b6rate is used as the phosphor base.-_ (BO]. M464/. ORIG ~ZFI ;000/ OTH REFt SUB CODE: GC SUBM DATE. 22 ooo/ ATD PRESS: Dc. 621.3iO32i15 .1 Cwj 1/1 546 i 654 ~ 213. be, ctjrsiaered)~ .1, 'o - Tji -3prin i -7 "RO-4 2_ ,-_:,. --, : 3S 2AS6-4: -WOO,;; L, 3266Z-65' IMESSTOR NR2 AP50055571' 090165/0381002tQ4 F"irc -r. hu- an r, nf,-,j-g, no l-, L KRA 18,11) 9 ns~'t7,3t pj-j~lodnoy x r, n or Fid E"(1 ;-U~:~ ill'-dr- gen. and -ec',uj4 ca! Tm-,stitllLions U-') Jul 55 USSHI Physic~ - PhysiceY chemistry Card 1/1 Pub. 22 28/1,7 Authors I Tunitskiy, K. N.; Smirnovap R. M.; and Tikhomirov, M. V. Title About "broken" peaks In the mass spectrum of hydrogen Periodical I Dok. AN SSSR 101/6, 1083 - 1084 Apr. 21t 1955 Abstract I A 600 mass spectrometer of low resolving power andmagnetic sweep.of the mass spectrum was employed-in determining the relation between the cross sections of H2~'ion,disbociation and the'energies of the ionizing electron benm. It is shown that the dissociation process results,in the formation, of~a blurred peak (band) in the mass spectrum of hydrogen, Iat an apparent..-.-:--: mass of 1/2. It was established that the (1/2) peak,,,corresponding'to dissociation protons, has a width approximately 5 times reater than the 9 basic peak. The xelatic'n between dissociation cross section and ion ene'r- a is explained. Five references-. 4 USSR and 1 German (1939-1954). Graph Institution The L. Ya. Karpov Se. Res. Phys. Chem. Inst. Presented by: Academician V. N. Kondratyev, November 12, 1954 SbaRNOVA. R. M. "The role of female labor in the econimics of the developing countries of Africa" rc-130rt '60 IUC- fOr the United Ntticzns Oxil-arence en the .2"Ic + llc--rl of Sciciice ToOinology for tile R .fi , of the Le s.9 S*A,:Ierland, h-N r.:ab 63. KORDYUM, '!.A.; SMIENCVA, H.M. (Smyniova, R.M.] Oligodynamic action of corrosive sublimate and its elimination during the sterilization of seed surfaces. Mikrobiol.zhur. 24 no.3:63-67 162. (MIRA 15:8) 1. Institut mikrobiologii AN UkrSSR. (SEEDS-DISINFECTICN) (MERCURY) KRYUKOV, Yu.B.; SMIRNOVA, R.M.; SFLEZNEV, V.A.5 KAMZOLKIN, V.V.; BASHKIROV, A.N. Intermediate stages in the liquid phase oxidation of secondary alcohols to ketones. Neftekhimiia 3 ro.2.-238-245 Mr-Ap 163. (MIRA 16:5) 1. Institut neftekhimicheskogo sinteza. AN SSSR imeni A.'t.Topchiyeva. (Alcohols) (Oxidation) (Ketones) K ! ~ '!~ ! '-, k ~ ~.r *Y L. . ,~, . -J~,*~ L', 11, 7 , ~ j- , - , ,Ar ~-F i I ~ ! , , T" . A . ; 1 i , , G. ; ~~ " - ~~ NO V -, '. -i.y. ; - 7 1 11 1 ~ , - , - . .. . I I . .. ., I L.) L 1 11. - I - .. . PlEc"'Ov" A. ~ . Study-ing ti~.e s-,n.T,!:esis cZ organic co,--.lpc,-Lr:ds from CC and i2 I ~-Q using tagged ethyl alcoho-1. %!eftekh;Lrcija 5 no.1:62-61i Ja-F 165. ( 141 P-P, 2 S - 5 ') 1. ins"itut P.~-fr,~-'Khinicheskogo -Inteza imeni Topchiyeve AN SSSR, M.-AVIYEV, A.1.1 MURAVIYEV, A.I., polkovnik, red.; WASNIKOVA, '.L!.F., teklm. red. [New flight into outer space]Nov-yi polet v kosmos.1 Moskva, Voenj.zdat, 1961, 215 p- (HTRA 15:8) (Space flight) SOKOLOV, V,D-~ 01MIRNC-VA, R.,P.~ MURASHOVA, L,A,, tekhn. red. [once more to the stars!) Snova k zvezdaml Moskva, Voenizdat, 1963. 127 p. (MIW. 16:5) (Astronauts) (space flight) YURZANOV, Vladimir Vesillyevich; SMIRNOTA, R.P.. red..; ANIKINA, R.F., [Steel soldiers,- sketches on soldiers of &he Chinese National Army of Liberation] Stal'nye soldaty; ocherk~ o voinakh Narodno-osvo- boditallnoi arinii Kitaia. Monkva, Voen.izd-vo H-vo obor.SSSR, 1959. 108 P. (Mim 12:12) (China--Army) KAKSYUK, S.A., polkovnik,- SMIN, P.I.. polkovnik; VOSTOEOV, Ye.I., polkovnik,; SM100VA, R.P.. red.: MSAVIIIA, A.M., [Universities of culture for Soviet troops; methodological and bibliographical materials] Universitety kulItur7 dlia sovetskikh voinov; metodicheskie i bibliograficheakie materialy. Hoak-ra, Voen.izd-vo M-va obor.SSM, 196o. 94 p. (miRA 13:4) 1. Russia (1923- U.S.S.R.) Glavnoye politicheskoye upravleniye Sovetskoy Armii i Voyanno-Morskogo Flota. Upravleniye propagandy i algitatsii. (Russia-Army-Fiducation. Nonmilitary) PETROV, Mikhail Aleksandrovich, polkovnik;.SKRWYA, . -_-At P. , red.; SOKOLOVA, G.F., tekhn. red. (Bases of aggression] Bazy agressii. Moskva, Voenizdat, 1963. 117 p. (MIRA 16:5) (North Atlantic Treaty Organization--Armed forces) (United States--Armed fore-3s-Foreign countries) BO.'ilSOV, baris Afanaslyevich; SWKOLOV, V.D., podpolkovnik, red.; R.P., ~*d. [Letters to a sergeant]Pislma serzhantu, Mosh-,a, V,-leaizdat, 1965. 86 p. (MIRA 18:12) SMIRNOVA, Rufina sergeyvna; GUSAROVA, 011ga Ignatlyevna; SUKHMLEV, --M T-~ Ran . ek~. nauk., red.; SHILLING, V.A., red..Izd-va; GVIRTS, V.L., tekhn. red. [Design and construetlon of light children's clothing graded by age and size; report transcript] Konstruirovanie onovnogo det-- skogo leglcogo platlia po vozrastrgm gruppam i rostam; ster-ogram- ma doklada. Leningrad, Leningr. Dbm nau.,hno-tekbn. propaga:.-.%~y, 1961. 40 p. (MIRP. 14-12) (Childre-.0- clothing) SIIL-UIQVI,- Ajifina Sergsyevn&;- GUSAROVA, 011 ga Ignat Iyevna; SUKHAM, M.I.., kand. tekhn. nauk, red.; FREGER, D.P., red.izd-va; BELOGUOVA, I.A... takhn. red. (Pattern design for three (small medium and large) sizes of women's dressmaker-type clothingiKonstruirovanie legkogo zhen- skogo platiia na tri polnoty. Leningrad, 1962. 43 P. (MLU 15:9) (Dressmaking-Pattern design) LILICH L.S.; SMIRNOVA R S - OKATUIA, A.I. .9 .0 . qY Water vapor pressure in the system Mb(ClO4)2 - HC104 - H20- Zhur. neorg.khim. 7 no-2:377-378 F 162. U-MU 15:3) (Perchlorates) (Systems (Chemistry)) (Vapor pressure) smm~6u, R.s.- stinsov, A.A. Soil Conservation, Runoff Technical meas'-res to control the washing of scil. Dokl- Ak. Sellkhoz. no. 4 (1.*52) VsesoyuznWy N-I. Institut Udobruniy, Agroteknki I agropochvovedeniya rcd. 9 Nov. 1951 SO: Month List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, August 1959, lincl. SK[RNOVA,I R. S. SMIRNOVA. R. P. SMIRNOVA, R. S.: "Experimental investigation of the hygienic principles of the maximum permissible concentration of simple cyanides in reservoirs." First Moscow Order of Lenin Medical Inst imeni I. M. Sechenov. Moscow, 1956. (DISSERTATION FOR THE DEGREE OF CANDIDATE IN MEDICAL SCIENCE). Knizhfibya letopis, No. 35, 1956. Moscow. USSR/Cultivated Pialts - Podders. m i1b s Joar Ref Z~~ur Biol., No 18, 1958; 82402 148, oats - 86 kilo C~raras/-,,Ia ) was obtained LL tIi:-- plant- ii-:bs of 70 x 70 ce;itimeters. With t:ie additional SoWijr- o.--- the 10t,11 of Auie, Vie yield was 110 and with tLe sow- i;-,g 0:-.. tLe 1st of July -- 81 cc--t,,iers/ha. Tine ~I,,-,niber of i-tercrops was red.-iced fron 3 to 1. Labor expe--dit -re per prod,!ctio-,-~ u-it was =-sideraably decreased. -- Ye. F. Tropova Card 2/2 - 65 - UFSR Cultivated Plants. Fodder Grasses and Root Crops. M-3 .bs Jour Ref Zhur - Biologiya, No 2, 1959, No. 6296 Science Institute In the southern part of Moskovskaya Oblast'. Turnips and leguminous cereal mixtures sown over stubble produced a yield of 161 and 382 cwt/ha, respectively, on a sector, where a vetch-oat mixture, which had been sown ea..-ly, was used for green fodder. White mustard and buckwheat harvested after rye in order to produce green fodder produned a yield of green mass cf 200.8 and 340 .4 cwt/ha and 5.1 and 17.0 cwt/ha of grain. The yield of mustard -ind of leguminous-cereal mIxtures was respective"y 176.2 and 42.2 cwt/ha, when they were sown after harvesting winter rye for grain. -- B. T. Konik Card 2/2 SHMOVA. R.S.. kand. sel'skokhozyaystvennykh nauk. Corn-legume mixtures in Moscow Province. Zhivotnovodstvo 20 no.4: 39-41 AP '56. (Moscow Province--Forage plants) (KM 1r*) Oorn (Maize)) (Iegumes) ACC NR: AP1006165 CA) SOUIRCE, CODI"': AU'V11OR: Novikov, L. V.; Smirnova, R. S. ORG: none TITLIL: Germv-inium thin-film strain gages SOUIRCE: Izmerit -!'.iaya tekhnika, no. 1, 1967, 33-35 1 TOPIC TACS* strain gage, germanium semiconducLorg ABSTRACT: The technology of manufacture of thin-film strain gauges by evaporation and condensation in a vacuum is discussed in general terms, with special emnphssis on strai-n gauges made of n-type germanium with a specific resistance of 0.02 oh-m-m. The 1he rorynnniiim is usually evaporated in a vacuum of the order of 133, 322-10L, n/M2 clioice of the base significantly influences the characteristics of the strain gauges thus obtained. In many cases the orientation of crystals in the deposited germaniuM depends on the type of base used. 'Either aluminum foil with a deep surface oxidation or mica plaLes may be used as a base. The temperature of the base on which the germanium is deposited plays*an important role in the formation of conducting layers. It was shown that a temperature of the base of the order of 320% may be considered thc! threshold temperature at which complete formation of the conducting films takes place. Thin films whose bases were kept at temperatures of 450-550*C dtlring for-la- tion, were found to possess the least resistance. in order to obtain high-sensitivityi strain gauges, however, the bases must be heated to temperatures of 700-800*C. Thie Card 1/2 UDC: 681.2:531.781 1.3 ACC NR. AP7006165 manufactuze of so-called non-adhesixe strain gauges is also discussed brief_y. ~:Ie relationship between resistance and the coefficient of strain sensitivity or, one It-, an d and temperature on the other hand was found to be one of the most important character- istics of germanium strain gauges. Orig. art. has: 2 figures. rLJR3 i SUB CODE: 14, 20/ SUBM DATE; 29Jan66/ OTH REF: 001/ Card 2/2 sm I ITNOVAI- R. the g x - m - - P- o f - n r e cf 'Llh 9 I r, I h,- , -i ta .1 th aaas. Trn~dy GOIN o ml, TATSIMIRSKIY, K.B.; BUDARIN, L.L; HLAGOVESHCHENSKAYA, N.A.; .9HjBa2YA,.R.V., FEDOROVA, A,P,; YATSIMIRSKIY, V,K. -Determination of microquantities of iodide by its catalytic action on thiocyanate oxidation reactions. Zhur. anal, khim. 18 no.13103-108 Ja 163. (MIRA 16-W 1. Ivanovo Chemico-Technological Institute. (Iodides) (Thiocyanates) (Oxidation) TSIKUNOV, V.A.; SMIRNOVA, R.V. Precalculation of temperature and the the cooling period of the sea. Trudy (Ocean temperature) depth of mixing during GOIN no,74:87-101 163- (MMA 16:7) CHIGARKIN, A.V.; TRIFONOVA, T.M.; KAZAIISKAYAy Ye.A.; VILESOVA, L.A., MUKHAMETZYWOV, S., kand. geologo- riner. nauk; GIADYSHEVA, Ye.11., kand. geogr. nauk; BAZARBAYEV, K.; KUZNETSOVA, Z.V.; ABDRAKhYJXOV, S.; I;AZAREIIKO) I.M., kand. geogr. nauk; YESAULENKO, P.I., kand. sellkhoz. nauk; LAVROVA, I.V., kand. ekonom. neuk; PALIGOVi N.N.) akademik, red.; CIr-1-ZGANOV, L., red.; NAMM,_P., tekbn. red. [The Virgin Territory; brief studies on nature, popp2ation and econorW]TSelinrrji krai; kratkie ocherki o prirode, na- selenii i khoziaistve. Alma-Ata, Kazakhskoe gos. izd-vol 1~62. 188 p. (MIRA 15:01) 1. Otdel geografii Ak-ademii nauk Kazakhskoy SSR (for all except Chezganov Nagibin). 2. Akademiva nauk Kazakhskoy SSR (for Pallgavi. (Virgin Territory-Economic geography) Ll C;y 62 17: 10) SMIRNOVA,S.A. Taking protective measures against rodents of the mouse family in an arboretum. no.21:78-79 '55. (MIRA 8:12) 1. Glavnyy botanicheskiy sad Akademii nauk SSSR. (Rodent control) 41/0" ova 0 'Oill em ? .4a Vto t eV 0 014 COOP etle e1 ?er 0f or rOG T ~r ies 'Do 'Xj 0.4 1 oue %0 tYV%jt'j %Ixe 9roper" SSS~L - ' . .cea ,red, 'ace O'l. roll, -ag 1 00 0eaS jica. V'wxy- 'rJeCt 9,elxe rl .eD% TVLel 'aigfl e~ . tye rro f dI .1 f e ed oftu 0 13'DIC s e c rox).0 Vs5)27 .~.,able '100 0 f T -01 91 .012~ .lie t;,, o Vi 0 )?er Is 0 V& reaO.Y. jerroc _CS2~ t-ja t'r~e t'll -C . ?. -i Ot efL %Ile j 01 di-rec _r,~k red'O)t rom 'e-lz-, secof~a ~-717 9 ,,a Vi 0 Und jr yj~ onI3 0~ atom at t. ---."-Clensity increases group _-ate that the methylene effec ~Y of the electron-donor effect of the Positively charge cara, 114 --reired even across bridges of 3 atoms. The inN __-Alpo how some substituents in the methyl group of moth, tho redox potentials (Table 2): in this case, too, the of electron-acceptor sub8tituents was transferred via the methylenk Kroup to a notably greater extent than that of electron-donor substituents. There are 4 figures and 2 tables. The most important English-language references are: R.' W. Taft Jr., J. Am. Chem. Soc., 759 Card 2/4 SOKOLOVSKAYA, Ya.I.; KOZLOVA, A.A.; *; KRYLOVA, O.M.; GU.ZKOVA,, T.S.; ALEKSANDROVA, V.R.; KAPETANAKI, K.G. Viacheslav Viktorovich Kosmachevskii; an his 75th birthday. Zhur. mikrobiol., epid.i immun. 33 no.4:154-155 Ap 162. (MIRA 15:10) (KOSMACHEVSKII, VIACHESLAV VIKTOROVICH, 1887-), PEREVAIM, F.G~; BIJBIN, S,P.; SIAIRNOVA S.A.;_ NFSMEYANOV, A.N., akademik --L-Z-7, - ., Redox potentials of heteroannual disubstituted ferrocenes. Dokl- AN SSSR 155 no. 4:857-860 Ap 164. (MIRA 17:5) I -L. Moskovskiy goosudarstvennyy universitet im. Lomonosova In5t,ituf elementoorganicheskikh soyedineniy AN SSSR. 14 ; a r . -.;' L Z7592-66 ACC NR, APW18404 SOURCE CODE: uR/=7/6~ /006/.0 AUtFOR t Bronskaya, Le Me; S!jMa'nV ElIpLner, I* Yee ORG: Institute of Biological Rpics, AN SSSR, Moscow (Institut hiologichoskor-, fitiki AN SSSR) TITIZ; -Polarography of histidine exposed to ultrasonic waves SOURCEs '-ftofisiks, ve'10, nos 6t 1965, 974-978 TOPIC TAGS: polarography, histidine, ultrasonic irradiation, catalysis, cobalt,,, ammonia, ammonium ABSTRACT: The authors found that among tho amino acids lacking in sulfur (Iysii-&, serina., prolino4 v-,tlino, AlOia-al.anino) loncine, tyrooine, tryptophan* and alpha-phenjrl-beta--alanine).that thcy investigated, only histidine was able to produce polarographic waves provided that the background used contained :cobalt or nickel ions. Double polaregraphic waves with a half-wave potential of 1.56 and 1.82 v appeared in the prest-ace of histidine in an ammonia-cobalt 'background. When the histidine concentration was increased., the waves became higher while the height of the polarographlo wavo-caused by th? reduction or ,cobalt ions on a mercury cathode decreased. The double polarographic histidine waves were found -when the pH of the background used was alkaline) i. e., in the ,presence of.Nponia and amonium chloride vith cobalt or nickel ions (pH 9-8) Cad L 27592-66 ACC NR: AMK~ id the oolut io n- CA alyiic waves also appe aired in -a neutral or sl ightly alka-7 line medium. But only single catalytic polarographic waves &rose in a neutral or acid medita. d4ilo' '5 *4/~l)_ waa expoied,_ t __ tr A histidine so n _(i 0 a asonic waves with a Fred; :quency of 800- kc, intensity of 10 w/cm-,, duration hours. An ammonia- solution was the background. Under these conditioRs data.I~rtic waves Ald not appear. The height of the polarographic wave resulting 'from th e re- 'duction of cobalt ions on the mercury cathode rose considerably in the presence of the sonicated histidine. A similar phenomenon was observed when histidine ;Wae eonicated in the presence of 02 or H2. Howevert in these cases the cata- .;Iytic waves did not completely disappear. S6nicated in the pi-63ancs Of 02"or iH2# histidine produced a single wave that corresponded in half-wave potential !-to the first catalytic wave found during polarographic analysis of non-aonieated't histidine. This wave was higher than that of the first ogta.13Ltic wave of the sonicated, amino adida /"ok g*_*_'iA_6* _h_a's:'___2_f_i So LJ-PRI7 - ------ gure SUB com o6, 07j 20 SUBM DAM 0%9&r65 MG REF: 007 OTH REF.;. .003 L-Card 9/2 RODZAYEVSKIY, V.V.; SIMIRNOVA, S.A.; PINEGINA, N.D. Fluorine in the production of,sulfuric acid from metallurgical gases. TSvet. met. 38 no.5:44-45 My 165. (MIRA 18-6) 1: rio s YA P.0 n Ku-, Easin m:in-s. J F, 0 1 IC E, r uznyy L 472'15-65 pr-4 1jp(c) -Olyr~ ACCESSION NR: APS006919 S/0065/65/000/002/0003/0006 AUTHOR: MasAg3a~R D. F. ~~Linj,h G v~ A. A., T. S-; Pau G. M.- A_n!RLn_"M,,._L; Dqrc_yy,jnRo,-P. I.; Smirmovd, S. G. ;TITLE: Water purification of diesel fuel with a lowered expenditure of hydrogen 'Using an Industrial unit SOURCE: Khimiya I tekhnologiya topliv I masel, no. 2, 1965,.3-6 :TOPIC TAGS: water purification, diesel fuel, hydrogen I JABSTRACT: Prolonged operation of the UNPZ 24-5 "Order of Lenin" water purifica-/ ition unit which removes water from petroleum verified the re commendat ions of the .Bashkir Scientifi Rer;eArqh_jjjpt~i1;ute o~K the Chemical In,~ustr -Union Z and theAll Scientific Rcsi;~r h Institute of the Chemical Industry on the possibility of re- dueing hydrogen consumption. The average annual hydrogen consumption for 1963 in removing wa Iter from -directly distilled and redistilled diesel -fuel at a reactor !pressure of 3800C and a pressqv of 28-36 at amounted to 0,46, or less than planned ~by a factor of 1.5. Lowering the pressure in the reactors from 34-36 to 28-30 at Card 1/2 L -17~25-,;5 ACCESSION NR: AF5006819 made it possible to reduce hydrogen consumption by 1.3 times without degrading the quality of the work. The regeneration period for operation of the catalyst was 8 months. The activity of the first reactor catalyst decreases more quickly than the .catalyst from subsequent reactors. A depth of purification of raw materials of sulfur compounds below 50% occurs in the first reactor after pr9cessing 1200 tons o :raw material per cubic meter of catalyst and in the second reactor upon the purifi- ,cation of 2300 tons of raw material per cubic meter of catalyst. Orig. art. hast t2 figures, I table. !ASSOCIATION;i BashNII, Ordena Lenina UHFZ !SUBMITTED: 00 ENCL: 010 SUB Corel OC, OC iNO REF SOV: 005 QTHF~Ri 000 r ~2/2 bERG, G.A.; URFOLOM),"Y~,v) A.A.; KIRILLOV, T.". U PA" mnuul, G. Hydrof-ining of diesel fuel Of '!Ydrc~gcm On an industrial plant. ICII-im. t,--kh. to-,- F 165. Masel 10 nc.2:3-6 (MI-IRA 18:8); raucl.,no-, Ba.3 h 1, rz-,e ~-otle riefti i crden~ Inin, Tjf,,mSk.'iy ~ ll~ '. 1 -1 - -,-. ~ "r- .TITI - - , F 11