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S09.7,11KOV, S.G., kapitan med.ltsinvhoy oluzhby. Anaphylact-ic shock following intradermal tests for sensitivity to ar.-Liblotics. Voan.-m-ed. zhur. no. 1:73-74 Ja 166 (IMURA. 19:2) A TV Set for Long-Distance Reception 107-12-28/46 Three tv antennas are used for long-distance reception. Double-tier three- element array is tuned to the frequencies of the second tv channel. A four-element director-type array is tuned to the frequbneiei of the first tv channel. The so-called "skeleton-slot type" antenna is.- tuned to 42 me. On 2, 13, 29 Sept, and 10 Oct, 1956, a number of foreign tv programs were received in Moscow with the above described equipment. A new antenna was built, a two-~tler copbased array. It had a negligible back lobe and no sensitivity toward the zenith which i proved the reception conditionB. During the summer of 1956 many long-distance tv signals were received due to reflections from the ionized traces of meteors. The signals lasted from 1 see to 1 hour in duration. There are 5 figs in the article. AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 2/2 4~ 107-57-5-26/*3 AUTHOR: Ovcharenko, E. TITLE: Long-Distance VHF Propagation (Dallneye rasprostraneniye UU) RERIODICAL: Radio, 1957, Nr 5, pp 22-23 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Recently a conference on long-distance vhf propagation was held in Moscow; it was organized by these three organizations: Nauchno-tokhnicheskoye obshchestvo radiotekhniki i elektroavyazi imeni A.S. Popova (Scientific and Engineering Society of Radio-Engineering and Electrooommunication), Vsesoyuznyy nauchnyy sovet po radiofizike i radiotekh.,aike AN SSSR (All-Union Scientific Council for Radiophysics and Radio Engineering, AS USSR), Institut rdaiotekhniki i elektroniki AN SSSR (Institute of Radio Engineering and ElectronicsAS USSR). Over 250 persons took part in the activities of the Conference; among them scientists and professors from Leningrad, Khar1kov, Gor'kiy, Odessa, Tomsk, and other cities. Fifteen reports were delivered and discussed, of which 6 were devoted to vhf troP043ric scatter propagation. Professor A.G. Arenberg, Doctor of Technical Sciences, opened the Conference. A brief outline of today's investigations and uses of tropospheric propagation is presented in the article. Professor A.N. Kazantsev delivered a report on the "Diffused Propagation of Meter Radio Waves in the Ionosphere" in which he briefly reviewed the materials of the Eighth Plenary Conference of the Inter- national Consultative Committee for Radio (Warsaw, September 1956). American and Canadian commercial scatter-propagation communication lines were mentioned. Card 1/3 107-57-5-26/63 mg-Distance VHF Propagation Frequency-Separated Receptionu by S. F. Mirk0tan; "On the Methods of Calcula- tion of Radio-Wave Diffusion on Random Inhomogeneities" by V.A. Zverev:' The Conference found necessary to organize broad theoretical and experimental investigations of vh-L scatter propagation in 1957-1960. Steps toward this end vare listed in the article. There are two Soviet references. AILABLE: Library of Congress 3/3 SOTNIKOL~~ , inzh. Television channel switch and converter. Radio no.11: 28-29 N 165. (MIRA 18-12) 5 k o o , AUTHORt Sotnikovo S. lo7-8-4o/62 TITLE: Antennas for "Super-Long" Distance TV-reception (Antenny dlya "everkhdallnego" priyema tolovideniya). PERIODICAL: Radio, 1957, # 80 pp 34-37 (USSR) ABSTRACT: In case of long distance TV-rec*ption (1,500-2,500 km), rotating sharp-pointed directional antennas were mostly used till now. The construction of such antennas being too difficult for radio amateurs, the author o? this article suggests the construction of new frame antennae suitable for local as well as for long and super-long distance reception. Figure I shows how a half-wave Pistollkors loop vibrator is transformed into a frame antenna. Figure 2 shows a two-element antenna, where the vibrator and the reflector have the same dimensions. Figure 3 shown a three-element antenna (vibrator, reflector and director), the three frames of which have the same dimene- ions. The tuning of this antenna in effected in adjusting the induction coil and the variable capacitor (see Table 2). Card 1/3 TITLE: Antennas for "Super-Long" Distance TV-reception (Antenny dlya 11sverkhdallnego" priyema tolevideniya). 107-8-40/62 A three-element antenn 'a can be designed in such a manner that no alignment will be necessary. In this case, the dimensions of the reflector and the director are to be different (figure 4 The dimensions of these frame antennas operating in one of the TV-channels are indicated in Table 1. A multi-element antenna is more suitable for super-long dis- tance TV-reception. Figure 5 shows a three-element frame an- tenna, the vibrator, reflector and director of which have dif- ferent dimensions and which is designed for three sections of the frequency band of 41-66 me; Is 41-4e-5'mc 11: 48.5-56.5 me 111: 58-66 me For this purposet induction coils are inserted. Their commu- tation, i.e. their passage from one frequency range to another, is effected by means of a small telephone relay "HP14-l". The Card 2/3 constructional dimensions of this antenna are given in figure 6. k t> L) AUTHOR; Sotnikov, S. (Moscow). 107-8-41/62 TITLE: Long Distance Reception of TV-Broadcasting (Daltniy priyem % televizionnykh peredach). PERIODICAL: Radio# 1957, # Sp PP 37-40 (USSR) ABSTRACT: This article gives a review of numerous experiments in long distance TV-reception by the author and several other radio amateurs. They utilized stacked frame-antennas of two to five elements. The three-element antenna of this kind has been described in subject periodical PP 34-37. Current types of half-wave dipoles adjusted to channel I were also utilized. These were pointed in occidental direction, situated at the edge of the roof serving as a reflector. Many of receptions were carried out with accessory TV- amplifier units. At the end of winter and in spring 1957, the amateur radio stations were audible at a distance of 3,000 tor4,000 km in the range of 38-40 megacycles. The reception of radio and Card 1/3 TV-stations was diurnal in November, December and January. 6(6) PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/2913 Sotnikov, Sergey Kuz' mich Sverkhdallniy priyem televideniya (Long-Distance Television Reception) Moscow, Gosenergoizdat, 1958. 62 p. (Series: Massovaya radiobiblioteka, vYP. 312) 50,000 copies printed. Editorial Board: A. I. Berg, V. A. Burlyand, V. I. Vaneyev, Ye. N. Genishta, I. S. Dzhigit, A. M. Kanayeva, E. T. Krenkell, A. A. Kulikovskiy, A. D. Smirnov, F. I. Tarasov, P. 0. Chech1k, and V. I. �hamshur.; Ed.: Ye. P. Oveharenko; Tech. Ed.: N. I, Borunov. PURPOSE: This booklet is intended for the general reader. COVERAGE: The author discusses long-distance television reception. He describes an amateur television receiver and discusses the operation of television antennas. He also presents instructions on long-distance television reception useful to television amateurs. No personalities are mentloned. There are no refer- ences. Card 1/4 Long-Distance (Cont.) S07/2913 Antennas designed for operation on three channels In a. frequency range between 41 and 67 megacycles 35 Ch. 5. Long-distance Television Reception In Moscow 40 Conclusion 59 Appendixes: 1. Basic Television Transmission Characteristics According to Various Standards 61 2. Television Transmission Spectrum Frequency Characteristics 62 3. European Television Centers Operating In the Range of 41-83 Megacycles 62 Card 3/4 6(6) SOV/107-59-2-31/55 AUTHOR: Sotnikov, S. TITLE: A Television Receiver of the Type "KVN-49" for Long-Distance Reception (Televizor "KVN-4911 dlya sverkhdallnego priyema) PERIODICAL: Radio, 1959, Nr 2, PP 36-39 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The author describes the modernization of the out.- dated television receiver IIKVN-4911, to achieve long- distance reception, i.e. over 1,000 km. In the re- modeled receiver an additional PTK unit has been set up, which enables reception on all 12 channels. In the receiver itself the remodeling affects only 1 channel; 2 channels of the receiver are working as before and reception of local transmitters is not disturbed. On the.remaining (4-12) channels the re- ception of local and distant transmitters may be accomplished only via the PTK unit. The essence of the remodeling zonsists in converting (ty.the addi- Card 112 tional PTK unit) the high-frequency amplifier of the 9(1) SOV/107-59-4-25/45 AUTHOR: Sotnikov, S., Moscow TITLE: Lo-op-A-n~tennas for Long-Distance TV Reception (Ramoch- nyye antenny dlya dallnego priyema televideniya) PERIODICAL: Radio, 1959, Nr 41 pp 31 - 32 (USSR) ABSTRACT: For receiving TV stations located at distances of 150-200 km from the TV set, the author suggests building a square loop antenna as shown in Figure 1. It provides a maximum amplification of frequencies close to the value of the carrier frequency. Further, the author suggests a TV antenna consisting of four square loops, which provides still better TV recept- ion. Radio amateurs in Tambov used such antennas for receiving the Ryazan' TV station. There are 4 diagrams and 1 table. Card 1/1 9( AUTHOR: TITLE: PERIODICAL: ABSTRACT: SOV/107-59-10-35/51 Sotnikov, S A Transistorized Modulator Radio, 1959, Nr 10, pp 48 49 (USSR) The author describes a modulator for a portable trans- mitter. The circuit diagram is shown in Figure 1. It is a two-stage three-transistor 1-f amplifier with a class B, push-pull output stage, composed of P4 transistors. A 12 volt power source is required. There are 1 circuit diagram and 3 diagrams. Card 1/1 TSITOVICII, A.P.; SOTNIKOV, S.K. [Matrix tine-delay analyzer with com= tators on memory capacitances for a mechanical neutron selector] Matrich- nyi vremennoi analizator s kommutatorami na emkostiakh paraiati dlia mekhanicheskogo neitronnogo selektora. Mo- skva, In-t atomnoi energii, 1960. 18 p. (MIRA -17:1) SOTIIIKOV,- Sqrgoy_Kuz'.mich;,.KANAYZVA, A.M., red.; VORONDI, K.P., [Long-range television reception] Sverkhdallnii priem tele- videniia. Izd.2., perer. i dop. Koskvs, Gos.energ.izd-vo, 1960. 94 p. (Massovaia radiobiblioteke, no.372). (MIRA 13:11) (Television--Receivers and reception) SOTHIKOV, S. Loop antennas for long-distance reception. Radio no.2:39-41 F 160. (MIRA 111:5) (Television--Antennas) SOTITIKOV, S. Fight against television interference. Radio no.4:41-44 Ap 160. (KIRA 13:8) (Television-Interference) snTmTKO I ch. LOPATIN, K.G., red.; YEMZHIN, V.V.p tekhn. red. [Conversion of television receivers) Peredelka televizorov. Moskva, Gosenergoizdat, 1962. 46 p. (Massovaia radio- biblioteka, no.446) (MIRA 16:5) (Television--Receivers and reception) S/120/62/000/001/017/o6i El 4o/E463 AUTHORS: Tsitovich, A.P., Sotnikov,_ S.K. TITLE. Matx-�x time analysev using capac�t! memovy switching PERIODICAL: Pribory i tekhnika eksperimenta, no.1, 1962, 78-85 TEXT: In matrix spectrum analysers the storage cbordinates are selected by switches which arf- generally controlled by bistable circuits (fl;Lp flops). To obtain high speed (high channel resolution, low minimum channel width) it becomes necessary to utilize complicated flip flop circuits-with large numbers of tubes and hence low reliability. The authors propose to use a capacitive memory shift register in which a charge is shifted-from condenser to condenser through a circuit consisting of two diodes and a triode amplifier, controlled by a two-phase pulse sequence. The charge is shifted at each cycle from an odd to an even numbered condenser or vice versa. Without difficulty the authors bring the minimum channel width to 2 -As, with special care to 0.6 iis. A block diagram of the analyser and detailed circuits of the capacitive memory shift register, input circuits, switching circuits and storage matrices are presented'and discussed. Card 1/2 S/120/62/000/301/017/o6i Matrix time analyser ... E14-0/E463 The analyser is designed to operate with magnetic heads for detecting neutrons in a mechanical neutron selector. Two models have been built and put into operation. In one there are four matrices, two for measuring the "effect" (128 channels) and two for moasuring 11background" (32 channels). The second model has two matrices of 128 channels each. The output is to a -mechanical recorder type ~~U -1 (1`1) (SB-1 (M) which appears to be the main source of unreliability in the system. It is planned to replace the mechanical counter with decade counting circuits. Vacuum tube and diode and crystal diode circuits are used throughout. There are 10 figures. ASSOCIATION: Institut atomnoy energii AN SSSR (Institute of Atomic Energy AS USSRY SUBMITTED: June 30, 1961 Card 2/2 Television antennas for long-distance reception. Radio no.3:/+O- 43 Mr 163. (MMk-.16:2) (Television--Antennas) SOTNIKOV, S., inzh. Television loop antennas. Radio no.807-38 Ag 163. (YIRA 16:9) (Television-Antennas) L 13376-63 IACCESSION NR: AP3002720 63/000/00 S OW 581006 3/00. Adamchuk, Yu.~V.;:Sotnikov,'Si.K,,1 AUTHOR: Moskalevj S. S.1 ---------------- iTITLE: Multiwire neutron,datect( th,an dverloadproof preamplifier SOURCE i Pribory* i tekhnika,eksperimenta, no.-3,,1963,, 58-60 A ITOPIC TAGS: neutron detector,'o oof preamplifieri, neutron study; yerloadpr 10 JABSTRACT: A multiwire,B F.-filled new,neutron-detectoris described which is,.-.,.-,., intended for studying I total: n4utron'cross-sections - on a neutron spectrometer,,_ the- ineutrons are supplied IAR linear electron accelerator (R.- M.,Voronkov,: K. :1. Pevzner, N. N. Flerov, A.'V Areflyev, et al.,.-Atomnaya energlya, 1962, 1~1 327) IThe detector includes 230 proportional ouhter6.that have only a 0.25 microsec". a, delay. A simple-circuit overloadproof preamplifiers (overload' capacity about 1,Ob0)/[','z.' leliminates overloading.the electronic devices due-to high-power gamma-ray pulses that are s et up by the accelerator electron pulses. The preamplifier permitted. 1cutting the channel dead time (after a gamma pulse) dawn to 5-10 microsec,~ :1. e.,._.~ ~permitted studying the total neutron cross-sections from 100:kev on. t'In conclusion'; 1/2 ACCESSION NR: AP4009106 S/0056/63/045/006/1858/1864 AUTHORS: Danelyan, L. S.; Yefimov,._,_B.._V-q__Sotnikov, S. K; Kakhra- manov-Dzhazairov, V. TITLE: Intensities of the Gamma transitions to the round rota- 156' in neutron resonances of the reaction GAS (no -y) Gd SOURCE: Zhurnal eksper. i teoret. fikiki, v. 45, no. 6, 1963, 1858-1864 TOPIC TAGS: gadolinium 155, gadolinium 156, gamma transition, ground rotation band, neutron resonance, neutron capture by gado- linium, resonance intensity distribution, Porter Thomas distribution ABSTRACT: The purpose of the work was to find the vari:t;lgg of the partial radiation width for the 8.44-NeV transition iw follow- ing neutron capture at different neutron resonances. This transi- tion was chosen because it can be readily separated.fron other tran- Card 1/3 -2 ACCESSION NA: AP4009106 sitions. A crystal scintillation spectrometer was used to measure the relative intensities of,the y transitions to M ground rota- tional band for 20 resonances in the Gdl55(n,,yjGd 6 reaction. At the measurement accuracy attained in these experiments, the reso- nance intensity distribution is compatible with a Porter-Thomas dis- tribution with one channel. The possibility remains, however, that there are two groups of such distributions with different mean in- tensities. The apparatus was based on coincidence circuitry and in addition to separating the 8.44-MeV yl sit can also measure the -rray background at other energies. It is reported that the apparatus is being improved and the measurement of the relative intensities of the 8.44 MeV transition will be continued. "The idea of this measurement was suggested to us by L. V. Groshev and A. M. Demidov to whom we are grateful. We also thank M. I. Pevzner for a truth- ful discussion of the results and V. A. Kochetkov and A. Ya. Lunin for much work performed." -Orig. art. has: 4 figures, 2 formulas, and 1 table. Card 2/~ ACCESSION NR: AR4014746 S/0058/63/000/012/AO20AO20 SOURCE: RZh. Fizika, Abs. 12A202 AUTHOk: Tsitovich, A. P.; Bochkov, G. T.; Istomin, D. A.; Sotnikov, S. K. TITLE: 2048-channel time analyzer CITED SOURCE: Tr. 5-y Nauchno-tekhn. 1~onferentsii po yadern. radio- elektronike. T. 2, Ch. 2. M., Gosatomizdat, 1963, 72-95 TOPIC TAGS: analyzer, time.analyzer, 2048 channel analyzer, drum memory analyzer, multichannel time analyzer, nuclear insLrumentation TRANSLATION: A 2048-channel time analyzer with magnetic drum memory is described. The magnetic drum is superior: to other memory devices in that it uses fewer control elements. However, the magnetic drum' is a relatively "slow" memory unit. In this conneiction, the mag- Card 1/2 ACCESSION NR: AR4014746 netic drum is used only to store the totai in1formation coming from the input unit of the intermediate memory;.? To this end, an elec- trostatic st-orage-tube memory is used, which has a much larger capacity compared -with o:.her isystems. The aLhalyzer employs a new method of matching the inter~'ediate and m~in'memory units. The ad vantages and shoricomings ot such an analyzer' are analyzed in detail. The question of -further increase- in the numbiir of channels in a time analyzer of'this type is discussed. L. S. DATE ACQ: 24Jan64 SUB CODE: PH,' SD. ENCL: 00 fard 2/2 SOTNIKOV, SergeyjW_ !~,h; hIJZIMINOV, A.I.~ red. [Long-distance television reception] Dallnii. priem te- levideniia. Moskva, Energiia, 1964. 70 p. (Massovaia radiobiblioteka$ no.558) (MIfU 18:7) _L' 3 Z 0- =6 6- T T.i P(e) ACC NR: AR6o16155 SOURCE CODE: Woo _-8/6 -,/ooo/oLVi.)r"_9/ iio'29 AUTHOR: Sotnikorv,, S.., K. ; Yefimovy B. V. ; Tsitovich, A. P. TITLE: Method of stabilization of the amplification channel of a scintillation c6uft6r SOURCE: Ref. zh. Fizika, Abs. lIA287 REF SOURCE: Tr. 6-y Nauchno-tekhn. konferentsii po yadern. radioelektron. T. lo M.) Atomizdat, TOPIC TAGS: scintillation counter, amplifying equipment, stabilization ABSTRACT: A procedure is described for stabilizing the amplification channel of a scintillation counter with the aid of a reference light pulse. The light-pulse source is a cold-cathode tbyratron (TKh4B), in which the light output is proportional to the current through the thyratron. The stabilization is by comparing the cur-rent pulse from the output of a photomultiplier with the current pulse through the thyra- tron, with subsequent regulation of the gain of the amplifier by means of the dif- ference error signal. A slightly modified standard amplifier (VIII-10) and an FEU-49 photomultiplier are used. Introduction of stabilization has improved the time stability of the system by -10 times (from 3-5% to 0.3-0.4%,, as checked relative to the position of the Cs'37 line). The complete schematic diagrams of the apparatus are given. V. Kharitonov. (Translation of abstract) SUB CODE: 09 ACC NR: A117004326 SOURCE CODEt 1-66-1W0111B64~1BO4~_ WIWI AUTHOR: Sotnikov. S. K.; Tsitovich, A. P. ITITLE: Multidimensional input device of a 2048-channel analyzer i ISOURCE: Ref. zh. Avtomat. telemekh. i vychisl. tekhn., Abe. 1IB333 IREF SOURCE: Tr. 6-y Nauchno-tekhn. konferentsii po yadern. radioelektron. T- 3. Ch. 2. ;X., Atomizdat, 1965, 7-17 TOKC TAGS: pulse height analyzer, nuclear research ABSTRACT: A storage-tube-type intermediate storage device of a 2048-channel magnetic- drum analyzer is shortly described. Investigation of gamma-rays arising when neutrons with energies corresponding to absorption resonances are captured is of practical interest. Hence, the problem can be reduced to measuring the gamma spectra only Ilinsidell these resonances; the number of time and pulse-height channels is reduced, ;!but the time channels of various durations which-'would correspond to resonance widths ~become necessary. Such channels can be designed with magnetostriction delay lines. An analyzer for single-dimensional measurements is described. To eliminate the ambiguity in the beginning of the time scale (0.2 microsec), operation with the accelerator synchronized by the crystal oscillator of the analyzer is provided. The analyzer time scale can be delayed for 3.2--7503.6 microsee or 6-4--13007.2 microsec. The analyzer recording dead time is 25.6 microsec. In two-dimensional measurements, a height-to-duration converter is added to the analyzer; its logic-and-programing system: includes a magnetostriction delay line. A circuit of signal amplifiers with magneto- striction delay lines is shown. Five figures. Bib. Of 3 titles- [Translin of abs.]Yu.S. - Card 1/1 SUB CODE: 09, U13Cs 6a1.1A!7_%Ax L 47075-65' ACCESSION NR: AP5007034. 6nhancing-the'stabilit h "-dii! line _Pqs om Ono ~C y~o j e- -spc or - . _ -i i 0 0. owe t at- 4from 3-5% t -0.3- 5%) sumo tostin&~bft istab~. t d h thi6 y g ' e Iddii-ada-t1iii-:1 ght"P se-pos: rxe! po~ ! ally,- cquataia ~ovpi 12-hr period.-. "In conclusio, n 6zatithors till __ a ~ 'Koch~,6tk_ ~~ Oil' -work -a a took an im ortant art in the fi 1 ureo and table . . . . . , p p , :g tut at- 44- tonlic- -Ac. 0C1A710Nf_-1nsti omndy-enir SUB MITTED:'. :14Jan64 ZNCL- SuBf CODE10, ~,Np Ed NO REF- SOVi: 005 0 - z - ?y g~N~ _j Z 3~ SOTNIKOV, S. N. Cand Tech Sci - (diss) "Principles of the growth of deformations of creep in clayey soils under displacement." Dnepropetrovskq 1961. 14 pp; (Dnep Inst of Railroad Transport Engineers); 200 copies; price not given; (KL, 7-61 sup, 246) SOTNIKOV, V.; FADRICHEV,.S. Prospectors of mineral resources. NO ao-9:36 S 159. CMIRA 13:1) 1. Zamestitell predoodatelya Verkhne-Donalcogo territoriallnogo pravleniya Nauchno-tekhnicheskogo obahchestva Gornoye (for Sotnikov). 2. Uchanyy sekretarl Varkhne-Donskogo territorial'- nogo pravleniya Ilauchno-tokhniclieskogo obshchestva, Rostov-m- Donu (for Fadeichev). (Prospecting) 40785 S/I 10 /62/000/006/001/002 1010/1210 AUTHORS: Anikeyenko, V. M., (Engineer) Kevroleva, K. M., Kessenikh, P. M. Cundidater for Medical Science and Sotnikov, V. (Engineer) 'rITLE: Radiation-damage stability of polynviylchloride plastics of insulation and jacket pre- scriptions PERIODICAL: Vestnik elektro-promyshletinosti, no. 6, 1962, 16-20 TEXT: 6 insulation type and two jacket type plastics (all prescriptions given in a table) were irradiated -with doses from 0 to 220 x 106 rad. The results of the measurements of the electrical and mechanical pro- perties of irradiated samples presented in graphs, show that a substantial decrease of tensile strength and of the respective elongation of the plastic starts at 5 x 106 rad. The biggest change of a, occurs in the region from (5 + 50) x 106 rad. At a dole of 150 x 106 the tensile strength of a plastic containing 40% of plas- ticizer, decreased by 20% of its initial value; whereas that containing 60% of plastificator by 60% of the initial tensile strength. Irradiation causes chemical changes of the structure and therefore the resistivity decreased at ISO x 106 rad. to 3-37 % of the initial one. At a total dose of 106 rad. the temperature-frequency change of the tg 6 was about a 200 % increase. The frost-resistance of the polyvinylchloride plastic decreases starting from the dose of 15 x 106 rad. The decomposition temperature starts decreasing from 5 to 15 x 106 Card 1/2 21(8) Trudy... K, 1 --"7 1, r, ~~:x Z.-N, zt"I. It ~tt. to ~:d ~' '--'t_':!n '-n tr.e I zl*t~ 'Pj J-nn~,,,y ~~ _1c1.r,..e; Z'_.-_\ at_M~ nt: h,u.o-, Itt.-yo AN ZZ-Zi, P. cop-as printed. Spona"'.r.Z; A:enclex: M_ R. Glavroye upravlam-tye PO '.spoI'XOT&n1YU . atornoy enargil, and JLkxdcxIy& nauk 3=. Itz IdItcrial Board of Sett V.I. Dikushin, kcadexicaln (Reap. Ed.), N.Y. c" Shu:UIIov0d_y (Deputy Romp. Ed.). YU. S. Zaalavokly (Deputy Romp. _FZ~ Zd.), L.X. Tatocbtnko, B.I. Varktovokly, 3.T. gaz&rov, L.I. Petre*4 and N.G. Zelevinakaya (secretary). ~Xd. of-MlIshing-#Pusel P.M. Belyaninj Toch. Zd.a. T.F.- Folensve..- PURPOSIt This book Is intended ror speciafisis in the field or so- chins and instrument manufacture who use radioactive isotopes in the study of mas*rials and processes. COVERAGRi This collection of Papers covers X vory wld* field or the utilization of tracer S*thods In industr--al resoarch and control techniques. The topic of this volume is th* US41 of radioisotopes In the anichine-and Inatrux&nt-wmuf&ct="_s& Industry. The Indl. vidual papers discuss the Applications of radioisotope techniques In the study of metals and alloys, Probleas ottriction a" lubri- cation, Metal cuttin$, engine perforstanco, and defects in metals. Several papers are devoted to the us* of radioisotopes In the "to- motion of industrial proooonse, recording and measuring 4evicon, quality cont:rol, flowmeters, level Saug**, safety devices, radia- tion counters, etc. Theme papers reprosont contributions of var- loun Soviet Inatituzas and laboratories. They were published as transactions of the All-Unibn Conferenc# an she V" of Redioso. tlv* and Stable Isotopes And Radiation In tho National loonommy and Science, April 4-12# 1957. Pic personalities are smentioned, References are given at the ond of most of the papers. Cb9rnY&)cOvA, R.B. Method for Estimating the Dogre#* or Dagroas- Ing-or-RIZA21-- 108 0U1y%Yn_v,_B.b., Yu.?, BorgyjbC17, L.M. Postnay, 0.)F Itakly. Study of the Processes of Cast Formiaffon _13_3ind_j~ 'L ;:0 14W VlAkIn-ALL (Teentrallnyy nauchno-losladovatel'skly inatitut 6*hornoy attallurgil - Central Scientific Research institute of Ferrous Metallurgy). Study or the Mechanism of the Neale Prooss. nos in lot ?1n Plating 119 Iordsnp O.G.o and X.S. Furman (Nauchno-inale4ovatealskly ingrI. t~jt--r*pl'ownergatieliailE~go-pz;iboroatroy*nlya- Scientific Research Institute or Reat-Power Instrussents). Uso of Nuclear Radiation for the Measurement of Neat-Power Parmsesters 124 VW.Bqtnib"rov. and V,V. Yak us A (Plaichookly . Wr~_ T, --- -hj_ inotitut in*nj P.R. - atttute O.-ftriice Isaara P.M. Lebedev, Academy of Scionces,UM). Reductlon of Zrrore in Measuresento Perforu&d With scintillation counters 127 Jr&M~_0kT_SL _V.A. (Fiatchoaldy Inatitut imaul P.R. Leb"ovs, - Insti- tute or Physics, Academy of soionces, USSR). Radiation in Analy- ticel Method$ 134 Arsawy*v"VA. Autoomation Of Measuresents, and leastrilAs of Radioactive Ridlation Intensity 140 T"'Il V Btudy of the Xlectrical Propeptles of Ionisatlon, 146 and & A. Rud&n9_Xq)d7 (Ts*so7uxuy7 ugolonyy asuchno. Issladavat*11skly inst~-F~~ -UI;Ujdom Co&I aoao&rch Institute). Gas Of RL4109ttivs IsotoPes In the Automation of lacavating me Drifting Machines ISO lardanp G.G.P and K63. Pwim (Mauchno-Isaleftwatellskly Insti- tut t*pIOonorzstIchssMgo priborostroyanlys - Ulentlr1a: Resespoh, Institute for Roat-Power Instrumment Making). XessurlAf the Pon. sit7 or Liquids With Gammas Mediation 1. jOTNII~KOV V. A.) 8E1XD;, G. L. "Tie Control of the Contents of Lead in Intermediate Products and Concentrates" paper presented at the All-Union Seminar on the Application of Radioactive Isotopes in Measurements and Instrument Building, , Frunze (Kirgiz SSR), june 1961) So: Atomnaya Energiva, Vol 11, No 5, Nov 61, PP 468-470 %JA%follov BLOKIIIN, M.A.; OVCHARENKO Ye Ya.; MYAGKGV, P.I.; SOILVIKOV) V.A.; MI. I Yu.M.; BELKIk, G'.L. * Improving the accuracy of X-ray spectral analysis by a dual channel method. Zav.lab. 31 no.4:423-426 165. (MIRA .18: 12) 1. Konstruktorskoye byuro "TSvetmetavtomatikall Rostovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet. BELKINA., G.L.; KUROYEDOV, V.A.; LAPOVOK, V.I.; LIMITEROV, I.M.; PSILMELISHTEYN, G.R.; OVCHARENKO, Ye.Ya.; PONOMARI, V.I.; SABAYEV, V.I.;.5OTN1KOV,_V.A.j-.,, FAYNBERG, L.I.; FEOKTISTOVA, N.D. X-ray spectral analysis of brass in the process of smelting. Zav.lab. 31 no.4t427-428 165. (MIRA 18:12) 1. Konstruktor5koye byuro "TSvetmetavtomatika" I Artemovskiy zavod tsvetnykh iretallov im. E.I.Kviringa. MAYZI11.1. E.Ye.; SOTNIKOV, V.A. Determining the ratio of the content of two elements 1-n a flow oil pulp by the X-ray sp,3ctral method. Zav.1ab. 3_1 no-4:4.29-430 165. (MIRE 18.-1;) 1. Konstrukluorskoye byuro "TSvetmetavtomatika". ACC NRt AP6021830 Orig. art. has: 1 figure. SUB CODE: SUBM DATE: 22Aug64 Card 2 (""daq s/,p~ 88052 .2 OVI-2kOS, 2105) 'tq~000/006/019/07 Aij rH!)RS: Sotn.ikov, i,G. and Kessanikh, R~M. - "WWAN"W r!TLE~ D;~~rinxnation of the Velocity r.-f Ultras Onic Waves in Potymers~ PI-R[OPMAL Izirez;tiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedenly, Fizlka. 1960. N"o,,6, pp,126-129 TEXT,- Various ultrasonic methods have been used to study the The ---ompo-iite vibrator--' mt~.!aantzal >r polymers. ln=f.bod has been used by the present authols at the Tomsk R~ ~ y ~' Tr&stitut.-- , The COMPOSLite piezo-quartz vibrator -Z.Iia'5-2-sted of a q!iartz rod having a resonance frequency of 125 k-./s and the specimen undbr- investigation whirh was attach-r!J to th,7 qu,trtz rod by means of shellac, The- following --ond-ition ob~scrved in the preparation of the spe-cimens- E,>> h and b, where 1, is the length of the specimen and b and h are th-P width and thickness respectively of the specImen. Th t~ v-,bratoi- inLthod was u6:ed to d-E!:irrmAn-- the %relo-tity 3f wav&s in th~a polymer, and Y,3ung's m-.Auius was then from the uaijal fozmu.1a:- E/P (t) CaL~d 1/6 88052 SA39/60/000/006/019/032 E032/E414 ~~f the Velocity of Ulrrasonic Wave-A in Polymers ii th-~~- dt~niitv and Eis Young'i m.:,dulus, ThT. kht~ ulrra!Nonic. waves was ,-alr-ulated from the rO!!M1x1'a 9f whpr& 9, is the length of the specim!~n and f j,i !h- i-re!quvncy of the specimen which is given by M, / JT1') Tn th-- latter formula tr z bc- fr-qli~.-x-cy of the quartz rod with the spe:--imen in t'-i La the resonance frEquency of the quartz tod t tk-:~ -s'hc t II a N, -:~ rmr is th~- mass of the quartz rod and Olt.: shel-lac lay,~rr, and mo Is the mass of the specimen, The were di-Aermined wLth the aid of analytical balant:es i~.f xht- -polymers was talcu),itad from thf~ d.-;neiL--.xon-s and the weight of -;pecially prep,3,ved Th~!- followtug Table gives the dynam1c Young-.-~ 'i'cp'--rimentally at t ---- 20'C ...... 88052 S/13q/6o/ooo/oo6/oi9/O32 19032/E4i4 De.teraination'of the'Vfildbity of-Ultrasonic Waves in Polymers ASSOCIATION: Tomskiy politekhnicheskiy institut imeni S.M.Kirova (Tomsk Polytechnical Institute imeni S."M.Kirov) SUBMITTED: may 4, ig6o 0 17 Pmc- 1. 3amctigocv- cKopocTH yAhTpa3Byxa OT TemnepaTypm AAR nOJIHCrHpojla. Fig.l. Velocity of ultrasonic waves (cm/sec x 105) as a function of temperature (00 for polystyrene. Card-4/6 Sc 88052 S/l39/6o/ooo/oo6/oi9/032 1&032/E414 Determination of the Velocity of Ultrasonte Waves in Polymers MAI toe" -6g -M -4a 40 do 619 AV Ptic. 3. 3aasicmmmb cwpoml- Y-AbTP33BYKa ar TiMneui- TYPbI AMI nOAHMOHOMOPenipoAa Fig-3. Velocity of ultrasonle waves as a function of temperature for polymanochlorostyrene.. Card 6/6 J5 ANIKEYENKOV V. M.;, KMOIXVA,, K. M.; XF.SSENIKH, R. M. V. G. TheriLil aging of a polyvinyl chloride plastic. Izv-. vys. uch. zav.~ fis. 3:149-152 162. (MMA 15: 10) 1. Tomakiy politekbnicheskiy inatitut imeni S. Mo Kirovas (Virql compound polymers-Thermal proportion) ANIKEYE.NKO, V.M.; KEVROLEU, K.M.; KESSENIKH, R.M.; SOTNIKQZ- V.G. Conductance and dielect4c loss in polyvinyl chloride plastics. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; tiz. no.5;75-80 162. (MW 15:12) 1. Tomskiy politekhnicheokiy institut imeni S.M. Kirova. (Polymers-Electric properties) (Dielectric loss) KESSENIKH, R.M.-, SOTNIKOV, V.G.-, TRIPFLI, V.G.P* PETROV, A.V.; POKHOLKOV, Yu.P*; Some electrophysical properties of the bomolog series of novolak-type phenol-formaldehyde resins. Izv. TPI 126:26-35 164. (MIRA 18-1) Jj- 17Z~,V'2-66 EwT(m)/r-,%T(J) RM --A-CZ--NR1 AR5020054 SOURCE CODE: UR/0o8l/65/OOOT012-/SO58/SO58 AUTHOR: Kessenikh. R.M.;.Solpj G..; E~Mll, V-G.; ShAmik 'QM.,V _9v Gruzdeva, Yu.~7.; Povelicheii6--A.pi ORG: none TITLE: Effect of plasticization on the "sical :,r .,,)1yyi-.ky1chlaride tar SOURCE: Ref. zh. Ehimiya, Abs. 12S344 REF SOURCE: Izv. Tomskogo politeJdm. in-ta, V. 126, 196 36-0 TOPIC TAGS: pblyvinyl chlori~.e, plasticizer, electric propert vinyl plas-;ic, brittleness, thermal stress TRANSIATION: A study was made of the effect of low-molecu-1ar lar pl%rticizerL (PL) from dioctylphtalate (DOP) and dibutylsebacinate - (DBS ) on the iL-- I and elec- tric properties of polyvinylf--h.-Loride (PVC). It was estsbli:;-.ed t;rat PL affects the maximum of dipole elasticity losses and when the content of PL is considerable it dis-1 places the maximun to lower temperature areas and decreases it; -alue; the effect on PVC produced by.DBS is stronger than that, of DOP. There is a t. ..,,~Lderable PL effect at 20* on the resistance of specific volume in plasticized PVC wber, the compound contains re- .,_.20% of PL. The greatest effect is achieved by DBS lowerizk, specific volume > p - . I . slBtance by 3 points, as compared to pire PVC. If the compound contains 50% of DBS,, the specific volume resistance goes down by 5 Points and is -2a.%aer lowered at higher Card 112 Card 212 vmb SOTMIKOV, V.I. Genesis of banded quart z-molybdenum veins in the Shakhtaminskoye deposit. Izv.vys.ucheb.zav.; geol. i razv. 1 no-5:99-104 My '58- Olf IRA 12: 2) 1. Moskovskiy institut tsvetnykh metallov i zolota imeni M.I. Ka- linina, kafedra geologii. (Shakhtamiskly District--Ore deposits) SOTNIKOV, V.I. Metamorphism'in ores of the Shakhtama molybdenum complex metal deposit (eastern Transbaiialia).- Geql. i geofis. no-9:53-4ft 160, (MIM 4:2) 1. Institut geologii i geotisiki Sibirskogo otdeleniya AN SSSR9 Novosibirsk. .1 (Transbaikalia.-Ore deposits) (Metamorphism (Geology)) TYCHIRSKIYY A.A.; SOTNIEV, V.I. Mineralogical composiii~]~_~~_-genesis of ores in mercury deposits of the zKuray ore-bearing zone of the Gornyy Altai. Geol. i geofiz. no.12:57-71 160. (KNU 14: 5) 1. Institut geologii i geofiziki Sibirskogo otdeleniya AN SSSR, Novosibirsk. (Altai Mountains--Mercury ores) SOTNIKO-V, V I - SHCHUMN? I.P.; TYCHINSKIY, A.A. t PO P Effect of porosity on the localization ot mineralization in smw mercury deposit;F. Geol.i geofiz. no.l0.,!:2,c--128 161. (MIRA 14:12) 1. hi:5t-ltut geologil I geofiziki SIbirskogo otdeleniya AN SSSR., Novovibirsk. (Mereary Oraq) (Poro,gity) TYGIMISKIY, A,,A.,; SOTMOV, V~I.; IIIIKITINA, Ye.I. I Mani-festation of a new type of copper mineralization in the southeastern Altal. Geol.i geofiz. no.12-00-79 161. (IMU, 15 :5) 1. Institut geologii i geofiziki SIbirsicogo ot4eleniya AN SSSR, No,.,,: is -i b _i r s k . (Altai Mountains-Copper ores) S92NIKOV) V.I. Some structural characteristics of the Shakhtamikiskoye molybdenum deposit. Trudy IGE24 no.41:73-85 161. (MERA .14:8) (Ghita Province-Mlybdenum, ores) SOTNIKOVI V..:;~~ Yotallocolloidal formations of ainnibar In ores of the TerligkhayIskoye mercury deposit (Tuv~) and possible status of mercury-containing solutions. Geol.1 geofiz. no.1:78-87 162.- (MM 15 4) 1. Institut geologii i geofiziki Sibirskogo otdeleniya AN SSSR,* Novosibirsk. (Tuv~ A.S.S.R.--Cinnabar). SOT,--,.L~jV, V. I. Dissertr-tion defended for the degree of Candidate of Geologo-Aiineralogical Sciences at the Joint Academic Council on Geologo-Rineralogical, Geoph~-sical, and Geographical Sciences; Siberian branch ( (q&3) "Geological Conditions of the Formation of the Shakhtaiainskiy Mblyideno- Polymetallic Deposits (In the Transbaykallye)'.11 Vestnik Akad. 1111auk, No. 4, 1963, pp ll~-145 NIKITIN! Ye.I.; BERZINA, A.P.; KUZ~ETSOVA, I.K.; SOTNI OV, V.I. Svanbergite in the Gornyy Altai. Dokl. AN SSSR 249 no.4:942-944 Ap 163. (MIRA 16:3) 1. Institut geologil i geofimiki Sibirskogo otdeleniya SSSR. Predstavleno akademikom V.S.Sobolevym. . .(Altai Mountains-Svanbergite) BERZINA, A.P.; SOTHIKOV II.I. Excrescences on zircon crystals. PAL AN SSSR 150 no-41 885-887 Je 163. (MIRA 16s6) 1. Institut geologii I geofiziki Sibirskogo otd,,Rleniya AN SSSR. Predstavleno akademikom V.S. Sobolevym. (Altai Mountains-Zircon er7stals-Defects) -SOTNIKOV, V.I.; NIKITINA, Ye.I. Behavior of accessory minerals and accessory elements in the process of greisenization. Geol. i geofiz. no.10:58-78 963. (MM 17:1) 1. Institut geologii i geofiziki Sibirskogo otdeleniya AN 5SSR, Novo- sibirsk. AFANASIYFV,- A.S.; CHAYKOV, Ye.N.-, BURKISTPOVA,, A.N.-, SOTNIKOV, V.I. Methods for dellemining the amcrmt of scale formed on low carbon st-eel. Zav. lab. 30 no.5.-586 164. (KIRA 17--5) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy metal-lurgich6skiy institut. SDTIUKOV) V.I.) TZYIJM)VAt L.G. Tuhgsteff-.;~A"-Mm'p',n-t in grom-iteib of ty~h6ns-bf the'Gornyy Altai ahara6terlz'~Z- bv varying ore content. GeoWndle no.2:3.'115-179 F 165. (MIRA 18c6) Ifistitiit*geologii i geofiziki Sibirskogo otdeleniya 91 SSSR, Novosibirsk. 1 w,,5'n;7t~Fz .4 m SOTNIIOV) V.I. j~ Lin. NTRA 18:8) ~jj rL V r o g; i,,~A All S R. BERZINA, A-P., LCNNI~OV,_j-I- Some data on the temperatures and preasures accompanying the formation of the Sorsk deposit. Dokl. AN SSSR 163 no.1:179-182 Jl 165. (MIRA 180) 1. Institut, geologii i geofiziki Sibirskogo otdeleniya AN SSSR. Sub- mitted February 15, 1965. 18(5), 25(5) SOV/128-59-4-1/27 AUTTIORb: Trochin, N.F., and Sotnikov, V.F... Engineere TITLE: Foundries of the Kemerovo Economic Adminiptrative Region PERIODICAL: Liteynoye Proizvodstvo, 1959, Nr 41 pp 1-2 (USbR) AB,oTRACT: In thF Kemerovo economic adminintrative regiou, the operation of -the foundries was examined to determine inner reperves and find ways of Ppecialization and to advance modern working methods. In the foundries of this district which is one of the largept in Siberia, an annual ectimate of 38,000 tons of steel, 165,000 tons of cast iron, and several thousand tons of non- ferrous metal castings is produced. In spite of this, the output does not meet requirements. In 195S, steel production could supply only 88% of the demandp. The deficit is compensated by supplies from other economic regions. The output was too low for the following reasons: the majority of the foundries are plants with low efficiency which primarily rely on manual Card 1/3 labor. Most of the plants were or are now in the SOV/128-59-4-1/27 Foundriec of the Kemerovo Economic Adminiptrative Region process of modernization. The present rate of pro- duction does not correspond with the originally plan- ned capacity. The supply of materialq is organized very inadequately. Planning is generally made accord- ing to weight output. This makes it difficult to determine the exact capacity nf the plants. On the average, the level of mechanization, concerning the technological working procesqes within the foundries of the district can be estimated at 30%. As a result, the casting facilities are nct.fully utilized, and the working areas of the captqrs are not organized. The transportation of cores and -the production of chills has not been mechanized. In all factories, a bottleneck is being created by the drying of forms and cores. The models are built in inadequate and ob-olete workshops. Many plant- lack elevators. 11echanization of the charging equipizient is either de- ficient or lacking entirely. Cast iron waste is Card 2/3 very high in the different foundries and amounts to SOV/128-59-4-1/27 Foundrier, of the Kemerovo Econoi,,iic Administrative Region 7-10~~. To raise Droduction, the following provisions were therefore made: inner repervep are to be used, and production extended nithout any lar.ger capital investment, by improving the organization of work, by 11 tn. rationalizin, t1le working proceqpe-, and by further nech,anizall-ion. The small, unprofitable enterprises -hould be diqpolved. The foundrieQ should specialize on one sort of metal. New foundriep are to be con- --tructed. Quickly drying molding compounds should be introduced. The production of model molding boxeP. .should be centralized. Card 3/3 18(5), 25(5) SOV/128-59-9-2/25 AUTHOR: Troshin N.F. and Sotnikov V.K., Engineers TITILE: The Planning of Foundry Production in Conditional Tonnage -PERIODICAL: Ijiteynoye proizvodstvo, 1959, Vr 9, pp 2-5 (USSR) ABSTRACT: In individual and small-serial foundry production there is, practically, no planning system; hence the superfluous labor and unnecessary raising of the cost of finished products. To remedy this situation, it was, at the end of 1951, decided to introduce a system whereby planning of production could be rea- lized. To bring about this system, all castings were'divided into 7 groups-, The 1-st group compri- sed castings up to "0 kg in weight; 2-nd group to 50 kg; 3-rd gx,)-ap - 51 to 200 kg,- 4--th group 201 to 500 kg; 5-th group - 50-1 to 1000 kg; 6-th group - 1000 to 3000 kg; and 7-th group - ove:r 3000 kg. At the same time, a method of dividing the castings according to their structure was introduced; three classes for both ferrous and nonferrous metals Card 1/2 were considered~~ simple castings, complex castings, SOV1128-59-9-2/25 The Planning of Foundry Production in Conditional Tonnage and particularly complex castings. In Tables 'i to 10, computation of coefficients of labor eapacity is given. Table '11 gives computative figures showing the ratio between the conditional and the aotual pro- duction tonnage for one year period. As is readily seen, there is only a small difference between the theoretically planned and the actually produced volu- me of castings. The-re are 11 tables. Card 212 TROSHIN, N.F.; SOTNIKOV, V.K. Increasing the output of acceptable products in making AZh 9-4 bronze castings. Idt.proiev. no.7:12-13 Je 16o. (XIU 13:7) (Bronze founding) (Foundries-Qmlity control) M THOSHIN, X.F., ingh..- so~~~.h. Casting semisteel rools for Iron mills* Stall 20 no.11:1051-1052 N 160o 1 (MIRA 13:10) 1- Knznetekly wtallurgicheekly kombinat. (Rolls (Iron mills)) (Steel castings) TROSHIN, N.F.; SOTK~q-vl -V.K- Preparation of oemiblown cast iron in bessemer converters. Lit. proizv. no. 4:10-U Ap 161. (MIRA 14:4) (Cast iron-Metallurgy) (Converters) SOTNIKOV, V.K.; TROSHIN, N.F.; APONIKIN, V.A. Remelting magneuium caot iron, Lit, proizv, no. 5&12-13 My 161. (MIRA 14:5) (Caut iron--Motallography) I KWNOV, B.Ya., inzh.; SOTNIKOV, Y.M., dots. Investigating the con-ta.ct drying of footwear. Izv.vya.ucheb. zav.; tekh.leg.prom. no.5:77-84 '59. 04IRA 13:4) 1. MoskovskiyArkhnologicheskiy institut legkoy promyshlennosti. Rekomendovana kafedro7 tekhnologii obuvnogo proizvodstva. (Shoe manufacture) PLATUNOV, K.M., kand.tekhn.nauk, dotsent,. SOTNIKOV V.M.. dotsent; - "I KUPRIYANOV, M.P., inzh.; ZYBIN, YU.P., d)ktor tekbn.nauk, prof. Wear resistance of soles made from various areas of belting leather. Nauch.trudy MTILP no.18:61-75 '60. (MIRA 15:2) 1. Kafedra tekhnologii izdeliy iz kozbi Moskovskogo tekhnologicheskogo instituta legkoy promyshlennosti. (Leather--Testing) SOROKIN, V.T.., SO IIKOV, Vem. Modernization of electric are steel furnaces. Mashinostroitell no.8:17-19 Ag 162. (MIRA 15:8) (Electric furnaces) L 3.123-66 W (1)/ItAI(h) KOSTIN., K.K.; SOTNIKOV, V~P. Mechanization of counting and checking operations in the Novosibirsk Post Office. Vest. sviazi 22 no.1:27-28 Ta 162. (14IRA 14:12) 1. Nachallnik Novosibirskogo pochtamta (for Kostin). 2. G:Lavnyy bukhgalter Novosibirskog6 pochtamta (for Sotnikov). (Novosibirsk-Postal service) The problem of the 0119W Of the forest %(#Pr soils, 1) S"'Vl~ A critiv, 7. So. 11, 9111). IrIve'"t TIMIltot-'114111 gray (WCSI %tcl)JW, 1141k 9rdY ((KVSt k-achni 1-heill-avul. '11111 typical rich ChcMolvin w,-r~ frav6,nmt,-,I and the- ,Atoid fraction, It-44 1 0, trad jn,slyz,,l rheudcully anti ruinerilogically. 'r lit t-11flit1% 'A VfV WI A. i IS W 2IUtlffACti(M5; the CLAY miner- ..I, Iltlj (fil.,11 Id f)%i.i" Weft jlMiSnatt(i as (rACtiOll B and t1w inidr, -4 Sit Fe, Al. arul othrm were 11- igit-il(A 4, fracti"ll .1. DAt.1 %h(IW that the SW\:R,0~ 4 .1 ~i.,% lvtv, th.,ts -1, %Isere-a* ill the (wiginal colloid frac- timi it wa, artRind 3. The vitiu of SiO~:Fc30, ill the ro'll'i'l k 13-15 ind in fraclioll .1 3-5. This friction 21-mitain. iiwre TiOl, 11,0,. and MnO than the original v,.Itomt. The viinpit. of the mitterals at the lKAzolited fijr%~i tt-l)rw and that of the typical rhernozrm was the -allit , The similarity is vxplaintil an the basis of the th"orv Illat ch~rftowm at one time had gone through a ~C.ite vif ;umleolitAfiun. Themlal analy-,e% %how that 1r;wtion B is montinorillonitic in nature. Conclu%ion. F'.te't gtrptm- ~'il' are Iransition "Is. from PodzWized t. chernoiren. J. S. Joffe SOTITIKOV, V. P. 1:-11 1.1- "Progress in Soviet Agricultural Resparch." "Changes in Agriculture of the USSR.' papers distributed at 10th International Conference of Agricultural Economics, Mysore, India, 24 Aug - 4 Sep 58, LCBANOV, P.P.; BREZROV, D.D.; LYBENKO, T.D.; BORKOV, G.A.; OVSHUSKIT, M.A.; SINYAGIN. 1.I.; AIJUMSHIN, V.A.; AVDONIN, N.S.; BEUZOVA, TO.F. SOKOWV, N.D.; KRDRff-ZIlR9Lm, O.K. Ivan Il'ich Samoilov; obituary. Dokl.Akad.sel'khoz. 23 no.11: 48 '58. (MIRL 11: 12) (Samoilov, Ivan Il'ich, 1900-1958) SOTMIKOV,.Vladimir Petrovich, kand.seliskokhoz.nauk; KATSNELISON, S.K., red.; ATROSHCHENKO, ,L.Ye., [System of farming based on natural and economic zones] Sistema vedeniia sellskogo khoziaistva po prirodno-ekono- micheskim zonam. 'Moskva, Izd-vo "Znanie," 1959. 31 p. (Vaesoiuznoe obahchestvo po rasprostrananiiu politichaskikh i nauchnykh znanii. Ser.5. Sellskoe khoziaistvo, no.14) (Agriculture) (MIRA 12:5) SOTNIMOV, V.P., kand.sellskokhozyaYstvennykh nauk Comments on the agriculture of India. Zemledelie 7 no-3:93-96 Mr t59- (MIRA 12:4) (India--Agricultura) SOTHIKOV, V.P., kand.9el'skokhozyaystvennykh nauk; PAW"', N.S.. kand.sel'- .. 860 ~~yBtvewiykh nauk Speed -up the extension of the zone system in agriculture. Zemledelie 7 no.6:3-9 Je 159. (MIRA 12!8) (Agriculture) BOLtSHAKOV, A.F.; LWAJNOV, P.A.; SOITTIKOV, V.P. Zonal conference on the problems of soil irrigation in the Volga Valley. Pochvovedenia no. 1208-102 D 165 (MM 1921) SOTNIKOV, V.S. (at. Paveletq) Changing the cleaning regime of locomotive fireboxes. Zhel. dor.transp. 37 no-7:81 J1 '56. (MLRA 9:8) 1. Hashinist depo Pavelats. (Locomotiveo--Fireboxes) poLmm / Analytical Chemistry. General Problems@ E-1 Abs -Tour: Ref Zhur-l(himiye, No 1, 19591 860. 6 Author : Alimarin, I. P., Sotnikowj W. S. Inst :Not given. Title :The Use of Organic Derivatives of Sulfuric, Sel- enious. Tellurous Acids in Analytical Chemistry. Orig Pub: Chem Analit., 1959, 2, No 3, 222-223, Abstract: See R. Zh. Khim., 1958, 7533. Card 1/1 V Px - 2912 C'I Y N t' V -I 5OTN'1'4()'V V'a& t3elanic Acid And Tellur-c Acid AAIN 1. F - I org c . erivritives 0 lot A13L OY i telluristoy, kir jkUTHOR InvastigationsOf W-iEE- ~'Brl kh selen'st TITLE Analy tic Reagents* kh proizvodny anicbesift U1) -108, (Iss-ledovaniya org rov ~Russ" Nr Ij pp Io5 analiticheskikh reaktil 1957, Vol 113t Reviewed 7/1957 r- kak Lady kkademil Nauk 68tai Clegree to organic reagents PL'RI01 ~L DoIC 6-1ved 6/1957 Md Te were not inve Rec Ktanded Only in a sma3'I ' ative analysis. hitherto a, Y.'.Gompounds.Or tie 4 Case of Investiglallons and especially Licstion for quantit the 03TRpar 1 00 6 per -- to which onlY in c0utai',,~ with rag 't to their APPl ately sti.,ated at I d to be wrong according the acid rest is 'Medi -5 c&_ ,in group where Ls are precipitated. 'h' nent :15 5 ai gits Faigits state, a sulphin -or metal Furthermore It is Fe' r.agents'with jeus qu7idriV&1snt 5 t a t,,tomeric con- b und to the arpmatic nuc h cages of reagent tYPe bring abou 0 LOtiCed jr, bot i is- able to u1srormed forlu re- WitY gas r -Sujphin-&ci( 9 show that, the rot tri 'Its of cOrresPO11- 'pj ~injojj that.the benZOI ,4adtigation t typical sa 'Feigils 01 nst this j il ads represel Also version. kgai e resulting Compolm organic solution- media. to f OrM t5 and that th s oluble in hat car (IV) is abg1,esxjcceaded ac Y j-e. t 'd qhich are not, out to, be wrong a zO-j_sujphjn-&c' 9 a as a ding acids 1 sions turhe solution with bero tayes Plac Ul- final conclu AC id reaction reas benzOI-s 5jon in an jng-reducing . sulphon a precipital alty an oxidil, car (T-13:) , wh6 di 'hat in re (IV) is reduced to 'Id. Furthermorep in proving t f which Car dj7 en'01-sulph'n a, consequence 0 oxi ad to b card 1/2 phin acid is --13x-`d_e__~-'__'VC Pitation 7 VC.Lenic 4cid And Talluric -PA 112 rivatives of -is forced. For the tically which selenic chemical Acid ir methocls...contain a fu'nctionai "As produc.'t time the 1.,. or th t:Lon of quadriv With respect -.analytic.. d' and investi Presen 428DA elementa to Wei group 8 gated syn_o- sibilitce Of othOr as Wei ght ,,re WO e0,11j. IV y, di elements in -1 as rked IV physica the el Of r Of bismuth out -for tfle deterizina ements Ometric tit natural and ind. and iron (111) in the dioisotop, to be d,termi fat'On with trial substan ned or Of theth, applicatio ces. The (.5 table. Of selenium or~ tellurium Must organic rea ' n Of radio,, pos- 18 literature ,.gents which OtoPes of quotations) furt.her b mentioned, contain ra- ASSOCIATION "WENTU BX "O'CO' State Universit., a UBM:rTTh;D WAZABIlk 24.9-1956 'ard 212 Library Ce Congress M-V.Lomollosovs ALIMARIN, I.P.; SOTNIKOV, V.S. Gravimetric and radiometrie-volumetric methods for determining iron using benzene- and naphthalene ammonium sel aenate Trudy kom.anal.khim. 9:213-218 158. (i IRA 11:.11) (Iron--Analysis) (Selenenic acid ) AUTHORS: Alimarinf I.P., Sotnikov, V.S. 75-13-3-14/27 TITLEt Determination of Zirconium by Means of the Ammonium Salt of Benzene- and Naphthalene-Selenic Acid (Opredeleniye tsirkoniya pri pomoshchi benzol- i naftalinseleninata ammoniya) PERIODICALt Zhurnal analiticheskoy khimiip 1958, Vol 13, Nr 3, PP 332-336 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Besides inorganic reagents organic precipitants are also successfully used for the quantitative determination of zirconium and its separation from-other elements (references I - 10). These precipitants, however, do not always form compounds of strictly atoichiometrical composition; besides a co-precipitation of foreign ions often occurs. Recently benzenesulfonic acid was suggested for the precipitation of zirconium and its separation from a number of other elements (reference 11). The authors of the present paper synthesized a number of organic reagents containing the Soo2H group and forming compounds difficult to solve Card 1/ 14 (reference 12) with several tetravalent elements (Tis Zr, Determination of Zirconium by Means of the Ammonium 75-13-3-14/27 Salt of Benzene- and Naphthalene-Selenic Acid Hf, Ce(IV), Nb$ Ta). Benzene- and naphthalene-selenic acid and their ammonium salt3 were most thoroughly investigated. In highly acid solutions these compounds with zirconium salts yield rhite amorphous precipitates which furnish pure zircon~ua dioxide after annealing. The maximum dilution at which zirconium is still precipitated is for ammonium-benzene-seleninate 1:100 000, for ammoniuin-naphthalene-seleninate 1:1 500 000. The composition of the precipitates dried by air approxi- mately corresponds-to the formula ZrO(R-SeO 2)2) but these compounds cannot be used for gravimetric. deter- raination. The quantitative determination is'done after annealing by weighing out as ZrO 2' The nonconstant composition of these precipitates is caused by the tendency of the zirconium s.alts to, hydrolysis, and the formation or polymeric ions ('references 13, 14). The optimum conditions for the precipitation of zirconium are a 1n nitric or hydrochloric:solution and a concant6tion of Card 2/4 ammonium-benzene-seloninate of Op7,,'4, or of ammonium- Determination of Zirconium by Means of the Ammonium 75-13-3-14/27 3alt of Benzene- and Naphthalene-Selenic Acid -naphthalene-seleninate of 0.5% respectively. In a sulfuric acid solution a higher concentration of the precipitant is needed, as complex anions of zirconium form. The determination can be performed in the presence of aluminium, beryllium, rare earths and trivalent iron. In the presence of large amounts of these elements the precipitate must be dissolved and reprecipitated. The disturbing influence of titanium, niobium and tantalum can-be removed by the addition of hydrogen peroxide, tin (IV) must be precipitated and removed before the determination of zirconium with hydrogen sulfide. In the presence of large amounts of titanium the precipitate must be dissolved and reprecipitated; for this purpose it is dissolved in concentrated HNO 3' The described method cannot be employed for the analysis of samples with a higher than 10-fold excess of niobium. and tantalum. Shen the precipitation of zirconium is performed in the absence of hydrogen peroxide, iirconium, can be used as Card 3/4 collector for the separation of small amounts of titanium, Determination of Zirconium by Means of the Ammonium 75-13-3-14/27 Salt of Benzene- and Naphthalene-Selenic Acid niobium and tantalum. The determination of zirconium with ammonium-benzene- and ammoniu-m-naphthalene-seleninate was used for the analysis of steels and eudialite. The absolute error of determination at a zirconium content of 2-lWv is t 0,01~6. There are I figure, 5 tables, and 17 references, 6 of whioh are Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet im. M.Y. Lomonosova (Moscow State University imeni M.V. Lomonosov) SUBMITTED: May 23, 1957 1. Zinconfuni-Determination Catd 4/4 5(2) SOV1156-59-2-19148 AUTHORS: v V. S., A limarin, I. P. TITLE: Benzene- and Raphthalene Selenk& Acid Ammonia as Reagents for the quantitative Determination of Titanium (Benzol- i naftalinseleninovokislyy ammoniy kak reagenty dlya koli- chestvennogo opredeleniya titana) PERIODICAL: Nauchnyye doklady vysshey shkoly. Khimiya i khimichel3kaya tekhnologiya, 1959, Nr 2, pp 296-298 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Two reagents C H SeO NH and C H SeO NH* forming white, 6 5 2 4 10 7 2 4 flocculent precipitates In 0.5 ordinary nitrohydrochloric acid with titanium are suggested for the determination-of titanium and its separation from other elements (aluminum, beryllium, elements of the rare earths, and iron). For the first-mentioned reagent the sensitivity of the reaction amounts to 1 : 750,000, for the second 1 : 1,000,000. The composition of the precipitate corresponds approximately to the formulas TiO(C 6H5SeO 2)2 and TiO(C 10H7SeO 2)2' For the quantitative determination the precipitates are annealed and titanium is determined as TiO 2. The presence of Cu, Ag, Card 1/2 Be, Mgp Cal Sr, Dal Zn, Cd, All MR, Co and Ni does not disturb SOV/156-59-.2-19/48 Benzene- and Naphthalene SeleninLc Acid Ammonia as Reagents for the Quantitative Determination of Titanium the reaction. There are 1 figure, 2 tables, and 3 references, 2 of which are Soviet. PRESENTED BY: Kafedra analiticheskoy khimii Moskovskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta im. M. V. Lomonosova (Chair of Analytical Chemistry, Moscow State University imeni M. V. Lomonosov) SUBMITTED: November 17, 1958 Card 2/2