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84254 S/076/60/034/009/019/022 2,4-,77,40 B015/B056 AUTHORS: Sotnikov, V. S, and Belanovskly, A. S. TITLE. Ion Adsorption of Some Metals During the Etching and the Washing of Silicon PERIODICAL. Zhurnal fizicheakoy khimii, 1960, Vol. 34, No, 9, pp. 2110-2114 TEXT: The electrical properties and the stability of crystalline semi- conductor diodes and triodes essentially depends on the surface of the semiconductor. V. I. Lyashenko and I., I~ Stepko (Ref.. 1) Investigated the adsorption of some substances, as well as their influence upon the surface charge and conductivity of semiconductors. As the hydrofluoric and nitric acids, the lyes, and also the rinsing water used for silicon etching may contain admixtures such as iron, copper, and other heavy metals in quantities from 1-jo-5 to 1-1o-3%, the adsorption of cu, Ag, Au, In, Sb, P, Fe, Zn, Rb, and Na on the surface of the silicon was investigated with the aid of the corresponding radioisotopes. As sampies, p-type silicon foils were used, which were etched in the etching solutions Card 1/3 84254 Ion Adsorption of Some i:urlrig the S/076/60/OA4/009/0!Q//022 Etching and the Washing of Silicon B015/BO56 considerably reduces the number of elements adsorbed on the silicon surface (Table 4), and that in this way the semiconductor surfaces may be purified. There are 2 figures, 4 tables, and 6 referencess 2 Soviet and 4 US., SUBMITTED: January 15, 1959 Card 3/3 X S/076/61/035/003/003/023 Adsorption of B121/B203 germanium metal or germanium monoxide formed besides Ge02 in the etching of the germanium surface with H202 acts as electron source on the germanium surface. The derivatives of divalent germanium are strong reducing agents, especially in the hydrated form. Hydrated germanium monoxide reduces the metals from the solution with simultaneous conversion to germanium dioxide according to the equation: GeO + H20 + Cu++ ) Ge02 + 2H+ + Cu (3)- The separation of metals on the germanium surface was also microphoto- graphically examined under an electron microscope. At a metal concentration in the solution of lo-5-10-2%, adsorption attains a value of 1016-1018 at/=2 of the germanium surface. There are 5 figures, 1 table, and 6 references: 3 Soviet-bloc and 3 non-Soviet-bloc. The three references to English- language publications read as follows: Eo Clark, Physo Rev., 91., 765, 1953; J. Law, J. Phys. Chem., 59, 67, 1955; S. Eriksen, H. Statz, J. Appl. Phys., 28, 1, 1957. SUBMITTED: April 12, 1959 Card 2/2 21981 S/020/61/137/005/025/026 Adsorption of ions of some metals ... B103/B208 publications, The authors used in their experiments polished laminae, 3 X 3 x 0.25 mm, from germanium and silicon of the n- and p-type. They were oriented in the plane 111p and had a resistivity of 15 Ohmoom. The following etching reagents were used: 30%6 H202and 10% KOH solutions, and a mixture of HP (42%) and HNO 3 (60%) in a ratio of 1 S 4, in which radio- active indicators were introduced in the form of nitrates and chloric salts. The specific activity of the solutions in the individual experiments ranged from 0.1 to 5 m curies/ml. The activity of the etching reagent was first determined 0.01 ml of it were placed into a square cavity (3 x 3 mm) of the paraffin layer on a little aluminum dish, and the activity measured considering the autoabsorption of the P-radiation in the liquid. In the following the activity of one side of the sample (the other side was polished) was determined at equal dimensions. Ge and Si were etched in an aliquot of the etching reagent for 3-0 min at room temperature in a HF-NHO3mixture, and by heating in H202 and in KOH. The rest of the radio- active corrosive was rinsed from the surface of the samples with ethanol, and the activity of the samples was measured after drying on filter Paper. The results for Ge are summarized in Table 1. They indicate that at the Card 2/8 21981 S/020161/137/005/025/026 Adsorption of ions of some metals see B103/B200 organic complex formers are most suitable for this-purpose, since their traces may be washed off by high-purity organic solvents (CC1 49,chloroform, benzene, and others). The us'e of water andl as a -resultt an additional contamination by adsorption could thus be avoided. Treatment of pn- -junctions of Si with acetonitriie reduced the inverse current in the collector to 1/2 - 1/4, and increased the stability of the device. There are 3 figures and 6 references& 3 Soviet-bloc and 3 non-Soviet-bloog The 3 most recentreferences to Engli8h language publications read as followgi J T.-.L~w' (Ref. it J. Phys. Ghem.p 59, it 67P 1955)p J*T. Law, P*B. Meigs' Ref*2t A Ph s 26, 101 1265P 1955)t E.Clarke (Ref- 0 Phye.Rev,p. 959 ll 28itpjp;95Z-Gt 1~ PRESENTEDs' September 9, 1960 by A.N. Frumkin, Academician SUBMITTEDt September 20# 1960 SOTNIKOV, V.S.; BELANOVSKIY, A.S.; NIKISHOVA, F.B. Adsorption of Ions of certain metals from water during silicon washing. Part 4. Radiokbimiia 4 no.63725-731 162. (KURA 16:1) (Metals) (Silicon) (Adsorption) .J". 55337-65 ,Y AT5015393 ACCESSION NR: sorbents, themechanism may 'invol-~e_,'dispja~emenj Ht,,jons :from OR' groups en er- ing into the structure of the:hy4tated-su'rface-compoUnds'. Differences in- the ue-. o. initial Adsorption of gold on silicom and quartz, a're.apparentl d t 'the factw~. _that~treatment with the etchant SR-6 (I pt. HF' to,4 pts. HNOj)_ptbdudes a roughdr'.. sur ace on quartt-than-on-silico :t is postulated -that the am'Qiph6us -st n. _._3 ructure' 0 idi--degreel--thari- doeg e f SiO on'the surfaced f.-quar _th 0 - _ , . , :ads 66r dd in the 0 v r silic6n. i4i~ilar kitidnihip cr~~tqhin SiO ~ on - I - -I ~ . - 11 1 - , , - '' g ' r 7t~ - R R.- , _ 1-1 - ~f jj ~ - .1 , - ~ !: " g+, d-SO4z, fi 0 .:on quartii,~'. Orig,~ -Art, as- wkiguresa A I + an h - - ". ~ ' ASSOCIATION: None -SUBMITTED i. SUB, C6 05Oct63 TCL- .00; DE: IC, OTHER* 003 NO--REY SOV: - 005- 2/2 '-z74 UUJ 2/2 'Caid '- k' rn ACC NR: AP6022875 SOURCE CODE: UR/0186/66/008/002/0171/0182 AUTHOR: Sotnikov, V. S.; Belanovskiy, A. S. ORG: none S. TITLE: On the adsorotion of ionlof certain metals from electro~yteslon the surface of germanium, silicon, and quartzl~ 9'r- 1~ ( SOURCE: Radiokhimiya,'v. 8, no. 2, 1966, 1?i-i~2 TOPIC TAGS: germanium, silicont quartz, adsorption, etched crystal, copper, silver, gold, indium, antimony, zinc ABSTRACT: The paper offers data on the adsorption of copper, silver, gold, indium, antimony and zinc ions from the chemical etchants CP (a 1:4 mixture of 49% HF and 65% ITNO3~ and 20% KOH on the surface of germanium, silicon, and quartz, and also from 30% H20~ on the surface of germanium, as a function of the content of these metals in the solution and of the etching time. The temperature was 200C for CP, 1070C (boiling point) for KOH, and f040C (boiling point) for H20 2' The adsorption on quartz was studied in order to elucidate the mechanism of adsorption on silicon, whose surface is usually coated with a thin filra of SiO2, but the results are also independently significant in view of the wide use of quartz apparatus. It is shown that at a con- tent of the above impurities from 1o-5 to ivi~ -in the etchants, the adsorption values Card 112 L 3908t-66 ACC NR% AP6022875 i-ange from 1011 to 1016 atoms/cm2, and that in the indicated systems., these values obey Freundlich's rule and are independent of the type of conduction im germanium and silicon. A mechanism of adsorption of ions from the electrolytes on the surface of germanium, silicon,, and quartz is proposed. Grig. art. has: 11 figures. SUB CODE: 07/ SUFM DATE: 30D8c64/ ORIG REF: Oil/ OTH REF: 008 Card 2/2,1) EW'T tftVEWP(t)/ETI t 05206-67 IJP(c) JD/JG ACC NRt AP7000758 SOURCE CODE: UR/0075/66/021/006/0754/0757 AUTHOR: Sotnikov, V. S. Korolev, 14. V. Shumova, V. V. and 1,;Drozova, M. N, ORG: none TITLE: Use of an emission microspectral method in the analysis of alloys fDr semiconductor devices' SOURCE: Zhurnal analiticheskoy IdAmii, v. 21, no. 6, 1966, 754-757 TOPIC T&GS: emission spectrum, Indium, alloy, gallium alloy, rold alloy ABSTRACT; A microspectral method for the analysis of the In Au Ga and other alloys in specimens weighing less than 0.5 mg Is examined. Ali-oy sp~-cimens In' tablets 50X150 microns in size were placed on a polished surface of a glass bar, and then the specimens were covered with a copper plate about 1 rm thick which was tapped lightly with a hammer so that the specimens were secured to the surface of Vhe co2per plate. Then tablets were secured to the surface layer of the plate. 1-clicts or' standard alloys were sinilarly secured to a copper plate" and a nicrospectral niuilysis was made. Copper virc r,,A 7~v In diameter with ends cut at a 1300 angle served as the electrodes The distance between one of the electrodes from the surface of the specimen was I mm; the second electrode was connected to the copper plate. Orig. art. has: 2 figures and 1 table. LrJPR3% 37,17'a SUB CODE: 11,20/ SUBM DATE: 02JunG5 /' OFIG FZF: C02 Card I ACC NR. AP7007204 SOURCE CODEz uR/o186/6~/m/oo67o617/0621 AUTHORI Sotnikov. V. S.; Belanovskiy, A. S.; Trakhtenberg, A. D. ORG: none TITLEt On the adsorption of metal ions from H20, H202 and KOH on the surface of electron-hole germanium and silicon junctions SOURCE: Radiokhimiya, v. 8, no. 6, 1966, 617-621 TOPIC TAGS: adsorption, hydrogen peroxide, potassium hydroxide, pn junction ABSTRACT: The adsorption of Cu, Ag, Au and In ions from HZO, H202 and KOH on Darts making up a germanium D-n-p junction (Tyr-5) and silicon p-n-p (PI04-106) and n--D-n (P 101-103) junctions was studied. It is shown that a considerable contaminatio'n of the solutions with elements constituting the junction takes place during etching (the amount of impurities in the solutions increases by 2 to 3 orders of magnitude). Thus,! adsorption on the junctions is very important, since in contrast to germanium and si- licon crystals$ etching of the junctions occurs in a solution with a high impurity content. Cu and In impurities, adsorbed by the surface of junctions of types P101_103__ and T14-5, cause a considerable increase of Ico (zero collector current). The various distributions of the adsorbed impurities on different parts of junctions of various types were studied by means of autoradiographic photographs. Orig. art. has: 3 tables. .201 SUB CODS: 07/"' SUBM DATES 21JUn65/ ORIG REF: 004/ OTH RM 003 1/1 54i.23s546.3 uDcs Card ACC NR SOURCE CODE: AP7007205 UR/oi86/66/008/006/0691/0692 AUTHORS- Sotnikov, V. S.; --Kuznetsova, M. I. ORGs none TITLE: Adsorption of indium, cobalt and zinc ions from acetone on the surtace of graphite, germanium, silicon and quartz SOURCE: Radiokhimiyal v. 8p no. 60 19669 691-692 TOPIC TAGS: adsorption, indium, cobalt, zinc, graphite, quartz, germanium, silicon ABSTRACT: The adsorption of In, qo and Zn from acetone on graphite, gemanium, sili- con and quartz surfaces was studied as a function of concentration of the impurities and time Qf contact with the solution at concentrations of 10-4-10-2% with the aid ofl TXL114, CobO and Zn65 isotopes. It is shown that the adsorption of indium on graphite,': germanium, silicon and quartz obeys the Freundlich equation up to a concentration of -lo-3%f and the adsorption of zinc on Ge and quartz, up to 10-2%. Adsorption satura-1 tion -for Zn and Co on Go, Si and SiO~ takes place in 5-10 min, and for indium in less than I min. The lack of adsorption saturation in the case of graphite plates (which were porous) is attributed to difjusion brocesses.Values of the adsor-ption obtained were 1014--5 x 1015 atoms per cm, . Orig'. art. has: 2 figures. SUB CODE: 07/ SUBM DATEs 03jun66/ ORIG REF: 001 Card 1/1 UDC: 541.183SA-3 DWISINKO. P.A.; XMIN, L.N.; SONIXOT, T&,I,, red.; GUIKOV, A,V,, [Operations of the beat and electric power plant of the Gorkiy Amtomobile Plant] Ix opyta raboty THTs Gortkovskogo avtomobill- nogo zavoda. Moskva, TsBTI avtomobillnoi promyshl.. 1958. 40 p. (MIRA 12:3) (GorkLy-Steam power plants) SKRYNNIKY Vladimir Nikitovich; _~~TIIIIIOV, Ya-I., ved- red.; PONUROV, M.P., red. [Design of automatic lines consisting of machine-tool units; survey of foreign engineering] Proektirovanie avtomaticheskikh linii iz agregatnykh stankov;'obzor zarubezhnoi tekhniki. Mlo- skva, TSentr. in-t tekhniko-ekon. infonratsii, 1962. 98 p. (MIRA 17:7) SOTNIKOV. Ye.A., inzh. "Economics of classification stations and organization of car flows" by (kand.tekhn.muk] P.S.Sokolov. Reviewed by E.A.Sotnikov. Vest. TSNII MPS 21 no.1:62-64 162. (MIRA 15-.2) 1. Oktyabrtskaya zheleznaya doro . stantsiya 14ga. (Railroads-Hump yardsr SOTNIKOV~ Ye.Ao. insh, ---- . ........ , --- -, , - , - Determining the idle time of cars in connection with accumulation. Sbor.trad.LIIZHT no.1891ll4-139 162. (MM 160) (Railro&da--Freight cars) (Railroads.-Management) -.7, UGRYUMOV, Georgiy Arkadlyevich; FARBEROV, Ya.D.,-Inzh., retsenzent; PREDE, V.Yu., inzh.,, red.; VOROTNIKOVA,' L.Fj, tekhn. red. [Operational planning of the work in a railroad station] .. Operativnoe planirovanie raboty na stantsii. Moskva, Trans- zheldorizdat, 1963. 56 P. (MIRA 16:3) (Railroads-Management) ACCESSION NR: AP4044838 S/02*80/64/000/004/0187/0190 AUTHOR: Dolyatovskiy, V. A., Sotnikov, Ye. M. TITLE: One class of teaching machines SOURCE: AN SSSR. IzvesUya. Tekhnicheskaya k1bernetkia, no. 4, 1964, 187-190 TOPIC TAGS: teaching machine, learning process, computer programming, teaching program, ABSTRACT: The authors discuss the teaching process and exiamine the general theory of teaching machines. They recommend that the program of a teaching machine should explain the concepts studied from many aspects, point out to the student his mistakes in the process of learning, and provide means for correcting mistakes and for the formation of logical thought. Such requirements are satisfied by a machine whose teaching program is divided into several branches and which also has a controlling and correcting program. Ile program for machines of this type has a definite structure whose elements are specific concepts, the branching system of the program, and the system for evaluating the answers. Such machines can be constructed quite simply on the basis of a general- purpose digital computer. A relatively simple machine of this type is briefly described.' Card 1/3 ACCESSION NR: AP4044838 Its block diagram is shown In Fig. 1 of the Enclosure. The machine was built in the form of a table model, and can teach 6 persons a section per hour. A teaching machine of this type can find wide use in colleges for teachingand testing purposes, as well as for in- vestigating various problems In teaching by mac_jjjne_s_.__Orig_. -art. has: 2 figures and 4 formulas. ASSOCIATION: none SUBMITTED: 21Nov63 ENCL: 01 SUB CODE: DP NO REF SOV: 005 OTHER: 000 d0A Card ACCESSION NR: AP4044838 ENCLOSURE: 01 7 " 4 . , i f Fig. 1. Block diagram of a teaching machine. 1 - student, 2 - unit giving the teaching program, 3 - device for accepting the answers, 4 - unit for logical analysis and decision, 5 - controlling device, 6 - timing unit, 7 - unit indicating the results, 8 - unit giving the correcting program. Card 3/3 L 512&-66.- q-rr(q)/)3xT)tI ACCESSION NR: AP5026302 UR/0144/45/000/~oos/PBSI/0890~~" 681.142+ 62 60 ~L AUTHOR:. Dolyatovskty, V. A. (Aspirant); Sotnlk~o ~-~~istant). TITLE t i i l l d hi t C t hi . mac nc er a ne. eac es of earning an : n pr ng p SOURCE: IVUZ. Elektromekhanika, no':8, 1965,'881-890 TOPIC TAGS: teaching machine, circuit design, cybernetics, learning mechanism ABSTRACT: The number of students at the institutions of higher learning of the Soviet Union increased in 1963 by 1. 4 times as compared with the enrollment in 1957. 11iis pits a great stress on the teaching.staff and leads to the need -for the rationalization of the teaching process. After outlining the basic'principles of the learning process, the present authors describe the teaching'program for the students of the Industrial Electronics course (which Is the fourth in the Automation and Telemechanics curriculum) which then served as the basis for the construction of the appropriate table model electronic teaching machine., eight sections each of which was further subdivided.-Into: The entire course was divided Into Card 1/2 - 0 iYO/ 0.2 2.2' L 5129,-66 EW.T d) XT/9, _-I P GG~ -C /B- . _RW _J _Lcj_~ ACCESSI NR: AP5026303 UR/9144/65/000/008/0891/0894 AUTHOR: Dolyatovskly, V. A. ~Asplrant); Sotnikov, Ye. M. Assistant) TITLE: Electromechanical teaching machine SOURCE-.IVUZ. Elektromekhanika, no. 8, 1965, 891"894 TOPIC TAGS: cybernetics, teaching machine, semiconductor device, algorithm ABSTRACT: In recent years, the teaching process has been investigated from the view- 71 q_- point of cybernetics. The'theorefical foundations of algorithmic formulation of the learning processes were laid down earlier by various authors. The realization of the proposed Ialgorithms was carried out on various machines developed for that purpose. Thia pres article describes one of such machines which was developed and put to use by the authors and -was shown at the VDNEh exposition of teaching machines in 1564. The programined course I'ludustrial Electronics" was divided into 24 sections. The associated 15 - 20 con- trol questions approached the programmed materials Lrom various angles. The material Card. 1/2 090f 0 L 4129-66 ACCESSION NRt AP5024689 14 -r magnetic field and the measured "resonance" the sutface.-The oute f 4 of the order of 3000 oersteds, was parallel to the specimen disk planes, Specimens-,. were Initially cooled in zero outer field to 4.2K and T>T with subsequent field Increase to the point of resonance. Resonance frequencfes were of the order of 9200 mc. A substantial discrepancy was found In local fields calculated on the ellipsoid approximation to the disk specimen surface fields'and vab those measured. Local field strength of the superconductor was.found to depend upon magnetization history and thus is apparently.g~herated by Internal*currents'Induced In the super- conductor bycatek field variations*-.Crig art has i 2.~ f igures and 1 tablei [181 ASSOCIATIONi Fiziko-tekhnic*heajdy i~dtitAl" AL 0; in~: o e~AW!,,mil nauk SsOR e neeg 6Mft). (Phyalcotechn1cal Institut j Acader#'6f ScI6 D. 01AI465 JJUB dCbV-.t t! M GUBMTME 5 fj` AESE, NO M 80V I t -Supercoziductj~--'. g .4�r I Cc ~Tjipj'_Ya..V" Evaluation through work of studeats' knowledge, skills, and habits. Politekh. obuch. no-7:50-51 JI 159. (MIRA 12:9) l.Sreduyaya shkola No-3, g.Vladimir. (Vladimir--School reports) SOTNIKOV, YU.M., inzh. Use of epoxy resins at the Zhdanav ship7ard. Blul. tekh.-ekon. inform. Tekh.'upr. Min. mor. flota 7 no.4.*78-85 ,62. (MIRA 16:4) 1. Zhdanovskiy sudoremontnyy zavod. Nhdarav-Shirrds) (Epoxy resins ACC NF~- AP6034918 Rubinchikq Ta. B.; Sotnikoy-Yushik, lue M. -ORGI Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, AN BSSR (Inatitut obahchey I noorganichaskoy khi=:Li AN BSSR) TITLE8 Study of reactions of rare earth oxides with ferric oxide by means of IR spec- tra SOURCEs AN BSSR. Vestai. Seryya khimichnykh navuk, no- 39, 1966, 107-108 TOPIC TAGSt yttrium compound, ytterbium compoundp samarium compoumdt Iron oxide, IR spectrum ABSTRACTI Ittrium, y-tterbium and samarium oxides were reacted with F62(~ at 810-12001 and the sintered products were analyzed by means of IR spectra in the 400-650 cm-1 range. The spectra of the oxides, perovskites and garnets containing different rare earth ions were very similarp indicating a slight Influence of the element on the IR spectrum of the compounds. The'character of the spectrum of the products changes with the'firing temperature. The spectra obtained confirm earlier findings for the Y2O)+F62(~ systemp viz.9 that at relatively low temperatures in 3J5 oxides mixtureal the reaction forms a perovskite which,, as the texpersiure is raised fartherg reacts with excess F020) to form the end product' a garnet. Orig. art. h"1 1 figure. SUB COM 07/ SUBM DATE& nono/ WM,PjWi--,', 002/ ON WWI 002 Card 1/1 SOTNIKOVA, A. qnder joint management. Sov.torg. 36 no.12-.24-25 D 162. (MM 16:1) 1. Nachallnik planovogo otdela Voronezhakoy gorodskoy torgovoy organizateii po torgovle pishcheproduktami. (Voronezh-Grocery trade) AMOM 3. Ne.h.vots, T. P.. pon..&mv., A. 1. 30V/153-2-2-S113i C TIM: Chroaldl.. All-Calm ComptItIM for the Beat Students- paper Concerning Chemistry and Chemical Technology for the 3wholattlo Year 1957-1956 (Xhromilka, 190-yu.nyy kankre as lachaboys st.d4..hs.kvyu rabazu p9 khiail I W.iche key 0-kkeelseli *a 1957-1958 nabobs" ged) ' PUIDDICALI noh*buykh sav.d.siy. Chislys I khiai.tL.#- luvestiy. vyss1ki;b keys tokhoologlys. 19% Val 2, NT 2. pp 303-304 (USSR) ADMACTi The 2"isStratio v7sabego obrazovanlyn. 3331'(Zlui.try fc, r of the USSR) ce~iwd out the oompatil an mentioned In the title, eLthla the framework of the Stsd:40:0~y* man.hW. obahchostra, (scientific Student 3001 %is ) om-ring 37 object. of scion... technology, &r1o, mad culture. The Loningrad.kly tokhmologich--kir insti. let imell Leasoveta (Leningrad Technological Institute &ms.ovel) was easmst.d with the subject *Cbesistry and Chemical Technology-. L commission see formed consisting of Professor T. 3. Alaskovsklyt T. P. Ma.boysto (Chaim"), r. P. ft"losov, A. A. Petrov, 3. A. Foray-foshise, 0 " Do..nt P. 1. Tablon.kly. &ad Candidate of Cb.aiasl Balance* _ _ following persons acted we oritles; fte Professors A. F. aabyah.v, A. M. QLnetling, r. S. leffe. X. 1. Koyaglalch.w, L. T^. Xr..S.v. A, B. Kuwo,, a. a. Makov, 1. 5. Naslest%skly. K. ?. Mishoh.uka, TO. T. lbrachavoklTj with the collaborators, 1. 1. 70.-ff. gavodrazon, V. T. Parokallso A. L. Rotlay", A. 1. Selalklat A. T. Storaskim# and T. A. Pavorokajawith collabora. tore, 4. M. thalstskiyj Docento. I. To. Lki., L. 1. Raton.r, N. 1. all-dands'shol., 0. P. Ginfburg, 1. 1. Dlyakomo,, S. 9. Zhavoroaok# S. 1. Zhllovg To. J. tooklut P. 1. Sokolov, 2. P. narosteake. 1. 2. 3yabov, A. T. Mmohoh.alLol Cmwr~ ~W, 1. IF. leff*1 candidates of Science.: 2 ; 'em. F. Tarlyirs Magineers: Kostyrove, So yush 11sobly. the paper -Synthesis ead 5.1f-axidti.s of the p-Di- Smoosdary lhtyl-bouseaem lay V. S. Swraorodnlyj rlfth-yoar stadout of the Toros hok, goondarstv."yy unli.ralt t ( Mato Is rit 4 Vo- *Verde& a modal for Mud cart 2/5 %he beat. The seacad'aandidate for th-modal Is the y1fth-7mr-studont of $be Uys,akiy go..daratva"ry nal-r,t- to$ (Elyse State University) C. Y. LY&ah*v. He submitted the paper 'Elastics of the 000-stotionarY CaWytle Decompo- sitimm-prosess of Zydrogsm-pvoxId# us Pl.tions-, ?he third a, del was awarded to the Fourth-7ser-studwats of the lvez.vokly khtolko-tokbacloglob.okly institut (Xv"ovo Chesioal-toohmo2agleal Institute). D. T JWINLkATAL. T. T. Simagina, and R. E. paper: method of contiguous R.Con.ratlon Of ZIO-ablarid. From Was%* Water of the Linesh" Plbr* F&atoryo. Alsl4e. 1 t1was three M*vs, %b0 commission selected further 0 #over& Whlo h deserve publicatioa owing to their maturity and originality. The papers "a: *Utilization of phagpbo- room Gypsum for the Production of Local Coo.tructloa. Mading Materials- by the Foarth-7mar-students of the Ivano,o institute (..a above): A. T. Tochilo- -4 A. A. Fo4eyoval -Study of the Influence of the Dispersion of Polymer Doing Disintegrated. an the card 5/5 W.Ight. by the Tblrd-ym" of the No.kowokiy Means 1, ChromLaIG. "I-VOLDS CoMP4tition for the 3%%VAG-PSPer CoMear4ing Chemistry and Chealaal Technology for-the 3sholastic To" 1957-1950 S*kbowlselobeekly lostit.t I.Skay prasy.kjlew~astj (A6.00. Tombsological Institute for Light Industry) T. 1. Gor*411avl 31 y of the Catbodleal, polaziXation at the preaivil.tion :t =1m Prom 3alphlds-solutiona- by the Fifth-Tes.- as"Ost of the Orel kir politekhmi.b.skly imalitut (Ural InstiM) T. 0. -Cold Wtv,astion From Watery by %he Pifth-7awr stedents of the Volkovskiy kbImIko.t*kAm.IoSzb-#k1y lowli$ut 16441 D. 1. Ne&4.lsyov* (mosoov Chenical-tsebclogical lassi 4% "a Least D. 1. 564461SYST) L. T. achlin. T. A. 30riso'. an; 2. Braks 63omw rawastietions of the Yciesaisates or Rubbers Containing Carwazyl. by the of the Tarealavskiy tokkaolociabaski-y lastitut, 8411, Institute) 0. 1. Kanazawa and T~ A. SUb-dricheval Investigation at the Cathadia "a Amodle ftoose..s at Cold- 9121184' by the FIfth-POr-studcat of the LosUgradakly Satz- selegiahmatty tuetitut La. Lausaw.ts. (Lemiagr.4 Technological Institute Smut Lensovit) 1. A. Noseval -Spectral Deteral Card 4/5 ties of Nolybd.num aad Tungsten 14 by the ThIrd.yeamr-stvAest of thi" gliNimavakir 4vsud&xat-mayy*- Ivereltes (Xishim*v State University) T. A. at bloblartne-stbame by Ua-fat In toem-amittlon- by the ftarth-10mr-studants of the 9486askly k,1lwl1Q-tdkZno- ifficiankir is,atitat (FAssait chmaiasi-isabsaiagicia la.titutoy L. 1. 11makina. 2. A. #u%tdi.ov, and T. 0. T."a petition has sb4am a hAgh standard of the seleatifi. ressaxvh work In the circles of The 31%4#*- wha:~oye laschpys obaboh.atvo (3oIswt1fI9-sxwA4nt-ooI*- of may '601'armitles. c ZU -V F,; ~:Q ;CM IMAR-TIKO-1, I V. , MIM~5' V , YU. V . -FS - M;N. N. st-udy of the strains of' tick ence-.-Slitis isolAted in the foci of the Primorye region in 1956-1Q,5?." p. 54 Desyatoye Soveshchaniye po parazitologicheskin problema,-.1 i prirorInoocI-La,~,cv,vm bol--:.,nys!T-. 22-29 Oktyabry*. 1059 g. (Tenth Conference on PnraoitoloEical Problems and Diseases with Natural Foci 22-29 October 1959), Moscow-Leningrad, 1959, Academy of Medical Sciences USSIZ and Aca~-Irny of Sciences USSR, No. 1 254pp. SOITTIKOVA, A.N.; SOLDATOV, G.M. Isolation of the tick--borne encephalitis virus from the grosbeak Eophona personata magnirostris Har,-'.. Dokl. Irk, gos, naUC.-_"S_'-1. protivochum. inst. no-5:28-29 '63 NTRA 18:10 Case of isolation of the neurovir-us from chiggers. Tbid.:30 SOT111KOW, A,N~ G C harazterist.ics of tick-borne encephalitis strain.3 "Bolated In Chuguyevka. District of the Marltime Territory. Tmidy VladjEVZ n,,.2;24-27 162.. (MIRA 18;3) 1. 1z FrimorEkoy krayevoy protAvochiumoy stantsiJ. .,S,OTNIKOVA, A.N.; SOLDATOV, G.M. Isolation of the virus of tick-borne encephalitis from the flea Ceratophyllus tamias wagn. Med. paraz. i paraz. bol. 33 no-5:622- 624 S-0 164. (MIRA 18:4) 1. Primorskaya krayevaya protivochumnaya stantsiya~ Ussuriysk. SOTNIKOVA, A.N.; SOLDATOV, G.M. Isolation of tick-borne encephalitis virus in jays. Med. paraz. i paraz. bol. 34 no.1:214-115 Ja-F 165. (AURA 18:8) 1. Primorskaya krayevaya protivochumnaya stantsJ,-a, Ussuriysk. VASILITSOV, V.D.; VOLCMKO, M.Ya.; GERTSOVICH,, G.B., kand.ex"On. nauk; ZHARKOV, Ye.I.; K0110VALOV, Ye.A.., kand. ekon. nauk-; MATVIYEV3KAYA, E.D.; OLEYNIK, I.P.., kand. ekon. nauk; RAYEVSKAYA, E.S.,; SKVORTSOVA, A.I.; SOKOLOVA, N.V.; SDTNIKOVA I A - TANDIT, V.S.; TRIGUBMIKO, M.Ye.; FIRSOVA, Yu.V.; 'MMMUNA, V.I.; YUMI11, M.N.; STOROZHEV, V.I., kand. istor. nauk, red.; LEPNIKOVA, Ye., red.; 3-:IPITOV, G., tekbn. red. [Economy of the people's democrAcies in figures for 1960] Ekono- mika stran sotsialisticheskogo lageria v tsifrakh 1960 g. Pod red. G.B.Gertsovicha, I.P.Oleinika, V.I.Storozhova. Moskva, fzd- vo sotsiallno-ekon. lit-ry, 1961. 238 p. 611IRA 15:4) (Communist countries-Economic conditions) VASILITSOV, V.D.; VOLODARSKIY, L.M.; VOLCMIKO, M.Ya.; GAISISF-kYA, R.A.; IROV, N.I.; KARINYA, L.F.; K0110VALOV, Ye.A.; MATVIYEVSKAYA, E.D.; PETRESKU, M.I.; RUDAKOV, Ye.V.; SAYFULINA, L.M.; SRVORTSOVA, A.M.; SOKOIDVA, N.M.; SQTI~L~~CYA, I.A.; STOLPOV, N.D.; SURKO , Yu.V.; T&i, V.A.; TRIGUMIKO, 1-1~.Ye.; FIRSOVA, Yu.V.; SHABIRIINA, V.I.; YUNIN, M.N.; RYABUSHKIN, T.V., doktor ekon. nauk., otv. red.; ALAMPIYEV, P.M., red.; PAK, G.V.J. red.; GERASIMOVA, D., [Ecoromy of socialist countries, 1960-19621 Ekonomika stran sotsializma, 1960-1962gg. 11,oskva, Izd-vo "Ekonomika," 1964. 261 p. (MIRA 16:12) 1. Akademiya nauk SSSR. Institut ekonomik-.L mirovoy sotsiali- sticheskoy sistemy. (Communist countries--Economic conditions) SOTNIKOVA, K, . Method of setting standards for machine turning. Sots.trud 4 no.2:94-99 F '59. (MIRA 12:4) (Turning) (Production standards) G YRANOVSKIY. Ye.;SOTNIXDVA.,K. New book on technical standardization (Technical standardization at a machinery mmifecturing plant by M. Shadmazarova). Sots. trud. 4 no-10:155-158 0 159 (NDU 13:3) (Mach-inery industry--Production standards) M POGREBATIKO, Ye., SOTITIKOVA, K. Instruments for determining efficient sYstens of metal cutting accepted at the all-union competition. Blul.nauch.inform.:trud i zar.plata no.6:44-51 159. (MIBA 12-.9) Netal cutting) SOTNIKOVAI-K.A., kand. med. nauk; KRASIKOVA, V.A., kand.mW4 nauk Thdices of arterial pressure In healthy children during the first three years of life. Vop okhr. materin. dets-, 8 56-59 163 . (MTRA 17s2) 1. 1z kliniki rannego vozrasta ( zav. - prof. N.R.Shastin) Nauchno-issledovatelfskogo rdiatricheskogo instituta ( dir. kand. med. nauk V.P.Spirina Ministerstva zdravookhraneniya RSFSR. SHASKOLISKIY, B.V., kand. tekhn. nauk; SOTNIKOVA K F I inzh.; GAVRILIN, Ye.F.; LUBKOV, A.N.; ZHUCHENKO, L.F.; CHIGIRINA, H.L., tekhnik; ZHARIKOV, I.P., inzh.; ~~' CHERTISHCHEVA, A.Ye.; SHAPOVALOV, Y.K., tekhn1k; MOROZOV, A.M., inzh.; SLIVKO, SA, takhnik; CHERNAVSKIY, GA.,, kand. tekhn. nauk; STRUZU-STRAKH, Ye.I., inzh., ed.; KLIKIND, V.D., tekhn. red.; DEMKINA, N,F., tekhn. red. [General norms for time and machining conditions used in the industry for machining on automatic lathes; mass, large-lot and lot productionjObshche-nashinostroitellnye normativy vreme- ni i rezhimov rezaniia na tokarno-avtomataye raboty; massovoe, krupnoseriinoe i seriinoe proizvodstvo. Moskva, Mashgiz, 1962. 271 p. (MIRA 15:12) 1. Moscow. TSentrallnoye byuro promyshlennykh normativov PO trudu. (Turming"-Production standards) Fx TAl t r L 38308-66 __K#E_(e)/E m LEWP( IJP(C)' JD/ ~IU . . W 6h/0069 4CC NR. AP6012745 ~''/SOURCE CODE: UR/0122/66/000/00 AUTHORSs Romanov, K. F. (Candidate of technidZ-Wc_ien'ces)j Sotnikova, X. F. (Engi- neer) ORG2 none Ila 16 TITLE: The eff ect of the technological conditions of processing on the rate of cutting during the turning of parts made from heat-resistant and titanium materials SOURCE: Vestnik mashinostroyeniya, no. 4, 1966, 64-69 TOPIC TAGSi heat resistant material, heat resistant steel, titanium ontaining alloy, metalworking, metalworking machinery ABSTRACT: Corrective coefficients are applied to the nor P2~ ~in rate for the turning 70f machine parts made from heat-resistant materiall These coefficients take into account the effect of the technological working conditions; they are developed on the basis of studies performed both in laboratories and in industry. Note is made of some discrepancies between the cutting rates predicted from labora- tory tests and those recorded in actual industrial conditions. Turnings of various machine parts and various types of cuttings are compared with respect to feed rate. Several parameters were treated as variables, including the thermal processing of the material, the geometric dimensions of the material, the grade and type of material, and the mechanical properties of the material. Note is also made of the Card 1/2 uct 62i.q.ol4.5s66q.14.o18.44J RTJDNEVA, L.N.p inzh.; SUMIKOVA, K.V.., inzh. YbAfflabving Large asbestos cement sheets on automate' equipment. Stroi. mat. 11 no.~"-:13-14 My 165. (MIRA 18:9) SOTNIKOVA, L.G., ordinator Blood proteins in normal and pathological pregnancy as shovn by paper electrophoreais data. 40 no.6:79-81 X-D '59. (MIRA. 13:5) 1. Iz kafedry almsherstva i ginekologii No.2 (zav. - prof. Kh.1h. Weshcherov) Kazanskogo wediteinskogo institiLta. (BLOaD PROTEINS) (PREGWCT) (PAM MOTROMORESIS) DUfl,,M;VA, V.G.; ~;(JrNiJKOVA) L.G,; YAKIMOVA, 2'."'. Immediate and late resulto of treating a threatening abortion. 0 Nauch. trudy Kaz. gos. med. inst. ll+.-421-423 164. (RTRA 18:9) 1. Il Icafedra akusherotva i ginelcologii (zav. - prof. Kh.Kh. -Meshchero7) Kazans-kogo maditsinskogo instituta. Title- I Transition of the deap.energetiellevela of ferrous atom6 during cold metal deformations Periodical -Dok. AN SSSR-.'102/5, 943 -,9/+5p June 11,, 1955 Abstract I A study of the displacement of the deep energy -levelsp LIjE& L~jj of ferrous* IAYNER, D.I.. MALYSHEVA, L.A., SOTNIKOVA, L-1- Silicon-copper catalyzers and prospects for a considerable econom7 of copper. Met. met- 33 no.8:70-72 Ag 160. - (MMA 13:8) (Silicon-copper alloys) (Catalysts) S/680/61/000/020/00 /0`3 D204./D302 A-UTHORS.~ Layner, D. I., 111alysheva, L. A. and Sotnikova, L. 1, TITLE,, Poisons of the Cu-Si alloy catalystE7, SOURCE, Moscow., Gosudarstvennyy nai;.chno issledovatel'skiy -1 proyektnyy imstitut obrabotki tsvetnykh metallov. Sbor- nik nauchnykh trudov. no. 20, 1961., Metallove('.eniye i obrabotka tsvetnykh metallov i splavov, 14-!6 TEXT: The authors studied V inhibiting effect. of small a3df- tions of Pb, Sn and Bi on V--, italytic activity of 10% Cu, 90% Si allo-..Ts, by rnoasuring the prucuctivity (in g product/kg cata- I in the syntheei!3 ..y3t/h:r) and the percentage yield of '%e Siol 1 9 2 methy-1 chlorosilanes. The allo s were prepared., in carbon boa-ts, from VP1 'Kri silicon. HO (0 copper, t-8 !SV) lead, 01 '01) tin and "Pure' bismuth (according to TY1qYP3jT3-5'~j1 (TUMKhP 315.3-5.4), zhecking the composition by chemical analysis. It was found that- Pb, B-1 and Sn poisoned the catalystl when in quantlties>,10.003, 01 a r di2 :.:-flc: cfF the S/68 6'/000/020/'OCV,,"C-'~I, B~2 04 YD3 0'2 an-, >,0.01:% respectively. S. A. Golubteov, .1. V. P, Icbusevich aided the auth-ura ';n the chem-i'73" part of c There are 2 tables and 3 Sov7~ct-bloc- references. -5, LAYNER, D.I.; MALYSHEVA, L.A.; SOTNIKOVA, L.I. Promoting si-licon-copper catalysts by antimony. Trudy Giprotsvetmetobrabotka no.20:17-19 161. (MIRA 15:2) (si-licon-copper alloys) (Antimony) (Catalysts) TURETSKAYAJ, R.A.; GOLUBTSOVY S.A.; 7ROFIMCJVA, I.V.; ANDRIANOV, K.A.; Prinimall uchastiye: LAYNER,.,D.I.; SOTNIKOVA, L.I.; MALYSHEVA, L.A.. Effect of the-a#~Wof some metals on the activity of silicon-coppe~-,'~&6y~~In the reaction with theyl chloride. j5 7 6-1502 J1 162. (MIRA 15:8) Zhur.prikl.kfii~' ::Tlo. 2,149 1. Gosudarstvennyy,'nauchno-issledovatellskiy i proyektnyy institut obrabotki-tbvetnykh metallov (for Layner, Sotnikova, Malysheva). (Silicon-copper alloys) (Ethane) (Metals) MLLERP N. N.,- _SO174IKOVA, L.- I. Studying certain properties of copper cathodes deposited in presence of various surface active additives. TSvet. met. 35 no.10:29-33 0 162. (MIRA 15:10) (Copper-Blectrometanurgy) MILLER, N.N.; SOTNIKOVA. L.I. Effect of additions of surface-active substances on the structure of cathodic copper. TSvet. met. 36 no '.1:21-22 Ja 163. (MM 16:5) (Copper-Blectrometallurgy) (Surface-active agents) SOTMOVAP --!.I* Effbet of =face--aetiva additimin m the structure of cathedle coppers TrWy GlWaswtmotobrabotka na.24tI39- 145 ,65. (mm is lu) SOTNINGVA, L.L., dots.; SEMENKO, L.A., sudebnomeditainskiy ekspert (nartkov). How did you dare? Zdorovle 6 no.4324 Ap 160. (MIRA 1328) (ABMION) 0 - SOTNIKOVA, L.L.,; TUNINA, E.L., (Kharikov) Significance of medical documentation in medicolegal expertise on living persons. Vrach. delo no.11:117-119 N 161. MIRA 14:11) (MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE) iESj;GITEi,0IT, Blectro,~.;hr,r,Aic sti;dy of the blond so,-=. In normal pregnancy and late toxica5i5. Nauch. trildy 1-:P-Z. ps. med. Inst. 1L:485- 486 164. (,II;LA 18:9) 1. 11 kafedra ak-usherstira -i ginekologii (zav. - prof. Kh.Kh. Meshcherov) Kazanskogo meditsinskago instituta. SOTNIKM'Aj, L.G. Comparative data on the study of glycoproteins and sialic acid of the blood serwm in nomal pregnancy and in late tozicosis. Nauch. trudy Kaz. gos. med. inst. 14:549-550 164. (MIFA 16:9) 1. 11 kafedra ak-U3herst-va. i ginekologii (mv. - prof. Kh.."Ch. Meshcherov) Kazanskogo neditsinskogo instituta. MARTYNOV, M.S.; POTAPOV, V.P., inzh., retsenzent;.SOTNIKPVA_, M.A., inzh., retsenzent; SHISHLYKOV, Ye.S., inzh., red.; VOROTNIKOVA, L.F., tekbn. red. (Transportation of perishable goods] Parevozki skoroportia- shchikhsia gruzov. Moskva, Transzheldorizdat, 1963. 331 P. (MIRA 16:7) (Railroads--Freight) (Refrigerator cars) 1. SOTHIKOVA, YI.P. 2. UZOR (600) 4. Georgiev, 1:IA1 7. "Slavic alphabet beforc Cyril and I-lethodius." Reviewed by M.P. Sotnikova, no. 3, 1953- 9. Month List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, APR-TL 1953, Uncl. SOTNIKOVA, N. Clinical medical confe-7ences at Zh1obin. Zdrav, Bel. 7 1no.6168 Je 161. (~EDICINI-w CONGRESSES) %ML-iA 15:2) SHMALIXY K.V.; NAAAMANSONY G.L.- M-LL114IKOV , Ye.L. (Kharlkov); BORINA, M.Ya. (Kiyev),- SOTNIKOVA) N.A'.. BOiGHOEVSKIYY M.A. (Ode5sa) Primary drug resi6t=ce in pulmonary tuberculosis. Vrach. delo no.l: 98-100 Ja 162. (MIRA 15:2) tTUBERCULOSTS) (BACTERIA, EFFECT OF DRUGS ON) 24(7) rMASS x BOOK SIPLOOrTSTDOW WV/*ITOQ V64410YU100060 SOW-1shchanlya po' spektroskapil. 1956 AtOMAWS WP0IMrQskcVi7& (Materials or the 10th all-Union 113"t-SOOPY, 1956. Vol 21 Atomic 3peatroseopy) 0 p . r lakogo univ., 1958. 568 p. (Seriess its: MA- ru *sklr sborWk, vyp.4(9)) 3,000 copies printed. AdatIcada ftonsoring Agency% Akadesdya nauk SUR. goalselys po spektraskopil. WItOT141 Boards G.S. lAndeborg, Academician, (Reap. Ad.)j B.S. N*Por*nt, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical 3olenc*s; '-L. ftbelinokly, Doctor of Malcal and Mathematical 3clencee; V.A. Fabrikant, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical 3clences; T.G. Zor&tWdy, Candidate of Technical 3clencenj 3.M. Rayakly, Candidate of PhyaIa4L1 " Technical Salroc&6; L.K. KlImovskaya, 04ndldate of Physical SM MathwatIaLl Jelencts. V.3. PLIlyanchuk (Deceased), Doctor or Physical and Xatbematical ftlenves; A.Te. flauberman, Doctor or Physic" " Mathematical 3clences; Gazeri Tech. BA.t T.V. 3aranyuk. 2his book Is Intended f~r scientists and researchers In " PUW V IelA or spectroscopy, an well as for technical personnel using spectrun analysis In various industries. COMU09i This volume contain* IT7 scientific and technical studies or atomic spectrography presented at the 10th All-Unlon Confer- once an Spectroscopy in 1956. The studies were carried out by Members of scientific and technical institutes and include extensive blbl.logr4phles of SOv1dt and other sources. The t h s udies *over siany phases of spectroscopy. spectra of rare eart %. electromagnetic radiation, phyalcochemical methods for controlling 7, uranixas production. physics and technology of gas discharge, optics Wd SPeCtroveopy, abnomal dispersion In natia vapor$, spectroscopy wd the combustion theory, spectrum analysis of rrims and silnerals. photographic methods for quantitatlve spectrim analysis or jwt&ls " alloys, spectral determination of the -hydrogen content of metal* by means of Isotopes, tabl*3.wid of spectral lines, spark spectrographic analysis, tlaa:a : ., tatl t Q&I study of variation in the parameters of ~&34bration durves. detemin&tIon or tracez or metals, spectrum analysis In awtallurly. thetwochemLetry In metallurgy. " principles practio& or sp*ctrochomicai analysis. I Card 2/31 Materials of the 10th All-ftion Conreremse (C"t.) offAT00 garabash. A.G. 3h.1. PeXFalasv, R.L. SlyusardC - s l A ; ver n novA- . .X. SmIr :0. L.S. Romanovich, I.J. 3mirankina, S.'K. Uzahova, Posacheva, V. - Kosta"TA A ? h . . ev. . -D. Gorbac - .uscheve, T IP. Toronoia. P. atsova. Kuzn WA N W t k& a l - , ora , a s Atereva, Te g.?,_go ENtbods of SpectrocheaCela Analysis Of' Pul"I-Mat"I for 556 vouriuse ifflAniWas ZAbrw7 or Congress Card 31/32 VALITOVA, F.G.; ILITASOV, A.V.; SOTUXKOVA, N.N.; BACTOILIDINA, S.Yu. Electron paramagnetic resonance stiidy of electrochemically generated radicals of some hydrazines. ghur.strukt.khim. 6 no.5t777-779 3-0 165. (MIRA 18i12) 1. Institut, organichaskoy i fizicheakoy khimii AN SSSR, Kazan'. NRs SOURCE CODE: UR/0379/66/002 .AU7j10R: ~l Iyasov, A ~ V.; Lorin. Ya. A.; SOtnikova, N a N.; Valitova, F. G ORG: Institute of Organic and ]ysical Chemistry, AN SSSR. Kazan' (Institut organicheskoy i fizicheskoy khimii AN SSSR) TITIE: Electrochemical generation of hydrazyl ~~jcals SOURCE: Tooretichoskaya i sksperimentallnaya khimiya, v. 2, no. 1, 1966, 142-143 TOPIC TAGS: electrochemistry, free radical, hydrazine derivative, electrolytic cell, electron spectrum, electron paramagnetic resonance, rodox reaction ,resonator/RE-1301 resonator ABSTRACT:, 'It is known -that organic free radicals of the type * ex,-dz:~Iih -,B-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) are obtained by treating the corresponding hydrazines, with lead dioxide or other oxidizing aef~ats. The authors studied the possi- bility of obtaining these radicals by electrochemical oxidation. An electro- lytic cell containing platinum electrodes, as described previously, was -placed directly into the RE-1301 radiospectrometer resonator. Measurements .were made in acetonitrile, dimethylf amide, dioxane, alcohol, and aqueous-' alcoholic solutions with a h & concentration of about 10-2M/Jiter. Tetramethyl-ammonium iodidg and cn1o ide were used as the suppo.~ting olect a. To im rol prove the resolution of electron paramagnetic spectra, the Jvt 91 11-r- 22 L .31461-66 ACC NR. AP6023114 solutions were degassed by the freezing method. The formation of hydrazyls An electrochemical oxidation of the original compounds can be depic-Ad by the schamet PhN-MI-R + OH Pho N R + H 20 Phe N R,~ Ph2~ N R + e. e authors have'shown that electrochemical oxidation as v U as Thus, th electrochamical'reduction of compounds of the diph-enylpicry1hydrazineiTtype ,-..lead to the formation of free radicals, the properties and structure of %hich can be studied by the electron paramagnetic resonance method..: UPP.-ff SUB CODEs 07 SUEM DATE: 21jun65 ORIG RE-Ft 006 OTH REFt 004 Card 2L 2 TARABASII*, A.G.; ISYMAYEV, Sh.I.; SLYUSAFMIM,"A.L.- SOT141YOVA AH.P. - SHMOV"VBRMI II.I..; SAMSOMOVA, Z.N.; M*UZ,- L.U.; MUMMA, G.G.; ROMASOVIGH, L.S.; SMIRSWaRk, I.I.; LIPAT07A- VOL; SAM IOU, S.K.; PUGACHXVA, L.I.; USLCHNVAi V.P.; VORONOVA, Ye.!P,,; GOM3ACHSV, P.D.; KOSTARRVA. P.A.; KOSTMVA, N.T.; 77MUTSM&YA., A TSOVA, N. N. .Spectrochemical an lysii of pure metals for impurities. Fiz. abor. no.4:556-562 '58. (MM 1?: 5) (Spectrochemistry) , N.P.; SAI NOVA, 2-1. KARABASH, A.G.; PMULAYZV. Sh.I.;,,,�OTNIWTA, A Determination of impurities in titanium and titanium dioxide.. Trud7 Kom. anal. khim. 12:108-116 160. (MMA 13:8) (Titanium-Analysis) SOTNIKJOVA, N.P.. ROMANOVICH, L.S.; PlffZULAYEV, Sh.I.; KARLBASH, A.G. Determination of impurities in zirconium. ~Trudy Kom. anal. khim. 12: 151-159 160. (MIRA 13:8) (Zirconium-Anal,ysis) S'-',TNILK',IV,II., N..,;. Use of the ge--Ia'.jn rjethiA S1,02 -;n ash, of plants. Foihvo,.n--den:-e nu,.9~sICP9-1,10 S IS4. i%MIRA, 17~,112) 1. TSemrallriyy muzey poch-VGvedenip, imeni V,V.I)okucha-jeva, KAZARNOVSKIY, L.S.; LOKRVITSKAYA, M.P.; LYSBITKO. L.V.; PIVIMM, G.P.; SERGMITED, T.A.; SILA, V.I.; SOTNIKOVA, O.M.; MWKD. 0.Y. Comparison of methods for preparing and analys .ing infusions [with summary in English]. Apt.delo 8 no.1:64-71 Ja-F 159. (MIRA 12:2) 1. Is 11har1kovskogo farmatseyticheskogo instituts, (dir. - dots. Tu.G. Borisyuk) Ministerstva zdravookhraneniya USSR. (EXTRACTS) PIVNNVKO, G.P. rPivnenko, H.P.]; CHAGOVETS, R.K. ("thovet:31, R.K.]j PERTSEV~, I.M.; SOTNIKOVA, O.'f4p . ...... Presence of water-insoluble tannins in the roots of the spurge Euphorbia. palustris. Farmatsev. zhur. 16 no.l,.32-35 161. (K[RA 17-.8) 1. KharIkovskiy farmatsev-ticheskiy institut. PIVNENKO, G.P. [Fivrerike, H.P.3; SOTNIKOVA, O.M. [Sotnykova, O.M.) Producticn of extracts from alkalolid-containing veg6tabie medicinal rw.t material under the effect of ultrasound. F&rmatsev.zhur. 20 no.l.:39-42 165. (M*TRA 18:10) 1. Kafedra tekhnologii lekarstv i galenovykh preparatov Khartkovskogo farratsevtichaskogo inatituta. PIVNENKO G.P. [Pivnenko, H.P.]; SOTN1KOVA1-O..M..'.; KHARCHENFO, N.S. (Kharchenko, M.S.); KUTSEVICH, V.A.; MALAYA, L.T. [Mala, L.T.1; .SkFRONOVAP V.I. Antisclerotic preparation -based on one of vegetable oils. Farmatsev.zhur. 20 no.6:lo-12 165. (MIRA l9gl) 1. Kafedra tekhnologii lekarstv Kharlkovsko,7o farmatsevtichesRogo instituta; kafPdra farmakologii i ka-fedra gospitalinoy terapii Kharikovskogo meditainskogo inntituta. Submitted December 21, !964. KULISKIT, L.A. [Kullslkyi, L.A.], doktor ,; KALYUZEM, D.K.,[KaliuzhnyL, DAJ, doktor med.nauk, red.; KVITNITSrATA,.N.M. [Kvit- u9,tilka, .1.1'', red.; KOGANOVSKIT. O.K. (Kohnnovslkyi, O.H.J. kand.khim.nauk, red.; SOTNIEOVA, O.V. [Sotnykova, O.V.1p,nauk, red.; -,-rdd;; [lUrchyshin, V.I.]. [Sanitary protection of water supplies and industrial savage purification] Sanitarna okhorona vodoisyshch i ochystka primyalovyidi stichny1ch Tod. Kyiv, Vyd-vo Alkad.nauk URMt. 1959* 162 p. NEU 12:7) 1. Akademiya nauk USSR, Xiy*T. Rads po vyvcha4niu.produktyvnukh syl Um. (Sewage-Purification) (Wai*r 4upply-lRygionic aspects) . SOTNIMVA, O.Y. [Sotnykova, O.V.] I. Congress on problem in-the Irotection of natural waters and improving the quality of water. Dop.AN URSR no.9:1300-1302 160. (MM 13:10) (Water supply engineering-Congresses) SOTNIKOVA, R. Sections are our support. NTO no-1:30-32 Ja 159. (MIRA 12:2) 1. Predsedatell sove'-a pervichnoy organizataii Nauchno-tekhniche- skoe.o obshchestva legkoy promyshlennosti kombinata IlZasulauka me- nufaktura." (Latvia-Textile research) VAGNER, Ye.N PODCLTAK, Z.Ys.;_~Y naucl~yy red.; GaFKAN,'M.S., red. (Brief German-Russian forestry and lumbering dictionary] Kra"tkii nemetskoIrusakii lesotekhnicheskii slovarl; uchabnoe posobie dlis studentov i aspirentov lesotekhnicheskikh vuzov. Leningrad, S.M.Kirovs, 1959. 354 p. (MM 14:2) (Forests and forestry-Dictionaries) (Lumbering-Dictionaries) (German language--Diationariee--Russian) SWNOVF M.N., zooparazitolog; Prinimali uchastiyet BELIKOVA, N.P., parazitolog po iksodovym kleshcham; TATARINOVA, L.G., virusolog; KARABANOVA, E.M., laborant; SOTNIKOVA, T.I., laborant Zooparasitic characteristics of a natural focus of tick-borne encephalitis in the central part of the Maritime Territory. Trudy VladIM no.2%27-32 162. (MIRA 18:3) 1. Iz Vladivostokskogo nauchno-issledovatellskogo instituta epidemiologii, mikrobiologii i gigiyeny. SOTNIKOVA, V., LOSHKAREV, M.: YESIN, 0. "The Polarization during the Deposition of Tin frcm Acid Scluticns of its simple Salts". Zhur. Obshch. Khim., 9, No-5, 1939. Laboratory of Theoretical Electrochemistry, Urallsk Industrial Institute imeni s.m. Kirov, Sverdlovsk. rcd. 27 Jan 1939. Report U-161h, 3 Jan 1952. a 9 0 0 o 4 All 0 0 "e-0 0- 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 111 0 , % Is 1A is 16 it a 30 as v Is 34 a 26 v a 20 a ~A I--r- -2A I I It I -L - -L -M I*-IX OR 13L 0 0 A F" PSOC11,111 AkC 04001 *w- in so mmumm"a 6m 00 dak ammilploar 008 0 9 00 a 0 centratiomW charsew and Is expresped by, : Fls(I - i/kA). The condid Ions am discharged in binary ejectrolyteli dept - f wWh is the stabili f t I oremos setor o any ( complex salt,i) In addn. to the polarization and ution amonipanyiniq the prmess. 0. Nf. KO 00 :4 i 00000060000*00681 0 0 0 0 1 9 0 0 0 0 * 0 a 0 00 41110 a 3 11 v Ad a 16 v I's is Rl 41 a 43 4!v 0 odtift of WN. A. y of the -00 'Oo TIN ds upon foe y of the =0O depolari- *Poff XOO woo goo coo g00- 4000 l i goo o-&, ISO t W A METALLURGKAL LITERATURE CLASSIFICATION age slow tilt ILV- ---w woo Islasa wit amy deg A 411411 ON GIIV All Sam V -1 v -C-1 T AA A, I Is OW 0 0 9 1 N As 003 It ' 1 .11 j A 11, all I ", 0 0 to to It OR at a If Is SOTHIKOVA, V. 'The Capacity of the Double Layer and the Determination of the True Surface of the Electrode in the Process of Taking Polarization Curves,* 13, No. 9-10, 1943. 14br., Ural Industrial Inst. im. S. M. Kirov, Sverdlovsk, -1943-. A 4 P_ Z A-. OW I I 10 1 1 Aa z- 1, onto) on the hbleda of dw ~ 46"aw" ed as. go A IT I.Asliksurev, V. Unilsom and A Kryukova (Ind. Ch.. Teimw., I vsnovo) ~ ph CIM". (U a q a.) 00 . ;;14, - voltage 21. 219-=7)(in Ru current- curves of + 11911(h solos. in The presICOM W Mr- I&M-ective compds. (the catlRO& be conow of 00 3 puts: (1) At low vultaffes -P (bd..%Pt O.W V.) an 00 equation 1 -0.029 fall (I -DID@) is Valid. Disthecd... and Do the "limiting c.d." (2) At valtagn between so about 0.03 and 0.4 v. the cA. is equal to Do. .(3) It rapidly Increases at even ffeater Voltalres. 16 is pro- got J! ~, cc . porthxxxj to the conce. of SeSOV between 0-03 ans! I N. so .3- anif is Incremard by stirring. It the cathode nuilift to r.p.m.. P* Is neirly plopottleaw to WIA; th6 dwws Ilat 00 1, h, 4iffuslon dets. the value of Do. At a con-t. catscoi. of SnSO. (023 N in 2 N HOX). of ' -octive Atput V111 (0.005 mol./l.)v and of gelatin I g.11.), at IS% D. im- J!i creams from a- and ill-suLph" ~141 X 10-4 amp./sq. TE totityrool(4.5),axylend Kt&N, PhMis, i7r gmabol.. hydroquinone. and Pb"KA (98 X 10-1 amp. When Do Is Ifts than 10 X cm. 10-4, the 9n deposit is smooth mid mirrorlilte. Dipbenyl- amille aho produces smooth So deposits. The effect of 1610 O_T M W I 1., 1 k_ of -00 iurface 0( Its fAr from the thew smidn. wrents 6 attributed to their adsorption by the they are displaced from the Sn deposit. The wWrIttion reduces the working am electrocapillary max. This explains the third branch of J of the electrode and. hence, also the apparent c.d. When the cuffent-voltage curve. The current efficiency of Sn 41-1 the voltage is raiwd, The adsorbed mob. are dispWed by is IOD176 up to about 10 X 10-4 amp./sil. cm. for all 11,0 front the efec. double lam in the same manner " addn. agents tested. 1. SLA NITALLUXGKAL LITERATURE CLASSWCATICW ; 10 ire 0 =00 roe coo coo roe Coo 40411 300 Nolb Un AV 'a &I FW o of 4 1 Er III S a a 3 6 V ; 0 a tE in An 1 dn( *Is 0 Ml 0 0 000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 Effect of surface. active subetances *a the cathodic dep usition of radauum. V. ;~'"ilwv-& .111.1 M. [~!IkAr' V. Zn'i,,. -,I illwii. Chcm.) ZO. 755 -fill Iwo-, Io Kho it deem.1%le OIS(), (0.2M N, 11,80. OAM N, tit, I. I5'I1-s-!bq-CIIl.ut mily 1,, 111 ILI tjw_-q.,m. fly thv ~uldn. of 1 11., 1. of gul.i- tob. A almji ittwe sub,Lautiiii lowering tits is obutitted lpy fit,- Aoog '%ith t1w gcLttill. of I of 4111C of III, ~ -.' 11i,tv Ph,Nfl. xyk-n.1, 1 2. C..110 ?it. or thymol; thv- deptic-,ti, i to, rcslj.. 9.11. 9.f.. d. 1. and .1.8 Ina. N(I' Col. Simultaneous SAIII. of Ou .1th all 5 of the above subttautts, along with ) x 1. _if )zt-Lti in, depres,ed i Islas low im 0. 1. Under I hew om - life Cd di l4l,,it bemmes wry bright. Sarmig d. frivt, of lowering of i, iLCT'C4it Of tile imlarizitiowi, aml I'ttRIAmmog of Ill, de"it. are obtained fly lite oldn' ..( Of the AI9IVC SUNICIUMS to (hc Kelmitl~qlfllg tl~trol.vtc. l4krtiralArly the Itisir I-CIJI;Oll 4- l'b:.\Il Tlw ItoUrimfion ~tctte& flut amoinjuisfying thl: dep-m. liq Ill fill: c.d. W analogy with ximiLir "ll'trVistiou, Im tit, I. III *urI-&Cr-i&CtjvC substAnt" of. tile VIct-er.-h- I"I'lloto of SAS, tht'be effects art attrilm(ed to lite f,Wfli-s- twii ,fit c-Athudefilitsitstwnicable tonieutcution-kouvi-t ;if uffiriently high poUrizitiouts. It is noteworthy th..i so, If -I filin can form only in the combined pre-itiove of IgelAtin) awl at Iraft two surhlce~clive culutmb. N. Thuil /aTh ff f, substances thAt lower the surface tension on itx c IV tionalcadmium, P: Gf.. cl".. vs, U1161. traoil.41 Rat). S-v C.A. 44. Kn4j. It . %t USSR/Chemistry Ele6trblysis. Apr: 51 "New El-actrolytes for Tinplating," V. I. Sotnikovap M. A. Loshkarev "Zhur Prik Khim" Vol MV, No 4, P 361 Examd dispersion capacity of Stannic sulfate elec- trolytes with addn of colloid and of cl.- and,/9,naph- thol, thymol, and diphenylamine. Detd porosity of deposits under same conditions. In accord with~ previously established presence of great chem polar- ization in electrolytic deposition of tin fronL solns with above additives, found dispersion capacity, and fine cryst structure of deposits and low porosity 182T41 IUSSR/Chemistry - Electrolysis (Contd) Apr' 51 of deposits. Calcd consumption of additives. With higher quality of plating as compared to that, ob- tained from phenol baths, consumption of additives is 30-50 times less than that of phenol under same conditions. 182T41 ,4 New cloctrolvite,; fi.I fill Plating M. A. P,Afad~ 'Khritl-M-MI At A,m '41. 'I Ippho'l t Z Z11 P. I le-lift- -atr rrl4,rl^l h .... f it O-Ov -,f pit.-trojvfr4 ti-rd fit plathig ,;it. flit, A%. ai,,j i .... L., .10.11 "Ilibil I.- -I lit, "Tel, ".4, it, "q; I."Il .1 ".11.1 fir I-V l"mg 'Smpl.- I':-- -it-11 I%- KO-11111 '-d 1 1-111 - ll I- I. er it 0-6 ..mqd 4 114"1. all., I, fit I 1~4' t I, f tile ptocco of 111,11tilig fil,1114te,I 1111, It) IT .$It 11. 10 sallailer thall (Ile tvi'sumptioll of phortiol under similm (tiside iltiol at tile sAllse time Ifighrit quality oleiiiiiit.-I %%cre oll- t4illed. 1). F. tlrt,~t% Effect of H20 2 Upon the Potential of the S/073/60/026/004/013/018/XX Oxygen Electrode on the Oxidized Surface of B023/Bo64 Steel in Alkaline Solution 10-15% H202 are decomposed within the first 2 hours. During 24 hours, H202 was almo3t completely decomposed. Contact with the electrode and increas- ing pH accelerate the decomposition. The experimentally confirmed depend- ence of the electrode potential of the passivated oxide steel in the solu.- tion saturated with air onthe H20 2 concentration was expressed by the following equation: Y = const - A log C H202* Fig. 2 shows that the A values for experiments at which q was measured as a function of the increasing E202 concentration, were smaller than in experiments in which H202 de- composed., This may be explained by the fact that at repeated exactly dosed introduction of H 202' the electrode continues oxidizing, and the potential of each point is shifted toward positive values. Thts shift is the strong- er, the higher the H202 concentration is, which may be seen from Fig. 4: At.certain H202 concentrations, the curve passes through a minimum and the sigh of &Y is reversed. The collaborators A. N. Burmistrova and Ye. N. Chankova obtained for the oxidized steel electrode in 1.86 N NaOH solution Card-2/3 AFAITASIYEV, A.S.; BUMISTROVAY A.N.; SOTNIKOVA, V.I.; CHAMOVA, Ye.N. Effect of hydrogen peroxide on the potential of an oxygen electrode on oxidized steel in alkaline solution. Fart 2: Passivation of an electrode surface and cyclic polarization. Ukx.khim.zk-,ur. 27 no.5:624-628 161. (NUM 14: 9) 1. Dnepropetrovzj~i q metallurgj,~he~ #stitx,, I:afedra fizicli- eskoy khimii. (Oxyieh~ (~O.NidtAion (..Le,;tj.-iC1.Ty)) AFANASIYEV, A.S.; BURMISTROVA, A.H.; SOTNIKOYA, V.I.; CHANKOVA, Ye.11. Effect of hydrogen peroxide on the potential of the oxygen electrode. Part 3: Kinetic mechanism of the electrode process. Ukr.lchim.zhur. 28 no.4:492-495 162. (MMA 15:8) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy metallurgicheskiy institut. (Hydrogen peroxide) (Electromotive force) AFANASfYEV, A.S.; SOTNIKOVA, V.I.; PASHLFPA, Yu.S. 'Ibiourea as an inhibitor of the acid corrosion of ateel. Ukr.khim. zhur. 29 no.12:1317-1321 63. (MIRA 17:2) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy metallurgichoskiy institut. IKOVA, V.111. VOW k~'F_ B;kdovkh. ,/N., a Ic"ok N. is. 1053,.No. 6, Jourral of the '~'Cisncq of by dry-dovidC mW Use. to ttabfflq by wet4eviog after. Food and AgrIculture I mpW mohftnwg. Mis stawty of the fmcWn 0-25--C~5 mm, s:~n~d April 1954 Mee---- ambetterhW Hoes of the a8monatzbWacterhtics of the wH =I. th..gvwt.; - Agriculture and Horticulture abblifty dotemlied *aftmr caplUmsy moistening or on unhw6mated,