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fw S, rs 'r 01F5 .0 0. 9. k OF a Vs. 'wUl 17 1 Fill f, 1: . r~ - J~ sp Af * ;9! r w 6 - . 1 E I -W , I , % g tE 1; I f I c r P. ~jj 14 tp.; 14:41A 14 S/137/61/XC/L I A060/A101 AUTHORS; Taran, Yu. N., Frogrebnoy, E. N., Yasskly. D, 1, TITLE- On the crystallization mechanism of cast iron In revolving crystal- lizer rolls PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal. Metallurglya. no. 11, 1961, 3-4, abstract 11TI; (V sb. "Polucheniye izdeliy Iz zhidk. met. s tiskoren. kristalliza- tsiyey". Moscow-Kiyev, Mashgiz, 1961. 197-210) TEXTi The authors cite the results of an investigation devoted to the study of the Influence of the forming parameters upon the structure and the characteristics of cast Iron sheet. The structural base of the cast Iron sheet Is formed by a ramified lattice of austenite dendrites, ledeburite Inclusions are comparatively rarely encountered also In the middle of the sheet. As one recedes from the central zone, the size of the dendrites Increases and at the edge portions of the sheet it is poisible to observe the formation of large giant crystals with perfect dendrite form. The nucleation and gr-ywth of su-2h crystals occurs in a wedge of molten metal without connection with ~rystalltza- tion of the surface films. The completion of their growth occ,;rs in tho3e Card 112 On the crystallization mechanism ... S/137/61/000/011/089/123 A060/A101 portions of the melt which, in flowing over the roller surface, maintain the contact with that s-arface for a long time. In the process of growing. the large, little ramified dendrites of austenite depl-Ae the surrounding llq-uid sol"tion of Fe and in the interdendritic spaces ledeburite inclusions with fine struv%-.jre are formed. Under high forming pressures, there is formed a nonuniform fover the sheet length) three-layered structure, whinh has a deleterious effect upor, the characteristics of the sheet. It was established that the optimal interval of the roll pressure magnitude is from 60 to 130 kg/running cm of the sheet width. Forming of the sheet In this interval guarantees the sufficiently homc- geneous structure and satisfactory mecha-ni,!al characteristios of the sheet. (Abstracter's note; Complete translationj A. Savellyeva Card 2/2 CHERNOVOL, A.V. [Chornovol, A.V.]; TARAN, Yu.N. [Taran, IU.M.],- PANCHINA, T.A. [Panchyna, T.U.]- Effect of calcium on the form of graphite inclusions in Fe-C--Si alloys. Pop.AN URSR no.7:931-911+ 161. (MIRA 14:3) 1, Institut liteynogo proizvodstva AN USSR i Dnepropetrovskiy metallurgichaskiy inatitut. Predstavleno akademikom All USSR V.N.Svechnikovym (Sviechnykov, V.N.J. (Irori-carbon-silicon alloys) (Calcium) ZRIVOSM Zvi A. Ye.; T _ Yu, N. _ Characteristics of the structure of higb-strength two.-layer rolls of chromium-nickel cast iron* Isve Ype uchebo save; chern. wt. 5 no.121131-137 162, (KIM 16:1) 1. Dnepropetrovaidy metallurgicheskiy inetitut. (Rolim(Iron nlliB) (Iron-nickel-chromium alloys--Metallography) CHERNOVOL, A.V.; TARAN, Yu.N. Inoculation offaamt iron by zinc.. Lit.proixv. no.4-.19k-20 Ap 16). (MUL .16:4) (CaBt ironF--N6t&.Uurgy) (7AAC) -AhAN, Yu.N.; Glii,~RAIA, A.V. Effect of the rate of' cajt irun cooling on the efficiF.-ncy of inoculants. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav. ; chem. met. 6 no.9:181- I a/. 163. (141RA 16:11) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy metallurgicheskiy institut. CREMAREV, A.P., adadenik; GRL'D--',V, A.P., !,::.nd. tekh.nauk; TARAII., Yu.11., kand. tekhn.ziz,uk; ZILIBERG, inzh.; IMULENN, V.Kh., inzh.; DERCJLCH' A.Ya., inzh.; LITINSKIY, L.M., inzli.; IL;57-RCVA, G.V., inta. SMOY1,210, V.D., inzh. Reducing metal sticking on Ue rolls during the hot rolling of stain- less tubes. Stall 23 no.7.-631-635 n 163. (14IRA 16:9) 1. AM UkrSSR (for Chekmarev). (Pipe mills) (Steel, Stainless) JT~N, Yu.N. [Taran, IU.M.); CHERNOVOL, A.V. [Chornovol, A.V.) _I _ Formation of spherulitic graphite. Dop. AN UHSR no.11:1486- 1489 164. (MIRA 18:1) 1. Dn*propstrvv*kty notollurgicheskly inotitut I Institut problem litlya AN Ukr6SR. KRIVOSHEYEV, A.Ye.; TARAN, 1U.N. ---------- Characteristics of the microstructure of rolls made of nickel- manganese cast iron. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; chern. met. 7 no.2tl47-152 064. WRA 17:3) 1, Dnepropetrovskiy metallurgichookiy institut. E~IININA, Yu.~.; yll q _ - . S - . , '. r I ~!'~ of 11Piot r,"Iriril thr-, mlemrinutynis of r4jj,)y4!'! 11 ~- " tI tron. .' iv. I -i b. 10 no-41'40 1 Id. - (MIRA 1'1:4) 1. .9nopro.retrovskiy a-,tallt.irr!icheskiy inif.itut. TARAN, Yu.N. (Dnepr ope trovak) ; LEV, 1.1a. (Dneproretrovsk); YATSFNXO, A.I. BELAY, G.Ye. (Dnej-!-r,tA;Ur;v,-~k); Prinimall uchastile: GERASIMCVA, T.I., inki.j KURASOV, A,N. . Specific features of the eutectic crystallization of cast iron in- noculated with corium. Izv. AN S&SR, Met. no.3tl3l-139 My-Je 165. (MIRA 18:1) 1". Y(,. , dol,~ tor te 1-hil. nauk; y te'nJu).nauk; lu..".) lnzh. T vt -stil7ating the laothr-:-,al riecompo5ition of aijnt..,-J ~r Lc cixomt!=-nickel cant iron. L!". c..'Azv. no.7:22-24 JI l-,5. Omliu, BUINA, Yu.X.j TARAN, Yu.N. M.neticts of tl,-a. lsotlp-rnal transformations of austenite in white ch.-omium-nickel cast iron. Izv.vya.ucheb.zav.; ch,-rn.met. 8 no*6: 151-155 1659 (VJRA 18:8) I* Dnepropetrovskiy metallurgicheakly institut. Aja.; TAWN KALINPIA, L.T., NIKOLAYEV, N.A. i It"ffect of ancmalnu3 structure on the properties of chilled Magre3iUM j3. u-::.wb, za;r.; chern. mt. 8 no.7sl69-174 165. caat iron. Izv, -r (MIRA 180) 1, Dnaprovskiy metal lurglchevokiy institut. BUNIN, K.P.; LEV, I-Ye., kand. tekhn. nauk; SNAGOVSKIY, V.M,, inzh.; TAHAN, Yu.N., kand. tekbn. nauk Structure of white chromium cast iron. Lit. proizv. no.9:23-24 S 165. (MIRA 18:10) 1. Chlon-korrespondent AN UkrSSR (for Bunin), TARANp jt~.N.; NOVIK, V.I. Kxposure of the granular structure of ~ntite In white cast iron. Zav* lab. 31 no.9:1-110-1111 165. (MIRA 18:10) 1. Institut chernoy metallurgil imeni Bardins. TARAN,-U.N.; SUAGOVSKIY, V.M.; LEN, I.Ye. Microscopic division of the carbide phases in Fe - C - Cr alloys. Zav. lab- 31 n0-9:1111-1112 165. (MIRA 18:10) 1. Institut chernoy imetallurgii imeni Bardina. LEV , I . Ye. ; 6. YF). ; Yu,ii. j YA~:'*~-:N'?'O' A. 1. ti gilt Lng the disur Ji%,ti~..n rA' .-"rWm In cant ".-(,n -wit.~A t.".a hal'p cf un electron probe, F'Iz. met, I ~,t,,talloved, 20 no.2:236-242 Ag 165. 1 (MIRA 180) 1, Dnepr ope trovskiy matallurg(,cheskly inotitut I Nauchnc-issledovatelf- ekLy institut chernoy metallurgii, Dreprcpetr,:vak~ tit Ps" *at- Tat :%%:~,.d4. salt. - U. All."IsAjoilsiole p.sloo4op I No 004 No Oot s.. P.A.Id- Jjj" Pa. 1'..Vv .41 .... I.. U. at 4.1,40 at P" 1k;"Roe ol&L TAP1.4 "J-10 WONS Oft d %..T- .,A% P. j 'Cot a -:a -4.NNITT. an J. OPM am all IMTS 0 J, 1 1, LN, aa- U j -Nft a N, P" row son a Irt Avlo. 0 A"q P04,10A e~Tewoo ow."ou" Tortil'b" imam" v 9,91A Via ATTWITS~%,o a-"- &I pe"Idwo valoaso"s, ON% -subal~ , --vi, "94% Pass "" eAvinow, sowassid a%& X to - 0) So IC to - 0) vwoop .01,ST.M. .41 -au %1."* *Aad an J~RAJTS woolofteop 'Of? P-3 tionTpows -T 0041T -T im v:'SuT Pit PAN." %a two 0%% IM pluag -" W AS;s .11 ON-I, Ova "J Oft al ."as 'S.14-ow ATIOT a OWT fe vwqs ja w3vp .."itsovu. . 1 (6. Joel .."If 0q sea it %too" 0~ a* sours, toTT.Sd 90,140 a.** it,. 600ASTAMS p"061jiss.diag TIN, ltuwv,1%3:.d at "T'LlPaWs evirs saiw .4mve. ONOWOM I.TZ-62.1"D W"% AsIong 0% wtiNow im"To 040 as *"aAWD so *a d :I "4121q. a ",,"PVT "I J. IN.adwas a" soon I 01-no aid- 012VTO a Arl"'I'lle %s" '""n ... ... low Ir .1 A.,- at .(c JON V"zu ... a" PON 4"*AVVW Pipe (jr"gl A&M, -8 41 P I.I..p ".. .", ; !-% .- O..Jjvo sysolop's saw --aw ivii-i-mo P-,,,,n- TWIVS" so a Isom GqA ISM .0"T gl"lftmft 4MA&M Its" P.N"Pad J, ras-"A"VrVV=-n '-P-d -Avp%TW," war ..S.Nd, I soon" t"W"Ov LUSECHIKOV9 V.I.; MAJOIKOV, A.A.; TXM, Yu.V. [Dynamic Polarization of protons In hydrogen peroxides and +ertlarv butyl) Dinamicheskala poliarizatsiia protonov v pe- rekisiakh iodoroda i tretichnogo butila. Dubna Ob"edinennyi in--t iadern kh 1 1 1961. 7 p. IMIRA 15:1) 8~ ( so .1 (Proton Hydrogen peroxide) (Butoxy group) 5 /61/003/011/057/056 (I,- " B 138 AUTHORS: Lushchikov, V. I., Manenkov, 1, ;1 ;,.a Taran, Yu. V. TITLE., Dynamic polarizat!on of proteri -rrad.lated polyethylene FIRIODICAL: Fizika tyerdogo tela, v. 3. nc, 961, 3503-3508 TEXT: The authors investigated possibilitie5 -~f producing targets with aligned protons. Some experiments with poly4~.-.Ylena are described with reference to work carried out by G. Hwang and T K. Sanders (Ref. 3. $s0 below). Fig. I shown the experimenial arrange%,t-.,v Dy m9ans of which imultaneous observations can be made of -magnetic resonance and : 19otron paramagnetic resonance at helium tewptraiures.1.9300-Mcps vibrations (NI02-mode) were excited in the cavity The amplitude of the primary osoillstions were kept at a low (--G 00t -1) and constant level by means of an automatic level trimmer. Variou3 typeg of polyethylene were atudied; (1 ) TT3B171 (P3-VP1 ) - viscosity 3.2 (2 ) IMT2 (PITP2) - via- cosity 2.6 poise, (3) 7)P1,(PZNP) - low The specimens were bombarded by fast neutrons for 20 hours at Thi rise in proton polarization was determined in terms of the amplification factor I Card 1 ~/~d~/61/003/011/037/056 Dynamic polarization of protons... '!~"u"/Bt38 which in the ratio of the nuclear magnetic rtl~,--~,ce signal in the came of aturation of the electron resonance of the F-.crit~rti to the signal without : aturation of the F-centers. This factor wi%h the molecular 'Osight of the polymer chains. Between 1.6 anx Ir, was practically independent of temperature. Nuclear spinl&-,.-.a relaxa%lon time was determined from the drop in the nuclear mag:%~_ roscnance signal. Both build-up and decay of nuclear magnetic resorv-._-~ az-e characterized by two time components, a long one and a short one, is some 30 % of the long component. This is explained by the cf two kinds of protons. Protons near the F-acentera have a time, protons far from the parimagnetic centers have a lcng ~o ~Lxaticn time. The polarization of the second kind is due to sp.. 7.1fuson, F. L. Shapiro, V. A. Milyayev, P. A. Krupchitskiy, and B I are thanked for their interest and assistance. Th&re are 5 1 table, and 5 non- Soviet references. The two most recent refi8r;~).nI-;_i!j %c English-language publications road an follows: G. Hwang, T. M Si.-tvisrs. Proceedings of the 7-th International Conference on Low Temperatu:rio PhyGics, University of Toronto, p. 98, 19601 0. S. Leifson, C. D. Bull. Am. Phyn. Soo., no. 3, 1961. Card 2 Y )jj6l/OO3/011/037/056 Dynamic polarization of protons... B108/B138 ASSOCIATION: Fizicheskiy institut im. P. N. Lebedeva AN SSSR Moskva (Institute of Physics imeni P. N. Lebedev AS USSR Moscow) SUBMITTED, June 26, 1961 Legend to Fig. I - r1 - 900-kcps-gentratort r2 - nuclear magnetic resonance generatorg r3 - 3r-12 (Z0-12) audio-frequency oacillatorl V1 - hf-amplifier, V2 - lf-amplifierg Y~ - 660-cps resonance amplifier, Y4 - automatic frequency control amplifier, A - detector, Ca - synnhronous detector, K8 - crystal detector, ilk - klystron supply, saturation olystront An - attisnuator, Ca - matched load, ~q - ferrite rotor, rv, - helium cryostat, A8 - nitrogen Dewar, K - coaxial cable, 0. - resonator cavity, ,I. s~, modulator coils, M. r . o. - water-cooled magnet, 0 - oscilloscope, CTI. :)JTiT-09 (EPP-09) recorder. Card GULtKO,,,A.D.L TkM, YU.V. -- Production and use of polarized resonance neutrons* Atomeenergo 10 no,5:506-508 Yq 161& (MIRA 14:5) (Noutrono) I tjj~ I ~! B/iol/63/005/001/036/064 B108/B180 AUTHORSj Lushchikov, V. I., Manenkovp A& Asp and Taran, Yu. V. TITLEs Dynamic polarization of protons in lanthenum-magnesium binary nitrate PERIODICAL% Fizika tverdogo tela, T. 5, no- 1, 1963, 235 - 236 TEXTi Earlier work on the dynalic polarizdtion of protons (FTT9 5s 3503, I.961) is continued here. (La,Ce )2M83 (NO 3)12 *24820 single arystala were gyawn from a saturatea La solution with an appropriate addition 2Mg3(NO3)12 of Ce2Mg3(N0 3)12 . The sample was placed in &.resonator so that the hexa- gonal crystal axis was always perpendiculir to H 0 the externaA. ;.aenetic field.. In this position, g,. - 1.83 for-the Ce + ion. The increase in the polarization of the protons in the crystal on saturation of the epr wag det-.rmined from the increased amplitude of the nmr signal from the proton. With fixed epr frequency typical polarization peaks were observed at Mkwhich corresponds to the forbidden transition at the frequency Ho 1 2 Card 1/2 S/18 63/005/001/036/064 Dynamic polarization Of ... B108YB180 Vexc T vnucl 0 The greateot,4ncresse in polarization was found at 1.60Y in a field of 3700 00 for a crystal with 0-5,4 Ce- 'In thin case, the proton polarization was 170 times greater than in thermal equilibrium. This de- creases somewhat when the temperature falls to 1-50K. Measurements of the coefficient of dynamical increase in polarization in dependence on the power of epr saturation showed good agreement with the'simple phenomenolopic3l theory of spin diffusion (0. S. Leifsont C. D, Jeffries. Bull. Am. Phjs. Soo., 6, no- 3, 1960; Phys. Rev., 122, 1781, 1961). The same ap3lien to the nuclear spin-lattice relaxation time in dependence on the Ce * con,.,en- tration in the range 0.2 - 1-,4 (at constant temperatures between 1.5 anti 441 1;70K)o Between 1,5 and 1.70K, the relaxation time is proportional T_ - any Ce3* concentration. There are 3 fiAures.and I table. ASSOCIATIM Fizicheskiy institut im. P. N. Lebedeva AN SSSR, MoRkVa. (Physics Institute imeni P. K. Lebedev AS LZSR, Moscow) SUBMITTEDs August 6, 1962 Card 2/2 B/lei/63/005/002/009/051 W04/3186 AUTHORSo Keesenikho A. T-o Lushchikov, T. I.j Usnenkovs A& Aso and Tara TITLEt Proton polarization in Irradiated polythene PERIODICALs Flaiks twerdogo t*laq v& 5# no# 20 19639 443 - 454 TEXTt The sin in to find naterials suitable for polarized proton targ,step and to investigate the physical properties of irradiated polythene. To this and the studies-of dynamic polarization in high-density polythene irradiated with fast protons (Y. 1. Lushohikovt A. A. Manenkov, Yu. Y. Tafthl PVT, 3, 3503, 1961) *or* continued. The dynamic nuclear polarization was measured at 77,,- 4.2 and 1*60K In a nagnatic field OfAJ3400 00 using a device described in a previous paper. The 17s9-6 an test pieces were place&. in the coil of an autodyne n.a.r pickup, with the axis of the coil per pendicular to the long side of the resonatoi. 0102 osoillatiorA with a frequepoy of 9440 Mo/s were set up In the resonator. The 4ynanio polariss- iion factor of the protons was deterain*d from the amplification factor of the n.mor. signal at saturated e.p.rof the free radicals formed when the Card 1/3 3/18 IJ63/005/002/009/051 Proton polarization in... B104/B186 polythene was irradiated. Resultsi In the He temperature range, the crose- relaxation under conditions of non-uniform e.p.r. line broadening plays an important part in the dynamic polarization of the nuclei. This can be used to explain the incroase in the broadening of the dynamic nuclear polariza- tion maxima as the temperature decreases, and the f%ot that the dynamic polarization factor does not depend on temperature. The time dependence of the n.m.r. lines in described as the sun of two exponents with relaxation times of Ti and T2# The nuclear relaxation depends linesily on T I and 729 this result being contrary to theoretical predictions (0. S. Leifson, C. 1). Jeffries, Phys. Rev.# 122, 1781, 1961). It is explained on the assumption that the action zone of the paramagnetio'centore is equaliso'l at the expense of fast spin diffusion. The dynamic polarization coefficient diapends linearly on the molecular weight of the initial material. There are 6 figures. ASSOCIATIONi Fisicheakly Institut in* P. N. Lobodeva AN SSSD (Pbjoiof Institute ineni P. N. Lebedev AS USSR)j Nsuohno-isaledovatel%* fiziko-k"jWhenkiy institut in. L. T&. Kerpovat Moskva- (Boientif-SK Physicoohemical Research Institute Imeni L. Y&. Kar&ovp Moscow) Card 2/3 Proton polarisation In,., SUBRITTIN Augmt 69 1962 Card 3/3 8/181163/005/002/09/051 B104/BI86 L 17929-63 RM/WW/MAY EWP(J)/EPF(C)/DR(m)/BJ33 AFFTC/ASD Pe-h/Pr-h ACCESSION NR: AP3001284 S/0181/63/005/006/1640/1642 AUTHORS: Kessenikh,'A. V.; Lushchikov, V. I.; Manenkov, A. A.; Taran, Yul. V.6 il TITLE: Relaxation and dynamic polarization of protons in poly trkyLen2sK SOURCE: Fizika tvardogo tela, v. 5, no. 6, 1963, 1640-1642 ~TOPIC TAGS: proton, dynamic polarization, spin diffusion, nuclear magnetic resonance, polyethylene, molecular weight, ultra-high-frequency IPSTRACT: The authors started with data from V. I. Lushchikov, A. A. Manenkov, and Yu. V. Taran (FTT, 3, 3503, 1961) and A. V. Kessenikh, V. I. Lushchikov, A. A. Wnenkov, and Yu. V. Taran (FTT, 4, 433, 1963) concerning the dependence of dynamic polarization in polyethylenes on the average, molecular weight. They ex- pected the coefficignt of dynamiepolarization to be about 60 when the molecular wdight was 2.3 x 10R. To test this view and to refine the results of the cited study on several samples of polyethylene bombarded by fast papers, th ,PY made this itautrons.)p Measurements were made on a setup described in the first of the above capers, at 77, 4.2, and 1.6K. These experiments have shown that within the limits bf experimental accuracy the resolution of dynamic polarization at ultra-high- frequency output and restoration of nuclear polarization after removal of nucle-Ir- ACCESSION NR: AP3001284 viagnetic-resonance saturation are described by exponents with identical value of the time of nuclear relaxation. This indicates that the theory of spin diffusiom (G. R. Kbutsishvili (ZhETF, 42, 1311, 1962))La equally applicable to dynamic ;,olariz4tion. The measured values of dynamic polarization proved to be smaller than expected and the authors ascribe the difficulty of demonstrating dependence of this property on molecular weight to peculiarities in the'technology of pro-' paring the samples. "In conclusion the authors thank B. I. Kokorev for his aid in the jork and they thank V. L. Karpov, Doctor of Chemical Sciences, for a number of interesting discussions. They also take this opportunity to express their I thanks to T. 1. Terekhov and Yu. P. VY*tskiy for.determining the molecular weight of one sample and X. JC. Slovokhotov ?or studying the infrared spectrum of the aame sample." Orig. art. has; I table. ASSOCIATION: Fiziko-khimicheskiy institut im. L. Ya. Karpova, Moscow (Ph2Ljaj__.~_ and Chemical Institute) SUBMITTED: 2lJan63 DATE ACQ: OlJul63 ENCL: 90 SUB CODE: PH, MA NO REF SOV: 003 OTHER: 001 Curd__2/~_ - ---------- TARO I YU.IG il.l. Defil" of a houtron spin rotator* Atom, onerge 15 no.5t413~-4t4 1 163. (MIRA 16: 12) L 13849-63 -MCWADS AMQIASD~. ACCESSION VR: AP3DO31W 010OS616310"1006121&12IB7 AUTHOR: Tar v J7 on, Yus j ShaPiroj Fo Lo TITLE: Some methods for zation and analysis of polarization of into-r- mediate energy neutrons wari ~SCMCE: Zhurnal ekaper*-~Iteorv fIzIk1p v* "0 no, 6$ 19630 2185-2187 TOPIC.TAGS: medium energy fieutrons, polarization,, analysis of polarization.. compound nucleus spin ABSTRACT: Some posolbilities'are discussed for the polarizqtIon and analysis of polari7ation of neutrons vith resonant energies and higher., based on tho spin dependence of the nuclear interactions, It is shown that a promising method Is to use polarized He suP 3 as an analyzer of neutron polarIzation. The possible use of a polarization analyzer to measure the depolarization on resonance scattering of neutrons in an unpolarized target, The energies at. vhich these methods can be used are discuneed. The strong dapandence of tl,e .depolarization of the neutrons on the spin of the caVound nucleus makes it also possible to determine this spin with sufficient accuracy by measuring the polarization of the scattered neutrons, "In concluBionp the authors take tard 1/2 L 13849-63 ACCESSION NR: AP3DO3158---'- this OPPWtunity to thm* V. ff- Y6fiwv for VaIttable discussionse" Orig. art. has: 5 form%aU and 1 tables ASSOCIATION: Gb"yedinenrW*y institut Yaderrw*kh isaledovoLniy (joint insti-tute of Nuclear Research) SU34MMM: O2APr63 DM AM: 23A3163 ENCL: 00 MB CCDEt 00 ,,Card 2/2 NO REF SOV: 002 % OTHER: 022 L 16997-63 UR/EW(1)/tWP(q)/tW(m)/BDSAPY(n)-2 AFFTC/ASD/IJP(C),/SSD ACCEMION Nlt: AP3005305 S/0056/63/QU/002/0394/0396 AUTHCH: )te&anov,, B. S.; P;irfenoy, L. B.; Lushchikov, V. I.; Taran, Yu. V. 17 6 TITIE: Dynamic proton polarization at 0.5of. ,I SCURGE: Zhur. eksper. i teoret. fiz., V.6 45, no. 2, 1963s 394-396 )ctron MOPIC T=.- dynamic proton polarization., proton spin lattice relaxation 1 roton resonance, lanthanum double nitratoj cerium impurity ABSTRACT: Results are repcrted of preliminary experiments on dynamic proton polar- ization (DPP) in crystals of La2MG3(N03)l2.24H20 with paramagnetic cerium concen- tration of 0.8% (relative to the lanthanum) pp 3~d=toly 0.501K; the experiments' tore intended to increase the por-a ZUTlon A I, ercit the dependence of the p:.~oton polarization amplification coefficient on the external magnetic field at fi=id electron proton resonance (EFR) frequency, the dependence of the amplification co- efficient on the microwave power used to saturate the MR., and the temporature de- pendence of the proton spin-lattice relaxation time. The maximum positive value of the amplification coefficient was 3,29 + 10,p corresponding in a field of 3100 Oe to a proton polarization 8 j 0,5,4o'. It7was found that 1601 of microwave po'Yer Card. I/ L 16 .907 ACCESUON NR: AnOO5305 was sufficient to obtain the maximum amplification coefficient (rdth resonat~cv 4 of approximately 1000), The proton spin-lattice relaxation has a time dependance in the form r.1 ^-, T1.65to.15 vdth TI,, = 920 + 80 see at T = 0.32 t 0-03oX. 1n It Is thorefore concluded that at tomparaturoa b`olow 19K no reduction occurs In the amplification coefficient when the temperature ot the aamplo is substantially de- Icreased. The use of higher magnetic fieldz should yield proton polarizations near 110o%. "in conclusion the authors take this opportunity to thank Prof. F. L. 'Shapiro for his great interest and attention to this work." 1ASSOCIATION: CbI SUEUIT=): 01 Jun 63 !SUB CCD,7,,.- PH institut yaderny,-I;I~ inaledovaniv (qcdnt Institut3 of DA7E ACQ: 06Sep63- ENCL: 00 NO REP SOV.- OD2 OMER; 003 )/6,11)(b) IJP(c) JD/JG/GG 0075.7,46 &J'T(1)1&wTr(r1)1T1;"-'4P(t ACCESSION NR: AP5014197 UR/0386/65/001/002/0021/0027 AUTHOR: Lushchikov, V. I.; Taran, Yu. V.; Frank, A. I.1 %I,.' TITLE: Dynamic polarization of deutrons in a lanthanum-magnesium nijilate coystal SOURCE: Zhurnal eksperimental'noy I teoreticheskoy fiziki. Pis'ma v redaktviyu. Prilozheniye, v. 1, no. 2, 1965, 21-27 TOPIC TAGS: deutron polarization, sjngjp__cU_a_ta_j,_deuterium, heavy water, lantha- num, magnesium compound. nitrate ABSTRACT: An attempt was made to polarize deuterium nuclei by the dynamic method. The specimen was a single crystal of binal lanthanum-magnesium nitrate La2Mg3(NO3)12-24(H20 + D20) with a 1% ?1d" impurity. Part of the ordinar- y water of crystallization in this crystal has been replaced by heavy water. Mass s?ectro- scopic analysis showed a deuterium content in the crystal of 42%. It was foind that polarization in excess of 10% is possible in a magnetic field of 20,000 oer- t steds at a temperature of 10K, which Is much greater than the 1.2% polarization attainable in solid deuterium. Orig. art. has: 2 figures, I formula. ASSOCIATION; Ob"yedinennyy institut yadernykh issledovaniy j~oint Institute of Nuclear ReSearch) qy'~-S~ U ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: NP rMTTED:, ',03Max,65 I Csr NO REF SOV: 002 OTHER: 010 ~_~1-66 ",tiT(1)/VtIT(m)/ETC/EWG(U)/T/EWP(t)/EWP(b)/VdA(m)-2 IJP(c) I RDW/JD/G3 ACCESSION RR: AP5021M mVO056/65/049/0O2/O1W6/V#Oq Y -&Ar yyiqr 9,V, Sir AUTHOR: Wshchikoryj V. I!j NeORT~L_B. S.; Parfenov L. B.; Tam, Yu. VO TITIZI Dynamic polarization of protons in a, rotating lanthanm.-magnesfix, nitrate crystal 5_0 SOURCE: Zhumal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fiziki.. Y. 49j, no. 2$ 1965., TOPIC TAGS: proton polarizatlLn)'Umtbanum compound., spin relaxation , Y (/, ABSTRACT: A new method of polarizing nucleflin ~qdsotropic crystag is proposed$ .consisting of rotating the crystals in a stationary, magnetic field and a weak ra&* frequenay field. The method is' 'based on the theoretical predictions of A. Abragam (Cryogenics v. 3y 42, 1963) and C. D. Jeffries (Cryogenics v- 3, 41, 1963), vberein, ,.the spin temperature is rapidly decreased via spin-spin relwmtion accompanied by .rapid cooling of the system. The authors verified this method with single crystal (1,ap Ce)2M93(N03)22*24H2O0 and obtained an appreciable increase in polarization. The experiments were made in fields from 2 to 6 kDe at saturation frequencies from 60 to 170 Me with the crystal rotating uniformly at 30--600 rpm.- The experiw-ats were made at 1*3K. Amplification coefficients up to -70yere obtained, The &VU- iCard L 5331-66 ACCESSION BR: AP5021M fication coefficient increased with decreuing cerium concentration and with In- creasing speeds Only pooitive polarization vas ob-UXned. Advantages of the method are much less stringent magnetic-field uniformity and stability tolerances,, and the use of radio frequencies in the meter range inBtead'of ultrabiab frequencies. Orig.~ art. has; 3 figures and 2 formulas. ASSOCIATION: Ob"Yedinn Institut yaderzWkh issledovanly (Joint Institute of :Nuclear Research) SUMaTTEDt 03VM6~ ENCL: 00 MM CMES NP., 88 M REF GOV: 000 omcfl: o04 IZV,, Isaak Yefimavich; otv. red.; LIbERMAN, S.S., vod. red.; ANDREYEV, S.P.,, tekhn. red. [Carbide analysis of cant iron) Karbidryi analiz chuguna. Khartkav, Metallurgisdat. 1962. 180 v. (MIU 15:7) (*wt lron--~Metallograp)W) (Phase rule and equilibrium) MT1.!!1!/G--n,-ra1 Biology. Cytology. Pl,-U'.t Cytol,) Abs Jou : Ruf No 1~-, 1958, 71526 Author : Taranavschi Ion T.; Fitroiu$ Natalia-, Iola; Melbcr, Dorothija Inst : C. I. P.-rhon UnivorsiCy Titlo : Cytological Resoarch of Intorgonoric So:,ual Hybrids, Neo-Acgilotrit'Cun7 Noo-Secolotriti- cum anC Forms. Pub An. Univ. 11C. I. Parhon". Sur. stiint. natur., 19575 Fo 14, 129-140 Abstract Tho hybrids of !ioo-Aq&ijotritiqum [Triticum :sn ~Xf 7- YQ1. -Y T. durum .05f. (2 Aegilol,)s ovata (-fT~-7-2-U)T -possess 2n 42, Durin,%- moios s. abnormalitios aro obsorvad, 11 uhich aro charactcristic for hybrids- lho~jovcr, Card 1/2 RMT-OIA/Gon,~-ral Biology. Cytology. Plant Cytolo~y. B-2 U Abs JoLjr R(;f Zhur-Biol.7 Yo 162 19507 71526 nollcn moth,;r cells ar--. obsoviod in w!,.ich rqoio~lis procc~,,d5 norpially, v1iich reflects rostoration of th,.; cystolo-ical equilibriw. Wco-S=.,lotriticum is a prolific amphidiploid Un = '~ff -1!11icb -(!,-;vAopod from cross breeding. T. vu~jara (n = 21) with Sccalc~ caroal~: (n = ZUT-,-~i6 7f subsequent doulb-lfzi~ Wf -t*6(-,' '6hromo- some in Fl. The hybrid T-, durusil var. i,,iql.-.ino- -,)us wid Hordoi' ltr~ctij Kr-2ArLq and p .acum, --.',!ich is prot, isir,-- inturpicAitmi UR.,_ .1 U for futuro solection, possesses in F1 2zi = 42, nnd in F 2n = 562 vihich th.,~ author by tho a4caranco of amphidiploid gaiiAcs !:hic"I join vith haploid gametes. Parental fowis -,.,ure also invostigatod. C .r0, 2/2 KALIMANOUGH, M.A., inzh.; TARANCHEV, V.V., inzh. Experience in adjusting and operating high-frequency protection channels an a 400 kv. pover transmission lipe. Trudy VNIIZ no.7s226-243 158. (KMA 16: 12) Name of Increasing the oil content or sunflower seeds and tho gross yield of oil. Mael.-shir.prm. 21 no.3:8-10 156. (MLEA 9:8) 1. Toroneshskays, ZOGS wasliebafth kulltur. (Sunflowers) TARAHCWK, H.V... polkovulk. kandidat filosofskikh nauk; LTALIKOV, B.S., redaktor; SOLONONIX. F.L.. tekhnicheakiy redaktor Cractors,bearing constantly on the outcom of war) Postoianno doistvuiuahchie fektory, resholushchis sudIbu voiny. 1%d. 2-oe, dop. Moskva. Voen. ixd-vo Ninisterstva obor. SSSR. 1954. 133 p. CHlerofilml (MIRA 10:4) (Military art and science) ,_TARANCHUKp_.N..p elektr=ekhanik Electric cranes on ships of the wUglourallsk" type. Mor.flot 21 no.1:30-33 Ja 161. (KIRA 14:6) 1. Teplokbod nUrgench.0 (Electric cranes) (Ships--Equipment and supplies) P If' THE ExpwEli 3. LIM J-U PAAA-1US F(A USSR/Soil SeJence. Mineral Fertilizers. j-3 Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Biol., No 6, 19c,18, 24743- Author Inst Title The Phosphorus Fertilizers Requirement of the Soils of Norther Estonia. Orig Pub: Sotsialistlik pollwaijandus, 1957, No 4, 14-t-149. Abstract: No abstract. Card 1/1 19 TARANDI, K. T. TARANDI, K. T.: "On thr content of easily soluble conpounds of p', os- phorus and potassiun 6n the arable layer of field soils of the --"A- tonian SSR.11 Estonian Agricultural AcaderVo Tartij, 1956* (Disnortntion for the Degree of Candidate Jn Agricultural Sciences) Source: Knizhnaya let22jsI No. 28 1956 Moscow KITSE, E., kand. se"khoz. nauk; PIHO, A.j kand. sellkhoz. nauk; ROOMAR I-$ TARANDI, K.,, dots., sellkhoz. nauk; REBTAY,L., kand. sellkhoz. nauk; AM, A.p red. (Soil science] Mullateadua. (by] Witse ja teised. Tallinn, Eesti Riiklik Kirjastus, 1962. 406 p. LIn Estonian) (PIRA 17:10) 83551 S/135/60/000/009/010/015 %lob 1,60 A006/AO02 AUTHORS: Kipnis, 1. S., Shklovskiy, S. M., Tarandushko, _'LeA., EngineerE ------ -- 1% - TITLE; Semi-Automatic and Automatic Plasma Cutting of Aluminum -Alloy iLnd Stainless Steel V~ PERIODICAL. 3varochnoye prolsvodstvo, 1960, No. 9, pp. 31-32 TEXT: Air-arc cutting or drilling-out of parts at a Soviet plant were replaced by mechanized cutting using the NMET-105 (IMET-105) plasma torch,' designed by the Institut metallurgii imeni A. A. Baykova AN SSSR (Institute )f Metallurgy Imeni A. A. ]3aykov_AS USSR). Optimum cutting conditions were sel- up using a specially modified semi-automatic gas-cutting machine (Fig. 1). As the IMET-105 torch heated up very rapidly during the tests its design, was mo,11- fled as follows: the tungsten electrode holder rod was made of copper to enaure a better elimination of the heat; the contaat surface of the welding cablia. conntion with the tungsten electrode rod was enlarggd; the welding cables of 50 mm er6ss section were replaced by cables of 70 mm. After the aforementloned improvements had been brought about, the torch operation was stable without excessive heating of the current', conducting parts. Optimum cuttIng speeds Card 112 83551 S/135/60/OW/009/0 10/0 15 A0061AO02 Semi-Automatic and Automatic Plasma Cutting of Aluminum Alloys and Stainless Steel obtained as a result of the tests are giver, In Table 1 and the quality of .,11.s produced at these speeds Is shown in Table 2. Simultaneously, the authors investigated the effect or the plasma jet heat on the structure of the metal to be cut. It was established that plasma cutting caused only slight charges 1-,,L the structure of the metal in the zone of cutting and did not affect the strength of the weld. As the semi-automatic machine cannot be used for cutting parts of complicated configurations, as gas cutting machine of the coordinate type was modified (Fig. 3). The cutting of parts was performed using master form plates. The modified machine was brought into use. The introduction of plasma clit'ving at, the plant reduced labor consuming operations and metal consumption althcugh +,he economical effeot was diminished by the use of expensive argon, It Is recommended to design a plasma torch operating on a cheaper gas, as e. g, nilro- gen. There are 2 tables ard 3 figures, Card 2/2 1. TM M-O' -'.. D. 2. VIA (600) 4. Lubber 7. Calculating changes in linear dimensions and lumber volume due to moisture. Der. i lesokhim. prom.. I no. 7 1952 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions. Library of Congress, June 1953. Unclassified. 1, Taranenko, A.D. 2. USSR-(6oD) 4. Hygromotry 7. Simplified psychrometer for distant me,,~surements. Len. prnm. 12 no.12, 1952. 9. Monthly List of Ruavian Accessions. Llbrart of Con(,,ress, March 1953, Unclassified. TARAMMD, A.D., knndidat takhnicheskikh nauk. WpW'M*;M ---m-SIMMOONOW1 The mechanics of swelling and shrinkage In wood. Der.pree.5 no-7:12-14 J1 156. Owu 9:9) LGIprolesprox iUwber--Drytng) A. Whrit is UIP. cctl;3e Of the shrinking an! swellir.e of wood and how does it occur? p. 22 (,FATPLP-) 101. V., No. 19 Apr., 1957 3 (p. -. -Irl,er ;'.,r,,7 SO: Monthly ln~ex e7f Ffst %-ropean AcessdLon _Ej) Vol. f-., !,,o. 11 J;ove KRECHETOV, Ivan Vasillyevich; TARANENKO, A.D_t, re4.1 SEWVA, Z.D., red. izd-vao VDOVINA-,-V~XG-j tekhn. red. (Use of flue gases for wood drying] Sushka dreveoiny t'opoch- tqmi gazami. Moskva, Goalesbumizdat,, 19a. 269 p. (IAmber-Drying) (MIRA 15:3) TARAIM11HO, A.D., kand.tekhn.nauk Autoclave-type drying chamber for lumber. Der. prom. 10 no.7:4,-6 JI 161. (MIRA 14:7) 1. Giprolesprom, (Ijumber-Drying) TARANVIKO, A.D., knnd,f,,,:!khn.naizk Ifigh-capacity l,imbmr dryer. Der. prom. 11 no.%19-20 3 162. (MIRA 1712) 1. Gosudarstvennyy institut po proyektirovnniri predpriyatly derevo- obrabaty-vapishchey promyshlonnosti. ";.'ARANENKCP A.D. "~- -1,-- I ~Ialzulatfon of nonlArear trira.41.1ons in a single-band leansmlt,,er L 4n multlch6nnel telbgraph operst'on with frequency multip'" &rd frequenzy r-odulation. Elaktrosviazl 18 no.9.-33..39 S 164. (ITIRA 17 12) TARAMMO, A.D. - - Portable freq;joacy dividers u"d for chieck"Ing swito-fretrm=7 oscillators, Ism. tekh. no.4:91-93 Jl-t4p, #57. (KM to: 3) (1squewy measurownts) (Blectronle Instruments) 9(2)9 28(2) SCV/315-59-9, 23/37 kUTHOR Taranenko, A.D. TITLE: A Portable Device for Checking Tube lroltme-ers PERIODICAL: Izmeritellnaya tekhnika, 1959, Nr 9, p 43 (U~`-')Ii, ABSTRACT: At the Kuybyshevskaya gosudarstvennaya kontrolinnya laboratoriya (Kuybyshev State Control Laboratc--y, a compact device was developed for testin.g tube volt- meters on Power frequency. This device con.,*,-LFtsb&s'_- ca:,-Iy of a co=utator and four nonreactive, bifIlar resistors of 9,000, 900v 90 and 10 ohms which fcrm a voltage divider with the factors 10, 100 aneL 1,000. The device is to be used with reference voltmeters ASTV and AMV, whereby an additional 1 kiloohm resis- tor is used for the latter. The resiBtors ha-.-e been certified for an accuracy of + 0.02%. Auxili3xy tables of the permissible errors of tube vol',-meters VKS-7~ VLU-2, LV-9, MVL-l~ MVL-2 with the voltage division factors 10, 100 and 1,000 are atttLched to the instructions 210-154 of the Komitet standartov, Ca:L-d 1/2 mer i izmeritellnykh priborov (Committee of ""tandariS, A Portable Device for O'hecking Tl)bL. Vojtmp-+,ero SOV/!----, -, ~4-(- ~-Ji -I-- Measur,:~,s ;:nd Instru-'ents, , 1 :~r , There is I diagrar.-,. I -w ~, - ., Card 2/2 BMW", I.I., dotsentj TARANENKO, A.D., inzh, Methodology for controlling the quality of the operation of radio broadcasting tranommitters. Vest. svissl 22 no.l2t5-7 D t62. 41, (MIRA 16:1) (Radio-Tranximitters and transmis on) 81/106/6TW/001/002/007 A055/A126 ,6- IVROO AUMORSs Seleznev,' I.I., Sefin, M.S., Taranenko, A.D. TrrLCs Method and apparatus for measuring the power of spurious radiation from short-wame transmitters 1 1-7- PERIODICALs Elektroavyaz , no. 1, 1963, 13 - 16 TECra ~he new met~hod. described in this oAlola Is based on the formulae: U max Um1n Wf or p IMaX imin Wf (2) where p is the measured power passing through the feeder. W to the wave*-Impedance f of the feeder, and Umax, Umins lisax ".1min are# respectively, the voltages and burrents in antinodal and nodal points of the line. The quantities ot" and it MAX CXmin (deviations of the pointer) determined by the expressions Imax a C21 OL ;&x. Imin - C2 %;1n (4) Card 1/3 S/106/63/000/001/002V007 Method and apparatus for wasurIng the power of .... A055/A126 where C2 is a proportionality coefficient, are measured In the method, and the spurious radiation power is calculated with the aid of formulat P - B2 Wf ctml#ax atm"in (6) 2 B2 (B2 - C2) and Wf being-known.. The measuring apparatus (Pig. 1) contains a oingle wire-loop 1 (75 mm in diameter) placed in an electrostatic shield. The distance between loop and feeder'la 250 mm. The selective proportion of the loop are used for separate measurement,of ant1phsBe and cophase w#ve power. The emf Induced In the loop in applied, through the symmetrical h-f cable 2 and the ac- tive matching four-Pole 3, to the h-f filter 4, which In a type "mk" Iterative filter serving to suppress the fundamental frequency voltage. (The circuit dia- gram and the frequency response of the filter are reproduced In the article.) The voltage is next applied, through the balancing h-f transformer 5, to the fre- quenoy-"leotive microvaltmeter 6, which contains a sensitive receiver with cali- brated amplification. The devices 3. 4,5 and 6 are placid inside a grounded iron housing. The values of OU and OLI'ln are read on the scale of the microvoltme- MAX m ter tuned to a determined harmonio-component frequet)oy, In an experimental appa- ratus, the range of the harmonic-component frequencies was 30 to 140 Mo/s (ads- quLte alterations permit reducing It to 3 MO/s)j the limits of the measured pow- Card 2/3 S/106/63/000/001/002/007 Method and apparatus for measuring the power of .... A055/AI26 I er were 1 tAw and 50 w; the measurement precision was not less than �25%. The determination of the proportionality coefficient B2 is briefly described on a practical example at the end of the article. There are 4 figures. SuBmr=. February 5, 1962 Figure 1: j - transmitter ~2)j - feeder I~J~ - antenna 2 3 6:,# 0-0 ~-- ----- --------- t Card 3/3 TARANEMKO, A. F. Cand. Med. Sci. Dissertationt "Comparative Pathologico-Histological Date on Guinea Pig Typhus Caused by Intercerebral Injection of the Virus, Rickettsia Prowazekii.0 Central Inst. for Advanced Training of P~rysicians. 10 Jun 47. SO: VecherrWaya Ybskva, Jun, 190 (Project #173)6) MASHKOV, A.V,; TAUIWHKO, A.F. Studies on pathogenesis of tularemia in experimental animals. Report No-3: Dynamics of multiplication of the causative agent ead development of morphological changes In organs of white mice follow- iw, suboutansoua administration of Pasteurells tularensin. Zhur. mikrobiol.opid. I Immun. 28 no.8:122-125 Ag '57. (MIRA 11:2) 1. Ix Moskovskogo institute vaktain suborotok imeni Hqchnikova. (TULiUMIA. experimental, multiplication of pathogens & morphol. changes after subcutaneous admin. of cultures (Rus)) TkWl3M A 7 Gnse of agraunlocytomin filloving butadlone therapy of rheumatic heart disenge. Probl. gemat. I nerel. krorl 4 no.5:48-50 My '59. (NIA 12:7) 1. Is knfedry goopitallnoy terapii (sav. - prof. V.S. N*steroy) Yoronexhakogo meditainakogo Inetituta. (RMMTIC HUM DISM2, ther. ,phenlbutasons caun Ing agranulocytoo In (lba (AGYMNUIMTOSIS. etiol. A Dathogen. ,nhonylbutasone ther. of rheum. heart die. ()be)) (PH3NTLBUTAWIFE. inJ. off. agranulocytosis in ther. of rheum. heart din. (An)) VORCUKOVA, 0.1.; NAUMOVA,A.A.; TAFX4ENKO.,A.F.j YUD124. Yu.G. Morphological changes In the chorlon-allantold membrana of chick embryos in blood cultures from Imkwdii"Vatlentf.. 'lop. kline pate no.2t263-271 161 (MIRA 160.2) 1. Iz nauchno--eksparimentaltnogo otdola (zav. - doktor mel. nauk O.I.Voronkova) i patologoanatomicimakogo otdola (zav. Prof. S.B. Vaynberq'[deceaved)) Mookovokogo oblostnogo nawl-m-1 looledovateliskogo.ldinichaskogo institute, imeni Vladirdrskog~-. TAW]M7KO,, A.F. Agranulocytosis developing after implantation of autoclaved spleen and inme agramlocytosis vith favorable effect from cortisone therapy. Probl.genatJ perel.krovi, no,.7U.748 962. ()CMA 15t9) 1. Is kafedry gospitallnoy terspii (sev, - prof. V.S. Menterov) Toronezbskogo maditainakogo institute. (AGRANUIXYMIS) WORTISOM) (SPLED) BtMMISTROV, S.I.; TARANMO, A.G. Wnonamonoxim bloulfates. Ukr, khts, shur. 22 no.5:620-622 156. NM io:6) 1. Dnepropetravokly khtniko-t*khnologicheekly institut. (iblinone) 1-4 TARANENKO, A. G. Cand Biol Sci -- (diss) "SecretoryAmotor function of *a - 104- Ar%^^4144 empty stomachs of horses in case$ of vwwy~ compositions of fodder rations." Ian, 1957. 19 pp (Min of Agr USSR. Len Vat Lnet), 130 copies K, 3-58, 96) -21- U,-;.Jl, / iiiu.-an and JW-L"l Phyoiology. Digoation, Stomch. T Abe Jour : Rof Zhur - Biol..f No 15,, 1958, No. 7o26ri Aut hor : Taranonl-,o, A. G. L-Wt RTR-6~~d VOAorlnbry Instituto Titio : Tho Socrotory-l-otor Functions of tho Empty 3toranch of tho Ilor:ju Follawing FoodinG with Rationa of Diffaront C ompos it iona Orig Yub : Avtorof. dis. kand. blol. n., Loningr. Vot. In-t, Ionin&Tcad, 1957 Abstract No abstract Zivon Ccrd 1/1 80 KONDRATENKO, A.B.; TARANENKOP A.G.; HILYAYEEVA, P.K.; SEEMDKINA, Ye.P. Change in the ethyl fractien sup:,Iy network to the et,.yl benzene department. prom. energe. 16 no.2,-16 F 161. (HIM 14:3) (Benzene) , P TARANENKO, A.G. Effect of manmary denervation on the amino composition of goat milk casein. Fiziol. zhur. 47 no.4j454-458 Ap 161. (MIRA 14:6) 1. From the Laboratory of Farm Animal Physiology and the Scientific Experimental Station,, Institute of Physiology, U;S.S.R. (UDDER-INNERVATION) - (AMINO ACIDS) (CASEIN) TARAM14KO 0 A.G. Effebt of prolactin on the basic components of goat's milk. Fiziol. zhur. 47 no.12;1490-1495 D 161. (Mli~A 15:1) 1. From the Laboratory of Physiology of Farm Animals and Fxporimontal Station, I P.Pavlav Institute of Phy iology, Leningrad. IPITUITARY HOM01az) MATIS MILK) TAFANENKO, A.G. Influence of the tbyroid gland on the amount of casein in milk and on its amino acid composition. Fiziol.zhur. 48 no.6t742-747 Je 162. (MIFA 15:8) 1. Laboratorlya fiziologii 991'skokhozyaystvennykh zhivotnykh i Nauchno-opytnaya stantsiya Instituta fiziologii 1meni i.P.raviova AN SSSR, Leningrad. (T11YRROID GLAND) (w LK--COMSITION) (CASEIN) EM-rt C', Ole nr,:--j;~r i* -:,- ma=:~a ry , ~ n nf 4 ort Um ,, yr, t-hon, i ? o f m 1 1 k ~. rr, te I r,!,, i n j - !,., . F ~ z 11 o1 . 7, In ~ c - 5 1 rl o . 3 : ", 50- - 1-' 56 vr It)t). (-. ; - , I - " k .* j .,: , , , : -) " 1. f!Z'C'(-,-,Ii -1, t I fIzIcl,-~Lpi 4 Lca~,.nJ 1'nlv I OvIi AN -'- -:R, I A,!-~ ing ,md. DANILENKO, S.I.0 kand. med. nauk; TARANEUKO, A.14 Be careful in working with poisonous chjmi(-al3.. Zashcr,. rast, ot vrede i bol, 9 no,5:32-33 164. (MIRA 17:6) 1, Doverennyy vrach TSentrallnugo komiteta professional"nogo so,yuza rabochikh i sluzhashchikh sel'skogo khotyaystva I zri--.-- tavok. !.--w NR-. AP4034714 5/OO&/(h/0OO/0Oh/WT2/0272 AUTHOR: Tw=enkov As Be; Wousovap Go A@ TITIZ: Improvement In the teebaology of producing di- -napiMbyl-p-phenylenedia- SOUXX: Vh4-1[cmsk&ya prom seb2samost I# nos 4# 19&# 272 TWIC TAGS: dinapbUyl p pbenylonediamIne, production, process, purifteatioss AwTRUV: The proposed method for preparing di-b-naphtbyl-p-phenylenedlaulm of higber purity than previously attained comprises: pouring a fine tpray of a woltan :reaction mass of b-naphthol wA p-phenylenediamine Into strongly agitated hot (3:5W) ethyleze glycol to fom a suspension or the product In ethylene glycoL. The hot suspension In filtered, the precipitate vasbed with 15M ethylene glicol and with hot vater, centrifuged and dried at 100-1M. A 95% yi*2& of di-19 4wah- :tbyl-p-phenylenedisnine, ne"ting 228-2290 Is obtained. Orig. art* baw I equation. AUOM=(X-. Naw 2/2 iL 514a7-65. . ~W(m)1W(C.)1ZdP(J)1T1EWA(c) Pe-4/Pr-4 RPL JW/2M !ACCESSION MR: APS015487 UR/0286/65/000/008/002./0021 66.095.82 O~F 'AUTHOR: Taranenko,-A. S.; Glushkova, L. V. ,TITLE--- A- method -for- producing- N,NI-dinitroso-N,N' --diphenyl-n- henvIendiamint-1 'Class 12, No. 170064 SOURCE: Byulleten' izobreteniy i tovarnykh znakov, no. 8, 1965, 21 TOPIC TAGS: diamine, hydrochloric acid, acetone, sodium nitrite ~ ABSTRACT: This Author~s Certificate introduces a method for producing N,11'dini- !troso-11,Nl-diphenyl-n-phenylendiamine by treating N,NI-diphenyl-n-phenylendia-,nine iwith sodium nitrite in the presence of an acid. The quality of thL product is im- i ;proved by carrying out the process in the presence of hydrochloric acid and acetone. 1ASSOCIATION: Hauchno-issiedovatellskiy inatitut khimikatov dlya polimernykh materialov (Scientific Research Institute of Chemicals for Polymer Materiala) ISUBMITTED: 08Jun64 ENCL, 00 SUB CODE: 0', CC Card- 112 51427n6 rL fACCESSION NR: APS015487 NO REF'SOVt 000 OTHER! 000 Co KOKHANOVA, 1.V.; RFDNIKOVA, T.A.; SrARKOV, YEG1111,S, F M , TARANF-NKO-2 A.3-.; ZOLOTAREVA, K.A. Ion-exchange resins an catalysts In organic syntherls. Part 2; Arylalkylation of n-crescl wW atyrene on KU.1 and KU-2 cation exchange resins. Zhur. org. Vhlm. I no.4i648-649 Ap 165. WIRA 18. 11) 1. Mauchno-issledovatellskly ~nstltut khimikatov dlyn pollmerny