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I TUZOT, S.N.; 7ROXIN, V.T. Iistallation for incressixg the heat capacitjr of gemerator gas. Stak. i ker. 13 no-7:28-30 i1 '56. (wu 9-9) (Gas producars) DOYDACHUND, Y.H.; TUZOV, T.P. Results of conducting logging operations in the Moscow Coal Basin. Razved. i okh.nadr 22 n6.2:4z-48 F 156. (MIRA 9:6) (Moscow Basin--Boringo) (Moscow Basin--Coal geolog7) 7 . Ca -Z . 7, r, AUTHORS: Vaynshtayn., E, Ye., Tugarinov A~ T. Tuzzoya,. A. M, SheyaleyeyBkiy. 1,, D., TITLE: On the Hafniuv. Zirconium Ratio in Metanorphir; and Metasoma-tic Rocks( 0 sootnoshenii -,afniya i tsirkoniya v netamorfiches~ kikh i metasomaticheakikh porodakh) PERIODICAL: Geckhimila, 19551 Ur 3, pp~. 241 - 244 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The distribution of zirconium and hafnium- was investi~,.ted in 14 samples from the upper sequon.~e of the -series. Five samDies of them are from Sredneye Krivcrozhlye, nine samples from. Severnoye Krivorozh -,,..The content ;.,as de- termined by neans of X-ray apectral axialysis, the applied method was destribed already earlier by the authorr, (Rcf 1), A table gives the content of the single eazpleas of ZrO 21 lyf`02~ aG well aa the zirooniun oxida,hafnium oxide ratio, This li,:-s in metamorphic rock3 betzreen 2o and 40 (Sredneye Kriycrozh~,,-~!). In metasomatic rocko (Severnoya KriYorozh1,r,-), especially in Card 1/2 natron r(7.clza. zirckniium in enriched, t~_.,e i:,-,tiG to hafnium On the HafAium--Zirconiun Ratio in Metamorphi: and 7 56,:K-0/15 Metasomatic Rocks ASSOCIHION: SUBMITTED: oxide rises up to 112,, In ordor to explain these differences, Boma properties of zirconiu~i and hafniuz aze compared in a small table (ion radius, tonizatior, potential in eV, fcrma- tion heat of the oxides), The differenGes In the nij:ration capacity must, however, not be erplained by the ion properties only, since these elerents were complexas ander natural con- ditions, e.g, ao the rare earths as alkaline carbon--te nom. plexes. There are 2 tables and 2 referencen 2 of Yhich are Soviet. Institut geokhi-.iii I analiticheskoy khimil im.V.I,Vernadskogq, All SSR,Moskv_,i 'Mo3coyi Institute of Geochesastry and Aiw,,.lY- tical Chemistry imeni v.r.,VernadskiYAS USSR) January 14, 1958 .1. Rock. -Aaalycla "". 11afnium.-Datenninatdri; Zir~caii= Determinati:_v. X-ray sre~tr,.,m 2 Card 2/2 B/007/61/000/004/001/004 B107/B207 AUTHORS: Ronov, A. B., Vaynahteyn, E. Ye., Tuzova, A. M. TITLE, Geoch9mistry of hafnium, zirconium and some other elements hydrolyzates in clays PERIODICAL: Geckhimiya, no. 4, 1961, 306-315 TEXT: Sixteen mixed samples, consisting of 277 samples altogether, were examined. The samples originated from Fammenian and Yasnaya Polyana strata. Partly complete and partly partial silicate analyses were made from the samples (Table 1). The zirconium and hafnium contents mere determined by X-ray analysis. The sand and clay fraction of two samples were mineralogi- oally studied. Summarizingly, the following is stated; the mean hafnium content in clays is 6-lo-4% and, therefore, higher than in theoretical calculations (4-10-4%). The Zr- and Hf content depends on climate and tectonical it is considerably higher in clays of humid than in clays of arid origin. The Zr/Hf ratio changes littlej only at considerable changes of the physico-ohemioal conditions, e.g., at the transition from the alkaline medium of arid basins into the acid medium of humid basins, changes Card 115 Geochemistry of... S/007/61/000/004/001/004 B107/13207 occur which correspond to those of the A120 3/8'02 and Al 203/TiO2ratios. Apparently, the Zr/Hf ratio is particularly affected by humic acids and other organic acids with which Zr forms complexes more readily. Thus, the Zr/Hf ratio decreases. A study of the fractions shows a concentration of Zr and Hf in the sand fraction, i.e., in the accessory zircons and titanium minerals. The amounts of these minerals contained in the clays and, consequently, their Zr and Hf content increase toward the areas of denuda- tion. This indicates that the majority of Zr and Rf is of terrigeneous origin. The following persons are thanked for collaboration: Li Ang-mo, Laboratory Assistant, for his assistance in the X-ray analysis, K. V. Gorshkova, N. V. Yeremeyeva, A. 1. Yermishkina, G. A. Zolotova, G. A. Korzina, and I. V. Markova, analysts, for silioate analyses, I. I. Solodkova and R. F. Ryabova, mineralogists, for analyzing the sand fractions, 1. D. Ekhus, Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences for determining minerals in clay fractions, V. V. Shcherbina for discussion. A. P. Vinogradovand I. D. Shevaleyevskiy are mentioned. There are 6 figures, 2 tables, and 8 references: 7 Soviet-bloc. rhe reference to the English-language publication reads as follovs: H. Degenhardt. Geochim. Card 2/5 Geochemistry of... et Coemochim. Acta, 11, no. 4, 1957. S/007/61/000/004/001/004 B107/B207 ASSOCIATION: Institut geokhimii i analiticheskoy khimii im. V. 1. Vernadskogo AN SSSR, Moskva (Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry imeni V. I. Vernadskiy of the Academy of Sciences USSR) SUBMITTED: September 27, 1960 Legend to Table 1: Zirconium and hafnium contents in the clays of the Russkaya Platform and their chemical compositions (wt~o)j a) region, drilling; b) age; c) number of samples in the mixed sample; d) conditions of clay formation due to facies or climate; e) C org ; f) loss on ignition, i.e.,differenae between the loss on ignition and the sum of the determined volatile substances: CO 21 Corg' H2 0+ and H20 - In the cases where water was not determined, the loss on ignition indicates the difference between the loss on ignition and the sum C02 + C org ; g) sum. (1) Valday, drilling: Card 3/5 S/007/61/000/004/001/004 Geochemistry of... B107/B207 continental, arid. (2) Lyuboni, 7283; continental, arid. (3) Kotellnich. opornaya skvazhina (test boring); saline lagoon, arid. (4) Redkino, test boring; salt lagoon, arid. (5) Povarovka, test boring; saline lagoon, arid. (6) Soligalich, test boring; saline lagoon, arid. (7) Sharlya, test boring; saline lagoon, arid. (8) Loshaki boring 98488; continental; colored, humid. (9) Loshaki, boring 98488, fraction 0.1 -0.01 mm; continental coloredi humid. (10) Loshaki, drilling 98468, fraction below 0.001 mm; continental colored; humid. (11) Abakumovo, boring 110212; continental carboniferous; humid. (12) Abakumovo, boring 110212, fraction 0.1 -0.01 mm; continental carboniferous; humid. (13) Abakumovo, boring 110212, fraction below 0.001 mm; continental carboniferous; humid. (14) Bogoroditskoye, boring 93046; continental colored; humid. (15) Pronsk, boring 110203; continental carboniferous; humid. (16) Nikandrovo, boring 7285; continental colored; humid. (17) Lyubytino, boring 6157; continental colored; humid. (18) River Shuya, boring 6105, continental colored; humid. (19) Lyuboni, boring 7283; continental carboniferous; humid. (20) Staritsa, test boring; bordering land to marine; humid. (21) Mean value for arid clays. (22) Mean value for humid clays. (23) Mean value Card 4/ 5 S/007/61/000/004/001/004 Geochemistry of... B107/B207 9CH for clays. C 1 - Yasnaya Polyana (Note: Due to the size of the Table, we were unable to fit it to a master.) Card 5/5 GF,RASIMOVSKrY, V.I.; TU%OVA, A.M.; SHAVEIMYEVSKrY. I.D. Ratio of zirconium to hafnium In the Lovoxero.Hassif Lwith summar7 in Xnglishl. Geokhimiia no.S.-743-?48 158. (MIRA 12-2) 1. Institut geokhImii I analitichesko7 khimii imeni V.I. Vernad- skogo AN SSSR, Kookwa. (Lovozero Tundras--Zirconium ores) (Lovozero Tundras--Hafnium ores) 5(2),5(3) AUTHORS: Tuzova, A. Y. and Nemodr-jlk, A. A. TITLEs Determination of Small Amounts of Zirconium and Hafnium in Silicate Rocks (Opredeleniye malykh kolichestv tsirkoniya i gafniya v silikatnykh porodakh) PERIODICAL: Zhurnal analiticheskoy khimi-ip 19581 Vol 13, Nr 6, pp 674-676 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Tests carried out by the authors on the separation of zirconium and hafnium. from silicate r cks by using the methods described 0' in the literature (Refs 3-6) showed that a quantitative separation of both elements is not possiblo, if the conter"s of Zr + ILf are lower than This fact was established bY the aid of tracer isotopes. The authors found evidence that u sL,!nple instead o-f SU14'Ur- c acA, d + decomposition with 11f + "C104 hydrofluoric acid and the adoption of hydrochloric acid inatead of sulfuric acid to solve the precipitate after dec~:;mpc:;-_',t1on at4 on oi zi-conium and hafnium J, allows a more complete separ, the form of phenyl arsonatas (Ref 6). It war al:;o found- that by increasing the added amount of phenyl arsonic acid, a Card 1/4 quantitative separation of both elements can even be obt~_Jned Determination of Small Amounts of Zirconium and Hafnium SOV/75-13-6-11/21 in Silicate Rocks from sulfuric solutions, provided that the content of both elements together is not lower than,,I')' . ijo,.,;ever, the concentration of Zr and Iff thus obtained is insufficient sD that zirconium can be determined only very inaccurately by the ai-I of X-ray spectra because of its low content in the concentz-a"est while hafnium can not be determined at all. The use of 7-ra., spectra for the determination of zirconium and hafnium, ir the concentrates offers the advantage that the accuracy of the results obtained is independent of the total sample compo~jitic_-4 The X-ray spectra method used by the authors (Ref 4) allDws the determination of 0.5% Zr and 0-05c,o' Hf. A repeated preC4p4tation with phenyl arsonic acid allows zirconium to concentrate up to 0.7-2%, while hafnium still remains difficult to determirp. Tff however, the concentrate obtained by precipitating with phenyl arsonic acid and by subsequent-, burning out of the precip-J.-tate is repeatedly precipitated with'4-dimethyl amino azobenzene-41- arsenic acid, the weight of the concentrate obtained from 10 k' of silicate rock can be reduced to 3-5 mg, the content of Zr to increasing to 10-661/fa and that of Hf to 0.2-1-571. The mentioned organic reagent forms very weakly soluble precipitates with Card 214 zirconium and hafnium. (Refs 7-9). To obtain a more complete Determination of Small Amounts of Zirconium and Hafnium SOV/75-13-6-11/21 in Silicate Rocks separation of these two elements, methyl orange or another sulfonic acid having a sufficiently high molecular weight are used as an additional precipitant when precipitating with 4-dimethyl amino azobenzene-41-arsonic acid. It was ascertained by the aid of radioactive isotopes that this method separates Zr and 11f up to 94-10Wo. Owing to the high degree of concentration, a most accurate X-ray spectrum determination of each of the two elements is made possible. A very accurate description of this method is given, It allows to determine 1.1o-4% - 0.5% of the sum of both elements. The authors thank I. D. Shevaleyevskiy for carrying out the X-ray spectrum determination of zirconium and hafnium in the concentrates. There are 2 tables and 11 references, 6 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATIONt Institut geokhimii i analiticheskoy khimii im. V. I. Vernadskogo AN SSSR, Moskva (Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry imeni V. I. Vernadskiy of the Academy of Sciences, USSR, Moscow) Card 3/4 Determination of Small Amounte of Zirconium and Hafnium SOV/75-13-6-11/21 in Silicate Rocks SUBMITTED: February 18, 1958 Card 4/4 - AUTHORSs Gerasimovskiy, V. I.,_L"Daa SOV/7-59-5-7/14 Rasskazova, V. S. _L A.M., Borisenok, L. A., TITLE: Gallium in the Rocks of the Lovozero Alkaline Massif (Galliy v porodakh Lovozerskogo shchelochnogo massiva) PERIODICAL. Geokhiniya, 1959, Nr 5, PP 449 - 454 (USSR) ABSTRACTs Gallium was determined by the extraction with rhodamine B without previous separation of the other elements (method according to reference 4). The results are given in a larb-e table (Table 1), arranged according to the four intrusion phases of the massif. Furthermore, the results of the spectro- scopic gallium determination and the aluminum content are given. The aluminum determinations were carried out by Yu. B. Kholina. The Ga- and Al-values are given in a diagram as well. Another table (Table 2) gives the gallium content of indivi- dual minerals. The galliun contents fluctuate between 3 and 10.10-3%, 6.10-3% is the average for the whole massif. This is more than the usual content of the nepheline syenites. The third intrusion phase has the hi.ohost gallium content. Gallium Card 1/2 is enriched in the later phases, compared to aluminum. Gallium Gallium in the Rocks of the Lovozero Alkaline 11assif SOV/7-59-5-7/14 is able to enter into the crystal lattice for aluminum as ffell as for trivalent iron, eq;. in agirine. There are I figure, 2 tables, and 6 references, 5 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Institut geokhimii i analitichesko~r khimii im. V. 1. Vernads- kogo All SSSR, Moskva (Institute of Geochemistry and Analjtical Chemistry imeni V. I. Vernadskiy AS USSR, Moscow) SUBMITTED: April 8, 1959 Card 2/2 TUZOVA A.M. - I&MODRUN, A.A. 9 Determination of small amounts of zirconiuji and hafnium in silicate rocks, Zhureanalokhime 13 no.6:674-676 N-D 158. (KIU 12:2) 1. Institut geokhimii i analiticheskoy khimli im. V.I.Vernadekogo AN SSSR, Moskva. (Zirconium--Analysis) (Hafnium-Analysts) (Silicates) 3(0) AUTHORS: Gerasimovskiy, V. I., Tuzova, A.M., SOV/7-58-8-5/6 Shevaleyevski'y, 1. D. TITLE: On the Zirconium-Hafnium Ratio in Rocks of the Lovozerskiy Massif (0 tsirkoniyevo-gafniyevom sootnoshenii v porodakh Lovozerskogo massiva) PERIODICAL: Geokhir-iiya, V!50, Nr 8, PP 743 - 748 (USSR) ABSTRACT: 48 rock samples from three magmatic complexes of the L,,,.vo- zergkiy massif, Kola peninsula (Lovozerskiy masniv, Kol'skiy poluostrov) were examined. The zirconium and hafnium content was determined by the X-ray spectrometric method. The results are recorded in a table. The zirconium and hafnium content ran,,7es from 0.07 to 2.31% ZrO2 and from 0.015 to 0.057% HfO 2P while the variations of the zirconium-hafnium ratio are'insignificant. Zr and 11f are concentrated in later magmatic complexes:0.167% in the first, 0.29(Y//o in the second and 1.49% ZrO 2 in the third. Agpaitic rocks have a higher Zr and 'If content than miascite rocks, Card 1/2 but no relation between sodium-potassium and zirconium- On the Zirconium-Hafnium Ratio in Rocks of the SOV/7-58-8-5/8 LovozerWdy Massif hafnium, contents could be observed. There are 1 figure, 1 table, and 11 references, 6 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Institut geokhinii i analiticheskoy khimii im. V. I. Vernads- kogo AN SSSR, Moskva (institute for Geochemistry and Ana- lytical Chemistry imeni V. I. Vernadskiy AS USSR, Moscow) SUBMITTED: July 15, 1958 Card 2/2 RONOV., A.B.; VAYNSHTEY11,, E. Ye.; TUZOVA, A.M. Geochemistry of hafnium., zirconium., and some other hydrolyzate elements In clays. Geokhimiia no-4:306-315 161. (MIRA 14:5) 1. V. I. Ternadsk.T Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Cheikistry Academy of Sciences U.S.S.R., Moscow. (Hafnium) (Zirconium) (Clay) it Ia TUZOVA, E. YE. TUZOVA, E. YE. -- "Epideidological and Laboratory Material Concerning Sporadic Cases of Infectious Jaundice, Vasillyev-Weills Disease." Leningrad State Order of Lenin Inst. for the advanced Training of Physicians imeni S. E. Kirov, Leningrad, 1955. (DinBertation for the Degree of Candidate in Medical Sciences) SO: Knizhnaya Letopis', No. 35, 1955 RODMOVA, Ye.G.: RUMTANTSEVA, N.V.; sortiravahchitea pismennoy korres- ponde.u",F-'i; KITAYETA, A.V., pochtallon; ILIKOV14 L.V.; sorti- roveh,ch,, ja piameracy kor respondents ii; ZRALILOYA, M., brigadir pochtal ,ov; XMILLOVA, T.I.; KEARINA, T.I., brigadir pochtall- onov; 1-_ADVA, G.A.. sortirovshchitea. Leading postal warkers are sharing their experiences. Test. aviazi 20 no.11:22-24 H 160. (KIRA 1_7:12) 1. Nachallnik 98-go otdeleniya avy&zi g-Moskvy (for Rodenkova). 2. Leningradsk-ty pochtamt (for Ruu7antseva). 3. Arzamasakaya kontora avyazi Gorikovskoy oblasti (for Kitayeva). 4. Mnera- 3=dskoye otdeleriye perevozki pochty (for Klimova). 5. 5-ye otdeleniye svyazi g-Chelyabitska (for Zhalilova). 6. Rachallnik 24-go otdeleiiiya svyazI g.jvanova (for Kirillova). 7. Kuybyshevakiy pochtamt (for Kharina). 8. Otdel obrabotki pismennoy korrespordentsil Sverdlovakogo otdeleyniya perevozki pochty (for Tazova). (Postal service--Employees) TTjZ0VA, L.S. he remains of vood in structure and atratigraPhic Position Of t an. fil. AN TertiarY cOal-bearing deposits Of Bashkiria. Izv- laz (MIRA 11:2) ssSR. Ser. geol. nauk no.4:173-178 157 (Bashkira-Trees, FO;,3il) 15-57-1-820 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Geologiya, 1957, Nr 1, pp 129-130 (USSR) AUTHORS: Bludorov, A. P., Kirsanov, N. V., Distanov, U. G., Tuzova., L. S. TITLE: Tertiary Coal Deposits in Central and Southern Bashkiria (Tretichnyye uglenosnyye otlozhenlya tsentrallnykh i yuzhnikh rayonov Bashkirii) PERIODICAL: Tr. Geol. in-ta Kazansk. fil. AN SSSR, 1956, Nr 3, 141 pp. ABSTRACT: The oldest formation, gypsum and dolomite of the Kungura series, outcrops at the surface in stock-like forms that break across red beds composed of conglomer- ates, sandstones, siltstones, and mudstones, with layers of limestone. These red beds represent deposits of the Ufa, the Kazan" and the Tataria series, and part of the Triassic sequence. Layers of coal are locally present in the Triassic Surakay series. On the Card 1/4 north, Jurassic formations are coal bearing; on the ' 15-57-1-820 Tertiary Coal Deposits in Cantral and Southern Bashkiria (Cont.) south, they are marine. The Upper Cretaceous contains marine fossils and occurs north of the marine Jurassic. The PaleoCene is composed of sandy clay deposits, with layers of coal in the Oligo- cene rocks in the southern and eastern parts of the region. The Miocene rocks, with the greatest quantity of coal, consist of clays, sands, gravels, and subordinate siltstones and clay breccias; clays predominate in southerh Bashkiria and coarse sediments, sands and Aravels~ are most abundant in central Bashkiria. White kaolinitic clays are characteristic in the floor rocks, locally also in the roof rocks, of the coal beds. Gravels are common both at the base and in the middle of the Miocene coal-bearing sequence. The latter occurrence divides the sequence into two parts. The undisturbed attitude of the Tertiary sediments is destroyed by karst and salt tectonics, which led to the development of faults. The total content of heavy minerals in the Miocene deposits is 0.15 to 0.30 percent of the rock, reaching one percent where there is pyrite in the lower Miocene and in the coals of the middle Miocene. In the sandy gravelly rocks and the clays of the middle Miocene, the increase is due to hydrogoethite. The principal minerals in the heavy fraction Card 2/4 15-57-1-820 Tertiary Coal Deposits in Central and Southern Bashkiria (Cont. ) (> 10 percent) are iron ores, pyrite, hydrogoethite, locally also zircon, tourmaline, rutile, and picotite. The chief light minerals are quartz, chert; and feldspar. Tourmaline, picotite, rutile, and deucoxene are index minerals for correlation in the Lower Miocene. In the Middle Miocene, in addition to those mentioned, ilmenite, sillimanite, and disthene are also used. The Southern Urals formed the provenance for the Miocene deposits. The coal-bearing sequence is composed of sediments of alternating alluvial, lacustrine, and paludal facies, usually in seven to eight lithic groups, the number of which is almost twice as great in the southeastern part of the area because of the greater mobility of the land. ThE. Miocene dating of the coal deposits is supported by pollen-spore complexes and by woody structures that point to the predominance of conifers on the south and of woody plants on the north, including warm- climate forms. The plants belong to the Turgay flora and were introduced through the Turgay Strait. Both simple and complex coal beds are formed by dense and earthy coals, by small or large fragments of lignite, locally with peat-like varieties. The coal is brown, dull, with clotted ma, trix and indistinct segregated Card 3/4 15-57-1-820 Tertiary Coal Deposits in Central and Southern Bashkiria (Cont. ) inclusions of xylain, fusain, vitrain, cuticle, spore husks, tar bodies, and minerals. The coal in the surrounding parts of the deposit has more ash than the finely crushed coal in the central parts. The coal accumulated in Tertiary time in a succession moving in general from south to north, forming in the southern region in the Oligocene (weakly) and in the lower Miocene. The entire region was the site of coal accumulation in the middle Miocene. Uplift of the southern part of the region led to erosion of the middle Miocene coal deposits. Rare accumulations of Pliocene coal have no industrial value. Card 4/4 A. K. M. BLINKOVA, T.M.; BMTRIKOV, A.P.; XAGAN, Ye.S.;,TqZOVA,,_G.Ya., High-freqaeney hardening of spindle ends of machine tools. Stan.i instr. 33 no.7:33 J1 162. (MIRA 15:7) (Steel-Hardening) FATE M , K.Ya.; KHROMOVA, M.V.; TUZOVA. L.S. Variability of internal organs in the silver fox (Valpes fulvus Do=*)* Zooltzhure w*7s.1090-1098 JI 161o (KCRA 147) 1e Department of ZoologyO State Pedagogical Institute of Kostromae (silver fox) (Viscera) '3(0) * AUTHORSt Bludorov, A. P., Tuzova, L. S., SOV/20-123-3-37/54 Shishkin, A. V. TITLE- The Coal Content of Lower Carboniferous Coal in Northwestern Bashkiriya (Uglenosnost, nizhnego karbona severo-zapadnoy Bashkirii) PERIODICALI Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR, 1958, Vol 123, Nr 3, pp 517-516 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Although Lower Carboniferous coal-bearing strata were found in all oil drill holes, the petroleum technicians usually speak of them only as coaly shales. The Kazan' Branch of the AS USSR has been concerned with this problem for several years. Bituminous coal occurs in Bashkiriya in the Tourzaisian and ViBean Stages. The former contains a fauna and spore assemblage in terrigenous deposits which(the aseemblage)is characteristic of the Tournaisian Stage. Its thickness is 65-160 m, and oil was discovered in porous limestones. The Visean is represented in all substages and horizons. L. S. Tuzova discovered a spore assemblage here which is characteristic of the Stalinogorakiy horizon. The age was Card 1/4 determined by this spore assemblage since no fauna have been The Coal Content of Lower Carboniferous Coal in SOV/20-1 217- zl-37/54 Northwestern Bashkiriya found in this h:)rizon. The thickness of the Visean Stage is 25-74 m. Coal iv rare in the Tullskiy horizon, and a character- istic fauna, as well as Tul'skiy complex spores, occur in limestones. The thickne_~s of the Tulfskiy horizon is 3C-60 m, No coal was found in the higher lying sediments of the Lower Carboniferoue. The limestorps ho.,ra and in the Middle and Upper Carboniferous contain a characteristic marine fauna. The coal-bearing sediments lie in northwestern Bashkiriya between the Tatarskiy and Bashkir;3kiy arches. The coal seams are found at a depth of -1150 to -!250 m, and in the south at -:750 m and perhaps atil. deeTe-I. The --oal-bearing masses of the Stalinogorskly horizon forwed or. it swampy plain n=ar a shallow sea. I4%-,s sediments belong to the following facies; a. littoral, b. river bed, c. deltaic, d. lacustrine and e. swamp. Alluvial sediments of facies d. and e. are pre- dominant, and no fauna were found. The structure of the coal- bearing mass shows several variations. Thus, 3e7era-l groups of sectionscan be recognizeds 1. Thick, white quartz sand- stone with cross-bedded strata, dark gray aleurolith and Card 2/4 argillite. This mass is 50-74 m thick here, and the -.oal The Coal Content of Lower Carboniferous Coal in SOV/20-123-31-37/54 Northwestern Bashkiriya seams are also very thick. It lies in depressions of the limestone foundation on erosion surfaces Of VaTious old rocks. 2. Dark gray sandstonesi however, argillite sometimes pre- dominates. Coal seams are of slight thickness or absent. The mass here lie on highs of the limestone foundation, possibly with slight erosion. The thickness is 25-50 m. In conclusion the coal seams and the types of coal are described. Table 1 presents the chemical analysis. The authors dis- tinguish: 1. cannal coal, 2. semi-cannel coal, 3. van-i- anthracite and 4. coaly shales. The coals of the region discussed here lie at great depths and have reached the stage of long-flame coal in their transformation. They belong mainly to the humus coals. S. N. Naumova gave valuable advice and references. There are 1 table and 3 Soviet referenses. ASSOCIATION: Kazanskiy filial Akademii nauk SSSR (Kazart Branch of the Academy of Sciences, USSR) PRESENTED: June 30, 1958, by N. M. Strakhov, Academician Card 3/4 Y&U7N, S.S..;. TUZOU, L.St;_PAVWU. N.N. Some data on the structure and age of the Devonian terrigenous formation on the right bank. of the Ufa River (Pokrovskly District, Bashkir A.S.S.R.).' Uch.' zap.'Vmz.' un.' 117 no-�:301-303 157. (WRA 13 ' 1) 1'.Kazanskiy gosudarstvannyy unive.reitat im~. V.I .. Ul'yanova-Lenina*. Kafedra geologii nefti i gaza* (Pokrovekiy District (Bashkiria)--Geology, Stratigraphic)) BLUDCROV, A.P.; KIRSANOV, N.V.; DISTANOV, ARIMOT, A.Ye., akademik, redaktor.; MIROPOLISKIY. L.M., redaktor; SIIAPOVAWVA, G.A., redaktor; PA.VLOVSKff, A.A., tokhnicheakiy redm)-tor* [Tertiary coal-bearinic deposits of the central And southern regions of Bamb)-dria] Tretichnye uglenoonya otlozhentia teentrallnykh i iushnykh raionov Bashkirii. Movk7&, I%d-vo Akftdemii nauk SSSR, 1956. 138 P. (AkAdoxiia nauk SSSR. Krizanskii filial, Kazan. Geologicheakii insitut. Trudy. no-3) (MLRA 9:10) (Bashkiria-Coal geology) BLUDOROVP A.P.;_TYZOYA,-L.S.-, SHISIIKINy A.V.; SHUbAKOV, G.N. Lower Carboniferous coal resources of southern Ud=Lrtia. Dokl.AN SSSR 136 no.5:1168-1271 F 161. (KMA 14p5) le Geologicheokiy institut, Kazanskogo filiala. AN SSSR. Predetavleno akad.N.M.Strakhovymo I (Udmirt A.S.S.R.-Coal, geology) BLIMOROV, A. P;JJ ~11~ - Coal deposits of the lover Carboniferous in the Tatar A.S.S.R. DokI. AN SSSR III no.3:663-666 N '56. (MLRA 10:2) 1. Geologicheskiy institut Kazanskogo filials. Akademii nauk SSSR. Predstavlenn akademikom N.M. Strakhovym. (Tatar A.S.S.R.-Coal geology) TUZOVAI L.S. Stratigraphic importance of spores and poUen in the Devonian of the eastern Tatar A.S.S.R, Izv. Kazan. fil. AN SSSR. Ser. geol. nauk no, 7:97-182 159. (MIRA 14:4) Stratigraphic) (Tatar A.S.S.R.-Geologyj TUZOVA, 14.11. (HoBkva) V;4~4~~ , Hkaterina Vasillevna Xopteovao Modesestra 18 no.4:37-38 Ap 159. (KOPTSOVA, HKAMIN& VASILIBM) (MM 12:6) 1 TUZOU, M.M. ~HoskVEL) T.rwrvnra Iosifovna Shatova. Med. sestra 18 no-3:41 Mar 159. (SHATOU, VARVARA IOGIFO'RiA) (XIRA 12:3 ) ALIYEVI D.A.; TUZOVA, N.V., khimik t --- Use of the chromatographitt, method for analyzing pyrolysis gas. Neftianik 7 no.9:14-15 4 162* (" 16:7) (Pyrolysis) (Chromatographic analysis) 0 V.-'i AKIZIEDOV, Sh.T.; ALIY;,'7, D.A.5 Cryoscopic m-e,~j, -,,d for temi n ng ~jcme r crin n zY fleftepor. I rlulft,okhim. no.4:1.2-~.4 1. Bakinskiy zavod "Ileft-egaz", tu~--, t J~ Z7 Ob s e r v ons -vere Tia--3e on a-_-, zj ta:-C S of the disef-ise. The r-..ut,,or L t *. mi t !on I'or I, r vt~ c in Uie or 516sence of the dl~ic~ise. in walt",y cattle t,lo but becariie T)OS-Itive soc,i a'ter an of the disca-se. ilhe ag:rJutination ViClz~ In rear--,'-,~;n oilu-n reia i,o 1: sLF-. -e e o v e i i after tlie tialLma-l-, were :'ree frOll i nfi-eCLIorl, ~ut c-,eri thou:7h the y ~ia _. be r, o,-.qe in.,L-'e c 4,- F-".! . !a7 .'Le- S "., 1j,".) the pha,,,cc..--tlc reaction. (11,/,C_~3iol, Ito 2, SO: Sun. 492, 12 N'lay 55 YUSIOTSTS, M.K.; TUZOVA. R._V. t-I'T"', [Rabies in farm animals and how to control it) Beshenstvo seltzko- khozialetvannykh zhivotnykh i mary bor'by a nim. Kinak, Goa. izd-vo BSSR, 1954. 68 p. (MIRA 10:3) (Rabies) USSR/Medicine Veterinary FD-466 Card 1/1 Pub. 137 - 7/24 Author Yuskovets, M. K., Prof, Active Member of the Academy of Sciences, Belorussian SSR; and Tuzova, R. V., Cand Sci Title Tuberculosis in poultry Periodical Veterinariya, 7, 22-24, Jul 54 Abstract Tuberculosis in poultry is a chronic infectious disease Involving liver, spleen, and intestines. A large number of fowl 4-5 months of age have been found to be infected with tuberculosis. Control meas- ures used on poultry raising farms should be the sa as those used on cattle raising farms. Single injection of tuberculin does not guarantee detection of tuberculosis in fowl. For more accurate test a 2nd injection, 40-48 hours after the first, is necessary. Institution Submitted TUSKOVETS, M.K.; TUZOVA, R.V., kandidat veterinarnykh nauk Preventive remdts of the specific propbylaxis of brucellosis in cows in t4a White Russian S.S.R. Izv. AN BSSR no.1:37-45 J&-7 155. (Mla 8:7) 1. DeyBtvitellny7 chlen AN BSSR (for Tuskovets) (White 11-assia-Brucallosis in cattle) TUZOVA, R*V,, kandidat vaterinarnykh nauk. Results of testing the effectiveness of vaccine from strain no.68 in Waits Russia. Veterinarlia 32 n*.7:43-47 Jl 155. (MLRA 8:9) l.Institut zhivetnovedstva AkeAsmii nauk BSSR. (WHITZ RUSSIA--BRUCELWSIS IN CATTI&-PREUNTIVI INOCULATION) I " A, 1". YUSKAVETS, M.K., akademik; TU70VA, R.V., kandidat vatery-narnykh navuk. Dissemination of b d-ty~petu MrCuNar mycobacteria in the tissues of chickens. Vestsi AN ESSR.Ser.biial.nav. no.3:69-73 1569 WaL 10:1) l.AWemjy*,j2auK BSSRkfor TU9AZTW%9j (Tuberculosis in poultry) --I-ru/--, O-V/tl,/ X'. V, TUZOYA, Raien Vladimlrovna. , [Brucellosis in farm animals and its control] Brutaelloz aellska- haspadarchykh zhyviol. i mery barAtufby z im. Minak, Dziarzh. vyd-va BSSR. 1957. 38 P. (MIRA 10:11) (Brucellosis) Country Catc~-.-Ory ~~icrobiolory. Vicrobes PathoZenic For Van and Animals. l.ycobacteria. jour No 2~, 1958, *,o 11078,'fl~ Au-~hor -Yuskovets V.K., 'DAZQja--R-V-. Institut. :Scientific Rarearch Voterinarv Institute of the Aeadcmvw T ItIo :'omDarative Testinfr of' NtbOrculin from a Local Avia-) Tuberculosi3 Cialture and a Standard 3iological Preparations actory Pro-paration of' Tubsrciilizi Orjr, lub. ::-Yui. nauchno-tokhn. info'rn. vat. in-t Akad. a.-kh natil: 4SSR, 1)57, 0 1 , I li-~bstract -*.a abstract. *of Arr1cultural Scioncon of the i-elonissian SER. GOLTJBZV, I.Ye. [Holubeu, I.Eol; TUZOVA, R.V. [Ttizava, R.V.]; ZffaYMDV, I.S. [Zharykau, I-5-il Moisei Kalinikovich Makovets. Vestsi AN BSSR. Ser.biial.nav. n0,3:102-107 '58- (MIn 3-1: U) (rUskovets, Mosei Kalinikovich, 1898) COUNTRY : LS 3 R R CATEGORY : Diseaser of :~ninals* Dineases Caused by and '-~o ri - 1 CD ,ps. ~J 'PTO. 1959, '.0. RZhKal . AUTPOR J, it* PST. 6,010-r-Lisslan ",usbandry TITLE (f '~ljr .:,r of DS31:1, in I', vo tno vo d 3 - v~ V n. '101orlis.,;1c. ill-ta tl A 7.JS'l C. T I arts .~'notm t'~iat the inr)culution of cal-tle wiMa U v~iccinc from - rain ":o.66 -~)vodiices an imiuno- bio'!'ocrical chan[;e-oveil of the orran-ism which is 9c.cwlp,,lnJ.c6 b-.r the fo-r-mation ot~ a:-~-)lutinim and co.-llerlert~-f~xjjl" Sub3tances In tnc blooo choc'nrl) of vaccinst,--d snimalr by ~-wpns oi' nn -rrrlutlm~~tiorl 2nactann (i..111, brinj-:3 about a -ta-i bilize,'. pasitivo _,eactiori by tt%lo !,,;th-21";t"l day In t'qe f;oruri ti ter of 1 :20G I In ihdi- viclual c-,_,scs t'-,, a-lut_~nation t1tol. may CAPD - 11L 6 i.c6ut'TTtY CATDCORY ADS. JOUR. 'R7.hBiol. vo. 6 lg!;g, ro. 251)7~ ORTO. PUB. A 53T 71 A CT no hl,-,hor than 1:r',' :lCC,. 1-,Iading away of .1 c on t- d. titer of A2 bor~ins nonths after vaccination, '~~nd ir a nu,ibor of un:L-qalls Vi rIis:-a,)')car3 completq_ I- by ta Ot'a-10th -month. ".\,zrtliernioro, the t Ion bocoriez e;~tinct rioro a!rnpidly in calves vac- cinated at the arte of L-6 months, more slowly so' in older r~roups of youn!~ cattle, and still m ore sloi!ly in adult an-1.1-mls (co,..;s). 'ilic vaccinatud ICARD! CATTEGOPY ANS. ik.,!,'P. RZh,,Iiol..t flo, 6 !9"g, I;c. 7 -3 AUTHOR TITLE 0 p T G. PUM. f Per- l' rin J4 P'~TP Cml not prc3crit 3ourcc. ot ir- cont 'd. Or LC~Rlth.-!, c u !,,a t Ion val c c i-.(-l fl, orl s t-_-* L 11 nc) Occar;ion n' y n r~., I tD 7,,., i r, j. IC., I.Cy -.1 f) 2 in t~vle oon,~* J* J o n 2 or-, 1-1, C u o-u` of c,-.Scs. 1 C, v c CARD- "PS". JOUR. 1952, Ito. r., R, T P T-,CT Ic Llt, c 1;i v ir oil all su CA ED TUZOVA. R.V.,[Tuzava, R.V.); IVANOV, D.P. [Ivanou, D.P.] Kh.S. Harabliad; on his 60tb birtbda7. Vestai AU BSSR Ber.bilal.nave no.4:132-135 ,58. OaRA 12:4) (He~~abllad. Khariton Stepanovich, 1898- ) TUSKOYMS, MoLuey Kallinikovich; MOVA, Was Vladimirovna I [Ir-mnological reactions in the diagnosis of brucellosial Im-mnologicheskie reaktaii v diagnostilm brutselleza. Kinsk, Gos.izd-vo BSSR. Red.selikhoz.lit-ry, 1960. 185 p. (MIRA 13:12) (Bracellosis) YUSHKOVETS, M.K., akademik; TU.ZOVA, R.V., kand. veterin. nauk , Ways for the elimination of tuberculosis in animals in White Russia. Veterinarila 40 no.10:14-17 0163. (MRA 17:5) 1. Belorusskiy nauchno-iseledovatellskiy veterinarnyy institut. YUSKOVETS, M.K., akademik, otv. red.; BOEKOVA, A.F., kand. vet. nauk,, red.; GOREGLYAD, Kh.S.,, akademiko red.; DEMIDOV, V.A., red.; red.; KARKLINA, E., red. [Controlling losses in animal husbandry; transactions) Bor'ba s poteriami v zhivotnovodstva; trudy NIVI. Minsk, Gos. izd-vo sellkhoz. Ut-ry BSSR, 1963. 212 p. (miRA 17:6) 1. Minsk. Nauchno-issledovatellskiy veterinarnyy institut. 2. Akademiya nauk Belorusskoy SSR (for Yuskovets, Goreglyad). YUSKOVETS~ M.K.; TUZOVAp R.V.v kand. veter. nauk Pathomorphological changes in cattle infected with avian- type tuberculosis, Veterinariia 40 no.6:27-33 Je t63. (MIRA 17:1) 1. Belorusskiy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy veterinarnyy insti- tut. 2. Daystviteltnyy ohlen AN BSSR (for Yuskovets). YUSKOVETSj M.Ko, akademik; TUZOVA, R.V.., kand.veterinarnykh nauk Infectibility of cattle with 1,~ycobacterium avium. Voterinariia 37 no-4:29-31 AP160. (MIRA 16:6) 1. Akademiya nank BSSR i &ademiya sel'skokhozyaystvennykh nauk WSR (for Yuskovets). (MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM) (TUBERCULOSIS III ANIMALS) TUSKOVETS, M.K., akademik; TUZOVA, R,V., kand.veterinarnykh nauk tuberculosis in cattle. Veterinariia 38 no.6t29-31 Je 161. ()M 16:6) 1, Akademiya nauk BSSR (for Tuskovets), (Tuberculosis in animals) OV/1-2- AUTHORS: Kogan. M.G., CarAidate of Taclariif~al Sll-,-Lences TUZlUko-va, V,.A. , Engixzeer TITLE: Hz*-.-~! * ' ya obrabctki t-,Ter-dykh (Ulltrazvukoiroy stanok d. I materialov) PERIODICAL:Vestnik Mashinostroyeniya, 1958, Nr ll.. pp 92-95 kUSS11) ABSTRICT: Au ultra-sonic mar-hi-uing bench, type UM....211, illustrated in Fig.l., is described, which has been developed by the Institute for Scientific; ri-roduction Research (Nauchnc-Issiedoiratel'skiy Teldmologicheskiy Institut-).. The tool vibrations are indu~,ed by a magnet o-stl ric~ti on -ransducer, type PDIS--.?, at 22 k,,;ps with an output of 2 kw. The working conditions of the transducer with e-n amplitiide of magneti c. induction - amounting to O~06 - 0.1.8 Vsee/m3 and an irlbensity of the polarising field of 1300 -- '~'-500 amps/m a):e adjusted. by the 'variable supply voitage a-.d magnetising current, Flg.2 shovis t-he distribution of vib,mtion amplitudes alonw the tranz-du~.P-r core. Owing to the reducina- cross.-5e,'Aion a mechanical ampl-Lt-ude - - Card 1/3 D1i-Lude am transformattion takes place and a d-rj-i~.riP- '), ()V/12 ~~- -rl:a Ultrasbnic Man_*r..i-('- T-.1 f(... of 10 mi-_,rons corresponds to 70 micaoris a-D tibe working tcol face.. The workinn, tip of the -rool Ls iriter- changeable to cater for rapid wear. The supply of abrasi,oj auspension is carried out; by a piijap bu.ilt- ...nto I-lie bed (A the machiae.. Uwing to its h1g;h power the bench is suitable f-..,r the piercing of iarge holes (up tc. 60 mm diameter '):, When piercing glass,. the i-at-e of De-neGration of the fIrst 2 am amounts to i--5 mmAcd-n. The- volume _t~emoved -frarjes between 200 and 2000 MM3/yrdn. At. a greater del-th. the diffi-c-ulty cf abras.1--ye supply reduces the rate. A water suEp3nsion of boron caybide is used as aa abrasi-v-_ A tool with 24 tb._,a-gauge tubes scIdered to Its face is shown (Fig.4) havi-ng an abrasive liquid through an internal cavity,. Ye,rrite cc-mocrient-s are machined. at a hig--i ra+,e (E-8 MM/Min). Carbide and hardened steei reQuire the grea-,est amplitude, large grain abrasive and a Card 2/3 subsequent finishing operation. The tooi damension SOV/122-58-11-18/18 Ultrasonic Machine Too! for Hard Materials should be smaller than the nominal by 0.12 - 0.15 mm. The time for finishing a hole of 12-15 mm, diameter to a depth of 12 mm, in tongsten carbide is ?Q-80 min. There are 4 illustrations including 2 photographs. Card 313 YUSKOVETZ, Y-K.; T.UZCVA, R. V. "Tuberculosis of the Avian Type and the Biological Peculiarities of this Infection in Domesticated Mammals in the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic" 17th World Veterinary Congress held in Hanover, West Germany 1b-21 Aug 163 TUZOVA, R.V., kand.veterinarnykh nauk Etiological role of Mlycobacterium tuberculosis, t..vpes bovinus and avium in the incidence of tuberculosis In human beings. Zdrav.Bel. 7 no.11:7-9 N 161. (MIRA 15-11.) 1. Zaveduyushchaya otdelom po izucheniyu tuberkuleza Nauchno- issledovateliskogo instituta Akademii sellskokhozya_Tstvennykh nauk BSSR. (TUBERCULOSIS) XVKOVETSP M*K., akademikj, zasluzhennyy deyate.11 nigul-i Belorusskoy SSR; TUZOvA-j R.L-2 kand.voterin.nauk; SYUSYUKIN,, V,A.., nauchnyy sotrudnik; DEDYMNAP E&G., nauchnyy sotrudnik -Effectiveness of Veterinary Research Institute tuberculin in the diagnosis of tuberculosis in chickens* Trudy NIVI 1:34-38 16o. WIRA 15:10) 1. AN Belorusskoy SSR i Akademiya sel'skokhozyaystvennykh nauk Beloruaskoy SSR (for Yuskovets). (Tuberculosis in poultry) (Tuberculin) TUZOVAp R.V,j kand.veterimenauk Role of the mycobacteria, of tuberculosis of the avian type in the epizootology of tuberculosis in ma=als. Trudy YM 1:39-43 t6o. (MIRA 15-10) (Mycobacterium) (Tuberculosis in animals) TUZ"A 11 ~:and.veterin.nauk; TROITSKIY' N.A., kand.veterin.nauk; _X~ 0 KO~L INIOVP A.A.,, kand.veterin.natk Ik V44of radioactive phosphorus (P32) for studying the body reattivity of healthy and tuberculosis infected chickens. Trudy NIVI 1:44,47 160. (MIRA 15:10) (Tuberculosis in ppu.Itry) (Phosphoruo-Isotopes) i2 TUZOVA, R.IV..,.and YUSKOVM, M. .K. "Avian type of Tuberculosis in Large Cattle." Veterinariya, Vol. 38, No. 6, i9ft. p.29 Tuzova, R. V. - Candidate of Veterinary Sciences. Continuation of their article in "Veterinariya" No. 4, 196o. CHALOV, TUZOVA, T,V.; Yn.A. Isotopic U234/U238 ratio in natural waters and its use for nuclear gea'- chronology. Geokhi!-,Aia no,5-40-1-413 1~y 164. O-URA 18:7) 1. Institut, of Physics and Mathamatics, Academy of Scienc-39 of the Kirghin Soviet Socialist Reptibliv, Frunze. L 2147"22-6' ACC NR: AP 66~677 SOURCE CODE: UR/)413/66/000/003/0049/0049 INVENTOR: Shumitskaya, L. F.; Golldfarb, M. L.; Tuzova V. K. ORG: none TITLE: Glass resistant to vapors of alkaline metals SOURCE: Izobreteniya, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, no. 3. 1966, 49 TOPIC TAGS: glass, glass product, alkali resistant glass ABSTRACT: An Author C rtificate has been issued for glass resistant to alkali metal vapor0containing SIO~,OB203,tA120~, CaO, and SrO. In order to produce glass products wi .h ut ma te, . tis suggested that the above Ingredients be introduced in the following amounts (Vit S102, 12 + 2; B203, 32 + 2; A1203, 32.5 + 2; CaO. 20 + 1.5; SrO, 35 � 1.5; and in additi6n, not over 0.3 Uf Fe203- (LD] SUB CODE: li/ SUBM DATE: 28jul64/ 666.li2.92 Mc: '666.117.4 GOVOROVY A.A.; KOSHKIN, V.A.; GORDIN, O.V.; TUZOVSKIY, A.I.; SAKHAHOVA, N.A.; LYMARI, A.I. Effect of the temperature of the end of rolling on the mechanical properties of rail steel. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; chern. met. 6 no.8:137-140 163. (MIRA 16:11) 1. Sibirskiy metallurgicheskiy institut i Kuznetskiy metallurgicheskiy kombinat. CHALOV, P.I.; MUSINT, Ya.A.; TjV.~ I A)_ T.V.; Ma,,KHLO'VA, K.I. a Isotope shift let%-een u234 and 11238 in cecondary uranitm Z-inera:s of some hydrothermal deposits. Atom. energ. 19 no.1:82-84 Jl 1651. (MIRA :L8.-7) CHALOV, P.I.; TUZOVAP T.V.; MUSIN, Ya.A. Isotopic ratio U234A,238 in natural waters and ifts use in geochronology. Izv. AN SSSR Ser. geofiz. no.10:1552-1561 0 164. (MIRA 17:11) 1. Institut fiziki i matematiki AN Kirgizskoy SSR. POIIIZOVKIN~ A.N.; SHURKINA, V.S.; KU711ETSOV, V.A.; -TUZOVSKIY, I.D.; BM~AJIICV, S.Ya.; VIVOCRILDOV, V.V.; VLASKO, Yu.M.; GRINBERG, P.I.pred.; BODANOVA, A.P., tokhn. red. (Brief handbook on motor vohiclod Kratkii avtomomibllnyi spravochnik. Izd.4., perer. i dop. Moskva I Avtotransiz- dat, 1963. 311 p. (MIRA 17:1) 1. Moscow. Ilauchno-issledovatellskiy institut avtorobill- nogo transporta. 2. Laboratoriya gruzovykh avtoi!obiley i avtopoyezdov Nauchno-J.ssledovatel'skogo instituta avtor,.o- billnogo transporta (for all except Grinber, Bodanova). (Motor vehicles) TLZSONp G.j ing- Problems of mechanical balancing in the sugar industry. Ind alim veget 13 no.5:132-3.37 My 162. lo Energoreparatii, Bucuresti. -TUZS 4, Gabor,_oklevele3 gopeszmernok (Bucharout, Rumania) Static and dynamic balancing of rotating machine p8rta. Energia es atom 14 no.7:317-321 n 161. SOA S ra "now cm 0 mW uWk wcjg &4wd*d on trd with t---ek. ww the catatetw No 1 4 u ", uma. t tabn 13-2n m, datd. Cakistfuln Ow P. -P Mew per loo milk 3 00,3 90%, *0 14 - I LA -41A &UR41CAL LITINAILAII Ct&IWICAI$" 00 .,L-i i4i I.. IS d saidej At *.w dd4 10 it I T- v FA L I i o 0 81 a A 4 it 9 a it K a KW I 0 46 0 6 00-00 0-4) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 4 Me a -ot 9*0 1000 too woo 600 Xo* see zoo aloe wool 6,8-rz-.Z. 900 V If 9 A 4 2 0 V 0 0 0 0 0 a R9 A M TuMN v.). Aj &W kndxk AMIm MGM Obovis 6*$WW (00 th4 rmlttrpe diwww caused by Apritw &Wkus+-A~;x, Aist.-oW. Mw. Awmi., Pars but., xxxvi, pp, 1312-IW, 2 pl, 1943. I(lennan summary, Received may. 1947.1 Ararkus nw&ws fArmXaria nWIml w" fowA to be responsible for the dying- oflof grafted peach trees (R.A.M.. xxiv, p. 25J oboerved annually in a large orchard at 9rd, Hungary, on a recently clared forest site where the fungus was already widespread and onntinued to thrive on the decaying roots, stumps, and other woodydebris. Entry into the dernswaagainrd through the juncture between scion and stock, which ahould preferably be located at a higher level to avoid any risk of cmuct with contaminated mail. 9 O~r'y 0 " MA at . UNO - . I :Ago Ski. Road. 2 13 1952) &d.-7s!qcC &: . - -color Int I F prod6Q by tMti"s avot I kaws with M Ilucar reUtion with the lyscroic mcid (I l oinsir "''tent (cf. rA Uakcs t' CA ~ 45, N, M), the colot itnttric don, of these : Ikatolds is postAble with 1. triintuetrine maleate. or ergo. clavine as standard. The intensity (if the blue color pro- duced Is 'I'Versely proportionA to the mol. wt. The tlepth of color is tint rnfluenced by 9-tig. the reductable duohle bond of 1. Ergotoxii-n pho9phaic (11) (cf. Smith and Thninis, C.A. 24, 4200), in. 194 0" (Acconipli.). killed white mice at V3 III&Jkg.. acted syllipatlinlyfi,ally (in the M. lated ratihit utTrui at 0.0223 ing ~kti . and iiiisrd the bloM prctsure Of cats at 0.5 mill./ko. 11),ir')gell'ition of If in di). dinxiine at 44) 50' and 50 atin, gave the dihydro Oeriv. III),m 198-9'(decatnpri.). Ill killed A hite mice at 1(10!ng./ t t., acted sympathoiytimlly on the 14olrited rabbit titeaus at h f e blood re o -cats at 0.016 m ./kg., and lowered t l ui I KrIa b 0 j ao6 so r , t n .3 mg./ it. TUZ,SGN) Jolan Gibor-VaMr ChronutOgIaPhY of d1g1WU Chemical Abet. =a h d - glucosides- P-0. . %-JOIAn TEft6 (StA- fly. Inst Vol. 48 No. 6 n rePO ,7y 00 thq -pn. of the glucWd. prelitni. d f Difitalij janala pape chrot~ntogmphlc Method by laing a mixt, of Mar. 25, 1954 Perfumes ne. 11CC4, 4nd trio In a MUO G1 10: 1 Pherms0euti0al8t C09mat'as' 5:3. N. I-- TUZSC,N, Jolan . h-par-Ition of (ligitali.; Ly I - raph"Y, :o -1~llvv ~1. 1'. 'I ILI - 1 - fW '.t ). Pl;!,' "I . -W 1 14 1 1- :~l I I ; r-. ' :~ 111 ' - ' ~ .. (I! I 411, o"'U, A ~tqqd, r~l, w I, 1q, ~ :,,;i . :~ , ~! r~- , 1, 1 thv -, . V N Ilon oLerrof a kaloids by paper chrom,tagaphy , ~zj-, -iLT% Imt., Iluda- 7-6i t)(-d .=te CrKu't afp~1141, p4pr pul"us afil, as sol,e~ltl, kidill ~,nli a Ile a di G. Vastagh DStaatlich. Hyg. InA-T*.I?III s - 'A Purm. Ada elv" 1955, 30 (U), 444 451-!rrift ex.--t cond0jons for making quantitative tho paper- chromatographic separation of the digitaN glycu- aides have hmn fixed. Low wpverie4 (=W jvr cent.) are obtained, partkulatly m tilt! lil.~ual aij~th(xi of assay, but the ptirernt'l,C I-I is firat Orally like same for all the :,iyCt,mdri, The I~tnatnsi&-C. carnpauent always e,tat-ainq i. tii(h. ,t%~ untmomi glycw(le al fmpn,it% A. V '~' TUZSUllrj I J . LIV &r it Paper chromatography of coitlm;tcriodjj fit i room Lemperaturc," by J. TLFZSONI State Institute Of PLIbliC Ifealth & I Medical CLI-nic, MeflLcal University tlf Budapest, Nature, Supplement IV- 25, to Vol. Ic,4, 110. 47031, 19 Dec. -Lq-*5-), U. /'j 1-Y 71/ -U-t-4-45 a 1=da'd in the ok&iwit: wv-. q9" 4WOM61 V N Go aad1sWa_1UY=(NbTilir r A~lj Chin z Acad. Sci. Hung. 2. 15-2_(1952)(in (k-r man). -Since color Intensity produced by treating ergot alkalrAds wiffi - Mc.NC.H,CIlO in the presence of has a definite f ncar relation with the lysergic acid (1) content (d. MoInar l and Uskcrt, C.A. 4S, 5573A the colorinietric dein. of thm alkaloids ig ponible with 1, ergmuetrine inaleate. or crgo- clAvine as Ftandird. The Intensity of the blue color pr%- duccd is if] vemUrtiputtional to the mol. wt. The tlevth of color Is l"It uenced by 910g. the rviLe:able double bond of 1. Erjotoxine phasphaic (11) (cf. Smith and Tlim"Is, CA. 24, 42119), m. LF.1 -(I* (drcornpn.). killed white mice "t 25 njg.lkg., acted symputbolyfically on the [so- luted rabbit uterus at 0.022A tng./kg., And raised the blood premur of cau at 0.5 mg./kIl. Ilydrogenation of If In d1l. d1oxanc at 4D-W* 2iM M) am. gave the dihydro deriv. III kilka~hltern;ceat IrA)kng./ ICE., acted syInpatholytirally oil the liclated rabbit atrus at 0.015 mg,jkg., and lowered the blood nure of cats ut 0.3 mi./kg. lartin --.. -- -Al -T , - i L ~ .- a, -V I o'N.,V3, -,ImRs a-. I __, -%- - ra-, , WE I I - ~ M- TUZSONJ, Palne Exp fal s by Spef 4 chr CW g4lpf- Tor" vnd ~ Ew,, rolyoppar a c 953).-1n a series of attempts to sep. glucosides of D. g nala and their product; of degracLation a mixt. of EtOAc .and CHC4 was used as a mobile phase. Applying Ata- cberey-Nagd No. 214 and Schleicher-Schfill No. ifi-, I filter V papers as a stable phase, t~m,best suitable mobile phate vras . 10:8:5 and 10:10:5 murt. of EtOAc,.CHCl,-.lT,O, Tesp.,- in Cage Of Digilaald and Migitoxin. Defilemeno or the Ifilter papers were retnoved:by allosving the strips to stand ' ~Ll'f Un an atm. of EtOAc. i Ascending chrornalographY was -7 17 applied 2.6 his. The spra ingagent proposed by Svend.,ten fl d d h W I . LO C an t e uorescence 4) -was use and Jensen ~ C.A. 45, 172 f1 f Tb d I l , eo%vn uorcsccnceo was observed un er t quartz amp. filt- paper can be reduce& by, spraying a 6% aq. PhOll ~-A J~"4 Iola. on the per and drying 5--Q.min. at .901. The soln. -d %- 47 d b T A CH f SbCJ I (C . . Ais ,. n ay " propose j to /0 y the chrorn2to- 5075 r v ultable also for develo in d ) e o e s , p g p , Digitoxin and g1toxin run in the proximity of the ':;I V";,t front while gluemides rcmah~ cloie to the starting line. !, ~ 13tvAn Finkly TUZS"-:l1-, -" . AlkaLolds of solr~num. 11. Soladule"dine F. 31, (,tCTA CH'I,-JCA) Vo'L. l?, ::o. i, in G-ri%-n Eud:lrest, fillni-ry SC: '.'~:)nth y Incley of Ea.-t &,ro;.e~n Ac~essd-ns ~L. Vot. 7, ro. 3 I-',;trch 1.5-P Country : JIMIGARY G Cantc-Gory: Orc-,anic Uic:. :_stry ipjtural Corlpoulicla r.;Id Irneir Synthet..C !.bs jour: RZhniia., No 17, 1950, m. 61o2l 41,ut'iar Bite, P. - Ifuzs,*--,n, P. Iris t Title "SolanurV IV. Di.ssocL~L-on S,~,lasexl::-Iiu, I. OriG Pub: MaC;yar tud. ah~%d- hu-.i. tud. c)szt. kozl., 1958, 10, No 2, 235-24o Abstract: Solasodinc (1) ucs dissocicted in accordance with the well 1.-:Am 1.'ct',,od (Knim, R., Low J., C-ion. Bor., 1952, 55, 416). Tha results 6otailned frma ncetyl,it_-.o~7 nnd isomerization wero ovalu,~tcd by the d,;temilat~cns e.,f &0D. Presented arc cur- ves for the acutylation of I with (C.7!3CO)20 ill Card 1/7 Country : 11UNWRY CateCory: Organic Chemistry. Natum, 1 Cctipouncjs -111cl T11cir Synthetic .'.;m-1-oLues Abs Jour: MKhim., No 1.7, 1959, 11c. 61021 C 7.15N at 0, 25, 751 and at boilinL; point tei-mcra- tarc. It is Qstnblishcd that the rcactJ,on procec- ds as follows: I -----)O-acetyl-I N-diftcc:- tyl-I (Ily). I-.-. tile acctyl--'I'i(,-",. ~~f I vluh ketones, the yiuld :Ls ")5',',., t!A,.c ruacticia schL.-., ~'s I -acetyl-1 (1v) III . Startint.~ Wi. T, JU'. accordaiic~j with t'io usual schQ1.1u, c:f -3 /,~ (V) is ob- tained wi-cn t1'Q 4a,' yiud, in thi! ccutylation of I with a kctcnc thc YiQld is 6o,,~'. Frou ITI yield of V '.s dc:r--'Ivr-,d; froz, IV the YiLid 01 V iS 201p, duc. t,-, Vic -xtrtial acetylatioi-, of tht.; free 011-Group loc3tc-a at CM durin(; the iso7,-.c-r'zn- Card 2/7 G G-38 Country : HUNGARY Category: Organic Synthetic :.=_I