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Kim, YKER) D,M.; ZEVINp L,S#; KONSTAMINOV., I.Ye.; ALEMEYEV, VRA.
Use of a proportional counter for Xray diffraction amnlyses.
Izv. AN SSSR* ~* Ser. fiz. 26 no.3:388394 Mr 162. (MIRA 15:2)
lo 111auchnoissledovatel'skiy institut slyudy., asbestotzementnykh
izdeliy i proyektirovaniyastroitellstva prodpriyatiy alyudinoy
promyshlemosti i Moakovskiy inzhanernofizicheskiy Institut.
(Counting devices)
(X raysDiffraction)
UVIN, L.S,;; VOROBS "P, A, O.V.
Methods of studying the toxture3 of thin coatings. Zav.lab.
28 no.6:694,697 762. (11 MI 15:5)
1. Gosudarstvennyy nauchnoissledovatel'sIdy institut stekla.
(Motallic films)
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JAUTHOR: Bogdanova,...
ORG State',Glass ns tjt,e sudarstvennyy institut stekla)
TITLE: Amount of the crystalline phase as a function of haeat treatment 1:1
conditions in Migrocrystalline glasses (Pyrocerama)60f the $10 AI203____
BaOTIO2 systemt~?
SOUROE: ANSSSR. Izv.es.tiyat Neorganicheskiye materialy, V ~no.2 , J 96
380383
TOPIC, TAGS:,.:, glass Propelty, X
ABST AOT: The article reports a study of the dependence on I., e at treat
meat conditions of the amouht of 'the crystalline p1lave In mAcrocrystaJ.
line gla2scs Oflnoveral different Compositions, Iii which Vk.,ie product of
Orvqltallizatlo~6is only beta celsian, and the properties of Wicuo micro:
6i d to ,
line Glasses. The composition ot the glasses corresponde 05i
85 iieight % celsian. The aim of the vork was invest1gation 3f the'j3OS8_;__
ibility of controlling the irt. a
___6on en o _..b~eta celsian In the m1avocrystalline
1ven,system TU t
Ws
glaaserj ~ia,, determined by qddaUtative xray analyals. A f1p;ure sho
the dependence ol the amount:of beta celslan on the heat treatm6ut tein
P7
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AUT"HORS: Kheyker, D. M., Zevin, L. S., Konstantinov, I. Ye., and
Alekseyev, V. A.
TITLE: Application of a proportional counter to xray di*,~fraction
studies
PERIODICAL: Akademiya nauk SSSR. Izvestiya. Seriya fiziches'lcaya,
v. 26, no. 3, 1962, 388394
TEXT: By applyine.a proportional counter the authors wert able to reduce
the relative background level in roentgenograms. The counter had
beryllium side windows and was filled with a mixture of xenon (300 mm 116)
and isopentane (30 mm H&). The amplitude resolution 2.3'
N is the number of initial ion pairs produced by one quantum) for CuK.
was 13 ,"a, and the efficiency for the same line was 72 ~. A bloc:k diagram
of the experimental device is shown ill Fig 5. The amplification factor
5
should be of the order of 10 and the noise amDlitude should not exceed
1/1.0 of the signal amplitude. In order to reduce the back6round level,
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Application of a proportional'.. B152/B102
a preamplifier (factor 14) is connected in 3eriesito the counter. The
CuKa and FeKa fluorescence lines are separated without additional. changes.*
The FeK and CoK pulses can be separated only when a channel is displaced
and the CuX rate is lowered. CoK and CuK are not separable. On
a a
inserting a 0filter also CuK and CuK could be resolved. The investiga
tion shows that roentgenograms can be improved when the backgroui..d pulses
arb,*~~uniformly spread, over the amplitudes. The collaboratore; oT the
3KB of x~ray tubes, above all M. 1. Teuman and Ye. M. Fridman, are thanked
for their assistance in the construction of the counter body. There are
7 figures, 3 tables, and 8 references: 2 Soviet and 6 nonSoviet. The
four references to Englishlanguage publications read as follows..
P. J. Black, J. B. Porsyth, J. Scient. Instrum., 36, no. 9, 392 (1959);
A. R. Lang, J. Scient. Instrum., JI, no. 3, 96 (1956); Junichi Chikawa,
J. Phys. Soc. Japan, .15, no 4, 602 (1960); W. Parrish, T. R. Koller, Rev'.
.Scient. Instrum., 27, no. 10, 795 (1956).
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ASSOCIATION: NIIasbesttsement, Aloskovskiy inzhenernofizicheskiy institut
(ScientificResearch Instituti: of Asbestos and Ceme',it,
Moscow Engineering Physics Institute)
Fig. 5. Block diagram of the experimental device for the proportional
counter: W proportional counter, (2) highvoltage rectifier "Orekh",
2 (USh2), (4) base am lifier ~W10 (M10)
~3, preamplifier of ~'b 1 (6) intensimeter KC (ISS),'
5 differential discriminator AA901 (AADO
7 automatic recorder )!.f'Og (EPP09)~ (8). scaler, (9) electromechanical
counter.
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.AUTFIORS: Zevin,,L.S. and Leyzerzon, M.S.
TITLE: On the Question of the Position of the Potassixua Ion in
the Structure of Mica
PERIODICAL: K.ristallografiya,.1959, Vol 4, Nr 3, PP 422423 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: An electron density synthesis:
Pz ~F Cos z
00t,
was made forthree specimens of phlogopite. TWO wore
Aldan phlogopites (hardand.hydrated) and the other a,
synthetic fluorphlogopite. The, OOOL inte:nsities were
measured with a URS501 diffractometor. Absorption
corrections were included. Test syntheses.with, F
values were also made for the two cases: 1Y K :atoms
halfway between silicate sandwiches (z =.0'!50Y. and
k
2) K atoms in between the 0 atoms of the upper and
lower sandwiches (z = 0.42 and 0.58). The, objiact of the
k
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On th6 ation of the Position of the Potassium lon in the Structure
of Mica
exerciso. was to distinguish experimentally between these
hypothes es. In case 1) the K0 distances are all
about 3.1 A which is larger than the stun of the ionic
radii (27 X), whereas in ease 2) the K ion vrould be
in close contact with the 0 atoms on one side. The
.resillts shoed quite decisively that z 050 . The
considerable,series termination effects do not affect this
conclusion. There are I figure and 5 referenaes., of
which are Soviet and 1 French.
ASSOCIATION: NII ASBESTTsEMENT
SUBMITTED: December'19, 1958
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AUTHORS: Berkovich, T..M., Kheyker, D. M., Gracheva, 0.
1.?
,
Zevin, L. S., Kupreyeval N. I.
TITLE: Inv676tigation of the Properties of' Calcbm Hydrosilicates
(Issladovaniye evoystv gidrosilike,tov kalltsiya)
PERIODICAL: Doklady Akadem ii nauk SSSRt 1958, Vol. 12o, Nr 4,.PP853856
(USSR)
Al
23STRACT:
Several authors based their explanations of the Dakicular
features of the technical properties (strength, ;hrinking)
of binding materials on the conceptions concerning the phase
composition,,the structure and the existence of.individual
calcium hydrooilicates In the hydrated concrete. However, the
datajbtained by different authors concerning the individual
calcium hydrosilicates do not always agree with each other.
In order to obtain a clear picture of the phase composition
of complicated systems of hydrosilicates a comprehensive phase
analysis must be employed. In this connection the knowledge
of such constants of hydrosilicates as the interplanar epttcing~
the line intensity in Xray diagrams, the temperature and the
jard 1/4 magnitude of thermal effects, the position of the! absorption
SOV/20120445/67
Inventigation of the Properties of Calcium Hydrosilicates
bonds in theinfrared spectra and similar data .':a necessary.
Apart from these data an understanding of tile technical
properties ofthe individual hydrosilicates must be reached
if thp development of production methods of materials with
prescribed properties is intended. In the Institute "Asbest
tsement" a number of the most important hydrosilicates was
synthetized, and their properties were studied. The Xray
diagrams (Fig 1) were recorded by means of CuKa radiation
ith a nickel filter on a diffractometer of the type UPC50I
vith a Geiger counter. The curves of thermal differential
analysis and of weight losses oi, heating (Fig 2) were de
termined on a thermalbalance. The absorntion 9 eotra in the
p
infrared range (Pig 3) were taken*on a INS11 spectrometer,
Electron microscope images were obtained with a microscope
EM3 with an electronoptioal scale factor of 3900. The
hydj~osilicate C S11 (A) which is formed in the hydration of
nd oncr ?e and which leads to a reduction. of the
vprtla c e
strength of autoclave products, w&s synthesized by a hydro
thermal treatment of a mixture of CaO with quartz sand mixed
at a ratio of'20 at 175 0 during 72 hours. The hydrosilicate
Card 2/4 C 2SH(C) was formed after an identical treatment of 70 hours
SOV/20120445/67
Investigation of the Properties of Calcium Hydrosilicates
duration. Lowbnsicity*hydrosilicates CS11(B) with a fiberlike
texture of a basicity of from 1,250,8 play an important nart
in the autoclave hardening of sandy oemente and lowbasicity
limesand mixtures. Together with tobermorite they are the
cause for the high strength of these ninevals. They were
produced by a hydrothermal 0treatment of v mixture of CO
and silicagel (1:1) at 175 9 for 1, 2 and 3 hours or for from
6  6 hours. The hydronilicate C 48 11 (tobermorite) was syn
t1mized from CaO and quartz sand (;,9:1) at 1750, and a heat
ing for from 12  48 hours or of 7 days. Hydrosilicate of
flint CSH(A) was produced from CaO and quartz skind with a 2
value 8f C/S  0,8 + '18 of water at a pressure of 100 k9/om
at 175 p for from 14 to 60,days. Theexperiments showed thet
the reaction of the formation of hydrosilicatee is consider
ably slomed down Irk presned samples at a steaming in auto
claves as compared to the reaction of the name initial com
ponents taken as a suspension. In spite of the exist;ng evi
aence (Ref 11) stating that among calciumhydrosilicata.9
tobermorite has the greatest crushing strength, the experi
Card 3/4 ments of the authors show, that the flexure strength of the
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InvestiCation of the Properties of Calcium Hydrosilicaten
namples does not increase with growing content of tobermorite.
It can be supposed that the flexure strength of fiberlike
Structures in by no means inferior to that of platclike
structurea, which was proved. "here are 3 figures and 11 ref
erencen, 3 of which are Soviet.
PRESENTED: February 5, 1958, byP. A. Rebinder, 'Memberp Academy of
Sciences, USSR
SUBMITTED: December 13, 1957
1. Calcium silicatesProperties 2. Calcium silicat sPhase
studies 3. Calcium silicatesAnalysis
C..d 414
ZEVIN, L.S MNSKIX, M.M.; MUKER, D.M.; PANCHMIKO, Yu.M.
Diffractometriemethods in precislon mensure"nts of the
parameters of elementary 6911s. K#IatALII*CraftU 6 no.3:348.356
MY6Je 161. (14IRA ll+: 8)
1. N11asbesttsement i Moskovskiy gositdarstve,nnyy universitet
imeni M.V. Lomonosova.
(x maysDiffraction) (Cry."tallography)
ZEVIN, Lev Saulovich; IMEYKER2 Daniel' Molsoyedeb
[Xray nothods of Investigating.u1building materiall)
Rentgenovskie, metody issledovaniia atroitelInykh M'a
terialov. Moskvaj StroUzdat,, 2965. 36111.
(MI 1911)
m. P MPMm"
BOGDANOVA, G.S.; ORLOVA, Ye.M.; ZEVIN, L.S.
Phase composition of pyrocerams in the system SiOl) Al102
BaO  TO Izv. AN SSSR. Neorg. mat..l no.31t2ong201~
N t65, 18,12)
16 Gosudarstvennyy nauohnoissledovatellski.y institut stekla.
Submitted Juxie 2., 1965.
SOROKIN G.M.; OLEYNIK, I.P., doktor ekon. nauk,, RYABUSHKIN, T.V.,
doktor ekon. nauk; DUDDISKIY, I.V., kand. ekon. nauk~
MIROSHNICWXKO, B.P. kand. ekon.nauk; SERGEYEV, V.P., kand.,
ekon. nauk; TARNOWIY, 0.1., kand. ekon,, nauk; STOROZHEV, 1I.I.,
kand. ist. nauk; KONOVALOV, Ye.'A., kand. ekon. nauk; GERTSOVICH,
G.B., kand. ekon. nauk; POPOV, K.I., kand. ekon. nauk, red.,
ZEVIN, LZ, red.; NIKOLAYEV, D.N.,, red.; PAK, G.V., red.~
GERASIMOVA, Ye.S., tekhn. red.
(The building of communism in the U.S.S.R. and cooperation among
the socialist countries]Stroitellstvo kommunizma v SSSR i sotrud
nichestvo sotsialisticheakikh stran. Pod obshchei red. G.M.Soro
kina. Moskva, Ekonomizdat, 1962. 334 P. (MIRA 16:2)
1. Akademiya nauk SSSR. Institut ekonomiki mirowy sotsialistiche
,skoy sistemy. 2. Chlenkorrespondent Akademii nauk SSSR (for
Sorokin).
(Communist countriesForeign economic relations)
24(2), 24M
AUTHORt Zevin' V. Ya. SOV/5636117/62
TITLE: The Spectrum of the Frequencies of Double Spin Resonance
in the Centers of the Coloration of AlkaliHalogen Crystals
(Spektr chastot dvoynogo spinrezonansa na tsentra.'& okraski
shchelochnogaloidriykh kristalloi)
PERIODICALt Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoretichaskoy fiziki, 1959,
Vol 36, Nr 1, pp 116128 (USSR)
ABSTRAM The author determinee the dependence of double spinresonance
frequencies on the orientation of a crystal in ail external
static magnetic field for U _;, F+. and M7centers of alkali.
2 2
halogen crystals# Such an investigation is of importance
because no direct experimental proof is available for the
structure of some electron localization centers. The author
first investigates the spinHamiltonian of the interaction
between a localized electron and the magnetic moment of the
lattice nucleus as well as a simplification of th4a Hamiltonian.
The t,hird part of the paper deals with U  centers. There
i
proof of the fact
exists, by the way, indirect experimenta
Card 1/3 that the absorPtionU 2 band in KOI is due to the prosence of
The Spectrum of the Frequencies of Double Spin SOV/5636117/62
Resonance in the.Centers of the Coloration of AlkaliHalogen Crystals
hydrogen.atoms in the space between the lattice nodos. The.
author determines the frequencies of double spin retionanoe
which occur in the interaction 'twoen the electrcn~of a
U2 center and the 8 xioighbort:I.,b nuclei. The hydrogen. atom
is, in this connection, assumed to be in the center of the
cube. The F+ center, which is discussed in the following
2
chapter, forms a eyatem consisting of 2 negative vacancies and
an electron, which are located in an ion crystal.. Formulas are
written down for the frequencies of spirtnucleus transitions,
which are due to the interaction of the spin of the localized
electron and the magnetio moment of tha kth nucleust these
formulas relate to centers in the plane (100) in the
2 s
symmetric case. Next, the respentiva results obtained by
g.;culating the frequeneies for the asymmetric model of a
er of this paper
T~ (~,!nter axe investigated. The last chap.
discusses the M oenter.s. Like in the case of the F 2 center,
two models,of the Mcenter, viz. a symmetric and an unsymmetric
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Resonance in the Centers of the Coloration of AlkaliHalogen Crystals
one, are calculated. Even in the symmetric case considerable
differences are to be expected between the frequencies of the
ions of a given group, because the ions in such a group have
different positions with respect to the Mcenter. The author
thanks M, F. Deygen for supervising work. There are ~,i figures,
3 tables, and 13 referenoest 5 of which are Soviet.
ASSOCIATION% Brestskiy gosudaretvannyy pedagogicheakiy institut (Brest
State Pedagogical Institute)
SUBMITTED: May 17 1958
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AUTHORS: Deygen, M. F., Zevin, V. Ya.
TITLE: SpinLattice Relaxation of Local Electron Centers in Non
metallic Crystals
PERIODICALs Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fiziki, 1960,
Vol. 39, No. 400), PP. 1126 1137
TEXT: It was the.purpose of the present paper to develop a,theory of
spinlattice relaxationi~f local,electron centers in nonmetallic crystals
located in a strong magnetic fieldl.In the introduction, the author;3 .
discuss the theory by Waller (Ref. 1), who assumed that the spinlattice
relaxation in strong magnetic fields is due to a change in the interatomic
spacings caused by therinal lattice vibrationsT This theory does, ho ever,
not suit a~l cases. In the present paper, the authors cionsider the ::pin
lattice relaxation as being caused by a change in the energy of the con
tact interaction between the spin of a localized electron and a nucleus,
which is caused by thermal lattice.vibrations. This relaxation mechanism
has always a relaxation time i (Ref, J) which correspondn to a proieas
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in which a reorientation of the nuclear spin occurs simultaneously, which
compensates the change in angular momentum. There also exists another
relaxation mechanism which is due to the reorientation of the electron
spin without corresponding reorientation of the spin of those nuclei which
cause the hyperfine structure of the paramagnetic absorption lines of
local electron centers (relaxation time Ts)~ This division of relaxation
mechanisms is reasonable also from the experimental viewpoint (for non
metals). The theory is developed in all detail for crystals in which the
wave function of the localized electron can be chosen in atomic orbit
approximation. The relations obtained may be considerably simplified by
studying an Fcenter; for a Mtype crystal, a practical example it)
calculated; and for an Pcenter of such a crystal, the maxi ,mum and minimum
relaxation times are numerically determined (corresponding to the maxim=
and minimum sound velocities). If the two sound velocities in KCI are
Vlong (4.473.05).105cm/see and v trans ~ (176  2.90).105 cm/sec, the
authors obtain the relaxation times 7 . = 7.6/T min and i = 87/T min.
min max
For T =14 OK and H = 3000 Oe, (min 1.9 min and E... 22 min result.
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I. M. Dykman is mentioned. There are 12 references, 5 Soviet, 1 Japanese,
1 German, 1 British, and 4 US.
ASSOCIATION: Institut fiziki Akademii nauk Ukrainskoy SSR (Institute of
Physics cf the Academy of Sciences Ukrainskaya ~SR).
Brestskiy podagogicheskiy institut ~Bres:E Pedagogical
Institute)
SUBMITTEDt April 29, 1960
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~iUTHOR: Zev,in,'.V.. Ya.
Spin 1atticerelax6tionof localized electrons (Raman effect
of acoustic phonons)
Fizika
r tverdogo tela, v 3t.no.2, 1961t 5996o6
TEXT: The workunder consideration here is i:n continuation of a previous,
investigation conducted by the'author together with M. F. Deygen (Ref. 1.,
ZhETF, 391 1126, 1960) on singlephonon relaxation processes, and deals with,
a theoretical consideration'of twophonon processes. The author chiefly con
sidered the spinlattice relaxation caused in a strong magnetic field by the
Raman effect of acousticphonons with a magnetic contact hyperfine interac
tion of the spin of a localized electron with the spins of the nuclei.sur
rounding the latter. Premises and definitions are the sane as in Ref. 1.
The wave function of localelectron centers is written in adiabatic approxi
mation under the presuppoeition of a stron magnetic field. It iE the
product of three wave functions: the wave functionof the electron sub
I and the
systeia T(r) the heavy subsystem (product of oscillator functionsi
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spin wave' function. proceeding from the Hamiltonian of the contact hyper
fine4interaction of the spin of the'localized electron (averaged over the
wave function of the electron, subsystem
A
a
R the author.examined the temperature dependence of
I ~(' )12
the transition probabilities at T4 9 and T >Q. (0  Debyetemperature of
the crystal, radius vector.of the 1th nucleus which is displaced from
its position ofequilibrium, S, L, are the spins of the electron and of the
1
1,th nucleus, respectively,,,a1 87tV111/3sil, V is the Bohr magneton, is
the nuclear magnetic moment. Summation is done overthe N nuclei'of the
nearest neighborhood of the localized electron. Formula
Ik y At*.
P 4( it exp
T, 7 (y) J,
d2 h (7)
0 long lexp WI)  I
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is obtained, f or the. robability of r eorient ation of the electron spin from
a state with a projec,tion',.onto the magnetic field 1.41 W +1/2, into the state
0 ~~ I . . . I
S
with M 1/2 and simult'aneous Raman effect of phonons. In this formula
S 2
is the mbLximuin value of the spin factorytithhalfintegral
Mt (ik +
(R0' 2
integral one.has fo,put 1),'A a )I is_the~
k;.'f Ik. is k k C.T. kit k,
constant of the h 6racti'n'of the spin of alocalized electron
yperfine int 0
with the kth nucleuela kG/h, v is the soundLX
is a f ormal parameter, V
0 max
velocity, is def ined. by
ijp,
l
ong
42 (ED)
V1
dafor the totality of the ind:ce. fo
The subscript (i) stall 9 srp
(it j). st pt q'). ForTO one obtains
00 2
P NT/h) 3 f x,exp x T(xkT/h) dxj here, P denotes the factor
0 .0
0 (exp x.
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which in' (7) comes~ before the integral. If I(xkT/h) is expanded into a
2
a series, one obtains.P.,, P (k/h)3T7(c  C T + C T4 Thus, at
0 0 1 2
a,sufficiently low temperaturej P r T>G one obtains
+ T7. FO
P P (kg/h)3(T/O ~1'6axv )dVj a rough estimation of the integ;ral
+ 0
0
gives (9 V, d V fVI N(N'  1) 4 A 111,aCltype lattice is considered for an
f max, 1 51 2 1
0
example and numerical calculations are performed.for F centers of KC1, with
only the first coordination sphere of theF center being taken into account.
When assuming that v (447305)1o5 cm/see and v
long t~ans
~2.91.7*105 cm/sec, one obtains
P+ 0.946  10'. T31(7),
(16),
I(T) 205 (0.1 T)If (7).
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where f(T) denotes a signchanging series, f(T)  1, for T  0, It is thus
found that for T,A00K the relaxation due to Raman effect of acoustic phonons
is more conside~_able than the singlephonon relaxation, If the uper limit
P
value is taken for vlo,g and v trans' one obtains T4rfl5oKi at room tempera
ture (T . 291 OK) and a 0 I A one obtains for the spinlattice relaxation
time T = 1/2P+ J~ C4 201105 sec. For T>Q, T=4,10 _5 sec. In reality, how
ever, T is about 8.5 times as large, since ar, = 2.4 A, There are 11 refer
ences: 5 Sovietbloc and 4 nonSoviet.bloc.
ASSOCIATION: Brestskiy pedag6gicheskiy institut (Brest Pedagogical Insti
tute)
SUBMITTED: July 2, 1960
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AUTHORSs Zevin, V. Ya.; Shahina,'_
LEs On the thegry of paramaqn~tic 'resonance"in zero and'inter
IT
T
mediate magnetic fields
LAOURCE; Fizika tver'dogo te1a,,v..6,_no. 7,.,1964, 19461955
TAGSi electron parami netic 'resonance, energy level,.,eigen'
ag
.1 hector, spin, wave function,,dipole transition, hyperfine structure
3
STRACT: In order toh~ip id6ntify the additior;al EPR lines that
appear in zero and in intermed.i'ate magnetic fields, the authors cal
culate the energy levels,',the eigenvoctora,,the spin wave functionst',
and the magneticdipgle,trcin,6itions'for two interacting spihs inthe
presence of axial',symmetrys for tho'case when,one of the spins.io
equal to 1/2 apa the other '.sptn As arbitrary.' A detailed analysis
is made of the probabili~y,df,,ror6field'tran'sitions between levels F7;
"'ACCESSXON UR: AP4041601 i
of the hyperfine structure of a paramagnetic center in v4ew of the
interest that attaches"to, fieldfree resonan
ce in th~ region below,
microwave frequenc~y. Expressions for tl~e energy IeVels'and for the
spin wave functionsar6 aiso obtained for the 'case when the. smaller.
.of the spins is eq%al 6'unit~ 4.', "The small perturbationg that bri
about super'hfa splitti~g'are briefiy diicusse"do Tl~~ r4l3ults'caA
J)e *useful not only in*iiivestigatio'ns of'field4ree ieso~ance 'at the
hyperfine structure,"but In. calculations of ~the magnetic sum4pti
bility and analysis'of.e:kchangrdinteraction between paramagnetic
centers. "The authors are grateful to Professor H. P. Deygen for
reviewing the manuscript;~ Orig.% art,haas'.3' figures and 20 for'MA_
las.
fAssociATrOUS Kiyevskiy'politekhnicheskiy institut (Kiev Pol~te6nic;
InstitutO,
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DBYGEN, M.F.; MAYEVSKIY, V.Mm; ZETIN, V.Ya,; VITRIKHOVSKIY, 14.1.
Electron paramagnetic resonance of Mn2+ ions in CdS. Fiz. tver.
tela 6 no.9:27562761 S 164.
(MIRA 17:11)
1. Institut poluprovodnikov AN SSSRp Kiyev.
ZEVTN, V.Ya.; SHANINA, B.D,
Theox7 of paranagnetic resonance in zero and Intermediate magnetiL
fields. TUz. Lver. tela 6 no.7:1946,1955 J1 164. (MIRA 17110)
I* Kiyeva'kly politekhnicheskiy institut.
,
Card 3/3
Frequency spectra of double electronnuclear spinresonance on
paramagnetic defectsin crystals. Fiz.tver.iela 4 no 2:47j'&484
F 162. iKM, 15:2)
1. Brestskiy gosudarstvennyy pedagogicheskiy inatitut imenJ.
A.S.Fushkina.
(Paramagnetic resonance and ilaxation)
(CrystalisSpectra) (&ystalsDofectP)
IMM I , ~
'M VOMRMMMONvin
UNPAS MOM IffWIMIUMMII M BOOM% .RMA
V~M
S/m/62/004/002/029/051
BlOIJBI02
AUTHOR: Zevin, V. Ya.
TITLE: Frequency spectra of double electronnuclear spin :resonance
at paramagnetic crystal defects
PERIODICAL: Fizika tverdogo,,telat v. 4p no. 2, 1962p 478484
TEXT: Proceeding from papers of G. Feher (see below) on.double efeotron
nuclear spin 'resonance (DSR), the results are generalized foil systems with
adipoledipole Interaction of the same order.of magnitude as, or stronger
than, the contact interaction. On the strength of previous' papers ('ZhETF1
36, 116, 11959; ZhOSI niv 660, 1957), the spin Hamiltonian of the magnetic
hyperfine interaction of,an electron (hole) localized in the crystal is
simplified by introducing the symmetry group G(k) which contains one axis
of rotation. The spin Hamiltonian of hyperfine interaction with the kth:
nucleus acquires the form
(2)
Ask ok Dj~~ [61,9)
Card
S/18,1/62/004/002/029/051
Frequency spectra of double BIOI/BI02
S' Ik' k~ are the spins and.magnetic moments of electron (hole) and
nucleus, respectively; a 2 being the wave
k (89/3)("k/SlAY (Qk
function of the local electron (hole); DkI is the dipoledipole.ooefficie.ni4
and Qk is the radius vector. Assuming a strong magnetic field and
introducing a Iquantization axis) one finds'
HM'
8 Ma 'Y.JP
P1
A
is the unit. vector along thequantization axis; I# is the projection
k n
k
of the spin of the kth,nucleus onto this axis; are the direction
kp
cosines of n k;and MS is the quantum number of the projection of.the
electron spin onto the field H. For the energy levels, ope obtains
X. k11 'k nk) (5), where 7~11 k(""knk) are the eigenfunctions'
Card'2/4
Ow
34239
91, 62/004/002/029/051
Frequency spectizik ofdoubls,... B101 102
of the ope.ratorIn k, and ?~S(Ma) is the wave function of.the electron spin.
In a rf magnetic field R
the system is perturbed by the operator
'2~(Ak/1k)T,1k' The selection rules. for the magnetic dipole transitions
k
are found from Eq. (5), and for the DSR frequencies it follows from.Eq..(3)
that
=1M
hv,:: ak 4 D;j 6#k (I
 7  (7)
XI
in the case of axial symmetry, where Dkj
Sk
pkH 4 ok i Dt,
The angular dependence of can be determined by changing Ithe orionta
k
tion of relative'to the crystalo~ For P he transition
k"ifMSIK'z1 ak t
Card 3/4
Y(239
8/181/62/004/002/C'29/051
Frequency spectra of double... BIOI/B102
frequencies dependonly on the dipoledipole interaction. According to
H. Woodbury aad G. W. Ludwig (s ee below), it is'demonatrated how it is
possibleto ascertain whether an atom is located at the lattice site of
a diamondtype lattice or eymmetrically in the interstice. IA. F. Deygen
As thanked for a discussion. There are 11 references: 4 Soviet and 
7 non~doviet. The four most recent references to Englishlanguago publica
tions read as follows: G. Peher, Phys. Rev., jjA, 1219, 1959; 11. Lord,
Phys. Rev. Let.9 1.9 170:1958; W C. Holtong H. Blum, C. P. Slichter,
Phys. Rev. Let.,.~, 197 1960; H. Woodbury, G. W. Ludwigt Phys. Revj
1179 102" 1960.
ASSOCIATION: Brestskiy gosudarstvennyy pedagogicheakiy institut im. A. S.
Pushkina (Brest State Pedagogical Institute imeni A15.
Pushkin)
SUBMITTED: September 25, 1961
Card 4/4
 
IIg I I zaw ~'Ttq%i
ZEVIN V. Ya.
Superfine dipoledipole spinlattice relaxation of local elactron
centers, Fiz, tver, tels. 3 no. 3:910917 Mr 161. (MM 14:5)
1e Brestskiy pedagogicheskiy institut.
(Paramagnetic resonance and relaxation)
V. Ya. , Cand. PhysMath. Sol. (dies) "SUDerThin inter
ZEVIN)
action In Paramagnetic R~sonance and Back3creen Relaxation
of Locall Electron Centers in Crystals." Minsh, lnrl, 9 pp
(Acad. of Sol. BSSR,Combined Council of Institute of Physics,
InGt. of Mathemotios end Computer Technique and Dept of.Solid
State Physics and Semiconductors) 200 copies (KL Supp 1261,
2 5 1)
ZEVINS V. Ya.
Spinlattice relaxation of localized electrons (Rwm diaperajon
of acoustical phonons). Fiz. tver. tale. 3 no.2:599606 F 161.
(MIRA 24:6)
1. Brestskly pedagogichaskiy Inatitut.
(Iattice theory)
F ~ TARASOV fl;~!.
Ctrrlpedia thornC.lea nf the Arcitic Ccean. Report No.5.
Trudy M0111 259t"429240 164. (MI'MIL 17;2,2)
ZEVINAp G.B.
Fouling in the White Sea. Truc~r InBt. okean. 7035271 163.
Thoracic cirripeds in the fouling of the Black Sle'ao
Ibid..*7275 ~(MIRA 171:7)
.    I       .                I
ZEVINA, G.B.; TAIll."OV., N.I.
Fauna of thoracic cirril4ds on tho continenW1 coa~st r, fs o i t h, 
eastern Asia. Trudy Inst. Ikenn. '70:76100 163,
(MIRA 1,:7)
ON U~,
Z., 1111k, G.B., Calld Bio Sci (,lies) ships and
on the 6aspian sea." 'Yos, 1958. 15 PP
,,Acad Sci USSR). 110 copies (KLS
(Inst of OceanoloEy 2058, 95)
MAUVICH, I.I.; ZEVIITA, G.B.
Materials on the joligochaete fauza of Rybinsk Reservoir.,'Prudy
Biol. sta. 'Borokm n0.3:399406 158. (MIRA 11:9)
(Rybinsk ReservoirOlligochaota)
ZIVINA G B
~blluske Mytilaefer l1neatus (Gwlln) "d Dreipsena polymorpha Fall.
as overgrowth organisms in the Caspian Sea. Izv. AN Turk.SSII no.4:
5762 158. (MRA 11:10)
1. Institut zoologii I parasitologii AN TurX6enskoy SSR.
(Caspian SeaMcIbisks)
ZEVINA
Fouling of ships docked in the Kola Gulf (Barents Sea). Okeanologlia
2 no.1:126133 '62. (MIR& 15:2)
1. Institut okeanologii AN SSSR.
(Kola GulfFouling of ship bottoms)
"M
77 7 961
3(9) SOV/265971.6/55
AUTHOR: Zevina, G.B.
TITLE: New Organisms in the Caspian Sea
PERIODICAL: Priroda, 1959, Nr 7, pp 79  80 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: The article lists new organisms which made their
way into the Caspian Sea during the last 56 years
by clinging to ship hulls. This was made possible
by the opening of the VolgaDon Canal. New crayfish,
jellyfish, crabs, algae, and pearlweeds from a3, far
as North America are now dwelling in the Caspian Sea.
The article mentions the names of B.M. LogvirLejako,
A.D. Ziniova, and R.k. KudinovaPasternak. Theve
are 3 Soviet references.
ASSOCIATION; Instetut okeanologii Akademii nauk SSSR, Moskva
(Institute of Oceanography of the AS USSR, Moscow)
Card 1/1
NIVINA, GoB.
Fouling of hydraulic structures in the Caspian S,.a. Trudy Inst.
okean. 496596 161 1~:1)
(Caspian SeaPlarine fouling)
,,__~IA, G.B STAROSTIN, IN.
Qualitative and quantitative changes in fouling in the Caspian Sea
following the opening of the VolgaDon Canal. Trudy Inst~ okean.
49:97107 '61. 15:1)
(Caspian SeaMarine fouling)
Z_FVtFEVFR, Mle
PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/5395
Bol'shakov, Konstantin Vasillyevich, Sergey Aleksandrovich Vorobl
yev,,,Mikhail.Abramovich Dymshits, Leonid Yefimovich Yefimenkop
and Mikhail Yeleazarovich Zevlever
Modernizatsiya metallorezhushchikh stankov; iz opyta kharlkovskikh
zavodov (Modernization of MetalCutting Machine Tools; From the
Experience of Kharikov Plants) (Kharlkov) Khar1kovskoye 11mizhnoye
izdvo., 1960. 163 p. Errata slip inserted. 3,600 copies
printed.
Eds.: S. A. Voroblyev, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Dcrjnt,
and I. P. Lyalyuk; Tech. Ed.: M. 1. Limanova.
PURPOSE: This book is intended for workers and technical personnel
dealing with metal cutting.
COVERAGE: Experience gained by [technically) advanced Kharlkov
enterprises in the modernization of lathes, vertical boring
mills., planers and shapers, drilling machines, gearcutting
Card_.~.
74
Modernization of MetalCutting (Cont.) SOV/5395
machineso grinding machines, and other metalcutting machine tools
Is discussed. Concrete examples are given which demonstrate
the economic effectiveness of equipment modernization. No
personalities are mentioned. There are no references.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Foreword
Ch. I. Basic Trends in the Modernization of MetalCutting
Machine Tools 6
The reduction of cutting time 7
The reduction of setup time 9
Automation of the machining cycle 10
Increasing the process adaptability [of machine tools)
and the procurement of needed types of machine tools for.
factories. 12
Increasing the service life of machine tools 14
CardZ/5
Z94IMEJEWY A.
The trackless system of opencaat mining. p. 124.
PRZB3IAD GORNICZY. Stowarzyszenie IlaukolwoTechnicne Inzynierow i Technikow.
Gornictwa, Katowice, Poland, Vol. 15, No. 3, March, 1959.
Monthly List of East European Accessions (EFAI)j LCj Vol. 8, No. 9, September, 1959,
Uncl.
ZEWIL'RZF.JEW.. A., mgr,,, inz.
What less expensive coal, crude ollp natural oil or electricity?
,ohn A1,111o.22.79.le (40
ZAGOSKINA, Yq.D.; SIJKORSKrY, K.P.; ZEVINA, A.N.,, otv. red.; VORONKOV,
M.I., red.
(Recommended mathematics curriculum for the second half of
the 19621963 schoolyear (grade5to 11)J Primernyl plan
raboty po matematike vo vtorom polugodii 19621963 uohebnop.0
goda (VXI.klassy). Moskva, 1963. 83 p. (MIRA 16:8)
1. Moscow. Gorodskoy inatitut usovershppstvovaniya uchiteley.
2. Direktor Hoskovskogo gorodskogo instituta usovershenstv(j
vaniya uchiteley (for Zevina).
(MathematicsStudy and teaching)
A
ZEY, A. N "ll'olanosis of Tomatoes and Yeasures to. Combat It it) the
Bashkir 1MR." Author's al~cltract of a dizisertatlon submAteCl at
the Cmsk Agricultural Inst imeni S. M. Kirov. Orsk, lF55
(Dissertatio,n for the Degree of Candidate in Apricultural CiE!jlCeS)
SO: Knizhnaya Letcpis No 1, 1956
qftrlga~
400X WELD ASSINBLY OF �Ljkj WUrIORK OF H1011 BUILDITIGS
(IV RUSIUAN) M.H. Sakhnovskii andhA. D.Zejirq Avto. Bolo
(Itolding) , V. 21, MvLrw 1960, P. 1819.
Possibility of attaching horizontal braces t6tho
body or colwins in tW:. fr=owork of hiZ'4 buildings without
use of the "overhead' violdin position.. Dptimua &P.P
bvtwoon bracu ard coluawilo indicatndo Steel backings
noro found more a plica"Re thdn asbostos or SaeEer. (K
C,erorr,l, T 268 Cus
*R!t~
ZEVIN, G. Ya. and BAYANOVA, M. G.
"Material Connected With the Diphtheria Epidemic in the Towns of Frunze and
Osh," Trudy Institute, Epidemiologii i IMrobiologii Ministerstva Zdravoohhraneniya Kirgiz'
skoy SSR, Frunze, Vol 1, 1951, pp 24~25
ZEVIN, G. Ya.
"Experiments With the. Shick Reaction With Respect to the Antidiphtheria.
Immunity of Groups of Children in~the Town of Fnmze," Trudy Instituta Epidemiologii
i Mikrobiologii 14inisterstva Zdravookhraneniya Kirgizakoy SSR) Faulze) Val 1) 1951, 26, 27
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51620/25
AUTHOR: .
Zevin, V. Ya..
TITLE: The SpinHamiltonian for Interaction of a localized
Electron in a Crystal with Magnetic Nuclear Moments.
(Spingamill.tonian vzaimodeystviya lokalizovannogo
elektrona v kristalle s magnitnymi momentami.5rader.)
PERIODICAL: Optika i Spektroskopiya, 1957, Vol, III, Nr. 6,
pp. 660664. (USSR)
ABSTRACT: Studies of paramagnetic resonance in Fcentres of
alkalihalide salts and in donor impurities in
.silicon show that at sufficiently low temperatures
broadening of paramagnetic resonance lines is
essentially due to the interaction of a localized
electron with magnetic moment* of nuclei of the
crystal (Refs13). It was therefore of interest
to find the spinHamiltonian for such an interaction.
First a general expression for this Hamiltonian is
obtained and then the author discusses the case when
Card 1/2 the smoothed wavefunction of an impurity centre is
51620/25
The SpinHamiltonian for Interaction of a Localized Electron in
a Crystal with A%gnetic Nuclear Moments.
spherically symmetrical. Expressions for the
coefficients of the spinHamiltonian are obtained
and the appropriate spinHamiltonian for an Fcentre
is discussed. The paper is entirely theo*cetical.
The author thanks M. F* Deygexx for directing, this
work. There are 5 references, of which 3 are Russian
and 2 English*
SUBMITTED: June 26, 1957.
AVAIIABLF,: Library of Congress.
Card 2/2
AUTHORS: Deygen, IA. F,$ Zovin, V. Ya.
SOV15634513161
TITLE; The Dependan,,e of the Hyperfine Structure of F,Gen+,ers on the
0iientation of the Crystal in an External Magnetic Pield
1 overkhtonkoy struktury Ftsentra ot oxiyentatsil
(Zuvisimoat
kristalla vo vneshnem magnitnom pole)
PERIODICAL: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fizikl', 1958*
.Vol. 34;, Nr 5, PP, 11421147 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: Taking into account the results of previous pap(trs, the autho'rs
find a generaI expression for the spin interaction between an
Fcenter electron and the angular moments of the first and
second coordinational spheres surrounding the nuclei by using
the continuous and orbital models of Fcenters in KC1 type
lattices. The investigation of the anisotropy of the coeffi
cients of the spin Hamiltonian leads to a good consistency
with the results obtained by G, Felier (Feyer)ls experiments,
First, the explicit form of the spin Hamiltonian of the
interaction of the localized electron in a crystai. with the
magnetic moment of the kth nucleus of the lattice is given.
The authors take into account the interaction with the nuclei
Card 113 of the first and second coordination spheres, as this inter
The Dependence of the Hyperfine Structure of SOV5634513/61
FCenters on the Orientation of the Crystal in an External
MaCnetio Field
action is the most essential one. The form of the Vfunction
dei)ends on the model of the Fcenter. In the cas.. of the
continuous model (using the method of the eff..C.tive, mass and
the appro imation of atrona coupling) one may write
T(r)zc where y(r) denotes the wave function that
k kPk(Qk)
is spherically symmetric with resnect to the lattice defect.
TIC(Qk) denotes the atomic 4stvactlons of K and C17. The authors
then give an explicit expression for them function taking into
account the COntTibution of the first and of the second coor
dination spheres and also of the central ion Cl". This ex
pression is specialized for the model of the Fienter. The
authors first investigate the hyperfine interaction of ,
the Fcenter electron with one of the nuclei of the first
coordinate sphere, The corresponding expression for Hk is
Given explicitly, The authors then derive the spin Hamiltonian
of the hyperfine interaction of the Fcenter electron with the
Card 2/3 chlorine nucleus of the second coordinate sphere. Some differ
The Dependence of the Hyperfine Structure of FCenters SOV/5634513/61
on the Orientation of the Crystal in an External Magnetic Field
ences between the results of this paper and thos~i obtained
by Felier.(Feyer) are mentioned. There are 1 figure, 2 tables,
and 10 references, 7 of which are Soviet. ,
ASSOCIATION: Institut fiziki Akademii nauk Ukrainskoy SSR (Institute of
Physics, AS Ukr SSR)
SUBMITTED: November 10, 1957
1. Perturbation theory 2. CrystalsMagnetic factors 3. Crystals
Lattices 4. Mathematics4pplications
Card 3/3
DEYGAW, N.Y.*,ZKVINO V.Ya.
Weat of the orientation of crystals and an external magnetic
field on the hyperfiue structure of Fcenters [with summary'Lu
Englishl. Zhur. eksp. i teor. fiz 34 lio.5:11421147 Vq 1_93
6)
1. Institut fizild Akademii nauk M=ainskoy SSR,
(Crystal latticed) (Potai3sium chlorideMagnetic properties)
TAUSOVO II.I.;_ZRVINA,, G.B. PkVIOVSKIY, Ye.N., akadem
iko glavv*tr red.;
BYKHOVSKIY. R. e.,, red.; VINOGROOV, 3S, ied.; SHTAM3VBM, A.A.,
red.; $TPJ&O** A*A*, red.; SARGRWA# GI,. red. izdva; SHIRROVA.
A*V*# tekhn, red.'
[Barnacles (nirripedia thoracica) inthe seasof the U.S.S.R.] Uso'
nogie raki (Cirripedia thoracica) morei SSSR. Moskva, Izdvo almd.
nTik SSSR, 1957. 263 P. (Fauna SSSR, no.69). (RDA 1103)
1. Direktor Zoologichaskogo instituta AN SSSR (for Pavloveldy).
(Girripedia)
. .......................................................
ffplan Sea. Trudy Gldrobiol.
(ShipsPaintiog)
IN 'I'' I 'I
I I NOW M. M. IN Wl.
C.
I'MORS, Em
AM M,=j
BRODSKIY. K.A.; VIRKE'NS, M.A.;
VOWDGHEKO*: IT.I.; GALKIN, Tu.I.,; GURITAHOVA, Te.F.; DOG1;L'
V.A.; DITAKODDY, A.M.; ZBVIIIA, G.B.; IVAWV, A.T.; KIRITAX)VA,
Te.S.; Z)BYAKOVA,ZwT.;_KDwN:T1M1.; KONZHUKOVA,Te.D.;
KOROTKEVICII, V.S.;KLYUGE, G.A.; LOZINALOZINSKIY, L.K.:
LOWMNA, N.B.; NAUROV, D.V.; PERGAMENT, T.S.; RWHITNYAX,,
V,V.; SAVELOYEVA, T.S.; SKARLATO, O.A.;,SOKOLOV, I.I.;
STIUMOV, A.A.; TARASOV, N.I.; USHAKDV, P.V.; SHCHIORINA,Z.G.
YAKOVLETA, A.?,f.;*USMOV. P.V., obahchi)r rukovoditall;
PAVIDVSKIY, Ye.N., akademik, redaktor; STR = OVO A.A. redaktor;
BRODSKIY, K.A.. redaktor; ARONS, R.A., tokhnichaskiy redaktor.
[Atlas of invertebrates of the Far East seas of the U.S.S.R.]
.Atlas beepozvonachnykh dallnevoBtachrqkh moral SSSR. Moskva,
!:;dvo Akad.nauk SSSR, 1955. 24o p., 66 plates. (mLRA 8:io)
1. Akademiya nallk SSSR. Zoologicheskly institutr
(Soviet Far EastInvertebrates)
AUTHORt ZEVINA,G.B. PA  3374
TITLES Cirr[p__ed_a_._7('Balanus improvious Darwin and B.eburneus Gould)in
Overgrowths on ShipBottoms and Hydrotechnical Constructions
of the Caspian Sea)
(usonogiye raki (Balanus improvisus Darwin i B.eburneus Gould)v
obrastaniyakh sudov i gidrotekhnioheakikh aooruzbeniy
Kaspiyskogo morya Russian).
PERIODICALS Doklady Akademii Luk SSSR, Vol 113, Nr 2v PP 450  453j 1957
(U.S.S.R.)
ABSTRACTS Cirripeds are the most common components of overgrowthe on
seagoing vessels. On the ship bottom they are often carried
into regions far away from their original domain, where, under
favourable conditions, they can propagate and colonize new regions.
Thus Balanus eburneU8 came from North America into the Black Sea,
many other organisms from the southern hemisphere into the northern
one etc. The Caspian Sea turned out to be especially favourable
for the naturalization of several intervertebrates and a few
fishes from the Black Sea. Thus, the B.improvieus (1955) came,
here from the Black Sea through the VolgaDonCanal. In '1956 also
Balanus eburneus was found here (on stakes and buoys in 'the
Kraanovodekbay and on wooden stakes of the Orguohinakiy.island,
Card 1/3 here in connection with Balanus improvisus). Balanas imp:,ovisus
Cirripeds. PA  3374
is obviously distributed all over the sea. kn exception is the
Bakubay where the water contaminated by mineral oil obviously is
,pian specimens
not suited for ciftipeds. When comparing the Cas
ofboth kinds with those from the Black Sea some differences
be6ame evident: Balanus improvisus shows solid, thickwalled
shells and is considerably larger, which apart from its vast
distribution gives evidence of favourable conditions prevailing
here. Balanus eburneus colonizes in the Kraonovodakbay on shells
of the mollusk Mytilaster lineatus (also imported) and is smaller
than specimen from the Black Sea. It might during the short
period not have been able yet to attain its maximum size. In the
Caspian as well as in the Asov Sea Falanue improvisus competes
with Mytilaster lineatus in finding room to settle on vacant sur
faces. Balanus improvieus is frequently found on ships, whereas
Balanus eburneus occurs more rarely. The cirriped overgrowths
do not only retard the speed of ships but also intensify the
corrosion of the hull. They cur. through the paint with the sharp
edges of their shells and give seawater access to the metal.
Whbn growing they shove away the layer of paint and thus
penetrate under the paint. The phenomenon of these crustaceans
in the Caspian Sea makes it necessary to apply an antiovergrowth
paint with an admixture of DDT if necessary, as a coating for
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