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-ACC. Nr: AP0049058- Ref. Code. PREMARY SOURCE-. Vestnik Oftal"malogii, 1970, Nr P P FIRST RESULTS OF TREATING STRABISMUS AND ANt-BLYOPIA AT A SPECIALIZED SANATORIUM DEPARTMENT A S.-Bonova, N. Ya. Zefiser, V. P. Smolyakova Summary In January, 1968, ihe first in the Soviet Union eye sanatorium department for the treatment of strabi-smus -nd amblyopia became operative at the Childrens' C!~n;cal Hospital No 1. Dysbinocuiar arn-bivInpia (with visual acuity of up to 0-1 inclusive) and that of median degree with acenzric fixation, as 'well as nonaccomodative str&r_-.n-;s demanding complex treatment were arnong indications for the r6erral to the Szanatoriui-n department. In addition to special, pleoptorthopic exercises the children undergo gl_rle.-a! tonic treatment for, being debilitated, their general health status must be improved to pro- vide for successful cor.-ecziGn of strabismus and amblyopia. In the specialized 5anatortuin department a highly qualif'ed, active, regular an:i long-term treatment of children with sirabismus and imbiyopia is ensured, ivhich outpatient m3naqem~-nz of sorne of them would appear to be impossible by virtue oi oo- mestfc and other conditiom, -4,~ RE E L 041, 19800845 0442!)]:'4 1 ~ 4 1)j) 04~)Q'5 PA, I AIN Ij rwent,,V7 UR 0482 Soviet Inventions Illustrated, Section II Electrical, De MATRIX proposed is intended to 241105 THE DIOD~ I facilitafA the control oi the whole assembly and ensure the absenceof broken down diodes. When trigger counter 1 (see diagram) is set to the initial condition a test pulse is also given switch- ing over relays 2,3. 2 applies a positive voltage from power supply 5 to the auxiliary line 4, whence through its diode and line 14 the diodes in any selected horizontal line 6, selected by change-switch 7,8 receive the voltage reversely and pass the total reverse current oTi via 3 to amplifier 9, set to function on some permissible current level. The test signal is also sent from 4 up each vertical to ~GR gates 11. As there are no signals incoming from 1 (in initial position) the comparison unit 12 functions if all the vertical lines are sound. The vertical line 14 is connected to a relay 15. When any horizontal line is connected to 5 for testing, the relay is shunted by a diode 10, and its contacts (not shown) open; this is a signal attesting che soundness of the horizontal line tested. 28.1.67. as 1102693126-9. M.S.SLASHCHININ et alia. (12.8.69) Bul 13/1.4.69- Clags 42M3-4lnt.Cl.G 06f. I fTY70837 ----------- 41 10 + QkQ AA0044291 AUTHORS: Slashchinin, M. S.; Bonovskiy, I V.; Kuz'min, Ye. I. I I 19770839 I USSR UDC: 669.7151782-004,69 BOOM, Ye. A. 17he Nature of Modification of Silumin-type Alloys" Priroda Ntodifitsirovaniya Splavov Tipa Silumin [Englisli version above], Metallurgiya Press, Moscow, 1972, 72 pp. Translation of Foreword: The scientific and technical revolution, reaching all the industrial nations of the world, could not but extend to the area of production and application of metal materials. It has been particularly influential as concerns alLuninum. In modern technology, alumintun, is primarily u1sed as its allDys, i-:hich are usually differentiated, depending on the method of production of products of those alloys, into forging and casting alloys. Among the man), casting alloys based on aluminum, aluminum-silicon 11joys, L . callel sillim'1115, porticularly tile more complex alloys of this system, Coll tai Ili ng small quantities of magnes3um, manganese and other metals, occupy a dominant position. One of the most important operations in tile process of production of silwaiii-type alloys is modification. The nature of this phenomenon has not yet been fully studied and continues to be of great interest to metall7-irgists and metal scien-tists throughout the world. 1/3 USSR Boom, Ye. A., Priroda Modifitsirovaniva Splavov Tipe Siluniin, Metallurgiya Press, Moscow, 1972, 72 pp. No attempt has yet been made to sunmarize the many work's which have studied this phenomenon from various points of view, except for the monograph of S. 1M. Voronov and A- N. Samorukov, Issled-ovaniye ST)lavov Tip.- Silumin [Study of Silumin- type alloys), published in 1931") and now largely obsolete, Plus---a small section in the book Modifitsirovaniye Struktury Metallov i Splavov [Modification of the StrUC- ture of IMetals and Alloys] by M. V. Malltsev, published in 1964, The large quantities of factual material in the domestic and foreign litera- ture, the interesting and original ideas of various researchers, -and the work of the author of this book on the creation of a nci~ modification theory, performed at various times over a period of almost 25 years have. served as the basis for the writing of the present monograph. The author thanks all those t,;hose advice, constructive criticisir, or concrete aid helped him in the performance of his work. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/3 4 5 USSR Boom, Ye. A., Priroda Nlodifitsirovaniya Splavov Tipe SilLinin, \jctaijurgiy,1 Press, Moscow, 1972, 72 pp. Chapter I. Modern Opinions of Certain Phenomena Involved in the Process of Crystallization of Metallic Melts . . . . . . . . . . . . . is Chapter 11. Hypotheses and tile Theory of Modift 'cation . . . . . . . . . . 27 Chapter III. Iffie Nature of Modification of Silturin . . . 42 Chapter IV. Examples of Practical Application of the New 1~1"Ory of Modification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 3/3 USSR UDC 539.171.017 .BOOS. E. G.-. VINITSKIY, A. Kh., TAKIBAYEV, Zh. S., TURSUNOW, R. A., CHKS_i,'FY,_0T, f. Ya., institute of High-Energy Phlysics of the Academy of Sciences Kazakh SSP "Comparison of ibe Characteristics of Pion-Nucleon and Proton-14"ucleon Interactions" Moscow, Izvestiya Akademli Flauk SSSR, Seriya Flzicheskay-3, Vol. 36, No. 8, Aug 72, pp 1701-1704 Abstract: The varlous characteristics of inelastic proton-nuclean (V?1) and pion-nucleon (w11) collisions were comparedsince they are of great interest in explaining the characteristics of the mechanism of hadron interactions and in determining the pos-sibility of distinguishing differ- ent types of events formed by cosmic ray particles. The work is based on experimental material obtained in studying collisions between 17-Gev Dions and 20-Gev pro-Lons ~dth nucleons of a nuclear emiulsion. The CEIR-N synch~-o- tron was used --*In the study. A comparison of experii,.ientlal material these energies was convenient,since the center-of-inertia sYst-enS o�:~ hadron collisions in this case have approximately the same velocity. Data obtained 1/,3 USSR BOOS, E. G., et al, Izvestiva Akademii Nauk SSSR, Seriya Fizicheskaya, Vol, 36, No. 8, Aug- 7", pp 1701-1704 from analyzing 288 i0-interactions found in nuclear emulsions irradiatei by 60-Gev pions in the accelerator of the Institute of High-Energy Physics (Serpukhov) were also used in the study. A table is given showing the coefficient of asy~,metry of the angular distribution of the charged plons as a function of the number of secondary charged particles. Despite the presence of asymmetn _7 in individual groups of proton-nucleon collisions, the angular distribution of 7-mesons from pN-interactions was practicall., the dame averaged over all multiplicities. Irt piort-nucleon collisions there was found a strcra .g asymmetry of the charued pions in the 1;~-Iding, hemisphere of the center-of-inertia systen, thaT decreaced with the growth of the number of secondary charged particles. This asT~imietry is ssome- times explained by the primary pions conserving their direction, hut at an energy of 17 Gev the hypothesis of a "conserving plon" encounters certain difficulties, since the number of pions contributing to the asymmetry o-f the ;_=ng-i:.Iar distribution of pions sLwxned over all cities is approximately equal to the number of intcract-IOns Pecessary 2/3 73 - USSR -BOOS, E. G., et al, Izvestiya Akademij Nauk SSSR, Seriya Fizicheskaya, Vol. 36, No. 8, Aug 72, pp 1701-1704 to assume the absence of charge exchange of the pr1mary pion. It is con- cluded that there is a difference in the charac-,eristics of 72,1- and pX- interactions which does not disappear completely upon takipg into account 11conserving pions",since the divergence is more characteristic for a small number o-E secondary charged particles. At the same time, coincidence of the characteristics of these interactions is noted for collisions with large values of four-dimensional transfers. 3/3 USSR UDC 539.171.017 TAKIBAYEV, Zh. S., BOOS. E. TURSUNOV, R. A., Institu-te of Hir"h-Energy Physics of the Acade-ir~v-~Vtc~=nces Kazakh SSR "Calculating the Cross Section for Coherent Particle Generation by Protons As a Function of Primary Energy" Moscow, Izvestiya Akadeimii Nauk SSSR, Seriya Fizicheskaya, Vol. 36, No. 8, Aug, 72, pp 1799-1800 Abstract: The cross section for coherent processes was calculated as a function of primary energy using the measurements of Grigorov, et al. on the effective cross sections for the inelastic interaction of protons with carbon nuclei in the energy range 20-60 Gev (Preprint 69-1820-67), Scientific "esearch Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University, 1969). The empirical relation::hip given in this study a (E) = a (20) (1 + a 1n E/20) C C is used, where aC is the cross section for the interact-ion a-f a prctcn- (20) = (216�7) r.-barn, and a with a carbon nucleus at energ-1 E, aC (6.8�1.2)-lo-2. In this eYpression it it, asstured that the quantitv 4.1 - 8-2 USSR TAKIBAYEV, Zh. S., et al, Izvestiya Akademii Uauk SSSR, Seriya Fizicheskaya, Vol. 36, No. 8, Aug 72, pp 1799-1800 with other data. The figure shows that the gro,,.th in cross section wi-th a rise in energy in the interval 20-600 Gev obtained in the work of Gri.-crov can be explained by the contribution of coherent processes iff a rapid growth in the cross section for coherent interaction of Drotons with nuclei can be observed in the energy range >20 Gev. This analvs-is was based only on consideration of coherent reactions with three charged particles in the final state, but consideration of the contribution of events with five charged particles would have practically nc effect on these results. 3/3 - 83 - USSR UDC: None TAXIBkYEV, Zh. S., B SAN'KO, L. A., DITIMORDOVA, T. I-.I MOSIYENKO, A. M.,'ZAYTS_EV, K. G., and SHARAPOV, X. V., Institute of High-Energy Physics, Kazakhstan Academy of Sciences "Studying Four-Beam pp-Interactions at PUlses of 19.1 Gev/s" Moscow, Yadernaya Fizika, vol 16, No 5, 1972, PP 974-982 Abstract: The purpose of the present parer is to study the general dynamic characteristics of secondary particles from four-beam pro- ton-proton interaction.-, such as pulse and angle distributions, --inelasticity, and correlation between nucleons, at primary pulses of 19.1 Gev/s. A comparison of the experimental and theoretical results is also made. The difference between the approach ieken by the experiments o-f this paper and that of earlier -..."ork in. the same direction is that the present paper takes into account infor- mation regarding the nature of the charged particles obtained by direct measurements of the ionization loss density. The expieri- ments involved oboervations in a two-incter wavet,uide of ,i bubbie. chamber irradiatcd by protons with a nulse of 19.1 -,.- 0.1 Gov/.9, in which 17,700 events v,~ere recorded and 11,000 intoraction,,r3 were. 112 USSR UDC: None TAKIBA-YEV, Zh. S., el.- al, Yadernaya fizika, vol 16, No 5, 1972, pp 974-982 selected for mea-surement. A table is given of various methods of obtaining experizental data and the corresuonding results. Com- parison of t~e theoretical and experimentai results indicates that the multiperipheral model on which the former is based shows closer agreement with the experimental distribution of inelastic pp interaction depending on !he number of secondary charged parti- cles. The autLors express their appreciation to the Committee on Track Chambers of CERN, workers in the Laboratory of 61ementary Particles, the DLVision of Computer Techniques, and the A! ''athemati- cal Physlcs Laboratory of the IFVE[Institute of High-Energy Phystcsl of the Kazakhstan Academy of Sciences, as well as the LVTA Laboratory of the Joint Institute of Nuclear Research. 2/2 - 56 - FSSR UD C 12 6 L. A., G. Ya. I-,T,-6,H0,HD0VA, 'T. I., TA,UE3,j,,r -Ell G. "~ICWIOd-'; 01' D e t, _M_L, D-1 ;-6ro ~Oice -'-c"- und ~, - A 1 ria t T v c S 17 C. s D .Eh e r, rr~ - ;)p Abs-'tlrnc',: nrob1cm in +1-,1 e r1naj.,-sis C' in, '02-1 c ions noise Clistrib,utions 0-P -1"70ses Of involveci. 11 Ci.,cus:30.s MC4- -hod fo,- c0-!-,utJ--- noi-, dr!.'L~2 for ti,,~~ rrj,ir,~ ~~rld 4.~_ pul.scf; 01, d e t (;- p -~ in 1, .0 s i j J. i t I rj m S il i c e and, thc _nce cc,,--..-- of, i-3 a, i C -1 f~. C) -!'I t h e f'o o 1" of t2"! bu-~. cri, 0-r T 0 12, n I - C t 1, 7 e on:~ u2cc~ do,m utnrc mocl,;-Ic-c -,,:~vehs 01- _10 Gev .112 P40, n:-, f7 I -.h.,; 1-0- C;-.D - - Scriyn I j.zi?,c)- t 0 Ml y" , pp dat.-: of ici 0 0~ d onea.-tes L X, -in -. r- ' 02'a four-ray cv-cnt-~ recorded i n nue I er! Lj n-n 7u --n oner-y level of 20 Ge,.. 212 USSR TAKIP-MV, Zh. S. ; BOOS E. GO ; at al "Deteminai-lion of Partia-L Cross -Sections of Tnelastic dur~n.-, a 10-Bev/sec Pulse" AIna-Ata zves' bi~ia Akadcr-ii Naul- Ka,,,,a,c',Isl-o-r 53P. Seriy,~,. Lmm, llarch-April- 11072; pp 20-4 1 AR5TPJ.u'?: The article c3cscribes a method of and luho used to deteraine the nartial cross sectionr~ in pn-:LntE~ract:ion!~ Taar,y proton 7,)u2,.!3c- of 10 BevIlm?c. Ment i ficat.J. Oil of -Lhe 1-1-Is lliri!l'~ ra.,mect to thr - 1) -171C c;e Lr-o ma--nibivic cif the dr.~ficlonci,,,,3 of the mass level of thp ob3enved Data on cne nazur* or seconaary cliarf--ed i-articlen --,ere Into acco7-,-T,,'- durimt the i.,miatian oi' eveuts by rctaction charmel. Trapnitftorjr; 2*,:!.a(-,- tion chaimu-In wcrc i-ak,:~,n into accaint in thc: dcteri:JJI-ation of* the crc;~;.s of a reaction. Tni5 -ordblcra was solved by the metnoc, c" ~n of t-' C4- ti- re,- --ons ivuauied. 'Yhe article includes, three tables, two fiLnxres- Thera m,,e graphic ref'crenceo, 1/1 TA.'-',IB.f,Y'-PV, Zh. S. et al, Izvestiya, AN '~a:~,qkhnl:o, SSR Seriya Fiziko-Matematicheslxaya, I'To 6, 1,iov-Dec 71, PP 5.3-57 conclude with the caveat that the method leads -;',o the suooression of a number of background combinations in (147r) -oarticle sets but recommend its use for the analysis of PP interactions when the multiplicity of events is limited and the chanq:e in bac-1,ground distribution for three-oarticle sets is taken into account. 212 - 97 - USSR UDC A539.1-073/.074 SAWKO, L. A.l TAKIBAYEV, ZH. S., BOOS E , VOLKOVA, 0. 1., MOSIYUNK0, A. H., ZAYTSEV, K. G., TE14IRALIYEV:,P. T.".,and KHOUMKAYA, A. V., Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kazakh SSR Academy of Sciences, Alma-Ata "Identification of Secondary Particles From the Ionization Losses in a Hydrogen Bubble Chamber" Pribory I Tekh Eksper, No 4, 1971, pp 67-69 Abstracti The authors give the results of identifying secondary charged particles forming in the interactions of protons at an empulse of 10 GeV/sec in an 81-az hydrogen bubble chamber. They show that by using the nothod of a-erage length of discontinuities they can determine the nature of 30% of all positive particles in a certain range. Graphs are used to Illus- trate the authors' results. Figure-1 shows the relative error in density as a function of track length. Figure 2 shows the ionization curves computed for various types of particles. Figure 3 shows the distribution of data points relative to the ionization curves for positive and negative particles. Analysis of the authors' results shows that the method described herein will allow identification of 90/5' of all the particles measured. The article contains 3 figures and 4 bibliographic entries. 1/1 USSR UDC 6539.1.073/.074 B E. G , MOSIYENKO, A. M., SANIKO, L. A., TAKIBAYEV, "M S., and YWI, T. T., Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kazakh SSR Academy of Sciences. Alma-Ata "Determination of the flature, of Charged Particles by Delta-Electrons in a Hydrogen Bubble Chamber" Pribory i Tekh Eksper, No 4, 1971, pp 64-66 Abstracti The authors discuss the results of a new method of identifying high-energy charged particles by using delta-electrons. The delta- electrons were registered on secondary tracks of four-beam. pp-interactions in an 81-cm hydrogen bubble chamber with a primary impulse of 10 GeV/Sec. The effectiveness of the method is ",- of the total number of secondary particles; in principle it makes it possible to determine the nature of the particles in the region of impulses greater than 2 GeV/sec where it is practically impossible to make identification by measuring the ionization 3.osws. The authors support their findings with equations and schematics. Figure 1 depicts the i=ulse spectrum for positive particles ard delta- electrons. Figure 2 describes the distribution by the square of the mass for negative and positive particles. Figure 3 shows the impulse spectrum 1/2 USSR BOOS, E. G. , et al. , Pribory i Tekh Eksper, No 4, 1971, pp 64-66 of particles with an impulse greater than 2 GeV/sec. The article contains 3 figures and 3 bibliographic entries. 2/2 - 110 - USSR TAKIBAYEV, ZH. S., SANIXOj L. A., TEMIRRLIYEV, T.p ANTU-NOVA, 1-1. G., YERIULOVAI D. I., MUKHORDOVA, T. I., KHOLMT- SKAYA, A. Vo, and FEDOSEYENKO, V. V., Institute of Nuclear Phys- ics, Academy of Sciences Kazakh SSR "Study of Dynamics of Resonance alroduction in Four-Track Proton- Proton Interactions at Momentum of 10 Gev/c" Moscow, Yadernaya Fizika, Vol 13, No Is 1971, PP 113-123 Abstract: The article gives an analysis of 1800 four- "track proton-proton interactions recorded in an 81-cw. Saclay hydrogen bubble chamber irradiated with protons with a momentum of 10.011 0.01 Gev/c on the CERN synchrotron. The following reactions are considered; PP_PPA+'n-' (2) pp - pnn+n+;s-. (3) 1/2 - 69 USSR TAKIBAYEV, ZH- S., et al., Yadernaya Fizika, Vol 13, No 1, 1971, pp 113-123 Nucleon and meson resonance production cross-sections are deter- mined and the contribution of two-particle reactions studied '. It is shown that pion production in all the channels considered is accompanied in most cases by nucleon resonance production. The contribution of boson resonancest which is greatest in the chan- nel with ]TO meson production, does not exceed 10 percent of the reaction channel cross-section. Tne use of the maximum momentum method permits estimates of the cross-sections for different quasi-two-particle reactions. The cross-sections of the dynamic states being observed differ considerably in channels (2) and (3), where the number of pions and nucleons coincides. This may be due to changes in the nucleon charge in inelastic pp interac- tions. 2/2 USSR UDC--539.12 TAKIBAYEV, Zh. RUS'KINA, G7.. Ya.. "study of the Properties of the Angular Distributinrr of- Shower Particles in Proton-Nucleon interaction at 76 Gigaelectron-volts" Alma-Ata, Akademii NaWk -Kazakhskav- SSR -- Seriya- Flziko-4fatematicheskaya, No 2, March-April 1971, pp 67-70 Abstract. Experimental data are presented for proton---Ucleon interactions obtained by irradiating photoemulsion layers 06 cm x 10 cm x 200 u using the internal be-am of the SerDukhov accelerator at 76 gigaelectron volts. Data are presented graphically for the multiplicity distribution, the angular distribution of the shower particles in the center-of-mass system of collid- ing nucleons for events or varying multiplicity, the distribution of lg (ys/yc) for three multiplicity ranges, and the dependence- of Ys/y, on the multiplicity for three energy values E0. The multiplijr-Lty- distribution was found to be extremely broad- With an increase inim- (relativistic s tracks) the angular distribution becomes more. isot-ropic-.The distribution of lg(ys/yc) becomes less broad with an increase- in rr,-;. however, the system- atic shift toward high value of ys remains. Reasons are Liven for this phenomenon. The value of y. increases more rapidly than VEO* 1111 USSR TAKIBAYEV. Zh. SAWY-0, L. A., and TEMI&kLIYEV, T., Institute . Ji, of High Energy Physics, Academy of Sciences USSR "study of Qliasi-T~.o-Particle Reactions in Proton-Proton Interactions at 10 Gev/c11 Moscow, Pis'ma v Zhurnal Eksperimental'noy i Teoreticheskoy '-iziki, Vol 13, No 3, 5 Feb 71, pp 122-125 Abstract: The properties of quasi-two-particle reactioms of the type pp - pN - AA were studied, '7 pp - pA, pp -AN and pp Tilt! re!ICLi.0115, identified in studying four-beam proton-proton interactions in an 81-cm h,)drogen bubble &-amber of Saclay irradiated at CERIN by 10.01 + 0.1 Cev/c protons. The re- action cross sections of the four reactions are given in a table. A second table gives experimental values for the ratio of the cross sections of dif- ferent isotopic projections of the two-particle reaction PP _~' ~AJ_2301950- They are compared with calculations made for possible decay schemes of the isobar A1950 - llTrTr- It was assumed that the isospin of the exchange particle is equal to unity. The experimental data are ia good agreement with this hypothesis. It is also shown that the experiment does not contradict two hypotheses concerning the type of eecay A1950 ` C1,-,7,r)T=1 + 1"T-1/2 "a "1950 1/2 USSR TAKIBAYEV, Zh. S., et al, Pis'ma v Zhurnal Eksperimental'noy i Teoreticheskoy Fiziki, Vol 13, No 3, 5 Feb 71, pp 122-125 -* (:T)T=l +A(r"V)T=3/2; the lather mode of decay agrees somewhat better with the average experimental values. 2/2 - TIMA - ~112 021 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--230CT70 TITLE--MECHANISM OF COHERENT PRODUCTION OF PAPTICLES BY L9.8 GEV-C PROTONS _U_ AUTHOR-(03)-BOOS, E.G., TAKIBAYEV, ZH.S., TURSUNOV, R.A. COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR SOURCE--VESTN* AKAD. NAUK KAZ. SSR 1970, 26(21, 42-8 DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--PHYSICS TOPIC TAGS--PROTON BOMBARDMENT, COHERENT SCATTERING, ANGULAR DISTRIBUTION, PION, ANISOTROPY, NUCLEAR ISOBARt PARTICLE PRODUCTION CCNTROL MARKING--Nn RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--1981/0129 STEP NO--UR/0031/'10/026/OOZ/0042/0048 CIRC ACCFS~101N NO--Al'0050220 UNC L A SS I F: I E 0 2/2 02L UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--2313CT70 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0050220' ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT, THE EXPT. CARAIED OUT BY E. BOOS, ET AL. (1966) WAS VERIFIED. THE CURVE OF THE STATISTICAL BACKGROUND FOR THE REACTION P PLUS A YIELDS P PLUS 2 PI PLUS A 14AS STUDIED. THE EXCHANGE OF THE POMERAfNCHUK POLE ImtPROVES THE AGREEMENF WITH THE EXPT. DISTRIBUTION BUT IT 15 NOT SUFFICIENT FOR A C-3,MPLETE DESCRIPTION. THE DISTRIBUTION HAS A SHARP SCATTER IN THE REGION OF (1.4-1.5) GEVqC PRIIMIEZ. THE PROCESS THROUGH THE FORMATION OF A NUCLEONIC ISOBAR N PRIME (1470) WHICH IN 45PERCENT OF ALL CASES DECAYS INTO A N AND 2 PIONS. THE ANGULAR DISTRIBUTION OF SECONDARY CHARGED PARTICLES IN THE REST SYSTEM (P PI PI) WITH REGARD TO THE UlkECTION OF THE RESULTING MOMENTUM OF 3 PARTICLES SHOWS THAT IT IS SYM. i4lTH REGARD TO THE DIRECTION FORWARD BACKWARD AND ANISOTROPIC. C04PARISON WITH ISOTROPY SHOWS A PROBABILITY OF,P(X PRIME2t" EQUALS 0.01 WITH 4 DEGREES OF FREEDOM. THE PIONS AND PROTONS ARE EJECTED AT LARGE ANGLES WHICH POINTS TO A POSSIBLE DECAY MECHANISM OF M YIELDS DELTA 11236) PLUS Pl. U,,jr ."LASSIFIED WJC~l_ A~S I F 10 PR 11('r S I NG 0 A TF 3')CT7 0 I' I TL E - -C OR K (- L A I I ON !I L f di t. N I LIK T I ONAL OL V& L M' MI N I I)i III(. III ANo THE SEPTUM IN RABBITS IN' ONTOGENESIS -U- AUTHOR-(02)-BORAVOVA, A.1-i NIKITINAp G.M. --USSR COUNTRY OF INFO SOUF%Cc---ZHURNAL VYSSHZ-Y NERVNOY DEYATELINOST[v 1970, VOL 20, NR 3, PP 593-601 DATE PU3LISHED ------- 70 SUGJECT AREAS-RIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES TOPIC TAGS--HIPPOCAMPUS, BRAIN, BIOPENrIAL, RABBIT CGNTROL MARKIlNG--NO RESTRICTIONS OCCUX-z'.T CLA'SS--U'7r_L4SSfFl_-':D PROXY REEL/FRAMP--1997/1312 STEP CIRC ACCESSION N0--AP0120567 UNCLASSIFIED 2/2 016 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE-230CT711 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0120567 4BSTR-ACT/E.XTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. EVOLUTI("N [IF PPOKED POTE~-ITIALS (EP) IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS AND THE SPETUM LUCIoum ro ELECTRIC CUTANEOUS STIMULATION WAS STUDIED IN RA8BITS AGED FROM ONE TO 90 DAYS. EP IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS ARE RECORDED BEGINNINIG WITH THE 5TH TO 6TH DAYS OF LIFE THEIR CONFIGURATION AND TEMPORAL PARAMETERS REACHIN11,; A OLFINITIVE LEVEL 3Y THIa 17TH TO 20TH DAYS, WJTHOUT APPRECIA6LE SUBSEQUENT CHAINGES. E p I I'll, THE Sc-PTUM HAVE A SIMILAk AGE DYNAMICS. THE (DIFFERENCE IS FOUND IN THE (if' iIfPPnCAN!P05 AND SEPTUM EP: THE N'-ilwATIVE POSITIVE III AJJ!11~ 1.11 1111 11, 111 livi Ily A~j i'lli"INI 1111~11-lvl- WAV17. jw~ ji"'I.ij'~Jjt'j iii- IlIt jjIll-t4ill ',ktjjqj1' j~jljk ji'llitl It' ?ilk 11jk tt .1 CL)NhZC) ION W1 I It 'IN'l Litl-blt I It, 01 1 Ill 1111 1 m I "~ vil 1 111;1 1 EARLY FUNCTIONAL I.NTERACT ION BETWEEN INESI.- _SfRUL. fut,,,.N ul~ I ift-, L It"01(' SYSTEM IN THE CENTRAL MECHANISMS OF THE ORIENTING RtACTION. FACILITY: LAB 0.~A TORY OF COMPM~ATIVE ONTOGENESIS OF NERVOUS ACTIVITY, INSTITUTE OF BRAIN, USSR ACADEMY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, MOSCOW. UNCLASSIFIED USSR JTDC 669.293.5:669.295.5 BAYKOV, I., F==SOVA, I., SHADSKIY, D. V., -EL',NIKOVA, L. V., Z-aKp-~TLOV, S. M., and L. S. "Technologica- I and Superconducting Properties of 60T Alloy" Prob-lemy S-verkh:)rovodya--h&ikh Materia-lov [Proble=s of Su-.)erconducting Materials -- Co1lection- of -Works), 2-1oscc-w, Nauka Press, 1970, pp 193-202 Tran-slati-o-ii: -Clic article studies the technolQ-1ical and su-~,crconduczing 1;-o-- pertics. of -Mov. The derendence of -jechanicvl properties 0-,' the dt~grtlc of cold e-efo=atica anj of th,a Is cemoustr-livd. 'rhe mach--nisia oi d.~~-orration of the alloy at Ti-;Zh, te---veraturcs is rktudied. It is cstqulisFicd that tile high- plas-cic prcpe-rtics 0~6 the alloy allo-,.C cold dra-w-ing of -wi:Lc at 100 m/r:in. Ilic-, influence ot 111temediate annealinli ar.,j hardering and o--;' -.-4--al anncalinZ on Critical cul-rent der-sity as a ~un~;tion c-f exte=,,al naa~~nez-ic fieid- is 7 figura-, A tables, 4 biBlio. ref's. ols UNCLASSI FIEO PROCESSING DATE--IBSEP70 ,TITLE--QUATERNARY SYSTEM OF COBALTv ARMONIUMP AND POTASSIUM SULFATES ANO .,WATER AT 25ip 50, AND 75DEGREES -U- ,AUTHOR-(031-BORBI IMANAKUNOV* B.t DRUZHININt !.G. COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR SOURCE--lAV. AKAO. NAUK KIRG. SSSR 196~919 64-8 DATE PUBLISHED------70 SUBJECT AREAS--CHEMISTRY TOPIC TAGS--AQUEOUS SOLUTION, MULTICOMPONENT SYSTEMi PHASE DIAGRAM, SOLUBILITY, SOLID SOLUTION, CRYSTALLIZATION, AMMONIUM SULFATE, SULFATE, POTASSIUM COMPOUNDt COBALT COMPOUND CONTROL 4ARKING--NIJ RESTRICTIONS OCC!^)MENT CLASS--U-NCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/f-RAME--1997/0767 STEP t4r)--UR/0560/1)9/000/003/0064/(,1068 CIRC ACCESSION NC--AP0104213 UNCLASSIFIED 212 015 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--18SEP70 CIRC ACrESSION NLj--AP0104213 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. THE QUATEPMARY SYSTEM COSO SUB4 MINUS (NH SUB41 SUB2 SO SU84 MINUS K SUB2 SO SUB4 MINUS H SUB2 0 WAS STUDIED BY THE ISOTHERMAL SOLY. METHOD. SEVEN CRYSTN. FIELDS OF THE SALTS WERE DETD.: THOSE OF THE INITIAL COMPONENTS, COSC SUB4 .7H SUb2 0 (Z50EGREES), COSO SUB4 .6fi SUBZ 0 (50DEGREES), COSO SUB4 H SUS2 0 (75DEGREES), K SUB2 SO SU84, AND (NH SUB4) 5U52 50 SU84; THOSE OF BINARY COMPDS.t COSO SUB4 K SUB2 SO SUB4 .614 SUB2 0 AND COSO SUB4 o1NH SUB4) SUfk2 SO SUR4 -6H SUB? 0; THAT OF THE BINARY SOLID SOLN. BETWEEN K SUB2 SO SU64 ANO (Nil SuVt) SUIQ SO SUI14; ANO THAT (IF 111V COMPI"). KCnSt-) SUB4 .L(NH SUB4) SUB2 SO SUB4 MK SUB2 SO SUB4 NIl SU152 11. IIIE tA4E*CI [)I- TEMP, ON THE SOLY. OF THE SALTS, BINARY COMPOS., AND SOLID SOLNS. WAS DETO., AND THE DEPENDENCE OF THE AREA OF THE CRYSTN. FIELDS ON THE SOLYS7. ARE PKESENrED-. THE SOLYS. OF THE INITIA-L COM-PDS. AND GF- THE BINARY.SOLID SOLN. DECREASE WITH INCREASING TEMP, WHILE THAT OF THE BINARY COMPOS. INCREASES. THE SYNTHESIS OF COMPLEX SOLID SOLNS. OF CO, Kv AND AMMONIUM SULFATES IN BEST AT LOW TEMPS. UNCLASSIFIED 1/2 0 30 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSI%-S 04TF--02i]CT70 JITLE-MASS SVECT-%ti"'IMETRY "'F GASEOUS PRODUCTS OF A.'A%soNllJl4 PC-l'.HLGRATE THEQ-40LYSIS -U- AUTWk'R-((:'3J-ISAY~V, R.N., ZAKHAK'3'Vt BC!kr)Af%-,HEVi V.V. u -D COUNT'RY "F 1'.:FO--!JSSR SLIUPCF--ZH. FIZ. KHI.M. 1970, 44(2), 302-5 ,DATE PubLISHED-7-70 SUBJ~LT ARE4S-CHEMISTRY TOPIC TAGS-MASS SPECTROSL%-.)PY, MASS SPECTROMETER, AMMO'Jlu,-'- PFR-IHLI.RATE, IS9THCRMAL TRANSFORMATIUN, CHEMICAL bECOMPOSITION, THF:)*l'.AL EfFE,--T, CHEMICAL KINETICS CONTV~U 1-.ARKING-NO RESTZICTIONS OCCUmFU CLASS-U74CLASSIFILD PROXY -'tc'Lll RVIE-1993/0554 STEP *4(1--tJR/OIJ7,~i"10/')44/oO2/.')3~02/C)305 CIRC ACCESS1,J":. A'S 1 F I E o 212 030 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--020CT70 CIRC ACCtSSIt-,3N NO-AP0113445 ABSTPALT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0-- ABSTR4CT. THE END PRUOUCTS t"F NH Su3tt '11 SU-,'-4 (1) THERMULYSTS kERF ANALYZED MASS SPECTRGMETRICALLY, IN PARALLEt WITH A Klt)ETIC STUDY OF ISOTHERMAL DECOMPN. AND OTA. T~JE M41N ~)R-JDUCTS OF DECLiMPN. ARE .9 SU5Z Ol HCLt Cl SUB2p 0 SU5Z# NSU52, N S05Z3, AND NO. CHANGES OF TEMP. ALTER THE RATIO N SUB2 0 IS TO NO IS TO N SUB2, DUE TC THE CATALYTIC EFFECT OF I ON REACTIONS IN THE GAS PHASE. THE ANAL. WAS COINDUCTEO AT 2 MA ElISSIONg 70 V IGNIZATIO-~), AND L.5 KV ACCELERATING VOLTAGE. THE KINETICS OF ISOTHERMAL DECOMPN. OF I W11S STUDIED MANOMETRIC4LLY AT 211-390DEGREES, AN INITIAL- PRFSSURE JF 5 TIMES 10 NEGATIVE PRIME3 TORR, AND 200 MG SAMPLE (SMALLER THAN 60 MU PARTICLE SIZE). THE ACTIVATION E?'4ERGY WAS 19.6 AND Z4.5 KCAL-MOLE AT 211-30DEGREES AND 274-97DEGREES, RESP. THE 1ST STAGE .3F THERMOLYSIS (I IN LQUILIbRIUM NH SUB3 PLUS HCIQ SUB4 BY PROTON TRANSFER) TAKES PLACE TO A CEkTAIN DEGkEE AT ALL TEMPS.r BUT THERE IS ALSO A S14ULrANECUS DECOMPN. IN THE SOLID PHASE WITH ELECTRON TRANSFER FROM ANION TO CATION. DECOt'-lPN. OF I PRUCEEDS SIMULTANEOUSLY 13Y BOTH MECHANISMS, BUT IN THF REGION OF RELATIVELY L'lW TE4PS., THE SOLID PHASE DECOMPN. PREDOMINATES. USSR UDC 621.313.12:538.4 APUKHTINA, YE. G.,_BORDACHEVA. V. V., VAL'DBERG, A. YU., VIFd1ROV, YE. A., KURKIN, V. P., MOSTINSKIY, I. NEKIIOROSHEV, R. S., SOPOKIN, G. S., FEDOROVA, ZH. S. "Study of Various Methods of Trapping an Ionizing Additive in the U-02 Experi- mental Magnetohydrodynamic Generator" V sb. Magnitogidrodinani. metod polucheniya elektroenergii (Magnetohydrodynamic Method of Obtaining Electric Power--collection of works), vyp. 3, Moscow, Energiya, 1972, pp 202-219 (from RZli-AviatsionnyXe i raketnyy dvigateli.otdel'- nyy vypusk., No 11, Nov 72, Abstract No 11.34.137) Translation: The requirements on additive injection systems are formulated. Methods of trapping an ionizing additive and the structural execution are de- scribed. The operating experience using additive injection systems in experi- mental magnetohydrodynamic generators is described, and results are preseated from studies of the efficiency of trapping them with submicron K CO, dust from 2 -1 a flow of combustion products are presented. A study was made of the advantages and disadvanLages of each of the Bystems. There are 7 illu!]Lratlons -Ind a 13- entry bibliography. 1/1 USSR UDC 66-035-3/-5:67a.742.2 lYl,"MV, G. T A. I.I., GOLOD.'-Tfl, YU. F., "ET .d in --tit L, t c. f i; i c 17E. c: P G., ar Acad. Sc. !:ZzrSS:,-' Line 'Lcr t1--c Proaluction of Radiation Maiiflicl Polyctilyclerc Tubes Kiev, Khimich.cskaYi Tckhnologiya, No 2 (62), ~-,ar-Apr 72, l)-p 50-52 Ab3tract: ,,n line has been can,,~trucLed foe cf n~~:Iifiiel -ene tubcs. The novelty of this pro,--css is L-1 tr-- irr~-. 14 t 4 a b~!- --ss rc, --ily throu--h -c,;ic tu )eatc-- In I fp-irzJ p.-tter"j, -':ith directic-,:,s ol' t1he rn~ation, a ex- poaure xs rl-i - r-.- d ' J on .-'f c, Lo tix radioact'i'M nourcc), and d a ma L; c, di;r, to thr; licat J1.5 A s .,n examolu, a tub-n 6 in dianotow, wall Uo 0.5 a vclc)c itv o Lftul- 6 par, P--;--!z:; 4-5) USSR UDC 538-30 BAGROV, V. G. , BOPID'_OVIT3M'-,T. V. A., and XKOPYTOV, G. F. "Radiation Indicatrix of an Arbitrarily KlovinZ CharGe" Tomsk, Izvestiya ITUZ--Fizika, No 6, 1972, pp 86-91 Abstract: iTioting that the most i-m-portant chzractt:~r'Lstic of rad-i- ation is the fiLI-1 po,',,,er of its instantanous output, tillis -)--rer theoretically investigates the angular distributicn. of th-e radi- ation poi-ter i-.-ithout makinIg. any particular assumntions re-arding the nature of the moving char6e Producine,; it. Por this 11IIVCI.3_6i_ gat;ion a poLnrt char~;e o-J."' specified maL-nitude rovin.7 along a specified trajectory and havint; specified velocity end accelera- tion values is considered. Although this problom h.-s been re- C.3 peatedly investiC-atod, the results of such i-rive ela bed to particular ca-ses of charge motion and did not (I,,-,re'L1 oil 'tI-'O ~if- ference between the po-v.-er and the intencity of the rodiatier,. These del"ects are remedied in the present T-)aper. ;-"'lie aut'hors are associated with the S. T.. Kirov I~oiytechnical Institute at 100 - USSR TTDC: 530.12:531-18+538.3 BORDOVITSYN, V. A., M. V. Lomonotiov Moscow ;LIIL!- Urlivol-oILY "Motion of an Electron in Constant and Orthogonal Electromaenetic Fields of Special Form" Tomsk, Izvestiya VUZ -- Pizika, No 10, 1972, pp 88-92 Abstract: This Daper represents a correction of an earlier paper (D. Coggesholl,-e-u al, Phys. Rev. 66, 1944, p 187) in which a- nonrelativistic solution was found for the problem of the motion of charged -particles, electrons and protons, in a constant and nonuniform magnetic field dependi-ng on a single coordinate. T-he author of the present paper finds the solution to be inadequate in the high-energy region, especially for light particles sucl~ as electrons. He therefore derives his ovin solution for the more general relativistic problem of the motion of an electron in a heterogeneous magnetic field and a transverse electric field, where the electric field intensity is proporticnal to the same single coordinate as the m-pZ-ne-*Uic field. It is established that for the electric field intensity weaker than the magnetic, the mo- tion of the electron is similar to that described in the earlier 1/2 USSR UDC 539.1.01 BAGROV, V. G. KOPYTOV, G. F., Tomsk Polytechnical Institute imieni S. 1~. Kirov "On the Wave Zone of Radiation" Tomsk, Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedeniy, Fizika, No. 3, 1972, pp 30-33 Abstract: A criterion for the formation of a wave zone of radiation c~~C: an arbitrarily moving charge is discussed. It is noted that the notion of a wave zone plays a 1"undamental role in the theorv of charge radiatlon but that a strict criterion for the fomation of a i.,,ave zone did not exist for a long time; and the Lrobllem was discussed only for the particular case of radiation arising -in the motion ar: a charge in a circle (synchrotron radia- tion). The instantaneous angular distribution of the radiation power of a charge is discussed in order to investigate in detail -,he appearance of a brave zone of radiation at a given distance from the charge. It is sha-,;n that the criterion for the formation of a wave zone in the general case of an arbi-L-ar-i-1V movina ultra-relat-ivistic charge is not different frcr. the - __ C~ - hro- cc_-r=_sDcndir_g cr-w-errian. for sync. Lron radiat'cn. it is noted that t`is fact is not uneypected ~md agrees with the ccnel-usions c - many authors relative to the general laws of radiation of ultrarelat-iVistic charges. USSR BAGROV, V. G., et al, Izvestiva VvsshiRh Uchebr-yk:l Z-avede-niv, Fizilza, No. 3, 1972, pp 30-33 The integral criterion for any velocities coircides exactly w-itth the angular criterion in the particular case of a hyperbolically moving charge. 2/2 - 52 - USSR UDC: (')21.)15.592 BORDDYSKIY, G. A. and !ZVOZCHIKOV, V. A. "Investigating the Miechanism of Space-Charge Limiting Currents in "onuniforn Semiconductors by the 11-lethod of Conductance Thermal Stimulation" Leningrad, FizIka i Teklb-iika ?oluprovodnikov, Vol. 4, No. 0', '4970, Dp 1-171-117) Abstract: in uniform sendconductors, the mechanism of currents limdtei by the space charge is easily claritied by Investigating the dependence of the voltage at the beginning of the current-voltage characteristic curve on the disrance be- twean the electrodes. This tnathod gives results which do not curro.,ipowi LO oxporimonLal ro.,.ult,; whon appliod to nonuniform nomiconductor:;, nowcjv~.r. 'A'r. authors have therefore developed the method of thermal sLLmulation of current Cor the investigation of the mechanism in PbO monocrystals. Thi5 thermal sti-mulation is observed after the voltage at the first sharp rise oil' the characterirtic curve is applied without optical excitation; the space-charge limited currenI.:j are then determinod by the filling of the traps and not by their ionization. The authors present tables and cux-,res giving 'the results of their experiments, and conclude by expressing their gratitude to V. A. Bordovskiy for his assistance with the experimental work. 1/1 USSR UDC 6ZI-355.Z.035.4 4ORDT, YE. F., NOVODERMiXIN, V. V., and KOLIKOVA, G. A. "Some Questions on the TechnoloU of the Grid Formation in Automobile Type Lead-Acid Batteries" Sb. rabot no khim, istochnikam toka. Vses n.-n akkumulyator. in-t (Collec- tion of Works on the Chemical Source of Current. All-Union Scientific Study Institute for Storage Batteries), VYP 79 --1972, pp 48-54 (from Referativnyy ZhurruLl -- Khimiya, No 8(11), 1973, Abstract No 8L228 by V. S. Levinson) Translationt The factors were considered which influenced the change in the temperature of the electrolyte during the formation of the electrode in lead batteriese the depth of the bottom space of the forming tank, the arched assezo2y of the electrode. b In order to avoid a significant increase In the temperature of the electrolyte during the procests of the formation of the electrode$ for example, of the types 2STA, for D to a first approximation 0.8-2 amps/decimete?-, it was necessary to use a tank having a deep bottom space, approximately 260 mm. The transfer to a double assembly for a balance of the aumount of positive charge on the electrode In the formed grid was accompanied by an increase in both the temperature of the electrolyte and the voltage and by an extension of the process of formation. The application of the double assembly is necessary during the formation of thin electrodes and traps having an increased electrical conductivity. 1A u I ! UIDC: Ou- and ril-,--unl,- Diesels for and ---nacl: r~ 2. a- 4 C)~ t, -2 110 c 0 T-f 4, 19'71, 0-f-' e 1: a Cie nical -,n. ic the T-)i-~ ..L- C Z r -f iz; a - been d c, i nt il I C 6 5 6 BAT KOV. t ran s T, o ni )).C" u1) an, Wora T: ~-j , Ze C E~ 1 1-0 p r e s on e If Tzl-~~-IC71,j-'U~:-~-,~;- powe~. of , ', at 115 C; C) " "jai, C 0 C":: re C , U" 2 0 '7 . o o u 00 ye-, r n of USSR UDC 534.222.232:51 BORDYUGOV, G. T., PASTERNAK, V. B. "Mathematical Modeling of the Electrical-Acoustical Circuit of an Ultrasonic Device" Defektoskopiva, No 6, 1971, pp 26-37. ABSTRACT: A mathematical model is developed for the electrical-acoustical circuit of an ultrasonic instrument for modeling by analog computer. The model is developed for a longitudinal-wave piezovibrator with an acoustical load consisting of a system of plane-parallel lavers, an arbitrary electri- cal load, excited by a*generator of arbitrary fo'rm. Examples of calculations using the model are presented. The model allows analysis and synthesis of the electrical-acoustical circuit as a whole and of t~e electrical and acous- tical lengths separately when operated in the pulse and continuous modes in the and frequency areas. The model allows engineering design and planning of the electrical-acoustical circuit (echo-pulse defectoscope, shadow pulse defectoscope, ultrasonic measuring devices operating in continuous or semi- continuous modes). 142 - Aze. Nr. : - Ref. Code: us SIR UD-": 620.179.'G- 13ORDYUGCV ,]-. T I():;,'HAI[ SffAPOVALGV, -an- BAI,-K-U, D. "Improvinl- the E-0io-e Immuili-ty of the II..irror-Siado-.%, Ultrt~;soziic jon- t-rol Kethod" Sverdlovsk, Defextosk~piya, 11o. 1, 1970, PP 11-13 Abstract: The mirror-shadow ultrasonic control c~car--_tes Cn the Princ ,ipl-J th:--tthe transmitter and receiver of -IV-he u;t-P -signal are moiznt-_~d -~c one :Ade of the Droduct, i_fth the received si6nal t-aken from ~.he Surface at the opposite side. i" def,~_Ct --;.s indicted by a reductiozi In the si:-Tnal amplitu-ude belo-i. &O.-rie pre- det-enminei t~hresIpiold L_-.rel. The effect oF noist~ ia to .-educe +hz-~ jS sisnal _even thout:zh there -LE~ no de-fec-~, arr'4 the r~SU7- the wi-~usTi-ied discard of a -normal product. Tiiis articl,~, des- cribes an =,zroved Jeffectoscore using, th~~ mirror-s,~-_doi-'- ri~et",cd si.-aed tor z;et~le_r nol_-e _J=unit-y throuc-h tuh,~ use of coded tion of u_L-Vra,.:on_c si,rnal. i,. block diagram, -)-- ~Uhe syStem is given together wi'LA a siiort ex~,Ialrl~_'tion o_~.' how I't ly Reel/Frame ME- =M PW9 ~NMRMIM "11 MEMMM 112- 012 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING OATlE--23-3CCT7C: ITLE--OLEFINS FROM N BUTANE BY CATALYTIC DEHYDROGENATION -U- AUTHOR-(05)-STEPANOV# G.A.# TSAILINGOLD# V.M.' HORESSays G.K. COUNTRY SOURCE--GER. OFFEN. 1#800#063 DATE PUBLISHEO--16APR70 SUBJECT AREAS--CHEMISTRY A.L., PILIPENKOr F.S., SC30LE'l, TOPIC TAGS--DEHYDaUGFNATION, BUTANE, CHEMICAL PATENT, METAL OXLGEs- CATALYST ACTIVITYp BUTENEr BUTADIENE CONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAMC'--1997JI004 STEP NO-GY/0000/70/000/000/0030.?C;000 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AA0119873 UNCLASSIFIED Z/Z Gi-z -UNCL-A-S-S I -F I E 0 PRQCESsrNG DArE-23OCT7C CIRC,ACCESSION NO--AA011987~ ,A*BSTRACT/EXTRACT--(I)) GP-O- ABSTRACT. CATALYTIC OXIDATIVE DEHYDROGENATION OF N BUTANE AT 550-650DEGREES OVER MO AND-OR ,,, OXDE CONTG. AT LEAST ONE OF THE OXIDES OF CR, MN, FE, Nfr OR CD GAVE Sill-""L-R TO 5 WT. PERCNET N BUTENES AND 10-20 WT. PERCENT 8UTADEENE. THUS7 AODN. OF NI(NO SU83) SUB3 IN H SUB2 0 TO INH SUB4) SUB6 MO SUB7 0 SU324' 17N P. SU82 0 AND HEATING THE PPT. AT 400-500DEGREES GAVE A CATALYST WIT~7 1:2 MO-NI AT. RATIO. N BUTANE, 0, AND, H SUB2 0 VAPCR AT A 1:0.25:10 RATIO AND 590DEGREES REACTED IN THE PRESENCE OF 15 111L CATALYST 1-0 GiVE 4.5 WT. PERCENT N BUTANES AND 21 WT. PERCENT BUTADfENE, FACILITY: SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF MONOMERS FOR SYNTHET11C RUBBER. UNCLASSEFLED Ace. Nr, Abstracting Service; Ref. Code: 40048316- CHEMICAL ABST.,5/11) S-1 /'y e 104446c Isotopic exchange of oxygen on films of silver and 1 -goid alloys. S Ostina Khasin A.. V.; BoresW~X. '11; k U--,SR). DoR. Plvasova, L. N1. flnst. Katal Akad. Nauk SSSR 1970, 190(2), 394-i jPhys Cheml (Russ). In their relation to 0, Ag and Au differ greatly. Whereas 0 is readily adsorbed on Ag at room temp. and at 200' there is per- cepti6le reaction of homomolecular isotopic 0 exchange between the adsorbed and gaseous 0, 0 is not adsorbed on Au at room temp. and no perceptible isotopic exchange occurs at 400'. Adsorption of 0 was studied on a series of Ag-Au alloys. On a Ag alloy with up to 50L-6017c Au, the rate of isotopic 0 exchange increases. Beyond this Au content, the rate starts to drop. The max. rate of exchange on the alloys is 5-6 times greater than on Ag alone. Inclusion of up to 60% Au in the alloy does not materially affect the activation energy of homomolecular 0 ex- change and it remains the same as on pure Ag, 28-33 kcal/mole. In alloys with 60-K% Au, the activation drops to 16-17 kcal/- mole. The quantity of 0 on alloys decreases with a decrease of Ag content, For Pure Ag it is -2.7 monclayers, whereas for &HOY& with 33, 63, and 89% Au, it is 1.9, 1.1, and 0.4 monolayers, M. Hoseh REEL/FRAME 19800018 ... . ...... .1/2 014 UNCLASSIFIED PfCiCESSING DATE--13NOV70 TITLE-PREPARAT[ON OF A VANADIUM CATALYST FOR THE OXIDATION DF SULFVR DIOXIDE -U- AUTHOR-(04)-80RESKOVi G.K., DZISKOv V.A., SAMAKHOVj A.A.t YUDINAt T.D. COUNTRY OF l,qFO--USSR 266,737 REF ERENCE--T0Kf%"YTIYA, IZ56RET.t PRui-i'l. GBRAZTSY, TGVAkNYE ZNAKI L970, ..A)ATG PUBLISH-ED-01APR70 SUBJECT ARECAS-CHEMISTRY TOPIC TAGS--i-)ETAL CATALYST, CHEMICAL PATENTi CHEMIC',%L S'eNTiiESIS, VANADIUM" OXIDATION, SULFUR DIOXIDE, SILICA GEL CONTROL mARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS MENT --U,,',,CLASSIFIED CLASS PROXY REEL/FRAME--3004/1742 STEP NO--t)R/04d2/7C/OCi""/Ogi'J/0,000/0000 CIRC ACCESSION i"40--AA0132006 J-Nll: Lf F I E D "m -11 ff -- - a ~ '- - m U, Orm Im 2/2 014 UNCLASSIFIED PRCiCESSING 0ATE-131NOV70 CIRC ACCIESSIOli NO-A'A0132008 ABSTRACT/EXT.RACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. A v CAr4LYST FOR So Su812 oXION. ,--.:,WAS OB~TAINED ~3Y MIXING SILICA GEL WITH NA SUL:t; SO SUU4, K SUB2 SO Su'641 AND V COMPOS. TO OBTAIN Al CATALYST ACTIVE AT L014 TEEMPS. AT TO PROTECT THE Et4UIPMEtir FROM PREPG. CATALYSTS FROM CORROSIGN, A GEL JF HYDkATED V SUt3Z 0 SUB5 OqTAINED BY THE ADHESION OF DIL. 41 SUB2 SO SU34 TO A SULN. OF K VANADATE TO CONST. PH 4 PLUS OR MINUS I WAS FOR A V CO.-4PD. FACILITY: INSTITUTE OF CATALYSIS, ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, U.S.S.R. 112 019 UNCLASSIFICO PROCESSING DATE-20NOV70 TITLE--ROLE OF PHASE MECHANISMS It% OXIDATION REACTIONS ON StiLlo CATALYSTS _U_ ALTHOR--BLRESKOV, G.K-. 10 CCUNTRY CF INcG--USSR KATAL. 197C, 11(23, 374-62 DATE PU8LISHEC ------- 7C SUBJECT AkEfS-t_hc_'l,'.ISTKY TOPIC TAGS--CATALYTIC oxiuArION, HYDRCGEN, CARE30N CATALYTIC DEHY0kUGENAr.'CN, CHEMICAL REACTION MECHANISM, BUTENE CCNTRCL MAkKlNG--NG RESTRICTIONS 00CUME.NT CLASS--UACLASSIFIED PROXY kELL/FRAME--3GO510092 STEP NO--UR/0195/70/011/002/0374/0382 CIRC ACCESSICN NO--AP0132385 1 i'~, t- I - 2/2 019 6NCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--20NOV70 CIRC ACCESSICN NC--AP0132335 I ABS,TRACI/EXTRAL'T--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. THE PUOLISFED EXPTL. RESULTS ON HOMOMOLECULAR 0 EXCHANGE, OXION. OF H, CONVERSION OF Cot Af~jo CATALYFIc DEHYDkCGENATIGN OF BUTYLENE ARE EVALUATED. THE CONSECUTIVE STEP MECHANISM OF THESE REACTIONS 15 DISCUSSED. FACILITY: INST. KATAL., NOVOSIBIRSK, USSR. U N G L A S.S I f -- I ~ 1) 112 012 UNCLASSIFIE0 PROCESSING DATE--23OCT70 TITLE--EFf--t_7CT ulP THF THICKNESS OF A FILM OF ACrIVE C'_-lP'J.'7ENT 1IN THE J' 'ACTIVITY OIF VANIADIUM CATALYSTS IN THE OXIDATION 0,t: SJLFUR 01OXWE -U- ,%UTH0R-f04)--o0r'ESv,CjV, G.K., DZISKO, V.A.p TARASOVA, D.V., BALAGANSKAYA, G.P. COUINTRY OF INFO--USSR SOURCE--KINET. KATAL. 1970, 11(l), 181-6 DATE PUBL ISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--CHEMISTRY TOPIC TAGS--CATALYST, SULFUR OXIDE, VANA'DIUM, CATALYTIC PXIDATION COINWL MARKING-Wl RESTRIMONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY RFEL/l'RA;lF--I997/1459 STEP CIRC ACCESSIC-N NJ--AP0120246 i it-., i-At I- I ~- 0 1/:) 012 11-NICL ASS IF I ED (-,'C S S VN! 0A f F - -,~' 3; 1 i' Cl CIRC ACCESSION N,'!--AP0120246 ABSTPACT/~L~XTRACT--(U) GP-0- A 31S T R ", C T 0 X 19 N, . 01 f -S P1 S 0,-l 1) f)IN %il (- A T ~ LY S TS TAKES PLACE -.iITHIN THE F IL'-; Lli: ACT[ VE Ll,~'. CArALYS] CL),.,rC,. v SU112 0 SUB2 TI~MES NK SUB2 0 TIMES ;-',SO SUL53 ~iHERE N' EJdALS) 2-4 A;'F) M DEPENDS ON REACTI'lN CONIOITIONS AND (IN THE N VALUC"'. TH~:- ~JF- ACFIVE CATALYST FILM AT wHICH T14E 0XIIJI-N. GDES TO COMPLETIOIN 01EPE'JILIS J.'! THE REACTION TEMP. AND THE COMPN. OF THE REACTIOtH MlIXT, AT L0,4ER TEMPSol THE CRIT. THICKNESS-'OF THF FILV. OECqP--ASES Atq'-, AT H16H~:R TEMP. IT INCREASES. AT 4200EGREES, INCREASE OF -CATALYTIC ACTIVITY "-;ITH INCREASING K SU32 O-V SUBZ 0 SUB5 MOLE RATIO OCCURS 01JE TO AN INH[BITION [IF SOLID PHASE CRYSTN. IN THE PRESENCE OF AN EXCESS CF K SU132 0. 11,14 ADDN. TO THIS, AT LOWER TEMP., REDN. OF V SU52 0 SU35 I-4KES PLACE TO A LESSER DEGkEE. MAX. FILM THICKNESSES FOR REACTIONS AT 435 ANO 420DEGREES ARE GIVEN. FACILITY: INST. KAIAL., NOVOSIBIRSK, USSR. UINCLASSIFIED USSR UDC 1537.226+537-311-331:1537+5351 KOVACH.- B. P., and BORE "Direct 'Forbidden' Transitions in '2vl-C2v'o Crystals" V sb. PolHprovodn.-elektronika (Semiconductor Electronics -- Collection of' Works), Uzhgorod, 1971, pp 28-32 (from RM-Fizika, No 10, Oct 71, Abstract No 10YE825 by YU. M. GAL'PERIN) Translation: A theoretical investigation was made of the light absorption coefficient for direct "forbidden" transitions in crystals with the following variance law of the conduction band Ej(k) = 2+bk 2+ck 2 (0(1,,2+pk ')) 1/2 81~C-A Y Z � ,y Such a variance law must be expected at most points of high syloy.Ary of C crjstals. Since according to RZh-Fizika, 1966, Abstract 110 9YE413, 2vl-C2v-10 0 no exciton ground state is formed in direct "forbidden" transitions, an investigation of such transitions makes it possible to discover "loop effect" and "effect of maired extrerra" more reliably than in the investigation of allowed transitions. ~Ihe authors calculated the light absorption coefficient, for which they obtained a general expression and a. the same time analyzed a 1/2 - - USSR KOVACH.P B. P. and BORETS., A. N., Polu-provodn. elek-tronika, 1971, r_-,p 28-32 nimber of particular cases. For these cases the frequmcy dependence of the absorDtion coefficient was constructed. 'Me method of finainE, the "loop- effect" and the "effect of paired extrema" was pointed out. 2/2 !12 02 5 U!, C I-A '% S I F I E: Il C E, ~', S 1r) 1 I T V- - - PR I-- Pt--,FS!,T-,'T H TF L t(J!-':) IE. IODIDE SGME OF 1 T-,: P koD P FT fS U- j,~ YA A KOV4C H, D SH TILJ r 'I Ts A I D., JTHr,.cZ C; 5-CliEpUf. D V (;r INFO--USSP 1 2 )UNTRY OF )URCE--IZV. AKAD. NAUK SSSRA-EORG, MATER. -1970v 6(21, 385-6 NTE PUBLISHED ------- 70 IBJECT AREAS-CHEMISTRY, PHYSICS IPIC TAGS-EBIS'llUTH, TELLURIDE, IODIDE, OPTIC PROPERTY, CHEMICAL PUP11TY, CHP-11ICAL SYNTHESIS, SI.NGLE CRYSTAL 'INTROL i'lARVltqG--NU ilEST:~ICTIONS CUMENT rLASS--LJ".CUs.S."~lFlED OXY STEP RC ACCES-SIC" 2 1 ~~33 Y2 ~ 02 ~i UN'CLkSS! F I ED PROf - L S S 0 A E: - - - 0110 C T 7 0 'RC A CC E 1~ 1~ T 0 1 1 c-~3 I S T P A, C T E 6 S T R -* C T 5 1 T E I S P, 1~ A r~ CT;-~- T S .3 S T_: r~P T 1 !UNI D GE G, 01% S T U D 1 G H! p ,,J R 7 y L ?j S E L; F'73~' THE S Y N H, Ez S 1 E F 1 '01, T L E IF S E i 4 111 THE S Til 1 1 0 4 8 0 D E c !'TH-SIS IN ~:Wr"AT"D QUARTZ A;"WUL~ SLVr-'!',,;;!- DAYS. THE SP~~GLE CRYST~Lr :%'~:i~E T t" T E -'F Ej~SILY ''l-ATELE 1 S, v R;'.'Y AiNIAL, CONIFIRa"ED Tli-~T THEY U`ELONIG 1-0 ;o"1 T11 .4 1* "', ii A L S 4 . 2 9 A N G S lfi~ li I ~ ; C Ef" U,;~ L ~ 6 . 7 5 ~ G IS T P, 0;,l . P R E L Pl I ill, Y S T u F THE A 8 S 0 R P T I ,) t I ',, IF t"4 L ~?% R 1 Z E L) I P, S ~:, E 0 1- H A T C R YS -9 A L S S I '.,i 1 1 T 0 10 MU .THICK Tr-"ANSINIT SIM"'O-LER THAN (11R EQUAL #TO 10PERCE1, 'J. 6 L: C ' B 5 0 I'll P T 10 1 INCRE-ASE',-~ Tu',,A~',DS I LONGc''R IT MAY GE Ci,USI-D BY CONCN. OF FREZE C-*~~-,~lEkS. THE DEPENCENCE OF THE A-BSlf',RP) 'U'l; CGEFF. ON THE: SWUARE UF THE WAVELENGTH SEEIMS TO CONFIRM TMS SUGGESTIG~%;. THE: 0~~SDa ABSORPTION 'EDGE COULD bE CAUSED QuY SIMPLE AL10',IABLE T,,' ';i N S I T 10 N S 5 E T E EN THE BANDSo FACILITY: U 7 HGORCD. GOS. UNIV. r UZlH(')oii0Df W;Ul I I ONIV-011 N101 SS3D)v :),b I B610/10CIO/000/000/01/0000/EO--ON d3l.c.' TZU/2661-3i-!V~i4/199V kXOVd G3JJJssvi3t4n--ssvi:) IN3wn:)oc,' SNO]IDIVIS3V DN--DtllYbVH IOW61NOO NOiivno3 ~IV3NII ivnNVW ONINIVUl 'NC)OOONVH 'V'd999IV--S9VI :)IdOl S30N3105 IVDIIVW3141VW--SV3dV 103rgns oL ------- ogHsi-iond 31VC dd 961 'OL61 'VNnVN 'MODSOW *03 ONZ (ASII*dIVW I 113111303UM-3o'enos 9 VSsn--0:4NI go *1*7 4HOIA31dOO-bOHinv .-n- S331'dIVW ONV SINVNIW?.3130--glill OLAON12-91VO owsmnldd 091AISSVIONf) 010 ?/T 2/2 010 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--27NOV70 rIRC ACCESSION s',10--AMOI.12358 4BSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT, TABLE OF CONTENTS: PREFACE 4. CHAPTER I THEORY OF DETERMINANTS 5. 11 SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS 65, If[ ACTIONS OVER MATRICES 102. IV QUAORATIC FORMS 153. THE BOOK DEALS WITH AN INTRODUCTION INTO LINEAR ALGEBRA WHICH REPRESENTS A PART OF THE UNIVERSITY COURSE OF HIGHER ALGEBRA. THE TEXTBOOK WAS WRITTEN FOR STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITIES, PEDAGOGICAL INSTITUTES AND ENGINEERING COLLEGES, AS WELL AS PEOPLE READY FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY OF HIGHER ALGEBRA. UNCLASSIFIED Acc. Nr: Abstracting Service:tk--7t) Ref. Code: IIP,0042JL22- CHMICAL ABST. C/ 13, 80830v Determination of the efficiency of a feed pump using entropy diagrams for water. Borevskii, E. 1. A'ses. T eviotekh. 'St.. Moscow, USSR . 7VP (Russ). Literature themodynamic data were used to prep., by graphical interpolation, a series of enthalpy (f) and entropy (s) diagrams with 10 isotherms and 10 atm. isobars for temps. 155- 180* and pressures to-450 atm. These auxiliary i, s curves were used in the construction of an i-s diagram useful in detg. internal efficiencies of pumps that are not attainable by direct measure- ments. Superheated-steam feed-pump efficiencies calcd. rapidly by the use of enthalpy data of the i-s diagram compared well with results detd. bk other techniques. DPJR T WIE Yeasuring, Testing, Calibrating USSR UDC: 535.34 BOREYKO, V. M., KARPOV, V. I., FEDOROVA, T. N. "Installation for Studying Gasses in the Vacuum Area of the Spectrum by Impulse Photolysis" Leningrad, Optiko-mekhanicheskaya Promyshlennost', No 8, Aug 72, pp 36-139. Abstract: An impulse photolysis device is described. Vacuum absorption spectra in the UV area are recorded using a transmission tube consisting of a capillary source producing a continuum to 120 mp. The design peculiarities of the source are studied. Oscillograms and radiation spectra are presented. The device is made in two versions, with photographic and photoelectric recording. Power supply is through six high-voltage coaxial cables located concentrically around the quartz discharge capillary, in order to assure a short pulse. The device can measure the absorption spectra of particles with lifetimes of over 10 psec in the vacuum ultraviolet area. 1/1 USSR SULATSKOV, V. G. , RnRTrl4P.V - M- A uDc: 621-327-534.2-032.1027 "A Method of Assembling the Electrodes for Gas-Discharge Tubes of High and Superhigh Pressure" Moscow, Otkrytiyal, Izobreteniya, Promyshlennyye Obraztsy, Tovarnyye Znak.-I L No 7, Mar 72, Author's Certificate No 329593, Division G, filed 22 Jul 70, published 9 Feb 72, p 208 Translation: This Author's Certificate introduces a method of assembling electrodes for high-pressure and superhigh-pressure gas-discharge-tubes. The electrodes consist of a core wound with a helix. As a distinguishing feature of the T)atent, the assembly operation is simplified by placing the helix loosely over the core in such a way that a gap remains between the core and the inner surface of the helix, and the helix is fastened to the core by welding its first turn to the end face of the core in a shielding gas atmosphere. USSR UDC 669.24,548/531620.193-91 !ARIKOV, L. N., and BORIMSKAYA. S. T., Institute of Metal Physics of the Academy of Sciences "Change in the Texture of Nickel-Beryllium Alloys During Deformationt Recry- stallAzation, and Aging!' Sverdlovsk, Fizika Metallov i Metallovedeniyep Vol 33, no 4, Apr 72, pp 8,49-851 Abstracti Crystallographic correlations during recrystallization and a.-_iag, of alloys are discussed on the 'oasis of experiments with electrolytic nickel (99.99%,) and nickel-W-~se alloys contairdng 2, 20.5, 12.5, and 15 at. % Be. The texture deformations of all alloys were investi- gated after rolling (9Cr4) in one direction. The recrystallization and aging processes were checked roentgenographically and microscopically. The results are discussed by reference to polar figures of differently processed Ri-Be specimens. The textures of collective recrystallization of all alloys, except the low-alloyed, are characterized by chaotic a distribution of orientations. The analysis of many experimental data of other authors revealed that specinens with multicomponent deformation textura5 after recrystal- lization are often taken as oriented in a disoraerly manner. Therefore, the absence of a specific texture after collective recrystallization cali have 112 USSR LARIKOV, L. N., and BORIPOKAYA, S. T., Fizika Metallov i Metallovedeniye, Vol 33, No 4, Apr 72, pp 849-851 another physical meaning than that by decompusition of super-saturated solid solutions according to the heterogeneous mechanism when disoxderly orientations of nuclei develop in every grAn. One illustration, ten bibliographic references. 2/2 - LLL - -USSR 0 uDc 6l4-73.5-N77-25)l9'5-1970 BORDISKIY, V. K., GREYCHTITA, 14. A., and TJ2.!OSHKTKO, L. _a.Y Kiev 11,1unicip.-al &ttt','ffT-EPide~IIiiologica1 Station, Kiev st Characteristics of the Pollution of Atmospheric Air With Dust" Moscow, Gigiyona i Sanitariya, No 1, 1973, P 108 Abstract: In the City of Kiev, the average yearly coric;antration of dust in the air was determned in eight locations: Pioneer Par]: in a mountainous area above the Dnepr (location I); Goloseyevskiy Forest in the forest-part zone (TI); Kalinim So. in the center of the city at an air elevation of 1.5 m (1!1)3 ditto, at an elevation o 20 m (ri); !;o 8 Nekrasovskaya St., in a recidentL,_1 sectior, -with pleptifful greenery, situated in the vicinity of an automobile 1-,ara-.e No 19 Voloshslmya St., in the old industrial district of Podol with heavy city traffic (VI); 110 7 -Brest-Litovsk Highway, in the vicinity of larUe indus- trial enterprises and in an area in which traffic is heavy (VII): rrivokzall- naya Sq., next to a railroad station and to a thermoelec tri c rower plant (VIII The average yearly dust concentration was 0.21, 0.16, 0.2", 0.14, 0.2-~, r).4-,, 0-35, and ojl~o 7, -/.,~-,3I -'r - ,-fL at -, II, !II, IV, V, VI, VII, and 11111, resp~'Ctivclj The lovest fluctuations, during the yQar (0.1-0.2 were ob,~erred at- 1. 'Lie lowest concentrations -there (0-1-0.2 mg/It13) wer-ra recordei in Jan-Feb, wh~-,-.. tIc grotuid was covered snow., arld the highest (0.3-~).4 ill t-11L 1~2 USSR BORD-ISKIY., V. K., et al., Gigiyena i Sanitariya, DTO 1, 1973, P IaB sumner durinS dz-,, spells and in the late fall on fog ,T days with hjCj-, LIL~'. L ~" The average yearly concentrations varied from year to year in the 0.14-0.19, P 0-13-0.24, and 0.29-0.5 m6'3 0.19-0-28 /L. range in the forest-pja&, zone, in tl-le center of the city (Kalinin Sq.), iD the residential zone., and in the station and industrial zone, respectively. The i-mrimmm permissible concentra- tion of dust in the air is 0.5 rn.-/n3. 2/2 USSR TSAREGR-ADSKIY, L. YE. and BORINISKIY YU. S. "Method of Synthesis of Binary Codes Correcting Individual Asymmetrical Errors" Avtomatiz. Upr. Prom. Predprivatiyami [Automation of Control of Indus- trial Enterprises], Kiev, Tekbnika Press, 1973, pp 66-68 (Translated from Referativn)-y Zhurnal Kibernetika, No 10, 197_~, Abstract No 101,1422) Translation: A now procedure is suggested for coding in the synthesis of it nonlineat- code correcting individual asymmetrical er-rors, allowin- the volume of memory necessary for storage of the code to be reduced. An example is presented of the performance of the coding procedure sug- gested. Author's view 1/1 USS R UDC 77 BOPIN , A ,.V REVA, V. I., MOROZOVA, G. G., OLEYNIKOvA, V. I. ., SLESAI "The Effect of Sodium Thiosulfate on Photographic Properties and Storage Life of Optically Sensitized Emulsion Layers" Uspekhi nauchn. fotogr. (Advances in Scientific Photography), 1970, Vol. 14, pp 116-123 (from RZh-Fizika, No 12(1), Dec 70, Abstract No 12D1337) Translation: The effect of different amounts of sodium thiosulfate (1) introduced into optically sensitized emulsions an the change in their properties and addi- tional light sensitivity at the time of introduction when the emulsions stand in a melted state or when dry layers are kept for an extended period is investi- gated. The introduction of ! before the dyes only slightly effects the sensi- tivity properties but considerably lowers,the additional sensitivity under sub- sequent optical sensitization (it drops more for more sodium thiosulfate). The effect of I as the melted emulsion stands is the same and depends on its quantity and on the dye: a retardation of the drop in the additional sensitivity and its 1/2 USSR 7~_71T_ acceleration or transition from acceleration to retardation are encountered. Similar phenomena were observed under extended storage of dry layers: as in the melted state sodium thiosulfate may also cause a rise in fogging; it is espe- aially considerable in those cases when the emulsion layers. contain polyethylene glycol. The dif4perent eficect-s of I under different ccnditions ar-- primarily associated w-ith its two functions: etching of the AgHal surface, by which the bond of the sensitivity centers with the surface is weakened, and the effect of dyes on the rate of discoloration, the products of which can desensitize or fog the emulsion. Displacement of the dye from the AgHal is also possible due to I,and in the presence of polyethylene glycol there is also slow oxidation of I and an intensification of electron-acceptor properties of sensitivity centers. 16 references. Authors abstract. 212 - 68 - .--t/2 019 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATF--IISEP70 TITLE--SOME PROBLERS OF COMPLEX TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITM UQ~Sa OISE~SE .. AT THE MORSHIN HEALTH RESORT -U- AUTHOR--BORINv YA.V.t OENISYUKv V.G., SEREDYUK, N.N. COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR SOURCE--VRACHERNOYE nELO, 1970, NR 3, PO 39-41 :DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES TOPIC TAGS--GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM, DIGESTIVE DISEASE, DUODENU4P LESION, I MINERAL9 WATER CONTROL l4APKING--NO PPSTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/F.RAME--198610951 STEP Nrl--UP/0475/70/000/003/n.:)-,O/()041 CIRC ACCESSION N.10--AP0102890 LINICLASSIFfED 212 019 UNCL ASS IF I ED PROCESSINkr2' DAT-C--IISEP70 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0102890 A6STRACT/5XTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. MORSHIN MINERAL WATER COMPLEXLY USED WITH OTHER 4ALTH RESDRT FACTnRS HAD A FAVnURABLE EFFECT ON THE COURSE OF GASTRIC AND DUODENAL ULCER IN THE MAJORITY OP PATIFNTS. HYDOTONIC SOLUTIONS OF THIS MINERAL WATER EXERT AN INHIBITORY EFFECT ON GASTRIC SECRETION. MORSHIN MINERAL WATER IS CONTRAINDICTED DURING EXACERBATIONS OF ULCER DISEASE, SHARP STIMULATION'S OF GASTRIC SECRETORY ACTIVITY AND,DISORDERS OF THE MOT-OR EMPTYING ACTIVITY (PYLOQOSPASM, PYLOROSTENOSIS. UNCLASSIFIED USSR UDC 547 1.26,118 FOSS, V. L... VEEYTS, YU. A., KUDI11OVA, V. V., BORISENKO.., A. A., and WTSENKO., I. F... Moscow State University "Synthesis of Alkylalkoxydiphosphines" Leningrad, Zhurnal Gbshchey K[himil, V01 43 (105), No 5, ~hY 73, pp 1000-1006 Abstract: The synthesis of a new type of unsy=-etric diphosphines containing al1q,l(aryl) and alk-oxy(aryloxy) groups was developed. The first method is based on the reaction of dialkoxyphosphines with dial1kylchlorophosphines in organic solvents (petroleum ether, benzene, diethyl ether, dim-ethox-jethane) and in presence of tertiary amines. This is an exotherutic reaction, completed in 2-3 lirs. The second method is much slower, requiring several days for com- pletion. It is based on the reaction of dialkyl(aryl)phosphines TAth dialkyl- (aryl) chlorophosphites under similar reaction conditions. Raising the reaction temperature does not help, since it leads to the formation of high-boiling by- products. 1/1 USSR uDc 547.245 BUGEREMIK09 YE. F., PETMOVA, A. B., BORISENKO, A. A., CHENMSMY, YE. A. "Problem of the Structure of tha Prcdu--ts of Interaction of AIkyl Silane Halides ;r1th Sodium Dialkyl Phosphites" Leningrad# Zhurnal Obshchey Khimii, Vol XLIII (CV), Ho 11 1973t p ?.16 Abstracts For the products of the inter-action of (CH ) SiClp, (CH 3 331 3 CH3SIM 3 and =14 with doium diethyl phosphite, in the P nuclear magnetic resonance apect-ra, signals aro observed which are split into a quintet as a result of the interaction of the phosphorus nuclei with the four %-protons of the ethoxyl groups (J-.T4'8 hertz). The chemical *hilfts of the observed signala with respect to 851,',.r2 of the orthophosphoric acid ~ 1, lie within the limits of -123 to -128t that ist in the range characterlstic of trialkyl mh=Dhites fi. R. Van Weser, et al., j. Am. Chem. Soc.# No 78, 5715, 1959 and orgw-kylsilyl phosphinates fK. Lsslelb, et al., Angew. Chem., No 79# 59, 19~g and not the derivatives of the four-coordination atom of phosphorous. Thus, the 31 P nuclear magnetic resonsnace spectra confirm the structun of the products of interaction of triallcyl, ailane halidets with soditLi d1alkyl phosphites, just as the derivatives of trivalent phosphoruz containing the Siop fragment. 1/1 USSR UDC 547.26'118 VLYTIS, Yu. A., BORIISENKO, A. A. FOSS, V. L., and LUTS-EY'RO, 1. F., Moscow ---- * , -- .- -.4 State Universit3r--Ilikeni M. V. Lomonosov "A New Rearrangement Among Organophosphorus Compounds" Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchey Khimii, Vol 43 (105), No 2, Feb 7/3, pp 440-441 Abstract: Oxidation of 'L,l-diisopropyl-2,2-dibutoxvdipliosphine with HgO gives a single product 1,1-diisoDropvl-2,2-dibuto%-N,~iphosphine, whose structure was confirmed by N,,I.IR 31P an'alvsis. The assumption was made that this unexpected result -- oxidation of the less basic "phosphite" center of the diphosphine may be a result of a rearrangement of an intermediate, direct oxidation product: 19 R2P-P(OR)2 R2P-0-P(OR)2 R2p-p(:O)(OR)2' 41 - USSR UDC 547.26'118 NIFANTIYEV, E. Ye., NASONIOVSKIY, I. S., and BORISENIKO, A. A., 11-foscow State University imeni M. V. Lomonosov uftaa*00""M~ "Synthesis of Hydrogen 1,3-Alkylene Phosphites" Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchey Khimii, Vol 41, No 11, Nov 1971, pp 2,368-2,371 Abstract: Study of the stereachemistry and reactivity of the acid 1,3- alkylene phosphites revealed a general lack of published data and a number of contradictions in data published. The authors synthesized and studied the f ollm-iing: 1) diethylamide of 2-methylamylerie-2,4-pliosphorous acid; 2) diethylamide of 2, 4-dirue thy lamylene- 2, 4 -ph os nh orous acid; 3) methvlamyl,ene- 2,4 phosphite; 4) 2,4-dimethylamylene-2,4 phosphite; and 5) i,3-propylene phosphite and 2, 2-dime thy 1-1, 3-- p ropy lene phosphite. The possibility of svn- thesizing, the stereoisomeric acid phosphites from acid 1,3-alkylene phosphites was demonstrated. Tables of physical constants found, paramagnetic resonance curves, and structural formulas are included. 111 USSR uDc 547.26,n8 KIFANTIYEV, E. YE., NASONOVSKIY, I. S., and.4;jj "EMKO A. A., Moscow State University imeni 1-1. V. Lozonosov Sp9w"Mt "Stereoisomerism of 1.2-Propylene Phosphite" Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchey Khimii, Vol 41, No 8, Aug 71, p 1876 Abstracti The authors found the phenomenon of stereoisomerism among acid five-membered alkylene phosphites. 1,2-Propylene phosphite, obtained Jn various ways, represents an approximately equal mixture of two stereoisomers alkylene phosphites, stereoisomeric five-membered phosphites possess very similar stability and do not interconvert under the action of acids, bases, or noderate-heatin,-. A study shows that stable 1,2-propylene phoSDhite is readily formed by hydrolysis of 1,2-propylene chlorophosphite with water. 1/1 50 USSR UDC 547.26'118 BQJkLaENKC- A. A., and NIFANT'YEV, E. Ye., Moscow State University "The Steric Effect in the Thermolysis of Alkyl 1,3-Alkylene Phosphites" Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchev Khimii, Vol XL, No 12, Dec 70, pp 2765-2766 Abstract: Among a series of neutral cyclic phosphites was observed the first example of a dependence of thermal stability of geometric isomers on stereochemistry. Specifically, two stereoisomeric esters of 1,3-butylene- phosphorous acid were found to differ in thermal stabilitv, Line remaining stable at 140%, the other energetically eliminating isbutylene to form 1,3-butylene phosphite. 1/1 - 45 - USSR uDc 547.23 LUTSENKO, I. P., PROSKiffiNINA, M. V. , SEIM. A", Moscow State University imeni M. V. Lomonosov, Moscow, Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialized Education RSFSR "Dialkoxyphosphines -- Complete Esters of the Active Form of Hypophosphoric Acid" Moscow, Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR., Vol 193, No 4, Aug 70, pp 828-8-30 Abstract: The reaction of dialkyl chlorophosphites with tri- alkylstannanes yields dialkoxyphosphines. The reaction rate de- ponds to a large degree on the alkyl group contained in the chloro- phosphite molecule. Synthesized were di-isobutoxyphosphine, di-n- amyloxyphosphine, and di-n-butoxyphosphine, and their IR and NMR spectra were studied. 1/1 USSR UDC 538.27:547.20-1118 N!FkNTIEV, E. E., IVZOVA, N. L., BDRISENKO, A. A. ~Ioscow State University imeni M. V. Lomonosov "Application of riea. Spectroscopy to the Study of Alcoholysis of the Amides of Trivalent Phosphorus Acids4 Leningrad, Zhurnal Obschei ~',himii, iol 40, NO 0, jun 70, --p 1420 Abstract: INMR spectroscopy was applied to the P31 nucleus in a study of the alcoholysis of phosphoamideS. It was established that tria.-dides of phosphorous acid are more readily alcoholyzed than the amidoesters. '"I"he car-aly7,ic effect of amine hydrochlorides on the rate of substitution reactions could be con- firmed by iivLR. In Lhe case of the alcoholy5is of Lhe dimoLhyLanLide of lj-ou~y- Innephosphorous acid, stor:)ospeciticity of the substitution reaction the ring phosphorus atom waz observed. 1/1 - 29 IjSSR UDC 547.261118 NIFANTIEV, E. E., NASONOVSKII, I. S., BORISENKO, A. A. Moscow State University imeni M. V. Lomonosov "Stereoisomerism of Cyclic Acid Phosphites" Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchei Khimii, Vol 4.0, 14o 6, Jun 70, pp 1248-1251 Abstract: Pare crystalline 1,1-propylene phosphite is transformed into two, phosphites with different NMR sp ~ctra, when heated to 1400. This phenomenon cannot be explained by destructional or skeletal isomerization of the origi-rial compound since after distillation of the mixture, 1,3--apropylene phosphite is uncovered in high yield. Likewise, no boat-chair conformational change can be assumed, since the emergence of the two different forms is not observed in solution of the phosphite in organic solvents or on mild warming. Consequentky, the formation of the two phospIlites can be attributed only to a conformational change at the phosphorus atom. A similar transformat.-ILon was observed also with 1,3-butylene phosphite. A tertiary amine addition facilitaLcd the trans- formation in this cate, which is an indication of the prototropic character of the transformation. 1/1 USSR UDC 547.26'118 NIFANT'YEV, E. Ye. , A9_RIk4,W A. A., NASONOVSKrf, I. S., and MATROSOV, Ye. I., Moscow State University imeni M. V. Lomensov "Stereochemistry of 1,3-Butylenephosphites" Moscow, Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR, Vol 196, No 1, Jan-Feb 71, pp 121-123 Abstract; Stereochemical relationships between the isomers of 1,3-butylene- phosphite were studied. One isomer -- the more stable -- was obtained by reacting 27.5 g dimethylphosphite, 22.5 g 1,3-butandiol and a small piece of sodium at 130'. When methanol stopped evolving the product consisting of two isomers, was distilled at 110-130* in a 10-~ mm vacuum. After standing this material crystallized witha m.p. 52-52.5*. The labile isomer was ob- tained by reacting 16.4 g of the dimethylamide of 1,3-butylenephosphorous acid with acetic acid in absolute ether at 35*. Distillation of the material obtained gives a product with b.p. 97-97.5'/l mm n20 1.4550, d20 1.2600. , D 4 The stable isomer is less soluble in organic solvents and has a lower RF in thin layer chromatography on alumina. This more stable isomer is evidently associated to a larger extent than the labile material. Conversion of the 1/2 USSR NIFXNT'YEV, E. Ye., ~jLaj, Doklady Akademii Nauk SSR, Vol 196, No 1, Jan-Feb 71, pp 121-123 labile isomer to the stable one is not a phenomenon of boat-chair intercon- versions; these isomers differ by the orientation of their substituents in relationship to the chair skeleton. 2/2 - 55 - USSR UDC; 547.20118 AKSENOV, V. I., C~_ERNYYSHEII, Ye. A., BUGEIRENKO, Ye. F., and EORISENKO, A. A. "Thione-Thiol Isomerization oil o-Phenyl Dichlorothiophosp~, ate in the Gas Fnasell Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchey Khimii, Vol 41 (103), No 2, Feb 71, pp 484-1185 Abstract; In an investigation o1L thione-thiol isomerization, o-Dheryl dichloroti-Lioph-osphate (1) was passed through a quartz tube at ').'b0 at a rate assuring the passage of -Lhe vapor through the tube within 40 sec. from the condensed product obtained the following compounds were isolated: PC1-i, POC1-i, phenyl dichlorophosphate, starting material, S-phenyl dic~loro~hiopnho-s'_ PSC13' phate, and additional six nigh-boiling conpounds which were not identified. Thus the thionethiol isomerization was shown to take place; due to highly labile S-P bond, however, many side reactions acconpa~y th,e -isonerization. 1/z 016 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING OATE--30OCT70 TITLE--REACTIVITY OF AN ACTIVATED METHYL GROUP IN NITRIJ COMPOUNOS. 110 AROMATIC NITRO COMPOUNDS IN THE VILSMEIER HAACK REACTION -U- AUTHOR-(03)-ZBARSKIYI V.Lep BORISENKG, A.A., GRLOVAj YE.YU, COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR SOURCE--ZH. ORG. KHLM. 1970, 6(3), 520- DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--CHEMISTRY TOPIC TAGS--AROMATIC-NITRO COMPOUND, XYLENE, PERCHLORATE, OPGANIC AZO COMPOUND, ACROLEIN, TOLUENE, BENZENE DERIVATIVE, ESTER CCNTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--1992/1685 STEP Nt)--UR/0366/70/0061003/0520/0525 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0112679 ONCLASSIFIED 212 018 UNCLASSI FIED PROCESSING DATE--30OCT70 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0112679 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. THE VILSMEIER HAACK REACTION OF 2v4t6pTRINITROXYLENE WITH HCONME SUB2 GAVE 113,BIS(21(DIMETHYLAMINO),ItFORMYLVINYL)tZt4t6pTRlNITROBENZENE. THE REACTION OF 2,4,6,TRINITROCRESOL WITH HCONME SUB2 IN THE PRESENCE OF POCL SUB3 FOLLOWED BY THE TREATMENT WITH HCLO SUB4 GAVE A mixr. OF 41(2l4l6tTRINITROt3FCHLOROPHENYL)t2t6rDlMETHYLi2vAZAt6tALONlAt3,5,HEPTAD IENE PERCHLORATE AND 4,(2,3,9ICHLOROv4,6,DINITR OPHENYL),2,6rDlMETHYL,2,AZA,6,AZONIA,3,5,HEPTA DIENE PERCHLORATE. IN THE CASE OF 2,&,DINITRC,P,TOLUIC ACID (1) THE ONLY ISOLATED PRODUCT WAS Zv(2t6lDlNlTRO,4,CARBOXYPHENYL),3,DIMETHYL,AMINOACROLEIN. THE ATTEMPTS TO SUBJECT 2,4,DINITROTOLUENEt 4,CHLOROv2l4,DINITROTOLUENEt ZiCHLORO,4,6,DLNITROTOLUENE, I ET ESTER, OR 2,4,6,TRINITROETHYLBENZENE TO VILSMEIER HAACK REACTION WERE NOT SUCCESSFUL. FACILITY: MOSK. KHIM.-TEKHNOL* INST, IM. MENDELEEVA, MOSCOW, USSR. UNCLASSIFIED USSR BORISEYKO, A. G.., and KIR FqKO, G..S-.,.Institute of Nuclear Research, UCHtffiff--SSTr Academy of' Sciences "Experimental Study of Ef:ELcient Retardation of an Ion Beam in Plasma During Ion-Acoustic Instabil i ty" Moscow, Zhurnal Ekspe-rimenta-L'noy i- Tedreticheskoy Fiziki, Vol.60, No 1, 1971, pp 384-388 Abstract: A test was made of the theoretical finding that noncollisional thexmallzatiom of an- ion beam in a plasma. can be obtained when the beam is excited by ion-acoustic instability. These conditions are realized at beam vr1ocities that do not exceed,. in aKdar of: magniLude, the velocity of the moKisothermal. ion. bp-qn c(TeIMW2-.., i.e.,. for beam energies.E: that are comparable with the thermal energy of e-Lectrons (Te= temperature of plasma a-1- rons and M = Trags cif ion).. In. the experiment a Imi-pressure gas dis- charge plasma in which a =noenergetic- beam of alkali ions was injected was used to satisfy this ratio beL-.;een the parameters e and T,. The plasma was produzed in a copper vacuum chamber 5 cm in diameter and 20 cm long by means of a discharge between a heated cathode and a main and an auxiliary anode. 1/2 - 9L3- - BORISENKO, A. G., and KIRICHMKO, C. ti&~Ieci~ -F , Vol 60, No 1, 1971, The discharge current was adjustable within the limits 0-3 amp. By reducing the pressure of the working gas (argon) within the range 10-3 10-4 1, Hg, the authors varied the temperature of the plasma electrons from 4 to about 14 ev at a plasma electron concentration n' -_z:' 2* 101(j CM-3. The source of e Z; the potassium ion bean was a heated porous constant emitter (8 rn. in diame ter), a steam line, and a molten potassium unit. The energy of the ion beam inject- ed into the plasma was regulated within the limirs 10-100 ev by varying the potential of the emitter with respect to chat of the base anode of the dis- charge close to the space charge. Be-am current was varied within the limdts 0-2 m;; , and the initial anguiar dispersion was a/2 ;;=~ 70. The passage of the ion beam through the plasma is accompanied by the excitation of lo-,7-fre- quency oscillations. Interaction of the beam with the excired ion-acoustic oscillations leads to the retardation of the beam. As th-z distance traveled by the beam in the plasma is increased, the distribution function of the beam ion velocities shifts toward the appearance of slower particles. At a fairly large distance from the source the velocity distribution- :Eunction becomes plateau-like. This corresponds to the efficient transfer of ion beam energy to the plasma. 2/2 112 022 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--20NOV70 rITLE--SATLJf,.A-rICN WITH IRCN OF THE BLOOD PLASMA TRANSFERRIN IN PATIENTS -nITH SYPHILIS AND GCr--j0KRHEA -U- AUTrl0R-(03)-TUMASHEVAr N.I., 60RISENKO, A.M., 60RISENK0, B.A. :-.:CCUNTRY CF INFG--USSR SOURCE--VESTNIK OERMATGLUGII I VENEROLCGlIt 19701 NR 6, PP 53-55 ,DATE PUSL I!;HE0-----70 ~SU8JECT AREAS--blOLGGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES JOPIC TAGS--BLCCO PLASMA, TRANSFERRIN, VENEREAL DISEASE, VITAMIN, COBALT CUMPCUND, ASCORBIC ACID ~CCNTRGL MAPKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--3CO5/1385 STEP NO--UR/0206/70/000/006/0053/0055 CIRC ACCES,-IrN NO--AP0133337 UNC LA 55 1 F I E 0 2/2 022 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--20NOV70 CIRC ACCESSICN NO--AP0133337 .A8STRA.CT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. SATURATION WITH IRON OF THE BLOOD PLASMA -TPANSFERRIN WAS DETERMINED ACCORDING TO G. A. BABENKO'S 11EI D IN 80 EXAMINATIGN GF 113 PATIENTS WITH DIFFERENT MANIFESTATIONS OF SYPHILIS :AND 1CZ PATIENTS i,,ITb GONORRHEA. MARKED C14ANGES WERE FOUND IN CASES WITF SEVEKE AND PPULGNGED COURSE OF THE PATHOLOGICAL PROCESS. IN SEVERE CASES GF SYPHILIS HIGH INDICES OF SATURATION WITH IRON OF THE BLOOD -PLASIMA TRANSFERRIN WERE OBSERVEO, WHEREAS IN THE PATIET," WITH C, NOR'HEA THE OPPOSITE TENDENCY WAS FOUINDo SEARCH FOR MEANS OF ELIMINATION OF SUCH LHANGES IN THE PATIENTS UNDER STUDY WOULD FACILITAfE RESTORATIVE .THERAPY. IN THIS CONNECTIONi A FAVOURABLE EFFECT OF ASCORBIC ACID AND VIATMIN 6 SUB12 AS NCN SPECIFIC THERAPY WAS NOTED. FACILITY: VINNITSKIY MEDITSINSKIY INSTITUT IM. N. 1. PIROGOVA. 112 022 UiNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--20NOV70 FITLE--SATJr~.ATICN WITH IRCN OF THE BLOOD PLASMA TRANSFERRIN IN PATIENTS 'AITH SYPHILIS AND GCNOtRHEA -U- .'~AUT-riG-R-(03)-TUMASHEVA, N.I., 8ORISENK09 A.M.r BORISENKO, B.A. CCUNTRY CF INFG--USSR St-JURCE--VESTNIX 0ERMATULOGIL' I VENEROLCGII, 1970, NR 6t PP 53-55 DATE PUBLISHED------70 SU6JECT AREAS--bIOLGGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES TUPIC TAGS--BLCCU PLASMAr TkANSFERRINr VENEREAL DISEASE, V[TAMIN, COBALT CU&kiPCUND, ASCORBIC ACID --CCNTROL MAPKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIEG PROXY REEL/FRAME--3CO5/1385 STEP NO--UR/0206/70/000/006/0053/0055 CIRC Ar-CESSICN Nij--AP0133337 r F 0 11 -1 2/2 022 UNCLASSIFIED PkOCESSING DATE-20NOV70 CIRC ACCESSICN NO--AP0133337 .ABsTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. SATURATION WITH IRON OF THE 13LOOD ~PLASMA -TVIANSFERRIN W'AS DETERMINED ACCCROING TO G. A. G-A3ENKJ'S METHOD IN EXAMINATIGN GF 113 PATIENTS WITH DIFFERENT MANIFESTATIONS OF SYPHILIS AND IC2 PATIENTS hITH GONORRHEA. MARKED CHANGES 14ERE FGUND IN CASES WITF SEVEkE AND PROLGNGLD COURSE OF THE PATHOLOGICAL PROCESS. IN SEVERE CASES OF SYPHILIS HIGH INDICES OF SATURATION WITH IRON OF THE BLOOD PLASMA TRANSFERRIN WERE OBSERVEDt WHEREAS IN THE PATIE7NS WITH GONORRHEA THE UPPL"SITE TENDENLY WAS FOUND. SEARCH FOR IMEANS OF ELIMINATION OF SUCH CHANGES IN THE PATIENTS UNDER STUDY WOULD FACILITAFE RESTORATIVE THERAPY. IN THIS CONNECTION, A FAVOURABLE EFFECT OF ASCORBIC ACID AND VIATMIN 6 SUBIZ AS NCN SPECIFIC THERAPY WAS NOTED. FACILITY: VINNITSKIY MEDITSINSKIY INSTITUT IM. N. 1. PIROGOVA. Acc rclnr~ 112 .022 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESS114G DATE--13NOV70 TITLE--STABILIZATION OF ELECTRONS AND IONIC REACTICNS IN IRRADIATED -U- KETONES AUTHOk-(04)-REVINA, A.A., BORISENKO, G.L., BAKHt N.A.t KOSTIN!r A.K. COUNTRY OF Ik4FO--USSP, SOURCE--DOKL. AKAD. NA0 SSSR 1970, 191(4)1 845-8 (CHEM) DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT A.-iEA S --CHEM IS Tt~Y, IMUCLEAR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TOPIC TAGS--%';A:I.-.,.A RADIATION, ALIPHATIC KETONE, EPR SPECTRIJkl, ALCoHeL, ELECTRON INTEK'ACTION, ELECTRON PADIATION, ION INTEkACTIOM, COBALT ISOTOPE CONTROL 04ARKI.NG--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEI./FRAME--3006/1216 STEP ~ll't--Ul~/0020/70/191/004/Odtt5/O(')48 CIRC ACCESSION i'40-AT0134890 212 022 UNCLASSI FIED PROCESSING DATE-13NOV70 CIRC ACCESSfON NO--AT0134890 GP-0- AIISTRACT. EPR SPECTRA ARE REPORTED FOR ALIPHATIC KETONES WHICH H4D BEEN IRRADIATED (GAMIMA P:~[-ME60 CO) IN THE DARK At 77DEGREESK. ALL PRODUCED A SYARP SINGLET LfNE TYPICAL OF STABILILED ELECTRONS IN POLAR.MEDIA THE TOTAL CU;NCN. OF rrlE RADICALS IN 0 SUbZ IS LOWER THAN 10 VACUO; T;4ENELATIVE INTENSITY OF THE BROAD SIGNAL IS ALSO LOWE-R. EVII)ENTLY THEPRIGINAL CATION RADICAL RESULTS FROM THE. LOSS OF Ail ELECTRON FAOM THE 0 OF THE CO GROUP AIN-0 THESE ELECTRONS AkE CAPTURED BY THE AEDIUM. H TRANSFER TO THIS () ATU,'%l RESULTS IN CATIONS SUCH AS RC PRIMEPOS[TIVE MEOH OR CATIGN RADICALS SUCH AS RC PRIINIEPOSITIVE (OH)CH SUB2.9 WHICH UNDERGO THE USUAL EXPECTED CHANGES. A PULSE TECHNIQUE WAS USED FOR ELECTRON IRRAUN. AND OPTICAL SPECTRA OF TYPIrAL IRRADIATED KETONES ARE SH04N. ALL GAVE MAX. 11"! THE 330-40 NM REGION.50 IUSEC AFTEK PULSLING. THE YIELDS OF ALCS. AT 17-3600EGREESK ARE TABULATED FoR mE- ME-PR, 42-OU, oi-Er,*.vio Ol-bU KETONE"). G VALUES -.ARE 0.3-0.8. FACILITY: INST. ELEKTROKHIM., MOSCOW, USSR. t/2 001) ONCLASSI FIED PROC~':SSING 0ATr:--i)/t0EC70 Of 1PYROMLLLITIC. At'll) -k),- AUTHOR-(03)-VAYL, YE.I., BORISENKOi L-A.v LEYBA, V.S. COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR IfI SOURCE--U.S.S.R. 264,758 REFERENCE--OTKRYTIYA# IZOBRET.o PROM. OBRAZTSY, TOVARNYE ZNAKIt 1970 .DATE PUBLISHED--03MAR70 SUBJECT AREAS--CHEMISTRY TOPIC TAGS--PYROMELLITIC ACID, CHEMICAIL PATENT, POTENTIOMETRIC TITRATION, MERCURY COMPOUND CONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--3007/0852 STEP NO--UR/0482/70/000/000/0000/k)000 C[RC ACCESSION NO--AA0136286 ; ; i "." C L A S S I t~: I E 1) 2/2 009 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESS JNG DATE--)41)EC70 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AA0136286 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. PYROMELLITIC ACID IS DETDV BY POrENTIOMETRIC TITRN. WITH A SOLN. OF HGNO SUB3 OR HY(NO SU63) SUB2. - FACILITY: UKRAINSKILY NAUCHNOt ISSLEDOVATELISKLY UGLEKHIMICHESKIY INSTITUT. umr- USSR UDC 550.42 MILLER, A. D., and FISHER, E. I., Institute of Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Crystallochemistry of- the Rare Elements, Moscow "Abundance of Gold in Ultrabasites" Moscow, Geokhimiya, Akad. Nauk SSSR, No 2, Feb 72, pp 188-195 Abstracts A relatively high gold content for various igneous rocks has been suggested during the past decade. In the present study, 79 samples of ultrabasites, pyroxenites, horn- blendes, peridotites, dunites, olivinites and serpentinites were taken in the Urals, and 7 similar samples in Armenia. These showed a gold content varying from 0.005 to 0.300 g/t. In general, the content was higher . than norrally expected for this class of minerals, especially in the case of many gabbro- pyroxenite-dunite, and hyperbasite, formations in certain districts of the Urals. The gold was main'.Ly in the form of small nuggets of native Au or olec- trum, reaching 1-2 am in diameter; it exhibited siderophile and chalcophile properties, as well as higher content In Bulfide-rich rocks. The gold was both prii,taxy in character and also secondary, as introduced during hydrothernal- metasomatic; processes. The presence of sulfur was an important. factor in the transport and local concentration of gold in most of the minerals studied. USSR UDC: 8.74 IAVRISHCHEVA, Ye. M. "Dialogue Semantic Debugging of Initial Programs on the Dnepr-2 Machine" Teoriya Yazykov i Metody Postroyeniya Sistem Programmir. [Theory of Langua-es and Methods of Construction of Prograuuaing Systems-Collection of 11orks], Kiev- Alushta, 1972, pp 295-308 (Translated from R~ferativnyy Zhurnal Kibernetika, No 11, 1972, Abstract No 11V569, by V. Mikheyev) Translation: The primary problems involved in dialogue semantic debugging of programs are studied. Dialogue semantic debugging refers to the process of initial program debugging in a time-sharing mode up to the point of production of check printouts for the working program. The effectiveness of the dialogue semantic debugging using the Dnepr-2 machine (OPAL system) is evaluated. Exam- ples of two debugging sequences for one initial program written in D-ALGAMS are presented.