A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service

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Title:
A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service
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Current awareness list
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v. : ; 27 cm.
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Cryogenic Data Center
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Low temperature research -- Bibliography   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-list no. 719 (Dec. 22, 1980-Jan. 2, 1981)
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Description based on: List no. 667 (Dec. 25, 1978-Jan. 5, 1979)
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compiled by Cryogenic Data Center, Thermophysical Properties Division, National Bureau of Standards.

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NO. 695


NBS CRYOGENIC DATA CENTER
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CURRENT AWARENESS LIST NO. 695 PAGE 1


SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. VOL 37, NO. 5/6 (DEC 1979)
1. =EvIEw PAPER HEAT TRANSFER BETWEEN LIQUID HELIUM AND SOLIDS 3ELOW 132 MK. BY
HARRIS')rJ.P. (QUEENS UNIV., KINGSTON, ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 467-565.
2. FERMILIQUID VISCOSITY IN A FINITE GEOMETRY. (HELIUM 3). 3Y JAFFE,J.E. (CORNELL
UNIV., ITHACA, N. Y. LAB. OF ATOMIC AND SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 567-81.
3. SUPEi C O'JDJCTIVI T Y_CF TERNtARY R"-RE EA RTH C'OMP3UNriS IV. COEXISTENCE OF ANT I FERROMAG E cTISM
AND SUPERCONDUCTIVITY. BY MACHIDA,K. KYOTOO UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 583-94.
4. PERIODIC PAIR-GCU-kr rT MODULATION IN JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS. BY SEIFERTH. (TUE9INGE'
UNIV., GERMANY. PHYSIKALISCHES INST.) P 595-605.
5. TEXTURES IN NARROW CYLINDERS IN SUPERFLUID (3)HE-A. BY BRUINSMA.R. MAKI,K.
(UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 607-25.
6. PHASE DIAGRAM FOR THE HELICAL TEXTURE IN (3)HE-A. BY VOLLHAROT,D. LIN-LIUY.R.
MAKIK. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER PHYSIK UNI ASTROPHYSIK, MUNICH, GERMANY) P 627-37.
7. ANISOTROPY OF THE SUPERCONJUCTIVE TO NORMAL TRANSITION IN TANTALUM-NITROGEN SINGLE
CRYSTALS. BY SPORNAJ.F. SEIDL,E. WEBER,H.W. (ATOMINSTITUT DER OESTERREICHISCHEN
HOCHSCHULEN, VIENNA, AUSTRIA) P 639-61.
8. SURFACE TENSION SOUNO IN SUPERFLUIO HELIUM FILMS ADSORBED ON ALUMINA POWDER. BY
ROSENBAUM,R. WILLIAMS,G.A. HECKERMAN,0. ET AL (TEL-AVIV UNIV., RAMAT-AVIV, ISRAEL.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 663-78.
9. DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF THE MODIFIED EQUATION OF STATE OF THIN HELIUM FILMS. 3Y
LAMBERT. LEVELUTA. PERZYNSKI,R. SALIN,0. (PARIS UNIV., FRANCE. LAB. CURIE)
P 679-93.
10. DERIVATION OF A T(C) EQUATION FROM THE THEORY OF STRONG COUPLING SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY
DAYAN.M. BAR SAGI,J. (TEL-AVIV UNIV., RAMAT-AVIV, ISRAEL. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING)
P 695-703.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 43, NO. 27 (DEC 1979)
11. SHOULD THE CHARACTER OF PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BE CHANGED (EDITORIAL). BY ADAIR,R.K.
TRIGGG.L. P 1969-74.
12. TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT SPATIAL ORDER IN SUPERFLUID AND NORMAL (4)HE, BY RORKOFF,H.N.
EWEN,D.A. HALLOCKR.B. (MASSACHUSETTS UNIV., AMHERST. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY)
P 2006-9.
13. PAIR CORRELATIONS AND THE CONDENSATE FRACTION IN SUPERFLUID (4)HE, BY SEARS,V.F.
SVENSDONE.C. (ATOMIC ENERGY OF CANADA, LTD., CHALK RIVER, ONTARIO. RESEARCH CO.
P 2009-12.
14. THICKNESS OF THE SURFACE OF LIQUID ARGON NEAR THE TRIPLE POINT, BY BEAGLEHOLE,D.
(VICTORIA UNIV., WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND) P 2016-8.
15. X-RAY STUDY OF INTERCALATE ORDER-DISORDER TRANSITION IN C(24)K. BY ZABELH. MOSSS.C.
CASWELLN. SOLINS.A. (HOUSTON UNIV., TEX. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 2022-5.

PHYS. REV. B VOL 20, NO. 11 (DEC 1979)
16. MUONIUM STATES IN GERMANIUM. (10 K). BY HOLZSCHUH,E. GRAF,H. RECKNAGELE. ET AL
(KONSTANZ UNIV., GERMANY. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4391-6.
17. SOUND PROPAGATION IN HELIUM-II IN GRAFOIL. BY AN3REI,E.Y. GLABERSON,W.I. (PUTGERS
UNIV., NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4447-9.
18. LOW-TEMOERATURE THERMOPOWER OF (SN)(X). 3Y AZEVEOO,L.J. CHAIKIN,P.M. CLARK,W.G. ET
AL (SANDIA LABS., AL8UQUERQUE, N. MEX.) P 4450-6.
19. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND CHARGE-DENSITY wAVES, BY BALSEIPOC.A. FALICOVL.M. (COMISION
ACIONAL 3E ENERGIA ATOMIC, SAN CARLOS D0 BARILOCHE, ARGENTINA. CENTRO ATOMIC
BARILOCH-E) P 4457-64.
20. ENHANCZiENT OF THE ENERGY GAP IN SUPERCONDUCTING ALUMINUM BY TUNNELING EXTRACTION OF
QUASIPARTICLES. BY CHI,C.C. CLARKE,J. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YOOKTOWN HEIGHTS,
N. Y.) P 4465-73.
21. SHORT-RANGE CORRELATIONS IN QUANTUM CRYSTALS ANC EMOTIONAL RENORMALIZATION OF ANISOTROPIC
INTERACTIONS IN SOLID HYDROGEN AS A FUNCTION OF DENSITY, BY GOLDMANV.V. (AMSTERDAM
UNIV., NJETHERLANDS. NATUURKUNOIG LAB.) P 4478-81.
22. ANALYSIS OF THE SUPERFLUIO PROPERTIES OF HELIUM FILMS. BY ISIHARA,A. CHOH,S.-T.
UM,C.-I. (STATE UNIV. OF NEW YORK, BUFFALO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 4482-5.
23. MAGNETISM VERSUS SUPERCONDUCTIVITY MOLECULAR-FIELD THEORY. BY JARIC,M.V. (CALIFORNIA
UNIV., BERKELEY. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4496-93.
24. THEORY OF THE COEXISTENCE OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND MAGNETISM THE SUPERCONDUCTING
TRANSITION TEMPERATURE. 3Y LEE,T.-K. IZYUMOV,Y.A. BIRMAN,J.L. (CALIFORNIA UNIV.,
SANTA BAR9ARA. INST. OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 4494-505.
25. DIAMAGNETIC TRANSITION IN DISORDERED CUCL. (SUPERCONDUCTIVITY). BY LEFKOWITZ,I.
MANNING,J.S. BLOOMFIELO.P.E. (ARMY RESEARCH OFFICE, DURHAM, N. C.) P 4506-10.
26. CHARGED INTERFACE OF (3)HE-(4)HE MIXTURES. SOFTENING OF INTERFACIAL WAVES. BY
LEIDERER,P. (TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE, MUNICH, GERMANY. PHYSIK DEPT.) P 4511-7.
27. BINDING OF SPIN-POLARIZED HYDROGEN TO THE FREE SURFACE OF LIQUID HELIUM. BY MANTZ,I.B.
EDHARDS,D.O. (OHIO STATE UNIV., COLUMBUS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4518-26.
28. NONLOCAL SPECIFIC HEAT. (LIQUID HELIUM). BY NICCLL,J.F. (MARYLAN3 UNIV., COLLEGE
PARK. INST. FOR PHYSICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) P 4527-37.





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PHYS. REV. B VOL 2j, NO. 11 (DEC 1979) (-3NT.)
29. EFFECTS OF PRESSURE ON THE STRUCTURAL AND SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES OF N9(3)ASI
NB(3)SI, NB8 3)GE, AND N3(0.82)GE(0.18). 3Y SKELTONE.F. GUBSER,O.J. WILLIS,J.O. ET
AL (NAVAL RESEARCH LAB., WASHINGTON, 0. C.) P 4538-43.
30~ MAGNETIC SPIRAL STRUCTURE OF KMNCL(3) A NEUTRON-DIFFRACTION STUDY. eY GUREWITZ,E.
HOROWITZA. SHAKED,H. (NUCLEAR RESEARCH CENTRE-NEGEV, 9EER SHEVA, ISRAEL) P 4544-9.
31. MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY OF IRON-DOPED 2H-NBSE(2). BY HILLENIUS,S.J. COLEMAN,R.V.
(VIRGIINIA UNIV., CHARLOTTESVILLE. DEPT. 3F PHYSICS) P 4569-76.
32. MAGNETIC ORDERING AND EXCHANGE INTERACTIONS IN THE RARE-EARTH GALLIUM COMPOUNDS RGA(2).
(1.5-300 K). BY TSAI,T.-H. SELLMYER,O.J. (ROCKweLL INTERNATIONAL, ANAHEIM, CALIF.)
P 4577-83.
33. NEUTRON' SCATTERING STUDY OF PRES3URE-I;jD'J'ED A'ITIFER.OMAGNETISM I'J PU S BY MSWHAN,D.B.
VETTI-,C:'. YOUtlGBL0J SHI ANE. SH (e-ILL T-LE'HONE LA:5 .. 1U PAY HILL, N. J.)
P 4612-23.
34. E)rTRAOPINARY HALL-EFFECT IN FERROMAGNETIC (PA;E-ATH) AL(?). BY CHRISTEN,M.
GIOVAN'ININ,3. IER'O.J. (G-NEVA 'JNIJ., SWITYZ;LALJ. DCT. OE PHYSIQUE OE LA MATIERE
CONDENSEE) P 4624-32.
35. OBSE'VITI'ON OF PH3rONN-INJECTION-I NjLUC E FI'T-_:U'EP TR) Ir.SITION IN Ir,-:m
PK 3IMITY-EFFECT PF'IOGE5. 3Y uHAF.1AJJRaI .G. 'T rTHAM 3.A. [B HAHA aT1 TOMI RESEARCH
CENTRE, BOMBAY, INDIA. SOLID STATE PHYSICS SECTION) P 4633-6.
36. FIFTH SOUND IN SUPERFLUID (4)HE BELOW 1 K. BY WILLIAMS,G.A. ROSENBAUM.P. (CALIFORNIA
UNIV., LOS ANGELES. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4738-40.

J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 53, NO. 11, PT. I (NOV 1979)
37. LOW-TEMPERATURE HELIUM RELEASE IN NICKEL, BY THOMAS,G.J. SWANSIGER,W.A. BASKES,M.I.
(SANOIA LABS., LIVERMORE, CALIF.) P 6942-7.
38. TIME DEPENDENCE OF DEPLETION REGION FORMATION IN PHOSPHORUS-3OPED SILICON MOS DEVICES AT
CRYOGENIC TEMPERATURES. 9Y SAKSN.S. NO.DB YHN,A. (NAVAL RESEARCrl LAB., WASHINGTON,
0. C.) P 6962-8.
39. SIZE EFFECTS ON THE NORMAL-STATE RESISTANCE OF LONG MICROBRIIGES. 9Y BERCHIER,J.L.
WEISS,L. SANCHEZD.H. (GENEVA UNIV., SWITZERLAND. DEPT. OE PHYSIQUE DE LA MATIERE
CONDENSEE) P 6974-7.
40. AC LOSS OF A MULTIFILAMENTARY SUPERCONDUCTING COMPOSITE IN A TRANSVERSE AC MAGNETIC
FIELD WITH LARGE AMPLITUDE. BY SUMIYOSHI,F. IRIE,F. YOSHIOAK. FUNAKOSHIH. (KYUSHU
UNIV., FUKUOKA, JAPAN. DEPT. OF ELECTRONICS) P 7044-50.
41. FABRICATION OF NB-N30(X)-P3 JOSEPHSON TUNNEL JUNCTIONS USING RF GLOW-DISCHARGE
OXIDATION, BY KARULKARP.C. NORDMANJ.E. (WISCONSIN UNIV., MADISON) P 7051-9.
42. FLUX DISTRIBUTION AND HYSTERESIS LOSS IN A ROUND SUPERCONDUCTING WIRE FOR THE COMPLETE
RANGE OF FLUX PENETRATION. BY ASHKIN,M. (WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORP., PITTSBURGH, PA.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER) P 7060-6.
43. BREATHERS AND OTHER EXACT SOLUTIONS FROM JOSEPHSONS EQUATION IN 2.1 DIMENSIONS. BY
LEIBBRANDT,G. (GUELPH UNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT. OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS) P 7G67-9.
44. BASIC JOSEPHSON TUNNEL PARAMETERS AT MICROWAVE FREQUENCY STRONG TEMPERATURE
VARIATIONS. BY RUDNER,S. CLAESONT. (CHALMERS UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY, GOTEBORG, SWEDEN.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 7070-81.
45. SUPERCURRENT-VERSUS-MAGNETIC FIELD CHARACTERISTICS OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL JOSEPHSON TUNNE.
JUNCTIONS. BY PACES. VAGLIOR. (SALERNO UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO 0D FISICA)
P 7254-5.

JOINT INTERMAG-MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS CONF., PROC. 2ND (NEW YORK, JUL 17-20,
1979), R. C. O HANDLE AND J. F. JANAK, EDITORS. J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 50, NO. 11, PT. II
(NOV 1979)
46. A MAGNETIZATION STUDY OF AMORPHOUS MNSI. BY COCHRANER.W. STROEM-OLSEN,J.O.
REBOUILLATJ.P. (MONTREAL UNIV., QUEBEC. DEPT, DE PHYSIQUE) P 7348-9.
47. THE VOLUME DEPENDENCE OF THE CURIE TEMPERATURE AND MAGNETIZATION OF PD-MN ALLOYS, BY
GUY,C.N. STROEM-OLSENJ.O. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.)
P 7353-5.
48. HIGH PRESSURE STUDY OF PDFEMN. BY WU,M.K. AITKENR.G. CHUC.W. ET AL (HOUSTON
UNIV., TEX. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 7356-7.
49. THERMOREMANENT MAGNETIZATION AND BLOCKING TEMPERATURES IN NI(3)MN. BY GOLDFARB,R.3.
PATTONC.E. COLORADOO STATE UNIV., FORT COLLINS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 7358-60.
50. TRANSVERSE MAGNETORESISTANCE IN AGMN IN THE SPIN GLASS REGIME. BY NIGAM,A.K. RAY,R.K.
SRINIVASANiT.M. MAJUMDAR,A.K. (INDIAN INST. OF TECH., KANPUR. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 7361-3.
51. VERY LOW TEMPERATURE MAGNETIZATION OF TWO DILUTE PDMN ALLOYS. BY THOMSONJ.O.
THOMPSON,J.R. (TENNESSTE UNIV., KNOXVILLE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 7364-6.
52. HEAT CAPACITY STUDIES OF RFE(2) INTERMETALLIC COMPOUNDS OVER THE TEMPERATURE REGION
1.5-10 K (R=GO, TB, DY, HO, ER, TM AND LU). BY BUTERAR.A. CLINTON,T.J. MOLDOVAN,A.G.
ET AL (PITTSBURGH UNIV., PA. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 7492-4.
53. HEAT CAPACITY STUDIES OF RFE(2) INTERMETALLIC COMPOUNDS (R=HO, ER, AND LU). BY
GERMANO,D.J. BUTERA,R.A. SANKAR,S.G. GSCHNEIDNER,K.A.,JR. (PITTS3UPGH UNIV., PA.
OEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 7495-7.





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JOINT INTERMAG-MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS CONF., PROC. 2ND (NEW YORK, (CONT.)
54. POLARIZED NEUTRON DIFFUSE SCATTERING MEASUREMENTS FROM A DISORDERED CR-FE ALLOY. 3Y
KAJZAR.F. PARETTE,G. BASIC,3. (LABORATOIRE LEON BRILLOUIN, GIF-SUR-YVETTE, FRANCE.
CENTRE D ETUDES NUCLEAIRES DE SACLAY) P 7519-21.
55. THE EXTRAORDINARY HALL EFFECT IN DILUTE P0-CO ALLOYS. BY HURDC.M. MCALISTERS.P.
COUTURE,C. (NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA, OTTAWA, ONTARIO) P 7531-2.
56. EXTRAORDINARY HALL EFFECT IN NI-FE-CR TERNARY ALLOYS, BY SINHA,A. MAJUMOARA.K.
(INDIAN INST. OF TECH., KANPUR. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 7533-5.
57. MAGNETIC AND RESISTIVE BEHAVIOR OF ANTIFERROMAGNETIC ER(X)LA(I-X)CU AND ER(X)Y(1-XICU,
BY BOLINGE. CROW,J.E. MIHALISINT. (TEMPLE UNIV., PHILADELPHIA, PA. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 7536-8.
58. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY STUDIES OF THE Y(1-X)TH(X)FE(3) SYSTEM OVER THE TEMPERATURE
REGION OF 77-300 K (0 LESS THAN X LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO i). BY NELZPAP.J. BUTERA,R.A.
(PITTSBURGH UNIV., PA. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 7539-41.
59. POLARIZED NEUTRON STUDY OF CESN(3). BY STASSISC. LOONG.C.-K. HARMON,9.N. ET AL
(AMES LAB., IOWA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 7567-71.
60. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY AND THERMAL EXPANSION OF LA(1-X)9)CEX)SN(3) AND CELN(3-Y)SN(Y).
BY MAURYA. SCOBORIA.P. CRCWJ.E. MIHALISIN,T. (TEMPLE UNIV., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 7572-4.
61. MAGNETOSTRICTION IN AMORPHOUS NI-CO ALLOYS. BY JAGIELINSKIT. (POLISH ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES, WARSAW. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 7588-93.
62. MAGNETIZATION AND MAGNETORESISTANCE STUDY OF AMORPHOUS FE(X)PD(82-X)SI(18), BY
DUBLONG. LIN,C.-H. BEVK,J. (HARVARD UNIV., CAMBRIDGE, MASS. DIV. OF APPLIED
SCIENCES) P 7650-2.
63. METALLOID EFFECTS IN THE LOW TEMPERATURE SPECIFIC HEAT OF TRANSITION METAL METALLIC
GLASSES. BY KRAUSE,J.K. LONGT.C. ONN,D.G. LUBORSKYF.E. (DELAWARE UNIV., NEWARK.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 7665-7.
64. MAGNETOSTRICTION AND THERMAL EXPANSION OF ORDERED FE(3)AL. BY COOK,J.M. PAVLOVIC,A.S.
(WEST VIRGINIA UNIV., MORGANTOWN) P 7710-2.

PHYS. LETT. A VOL 74, NO. 6 (DEC 1973)
65. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF Al-TYPE SN-SB, SB-TE AND TE-I ALLOYS, 3Y REALE,C. (METAL LUX,
MILAN, ITALY. CENTRO RICERCHE PELLICOLE SOTTILI) P 438-40.
66. RESISTIVE SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION OF VANADIUM FILMS. BY WATANABE,S. NISHIOKA,M.
OKAMOTO,K. AWANO,M. (TOKYO INST. OF TECH., JAPAN. DEPT. OF APPLIED PHYSICS) P 441-2.
67. LATENT HEAT OF STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN ZRV(2) AND HFV(2). (110 K). BY RAPP,O.
BENEOIKTSSON,G. (ROYAL INST. OF TECH., STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN. DEPT. OF SOLID STATE
PHYSICS) P 449-52.

SCIENCE VOL 207, NO. 4427 (JAN 198J)
68. GEOLOGY OF THE ATHABASCA OIL SANDS. BY MOSSOP,G.O. (ALBERTA RESEARCH COUNCIL,
EDMONTON. GEOLOGY DIV.) P 145-52.

SCIENCE VOL 207, NO. 442o (JAN 1980)
69. A MODEST BASIS FOR ENERGY OPTIMISM. (EDITORIAL). BY ABELSON,P.H. P 263.
70. OCEAN ENERGY FORMS AND PROSPECTS. BY ISAACS,J.D. SCHMITT. .R. (SCRIPPS INSTITUTION
OF OCEANOGRAPHY, LA JOLLA, CALIF.) P 265-73.

Z. PHYS. B VOL 35, NO. 4 (1979)
71. AB INITIO CALCULATION OF THE SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION TEMPERATURE. BY GLOETZEL,D.
RAINER,D. SCHOBERH.R. (KERFORSCHUNGSANLAGE JUELICH G.M.B.H., GERMANY. INST. FUER
FESTKOERPERFORSCHUNG) P 317-26.

ANN. PHYS. (PARIS) VOL 4, NO. 3 (1979)
72. OSMOTIC AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF SOLUTIONS OF HELIUM 3 IN SUPERFLUID HELIUM 4. BY
GHOZLANA. VAROQUAUXE. (PARIS UNIV., ORSAY, FRANCE. INST. D ELECTRONIQUE
FONDAMENTALE) P 239-327.

JPN. J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 18, NO. 11 (NOV 1979)
73. ANOMALOUS MAGNETIZATION CURVES IN PRICO(0.7)CU(0.3))(5) COMPOUNDS. BY MAEDAH.
(NATIONAL RESEARCH INST. FOR METALS, IBARAKI, JAPAN) P 2163-4.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 29, NO. 8 (APR 1979)
74. ORIENTATICNAL SECOND-ORDER PHASE TRANSITIONS IN MONOLAYERS. BY BURKOV,S.E. P 415-8.
75. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF NACL AT HIGH PRESSURE. BY STEPANOVvG.N. YAKOVLEVE.N.
VALYANSKAYAT.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE LSSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF HIGH PRESSURE
PHYSICS) P 418-21.
76. SINGULARITY OF THE DIAMETER OF THE COEXISTENCE CURVE OF ETHANE. BY 3ULAVIN,L.A.
SHIMANSKIIYU.I. (KIEV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR) P 438-41.






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SOV. PHYS. JETP (ENGL. TRANSL.) VCL 49, NO. 6 (JUN 1979)
77. EXPERIMENTAL DEPENDENCE OF THE VOLUME OF SOLIl NORMAL HYDROGEN ON THE PPPREURE UP TO 3L
KBAR AT A TEMPERATURE 77 K. 3Y KECHIN,V.V. PAVLYUCHENKO,YU.M. LIKHTER,A.I.
UTYUZH,A.N. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF HIGH PRESSURE PHYSICS)
P 1108-13.
78. THRESHOLD INSTABILITY AND INHOMOGENEOUS STATES IN NONEQUILIBIUJM SUPEPCOD NUCTORS WITH
OPTICAL AND TUNNEL QUASIPARTICLE PUMPING. BY ELESIN,V.F. (MOSCOW ENGINEERING PHYSICS
INST., USSR) P 1121-6.

DOKL. AKAD. NAUK SSSR SER. FIZ. KHIM. VOL 24d, NO. 5 (19791 (IN RUSSIAN)
79. NANOSECOND PHOTOLYSIS IN GLASSES AT 77 K. TWO-QUANTUM REACTIONS. BY KIRIUKHIN,IU.K.
SINITSYNA,Z.A. PAGOASARIANKH.S. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 115J-3.

DOKL. AKAD. NAUK SSSR SER. FIZ. VOL 249, '0O. 2 (1979) (IN RUSSIAN)
80. CRITICAL PARAMETERS OF A SUPERCONDUCTING AUTOELECTRONIC EMITTER. BY LITVINOV,E.A.
MFSIATSG.A. STAROBINETS,A.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, TOMSK. INST. OF HIGH
CURRENT) P 352-4.

FIZ. MET MEETALLOVED. VOL 48, NO. 5 (NOV 1979) (IN RUSSIAN)
81. REVERSI3LE CHANGES OF COERCI E FORCE AND STRUCTURE STATE OF SM-CO-CU-FE-ZR ALLOY DURING
LOW-TEMPERATURE TREATMENT, BY KHRABROV,V.I. PUZANOVA,T.Z. SHUR,YA.S. ET AL (ACADEMY
OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, SVERCLOVSK. INST. OF METAL PHYSICS) P 921-6.
82. PECULIARITIES OF COPPER DEFECT STRUCTURE AFTER EXTRUSION AT LOW TEMPERATURES, BY
GINDIN,I.A. STAROGUBOV,YA,D. STAROLAT,M.P. KHAYMOVICH,P.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. INST. OF ENGINEERING PHYSICS) P 1004-9.
83. DEPENDENCE OF DEFCRMING STRESS ON BASIS DISLOCATION DENSITY IN ZINC CRYSTALS AT
TEMPERATURES 1,5-303 K. BY LAVRENTYEV,F.F. SALITA,O.P. SHUTYAYEV,P.D. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. INST. OF ENGINEERING PHYSICS) P 1j25-9.
84. HALL EFFECT PECULIARITIES IN HOLMIUM AND HOLMIUM-SAMARIUM ALLOYS AT LOW TEMPERATURES.
BY KONDORSKYYYE.I. GALKINA,O.S. CHEREMUSHKINA,A.V. ZAKHAROVA,I.N. (MOSCOW STATE
UNIV., USSR) P 1115-7.

J. LESS-COMMON MET. VOL 67, NO. 2 (OCT 1979)
85. THE MAGNETIC AND THERMAL PROPERTIES OF SOME CR-B PHASES AT LOH TEMPERATURES. BY
LEYAROVSKAL. LEYAROVSKI,E. POPOV,CHR. MIOLARZ,T. (BULGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES,
SOFIA. INST. OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 389-98.

J. LESS-COMMON MET. VOL 68, NO. 1 (NOV 1979)
86. EFFECTS OF MAGNESIUM ADDITION TO THE CU-SN MATRIX IN THE COMPOSITE-PROCESSED NB(3)SN
SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY TOGANO,K. ASANO,T. TACHIKAWA,K. (NATIONAL RESEARCH INST. FOR
METALS, TOKYO, JAPAN) P 15-22.

THIN SOLID FILMS VOL 64, NO. 1 (NOV 1979)
87. LOW TEMPERATURE CRYSTALLIZATION OF AMORPHOUS SILICON FILMS. BY MAAJ.-S. LIN,S.-J.
(NATIONAL TSING HUA UNIV., HSINCHU, TAIHAN. DEPT. OF MATERIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING)
P 63-4.

ACTA CRYSTALLOGR. SECT. B VOL 35, PT. 11 (NOV 1979)
88. THE CRYSTAL STRUCTURES OF THE ROOM- AND LOW-TEMPERATURE MODIFICATIONS OF
TRIS(ETA-CYCLOPENTADIENYL)-DI-MU(3)-THIO-TRICOBALT, CO(3)(ETA-C(5)H(5))(3)S(2). BY
KAMIJO,N. WATANABET. (GOVERNMENT INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH INST., OSAKA, JAPAN) P 2537-42.
89. SINGLE CRYSTAL STRUCTURES AND ELECTRON DENSITY DISTRIBUTIONS OF ETHANE, ETHYLENE AND
ACETYLENE. II. SINGLE-CPYSTAL X-RAY STRUCTURE DETERMINATION OF ACETYLENE AT 141 K. BY
VAN NES,G.J.H. VAN 90LHUIS,F. (GRONINGEN RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT, NETHERLANDS. LAB. VOOR
STRUCTUURCHEMIE) P 2580-92.
90. SINGLE CRYSTAL STRUCTURES AND ELECTRON DENSITY DISTRIBUTIONS OF ETHANE, ETHYLENE AND
ACETYLENE. III. SINGLE-CRYSTAL X-RAY STRUCTURE DETERMINATION OF ETHYLENE AT 85 K. BY
VAN NESG.J.H. VOSA. (GRONINGEN RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT, NETHERLANDS. LAB. VOOR
STRUCTUURCHEMIE) P 2593-600.

REP. NRL PROG. (SEP 1979)
91. SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES OF 275-FILAMENT V(3)GA WIRES. BY HOWE,D.G. FRANCAVILLA,T.L.
(NAVAL RESEARCH LAB., WASHINGTON, D. C. MATERIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DIV.) P 14-7.
92. EFFECTS OF DEPOSITION PARAMETERS ON THE PROPERTIES OF SUPERCONDUCTING RF REACTIVELY
SPUTTERED NBN FILMS. BY WOLF,S.A. SINGER,I.L. CUKAUSKAS,E.J. FRANCAVILLA,T.L.
(NAVAL RESEARCH LAB., WASHINGTON, D. C. MATERIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OIV.) P 23-4.

J. MAGN. REASON. VOL 36, NO. 2 (NOV 1979)
93. AN ELOOR STUDY AT 77 K OF THE PROTON ENVIRONMENT SURROUNDING THE METHYL RADICAL IN
IRRADIATED AMMONIUM ACETATE CRYSTALS. BY MOTTLEYC. KISPERT,L.D. BIN LIN,I. (LUTHEP
COLL., DECORAH, IOWA) P 239-48.





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94. THERMAL EXPANSIVITY :rPN EMICONDUCTING NBO(2). BY KAISER,J. RIMAI,3.S. SLADEKR.J.
(WATKINS-JGHNSON CO., PALO ALTO, CALIF.) P 925-7.
95. AN~ARAI cS JTEMPEPATURE D9P-:JJENC- OF T H U-PE ? CRITICAL FIELDS IN
MAGNETIC-5UPE ,CON'DUCTIrrG (l-xI)G3(xDx H(4l ?(.). BY HIUANG,C.Y. KOHr,NS.E. MAEKAWA,S.
SMITHJ.L. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LA3., N. MEX.) P 929-31.
96. SL'PE1CJ'JOUCTIVITY, MAG.liNFTIz AND METALT A91LITY OF NEW TERNARY IRIDIUM POPIJES. BY
KIJH.IC. MATTHIAS,5.T. aRZ,H. (CALIFORNiIAn UIJIV. SAN DIEGO, LA JOLLA. INST. FOR PURE
AND APPLIED PHYSICAL SCIENCES) P 337-44.
97. NOVANSHING ZERO TEMPERATURE STATIC CONDUCTIVITY IN ONE DIMENSIONAL DISORDERED SYSTEMS.
BY CZYCHOLL,G. KRAMER,8. (C3RTMUND UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER PHYSIK) P 945-51.
98. FERROMAGNETISM IN TBASO(4). BY KASTEN,A. (KARLSRUHE UNIV., GERMANY. PHYSIKALISCH-
INST.) P 973-5.
99. THE INFLUENCE OF MAGNETIC ORDERING ON THE SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES OF AMORPHOUS
(ZR(1-X)ER(X))(3)RH ALLOYS. BY JOHNSON,W.L. (CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH., PASADENA. W.
M. KECK LAB. OF ENGINEERING MATERIALS) P 981-7.
103. THE RESISTIVITY OF THIN GOLD FILMS. BY SAMBLES,J.R. ELSOM,K.C. JARVISO.J. (EXETER
UNIV., ENGLAND. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 997-1003,
101. LOW-FREQUENCY SUSCEPTIBILITY OF SINGLE-DOMAIN NICKEL PARTICLES FROM 2 K UP TO THE CURIE
POINT. BY SOEFFGE,F. VON HOERSTEN,W. STIERSTADT,K. GEUS,J.W. (MUNICH UNIV.,
GERMANY. SECTION PHYSIK) P 1055-7.
102. ENHANCEMENT OF ELECTRON-PHONON INTERACTION AT THE LIFSHITS TRANSITIONS IN INDIUM. BY
MOSTOVOY,V.M. REVENKO,YU.F. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, DONETSK.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 1J75-7.
163. ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF TH(3)AS(4) U(3)AS(4) SOLID SOLUTIONS. BY MARKOWSKI,P.J.
HENKIE,Z. WOJAKOWSKI,A. (POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, WROCLAW. INST. OF LOW
TEMPERATURE AND STRUCTURE RESEARCH) P 1119-23.
104. X-RAY DIFFRACTION STUDIES ON HE- AND AR-IRRADIATED NB(3)GE THIN FILMS. BY PFLUEGER,J.
MEYER,O. (KERNFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM, KARLSRUHE, GERMANY. INST. FUER ANGEWANOTE KERNPHYSK)
P 1143-6.

J. CHEM. THERMODYN. VOL 11, NO. 12 (DEC 1979)
105. THE ISOTHERMAL JOULE-THOMSON COEFFICIENT OF ACETONE AND CF CHLOROFORM. BY WORMALDC.J.
(BRISTOL UNIV., ENGLAND. SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY) P 1127-36.
106. LITHIUM TETRAHYOPIDOALUMINATE LIALH(4) AND HEXAHYDPIDOALUMINATE LI(3)ALH(6) MOLAR HEAT
CAPACITY AND THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES FROM 10 TO 300 K. BY BONNETOT,B. CLAUDY,P.
DIOTM. LETOFFEJ.M. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, VILLEURBANNE,
FRANC-E. LAB. DE THERMOCHIMIE MINERAL) P 1197-1202.

MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN CHEMISTRY, BIOLOGY AND PHYSICS, PROC. INTERNATIONAL SYMP. (JUN
24-28, 1979). J. PHYS. CHEM. VOL 83, NO. 26 (DEC 1979)
107. OBSERVATIONS OF CHEMICALLY INDUCED DYNAMIC ELECTRON POLARIZATION IN PHOTOSYSTEM I OF
GREEN PLANTS AND ALGAE. BY MCINTOSH,A.R. MANIKOWSKI,H. BOLTON,J.R. (UNIVERSITY OF
WESTERN ONTARIO, LONDON. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 3309-13.
108. METAL-NITROXYL INTERACTIONS. 16. DIPOLAR AND EXCHANGE INTERACTIONS IN FROZEN SOLUTIONS.
BY EATON,S.S. DUBOIS,D.L. BOYMEL,P.M. EATON,G.R. COLORADOO UNIV., DENVER. DEPT. OF
CHEMISTRY) P 3323-5.
109. pDMR AND EPR STUDIES OF THE TRIPLET STATES OF ALIPHATIC AND AROMATIC CARBONYLS. BY
HIROTAN. BABA,M. HIRATAY. NAGAOKA,S. KYOTOO UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 3350-4.
110. TRANSFER OF LIGHT-INDUCED ELECTRON SPIN POLARIZATION IN BACTERIAL PHOTOSYNTHETIC
REACTION CENTERS. BY HCFF,A.J. GAST,P. (LEIDEN RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT, NETHERLANDS.
HUYGENS LAB.) P 3355-8.
111. ELECTRON SPIN-ECHO MODULATION STUDIES OF SILVER ATOM SOLVATION IN METHANOL. GEOMETRICAL
MODEL FOR THE METHANOL SOLVATION SHELL. BY ICHIKAWAT. KEVAN,L. NARAYANA,P.A. (WAYNE
STATE UNIV., DETROIT, MICH. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 3378-81.
112. ENDOR AND ELDOR STUDIES OF X-IRRADIATED POLYCRYSTALLINE DIPEPTIDES, MYOSIN, AND
ACTOMYOSIN. BY HWANG,J.S. DICKINSON,A.C. KISPERT,L.D. (ALABAMA UNIV., TUSCALOOSA.
DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 3381-7.
113. LOW TEMPERATURE NMR INVESTIGATIONS OF A SERIES OF POLYCRYSTALLINE METALLOPORPHYRINS. BY
SANDRECZKI,T. ONDERCIN,D. KREILICKR.W. (ROCHESTER UNIV., N. Y. OEPT. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 3388-93.
114. EPR STUDIES OF THE PHOSPHORESCENT STATE OF EDA COMPLEXES IN MIXED CRYSTAL SYSTEMS BY
YUC.-T. LIN,T.-S. (WASHINGTON UNIV., ST. LOUIS, MO. DEPT. Of CHEMISTRY) P 3397-401.
115. STUDY OF G ANISOTROPY ASSOCIATED WITH MOLECULAR MOTION IN THE TRIPHENYLMETHYLPEROXY
RADICAL. AN ENVIRONMENTAL PROBE. BY SCHLICK,S. KEVANL. (WAYNE STATE UNIV., DETROIT,
WHICH. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 3424-9.
116. DYNAMIC INTERCHANGE AMONG THREE STATES OF PHOSPHORUS 4+ IN ALPHA-QUARTZ, BY UCHIDAY.
ISOYA,J. WEILJ.A. (NATIONAL INST. FOR RESEARCHES IN INORGANIC MATERIALS, IBARAKI,
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CRYOGENICS VOL 20, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
117. SP. OE ; P LI,:'LT I PjtS *F ,JF-',:.:,''-,'J T1 jI T r L',W ;rZE ,ir.i y "r -:,CrjrjlijT r,, 3T .y:' Y
ZIMMERMAN,J.E. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO. ELECT OMA, NrTIC
TECHNuLOGY DIV.) P 3-10.
118. EFFECT )F MAGN:TI,. l R P- TI J1 7 F ;. : 3 J CSIT JFPEC:r;rjU:T: i, L :LE"i IP JL I -LF
MA ;'JE1 I FIELD. P -,,T F r PEIM r 4NT. 3Y .'FIvEvjrTrH,V.. ,?".4 Y u w, ", r -
119. STRErJST-iCNINr, OF THOUGH I1C'~ -12 PE ;;ENT N ICKEL-- EA TIJ METAL ALLOf' T 7 7 Y1 CC "
ADDITIONS. _3v STEPHENS,J.R. WITZKEW.F. (NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AN3 SPACE
ADMINISTRATION, CLEVELAND, OHIO. LEWIS RESEARCH CENTER) P 18-24.
12 F-IT I ':aL P OjO .P'tE TIES ,F EI TAL I -S'.IL AT> Ui;Jrtl AT C YuOG rIC. TEMPc 'A TII-_ 3 Y
KENSL:_ ,=I .S IT Ab", ,Y. (M S-C'!,HJSET I' T. 1C-F TErH., ClmM3 I ,E. F I NCI 3ITTER
NATIONAL TAG~1T LAB.) P 25-36.
121. T-:MP--; T:: J E M;-L UC-M 'JT USIN, A Mj3:OFIL NT -C J J .-iJON JCTIrj' TI WI .'F IN TME
CI.I V j"T HA; ,Ir G ,Ti-TE. V oFf ,.r: TIL H '' E' ,l HL,w. DOLaK, 1 '' ,,3 I-1c'AARIAT a L
ENERGIE ATOMIQUE, GIF-SUR-YVETTE, FRANCE. CENTRE D ETUDES NUCLEAIRES) P 37-40.
122. MEASU E:IJ-lE'TS OF FiTHALPY .-') P ATE JiTLI' I'j FO; IMULATED jATU AL MT CORR:L4TION CF THc ULT3 3Y 4 C10'IF I~C T- I L:riL, 'IUA I L. : r _i J.
HASELDEN,G.G. (LEEDS UNIV., ENGLANO. DEPT. CF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 41-7.
123. STUDY -,i THE SCLUIJ LITY LIGHT ALKANES Ir. LIOIIL 'iITO;;',i BY SZCZEPANIEC-CIECIAKE .
KONDAUROV,V.A. MELIKOVA,S.M. (JAGIELLONIAN UNIV., KRAKOW, POLANO. INST. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 48-51.
124. PHASE TRAI.SITION C3B E VED. P 52.

INT. J. REFRIG. VOL 3, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
125. GRPODJ'JJ rEZIl. (THE 2ND INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ROUN'] FREEZING IS TO BE HEL3 IN
TRONDH:IM, NOCIWAY ON 24-26 JUNE 198u). P 59.
126. T-EMPERATURE ANO LNG. (COMPUTER-BASEO SYSTEM FOR ASSESSING TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION AND
HEAT LEAKAGE IN LNG SHIPS). P 59.
127. PRECISION THERMOMETERS USING A NITROGEN MEASURING SYSTEM. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 61.
128. DIGITAL THERMOMETERS. (A BRIEF portT. P 62.
129. AUTOMATIC HELIUM REFRIGERATOR FOR SYNCHROTRON. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 63.

CRYOG. ENG. (TOKYO) VOL 14, NO. 6 (1979) (IN JAPANESE)
133. PINNING PROPERTIES AND THEIR MECHANISMS IN SUPERCONDUCTING MATERIALS. BY IRIEF.
KUSAYANAGIE. (KYUSHU UNIV., FUKUOKA, JAPAN. DEPT. OF ELECTRONICS) P 257-67.
131. MICRO-COMPUTER CONTROL FOR SUPER-CRITICAL HE GENERATION. BY TAMADA,N. SEKINE,T.
TOMIYAMA,S. (ELECTROTECHNICAL LAB., TOKYO, JAPAN) P 268-76.
132. P CwR SUPPLY FOi SJUPLCONDUCTOP. BY ASAJIK. SHINTOMI,T. MASUDA,M. (NATIONAL LA8.
FOR HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, IBARAKI, JAPAN) P 277-81.
133. APPLICATION OF GAS OSCILLATION IN TUBE FOR PRESSURIZATION IN LIQUID HELIUM STORAGE
VESSEL. BY ODA,Y. ASAMIH. NAGANO,H. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. INST. FOR SOLID STATE
PHYSICS) P 282-5.
134. A 8.5T-24CM BORE NB-TI MAGNET FOR SHORT SAMPLE TEST ON TOKAMAK SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY
SHIMAMOTO,S. ANDO,T. NISHI,M. YOSHIOAK. JAPANN ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH INST.,
ISARAKI. DIV. OF THERMONUCLEAR FUSION RESEARCH) P 286-9.

GAS AKTUELL NO. 18 (NOV 1979)
135. LAYOUT CRITERIA FOR A CRYOGENIC TRANSMISSION SYSTEM. BY SCHRAEWER,R. P 2-8.
136. THE ORIGIN OF BRITTLE FRACTURE OF HYDROGEN GAS CYLINDERS AND MEASURES FOR PREVENTION.
BY KESTENM. P 9-15.
137. RESIDUAL AUSTENITE TRANSITION THROUGH LIQUID COOLING. BY BUECKER,W. BUSSEJ. P 16-21.

PROCESSING VOL 25, NO. 11 (NOV 1979)
138. RECYCLING TYRE TECHNOLOGY USES LIQUID NITROGENt (A BRIEF REPORT). P 17.

CHEM. PROCESS. VOL 43, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
139. GAS SEPARATION TECHNOLOGY USING HOLLOW FIBERS READY FOR MARKET. BY BYZNES,0. P 32-3.
140. FILTER TRAPS SUBMICRON PARTICLES IN CRYOGENIC ENVIRONMENT. P 42.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 2 (JAN 1980)
141. RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGNS, ENERGY, ECONOMIC ISSUES TOP CONGRESS PRIORITIES. BY LONG,J.R.
EMBER,L.R. P 18-23.
142. COAL GASIFICATION EFFICIENT FOR STEEL MILLS. P 26-7.
143. C AND EN CALENDAR OF MEETINGS AND EVENTS. (JANUARY THROUGH DECEMBER 1983). P 43-53.

CHEM. ENG. (N. Y.) VOL 37, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
144. PREDICT LATENT HEAT OF VAPORIZATION. BY WEBER,J.H. (NEBRASKA UNIV., LINCOLN)
P 105-10.
145. CALENDAR OF MEETINGS 1980. BY COWLES.E. OANATOS,S. (EDITORS) P 111-3.


CHEM. WEEK VOL 126, NO. 3 (JAN 198J)
146. GREEN LIGHT IN CONGRESS FOR CPIS RED-LETTER BILLS. P 17.





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CHEM. WEEK VOL 126, NO. 3 (JAN 1960) (CCUT.)
147. DOE TO STEP UP STUDIES ON SYNFUELS FEASIBILITY. P 18.

BER. BUNSENGES. PHYS. CHEM. VOL 83, NO. 11 (NOV 1979)
148. SEPARATION OF NOBLE GAS MIXTURES BY LOW TEMPERATURE RECTIFICATION DEVELOPMENT FOR THE
PURIFICATION OF THE OFFGAS OF NUCLEAR FACILITIES, BY VON AMMON,R. BURKHARDT,H.-G.
HUTTERE. NEFFE,G. (KERNFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM,
J. CHEM. TECHNOL. BIOTECHNOL. VOL 29, NO. 11 (NOV 1979)
149. THE DENSITY OF AN AMMONIA CLOUC IN THE EAqLY STAGES OF ATMOSPHERIC DISPERSION. BY
HADDOCK,S.R. WILLIAMS,R.J. (SAFETY AND RELIABILITY DIRECTORATE, WARRINGTON, ENGLAND)
P 655-72.

CERN (EUR. ORGAN. NUCL. RES.) COURIER VOL 19, NO. 10 (JAN-FEB 1980)
150. LOOKING BACK OVER THE 1970S, P 439-41.
151. ACCELERATORS IN THE 197jS. P 441-3,

IND. RES. DEV. VOL 22, NO. 1 (JAN 1983)
152. DOE FUELS SUPERCONDUCTOR DEVELOPMENT. BY HAYES,J.P. P 43.
153. TESTS CONFIRM ROTOR ABILITY. P 43-4.
154. FORECAST dO 59-3ILLION DOLLARS FOR R AND 0. BY MOSBACHERC.J. P 103-5.
155. COLD LIGHT MIRRORS, BY KIENEL,G. DACHSELT,W.D. (LEYBOLD-HERAEUS G.M.B.H., HANAU,
GERMANY) P 135+137-9.

IEEE J. SOLID-STATE CIRCUITS VOL 14, NO. 5 (OCT 1979)
156. A 30-PS JOSEPHSON CURRENT INJECTION LOGIC (CIL). BY GHEEWALA,T.R. (ICHILOV MUNICIPAL
GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL, TEL AVIV, ISRAEL) P 787-93.
157. DYNAMIC EFFECTS IN JOSEPHSON DEVICES OPERATED AS LOGIC GATES. BY BAECHTOLD,W. (I3M
RESEARCH LAB., ZURICH, SWITZERLAND) P 887-95.

RADIOTEKH. ELEKTRON. VOL 24, NO. 11 (1979) (IN RUSSIAN)
158. EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS WITH SEMICONDUCTOR BARRIER AND SUPER
CONDUCTOR SEMICONDUCTOR CONTACTS, BY ALFEEV,V.N. GRUSHA,S.A. KUZNETSOV,G.V.
UGRINM.I. P 2320-5.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 987, NO. 4 (OCT 1979)
159. SUPERCHARGED TOPPING ROCKET PROPELLANT FEED SYSTEM, BY STEWARTW.L. GINSBURGA.
HARTMANN,M.J. (NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION, WASHINGTON, D. C.)
PATENT NO. 4,171,615.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 389, NO. 1 (DEC 1979)
160. THERMALLY INSULATED VESSEL ESPECIALLY FOR LIQUEFIED GASES. BY GOEBL,H. (LINDE A.G.,
WIESBADEN, GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,176,761.
161. PRESSURE-SENSITIVE TEMPERATURE-RESPONSIVE ROTARY VALVE FOR CRYOGENIC TEMPERATURES, BY
BROADWAY,WW.. (FMC CORP., SAN JOSE, CALIF.) PATENT NO. 4,176,820.
162. PUMP SYSTEM FOR CRYOGENIC LIQUID DELIVERY VEHICLES. BY SCHULTZJ.A. (PROCESS
ENGINEERING, INC., PLAISTOW, No H.) PATENT NO. 4,177,C17.
163. MANUFACTURE OF SUPERCONDUCTING MEMBERS. 3Y LEE,J.A. MADSENP.E. HILLS,R.F. (UNITED
KINGDOM ATOMIC ENERGY AUTHORITY, LONDON, ENGLAND) PATENT NO. 4,177,087.
164. MULTIPLE WEAK-LINK SQUID WITH NON-SUPERCONDUCTIVE MATERIAL WEAK-LINKS: BY KROGERH.
JILLIE,D.W.,JR. (SPERRY RAND CORP., NEW YORK, N. Y.) PATENT FO. 4,177,476.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 9d9, NO. 2 (DEC 1979)
165. PROCESS FOR ISOLATING DINITROGEN MONOXIDE. !Y SCHWARZ,H.-H. (BAYER A.G., LEVERKUSEN,
GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,177,645.
166. LIQUEFIED GAS APPARATUS. 3Y GUADAGNNI,L.J. GROSSIORDOC.R. JENSEN,J.A. ET AL (S. T.
DUPONT, PARIS, FRANCE) PATENT NO. 4,177,646.
167. CRYOGENIC COOLING APPARATUS, BY CAMPBELL,9.N. (THE HYMATIC ENGINEERING CO., LTD.,
WORCESTERSHIRE, ENGLAND) PATENT NO. 4,177,650.
168. THIN FILM CRYOTRON, BY KANDY3A,P.E. KOLESNIKOV,D.P. KOMAROVSKIKH,N.I. ET AL PATENT
NO. 4,178,602.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 989, NO. 3 (DEC 1979)
169. METHOD FOR TREATING A SUPERCONDUCTOR, BY DUSTMANNC.-H. SCHMIDT,C. PASZTORG.
(KERNFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM KARLSRUHE G.M.B.H., GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,178,676.
170. SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNET ASSEMBLY AND METHOD OF MAKING. BY WEISSE,H.-J. JAEGER,W.
UHLMANNH. (SIEMENS A.G., BERLIN, GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,178,677.
171. CRYOSTAT ASSEMBLY. BY SMETANAD.L. (FORD AEROSPACE AND COMMUNICATIONS CORP., NEWORT
BEACH, CALIF.) PATENT NO. 4,178,775.
172. SLIDING SUPPORT FCR A SUPERCONDUCTING GENERATOR ROTOR: BY YING,S.-C. COOPERG.D.
(ELECTRIC POWER RESEARCH INST., PALO ALTO, CALIF.) PATENT NO. 4,178,777.
173. HYDROGEN FUEL SUPPLY SYSTEM. BY ANDERSON,V.R. WOOLLEYR.L. DAVISE.H. (BILLINGS
ENERGY CORP., PROVO, UTAH) PATENT NO. 4,178,882.





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U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 989, NO. 3 (DEC 1979) (CONT.)
174. COLD TRAP FOR ELECTRON MICROSCOPE. BY WATANABEH. ETOH,T. (NIHON DENSHI KA3USHIKI
KAISHA, TOKYO, JAPAN) PATENT NO. 4,179,605.


SECTION III. ENERGY AND MISCELLANEOUS

OIL GAS J. VOL 77, NO. 52 (DEC 1979)
175. TROUBLESHOOTING PROCESS OPERATIONS 1 SYSTEMATIC APPROACH REVEALS REFRIGERATION-LOSS
PROBLEMS. BY LIEBERMAN,N.P. (AMOCO OIL CO., CHICAGO, ILL.) P 51-6.
176. REVISION OF PETROLEUM MEASUREMENT TABLES ADOPTED. BY HANKINSON,R.W. SEGERSR.G.
BUCKtT.K. GIELZECKIF.P. (PHILLIPS PETROLEUM CO.. BAPTLESVILLE, OKLA.) P 66-70.

OIL GAS J. VOL 77, NO. 53 (DEC 1979)
177. ORIFICE METER HAS UNEXPLORED POTENTIAL. 9Y CURRY,R.N. (TEXAS GAS TRANSMISSION CORP.,
OWENSBORO, KY.) P 180-1.
178. SYNFUEL ENVIRONMENTAL FACTS AIREO. BY SCOTT,C.B. (UNION OIL CO. OF CALIFORNIA, L3S
ANGELES) P 190-1.

GAS WORLD VOL 184, NO. 4732 (DEC 1979)
179. AGA AT ASPEN. BY HEST,N. P 600*-62.
180. AUTOMATIC WELDING MACHINE FOR LNG TANK CORRUGATED MEMBPANES, P 602.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
181. WHITE HOUSE INNOVATION PLAN OFF AND RUNNING, 3Y LEPKOWSKIW. P 17-22.
182. POLLUTANTS FROM COAL GASIFICATION SCRUTINIZED~ BY DAGANI,R. P 27.

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183. THERE 3EEN A BREAKTHROUGH IN SEPARATION TECHNOLOGY. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 11.
184. A GIANT COAL GASIFICATION PROJECT IS ON THE WAY, IA BRIEF REPORT). P 11.
185. LNG IMPORTS PLANS FOR U.S. GOT ANOTHER SETBACK. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 13.

PROCESS ENG. (NOV 1979)
186. COMPUTER ANALYSIS REVEALS COLD FACTS OF LNG STORAGE, BY HUNT,L. P 137.

CHEM. ECON. ENG. REV. VCL 11, NO. 9 (SEP 1979)
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188. STEAM-POWER SYSTEM DESIGN FOR PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS. BY NISHIO.M.
SHIROKO,K. UMEDAT. (CHIYODA CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD.,
YOKOHAMA, JAPAN) P 25-34.
189. TRADING COMPANIES PROMOTE LPG DEVELOPMENT. P 34.
190. MITSUBISHI TO IMPORT 30 MILLION TONS OF LNG. P 52.

J. ENERGY VOL 3, NO. 5 (SEP-OCT 1979)
191. ADIABATIC CYCLE ANALYSIS FOR THE VALVED THERMAL COMPRESSOR. BY GLASSFORD,A.P.M.
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ENERGY INT. J. VOL 4, NO. 5 (OCT 1979)
192. EXPLORING ALTERNATIVE ENERGY STRATEGIES. BY BACH,W. MATTHEWS,W.H. (MUENSTER UNIV.,
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IHE YEAR 2000. BY BROWN,H. (RESOURCE SYSTEMS INST., HONOLULU, HAWAII. EAST-WEST
CENTER) P 723-32.
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203. THE APPLICATION POTENTIAL OF HYDRO POWER. BY JEFFS,E.J. (ENERGY INTERNATIONAL, LONDON,
ENGLAND) P 841-9.
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BERKELEY. LAB. OF CHEMICAL BIODYNAMICS) P 851-69.





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211. ARE THE ALTERNATIVE ENERGY STRATEGIES ACHIEVABLE. BY WEINBERG,A.M. (OAK RIDGE
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ENERGY COMMON. VOL 5, NO. 6 (1979)
215. TRANSPORT PROCESSES IN PYROLYSIS OF ANTRIM OIL SHALE, BY CROWLD.A. PICCIRELLIR.A.
(WAYNE STATE UNIV., DETROIT, MICH. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING)
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CHART. MECH. ENG. VOL 26, NO. 10 (NOV 1979)
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TERMINAL, CANVEY ISLAND, ENGLAND) P 55-61.

ENERGY INT. VOL 16, NO. 12 (DEC 1979)
217. AUSTRALIAN LNG FOR JAPANESE UTILITIES. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 9.
218. ITEC TWO A VOICE FOR CHANGE. BY JENKINS,N. (SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT) P 13-9.
219. NEW ZEALAND OPTS FOR SYNFUELS DEVELOPMENT. BY SCOTT,W.E. (AUSTRALIAN CORRESPONDENT)
P 23-6.


EPRI J. VOL 4, NO. 10 (DEC 1979)
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SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY


.he,,',; i t r
.'9, '3, i ', 108, 109, 110, 111, 115

Cr t'i al Structure and Lattice Properties
I 1. 29s, in. :31 5, 37, I8, 5 5Q, ,r0, 61,
63, 67, 74, 77, 81, 82, 83, 87, 88, 89, 90,
94, 102, 103, 104, 112, 116
Fluid Properties and Structure
1, 2, 9, 14, 17, 21, 26, 27, 28, 37, 76,
77, 105, 122, 123, 124, 144
Magnetic Properties and Materials
3, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 46, 47,
49, 50, 51, 55, 56, 57, 61, 62, 64, 72, 73,-
81, 84, 85, 96, 98, 99, 101
Mossbauer Effect and Resonances 113, 114

Optical Properties 78, 109, 110, 114

Polymers 18
Semiconductors 16, 38, 87, 94, 158


Sorption 8, 74

Superconductors
3, 4, 7, 10, 18, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 29,
35, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 65, 66,
71, 75, 78, 80, 86, 91, 92, 95, 96, 99,
102, 104, 117, 118, 120, 121, 130, 132,
134, 152, 153, 156, 157, 158, 163, 164,
168, 169, 170, 171, 220
fuperfluidit)
5, 6, 8, 12, 13, 17, 22, 36, 72
Thermal Properties of Solids
52, 53, 60, 63, 64, 67, 85, 94, 106
Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and
Transport Processes
1, 2, 21, 97, 191
Transport Properties of Solids
18, 50, 57, 58, 60, 62, 64, 97, 100
Other 11, 68, 69, 70, 143


SECTION II AND III. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING AND ENERGY
Aerospace Safety 136, 149 LNG and Methane
76, 122, 123, 125, 126, 142, 147, 175
Energy thru 190, 216, 217, 219
68, 69, 70, 134, 135, 138, 141, 142, 147,
152, 153, 172, 175 thru 220 Metallurqg and Mechanical Properties
81, 82, 83. 92, 119, 120, 136, 137, 163.
Equipment and Devices 169, IPO
38, 39, 40, 41, 117, 132, 134, 138, 153,
156, 157, 161, 162, 163, 164, 168, 169, 170, Metrolog, and Instrumentation
172, 191 124, 126. 12', 128, 150. 151, 155, 171.
174, 17'
Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and
Production Propul.sonr and Space Applications
131, 139, 140, 148, 165, 173, 183, 191 117, 159, 199
Heat and Mass Transfer 1, 125, 149 Refrigeration 12q, 16-

Hydrogen 136, 173 Storage and Handling
131, 133, 135, 159, 160. 162', 166, 1 3,
Insulation 126, 160 180, 1T6

Other 133. .15, 146, 151





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