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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Cryogenic Data Center
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Low temperature research -- Bibliography   ( lcsh )
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compiled by Cryogenic Data Center, Thermophysical Properties Division, National Bureau of Standards.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-list no. 719 (Dec. 22, 1980-Jan. 2, 1981)
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Cover title.
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Description based on: List no. 667 (Dec. 25, 1978-Jan. 5, 1979)

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University of Florida
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MAR. 3-14, 1980 LIST NO. 698


NBS CRYOGENIC DATA CENTER
AFFILIATED WITH THE OFFICE OF
STANDARD REFERENCE DATA


COMPILED BY
CRYOGENIC DATA CENTER
THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES
DIVISION
NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS
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SECTION 1. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. VOL 38, NO. 3-4 (FEB 1980)
1. PHONON-LIMITED MEAN FREE PATH IN THE SONDHEIMER OSCILLATION OF ALUMINUM. BY SATO,4.
(TOKYO METROPOLITAN UNIV., JAPAN. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 267-75.
2. DISCUSSION OF NONBRANCHING LAMINAR INTERMEDIATE-STATE STRUCTURES IN SUPERCONDUCTING BULK
LEAD. BY KIENOLA. (SIEMENS A.G., MUNICH, GERMANY. FORSCHUNGSLABORATORIUM) P 277-g1.
3. ELECTRON ESCAPE FROM THE IMAGE-POTENTIAL-INDUCED SURFACE STATES ON LIQUID HELIUM. BY
IYE,Y. KONO,K. KAJITAK. SASAKI,W. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. INST. FOR SOLID STATE
PHYSICS) P 293-310.
4. NORMAL FLUID HEAT-EXCHANGE DRAG IN LIQUID HELIUM II. BY LYNCHR. (PETROLEUM AND
MINERALS UNIV., DHAHRAN, SAUDI ARABIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 311-3.
5. FUNNELING INVESTIGATION OF CU-PB PROXIMITY SANDWICHES. BARRIER TRANSMISSION EFFECTS. BY
WILSON,J.A. CHAIKINP.M. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 315-31.
6. PHASE TRANSITIONS IN TWO-DIMENSIONAL ELECTRON-HOLE SYSTEMS IN HIGH MAGNETIC FIELDS. BY
LERNERI.V. LOZOVIKYU.E. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
SPECTROSCOPY) P 333-52.
7. STEADY-STATE FLUX-LINE CUTTING IN TYPE II SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY CLEMJ.R. (AMES LAB.,
IOWA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 353-70.
8. A MONTE CARLO STUDY OF THE RCTATION-LIBRATION TRANSITION IN SOLID H(2) UNDER PRESSURE.
BY AVIRAM,I. GOSHENS. THIEBERGER,R. (NUCLEAR RESEARCH CENTER NEGEV, BEER SHEVA,
ISRAEL) P 371-80.
9. FLOW OF HELIUM II THROUGH POROUS VYCOR GLASS UNDER SMALL PRESSURE GRADIENTS. BY
CHANS.L. (TORONTO, UNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS P 381-92.
10. ENERGY BAND THEORY AND THE LATTICE DYNAMICS OF RARE GAS CRYSTALS. BY WORTHJP.
TRICKEYS.B. (FLORIDA UNIV., GAINESVILLE. QUANTUM THEORY PROJECT) P 393-411.
11. MANNIER EXCITON-IONIZED DONOR COMPLEXES IN THALLIUM HALIDES. BY PETELENZP.
SMITH,V.H.,JR. (JAGIELLONIAN UNIV., KRAKOW, POLAND. DEPT. OF THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY)
P 413-20.
12. ELECTRON INTERFERENCE OSCILLATIONS AND SPIN-DENSITY-WAVE ENERGY GAPS AT THE FERMI
SURFACE OF ANTIFERROMAGNETIC CHROMIUM. BY REIFENBERGERR. HOLROYDF.W. FAWCETT,E.
(PURDUE UNIV., IND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 421-45.
13. THE LOW-FREQUENCY, LOW-TEMPERATURE DIELECTRIC BEHAVIOR OF N-TYPE GERMANIUM BELOW THE
INSULATOR-METAL TRANSITION. BY CASTNERT.G. LEEN.K. TANH.S. ET AL (ROCHESTER
UNIV., N. Y.) P 447-73.
14. ENTROPY AND MAGNETIZATION MEASUREMENTS RELATING TO THE NATURE OF THE ADSORBED PHASES OF
HELIUM-3 UNDER PRESSURE. BY MITCHELLH.B. BREWERD.F. SWITHENBYS.J. TRUSCOTT,4.SO
(SUSSEX UNIV., BRIGHTON, ENGLAND. PHYSICS LAB.) P 475-96.
15. CHARGE IMBALANCE WAVES AND NONEQUILIBRIUM DYNAMICS NEAR A SUPERCONDUCTING PHASE-SLIP
CENTER, BY KADINA.M. SMITH,L.N. SKOCPOLW.J. (STATE UNIV. OF NEW YORK, STONY BROOK.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 497-534.
16. ERRATUM. CONDUCTIVITY OF THIN METAL SLABS WITH ROUGH SURFACES. BY FALKOVSKII,L.A. (J.
LOW TEMP. PHYS. VOL 36, NO. 5-6, 713-20 (SEP 1979)) P 535.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 44, NO. 7 (FEB 1980)
17. RAMAN SPECTRUM OF SOLID ORTHODEUTERIUM TO 15C KBAR AT 5 K2 BY WIJNGAARDEN.R.J.
SILVERA,I.F. (AMSTERDAM UNIV., NETHERLANDS. NATUURKUNDIG LAB.) P 456-9.
18. MELTING IN TWO DIMENSIONS IS FIRST ORDER AN ISOTHERMAL-ISOBARIC MONTE CARLO STUDY. BY
ABRAHAM,F.F. (IBM RESEARCH LAB., SAN JOSE, CALIF.) P 463-6.
19. COMPLETION OF THE PHASE DIAGRAM FOR THE MONOLAYER REGIME OF THE KRYPTON-GRAPHITE
ADSORPTION SYSTEMj BY BUTLERD.M. LITZINGERJ.A. STEWARTG.A. (CARNEGIE-MELLON
UNIV., PITTSBURGH, PA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 466-8.
20. HYDRODYNAMIC THEORY OF LIGHT SCATTERING FROM A FLUID IN A NONEQUILIBRIUM STEADY STATE.
BY KIRKPATRICKT. COHENE.G.O.D DORFMAN.J.R. (ROCKEFELLER UNIV., NEW YORK, N. Y.I
P 472-5.
21. DIFFUSIVE QUASIPARTICLE INSTABILITY TOWARD MULTIPLE-GAP STATES IN A TUNNEL-INJECTED
NONEQUILIBRIUM SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY IGUCHI,I. LANGENBERGD.N. (TSUKUBA UNIV., IBARAKI,
JAPAN. INST. OF MATERIALS SCIENCE) P 486-9.
22. SPIN-DENSITY-WAVE FLUCTUATIONS IN COPPER NUCLEAR SPINS. BY KUMARP. LOPONEN,M.T.
KJAELDMANL.H. (FLORIDA UNIV., GAINSVILLE. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 493-6.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 44, NO. 8 (FEB 1980)
23. TURBULENCE IN A ROTATING SUPERFLUID. BY TOUGH,J.T. (OHIO STATE UNIV., COLUMBUS. DEPT.
OF PHYSICS) P 540-3.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 44, NO. 9 (MAR 1980)
24. SPIN-GLASS-FERROMAGNETIC MULTICRITICAL POINT IN AMORPHOUS FE-MN ALLOYS. BY SALAMONM.B.
RAOgK.V. CHENH.S. (ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND MATERIALS RESEARCH
LAB.) P 596-9.
25. ELECTRON AND HOLE CAPTURE AT AU AND PT CENTERS IN SILICON. BY BROTHERTONS.D.
LOWTHERSJ.E. (PHILIPS RESEARCH LABS., REDHILL, ENGLAND) P 606-9.








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PHYS. REV. B VOL 21, NO. 2 (JAN 1980)
26. THERMAL BEHAVIOR OF THE DEBYE-WALLER FACTOR AND THE SPECIFIC HEAT OF ANHARMONIC
CRYSTALS, BY LIMAR.A.T. TSALLISC. CENTROO BRASILEIRO DE PASQUISAS FISICAS, RIO DE
JANEIRO, BRAZIL) P 458-66.
27. PHONON SCATTERING BY ELECTRONS IN NONCRYSTALLINE ALLOYSt (THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF
SUPERCONDUCTING ZR-BE ALLOYS). BY RAYCHAUDHURIA.K. 4ASE;AWA,R. (CORNELL UNIV..
ITHACA, N. Y. LAB. OF ATOMIC AND SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 479-85.
28. X-RAY DIFFUSE SCATTERING AND CONDUCTIVITY STUDIES OF THE
N-METHYLPHENAZINIUM-TETRACYANOQUINODIMETHANIDE IA FORM. BY POUGET,J.P. MEGTERTS.
COMES,R. EPSTEIN.A.J. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, ORSAY, FRANCE.
LAB. DE PHYSIQUE DES SOLIDES) P 486-95.
29. THEORY OF PHONON-LIMITEO RESISTIVITY OF METALS INCLUDING THE EFFECTS OF ANHARMONICITY,
DEBYE-WALLER FACTOR, AND THE MULTIPHONON TERM, BY SHUKLAR.C. MULLER,E.R. BROCKK
UNIV., ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO) P 544-55.
30. SEARCH FOR CHARGE DENSITY WAVES IN POTASSIUM. (4.2 K). BY WERNERS.A. ECKERTJ.
SHIRANE,G. (MISSOURI UNIV., COLUMBIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS P 581-4.
31. LOW-TEMPERATURE SPECIFIC HEAT OF A ZRO(2) Y(2)0(3) OXYGEN CONDUCTOR. BY LAWLESSW.N.
(LAKE SHORE CRYOTRONICS, INC., WESTERVILLE, OHIO) P 585-8.

APPL. PHYS. LETT. VOL 36, NO. 3 (FEB 1980)
32. EFFECTS OF BENDING ON THE SUPERCONDUCTING CRITICAL CURRENT DENSITY OF MONOFILAMFNTARY
N9(3)SN WIRES. BV KAIHO,K. LUHMAN,T.S. SUENAGA,M. SAMPSONW.B. (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL
LAB., UPTON, N. Y. DIV. OF METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE) P 223-5.
33. STEP-EDGE FABRICATION OF ULTRASMALL JOSEPHSON MICROBRIDGES. BY FEUER.M.O. PROBERD.E.
(YALE UNIV., NEW HAVEN, CONN. DEPT. OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE) P 226-8.

J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 50, NO. 12 (DEC 1979)
34. SPECTRA OF A GLOW DISCHARGE IN FLOWING NITROGEN. BY KERENH. KAUFMANY. OOTHAN,F.
AVIVIP. (HEBREW UNIV., JERUSALEM, ISRAEL. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 7974-6.
35. EFFECT OF MORPHOLOGY ON THE PROPERTIES OF ALKALINE EARTH SILICATE GLASSES, (HELIUM
PERMEATION). BY SHELBYJ.E. (SANDIA LABS., LIVERMORE, CALIF. APPLIED PHYSICS DIV.)
P 8010-5.
36. RELATIONS BETWEEN MELTING POINT, GLASS TRANSITION TEMPERATURE, AND THERMAL EXPANSION FOR
INORGANIC CRYSTALS AND GLASSES. BY VAN UITERTL.G. (BELL TELEPHONE LABS., MURRAY HILL,
N. J.) P 8052-61.
37. ANNEALING EFFECTS IN TUNNEL JUNCTIONS (THERMAL ANNEALING). (AL-OXIDE-PB). BY
KONKIN,M.K. AOLER,J.G. (ALBERTA UNIV., EDMONTON. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 8125-8.
38. THE INDUCTANCE OF A SUPERCONDUCTING STRIP TRANSMISSION LINE. BY CHANG.W.H. (IBM WATSON
RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEfGHTS, N. Y.) P 8129-34.
39. ANALYSIS OF THRESHOLD CURVES FOR SUPERCONDUCTING INTERFEROMETERS. BY PETERSON,R.L.
HAMILTON,C.A. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO. ELECTROMAGNETIC TECHNOLOGY
DIV.) P 8135-42.
40. FUNDAMENTAL CRITERIA FOR THE DESIGN OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE JOSEPHSON NONDESTRUCTIVE READOUT
RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY CELLS AND EXPERIMENTAL CONFIRMATION. BY HENKELSW.H. (IBM WATSON
RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 8143-68.
41. ORTHOTROPIC ELASTIC STIFFNESSES OF A BORON-ALUMINUM COMPOSITE1 BY LEDBETTERH.M.
(NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO. FRACTURE AND DEFORMATION DIV.) P 8247-8.

J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 51, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
42. ON THE POSSIBILITY OF DECREASE OF BENDING MOMENTS IN CIRCULAR COILS OF TORDIDAL MAGNETS,
BY KEILINV.E. SHLEIFMAN,V.KH. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
ATOMIC ENERGY) P 7-10.
43. ELASTIC-CONSTANT VARIABILITY IN STAINLESS-STEEL 304. BY LEDBETTER.H.M. FREDERICKN.V.
AUSTIN.M.W. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO. FRACTURE AND DEFORMATION
OIV.) P 305-9.
44. GALVANOMAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF FE(3)S(4). (4-300 K). BY NOZAKI,H. (NATIONAL INST. FOR
RESEARCHES IN INORGANIC MATERIALS, IBARAKI, JAPAN) P 486-9.
45. ON THE SYNTHESIS OF METASTABLE A-15 NB(3)SI BY ION IMPLANATION AND ON ITS
SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION TEMPERATURE. BY CLAPPM.T. ROSER.M. (MASSACHUSETTS UNIV.,
AMHERST. DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) P 540-4.
46. QUANTITATIVE AUGER ANALYSIS OF NB-GE SUPERCONDUCTING ALLOYS. BY BUITRAGOR.M.
(MINNESOTA UNIV., MINNEAPOLIS. 3EPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND MATERIALS SCIENCE)
P 545-8.
47. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES AND FERROMAGNETIC RESONANCE INAMORPHOUS GD ALLOYS (4-300 K). BY
BUSCHOWK.H.J. ALGRAH.A. HENSKENSR.A. (PHILIPS RESEARCH LABS., EINDHOVEN,
NETHERLANDS) P 561-6.
48. MAGNETIC AND TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF PURE AND CARBON-DOPED DIVALENT RE HEXABORIDE SINGLE
CRYSTALS. (4-300 K). BY TARASCONJ.M. ETOURNEAU,J. DORDORP. ET AL (CENTRE
NATIONAL OE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, TALENCE, FRANCE. LAB. DE CHIMIE DU SOLID)
P 574-7.
49. STABILITY OF CABLE-IN-CONOUIT SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY LUE,J.W. MILLER,J.R. DRESNERL.
(OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LAB., TENN.) P 772-83.








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J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 51, NO. 1 (JAN 1980) (CONT.)
50. BEHAVIOR OF EDGE-GROWN LOW-CAPACITANCE SUPERCONDUCTING TUNNEL JUNCTIONS. BY
DOUSSELIN,G. ROSENBLATTJ. INSTITUTET NATIONAL DES SCIENCES APPLIQUEES, RENNES, FRANCE.
LAB. DE PHYSIQUE DU SOLIDE) P 802-4.

J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 72, NO. 2 (JAN 19801
51. TRANSITION FROM FLUID TO REGISTERED SOLID OF THE KRYPTON MONOLAYER ADSORBED ON THE BASAL
FACE OF GRAPHITE. BY LARHERY. TERLAIN,A. (COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE, SACLAY,
FRANCE. CENTRE D ETUDES NUCLEAIRES) P 1052-4.
52. THE COLLISION-INOUCED POLARIZED AND DEPOLARIZED RAMAN SPECTRA OF HELIUM AND THE DIATOM
POLARIZABILITYe BY PROFFITTMH.H. FROMMHOLD,L. (TEXAS UNIV., AUSTIN. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 1377-84.

J. PHYS. CHEM. REF. DATA VOL 8, NO. 4 (1979)
53. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF COPPER, GOLD, PALLADIUM, AND SILVERr BY MATULAR.A. (PURDUE
UNIV., WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. CENTER FOR INFORMATION AND NUMERICAL DATA ANALYSIS AND
SYNTHESIS) P 1147-1298.

J. RES. NAT. BUR. STAND. VOL 84, NO. 6 (NOV-DEC 19791
54. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS STUDY OF LIQUID RUBIDIUM AND THE LENNARD-JONES FLUID. BY
MOUNTAINR.D. HAAN,S.W. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, 0. C. CENTER FOR
THERMODYNAMICS AND MOLECULAR SCIENCE) P 439-46.

CAN. J. PHYS. VOL 57, NO. 12 (DEC 1979)
55. SYMMETRY IN (H(2))(2), (D(2))(2), (HD)(2,) AND H(2)-0(2) VAN DER WAALS COMPLEXES. BY
BUNKERP.R. (NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA, OTTAWA, ONTARIO. ASTROPHYSICS
BRANCH) P 2099-105.
56. LATTICE DYNAMICS OF SULPHUR DIOXIDE USING A RIGID MOLECULE NOOEL, BY RASTOGI,A.
ANOERSONA. LEECH,J.., WATERLOOO UNIV.* ONTARIO* OEPT, OF PHYSICS) P 2120-5.
57. BRILLOUIN SCATTERING STUDIES OF SIMPLE LIQUIDS 0(2), N(2), CO, CH(4). BY CLOUTERtM.J.
KIEFTEH. MORGANI.E. (MEMORIAL UNIV. OF NEWFOUNOLAND, ST. JOHNS, CANADA. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 2178-84.

PHYSICAL (UTRECHT) A VOL 100, NO. i (JAN 1980)
58. MODEL HAMILTONIAN FOR ONE AND TWO DIMENSIONAL SUPERFLUIDS. BY ALEXANIANM. INSTITUTEO
POLITECNICO NATIONAL, MEXICO CITY, MEXICO. CENTRO DE INVESTIGATION Y DE STUDIOS
AVANZADOS) P 45-63.
59. PRESSURE DEPENDENCE OF THE MUTUAL DIFFUSION COEFFICIENTS OF THE BINARY SYSTEM N(2)*AR,
N(2)+O(2), O(2)+AR AND AR+KR AT 300 AND 323 Ky BY SHANKLAND,I.R. DUNLOPP.J.
(ADELAIDE UNIV., AUSTRALIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICAL AtO INORGANIC CHEMISTRY) P 64-84.

PHYSICAL (UTRECHT) B*C VOL 99, NO. 1-4 (JAN 1980) (PROC. INTERNATIONAL CONF. ON LAYERED
MATERIALS AND INTERCALATES, NIJMEGEN, NETHERLANDS, AUG 28-31, 1979)
60. NEGATIVE MAGNETORESISTANCE AND NONLINEAR CONDUCTION TI(0.99)V(3.01)SE(2). BY UCHIDA,S.
TANABE,K. OKAJIMAK. TANAKAS. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. OEPT. OF APPLIED PHYSICS)
P 199-203.
61. TEMPERATURE AND MAGNETIC FIELD DEPENDENCE OF THE ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE IN PURE AND
FE-DOPEO 2H-NBSE(2)t BY NOTOK. MOROHASHI.S. ARIKAWNAK. MUTO,Y. (TOHOKU UNIV.,
SENOAI, JAPAN. RESEARCH INST. FOR IRON, STEEL AND OTHER METALS) P 204-8.
62. SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES OF LAYERED COMPOUNDS NB(l-X)TAIX)SE(2). BY IKEBEMH.
KATAGIRIK. NOTOK. MUTOY. (TOHOKU UNIV., SENDAI, JAPAN. RESEARCH INST. FOR IRON,
STEEL AND OTHER METALS) P 209-14.
63. SOLID STATE STUDIES OF HFSE(2-XITE(X) AND HFTE(2-X)K BY HOOULD. SIENKO,M.J. (CORNELL
UNIV., ITHACA, N. Y. BAKER LAB. OF CHEMISTRY) P 215-8.
64. ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF GRAPHITE INTERCALATION COMPOUNDS. BY SUEMATSU.H. TANUMNAS.
HIGUCHI,K. (TSUKUBA UNIV., IBARAKI, JAPAN. INST. OF MATERIALS SCIENCE) P 420-4.
65. BASAL PLANE RESISTIVITY OF ALKALI METAL-GRAPHITE COMPOUNDS. BY MCRAEE. BILLAUD,3.
MARECHE*J.F. HEROLDA. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, NANCY, FRAICE.
LAB. DE CHIMIE DU SOLID MINERAL) P 489-93.
66. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN GRAPHITE-ALKALI METAL INTERCALATION COMPOUNDS. BY KOIKEY.
SUEMATSUH. HIGUCHIK. TANUMAtS. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. INST. FOR SOLID STATE PHYSICS)
P 503-8.
67. ANALYSIS OF TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF GRAPHITE AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY AYACHE,C.
(COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE, GRENOBLE, FRANCE. CENTRE 0 ETUDES NUCLEAIRES)
P 509-13.
68. EVOLUTION OF ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY FOR GRAPHITE-H(2)SO(4) AND GRAPHITE-SULPHURIC OLEUM
COMPOUNODS BY MCRAEE. METROT.A. WILLMANNP. HEROLD,A. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA
RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, NANCY, FRANCE. LAB. DE CHIMIE DU SOLIDE MINERAL) P 541-6.
69. SPECIFIC HEAT OF LIC(6) FROM 4-300 K. BY AYACHE,C. BONJOURE. LAGNIERR.
FISCHER,J.E. (COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIES ATOMIQUE, GRENOBLE, FRANCE. CENTRE 0 ETUDES
NUCLEAIRES) P 547-50.







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SCIENCE VOL 207, NO. 4433 (FEB 1980)
70. SCIENCE OUR COMMON HERITAGE, BY BOULOINGK.E. COLORADOO UNIV., BOULDER. DEPT. OF
ECONOMICS) P 831-6.
71. 0. ALLAN BROMLEY, PRESIDENT-ELECT. BY WENESER,J. (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N.
Y. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 861-2.
72. 1979 REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE OFFICER. BY CAREYW.O. P 863-7.

SCIENCE VOL 207, NO. 4434 (FEB 1980)
73. THE OIL PRICE SPIRAL. (EDITORIAL). BY ABELSONP.H. P 937.
74. A SIMPLE DESCRIPTION OF THE 3 K COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND. BY HENRY,P.S. (BELL
TELEPHONE LABS., HOLMDEL, N. J.) P 939-42.

PHILOS. TRANS. R. SOC. LONDON* SER. A VOL 293, NO. 1402 (DEC 1979)
75. MOLECULAR STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES FROM HIGH RESOLUTION RAMAN SPECTRA OF GASES. BY
JONESW.J. (UNIVERSITY COLL. OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH. EDWARD DAVIES CHEMICAL LABS.)
P 249-56.
76. LIGHT SCATTERING BY LIQUID HELIUM. BY VINEN,W.F. (BIRMINGHAM UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 377-90.

KINAM VOL 1, NO. 3 (1979)
77. THE CALCULATION OF TRANSITION RATES INVOLVING SHALLOW DONORS IN GERMANIUM AT LOW
TEMPERATURE. BY PICKIN,W. (UNIVERSIDAD NATIONAL AUTONOMA DE MEXICO, CUAUTITLAN. ENEP)
P 317-56.
78. PRESSURE OF CONFINED HYDROGEN ATOM. BY GOTTDIENER,L. (UNIVERSIDAO NATIONAL AUTONOMY DE
MEXICO, MEXICO CITY. FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS) P 357-9.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
79. LOCAL DEFORMATIONS IN A CORUNDUM CRYSTAL SUBMITTED TO A UNIAXIAL STRESS. BY
CHAMPAGNONIB. OUVALE. (CLAUDE BERNARD UNIV., LYON, FRANCE. LAB. DE SPECTROSCOPIE ET
DE LUMINESCENCE) P 131-9.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 2 (JAN 1980)
80. TWO-STEP SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION IN CU-V-SI ALLOYS. BY SHARMAR.G. KRISHNA,M.o.
NARLIKARA.V. (NATIONAL PHYSICAL LAB., NEW DELHI, INDIA) P L21-4.
t1. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF THE HO(C)Y(-C)SB SYSTEM. BY JENSENJ. HESSEL ANDERSENN.
VOGT.O. (COPENHAGEN UNIV., DENMARK. PHYSICS LAB. I) P 213-31.
82. THERMOLUMINESCENT PROCESSES IN NACL IRRADIATED AT 80 K. BY JIMENEZ DE CASTRO,M.
ALVAREZ RIVASJ.L. (JUNTA DE ENERGIE NUCLEAR, MADRID, SPAIN) P 257-66.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 3 (JAN 1980)
83. LOW-TEMPERATURE THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF A RANDOM HEISENBERG ANTIFERROMAGNETIC CHAIN
IS = 1/2). BY HIRSCHJ.E. JOSE,J.V. (CHICAGO UNIV., ILL. DEPTH. OF PHYSICS)
P L53-60.
84. A MODEL CALCULATION OF PHONON THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY. BY MIKHAIL,I.F.I. (AIN SHAMS
UNIVv CAIRO, EGYPT) P 335-42.
85. INVESTIGATION OF SURFACE-TREATMENT-INDUCED EFFECTS ON MAGNETOTRANSPORT EXPERIMENTS IN
N-INSB BY FANTNER,E.J. KUC4ARF. (VIENNA UNIV., AUSTRIA. INST. FUER
FESTKOERPERPHYSIK) P 461-4.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 4 (FEB 1980)
86. THERMAL RESISTIVITY OF ICE IH NEAR THE MELTING POINT, BY ANDERSSON,P. ROSS,R.G.
BAECKSTROEMG. (UMEA UNIV., SWEDEN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P L73-6.
87. ON THE JUMP IN THE SUPERFLUID DENSITY OF HELIUM FILMS. BY CARDYJ.L. PARGAN.
(CALIFORNIA UNIV., SANTA BARBARA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 571-82.

J. PHYS. 0 VOL 13, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
88. a UNNELLING IN LALAL2)0(3)-SNTE STRUCTURES. BY TOWNSHENDS.E. GRASSIEtA.D.C. (SJSSEX
UNIV., BRIGHTON, ENGLAND. SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES) P 59-67.
89. A STUDY OF SEGMENTED SUPERCONDUCTIVE ENERGY STORAGE SOLENOIDS. BY EYSSA,Y.M.
HILOLtM.A. (WISCONSIN UNIV., MADISON. DEPT. OF NUCLEAR ENGINEERING) P 69-77.

J. PHYS. F VOL o10 NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
90. ON LOW-TEMPERATURE POSITRON TRAPPING IN CADMIUM. BY SMEDSKJAER,L.C. LEGNINIDO.G.
SIEGELR.W. (ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB., ILL. DIV. OF MATERIALS SCIENCE) P L1-6.
91. ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF VACANCIES IN REFRACTORY COMPOUNDS AND ITS INFLUENCE ON T(C). BY
RIESG. WINTER. (KERNFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM, KARLSRUHE, GERMANY. INST. FUER TECHNISCHE
PHYSIK) P 1-7.
92. THE ROLE OF THE LATTICE AT THE METAL-SEMIMETAL TRANSITION IN NICKEL SULPHIDE. BY
BRUSETTIR. COEYeJ.N.D. CZJZEKG. ET AL (KERNFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM, KARLSRUHE, GERMANY.
INST. FUER TECHNISCHE PHYSIK) P 33-51.
93. SPIN GLASS PROPERTIES OF W(FE) ALLOYS. BY KRISCHELD. THOMASL.K. ITECHNISCHE UNIV.,
BERLIN, GERMANY. INST. FUER METALLFORSCHUNG-METALLPHYSIK) P 115-25.
94. MAGNETOVOLUME EFFECTS IN ZR(FE(I-X)CO(X))(2). BY MURAOKAY. SHIGAM. NAKAMURAY.
KYOTOO UNIV, JAPAN. DEPT. OF METAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) P 127-39.







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95. ON THE PLASTIC DEFORMATION OF SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY FELTHAM.P. (BRUNEL UNIV., UXBRIDGE,
ENGLAND) P L61-5.
96. EXPLANATION OF THE ANOMALOUS T(4I BEHAVIOUR OF THE LOW-TEMPERATURE ELECTRICAL
RESISTIVITY OF SILVER. BY BERGMANN,A. KAVEH.M. WISER,N. (BAR-ILAN UNIV., RAMAT-GAN,
ISRAEL. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P L71-6.
97. NON-OHMIC CONDUCTIVITY AND PINNING OF CHARGE-DENSITY WAVES IN NBSE(3). BY GILL,J.C.
(BRISTOL UNIV., ENGLAND. H. H. WILLS PHYSICS LAB.) P L81-7.
98. FLUCTUATION CONDUCTIVITY AND CRITICAL FIELDS IN (SN)(X), BY BARRETT,P. CHAMBERS,9.G.
FEENAN,P. ET AL (BRISTOL UNIV., ENGLAND. H. H. WILLS PHYSICS LAB.) P L89-94.
99. AN ANISOTROPIC SPIN GLASS NI(1-DELTA)SFE, BY ROUX-BUISSON,H. CDEY.J.M.D. (CENTRE
NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, GRENOBLE, FRANCE. GROUP DES TRANSITIONS DE
PHASES) P 275-97.
100. CONJECTURES ON MIXED CONDUCTION IN AN INHOMOGENEOUS SAMPLE AS A POSSIBLE EXPLANATION 3F
THE LOW-TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE MINIMUM OF SOME AMORPHOUS METALS, BY ALDRIDGER.V.
UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA, NORWICH, ENGLAND. SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS)
P 299-308.
101. SPIN-HAVE RESONANCE IN THIN FILMS OF NICKEL-COBALT ALLOYS. BY CULLIS,I.G. HEATH,4.
(NOTTINGHAM UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 309-20.

ANN. PHYS. (LEIPZIG) VOL 36, NO. 6 (1979)
102. EFFECT OF INTERFACE POTENTIAL BARRIERS ON BOUNDARY CONDITIONS IN THE THEORY OF DIRTY
INHOMOGENEOUS SUPERCONDUCTING SYSTEMS NEAR TRANSITION TEMPERATURE. BY RICHTERtJ.
(AKADEMIE DER WISSENSCHAFTEN DER DDR, BERLIN, GERMANY. FORSCHUNGSBEREICH PHYSIK. KERN-
UND WERKSTOFFWISSENSCHAFTEN) P 421-8.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 29, NO. 9 (MAY 1979)
103. DEPENDENCE OF THE EXCESS CURRENT IN SUPERCONDUCTING POINT CONTACTS ON TEMPERATURE AND
VOLTAGE. BY DIVINYU.YA. NADF.YA. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST.
OF RADIO ENGINEERING AND ELECTRONICS) P 516-9.
104. INVESTIGATION OF THE SHAPE OF NONLINEAR RESONANCES AT LOW PRESSURES. (METHANE). BY
BAGAEVeS.N. DYCHKOVA.S. CHEBOTAEVV.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR,
NOVOSIBIRSK. INST. OF THERMOPHYSICS) P 519-23.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 29, NO. 10 (MAY 1979)
105. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF EXCESS RESISTANCE OF THE NORMAL METAL-SUPERCONDUCTOR
INTERFACE. BY LATYSHEVYU.I. NADF.YA. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW.
INST. OF RADIO ENGINEERING AND ELECTRONICS) P 557-60.
106. CRITICAL FLUCTUATIONS IN LIQUID HE(3) STABILIZATION OF THE ANDERSON-MOREL PHASE. BY
SOKOLOVA.I. LENINGRADD INST. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, USSR) P 565-8.
107. POISSON BRACKETS AND CONTINUOUS DYNAMICS OF THE VORTEX LATTICE IN ROTATING HE II. BY
VOLOVIK,G.E. DOTSENKOV.S.,JR. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 576-9.
108. NONLINEAR CYCLOTRON RESONANCE IN BISMUTH. BY LEVIEVG.I. IKONNIKOVV.B.
GANTMAKHERV.F. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF SOLID STATE
PHYSICS) P 580-3.

SOV. PHYS. USP. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 21, NO. 11 (NOV 1978)
109. INTERMOLECULAR INTERACTIONS. BY KAPLANI.G. ROOIMOVAO.B. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
USSR, MOSCOW. L. YA. KARPOV PHYSICOCHEMICAL SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH INST.) P 918-43.

SOV. PHYS. DOKL. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 24, NO. 5 (MAY 1979)
110. OSCILLATIONS IN TYPE-II SUPERCONDUCTORS, BY MINTS.R.G. RAKHMANOVA.L. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF NUCLEAR PHYSICS) P 366-8.
111. TEMPERATURES OF SHOCK COMPRESSION OF LIQUID NITROGEN AND ARGON. BY VOSKOBOINIKOVI.M.
GOGULYA,N.F. DOLGOBOROOOV,YU.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
CHEMICAL PHYSICS) P 375-6.

SOV. PHYS. SOLID STATE (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 21, NO. 7 (JUL 1979)
112. INVESTIGATION OF THE ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF INDIUM FILMS. BY PALATNIKL.S.
SHCHERBINAM.E. (MAKARENKO STATE PEDOGOGIC INST., SUMY, USSR) P 1124-8.
113. MOVEMENT OF RESISTIVE REGION BOUNDARIES IN A CURRENT-CARRYING SUPERCONDUCTING FILM. BY
ERUI.I. PESKOVATSKIIS.A. POLADICHA.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR,
KHARKOV. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH INST. OF RADIOPHYSICS AND ELECTRONICS) P 1149-52.
114. THEORY OF COEXISTENCE OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND FERROMAGNETISM. BY IZYUMOVYU.A.
SKRYABINYU.N. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, SVEROLOVSK. INST. OF METAL PHYSICS)
P 1172-7.
115. THEORY OF THE INFLUENCE OF RADIATION DEFECTS ON THE CRITICAL TEMPERATURE OF
SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY ALEKSANDROV,A.S. ELESINV.F. KAZEKON.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF ENGINEERING PHYSICS) P 1181-7.
116. FIELD-ION MICROSCOPY OF NB-ZR ALLOY. BY GARBER,R.I. KSENOFONTOVV.A. KULKOV.B. ET
AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.)
P 1187-90.







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SOV. P4YS. SOLID STATE (ENGL. TRANSL.I VOL 21, NO. 7 (JUL 1979) (CONT.)
117. DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF SHORT SUPERCONDUCTING BRIDGES. BY GOLUBA.A. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE MOLDAVIAN SSR, KISHINEV. INST. OF APPLIED PHYSICS) P 1209-11.
118. INFLUENCE OF LIGHT ON THE DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES AND RESISTIVITY OF PROUSTITE. BY
GAURITOVA.N.D. POPOVAT.V. NOVIKV.K. (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR) P 1244-5.
119. EXACT SOLUTIONS IN THE THEORY OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY. BY ROGOZHKINVV.V VASILEV,L.I.
P 1250-1.
120. DISORDERING OF ADSORBED FILMS DUE TO A SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION IN THE METAL
SUBSTRATE. BY GABOVICH,A.M. ILCHENKO,L.G. PASHITSKIIE.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 1i61-2.

PHYS. NET. METALLOGR. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 46, NO. 2 (1978)
121. CONCERNING THE INFLUENCE OF CERTAIN FACTORS ON THE WIDTH OF SUPERCONDUCTIVE TRANSITIONS
IN ALLOYS OF TITANIUM WITH VANADIUM, NIOBIUM AND TANTALUM. BY RASSOKHINV.A.
PREKULA.F. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, SVERDLOVSK. INST. OF METAL PHYSICS)
P 37-44.

PHYS. MET. METALLOGR. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 46, NO. 3 (1978)
122. MECHANISMS OF THE TRANSCRYSTALLINE FAILURE OF METALS WITH A B.C.C. LATTICE. BY
RYBINV.V. VERGAZOVA.N. SOLOMKOYU.V. P 109-22.
123. INTERGRANULAR COLD SHORTNESS MECHANISMS OF F.C.C. SOLID SOLUTIONS OF COPPER-ANTIMONY.
BY GLIKMAN.YE.E. LIKHACHEVV.A. RYBINV.V. LITVINOVYE.N. (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR)
P 127-32.
124. RESISTIVITY OF NICKEL-ALUMINIUM FILMS PRODUCED BY LOW-TEMPERATURE CONDENSATION. BY
KUDRAVTSEVYU.V. LEZHNENKOI.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV.
INST. OF METAL PHYSICS P 163-5.
125. STABILITY OF THE GAMMA PHASE OF ALLOY FE-33.7 PERCENT NI NEAR THE MARTENSITIC
TRANSFORMATION. BY SEREBRYAKOV,V.G. ALSHEVSKII,YU.L. ESTRINE.I. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. BARDIN CENTRAL RESEARCH INST. OF FERROUS METALLURGY)
P 166-8.

PHYS. MET. METALLOGR. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 46, NO. 4 (1978)
126. MOESSBAUER INVESTIGATIONS OF THE STRUCTURE OF SUPERCONDUCTIVE MOLYBDENUM SULPHIDE
3NMO(5)S<6)j BY BYCHKOVYU.F. GRUZIN,P.L. YEVSTYUKHINAI.A. LIKHANINYUf. (MDSCOW
INST. OF ENGINEERING PHYSICS, USSR) P 29-33.
127. LOW-TEMPERATURE HEAT CAPACITY OF COMMERCIAL GRADE TITANIUM VTi-0 AND ITS ALLOYS VTS AND
VT5-1. BY ILIYEV,L.B. OVCHARENKOV.I. PERVAKOV.V.A. (KHARKOV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN
SSRI P 34-9.
128. WORK HARDENING OF SINGLE CRYSTALS OF COPPER-ALUMINIUM ALPHA SOLID SOLUTIONS IN THE RANGE
4.2-300 K. BY DEMIRSKII*V.V. KOMNIKS.N. STARTSEVV.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 151-8.

PHILOS. NAG. B VOL 41, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
129. 30 TRANSITION-METAL INTERCALATES OF THE NIOBIUM AND TANTALUM DICHALCOGENIDES. I.
MAGNETIC PROPERTIES. BY PARKIN,S.S.P. FRIEND,R.H. (CAMBRIDGE UNIV., ENGLAND.
CAVENDISH LAB.) P 65-93.
130. 30 TRANSITION-METAL INTERCALATES OF THE NIOBIUM AND TANTALUM DICHALCOGENIDES. II.
TRANSPORT PROPERTIES, BY PARKIN,S.S.P. FRIEND,R.H. (CAMBRIDGE UNIV., ENGLAND.
CAVENDISH LAB.) P 95-112.

SOLID STATE COMMON. VOL 33, NO. 2 (JAN 1980)
131. OPTICAL ABSORPTION SPECTRA OF LII CRYSTALS IRRADIATED AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY
HASHIMOTO,S. MAEKAWAtZ. ATOBE,K. NAKAGAWAM. KYOTOO UNIV. OF EDUCATION, JAPAN)
P 195-7.
132. AN ANALYSIS OF HARMONIC MICROWAVE MIXING IN TTF-TCNQ AND TSEF-TCNq, BY BREYMAYERH.-J.
MONNEBERGERW. (ULM UNIV., GERMANY. PHYSIK-OEPT.) P 217-20.
133. (195)PT-NMR EVIDENCE OF A LOW LYING NON-LINEAR EXCITATION IN THE LINEAR CONDUCTOR
K(2)PT(CN)(4)BR(0.3)3.2H(2)O. BY MEHRING,M. KANERTO. MALIM. BRINKMANNDO.
(DORTMUND UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER PHYSIK) P 225-8.
134. ADSORBED LAYERS OF 0(2) ON GRAPHITE STUDIED BY HEAT CAPACITY MEASUREMENTS. BY MARX,R.
BRAUNR. (GESAMTHOCHSCHULE, DUISBURG, GERMANY. LAB. FUER TIEFTEMPERATURPHYSIK)
P 229-31.
135. TWO-CARRIER CONDUCTION IN RB-TCNQ-IIe BY LAKHANIA.A. HOTAN.K. (SHERBROOKE UNIV.,
QUEBEC. DEPT. DE PHYSIQUE) P 233-5.
136. SHUBNIKOV-DE HAAS EFFECT AND SEMIMETAL-SEMICONDUCTOR TRANSITION IN BISMUTH-ANTIMONY
ALLOYS IN HIGH MAGNETIC FIELDS. BY HIRUMAK. KIDO,G. KAWAUCHI,K. MIURAN. (TOKYO
UNIV., JAPAN. INST. FOR SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 257-60.

MOL. PHYS. VOL 39, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
137. COMPUTER SIMULATIONS OF DENSE MOLECULAR FLUIDS. I. TIME DEPENDENT STATISTICAL PROPERTIES
OF SINGLE DIATOMIC MOLECULES, BY STEELEW.A. STREETTW.B. (PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.,
UNIVERSITY PARK. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 279-98.







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MOL. PHYS. VOL 39, NO. 2 (FEB 1980) (CONT.)
138. COMPUTER SIMULATIONS OF DENSE MOLECULAR FLUIDS. I.1 TRANSLATION-ROTATION COUPLING IN THE
MOTION OF SINGLE MOLECULES. BY STEELEW.A. STREETTW.B. (PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.,
UNIVERSITY PARK. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 299-310.
139. THE STRUCTURE OF NITROGEN GAS. BY SULLIVAN,J.D. EGELSTAFFtP.A. (GUELPH UNIV.,
ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 329-42.
140. THE SURFACE SECOND VIRIAL COEFFICIENTt BY STECKI,J. SAKOLOWSKI,S. (MARIA
CURIE-SKL00OWSKI UNIV., LUBLIN, POLANO. OEPT. OF THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY) P 343-51.

CHEM. PHYS. VOL 45, NO. 2 (JAN 1980)
141. VIBRATIONAL ENERGY EXCHANGE BETWEEN CO AND THE ISOTOPES OF N(2) BETWEEN 300 K AND 80 K.
BY ALLENO.C. SIMPSONC.J.S.M. (OXFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LAB.)
P 203-12.

Z. PHYS. CHEM. (WIESBADEN) VOL 115, NO. 1 (1979)
142. ON THE THERMODYNAMICS OF LIQUID MIXTURES OF TWO N-ALKANES, BY LIE9ERMANN,E. (VIENNA
UNIV., AUSTRIA. INST. FUER PHYSIKALISCHE CHEMIE) P 1-6.

J. APPL. CRYSTALLOGR. VOL 12, PT. 6 (DEC 1979)
143. A LIQUID-HELIUM CRYOSTAT FOR COLLECTION OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL X-RAY INTENSITY DATA DOWN
TO 20 K. THE CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF 0(*)-TARTARIC ACID AT 35, 105, 160 AND 295 K. BY
ALBERTSSONJ. OSKARSSON,A. STAHL,K. (LUND UNIV., SWEDEN. CENTER FOR CHEMISTRY)
P 537-44.

J. MAGN. REASON. VOL 37, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
144. QUICK SAMPLE CHANGE PROBE FOR MAGIC-ANGLE-SPINNING NMR IN A SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNET. BY
OPELLAS.J. FREYM.H. DIVEROIJ.A. (PENNSYLVANIA UNIV., PHILADELPHIA. DEPT. OF
CHEMISTRY) P 165-70.

J. CHEM. SOC., FARADAY TRANS., 2 VOL 75, PT 12 (1979)
145. HARD-SPHERE FLUID EQUATION OF STATE. BY SPEEDYR.J. (VICTORIA UNIV., WELLINGTON, NEW
ZEALAND. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 1643-7.

INORG. CHEM. VOL 19, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
146. LOW-TEMPERATURE MATRIX PHOTOCHEMISTRY OF (1.3-DIENE)TRICARBONYLIRON COMPLEXES. BY
ELLERHORSTG. GERHARTZW. GREVELSF.-W. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER KOHLENFORSCHUNG,
MUELHEIM AN DER RUHR, GERMANY. INST. FUER STRAHLENCHEMIE) P 67-71.

THERMOCHIM. ACTA VOL 35, NO. 2 (JAN 1980)
147. A MOESSBAUER SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY OF SOME CLAY MINERALS OF THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN WEST
INDIES. PART I SPECTRA FROM 80 TO 300 K. BY SILVER. SWEENEY,M. MORRISONI.E.G.
(ESSEX UNIV., COLCHESTER, ENGLAND. OEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 153-68.

INDIAN J. CHEM. A VOL 18, NO. 2 (AUG 1979)
148. VAPOUR PRESSURE ISOTOPE EFFECT IN LIQUID AMMONIA. BY GHOSHNS.K. DAVEtS.M.
SADHUKHANiH.K. (BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE, BOMBAY, INDIA. HEIVY WATER DIV.)
P 109-11.

CHEM. LISTY VOL 73, NO. 12 (1979)
149. IS ICE HARD WATER AND IS IT POSSIBLE TO HAROEN MATER BY FREEZING. BY PITTERP. (JNIV.
OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY, PRAGUE, CZECHOSLOVAKIA) P 1271-2.

CHEM. ZVESTI VOL 33, NO. 4 (1979)
150. AOIABATIC EQUILIBRIUM DESORPTION OF CARBON DIOXIDE FROM MOLECULAR SIEVE FIXED BED BY THE
STREAM OF INERT GAS. BY KOSSACZKYE. BOBOK,D. BALESV. (TECHNICAL UNIV. OF
BRATISLAVA, CZECHOSLOVAKIA. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 439-47.

ZH. FIZ. KHIM. VOL 53, NO. 10 (OCT 1979) (IN RUSSIAN)
151. MOLECULAR ASSOCIATION AND EQUATION OF STATE IN FREE VOLUME THEORY. I. SINGLE ATOM MEDIA.
BY YAKOVLEV,V.F. YAKOVLEVV.V. (MOSCOW PEDOGOGIC INST., US SR) P 2461-7.
152. CALCULATION AND INTERPRETATION OF THE HEAT CAPACITY OF ICE. BY PUTINTSEVN.M.
P 2471-5.
153. PHASE EQUILIBRIA IN THE METHANOL-CARBON DIOXIDE SYSTEM. BY SEMENOVA,A.I.
EMELYANOVAtE.A. TSIMMERMANS.S. TSIKLISD.S. P 2502-5.
154. EMPIRICAL EQUATION OF STATE FOR LIQUIDS. BY FESENKOE.D. PROTSENKO,V.S. (KIEV STATE
UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR) P 2620-1.
155. HEAT CAPACITY. ENTROPY AND ENTHALPY OF SNCL(2) IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 5-305 K, BY
PAUKOVI.E. STENINYU.G. FROLOVAG.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, NOVOSIBIRSK.
INST. OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY) P 2636-7.
156. MOLECULAR ASSOCIATION AND EQUATION OF STATE IN FREE VOLUME THEORY. II. POLYATOMIC
SYSTEMS WITH SATURATED CHEMICAL BONDS. BY YAKOVLEVV.F. YAKOVLEVV.V. tMOSCOW
PEDOGOGIC INST., USSR) P 2676-81.
157. SOLUBILITY OF SOLID ETHYLENE IN COMPRESSED GASEOUS HYDROGEN: BY IOHTEV.M.B. GLUKHIG.M.
POLISHCHUKOVAL.I. DOBROVOLSKAYAV.E. P 2690-3.








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ZH. FIZ. KHIM. VOL 53, NO. 11 (NOV 1979) (IN RUSSIAN)
158. MOLECULAR INTERACTION ENERGY AND ENTHALPY OF LIQUIDS AND VAPORS. BY YAKOVLEV,V.F.
GALIBINN.S. (MOSCOW PEDOGOGIC INST., USSR) P 2751-5.
159. CHARACTERISTICS OF KINETIC CONVERSION OF ADSORBEO SILVER ATOMS ON SILICA GEL AT LO0
TEMPERATURES. BY SAZYKINA,3.V. POPOVICH.G.M. FILIPPOVYU.V. P 2956-8.
160. HEAT CAPACITY AND THERMODYNAMIC FUNCTIONS OF SILICON DISULFIDE. (5-341 K). BY
BEREZOVSKII,G.A. GORSH,L.E. PAUKOVI.E. P 2966-7.

HIGH ENERGY CHEM. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 13, NO. 3 (MAY-JUN 1979)
161. PHOTOLYSIS OF A SINGLE CRYSTAL OF
8-NITRO-1-PHENYL-3,3-DIMETHYLSPIRO(INDOLINO-2,2-(2H-1-BENZOPYRAN)) AT 77 K. BY
KHOLMANSKII,A.S. ZUBKOVA.V. PARMONV.N. DYUMAEVK.M. (SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH INST. OF
ORGANIC INTERMEDIATE PRODUCTS AND DYES, MOSCOW, USSR) P 204-6.
162. PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIONS OF RADICALS IN PROPYLENE CARBONATE AT 77 K. BY MIKHAILIKO.M.
MELNIKOV,M.YA. FOK,N.V. (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR) P 216-20.

ZH. VSES. KHIM. OVA. VOL 24, NO. 6 (1979) (IN RUSSIAN)
163. CHEMICAL SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. BY KOSTANDOV,L.A. (MINISTRY FOR CHEMICAL INDUSTRY SSSR,
MOSCOW, USSR) P 555-8.
164. PHENOMENON OF THE EXISTENCE OF LOW-TEMPERATURE LIMIT OF CHEMICAL REACTION RATE. P 640.


SECTION II. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 7 (FEB 1980)
165. FERMILAB PIONEERS SUPERCONDUCTIVITY SCALEUP. BY WALOROPM. P 31-2.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58. NO. 8 (FEB 1980)
166. ZOAL GASIFICATION DEVELOPMENT INTENSIFIES. P 8.
167. FUNDING POLICY MAY HAMPER NBS MISSION. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 21.
168. CONGRESS ON MONEY ANO ENERGY TREADMILL. BY LONG.J. P 22-3.
169. SUPERCONDUCTING CYCLOTRON TO BE BUILT. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 25.
170. GRANTS PROGRAM SEEKS RELIABLE REFERENCE DATA. BY DAGANIR. P 26.
171. COAL/BIOMASS GASIFIER LAB TESTS ARE A SUCCESS. P 28.

CHEM. ENG. (N.Y.) VOL 87, NO. 4 (FEB 1980)
172. POLAND WILL BUILD A SMALL 140-MILLION DOLLAR COAL-GASIFICATION PLANT. (A BRIEF REPORT).
P 35.
173. ARGON-FROM-AMMONIA-PURGF-GAS UNIT FOR U.S. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 39.
174. HOLLOW FIBERS RECOVER HYDROGEN. BY MACLEAND.L. GRAHAM,T.E. (MONSANTO CO., RESEARCH
TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. SEPARATION BUSINESS GROUP) P 54-5.
175. CALCULATE EQUATION-OF-STATE VARIABLES, BY HEBERJ.H. (NEBRASKA UNIV.. LINCOLN. DEPT.
OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 93-100.

PROCESS ENG. (JAN 1980)
176. HEAT TRANSFER LITERATURE REVIEW 1978-79p BY CHISHOLM,D. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS,
WASHINGTON, 0. C. HEAT TRANSFER DIV.) P 43f45*47.

CHEM. BR. VOL 16, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
177. CHEMICALS FROM COAL, BY GIBSON,J. (NATIONAL COAL BOARO, LONDON, ENGLAND) P 26-31.
178. VAN DER WAALS REVISITED. BY ROWLINSONJ.S. (OXFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. LAB. OF PHYSICAL
CHEMISTRY) P 32-5.

DENKI KAGAKU VOL 47, NO. 11 (NOV 1979)
179. FUTURE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY, BY SEKO,M. P 641.

ASTRONAUT. AERONAUT. VOL 18, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
180. AEROSPACE IN THE NEXT DECADE AND BEYOND, BY WILSON.T.A. (CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF
EXECUTIVE OFFICER, THE BOEING CO., SEATTLE, WASH.) P 16-7+45.

IBM TECH. DISCLOSURE BULL. VOL 22, NO. 9 (FEB 1980)
181. ELIMINATING STRUCTURAL SURFACE DEFECTS DURING JOSEPHSON JUNCTION FABRICATION. BY
MOHRT.O. LATTAE. WALTERW. P 4199.
182. BUTTED-PIN PROCESS. BY ANACKERoW. BROWNA.V. GELDERMANS,P. ET AL P 4252-3.
163. TRAPPED FLUX REMOVAL BY A THERMAL GRADIENT TECHNIQUE. BY MUKHERJEEA. P 4261-3.
184. PROGRAMMABLE/ERASABLE READ MOSTLY MEMORY. BY FARIS,S.M. P 4264.
185. PUNCHTHROUGH SPEED IMPROVEMENT SCHEME. BY GHEEWALA.T.R. P 4265-6.
186. JOSEPHSON PARAMETRIC INTERFEROMETER AMPLIFIER. BY CALENDER,N.P. P 4267-8.
187. SAMPLE-AND-HOLD GATE SUITABLE FOR SMALL JOSEPHSON JUNCTION DEVICES, BY OAVIDSONA.
P 4269-72.

IND. RES./DEV. VOL 22, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
188. D-COIL MOVES SUPERCONDUCTOR A STEP CLOSER TO FUSION L USE P 104+106.








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INO. RES./OEV. VOL 22, NO. 2 (FEB 1980) (CONT.)
189. USE CRYOGENIC PUMPS IN CRYSTAL PRODUCTION. BY HARToL. HELMBOLDR. (PIEZO TECHNOLOGY,
INC., ORLANDO, FLA.) P 199+201-2.

IND. LAB. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 45, NO. 6 (DEC 1979)
190. CONCENTRATION DEVICE FOR GAS CHROMATOGRAPHe BY MAKSIMOVICHA.I. MAKABULAL.A.
ROSSOL,P.L. (ALL-UNION SCIENTIFIC-RESEARCH INST. FOR CONSTRUCTION OF ANALYTICAL
APPARATUS, KIEV, USSR) P 627-8.
191. INFLUENCE OF SAMPLE THICKNESS AND NOTCH RADIUS ON THE IMPACT STRENGTH AND CRITICAL
BRITTLENESS TEMPERATURE. BY TOMENKOYU.S. KHRISTENKOI.N. KOSTIN.YU.N.
(SCIENTIFIC-RESEARCH INST. FOR METALS, DONETSK, UKRAINIAN SSR) P 711-4.

J. THERM. INSUL. VOL 3 (OCT 19791
192. THERMAL INSULATION CORROSION PROBLEMS IN THE PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY, BY NELSONE.*.
(POLYSAR LTD., SARNIA, ONTARIO. ENGINEERING SERVICES DEPT.) P 71-9.

ACTA METAL. VOL 28, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
193. AN IN SITU FIELD-ION MICROSCOPE STUDY OF THE RECOVERY BEHAVIOR OF ION-IRRADIATED
TUNGSTEN AND TUNGSTEN ALLOYS. BY MILSONK.L. BASKESt.I. SEIOMAN,D.N. (SANDIA LABS.,
LIVERMORE, CALIF.) P 89-1)2.

METALL. TRANS. A VOL 10, NO. 12 (DEC 1979)
194. LOW-TEMPERATURE MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF AN ACICULAR FERRITE HSLA (HIGH STRENGTH-LOW
ALLOY) LINE PIPE STEEL. BY KRISHNAOEV,M.R. GHOSHR. (LAVAL UNIV., QUEBEC CITY. DEPT.
OF METALLURGY) P 1941-4.

J. NUCL. MATER. VOL 88, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
195. HEAT CAPACITY OF METALLIC URANIUM AND THORIUM FROM 80-K TO 1000-K. BY NAKAMURA,J.
TAKAHASHItY. IZUMIS. KANNOM. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF NUCLEAR ENGINEERING)
P 64-72.

REV. CHIN. MINER. VOL 16, NO. 4 (1979)
196. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF AMORPHOUS METALS. BY BAUMANNF. (KARLSRUHE UNIV., GERMANY.
PHYSIKALISCHES INST.) P 328-38.

PLATINUM MET. REV. VOL 24, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
197. PLATINUM-ENRICHED SUPERALLOYS, BY CORTIC.H.W COUPLANDOD.R. SELNANG.L. (JOHNSO1
MATTHEY AND CO., LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND. GROUP RESEARCH CENTRE) P 2-11.


SECTION III. ENERGY AND MISCELLANEOUS

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 4 (JAN 1980)
198. JAPANESE LNG RECEIVING TERMINAL IS RELIABLE. BY NAKAGAWAA. (TOKYO GAS CO., LTD.,
JAPAN. MANUFACTURING DEPT.) P 174-6+181-2.

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 5 (FEB 1980)
199. 250 BILLION DOLLAR SYNFUELS EQUIPFNT OUTJLAY SEEN. P 34.
200. SIMULATION ANALYSIS SAVES ENERGY IN DE-ETHANIZING. BY HUANGj. (OPERATIONS SIMULATION
ANALYSIS INC., SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.I P 68-70.

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 8 (FEB 1980)
201. APIS NEW MEASUREMENT STANDARDS TABLE HOLDS SURPRISES. BY TIPPEEB. (DISTRICT EDITOR)
P 34-5.

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 9 (MAR 1980)
202. GASOHOL IS IT A PLUS OR MINUS IN THE U.S. BY CLOCK. (DISTRICT EDITOR P 19-24.

MAR. TECHNOL. VOL 17, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
203. CONCEPT DEVELOPMENTS FOR OFFSHORE THERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION PLATFORMSt BY SCOTTR.J.
GIANNOTTIJ. MCCLUREA.C. DUNNING,F. (GIBBS AND COX, INC., ARLINGTON, VA.) P 56-80.

NORW. MARIT. RES. VOL 7, NO. 4 (1979)
204. GAS EXPLOSIONS IN CONFINED OR PARTLY CONFINED SPACES BY SOLBERG,D.M. PAPPASJ.A.
SKRAMSTADeE. (DET NORSKE VERITAS, HOEVIK. RESEARCH DIV.) P 12-7.

SHIPP. WORLD SHIPBUILDER VOL 173, NO. 3961 (JAN 1980)
205. LNG CONTAINMENT SYSTEMS. BY GAS-TRANSPORT P 77+79.
206. GAS CARRIERS SLOWLY BUT SURELY. P 81+85.
207. BERGESEN ORDER LPG CARRIER FROM WAERTSILAE, P 85.
208. IS SURVIVAL GUARANTEED FOR KOCKUMS. P 90-1.







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SOC. PET. ENG. J. VOL 19, NO. 4 (AUG 1979)
209. A TECHNIQUE FOR CALCULATING MULTIPHASE EQUILIBRIA. BY FUSSELL,L.T. (AMOCO PRODUCTION
CO., TULSA, OKLA.) P 203-10.
210. THE EFFECT OF PHASE EQUILaIRIA ON THE CO(Z) DISPLACEMENT MECHANISM BY METCALFE,R.S.
YARBOROUGHL. (AMOCO PRODUCTION CO., TULSA, OKLA.) P 242-52.

EROOEL EROGAS 2. VOL 95, NO. 12 (DEC 1979) (IN GERMAN)
211. POTENTIAL OF ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY METHODS IN THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY 9 BY
HOEFLING,B. (TECHNISCHE UNIV., CLAUSTHAL-ZELLERFELD, GERMANY. INST. FUER TIEFBOHKUNDE
UND EROOELGEWINNUNG) P 407-12.
212. ASPECTS OF GEOTHERMAL ENERGY UTILIZATION. BY ERNST,P. HIEBLINGER.J. (PREUSSAG A.;.,
EROOEL UND ERDGAS, HANNOVER, GERMANY) P 412-20.

BRENNSt. WAERME KRAFT VOL 31, NO. 12 (DEC 1979) (IN GERMAN)
213. CONTRIBUTION TO THE OPTIMAL AERO-DYNAMIC DESIGN OF AXIAL MULTI-STAGE COMPRES5ORS. BY
GRAHLK. P 478-9.

ERDOEL KOHLE EROGAS PETROCHEM. VOL 32, NO. 11 (NOV 1979) (IN GERMAN)
214. THE ROLE OF COAL IN THE WORLD ENERGY PICTURE TO THE YEAR 2000. BY NEUMANN.R.
(KERNFORSCHUNGSANLAGE JUELICH G.M.B.H., GERMANY. PROJEKTLEITUNG ENERGIEFORSCHUNG)
P 505-12.
215. PROPERTIES OF LIQUID GASES CRACKING GASES FOR PEAK SUPPLY, BY SC4USTER,F. ;OLLO.
P 528.

HYDROCARBON PROCESS. VOL 59, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
216. LNG IMPORTED TO U.S. FROM ALGERIA WILL COST MORE. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 11.

CHEM. ENG. PROG. VOL 76, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
217. CRYOGENICS FOR SYNGAS PROCESSING. BY DAVISJ.S. MARTIN,J.R. (UNION CARBIDE CORP.,
TONAWANDA, N. Y. LINE DIV.) P 72-9.

J. ENERGY VOL 3, NO. 6 (NOV-DEC 1979)
218. SOLAR ENERGY STORAGE USING REVERSIBLE HYORATION-OEHYORATION OF CAO-CA(OH)(2). BY
ROSEMARYJ.K. BAUERLE,G.L. SPRINGER,T.H. (ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL, CANOGA PARK, CALIF.
ENERGY SYSTEMS GROUP) P 321-2.
219. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AND THE PRICE OF OIL. BY HAZELRIGGG.A.,JR. LIETZKEK.R.
(ECON, INC., PRINCETON, N. J. SYSTEMS ENGINEERING) P 349-56.

ENERGY INT. J. VOL 5, NO. 1 (MAN 1980)
220. AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON OF ENERGY USE IN INDUSTRY UNITED KINGDOM, WEST GERMANY,
AND ITALY. BY BOSSANYI,E. CERIANIB. STANISLAW,J. (CAMBRIDGE UNIV., ENGLAND.
CAVENDISH LAB.) P 13-28.
221. CONSERVATION OF ENERGY ESTIMATED BY SECOND LAW ANALYSIS OF A POWER-CONSUMING PROCESS.
BY LEIDENFROST,W. LEE,K.H. KORENIC8B. (PURDUE UNIV., WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. SCHOOL OF
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) P 47-61.

CHEM. ECON. ENG. REV. VOL 11, NO. 10-11 (OCT-NOV 1979)
222. WORLD PETROLEUM CONGRESS AND TRENDS IN OIL AND PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRIES. BY STAFF
WRITERS P 14-9.
223. CONSTRUCTION OF CHINAS PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY AND PROSPECTS FOR A NEW FORM OF
COOPERATION. BY 10KOIY. JAPANN GAS CO., LTD., TOKYO. INTERNATIONAL PROJECT DIV.)
P 20-30.

ENERGY INT. VOL 17, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
224. WESTERN AUSTRALIA UPDATES A4 BILLION DOLLAR NORTH WEST SHELF SCHEME, BY SCOTT,W.E.
(AUSTRALIAN CORRESPONDENT) P 20-2.
225. NUCLEAR FUSION EUROPES FUTURE ENERGY SOURCE. BY TRAILS. (EEC AFFAIRS
CORRESPONDENT) P 24-5.

ENERGY VOL 5, NO. I (WINTER 1980)
226. EXOTIC ENERGY R AND 0 HAS POTENTIALt BY MISKELLJ.T. P 6-7.
227. SYNTHETIC FUELS MUST BE PURSUED. P 21-2.

SCI. AM. VOL 242, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
228. HYDROGEN STORAGE IN METAL HYDRIDES. BY REILLY.J.J. SANOROCKG.O. (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL
LAB., UPTON, N. Y. DEPT. OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT) P 118-31.

EPRI J. VOL 5, NO. 1 (JAN-FEB 19801
229. A FUTURE CLOSER THAN EVER. BY CULLERF. P 4-7.







SUBJECT INDEA FOR CURRENT AWARENESS LIST NO. 698
SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS ANP CHEMISTRY


Chemistry 146, 161, 162, 163, 164, 179
Crystal Structure and Lattice Properties
1, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 18, 26, 30, 35, 36, 41,
43, 56, 63, 64, 79, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 99,
112, 122, 123, 125, 128, 129, 130, 132, 136,
143, 149, 157
Fluid Properties and Structure
3, 14, 17, 18, 20, 34, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56,
57, 59, 75, 76, 78, 86, 104, 106, 109, 111,
137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 145, 148, 149,
151, 152, 153, 154, 156, 157, 158, 175, 178,
209, 210, 215
Magnetic Properties and Materials
6, 12, 24, 44, 47, 48, 60, 61, 81, 83, 85,
94, 114
Mossbauer Effect and Resonances
22, 47, 101, 104, 108, 126, 133, 147

Optical Properties
17, 20, 34, 52, 57, 75, 76, 82, 118, 131, 162
Polymers 132, 135
Semiconductors 13, 25, 77, 85, 90, 136


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3 1262 08520 3809


Sorption 14, 19, 51, 120, 134, 150, 159
Superconductors
2, 5, 7, 15, 21, 27, 32, 33, 37, 38, 39,
40, 42, 45, 46, 49, 50, 62, 66, 80, 88, 89,
95, 97, 98, 102, 103, 105, 110, 112, 113,
114, 115, 116, 117, 119, 120, 121, 126,
132, 135, 144, 165, 169, 181, 182, 183,
184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 196, 225
Superfluidity 4, 9, 23, 58, 87, 107, 134
Thermal Properties of Solids
26, 29, 31, 69, 127, 152, 155, 160, 195
Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and
Transport Processes
8, 18, 20, 23, 34, 35, 36, 54, 58, 59, 74,
78, 83, 84, 106, 109, 137, 138, 142, 145,
156, 178, 221
Transport Properties of Solids
16, 27, 28, 29, 48, 53, 60, 61, 65, 67, 68,
84, 85, 86, 96, 97, 98, 100, 105, 112, 113,
118, 124, 133, 135
Other
70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 163, 167, 170, 179


SECTION II AND III. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING AND ENERGY


Aerospace Safety 204
Energy
42, 73, 89, 166, 168, 171, 172, 177, 188,
198 thru 229

Equipment and Devices
38, 39, 40, 42, 50, 89, 144, 165, 169, 181,
182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 213

Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and
Production
173, 174, 177, 217
Heat and Mass Transfer 34, 176, 192, 213
Hydrogen 228
Insulation 192


LNG and Methane
166, 171, 172, 198 thru 217, 227, 228
Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
37, 41, 43, 45, 79, 95, 116, 121, 122, 123,
124, 125, 128, 149, 191, 193, 194, 196, 197
Metrology and Instrumentation
74, 143, 144, 165, 169, 189, 190, 201

propulsionn and Space Applications
74, 180
Storage and Handling 204, 205
Vacuum Technology 189
Other 167, 170, 179


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