A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service

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Title:
A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service
Running title:
Current awareness list
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v. : ; 27 cm.
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English
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Cryogenic Data Center
United States -- National Bureau of Standards
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Low temperature research -- Bibliography   ( lcsh )
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bibliography   ( marcgt )

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Statement of Responsibility:
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. 17-28, 1980 LIST NO. 699
























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


or, COMPILED BY
CRYOGENIC DATA CENTER
THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES
4 ^DIVISION
NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS
BOULDER, COLORADO 80303





CURRENT AWAREhESS LIST KO. 699 PAGE 1


SECTION I. LCW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS ANO CHEMISTRY

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 44, NO. IC (MAR 1980)
1. RIPPLONS, (3)HE, AND HEAT CONCUCTION ON THE SURFACE OF SUPERFLUIO (4)HE. BY MANTZ,I.B.
EOWARDS,0.O. NAYAK,V.U. (OHIO STATE UNIV., COLUMBUS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 663-6.
2. CONCERNING PROPOSED SUPERCONDUCTING FLUCTUATIONS IN THE ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF BULK
ALUMINUM. BY BRARAROB.R. BASSJ. CAFLIN,A.D. DALIMIN.M.N.B. (CRYOGENIC
CONSULTANTS, LONDCN, ENGLAND) P 680-3.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 44, NO. 11 (MAR 1980)
3. DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF THE VELOCITY AUTOCODRELATION FUNCTION FOR A BROWNIAN TEST
PARTICLE. BY FEDELEP.C. KIM,Y.W. (LEPIGH UNIV., BETHLEHEM, PA. CEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 691-4.
4. OBSERVATION CF H(+) IONS IN K(2)OSCL(6) BY CHLORINE NUCLEAR QUADRUPLE RESONANCE. (77
K). 3Y ARMSTRONG,R.L. MINTZJ.O. DIORIC,i. (TCRCNTO UNIV., ONTARIO. CEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 747-9.
5. COMPETING INTERACTIONS, SPIRALS, AND PHASE TRANSITIONS WITH AND WITHOUT LONG-RANGE
ORDER. BY KAPLANT.A. (MICHICAN STATE UNIV., EAST LANSING. OEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 760-3.

PHYS. REV. A VOL 21, NC. 2 (FEB 1980)
6. ELECTRON SCATTERING BY OIATOMIC MOLECULES ITERATIVE STATIC-EXCHANGE TECHNIQUES. BY
COLLINS,L.A. ROBB,W.D. MORRISON,M.A. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. MEX.
THEORETICAL DIV.) P 488-95.
7. STRUCTURE AND THERMCDYKAMICS OF A SIMPLE FLUID. BY STELLG. WEISJ.J. (STATE UNIV. OF
NEW YORK, STONY BROOK. CEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) P 645-57.

PHYS. REV. B VOL 21, NO. 4 (FEB 1980)
8. INFRARED SPECTRA CF HYDROGEN ISOTOPES IN ALPHA-AL(2)0(3). BY ENGSTROM,H. BATESJ. B.
WANG.J.C. ABRAHAM,M.M. (OAK RIDGE NATICFAL LAB., TENN. SOLID STATE DIV.) P 1520-6.
9. TWO-DIMENSIONAL ELECTRICAL TRANSPORT IN GAAS-AL(X)GA(1-X)AS MULTILAYERS AT HIGH MAGNETIC
FIELDS. BY TSUIC.C. STOERMERH.L. GOSSARD,A.C. WIEGMANNW. (BELL TELEPHONE LABS.,
MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 1589-95.
10. SHALLOW-ACCEPTOR, DONOR, FREE-EXCITON, AND BCUND-EXCITON STATES IN HIGH-PURITY ZINC
TELLURIDE. BY VENGHAUS.H. OEAN,P.J. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER FESTKOERPERFORSCHUNG,
STUTTGART, GERMANY) P 1596-609.
11. RESONANT RELAXATION TIME FOR IMPURITY ELECTRONS AND LOCALIZED PHONONS (WAVE PACKETS)
INTERACTION APPLICATION TO THE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF MGO-FE(2+), ZNS-FE(24),
COTE-FE(2+), AND MGO-CR(2+). BY SPAVIERIG. CABRERAF. MARCANO,G. ROMERO,H.
(UNIVERSICAD DE LCS ANDES, MERIDA, VENEZUELA. DEPT. DE FISICA) P 1610-6.
12. LIGHT SCATTERING AND INFRAREO-TRANSMISSICF SPIKE IN MULTIDOMAIN BIREFRINGENT SOLIDS (KCN
AND NACN). BY JULIAN,M.D. LUETYF. (HUGHES AIRCRAFT CC., LOS ANGELES, CALIF.)
P 1647-52.
13. TWO-PHONON DIFFERENCE SCATTERING IN SOLID XENON. BY LYONS,K.B. FLEURY,P.A.
CARTER,H.L. (BELL TELEPHONE LABS., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 1653-7.
14. CONDENSED XENON AT HIGH PRESSURE. BY ROSS9M. MCMAHANA.K. (CALIFORNIA UNIV.,
LIVERMORE. LAWRENCE LIVERMORE LAB.) P 1658-64.
15. ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES CF NI(1-X)CO(X)S(2). BY MABATAH,A.K. YOFFAE.J. EKLUNDP.C. ET
AL (BENIN UNIV., NIGERIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1676-89.

PHYS. REV. B VOL 21, NC. 5 (MAR 1980)
16. OBSERVATION OF QUANTIZATION CF CIRCULATING IN ROTATING SUPERFLUID (4)HE. BY KARNP.W.
STARKS,D.R. ZIMMERIANN,W.,JR. (HONEYWELL SOLID-STATE ELECTRONICS CENTER, PLYMOUTH,
MINN.) P 1797-805.
17. DYNAMICS CF SUPERFLUID FILMS, BY AMBEGACKAR,V. HALPEQINB.I. NELSON,D.R. SIGGIAtE.O.
(CORNELL UNIV., ITHACA, N. Y. LAB. OF ATOMIC AND SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 1806-26.
18. LOW-TEMPERATURE TETRAGONAL-DOMAIN-REORIENTATION PHENOMENA SEEN IN ULTRASONIC EXPERIMENTS
ON SINGLE CRYSTAL V(3)SI. BY TOYOTAN. FUKASE,T. TACHIKIM. MUTO,Y. (TOHOKU UNIV.,
SENDAI, JAPAN. RESEARCH INST. FOR IRON, STEEL AND OTHER METALS) P 1827-41.
19. EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THERMOELECTRICITY IN SUPERCONDUCTING INDIUM. BY VAN
HARLINGEND.J. HEIDEL,D.F. GARLAND,J.C. (CALIFCRNIA UNIV., BERKELEY. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 1842-57.
20. SUPERCONDUCTING TLNNEL-JUNCTION REFRIGERATOR. BY MELTONR.G. PATERSONJ.L. (VIRGINIA
UNIV., CHARLOTTESVILLE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1858-67.
21. LOWER CRITICAL FIELD OF AN ANISOTROPIC TYPE-II SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY KLEMMR.A. CLEMJ.R.
(AMES LAB., IOWA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1868-75.
22. CRYSTAL-FIELD ENERGIES FOR SRF(2)-CE(3#). BY WALKERG.L. MIRESR.W. (TEXAS
INSTRUMENTS, INC., LUBBCCK) P 1576-8C.
23. GRAIN-30UNDARY MELTING TRANSITION IN A TWO-DIMENSIONAL LATTICE-GAS MODEL. BY KIKUCHIR.
CAHNIJ.W. (HLGHES RESEARCH LABS., MALIBU, CALIF.) P 1893-7.
24. SPECIFIC HEAT OF CUMN AT THE SPIN-GLASS FREEZING TEMPERATURE. BY MARTIN,D.L. (NATIONAL
RESEARCH COUNCIL CF CANADA, OTTAWA, ONTARIO. CIV. OF PHYSICS) P 19C2-5.
25. SPECIFIC HEAT OF SPIN-GLASS AU-1 AT, PERCENT FE BELOW 30 K. BY MARTINO.L. (NATIONAL
RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA, OTTAWA, ONTARIO. DIV. OF PHYSICS) P 1906-10.




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PHYS. REV. B VOL 21, NC. 5 (MAR 1980) (C"NT.)
26. STRUCTURE AND MAGNETIC PPCDERTIES OF AMCRPHOUS FE YISN(1-X) ALLOYS. BY RODMACQ,B.
PIECUChM. JANOTCHR. ET AL (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, NANCY,
FRANCE. LAB. DE PHYSIQUE DU LCLIDE) P 1911-23.
27. LCCAL MAGNETIZATICNS IN IMPURE THO-DIMENEIOAL ANTTFE.POMAGPETS. BY VAN LUIJKJ.A.
ARTS.A.F.M. DE WIJNH.H. (UTRECHT RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT, NETHE P 1963-93.
28. NEUTRON SCATTERING STUDY OF SPIN wAVES IN OrE-E.IMEN IONAL ANTIFER.CM SGNET CU.F(31. BY
SATIJA.S.K. AXEJ.D. SHIRANEG. ET AL (BRCCKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. Y.)
P 2001-7.
29. INDUCED STAGGERED MAGNETIC FIELDS IN ANTIFERRC AGNETS _MILECROQSCOP L HANIjH 9Y
GIORDANC,N. WOLFW.P. (PURDUE UNIV., WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 2008-26.
30. RENORMALIZATION-GROUP STUDIES OF ANTIFERROMAGNETIC CHAINS. I. NEAREST-NEIGHBOR
INTERACTIONS. BY RABIN,J.M. (STANFORD UNIV., CALIF. STANFORD LINEAR ACCELERATOR
CENTER) P 2027-37.

J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 72, NO. 3 (FEB 198C)
31. SURFACE TENSION OF A SIMPLE FLUID MANY 900Y POTENTIAL. BY GRANT,M. OESAI,R.C.
(TORONTO UNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1482-6.
32. STRUCTURAL RELAXATION TIME OF DI2)O-LIQUID WATER. BY ENDO,H. (NATIONAL DEFENSE
ACADEMY, YOKOSUKA, JAPAN. OEPT. OF APPLIED PHYSICS) P 1529-35.
33. STATISTICAL MECHANICS CF POLAR FLUIDS IN ELECTRIC FIELDS. BY HOYEJ.S. STELLG.
(TRONDHEIM UNIV., NORWAY. INST. FOR TEORETISK FYSIKK) P 1597-c13.
34. ELECTRON THERMALIZATION IN GASES. I. HELIUM. BY MOZUMDER,A. (NOTRE DAME UNIV., INO.
RADIATION LAB.) P 1657-64.
35. PRIMARY RADIATION PRODUCTS OF DL-TARTARIC ACID ESR AND ENOOR AT 4.2 K. 3Y
MOULTON,G.C. MCOEARMON,G. (FLORIDA STATE UNIV., TALLAHASSEE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS
P 1665-8.
36. INFRARED SPECTRA OF LIQUID AND SOLID HT AND HD IN MIXTURES WITH T(Z), BY SOUERS,PC.
FUENTES.J. FEARON,E.M. ET AL (CALIFQi.NIA UNIV., LIVERMORE. LAWRENCE LIVERMORE.. LAB.
P 1679-84.
37. SEMICLASSICAL STATISTICAL MECHANICS OF FLUIDS. II. AN IMPROVED MEAN FIELD EFFECTIVE PAIR
POTENTIAL. BY STRATTvR.M. (ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA. SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL SCIENCES)
P 1685-8.
38. DENSITY DISTRIBUTION IN A FLUID MONOLAYER AT A SOLID SURFACE. BY PRASAO,S.O.
TOXVAERDS. (COPENHAGEN UNIV., DENMARK. INST. FOR CHEM- TRY) P 1689-93.
39. TR MULTIPLE PHOTON DISSOCIATION OF FLUORINATED ETHANES AND ETHYLENES HF VIBRATICNAL
ENERGY DISTRIBUTICNS. BY QUICK,C.R.,JR. WITTIGC. B(ROCKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON,
N. Y. CHEMISTRY DEPT.) P 1694-700.
40. THE LIOUID-SOLID TRANSITION OF THE HARD SPHERE SYSTEM FROM UNIFORMITY OF THE CHEMICAL
POTENTIAL. BY ROBLEOO,A. (UNIVERSIDAD NATIONAL AUTONOMY DE MEXICO, MEXICO CITY.
FACULTAD DE QUIMICA) P 1731-1;.
41. QUADRUPOLAR DOUBLE TRANSITIONS S(1)(J)*S(0)(J) IN THE INFRARED FUNDAMENTAL BAND OF
MOLECULAR HYDROGEN AT 77 K. BY SEN,A. PRASAD,R.O.G. REODY,S.P. (MEMORIAL UNIV. OF
NEWFOUNDLAND, ST. JOHNS, CANADA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1716-21.
42. RAMAN STUDIES OF THE ORIENTATIONAL MOTIONS CF SMALL DIATOMICS DISSOLVED IN ARGON. BY
HANSONF.E. MCTAGUEJ.P. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 1733-40.
43. NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RELAXATION AND LOW TEMPERATURE MOLECULAR MOBILITY IN ORGANIC GLASSES.
BY MUELLER-WARMUTH,W. OTTEW. (MUENSTER UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER PHYSIKALISCHE
CHEMIE) P 1749-55.
44. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATIONS OF DEPOLARIZED RAYLEIGH SCATTERING FROM LIQUID ARGCN AT
THE TRIPLE POINT. BY LADO,A.J.C. LITOVITZ,T.A. CLARKEJ.H.R. WOODCOCKL.V.
CATHOLICC UNIV. CF AMERICA, WASHINGTON, 0. C. VITREOUS STATE LAB.) P 1759-63.
45. THE ANALYSIS CF MULTISITE SPECTRA. BY LABHARTM. MIKLOS,G. KELLER,J. WILD,U.P.
(EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE, ZURICH, SWITZERLAND. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LAB.)
P 1764-8.
46. MEASUREMENT OF ULTRASONIC RELAXATION TIME AND MEAN FREE PATH IN LIQUIDS, BY TAKAGI,K.
NEGISHIK. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. INST. OF INDUSTRIAL SCIENCE) P 18C9-12.
47. OIPOLE AUTOCORRELATION FUNCTIONS FOR RARE-GAS MIXTURES. BY WEISS,S. STRAUSS,H.L. (BEN
GURION UNIV. OF THE NEGEV, BEER SHEVA, ISRAEL. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 1813-6.
48. INTEGRAL-EQUATION THEORY FOR THE RADIAL DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION OF A HARD SPHERE FLUID IN
THE SEMICLASSICAL LIMIT. BY SINGH,N. SINHA,S.K. (BIHAR UNIV., MUZAFFARPUR, INDIA.
OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1962-7.
49. THE NOTION OF AN ALGEBRAIC INVARIANT AND THE RELATED BASIS CONCEPTS IN THE INVESTIGATION
OF CERTAIN PHYSICAL PROPERTIES. BY MEINKOEHN,0. (FREIE UNIV., BERLIN, GERMANY. INST.
FUER QUANTENCHEMIE) P 1968-71.
50. DIASTEREOSELECTIVE FORMATION ANO SYMMETRY PROPERTIES OF ETHANE DERIVATIVES IN THE
SEMIRIGID MOLECULAR MODEL. BY MEINKOEHND. (FREIE UNIV., BERLIN, GERMANY. INST. FUER
QUANTENCHEMIE) P 1972-84.
51. EVALUATION BY VIBRATIONAL SPECTROSCOPY CF THE RADIUS OF THE COORDINATION SPHERE OF IONIC
SOLUTIONS IN LIQUID HYDROGEN CHLORIDE. BY HUONG,P.V. DESBAT,B. (BORDEAUX-I UNIV.,
TALENCE, FRANCE. LAB. CE SPECTROSCOPIE INFRAROUGE ET RAMAN) P 1985-8.





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J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 72, NO. 3 (FEB 1980) (CONT.)
52. CATION TRANSPORT IN GASEOUS, CRITICAL, AND LIQUID BENZENE AND TOLUENE. BY HUANGS.S.-S.
FREEMAN,G.R. (ALBERTA UNIV., EDMONTON. CHEMISTRY OEPT.) P 1989-93.
53. AN ANALYTICAL APPROXIMATION FOR VIBRATIONAL RELAXATION. A STUDY OF THE P-H(2)*(41HE
SYSTEM. BY GROSJEANtA. JOLICARDG. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE,
BESANCON, FRANCE. FACULTE DES SCIENCES ET OES TECHNIQUES) P 2u84-95.
54. LASER INDUCED FLUORESCENCE STUDY OF THE DEACTIVATION OF N(2)* BY H(2)0, H(Z)S9 AND
CH(4). BY BASSH.E. HOTTMAN,S.D. 8AUERH.-J. (MISSISSIPPI UNIV., UNIVERSITY. DEPT.
OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 2113-9.
55. AB INITIO STUDIES OF THE GEOMETRY, ELECTRONIC SPECTRUM, AND VERTICAL IONIZATION
POTENTIALS OF OXYGEN DIFLUORIOE (F(2)O). BY VALENTAK.E. VASUDEVANK. GREIN#F. (NEW
BRUNSWICK UNIV., FREDERICTON. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 2148-54.
56. DIAGRAMMATIC PERTURBATION THEORY AN APPLICATION TO THE NITROGEN, CARBON MONOXIDE, AND
BORON FLUORIDE MOLECULES USING A UNIVERSAL EVEN-TEMPERED BASIS SET. BY WILSON,S.
SILVERD.M. (OARESBURY NUCLEAR PHYSICS LAB., WARRINGTON, ENGLAND. SCIENCE RESEARCH
COUNCIL) P 2159-65.

APPL. PHYS. LETT. VOL 36, NO. 4 (FEB 1980)
57. A NEW SURFACE-WAVE ACOUSTO-OPTIC TIME INTEGRATING CORRELATOR. BY BERG,N.J.
ABRAMOVITZI.J. LEE,J.N. CASSEDAYNM.N. (ELECTRONICS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT COMMAND,
ADELPHI, MD. HARRY OIAPOND LABS.) P 256-8.
58. EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE OF HYDRODYNAMIC INSTABILITIES IN LASER DRIVEN IMPLOSIONS. BY
KEY,M.H. LUNNEY,J.G. KILKENNYJ.D. LEE,R.W. (SCIENCE RESEARCH COUNCIL, CHILTON,
ENGLAND. RUTHERFORD LAB.) P 269-70.
59. EXPERIMENTAL TEMPERATURE AND TIME DEPENDENCE OF IMPLANTATIONS AL IN ZN. (77 K). BY
tEINONEN,J. ANTTILAtA. (HELSINKI UNIV., FINLAND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 271-2.
60. SEGREGATION AND INCREASED DOPANT SOLUBILITY IN PT-IMPLANTED AND LASER-ANNEALED SI
LAYERS. (77-620 K). BY CULLIS.A.G. WEBBER,H.C. POATEJ.M. SIMONS,A.L. (ROYAL
SIGNALS AND RADAR ESTABLISHMENT, MALVERN, ENGLAND) P 320-2.
61. LEAD ALLOY JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS WITH PB-BI COUNTERELECTROCES. BY LAHIRIvS.K.
BASAVAIAH,S. KIRCHER,C.J. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOHN HEIGHTS, N. Y.)
P 334-6.
62. STRESS EFFECTS IN SUPERCONDUCTING CU-V(3)GA IN SITU COMPOSITES. BY BEVK,J. HABBAL,F.
(HARVARD UNIV., CAMBRIDGE, MASS. DIV. OF APPLIED SCIENCES) P 336-8.

SCIENCE VOL 207, NO. 4435 (MAR 1980)
63. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY A FIVE-YEAR OUTLOOK. (EDITORIAL). BY ABELSONP.H. P 1033.
64. AN INTERFACE PHASE TRANSITION COMPLETE TO PARTIAL WETTING. BY MOLDOVERM.R.
CAHN,J.W. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, D. C. THERMOPHYSICS DIV.)
P 1073-5.

SCIENCE VOL 207, NO. 4436 (MAR 1980)
65. WORK ON U.S. OIL SANDS HEATING UP. BY PAUGH,T.H.,II P 1191-2.
66. GORDON RESEARCH CONFERENCES. BY CRUICKSHANK,A.M. (RHODE ISLAND UNIV., KINGSTON. DEPT.
OF CHEMISTRY) P 1229-61.

PHYS. LETT. A VOL 75, NO. 5 (FEB 1980)
67. LIGHT SCATTERING FROM A FLUID WITH A STATIONARY TEMPERATURE GRADIENT. BY VAN DER
ZWANG. MAZUR,P. (LEIDEN RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT, NETHERLANDS. INST. LORENTZ VOOR
THEORETISCHE NATUURKUNDE) P 370-1.
68. DERIVATION OF THE NCNLINEAR SIGMA-MODEL FPOM THE O(N) GINSBURG-LANDAU-WILSON MODEL IN
THE LOW-TEMPERATURE LIMIT. BY DIEHLH.W. (MUNICH UNIV., GERMANY. SEKTION PHYSIK)
P 375-8.
69. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF PARE EARTH-IRON SILICIDES. BY BRAUNH.F. (CALIFORNIA UNIV,, SAN
DIEGO, LA JOLLA. INST. FOR PURE AND APPLIED PHYSICAL SCIENCES) P 386-8.
70. ULTRASONIC ATTENUATION CF SURFACE ACOUSTIC WAVES IN A THIN FILM OF SUPERCONDUCTING
NB(3)SN. BY FREDRICKSENH.P. SALVO,H.L.,JR. LEVYM. ET AL (WISCONSIN UNIV.,
MILWAUKEE. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 389-91.
71. EFFECTS OF QUASIPARTICLE REDISTRIBUTION ON THE SURFACE IMPEDANCE OF SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY
SRIOHAR,S. HERCEREAUJ.E. (CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH., PASADENA) P 392-4.
72. SELF-HEATING-INDUCED PHENOMENA IN LONG REENTRANT FERROMAGNETIC THIN FILM
SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY OHARMADURAI,G. SATYA MURTHYN.S. (BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE,
BOMBAY, INDIA. NUCLEAR PHYSICS DIV.) P 395-7.
73. MAGNETIC-FIELC-INDUCED OISPLACIVE PHASE TRANSITION IN IV-VI COMPOUNDS. BY VOLKOVV,.L
LITVINOVV.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, CHERNOVTSY. INST. OF APPLIED
PROBLEMS IN MECHANICS AND MATHEMATICS) P 398-400.
74. THE FORCED MAGNETOSTRICTION OF NICKEL AT 4.2 K. BY HOELSCHERH. FRANSEJ.J.M.
(AMSTERDAM UNIV,, NETHERLANDS. NATUURKUNDIG LAB.) P 401-2.
75. ABSENCE OF MAGNETIC HYPERFINE FIELD ON (99)RU IN CHROMIUM. BY RAOG.N. PERETTO,P.
VENEGAS.R. ET AL (COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE, GRENOBLE, FRANCE. CENTRE D
ETUDES NUCLEAIRES) P 403-6.
76. XPS-SPECTRA OF THE VALENCE BANDS OF THE ACTINIDE INTERMETALLICS UPT AND THPT. BY
SCHNEIDER,W.D. LAUBSCHAT,C. (FREIE UNIV., BERLIN, GERMANY. INST. FUER ATOM- UND
FESTKOERPERPHYSIK) P 407-8.






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PHYS. LETT. A VOL 75, NC. 5 (FEB 1983) (CONT.)
77. ELECTRICAL CONDUCTION MECHANISM IN A POLYCRYSTALLINE SB(35)SE(65) SAMPLE. BY MEHRAvR.M.
SHYAMR. AGARWALS.C. HATHURP.C. (DELHI UNIV., INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND
ASTROPHYSICS) P 409-12.
78. MAGNETIC ORDERING IN GOH(3). BY CARLIN,R.L. CHIRICOR.O. JOUNG,K.O. ET AL (ILLINOIS
UNIV., CHICAGC. CEPT. CF CHEMISTRY) P 413-4.
79. OBSERVATION OF A NEW BRANCH OF ALFVEN-LIKE WAVES IN BI AT 30; GHZ. BY LEBECH,J.
SAERMARKK. BRAUNE,W. (TECHNICAL UNIV. CF DENtARK, LYNGBY. PHYSICS LAB. I) P 417-9.

PHYS. LETT. A VOL 75, NO. 6 (FEB 1980)
80. ON HEAT FLUCTUATIONS NEAR A CRITICAL POINT. BY PEREZ-GARCIAC. JOUDO. (UNIVERSIOAD
AUTONOMY DE BARCELONA, SPAIN. DEPT. DE TERMOLOGIA) P 469-73.
81. NON-NEWTONIAN EFFECT ANC NORMAL STRESS EFFECT IN CRITICAL FLUIDS. BY ONUKI,A.
KAWASAKIK. (KYUSHU UNIV., FUKUOKA, JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 485-7.
82. VORTEX OIPOLES IN A VISCOUS FLUID. BY AZ9EL,M.YA. (BELL TELEPHONE LABS., MURRAY HILL,
N. J.) P 488-90.
83. SHIFT OF THE CRITICAL TEMPERATURE OF A THIN FERROMAGNETIC FILM UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF
LASER LIGHT. BY WOJTCZAK.L. MIELNICKI,J. MRYGONB. (LCDZ UNIV., POLAND. INST. OF
PHYSICS) P 493-5.
84. DERIVATION OF THE DIELECTRIC LOSS FORMULA (A THEORY OF DIELECTRIC RELAXATION IN GLASSY
SYSTEMS). BY MAKAYA,G. (GABORONE UNIV., BOTSWANA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 513-5.

JPN. J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 19, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
85. ANNEALING STUDY OF ELECTRON TRANSPORT IN SLIGHTLY NEUTRON-IRRADIATED GRAPHITE. BY
KAWAMURAsK. OSHIPA.H. TSUZUKU,T. (NIHCN UNIV., TOKYO, JAFAN. COLL. OF SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY) P 5-10.
86. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF THE AMORPHOUS ALLOY SYSTEM (FE(1-X)NI(X))(77)SI(10)B(13). BY
GOTOM. TOKUNAGAtT. TANGEtH. HAMATAKEtT. (EHIME UNIV., MATSUYAMA, JAPAN. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 51-4.
87. DISACCOMMODATION OF AMORPHOUS MAGNETIC ALLOY FE(5)CO(70)SI(10)B(15), BY MATSUYAMAT.
OHTA,K. KAJIURAP. TERANISHI,T. (AOYAMA GAKUIN UNIV., TOKYO, JAPAN. COLL. OF SCIENCE
AND ENGINEERING) P 55-8.
88. FUNDAMENTAL ABSORPTION EDGE IN CDIN(2)S(4). BY NAKANISHI,H. (SCIENCE UNIV. OF TOKYO,
JAPAN. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 103-8.
89. VARIABLE RANGE HOPPING ASSISTED TUNNELING IN PB-SB DOPED SI SCHOTTKY TUNNEL JUNCTION.
BY SUZUKIM. (SAGA UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 115-20.
90. ESTIMATION OF THE INTRA-BAND RELAXATION TIME IN UNDOPED ALGAAS INJECTION LASER. BY
YAMADA,M. ISHIGURO,H. NAGATO,H. (KANAZAWA UNIV., JAPAN. OEPT. OF ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING) P 135-42.
91* A POLARIZED PROTON AND DEUTERON TARGET FOR PRECISE POLARIZATION MEASUREMENT. BY
HIRAMATSU.S. ISAGAWAsS. ISHIMOTOS. ET AL NATIONALL LAB. FOR HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS,
IBARAKI, JAPAN) P 161-7.
92. ELECTRON BEAM EVAPORATOR FOR IN SITU DEPOSITION STUDIES OF REFRACTORY METAL THIN FILMS
IN UHV ELECTRON MICROSCOPE. BY MORIK.-I. KOBAYASHIK. TAKAYANAGIK. ET AL (TOKYO
INST. OF TECH., JAPAN) P 183-9.
93. MICROWAVE-INDUCED VORTEX MOTION IN LONG JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS. BY HAMASAKI,K. YOSHIDAK.
IRIEF. ET AL (KYUSHU UNIV., FUKUOKA, JAPAN. OEPT. OF ELECTRONICS) P 191-8.
94. INFRARED SPECTRA CF AMORPHOUS AS(2)S(3) FILMS DEPOSITED AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES. BY
TOHGEN. KIMCTOM. MINAMIT. TANAKA,M. (OSAKA PREFECTURE UNIV., JAPAN. COLL. OF
ENGINEERING) P 213-4.
95. EFFECTS OF SUBSTRATE TEMPERATURE ON THE FORMATION OF THIN CR FILMS. BY IMURAT. (NIHON
UNIV., TOKYO, JAPAN. OEPT. OF APPLIED PHYSICS) P 215-6.
96. ROOM TEMPERATURE OPERATION OF THE INGAASSB/ALGAASSB OH LASER AT 1.8 MUM WAVELENGTH~ BY
KOBAYASHI,N. HORIKOSHI.Y. UEMURA,C. (NIPPON TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE PUBLIC CORP.,
TOKYO, JAPAN. MUSASHINO ELECTRICAL COMMUNICATION LAB.) P L30-2.
97. ELASTIC COMPLIANCE ANOMALIES IN K(2)SEO(4). BY KUOO,S. IKEDA,T. (TOHOKU UNIV.,
SENDAI, JAPAN. DEPT. OF APPLIED PHYSICS) F L45-f.

C. R* HEBDo SEANCES ACAD. SCI. SER. B VOL 289, NO. 16 (DEC 1979) (IN FRENCH)
98. DEFORMATICN MECHANISMS CF SOLID SOLUTIONS FE-NI TO TEMPERATURES BETWEEN 77 AND 500 K.
SOFTENING PHENOMENA LINKED TC THE SOLUTE. BY CARONsP. CIZERON,G. (PARIS UNIV., ORSAY,
FRANCE. LAB. DE STRUCTURAL DES MATERIAUX ET METALES) P 309-12.

LETT. NUOVO CIMENTO VOL 26, NO. 17 (DEC 1979)
99. ARE LARGE CONCENTRATION OF ATOMIC H STORABLE IN TRITIUM-IMPREGNATED SOLID IN H2I) 3ELOW
0.10 K. BY ROSENsG. WEBELER,R.W.H. (OREXEL UNIV., PHILADELPHIA, PA.) P 579-85.

ACTA PHYS. POL. A VOL 56, NO. 6 (DEC 1979)
100. IDEAL THERMAL RESISTIVITY AND LORENTZ NUMBER OF ALKALI METALS; BY SHARMA,P.K.
PRAKASHJ. MEHROTRA,K.h. (ALLAHABAD UNIV., INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 755-64.
101. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THERMAL AND ELECTRIC CONDUCTIVITY OF BRASS ALLOYS OF
DIFFERENT ZINC CONCENTRATION IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 4-300 K. BY WLOSEWICZ,0.
BARTKOWSKIK. RAFALOWICZJ. (POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, WROCLAW. INST. OF LOW
TEMPERATURE AND STRUCTURE RESEARCH) P 779-86.






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102. QUANTUM CHEMICAL STUDY CF INTERNAL ROTATIONS IN LIQUID CRYSTAL MOLECULES. BY KUGLERS.
NARAY-SZABOG. (TECHNICAL UNIV., BUDAPEST, HUNGRY. INST. OF PHYSICAL QUANTUM THEORY)
P 69-76.

SOV. PHYS. JETP (ENGL. TRANSL.) VGL 50, NO. 2 (AUG 1979)
103. CONCENTRATIONAL FERRO-ANTIFERROMAGNETIC TRANSITIONS IN SYSTEMS BASED ON FE. BY
GOMANKOVV.I. MOKHCVe.N. NOGIN,N.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MCSCOW.
BAROIN CENTRAL SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH INST. OF FEcROUS METALLURGY) P 317-22.
104. DILATOMETPIC INVESTIGATION OF CRITICAL PHENOMENA IN THE FERROELECTRIC PHASE TRANSITION
IN ANTIMONY SULFOIOCIDE SBSL. BY ZISMAN.A.N. KACHINSKII,V.N. LYAKHOVITSKAYAV.A.
STISHOV,S.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF HIGH TEMPERATURES)
P 322-7.
105. ON THE ROLE OF ELECTRON-ELECTRON COLLISIONS IN THE FORMATION OF NONEQUILIBRIUM
DISTRIBUTIONS IN SUPERCCNCUCTORS. BY ARONOVA.G. SPIVAKB.Z. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE USSR, LENINGRAD. INST. CF NUCLEAR PHYSICS) P 328-9.
106. INVESTIGATION OF THE RESONANCE PROPERTIES OF ELECTRONS LOCALIZED ABOVE LIQUID (3)HE AND
(4)HE. BY EOELMAN,V.S. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICAL
PROBLEMS) P 336-48.
107. THE CYCLOTRON FREQUENCY SHIFT FOR ELECTROhS LOCALIZED AT THE SURFACE OF LIQUID HELIUM.
BY SHIKINV.B. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS)
P 361-9.
108. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF PURE LEAD CRYSTALS AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY MEZAHOV-DEGLINL.P.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 369-79.
109. ANTIFERRO'AGNETIC RESONANCE IN HEMATITE WITH SN(44) IMPURITY, (1-300 K). BY
KOTYUZHANSKII,B.YA. MA;YSHKO,M. PROZORCVA,L.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR,
MOSCOW. INST. OF CRYSTALLOGRAPHY) P 386-91.

DOKL. AKAD. NAUK, 8. SSR, SER. FIZ. VOL 23, NC. 11 (1979) (IN RUSSIAN)
110. THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES CF NIOBIUM GERMANIDES. BY MALETZ,G.A. (BREST CONSTRUCTION
ENGINEERING INST., BELCRUSSIAN SSR) P 994-5.

UKR. FIZ. ZH. (RUSS. ED.) VOL 24, NO. 12 (DEC 1979)
111. THE FARADAY EFFECT AND THE ELECTRON GAS MAGNETIZATION IN SEMICONDUCTORS. BY SIZOVF.F.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. CF SEMICONDUCTORS) P 1622-6.
112. LAYERED SANDWICH-TYPE STRUCTURES WITH ORGANIC DIELECTRIC POSSIBLE NEW CLASS OF
QUASI-TWO-DIMENSICNAL CCNCUCTORS. BY GVOZDEVA.E. (KHARKOV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR)
P 1856-65.
113. RESONANT SECONDARY EMISSION OF ANTHRACENE CRYSTALS IN THE EXCITON ABSORPTION REGION. BY
AAVIKSOO,YA.YU. SAARI,F.M. TAMM.T.B. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE ESTONIAN SSR, TARTU.
INST. OF PHYSICS) P 1873-81.
114. ELASTIC NORMAL NAVES PROPAGATION IN BARIUP TITANATE PIEZQCERAMICS AND IN LITHIUM NIOBATE
AT TEMPERATURE OF +20 TO -19C DEGREES C. BY BURLIIP.V. KUCHEROV,I.YA. PERGA,V.M.
KHOMENKO.S.V. (KIEV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR) P 1882-5.
115. CERTAIN GAS AND GASE LATTICE DYNAMICS PARAMETERS DETERMINED FROM THE DATA OF X-RAY
DIFFRACTOMETRIC STUDIES. BY KOVTUNvV.M. MIKHALCHENKO,V.P. (CHERNOVITS STATE UNIV.,
UKRAINIAN SSR) P 1891-3.
116. STRUCTURAL OPTICAL ABSORPTION OF COS CAUSED BY INTRODUCTION OF DISLOCATIONS AT LOW
TEMPERATURE. BY SALKOV.E.A. TARBAEV,N.J. SHEPELSKIIG.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF SEMICONDUCTORS) P 1908-9.

UKR. FIZ. ZH. (RUSS. EC.) VOL 25, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
117. NEGATIVE MAGNETORESISTANCE OF GRAPHITES WITH SMALL-SIZED BLOCKS. BY SEMENTSOVYU.I.
KOZELV.D. MIKHAILOV.I.G. KHARKOV,E.I. (KIEV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSRI P 55-60.
118. ISOTHERMAL EQUATION CF STATE FOR DENSE LIQUIDS ANC GASES. I. ONE-COMPONENT SYSTEMS. BY
SYSOEVV.M. (KIEV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR) P 123-30.
119. INVESTIGATION OF CEEP LEVELS IN HIGH RESISTANCE F-SILICON. BY CHEREDNICHENKO,G.A.
KURILC.P.M. SHERSHELV.A. LITOVCHENKOP.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR,
KIEV. INST. OF NUCLEAR STUDIES) P 131-3.
120. FINE STRUCTURE OF GASE EXCITON SPECTRA. EY BOIKOsS.A. TEREKHOVAS.F. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF SEMICONDUCTORS) P 14P-2.

SOLID STATE CCMMUN. VOL 33, NO. 1 (JAN 1990)
121. CHARGE TRANSFER CHANGE WITH PRESSURE IN TTF-TCNQ (TETRATHIOFULVALENE
TETRACYANOQUINODIPETHANE). BY CONWELLE.M. (XERCX CORP., WEBSTER, N. Y. WEBSTER
RESEARCH CENTER) P 17-9.
122. LOW TEMPERATURE THERMAL EXPANSION OF CSNICL(3). BY RAYNE,J.A. COLLINSJ.G. WHITEG.K.
(CARNEGIE-MELLON LNIV., PITTSBURGH, PA.) P 39-42.
123. PARAMAGNETIC ANISOTROPY OF Y(ER)AL(2). BY HOENIGH.E. VOITMANN.R. (FRANKFURT UNIV.,
GERMANY. PHYSIKALISCHES INST.) P 43-5.
124. CALCULATION OF THE FREQUENCY SPECTRUM OF PHONONS IN SUPERCONDUCTORS AS A FUNCTION OF THE
SPECIFIC HEAT. (IN FRENCH). BY JUNOD,A. (GENEVA UNIV., SWITZERLAND. DEPT. OE
PHYSIQUE DE LA MATIERE CONDENSEE) P 55-8.






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SOLID STATE COMMUNE. VOL 33, NO. 1 (JAN 1980) (CONT.)
125. MAGNETIC FIELD EFFECT ON THE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF A HEISENBERG FERROMAGNET
CUK(2)CL(4).2H(2)0 NEAR THE CRITICAL POINT. BY GALKINA.A. DYAKONOVV.P. FITA,I.M.
TSINTSADZEG.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, DONETSK. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST.) P 83-5.
126. ULTRASONIC PROPERTIES OF SUPERCONDUCTING AMORPHOUS PDZR. BY WEISS,G. ARNOLD,W.
DRANSFELD.K. GUENTHEROCT,H.J. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER FESTKOERPERFORSCHUNG, STUTTGART,
GERMANY) P 111-4.
127. DOMAIN WIDTH FROM FERROMAGNETIC RESONANCE IN SINGLE CRYSTAL NICKEL FILMS. BY MITRAD.P.
(PRESIDENCY COLL., CALCUTTA, INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 123.
128. EFFECTS OF HYOROGENATICN CN THE THERMOPCWERS OF PDNI AND PDCO ALLOYS. BY FOILESC.L.
(MICHIGAN STATE UNIV., EAST LANSING. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 125-8.
129. ANOMALOUS BEHAVIOUR OF THE ANTI-STOKES--STOKES INTENSITY RATIO FOR ONE-MAGNON RAMAN
SCATTERING FEF(2). EY 9ATESP.A. COTTAM,M.G. SMITHS.R.P. (SCIENCE RESEARCH COUNCIL,
CHILTON, ENGLAND. RUTHERFORE LAB.) P 129-32.
130. EFFECT CF CHEMISORPTION ON SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF THIN METAL FILMS. BY AGRANCVICH,V.M.
KRAVTSOVV.E. MALSHUKOV,A.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, TROITSK. INST. OF
SPECTROSCOPY) P 137-40.
131. EVIDENCE FOR A NEW PHASE TRANSITION IN RB(2)ZNCL(4) BY RAMAN SCATTERING. BY FRANCKEE.
LE POSTCLLECI. PATHIEUJ.P. POULETH. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE,
PARIS, FRANCE. DEPT. DE RECHERCHES PHYSIQUES) P 155-6.
132. TIME-RESOLVED SPECTRA CF SPONTANEOUS LUMINESCENCE FROM HIGH DENSITY ELECTRON-HOLE PLASMA
IN COS. BY YOSHIDA,H. SAITOH. SHIONOYA,S. TIMOFEEV,V.B. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN.
INST. FOR SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 161-5.

SOLID STATE CCMMUN. VOL 33, NO. 3 (JAN 1980)
133. STUDIES ON CO(0.83)(PT(C(2)0(4))(2)). 6H(2)0 AT MICROWAVE FREQUENCIES. (40-110 K). BY
PEDERSENH.J. UNDERHILLA.E. (TECHNICAL UNIV. OF DENMARK, LYNGBY. PHYSICS LAB. III)
P 289-92.
134. MAGNETIZATION OF AMORPHOUS ALLOYS DEVIATIONS FRCM SPIN WAVE THEORY AT LOW
TEMPERATURES. BY BHAGAT,S.M. SPANOM.L. CHENH.S. RAOK.V. (MARYLAND UNIV., COLLEGE
PARK. CEPT. CF PfYSICS) P 3C3-7.
135. RESONANT RAMAN EFFECT IN TLBR FORBIDDEN ONE-PHONON AND INTERVALLEY SCATTERING AT THE
DIRECT EXCITON. BY STOLZ,H. VON DER OSTEN, W. (GESAMTHOCHSCHULE PADERBOSN, GERMANY.
FACHBEREICH NATUPhISSENSCHAFTEN I) P 319-22.
136. STEADY OSCILLATORY STATES OF A FINITE JOSEPHSON JUNCTION. BY MARCUS,P.M. IMRYY. (IBM
RESEARCH LAB., ZURICH, SWITZERLAND) P 345-9.
137. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES CF SOME RARE EARTH MONOXIDES LNO (LN = PR, ND, SM) MIXED VALENCE
STATE OF SMO. BY KRILLG. RAVET,M.F. KAPPLERJ.P. ET AL (STRASBOURG UNIV., FRANCE.
LAB. LOUIS PASTEUR) P 351-3.
138. CRITICAL FIELD AND SPECIFIC HEAT OF THE ANISOTROPIC SUPERCONDUCTOR NB(3)S(4). BY
BIBERACHER,W. SCHWENK,H. (BAYERISCHEN AKADEMIE CER WISSENSCHAFTEN, GARCHING/MUENCHEN,
GERMANY. ZENTRALINSTITUT FUER TIEFTEMPERATURFORSCHUNG) P 385-7.

SOLID STATE CCMMUN. VOL 33, NO. 6 (FEB 1980)
139. SPECIFIC HEAT OF A TRANSFCRMING V(3)SI CRYSTAL. BY HUANG,C.C. GOLOMAN,A.M. TOTH,L.E.
(MINNESOTA UNIV., MINNEAPOLIS. SCHOOL CF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 581-4.
140. FUNCTIONAL DERIVATIVE OF T(C) WITH ALPHA(2)(OMEGA)F(OMEGA) FOR AN ANISOTROPIC
SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY DAAMSJ.M. CARBOTTEJ.P. (TORONTO UNIV., ONTARIO. CEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 585-7.
141. HIGH FREQUENCY CUT-OFFS IN SUPERCONDUCTIVITY THEORY. BY LEAVENSC.R. FENTON,E.W.
(NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA, OTTAWA, ONTARIO. DIV. OF PHYSICS) P 597-601.
142. ON THE ROLE OF AMPLITUDE FLUCTUATIONS IN THE D=l ANISOTROPIC LANDAU MODEL. BY
BATISTICI. BARISIC,S. (ZAGREB UNIV., YUGOSLAVIA. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 603-6.
143. A NEW PSEUDO-ONE-CIMENSIONAL SUPERCONDUCTOR TL(2)MO(6)SE(6). BY ARMICIJ.C.
DECROUXM. FISCHERO. ET AL (GENEVA UNIV., SWITZERLAND. DEPT. DE PHYSIQUE DE LA
MATIERE CONDENSEE) P 607-11.
144. RELAXATION TIMES AND LCW-TEMPERATURE SPECIFIC HEAT OF THE QUADRUPOLAR GLASS. BY
KLENINM.A. (NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV., RALEIGH. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 631-4.
145. TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE DEPENDENCE OF THE NON-LINEAR PROPERTIES OF NBSE(3). BY
RICHARD,J. MONCEAUP. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, GRENOBLE, FRANCE.
CENTRE DE RECHERCHES SUR LES TRIES BASSES TEMPERATURES) P 635-9.
146. AN ANALYSIS OF THE WOLFSBERG-HELMHOLZ RELATION, BY MORENO,M. (SANTANDER UNIV., SPAIN.
FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS) P 649-51.
147. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF X.MNO. (-X)(19TEQO2).PBO) GLASSES. BY ARDELEANI. ILONCAGH.
PETEANU,M. POP,D. (CLUJ UNIV., NAPOCA, ROPANIA. FACULTY OF PHYSICS) P 653-5.
148. CRITICAL CURRENT BEHAVIOR IN LOCALLY ILLUMINATED SUPERCONDUCTING LEAD STRIPS. BY
VANNESTEC. GILABERT,A. SIBILLOTP. OSTROWSKY,0.8. (NICE UNIV., FRANCE. LAB. DE
PHYSIQUE DE LA MATIERE CONDENSEE) P 671-4.
149. ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES CF WO(3) POWDERS. BY BENCI,S. MANFREDIM. SALVIATI,G.C. (PARMA
UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO DI FISICA) P 679-82.
150. EXCITON TRANSITIONS FROM SPIN-ORBIT SPLIT OFF VALENCE BANDS IN LAYER COMPOUND INSE. BY
KUROOAN. MUNAKATA,I. NISHINA,Y. (TOHOKU UNIV., SENOAI, JAPAN. RESEARCH INST. FOR
IRON, STEEL AND OTHER METALS) P 687-91.






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J. PHYS. CHEM. VOL 84, NO. 4 (FEB 198C)
151. EMISSION SPECTRUM OF FLUOROBROMOCARBENE IN SOLID ARGON AT 12 K. BY MILLERJ.C.
ANDREWS.L. (VIRGINIA UNIV., CHARLOTTESVILLE. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) F 401-3.


SECTION II. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

CRYOGENICS VOL 20, NC. 3 (MAR 1980)
152. A NOVEL HE(3) HE(4) DILUTION REFRIGERATOR WITH SUPERFLUID HME4) CIRCULATION, BY
SEVERIJNSA.P. (PHILIPS RESEARCH LABS., EINOHOVEN, NETHERLANDS) P 115-21.
153. BACK DIODE AMPLIFIERS FCR USE AT LOW TEMPERATURE. BY MOSS,F.E. (MISSOURI UNIV., ST.
LOUIS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 122-4 (MISSOURI UNIV., ST. LOUIS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS).
154. AN ANALOGUE DIGITAL DOUBLE INTEGRATION JCULEMETER FOR AC LOSS MEASUREMENT IN
SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNETS. BY JANSAK,L. CHOVANEC,F. (JOINT INST. FOR NUCLEAR RESEARCH,
DUBNA, USSR. HIGH ENERGY LAB.) P 125-6.
155. APPLICATION OF GAS OSCILLATICN IN A TUBE TO PRESSURIZATION IN A LIQUID HELIUM STORAGE
VESSEL. BY ODA,Y. NAGANCH. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. INST. FOR SOLID STATE PHYSICS)
P 127-6.
156. AUTOMATIC MULTI-RANGE HELIUM-LIQUEFACTICN PLANT. BY KNEUER,R. PETERSEN,K. STEPHAN,A.
LINEE AG, HOLLRIEGELSKREUTH/MUENCHEN, GERMANY. WERKSGRUPPE TVT MUENCHENI P 129-32.
157. CALCULATION OF THE DENSITY OF LIQUID RADCN. BY HERREMANW. (LOUVAIN UNIV., KORTRIJK,
BELGIUM. FAKULEIT DER wETENSCHAPPEN) P 133-4.
158. SIMPLE STRUCTURE INSULATING MATERIAL PROPERTIES FOR MULTILAYER INSULATION. 3Y
MATSUDAA. YOSHIKIYO.H. (NIPPON TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE PUBLIC CORP., TOKYO, JAPAN.
ELECTRICAL CCMMUNICATICN LABS.) P 135-8.
159. COOL-DOWN OF SUPERCONDUCTING POWER TRANSMISSION LINES WITH SINGLE PHASE HELIUM. BY
JONES,M.C. NATIONALL BLREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO. THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES
DIV.) P 139-45.
160. ABOUT THE PROPAGATION VELOCITY IN SUPERCONDUCTING COMPOSITES. BY TURCKB. (LOS ALAMOS
SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. MEX.) P 146-53.
161. IDENTIFICATION OF DIFFERENT IMPERFECTIONS BY MEASLREMENT OF THERMAL RESISTIVITY IN HIGH
PURITY COPPER. BY GROEGERV. (VIENNA UNIV., AUSTRIA. TIEFTEMPERATURPHYSIK) P 151-2.
162. ON THE CHOICE OF TUBE LENGTHS AND DIAMETERS IN A HE(3)-HE(4) DILUTICN REFRIGERATION
SYSTEM. BY VAN HAERI'GENW. (PHILIPS RESEARCH LABS., EINDHOVEN, NETHERLANDS) P 153-7.
163. RESISTIVITY OF SOLID MERCURY. BY RYAN.E.A. JACKSONJ.J. LWIN,Y.N. (ARGONNE NATIONAL
LAB., ILL.) P 158-60.
164. PRELIMINARY PCWER TESTS OF A SUPERCONDUCTING ALTERNATOR. BY BRUNET.Y. MAZUER,J.
RENARDM. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, GRENOBLE, FRANCE. CENTRE DE
RECHEWCHES SUR LES TRES BASSES TEMPERATURES) P 161-2.
165. COMMENT ON THE RESULTS CF INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE EFFECT OF LOCAL HEAT DISSIPATION IN
MULTIFILAMENT SUPERCONDUCTORS ON THEIR STABILITY. (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY
VERINGA,H. (EURCFEAN ATOMIC ENERGY COMMUNITY, PETTEN, NETHERLANDS. NETHERLANDS ENERGY
RESEARCH FOUNCATICN) P 163-4.
166. OPPORTUNITIES FOR MINIATURE CRYOCOOLER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. (LETTER FROM THE
EDITOR). P 164-5.
167. ROTOR TESTS SHOW PROMISE. BY SCURLOCK,R.G. (SOUIHAMPTON UNIV., ENGLAND. CRYOGENIC
GROUP) P 166.

LINDE BER. TECH. wISS. NO. 46 (DEC 1979) (IN GERMAN)
168. THE PRODUCTION OF HIGH PRESSURE OXYGEN. BY SPRINGMANN,H. P 3-7.
169. ORGANIC RANKINE CYCLE THROUGH THE CONVERSION OF WASTE HEAT AND SOLAR HEAT TO MECHANICAL
ENERGY. BY CORNEILLE,H.-P. HAAF,S. P 28-36.

PHYS. TECHNOL. VOL 11, NO. 1 (JA' 1980)
170. FUTURE PROSPECTS FOR GEOTHERMAL ENERGY. BY ARMSTEADH.C.H. P 2-7.

CHEM. ENG. NEhS VCL 58, NO. 10 (MAR 1980)
171. INTENSIVE R AND 0 EFFORTS PAY OFF AT EXXON. BY SCHRIESHEIMA. P 38-9.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 11 (MAR 1980)
172. CONFEREES BREAK DEADLOCK ON SYNTHETIC FUELS. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 24.

CHEM. WEEK VOL 12 NO. 11 (MAR 1980)
173. DOE WEIGHING FUNDING FOR PILOT GAS PLANT. P 23.
174. KILNGAS PROCESS WILL BE DEMONSTRATED IN ILLINOIS. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 47.

PROCESS ENG. (FEB 1980)
175. HOLLOW FIBRE GAS SEPARATION PROCESS. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 35.
176. THE ART OF FLOW MEASUREMENT A SILVER JUBILEE REVIEW. BY HUNTtL. P 67+69.

MATER. ENG. VCL 91, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
177. METRIC REVISIONS. (CHANGE IN DESIGNATION FOR LITER). P 6+11.
178. NEW WELDING PROCESS JOINS 9 PERCENT-NICKEL STEEL. P 30.






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MET. PROG. VOL 117, NO. 4 (MAR 1980)
179. STAINLESS ELECTRODES KEYED TO CRYOGENICS. P 77.

STRENGTH MATER. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 11, KO. 5 (MAY 1979)
180. CRACK RESISTANCE OF 15KH2NMFA STEEL IN THE -196 TO 500 DEGREES C TEMPERATURE RANGE
DETERMINED FROM THE RESULTS OF TESTING SAMPLES CUT FROM PRESSURE VESSEL SHELLS. BY
VAINSHTOK,V.A. MAISTRENKCA.L. NADEZHOING.N. ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. IhST. OF STRENGTH PROBLEMS) P 452-6.
181. INFLUENCE OF STRESS RAISERS ON THE STRENGTH CF 12KH18NIOT STEEL WITH COOLING DOWN TO 4.2
K. BY NOVIKOVN.V. GCROCYSKIIN.I. ULYANENKO,A.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. CF SUPERHARD MATERIALS) P 512-4.
182. DIVISION CF COLD-BRITTLENESS CURVES OF HARDENED AND TEMPERED STEEL. BY RYBIN,V.V.
MOROZOVA.M. NIKCLAEVV.A. LITVINOV,E.N. P 525-32.
183. ALL-UNION SCIENTIFIC-TECHNICAL CONFERENCE ON FAILURE OF METALS AND WELDED STRUCTURES AT
LOW TEMPERATURES. (CONFERENCE REPORT). BY KOVALCHUK.B.I. LEBEDEVA.A. NADEZHDING.N.
STRIZHALO,V.A. P 551-4.

RADIAT. EFF. VOL 44, NO. 1-4 (1979)
184. FACILITY FOR ION IMPLANTATION IN SAMPLES COLDER THAN 0.5 K. BY FREITAGK. (BONN UNIV.,
GERMANY. INST. FUER STRAHLEN- UND KERNPHYSIK) P 185-90.

IND. RES. OEV. VOL 22, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
185. MAJOR REDUCTION IN ELECTRIC ENERGY STORAGE COSTS. P 97-8.
186. VAST SAVINGS PROMISED IN PRODUCING MAGNETS FOR FUSION RESEARCH. P 100-1.
187. BIGGER PAY CHECKS, LESS BUYING POWER FOR PEOPLE IN R ANO 0. BY JONES,R.R. (EDITOR)
P 105-9.
188. WHERE WE ARE GOING IN ENERGY RESEARCH DURING THE 1980S. BY SCHORR,J.R. (BATTELLE
COLUMBUS LABS., OHIO. CEPT. OF ENERGY ANC ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY) P 112-7.

CERN (EUR. ORGAN. NUCL. RES.) COURIER VCL 20, NO. 1 (MAR 1980)
189. KARLSRUHE NEW RESULTS WITH SUPERCONDUCTING CAVITIES. P 20-1.

IBM TECH. DISCLOSURE BULL. VOL 22, NO. 10 (MAR 1980)
190. MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUE FCR LARGE ARRAYS CF JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS. BY BROOM,R.F. P 4714-6.
191. HIGH DENSITY SOLID-STATE SOURCE OF HYDROGEN FCR FUSION PELLETS. BY FREEOUF,J.L.
WOODALLJ.M. P 4762.
192. IMPROVED DEVICE FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC MASK AND WAFER PROTECTION. BY CHENG,S. CHIUY.F.
CUOMOJ.J. DERRD.B. P 4765-7.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 991, NO. 1 (FEB 1980)
193. CRYOGENIC REFRIGERATION FOR VEHICLES. BY TYREEL.,JR. PATENT NO. 4,186,562.
194. ELECTRICAL LEAD FCR CRYOGENIC DEVICES. BY PARMERJ.F. (GENERAL DYNAMICS CORP., SAN
DIEGO, CALIF.) PATENT NO. 4,187,387.
195. DIELECTRIC-LOADED WAVEGLIDE CIRCULATOR FCR CRYOGENICALLY COOLED AND CASCADED MASER
WAVEGUIDE STRUCTURES. BY CLAUSS,R.C. OUINNR.B. PATENT NO. 4,187,470.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 991, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
196. APPARATUS FOR RELIQUEFYING BOIL-OFF NATURAL GAS FROM A STORAGE TANK. BY SELCUKCGLUY.A.
HUSAIN,M. HANKE,C.C.,JR. (CHICAGO BRIDGE ANO IRCN CO., OAK BROOK, ILL.) PATENT NO.
4,187,689.
197. LIQUID NITROGEN ItVEL INDICATOR. BY GOLDEN,S.P. JENNINGS,C.T. (SECRETARY OF THE ARMY,
WASHINGTON, D. C.) PATENT NO. 4,187,723.
198. SAFETY INSER: FOR STORAGE VESSELS OF LOW-BOILING LIQUIFIEO GASES. BY SCHRAWER.R.
OIEHL,W.K. RINGELSTEINH.M. (MESSER GRIESHEIM G.M.B.H., FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY)
PATENT NO. 4,187,956.
199. MARINE STRUCTURE. BY VIGANDER,K. (A/S HOYER-ELLEFSEN, OSLO, NORWAY) PATENT NO.
4,188,157.


SECTION III. ENERGY AND MISCELLANEOUS

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NC. 10 (MAR 1983)
200. INTEREST BUILDING IN COAL-BASED SYNFUELS. P 50-2.
201. CEQ SYNFUELS PRODUCTION POSES SERIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS. P 51.
202. DETECTING INTERNAL HYDROGEN ATTACK. BY MAGGARDM.G. (GETTY REFINING AND MARKETING CO.,
EL DORADO, KANS.) P 90-4.

OIL GAS J. VCL 78, NO. 11 (MAR 198J)
203. U.S., EUROPE DUE NIGERIAN LNG IN 1984 OR 1985. P 65.
204. EFFECTIVE SULFUR PLANT OPERATION CRITICAL. BY LIEBERMANN.P. (AMOCO OIL CO., CHICAGO,
ILL.) P 155-60.
205. PROBLEMS OF LOW-PRESSURE GAS GATHERING SYSTEMS PROBED. BY RANEYtD.R. (LONE STAR GAS
CO., DALLAS, TEX. ENGINEERING DEPT.) P 165-6+168+173.
206. USING LNG COLD ENERGY MCRE EFFICIENTLY. BY OIL AND GAS JOURNAL P 174-6181-2.





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CHEM. ENG. (N.Y.) VOL 87, NO. 5 (MAR 1980)
207. CAPITAL EXPENDITURES TO MEET U.S. SYNFUELS GOALS WILL TOTAL 250 BILLION DOLLARS. (A
BRIEF REPORT). P 69.
208. THE DEPT. OF ENERGY HAS MADE A CHOICE ON MEDIUM-BTU COAL GASIFICATION. (A BRIEF
REPORT). P 72.
209. JOINING THE COAL-GASIFICATION BANDWAGON. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 75.

IND. ENG. CHEM. PROD. RES. DEV. VOL 19, NO. 1 (MAR 1980)
210. WIDE-TEMPERATURE RANGE SYNTHETIC HYDROCARBON FLUICS. BY BRENNAN,J.A. (MOBIL RESEARCH
DEVELOPMENT CORP., PAULSBORO, N. J.) P 2-6.
211. HYDROCARBONIZATION OF CCAL IN A FLUIDIZED BED. BY YOUNGBLOODE.L. COCHRANH.O..JR.
WESTMORELAND,P.R. ET AL (OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LAB., TENN. CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY DIV.)
P 29-34.
212. ALTERNATIVE MODES OF PROCESSING SRC IN AN EXPANDED BED LC-FINER TO PRODUCE LOw NITROGEN
DISTILLATES. BY CHILLINGWORTH,R.S. HASTINGS,K.E. POTTS,J.D. UNGERH. (CITIES
SERVICE CO., TULSA, OKLA. TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT DEPT.) P 34-8.

GAS ENG. MANAGE. VOL 20, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
213. 8IOGAS. BY PANKHURSTE.S. (BRITISH GAS CORP., LONDON, ENGLAND. RESEARCH STATION)
P 3-14.
214. R AND D MEANS BUSINESS. BY READER,R. JOLLIFFEV.C. (BRITISH GAS CORP., LONDON,
ENGLAND. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DIV.) P 25-35.

EROOEL EROGAS Z. VOL 96, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
215. NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE FIELD OF PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES A REVIEW ON THE 10TH WORLD
PETROLEUM CONGRESS IN BUCAREST. BY GROSS,E.A. (ROHOEL-AUFSUCHUNGS G.o.B.H., VIENNA,
AUSTRIA) P 19-23.

BRENNST. WAERME KRAFT VCL 32, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
216. A CONTRIBUTION TO THE THERMODYNAMICS OF HEATING. I. BY BAEHR,H.D. P 9-15.
217. THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPLY OF NATURAL GAS DEMAND IN SOUTH BAVARIA, ESPECIALLY THE
REGIONAL SUPPLY. BY OOLINSKI,U. LABAHN,K.-D. P 31-4.

INSTRUM. TECHNOL. VOL 27, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
218. COAL CONVERSION INSTRUMENTATION IS IT BUSINESS AS USUAL, BY KRIGMANA. P 9-23.

ENERGY POL. VCL 8, NO. 1 (MAR 1980)
219. MODELLING UK ENERGY DEMAND TO 2000. BY THOMAS,S.D. (SUSSEX UNIV., BRIGHTON, ENGLAND.
SCIENCE POLICY RESEARCH UNIT) P 17-37.
220. THE DECONTROL OF L.S. CIL PRODUCTION. BY RENSHAW,E.F. (STATE UNIV. OF NEW YORK,
ALBANY. DEPT. OF ECONOMICS) P 38-49.
221. U.S. LAND USE AND ENERGY POLICY ASSESSING POTENTIAL CONFLICTS. BY DOWALLD.E.
(CALIFORNIA UNIV., BERKELEY. INST. OF URBAN AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT) P 50-60.

THE SCIENCES VOL 20, NC. 2 (FEB 1980)
222. ENERGY EXCHANGE. BY WEINBERGA.M. LOVINS,A.B. F 12-7.





SUBJECT INDEX FOR CURRENT AWARENESS LIST NO. 699


SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE

Chemistry 102

Crystal Structure and Lattice Properties
14, 15, 18, 22, 23, 26, 59, 62, 70, 73, 74,
79, 84, 85, 92, 95, 97, 98, 99, 104, 112,
114, 115, 122, 131, 133, 149

Fluid Properties and Structjre
3, 7, 8, 13, 14, 23, 31, 32, 33, 34, 36, 37,
39, 40, 41, 42, 44, 46, 47, 48, 50, 51, 52,
53, 54, 55, 56, 58, 64, 67, 81, 82, 99, 106,
107, 118, 151, 157

Magnetic Properties and Materials
26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 72, 73, 74, 75, 78, 83,
86, 87, 103, 104, 117, 123, 125, 127, 134,
137, 147

Mossbauer Effect and Resonances
4, 35, 43, 106, 107, 109, 127

Optical Properties
8, 10, 12, 13, 36, 39, 41, 42, 45, 51, 54,
55, 60, 67, 76, 88, 90, 94, 96, 111, 113,
116, 120, 129, 131, 132, 135, 150, 151

Polymers 112, 121


PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

Semiconductors
9, 60, 90, 94, 96, 111, 115, 116, 119, 132

Sorption 38, 130

Superconductors
2, 19, 20, 21, 61, 62, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72,
89, 93, 105, 110, 112, 121, 124, 126, 130,
136, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 145, 148,
154, 159, 160, 164, 1b5, 167, 186, 189, 190

Superfluidity 1, 16, 17, 152

Thermal Properties of Solids
24, 25, 122, 124, 138, 139, 144

Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and
Transport Process
3, 5, 6, 7, 23, 31, 32, 33, 37, 40, 44, 47,
48, 49, 50, 52, 56, 57, 58, 64, 68, 80, 81,
82, 91, 102, 110, 146

Transport Properties of Solids
9, 11, 19, 77, 85, 100, 101, 108, 117, 119,
128, 161, 163

Other 63, 66


SECTION II AND III. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING AND ENERGY


Aerospace Safety 168, 198

Energy
58, 65, 99, 159, 164, 169, 170, 172, 173,
174, 185, 186, 188, 191, 193, 196, 200 thru
222

Equipment and Devices
153, 159, 164, 165, 167, 186, 189., 190, 194,
195

Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and
Production
156, 168, 175


Heat and Mass Transfer
1, 58, 155, 159, 165, 206


Hydrogen 99, 202

Insulation 158


LNG and Methane
172, 173, 174, 196, 198, 199, 200, 201, 203,
204, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213,
216, 217, 218

Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
62, 92, 97, 98, 160, 178, 179, 180, 181,
182, 183, 192, 202

Metrology and Instrumentation
57, 91, 92, 153, 154, 176, 177, 184, 191,
192, 197, 218

Refrigeration
20, 152, 162, 166, 193, 196, 206

Storage and Handling 155, 196, 198, 199


Other 171, 187, 214


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