A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service

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A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service
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Current awareness list
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Cryogenic Data Center
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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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SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

SOV. J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 5, NO. 7 (JUL 19791
1. ACOUSTIC MODES IN A SUPER.EAK WAVEJUIDE FILLED WITH A SUPERFLUID HE(3)-HE(4) MIXTURE.
BY KARCHAVA,T.A. KEKUTIYA,SH.E. SANIKIDZE,C.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE GEORGIAN
SSR, TBILISI. INST. OF PHYSICS D 329-3Z.
2. ELECTRICALLY CONTROLLED JOSEPHSON ELEMENTS, 9Y BEVZAYU.G. KARAMJSHKD,V.I.
KELMANE.A. ET AL (ACADEMY 3F SCIENCES CF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKCV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 332-7.
3. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND PHONON SPECTRUM OF THE BISMUTH-THALLIUM SYSTEM. BY SVISTUNOV,V.M.
DTKIIA.P. DYACHENKO,a.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, DONETSK.
PHYSIC3TECHNICAL INST.I P 337-41.
4. SURFACE IMPEDANCE OSCILLATIONS OF THIN CONDUCTOFS IN THE RADIO FRcEUENCY RANSE. 9Y
KIRIC-4ENKO,O.V. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOJ. PHYSICOTECHNICA.
INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 342-6.
5. SHAPE 3F ELECTRON-HOLE DROPS I A MAGNETIC FIELD. BY BYCHKOV,YU.A. IORDAFISKII,S.V.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 347-51.
6. STATIC SKIN EFFECT ANO TRANSVERSE ELECTRON FOCUSING IN TUNGSTEN CRYSTALS WITH ATOMICALLY
CLEAN SURFACES. BY BDZHKO,S.I. MITRYAEV,A.A. PANHENKO,0.A. ET AL (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIE'. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 351-4.
7. THEORY OF LOW-TEMPERATU E AND FREQUENCY DEPENDENCE OF ANOMALOUS KINETIC EFFECTS IN
FERROMA;NETI; MATERIALS. 3Y VEJYAEVS A.V. SHILOV,V.E. (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR)
P 354-7.
8. STABILITY OF THE MAGrNTIC JHASES OF ANTIFERROMAGNETS IN A HIGH-FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELD.
BY GERASIMCHUK,V.S. GOROBETS,YU.I. (DONETS STATE JNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR) P 358-60.
9. NONLINEAR MAGNETIZATION WAJES OF AN ANTIFERROMAGNET. SY BARYAKHTAR I.V. IVANOV,B.A.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHAPKOV. PHYSICOTECHNI;AL INST. OF LOW
TEMPERATURES) P 361-6.
10. INCREASED LUMINESCENCE OF THE QUASI-ONE-0IMENSIONAL ANTIFERROMAGNET CSMNCL(3)-2HI210 IN
A MAGNETIC FIELD. BY BRON,R.YA. EREMENKO,V.V. MATYUSHKIN,E.J. SIAPIRO,V.V. (ACADEMY
0 SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SiR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES)
P 367-73.
11. THE INFLUENCE OF ANILINE I'NTERCALATION ON THE TEMPERATURE DEPENDENT OF NOP IN PBL(2).
BY LYFAR,i.L. RYABCHENKO,S.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST.
OF PHYSICS) P 370-2.
12. THE SPECIFIC HEAT OF LAYERED STRUCTURES. BY ANDERSE.E. SUKHAREV5KII,3.YA.
SHESTACHENKO,L.S. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHA KOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST. ;F LOW TiMPERATURES) P 373-8.
13. LOw-TEMPERATJRE STATISTICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MOVING DISLOCATIONS. BY VYDASHENKO,V.N.
LANDAU.A.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.
OF LOw TEMPERATURES) P 37i-84.
14. THE VIYAMIC BEHAVIOR OF THE ORDER PARAMETER OF SUPERCONDUCTORS. 3Y MAKEEVA.I.
MITSAI,YU.N. (SIMFEROPOL STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSRI P 385-6.
15. SJPERCONDUCTIVITY IN THE PALLADIUM-HYDROGEN SYSTEM AT TEMPERATURES BELOW 1.5 K. BY
GINOOMA'J, .B. ZHERIKHriA,L.N. INYUSHKIN,A.V. (ACADEMY GF SCIENCES OF THE USSR,
MOSCOw. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 387-8.
16. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF TE LATTICE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF CERTAIN SOLID SOLUTIONS
BASED ON TITANIUM, VAN AOIU1, A DO TANTALUM AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY ZLOBINTSEV,G.M.
ILIEV,L.B. KOZINETSV.V. :T AL (KHARKOV STATE UNIV.. UKRAINIAN SSRI P 38-9.
17. INVESTIGATION OF THE rLECTrICAL RESISTIVITY OF BISMUTH CRYSTAL WHISKERS UNDER TENSION.
BY GAIDUKOV,YU.P. DANILOVA,N.P. 3HCHERBINA-SAMOILOVA,M.B. (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., JSSR)
P 390-1.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 44, NO. 12 (MAR 1980)
18. UNIVERSAL RATIOS AMONG CORRECTION-TO-SCALING AMPLITUDES AND EFFECTIVE CRITICAL
EXPONENTS. BY AHARONY,A. AHLERSG. (TEL AVIV UNIV., RAMAT AVIV, ISRAEL. DEPT. Or
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 782-5.
19. UNIVERSAL RATIOS AMONG CORRECTION-TO-SCALING AMPLITUDES ON THE COEXISTENCE CURVE. BY
CHANG,1.-C. HOUGHTON,A. (BR3HN UNIV., PROVIDENCE, R. I. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 785-8.
20. NMR IN MAGNETICALLY ORDERED SOLID (3)IE. BY ACAMS,E.D. SCHU3ERT,E.A. HAAS,G.E.
BAKALYAR,O.M. (FLORIDA UNIV., GAINESVILLE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 789-92.
21. NUCLEAR ANTIFERROMAGNETIC RESONANCE IN SOLID (3)HE. BY OSHEROFF,O.D. CROSS,M.C.
FISHER,D.S. (BELL TELEPHONE LABS., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 792-5.
22. COIL-GLOBULE PHASE TRANSITION IN A SINGLE POLYSTYRENE CHAIN IN CYCLOHEXANE, SY
SWISLOW,G. SUN,S.-T. NISHIO,I. TANAKA,T. (MASSACHUSETTS INST. O0 TECH., CAMBRIDGE.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 796-8.
23. NEW PAIRING STATE AND PARTIAL DESTRUCTION OF PAIRING IN ANTIFESRP.MAGNETIC
SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY MACHI3A,K. NOKURA,K. MATSUBARA,T. KYOTOO UNIV., JAPAN. DE"T. OF
PHYSICS) P 821-3.

J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 72, 0. 4 (FEB 1980)
24. RAMAN S'ECTRA OF THE 0-H AND 3-3 STRETCHING VIBRATIONS OF ICES II AND IX TO 25 K AT
ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE. 3Y 3ERTIEJ.E. FRANCIS,B.F. (ALBERTA UNIV., EDMONTON. DEPT. OF
CHEMISTRY) P 2213-21.





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J. CHEM. PHYS* VOL 72, NO. 4 (FEB 1980) (CONT.)
25. MOLECULAR CALCULATIONS OF MOMENTS OF THE INDUCED SPECTRA FOR N(2), 0(2), AND CO(2). BY
STEELE,W.A. BIRNBAUM,G. (PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV., UNIVERSITY PARK. DEPT. OF
CHEMISTRY) P 2250-9.
26. VIBRATIONAL ENERGY RELAXATION IN LIQUIDS. BY VELSKOS. OXTO3YD.W. (CHICAGO UNIV.,
ILL. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 2266-3.
27. AN ESR STUDY AT 77 K OF THE BROMINE ATOM AND THE N-BR(-)SIGMA(*) RADICAL IN X-IRRADIATED
N-BROMJSUCCINIMIDE SINGLE CRYSTALS. BY MUTO,H. KISPE*T,L.O. (GOVERNMENT INDUSTRIAL
RESEARCH INST., NAGOYAs JAPAN) P 23J0-9.
28. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATIONS AT CONSTANT PRESSURE AM0/OR TEMPERATURE, BY
ANDERSEN,H.C. (STANFORD UNIV., CALIF. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 2384-93.
29. MONTE CARLO CALCULATIONS OF THE EQUATION OF STATE OF THE SQUARE-WELL FLUID AS A FUNCTION
OF WELL WIDTH. BY HENOERSON,0. SCALISE,O.H. SMITH,W.R. (IBM RESEARCH LAA., SAN JOSE,
CALIF.) P 2431-8.
30. THE BINDING ENERGY OF IODINE-RARE GAS VAN DER WAALS MOLECULES. BY BLAZY,J.A.
DEKOVENB.M. RUSSELLT.D. LEVY,D.H. (CHICAGO UNIV., ILL. JAMES FANCK INST.)
P 2439-44.
31. THE ELECTRONIC CHEMICAL POTENTIAL AND THE H ATOM IN THE H(2) MOLECJLE. 3Y PALKE,W.E.
(CALIFORNIA UNIV., SANTA BARBARA. DEPT, OF CHEMISTRY) P 2511-4.
32. RAYLEIGH-BRILLOUIN SCATTERING AND STRUCTURAL RELAXATION OF POLYSTYRENE-CYCLOHEXANE
SOLUTIONS. BY LEMPERT,W. WAM3,C.H. (UTAH UNIV., SALT LAKE CITY. OEPT. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 2570-7.
33. ROTATIONAL RAMAN INTENSITIES AND THE MEASURED CHANGE WITH INTERNUCLEAR DISTANCE OF THE
POLARIZA3ILITY ANISOTROPY OF H(2), 0(2), N(2), 0(2)t AND CO. 3Y ASAWAROENGCHAI,C.
ROSENBLATT,G.M. (PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV., UNIVERSITY PAPK. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 2664-9.
34. EQUILIBRIUM PROPERTIES OF MOLECULAR FLUID MIXTURES. 9Y SHUKLA,KP. SINGHtY. (BANARAS
HINDU UNIV., VARANASI, INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 2719-32.
35. A MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATION OF DEPHASING IN LIQUID NITROGEN. II. EFFECT OF THE PAIR
POTENTIAL ON DEPHASING, BY LEVESQUE,D. WEIS,J.-J. OXTOBY,O.W. (PARIS-XI UNIV.,
DRSAY, FRANCE. LAB. DE PHYSIQUE THEORIQUE ET HAUTES ENERGIES) P 2744-9.
36. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS STUDIES OF ORIENTATIONAL AND COLLISION-INDUCED LIGHT SCATTERING IN
MOLECULAR FLUIDS. BY FRENKEL,3. MCTAGUE,J.P. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES. DEPT.
OF CHEMISTRY) P 2801-18.
37. THE POLARIZABILITY OF H(2) IN TIE TRIPLET STATE, BY HJNT,K.L.C. 3JCKINGHAl,A.3.
(MICHIGAN STATE UNIV., EAST LANSING. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 2832-4:.
38. ELECTRON TRANSPORT IN GASEOJS, CRITICAL, 3ND LIOUTr 39EZENE AND TJL'jEFE. BY
HUANG,S.S.-S. FREEMAN,G.R. (ALBERTA UNIV., EDMONTON. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 2849-55.
39. LOW TEMPERATJRE SPECIFIC HEAT OF Y(6)MN(27)I BY BLACKLOCK,K. WHITE,H.W. HARDMAN,K.
JAMES,W.J. (MISSOURI UNIV., O3LUMBIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 2883-4.

APPL. PHYS. LETT. VOL 36, NO. 5 (MAR 1980)
40. THE CAPACITANCE OF DEGENER4TE-SEMI:ONDUCTOR SCHOTTKY BARRIERS AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY
STOECKLY8., (CALIFOPNIA UNIV., SANTA BARBARA. DEPT. OF MECHANICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL
ENGINEERING) P 384-5.
41. ON A PROPOSED JOSEPHSON-EFFECT JOLT-LE S T:NDA r AT ZERO CURR'JT BIA;. BY KAUTZ,R.L.
(NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO. ELECTROMAGNETIC TECHNOLOGY 3IV.)
P 386-8.

J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 51, NO. 2 (FE3 198;)
42. EFFECT OF HYOR)GEr4 ON THE T EMPL;iJ q TURE DEPJ ENDENC_.. E _OF Tr _T _STIC CO'iSTANTS '.F VA4ADAIUM.
SINLE CRYSTALS. (1L.4-AC2 K). 3Y TEX. DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) P 1014-21.
43. YOUNG MODULJS OF POLYCrY3rTLLIN- Nr3j( (SN BE-TWEEN 4.2 AND 303 K. 3Y BUSS3IERE,J.F.
WELCH,0.O. SUENAGAM. (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. Y.) P 1024-3;.
44. AN ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY- IU3Y F THPE A_15 34 3 GFSuiTlRTER _. IPNTEQFACE. BY ANTON3VSKY,A.
TOTHL.E, BRADFORD,9. GOLDMAN,A. (MINNESOTA UNIV., MINNEAPOLIS. 3DET. OF CHEMICAL
ENGINEERING AND MATERIALS SCIENCE) P 1111-5.
45. FLUX PINNING BY CPYSTALLIN PReCIPITATES IN AN AMONHDIUj SJPI. rCDJCTIN:, MATRIx. K Y
CLEMENS,8.M. JOHNSON,W.L. BENNETTJ. (CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH., PASADENA. W.M. KECK
LAB. OF ENGINEERING MATERIALS) P 1116-22.
46. FIELD )EPENDENT CHANGE OF T E R I TI CL Cu- EN r T DEt.SITY IN iNEUT Oj I; fEA I TEO A 15
SUPLE.CON3UCTOPS WITH GRAIN BOUNJDA. RY_ PIN _NNG. BY KUEPFER,H. MEIER-HIRMER,R.
REICHERT,T. (KERNFORSCHUN;SZENTRUM KARLS:UHE, GERMANY. INST. FUER TECHNISCHE PHYSIK)
P 1121-6.
47. MEASU REENTS OF ACOUSTIC VLLOC ITY AND ATTENTUATION S':I;T3 AT THE 3P N-RE=iQRTENTATIG'J
HASE TRANSITION OF TMF5O(3), BY GORDDETSKY,G. S-TRIKMAN,S. (BEN-GURION UNIV. OF THE
NEGEV, 3EER SHEVA, ISRAEL. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1127-3C.
48. REPLY TO COMMENT ON __ARQ.G T0ArFEP. L T.AL/9PLDLEi__JCONJAT AND T E VALIITy OF
CONTACT CHARGE SPECTROSCOPY, BY COTTRELLG.A. LOWELL, J RCSE-I 'JP.SA. (MANCHESTER
JNIV., ENGLAND. INST. OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) 3 1253.







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SCIENCE VOL 207, NO. 4437 (MAR 1983)
49. NEUTRAL BEAM HEATING IN THE PRINCETON LARGE TORUS. BY GRISHAML.R. (PRINCETON UNIV.,
N. J. PLASMA PHYSICS LAB.) P 13C1-9.
50. MINING COULD INCREASE PETROLEUM RESERVES. BY MAUGH,T.H.,II P 1334-5.
51. MASS MEASUREMENT AT THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS A REVISION. BY SCHOONOVER,R.M.
DAVISR.S. BOWERV.E. (NATIONAL 3UREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, D. C. CENTER FO0
ABSOLUTE PHYSICAL QUANTITIES) P 1347-8.

SCIENCE VOL 208, NO. 4439 (APR 1986)
52. ZERO--WHAT DOES IT MEAN. BY BRADLEY,M.H. (AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS,
WASHINGTON, 0. C. WASHINGTON OFFICE DIRECTOR) P 7.
53. IS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING TRAINING ADEQUATE. BY CARTER,L.J. P 35-6.
54. MAGNETIC FIELD OF A NERVE IMPULSE FIRST MEASUREMENTS. BY WIKSWO,J.P.,JR. BARACH,J.P.
FREEMANJ.A. (VANDERBILT UNIV., NASHVILLE, TENN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY)
P 53-5.

RECHERCHE VOL 11, NO. 108 (FE3 1980) (IN FRENCH)
55. SNAPSHOT OF VORTEX NETWORKS IN SUPERFLUID HELIUM. BY D HUMIERES,0. P 198-2C0.
56. ANOTHER STEP FORWARD TO WATER PHOTOLYSIS, SOURCE OF HYDROGEN. 3Y LEHN,J.-M. P 233-5.

PHILOS. TRANS. R. SOC. LONDON VOL 295, NO. 1414 (FE3 1980)
57. 3HOTOLYSIS OF WATER FOR H(2) PRODUCTION WITH THE USE OF BIOLOGICAL AND ARTIFICIAL
CATALYSTS. BY HALLD0.O. ADAMSM.W.W. MORRIS,P. RAOK.K. (KINGS COLL., LONDON,
ENGLAND. DEPT. OF PLANT SCIENCE) P 473-6.

Z. PHYS. 8 VOL 36, NO. 4 (1980)
58. THE INTERFACE IN A GINS3URG-LANDAU-WILSON MODEL DERIVATION OF THE DRUMHEAD MODEL IN
THE LOW-TEMPERATURE LIMIT. BY DIEHL,H.W. KROLL,D.M. WAGNER,H. (MUNICH UNIV.,
GERMANY. SEKTION THEORETISCHE PHYSIK) P 329-34.
59. THE DYNAMICAL RENORMALIZATION GROUP FOR MASTER EQUATIONS APPLICATION TO THE TIME
DEPENDENT GINZBURG-LANDAU MODEL AND THE TWO DIMENSIONAL KINETIC ISING MODEL. BY
DEKERU. HAAKEF. (BASEL UNIV., SWITZERLAND. INST. FUER THEORETISCHE PHYSIK) P 379.

NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN VOL 67, NO. 2 (JAN 1980)
63. JEAT PIPES THEORY AND APPLICATIONS. (IN GERMAN). BY GROLL,M. (STUTTGART UNIV.,
GERMANY. INST. FUER KERNENERGETIK UND ENERGIESYSTEME) P 72-9.

Z. NATURFORSCH. TEIL A VOL 34, NO. 12 (DEC 1979)
61. INFRARED ABSORPTION OF PURE DICHLOROMETHANE MEASURED UP TO HIGH PRESSURES AND
TEMPERATURES. (IN GERMAN). BY BUBACK,M. FRANCKE.U. LENDLEH. (KARLSRUIHE UNIV.,
SERMANY. INST. FUER PHYSIKALISCHE CHEMIE UND ELEKTROCHEMIE) P 1489-95.

J. PHYS. (PARIS) VOL 41, SUPPL. 8 (1979)
62. NONLINEAR SOUND INTERACTION IN SUPERFLUID SOLUTIONS. BY KHOKHLOV,R.V. PUSHKINAN.I.
(MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR) P 239-42.

C. R. HEBO. SEANCES ACA9. SCI. SER. 9 VOL 293, NO. 2 (JAN 1980) (IN FRENCH)
63. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN A SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CONDUCTOR (TMTSF)(2)PF(6). 3Y JE1OMEC.
MAZAUO,A. RIBAULT,M. 3ECHGAAROK. (PARIS UNIV., ORSAY, FRANCE. LAB. DE PHYSIQU- DES
SOLIDS) P 27-9.

C. R. HEB3. SEANCES ACAI. SCI. SER. C VOL 293, NO. 3 (JAN 198a) (IN FRENCH)
64. A PARADOX IN THE VIRIAL THEOREM APPLIED TO AROMATIC ANO NON-AROMATIC SYSTEMS. BY
BLAISE,P. HENRI-ROUSSEAU,.O (ORAN UNIV., ALGERIA. INST. OES SCIENCES EXACTES) P 69.

J. PHYS. SOC. JPN. VOL 47, NO. 6 (DEC 1979)
65. MAGNETOELECTRIC EFFECT OF FE(3)0(4) AT 77 K. I. EXPERIMENT AND CRYSTAL SYMMETRY. 3Y
SIRATORI,K. KITAE. KAJIG. ET AL (OSAKA UNIV., JAPAN. FACULTY OF SCIENCE)
P 1779-87.
66. MAGNETOELECTRIC EFFECT OF FE(3)0(4) AT 77 K. II. ELECTRIC FIELD DEPENDENCE OF MAGNETIC
ANISOTR3PY, BY KITAE. SIRATORI,K. KOHNK. ET AL (OSAKA UNIV., JAPAN. FACULTY OF
ENGINEERING SCIENCE) P 1788-96.

ACTA PHYS. POL. A VOL 57, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
67. DOMAIN STRUCTURE PARAMETERS IN A UNIAXIAL FE.POMAGNETIC SUPEDCONDUCTCR. BY
KASPERCZYK,J. KOZLOWSKIG. ROMEJKO,-. TEKIEL,P. (PEZAGOGIC UNIV., CZESTOCHOWA,
POLAND) P 17-26.

ZH. EKSP. TEOR. FIZ. (RUSS. ED.) VOL 78, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
68. HYDRODYNAMICS OF DEFECTS IN CONDENSED MEDIA IN T-E CONCRETE CASES OF VORTEXES IN
ROTATING HELIUM-LI AND OF 3ISCLINATIONS IN A PLANAR MAGNETIC SUBSTANCES. 3Y
VOLOVIK,G.E. DOTSENKO.V.S. P 132-48.







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ZH. EKSP. TEOR. FIZ. (RUSS. ED.) VOL 78, NO. 1 (JAN 1980) count. )
69. THEORY OF RESIDUAL RESISTANCE IN A METALLIC BI-CRYSTAL. BY NABEREZHNYKM,V.P.
SINOLITSKYV.V. FELDMAN,E.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, DONETSK.
INST. OF ENGINEERING PHYSICS) P 165-79.
73. SUPERCONDUCTING QUANTUM INTERFEROMETER IN A MAGNETIC FIELD. BY ZHARKOV,G.p.
ZAIKIN,A.O. P 206-20.
71. THEORY OF PURE SHORT MICROJUNCTIONS S-C-S AND S-C-N. BY ZAITSEV,A.V. P 221-33.
72. STABILITY OF BOSE SPECTRA OF SUPERFLUID SYSTEMS OF THE HE3 TYPE. BY 9BUSOV,P.N.
POPVV.N. (POLYTECHNIC INST., LENINGRAD, USSR) P 234-45.
73. VANDERWAALS MOLECULAR DIMERS (HE3)2 IN SOLUTIONS OF THE QUANTUM LI3UIDS HE3-HE II. BY
BASHKIN,E.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS TECHNOLOGY)
P 360-75.

HIGH TEMP. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 17, NO. 3 (MAY-JUN 1979)
74. VISCOSITY OF KRYPTON SY THE VIBRATING DISK METHOD. BY TIMROTJ.L. TRAKTUEVA,S.A.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF HIGH TEMPERATURES) P 421-5.
75. SECOND VIRIAL COEFFICIENT OF MULTIPLE GASES. BY SPURLING,T.H. LOS,V.I. (COMMONWEALTH
SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANIZATION, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA. APPLIED
CHEMISTRY LAB.) P 442-4.

FIZ. MET. METALLOVED. (RUSS. ED.) VOL 49, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
76. PHASE EQUILIBRIA AND SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES OF NIOBIUM-TIN-COPPER ALLOYS. BY
PAN,V.M. LATYSHEVA,V.I. LITVINENKO,YE.N. ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN
SSR, KIEV. INST. OF METAL PHYSICS) P 199-231.

THIN SOLID FILMS VOL 65, NO. 2 (JAN 1980)
77. APPROXIMATE ANALYTICAL EXPRESSIONS FOR THE RESISTIVITY AND TCR OF THIN MONOCRYSTALLINE
METALLIC FILMS. BY TELLIER,C.R. PICHARDC.R. TOSSER,A.J. (NANCY-1 UNIV., FRANCE.
LAB. D ELECTRICITY) P LI-2.

THIN SOLID FILMS VOL 65, ND. 3 (FEB 1980)
78. INVESTIGATION OF INTERFACIAL REACTIONS IN THIN FILM COUPLES OF ALUMINUM AND COPPER BY
MEASUREMENT OF LOW TEMPERATURE CONTACT RESISTANCE. BY RAYNE,J.A. SHEARERM.P.
BAUERC.L. (CARNEGIE-MELLON JNIV., PITTSBURGH, PA. CENTER FOR JOINING MATERIALS)
P 381.

ASTA CRYSTALLOGR. SECT. B VOL 36, PT. 2 (FEB 1980)
79. THE STRUCTURE OF AMMONIUM PERTECHNETATE AT 295, 2C8 AND 141 K. BY FAGGIANI,R.
LOCK,C.J.L. POCE,J. (MCMASTER UNIV., HAMILTON, ONTARIO. INST. FOR MATERIALS RESEARCH)
P 231-3.
80. LOW-TEMPERATURE ORDERING OF HYDROGEN ATOMS IN CAHPO(4) (MONETITE) X-RAY AND NEUTRON
DIFFRACTION STUGY AT 145 K. BY CATTI,M. FERRARISG. MASON,S.A. (TURIN UNIV., ITALY.
ISTITUTO MINERAL CRISTALLOGRAFIE E GEOCHIMICA) P 254-8.
81. THE STRUCTURES OF HIGH-SPIN (298, 150 KI AND LOW-SPIN (93 K) STATES AND THE SPIN
PHASE-TRANSITION MECHANISM OF A SPIN CROSSOVER COMPLEX,
TRIS(ALPHA-PICOLYLAMINE)-IRON(II)CHLORICE-ETHANOL. BY MIKAMIM. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. INST. FOR SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 275-86.
82. NEUTRON DIFFRACTION REFINEMENT OF PARTIALLY DELTERATED BETA-L-ARABINOPYRANDSE ANO
ALPHA-L-XLYOPYRANOSE AT 123 K. BY JEFFREY,G.A. ROBBINS.A. MCMULLAN,R.K. TAKAGI,S.
(PITTS;URGr UNIV., PA. OEPT. OF CRYSTALLOGRAPHY) o 373-6.

J. NON-CRYST. SOLIDS VOL 35-6, PT. 1 (JAN-FEB 198C)
83. INTERACTION EFFECTS ON LOW TEMPERATURE HOPPING. BY POLLAK,M. (CALIFORNIA UNIV.,
RIVERSIDE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 63-d.
84. HIGH ELECTRIC FIELD CONDUCTION AND MAGNETORESISTANCE IN A-GE AT 4.2 K. BY YOSHIDA,A.
NAKASHIMA.S. IEDAM. (NAGOYA UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 421-6.

PHYS. STATUS SOLIDI A VOL 56, NO. 2 (DEC 1979)
85. INVESTIGATION OF PINNING AT GRAIN BOUNDARIES IN PB-IN ALLOYS. BY VINNIKOV,L.YA.
ZHARIKOV,O.V. P 433-42.
86. ON THE THERMAL STABILITY AND THE ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF AMORPHOJS TH-FE ALLOYS. BY
BUSCHOW,K.H.J. BEEKMANS,N.M. (PHILIPS RESEARCH LABS., EINDHOVEN, NETHERLANDS)
P 5J5-12.
87. INVESTIGATIONS OF THE CURRENT DENSITY DISTRIBUTION IN NB-NBO(X)-PB TUNNEL JUNCTIONS. BY
KOEHLERH.-J. MUELLER,U. WEBER,P. BLUETHNER,K. (FRIEDRICH-SCHILLER-UNIV., JENA, EAST
GERMANY. SEKTION PHYSIK) P 521-6.
88. MAGNETIC DISACCOMMODATION BETWEEN 33 AND 300 K IN LOW-TEMPERATURE NEUTRON-IRRADIATED
CARBON-03PED IRON. BY OUNLEAVY,L.H. BLYTHE,H.J. (SHEFFIELD UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 669-78.

PHYS. STATUS SOLID B VOL 96, NO. 2 (DEC 1979)
89. PSEUDOHARMONIC EFFECT OF PHONONS IN ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY. BY MALINOWSKA-ADAMSKA,C.
WOJTCZAKL. (TECHNICAL UNIV. OF LODZ, POLAND. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 697-732.







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PHYS. STATUS SOLIDI 8 VOL 97, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
90. C'.iCULATIONS OF THE PROPERTIES OF SJPERCONDUCTING ALLOYS VIA THE AVERAGE T-MATRIX
APPROXIMATION. AN APPLICATION TO THE BINARY SUBSTITUTIONAL NBMO ALLOY SYSTEM. BY
CHATTERJEEP. (INDIAN ASSOC. FOR THE CULTIVATION OF SCIENCE, CALCUTTA. DEPT. OF
GENERAL PHYSICS AND XRAYS) P 273-85.
91. LOW TEMPERATURE RESISTIVITY OF AMORPHOUS FE-NI BASED ALLOYS. BY GREGOR,V. KADLECOVAJ.
(CZECHOSLOVAK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, PRAGUE. INST. OF PHYSICS) P K49-52.

SOLID STATE COMMON. VOL 33, NO. 4 (JAN 1980)
92. RAMAN SPECTRA OF CONOUCTINS TN~a SALTS, ESTIMATION OF THE DEGREE OF CHARGE TRANSFER FROM
VIBRATIONAL FREQUENCIES. BY MATSUZAKI,S. KUWATA,R. TOYODA,K. (KJMAMOTO UNIV., JAPAN.
DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 403-5.
93. NMR STUDY OF CHEVREL PHASE SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY SANON. TANIGUCHI,T. ASAYAMAK.
(KWANSEI GAKUIN UNIV., NISHINOMIYA, HYOGO, JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 419-21.
94. GALVANOTHERMOMAGNETIC INSTABILITY IN 81. BY KOPYLOV,V.N. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
USSR, CHERNOGOLOVKA. INST. OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 427-8.
95. ELECTRON EFFECTIVE MASSES AND LATTICE SCATTERING IN NATURAL DIAMOND. BY NAVA,F.
CANALIC. JACOBONIC. ET AL (MODENA UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO DI PISICA) P 475-7.

SOLID STATE COMMON. VOL 33, NO. 5 (FEB 198G)
96. EXCITED STATES OF BOUND EXCITONS IN ZNO. BY SCHREYH. KLINGSHIRNC. (KAPLSRUHE UNIV.,
GERMANY. INST. FUER ANGEWANDTE PHYSIK) P 485-8.
97. NEUTRON DIFFRACTION INVESTIGATION OF THE MAGNETIC ORDERING OF TI9E(2). 9Y RAK4ECHA,V.C.
FELCHER,G.P. SINHAS.K. ET AL (ARGONNE NATIONAL LA. ILL.) P 495-7.
98. NON-ISOTHERMAL NUCLEATION OF ELECTRON-HOLE DROPS IN GE. BY ASHKINA3ZEB.M.
FISHMAN,I.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, LENINGRAD. PHYSICOTEC4NICAL INST.)
P 505-8.
99. HALL MEASUREMENTS ON TRAP STATES IN N-CHANNEL SI MOSFETS AT 77 K. BY ~OORE,3.T.
FERRYD.K. COLORADOO STATE UNIV., FORT COLLINS. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)
P 539-11.
100. RESISTANCE MINIMUM IN IRON. 3Y 3LANC,R. CAMOIN,C. AKHOUAIRY,H. ET AL (PROVENCE
UNIV., MARSEILLE, FRANCE. CENTRE DE ST. JEROME) P 517-8.
101. ULTRASONIC ATTENUATION IN SUPERCONDUCTING NB(2C)ZR(8C). BY THOMAS,N. ARNOLD,W.
WEISS,G. VON LOEHNEYSEN,H. (BIRMINGHAM UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 523-6.
102. ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE AND MAGNETORESISTANCE OF AMORPHOUS ALLOYS GD(67)CO(33) AND
PD(80)SI(20). BY KAESTNER,J. SCHINKH.-J. WASSERMANNEF. (RHEINISCH-WESTFAELISCHES
TECHNISCHEN HOCHSCHULE, AAHEN, GERMANY. 2. PHYSIKALISCHES INST.) P 527-30.
103. KONOO SCATTERING FROM YB IN MG-YB ALLOYS. BY TSELFES,W. PAPASTAIKOUDIS,C.
ROCOFYLLOUE. (DEMOCRITUS NUCLEAR RESEARCH CENTER, ATHENS, 3REECE) P 531-3.
104. THE SUPERPARAMAGNETIC RESPONSE OF A CO(54)GA(46) ALLOY TO LOW D.C. FIELDS. SY GIB3S,P.
CYWINSKI,R. (MONASH UNIV., CLAYTON, AUSTRALIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 553-5.

SOLID STATE COMMUN. VOL 33, NO. 7 (FEB 198J)
105. CRYSTAL FIELD EFFECT IN THE THERMAL EXPANSION OF HEXAGONAL RARE EARTH COMPOUNDS. lY
LUETHI,9. OTTH.R. (FRANKFURT JNIV., GERMANY. PHYSIKALISCHES INST.) P 717-23.
106. COULOMB EFFECTS ON THE GAIN AND ABSORPTION SPECTRA OF THE ELECTRON-HOLE PLASMA IN GAAS.
BY ARYAK. HANKE,W. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER FESTKOERPERFORSC-UNG, STUTTSAPT, 3ERMANY)
P 739-42.
107. POLYMORPHISM IN SKINNERITE, CU(3)SBS(3). BY WHITFIELD,H.J. COMMONWEALTHH SCIENTIFIC
AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANIZATION, CLAYTON, AUSTRALIA. DIV. OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS)
P 747-8.
108. THE SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION TEMPERATURE OF SULK SAMPLES OF THE NIOBIUM-GERMANIUV
A15-PHASE AFTER IMPLANTATION OF GE, S3I 0 AND Ak IONS. BY GEERK,J.
(KERFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM KARLSRUHE, GERMANY. INST. FUER ANGEWANDTE KERNPHYSIK II P 761-4.
109. OPTICAL VIBRONIC ABSORPTION SPECTRA IN 14.8 MEV NEUTRON DAMAGED SAPPHIRE. BY EVANS8B.D.
STAPELBROEK,M. (NAVAL RESEARCH LAB., WASHINGTON, D. C. OPTICAL SCIENCES OIV.)
P 765-73.
110. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY IN 3ISORDERE3, POLYCRYSTALLINE FENITE ALLOYS. BY QADEERA.
(MALAYA UNIV., KUALA LUMPUR. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 771-3.
111. ON THE TRANSVERSE ELECTRICAL SUSCEPTIBILITIES OF KOP TYPE CRYSTALS. BY CHAUDHJiI,B.K.
GANGULI,S. NATHD. (INDIAN ASSOC. FOR THE CULTIVATION OF SCIENCE, CALCUTTA. DEPT. OF
MAGNETISM) P 775-9.
112. ULTRASONIC ATTENUATION BY A THIN FILM OF HIGH TRANSITION TEMPERATURE N3(3)GE. BY
SALVO,H.L.,JR. FREDRICKSENH.P. LEVY,M. GAVALER,J.R. (WESTINGHOUSE DEFENCE AND
ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS CENTER, BALTIMORE, MD.) P 781-4.
113. VARIABLE RANGE HOPPING IN SI-P AT VERY LOW TEMPERATURE. BY OOTUKA,Y. KOMORIF.
MONDENY. ET AL (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 793-5.
114. RAMAN SPECTRA OF HFS(3). BY CAVELLINC.O. JANDLS. (SHERBROOKE UNIV., QUE3EC. OEPT.
DE PHYSIQUE) P 813-6.

REP. NRL PROG. (DEC 1979)
115. CRITICAL-CURRENT PkOPERTIES OF 275-FILAMENT V(3)GA SUPERCONDUCTING WIRES. DY HOWED.G.
FRANCAVILLA,T.L. (NAVAL RESEARCH LAB., WASHINGTON, D. C. MATERIAL SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY DIV.) P 3-5.







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REP. NRL PROG. (DEC 1979) (CGNT.)
116. DESIGN AND VIBRATION TESTS OF MAGNETIC SHIELDS FOR HYDROGEN MASERS. BY WOLFS.A.
GUBSER,D.U. (NAVAL RESEARCH LAB., WASHINGTON, D. C. MATERIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
DIV.) P 5-6.

2R3G. THEOR. P4YS. VOL 62, NO. 6 (DEC 1979)
117. APPLICATION OF THE 5-DIMENSIONAL SPIN TO THE THEORY OF SUPERFLUID (3)HE. BY HASEGAWAY.
USAGAWAT. IWAMOTO,F. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. COLL. OF GENERAL EDUCATION) P 1458-74.
118. STUDY ON NEUTRON (3)P(2)-SUPERFLUIDITY WITH TWO DIMENSIONAL CHARACTER UNOER PI(3)
CONDENSATION IN NEUTRON STAR MATTER. BY TAKATSUKA,T. TAMAGAKI,R. (IWATE UNIV.,
MORIOKA, JAPAN. COLL. OF HUMAN AND SOCIAL SCIENCE) P 1655-69.

MOL. PHYS. VOL 39, NO. 3 (FEB 1980)
119. SELF DIFFUSION COEFFICIENT FOR FLUID HYDROGEN CHLORIDE AND LIQUID DEUTERIUM CHLORIDE.
BY KRYNICKI,K. CHANGDAR,S.N. POWLES,J.G. (KENT UNIV., CANTERBURY, ENGLAND. PHYSICS
LABS.) P 773-6.
120. MEASUREMENTS O0 THE POLARIZABILITY AN) OF THE SECOND AND THIRD VIRIAL COEFFICIENTS OF
(4)HE IN THE RANGE 4.2-27.1 K. BY GUGAN,0. MICHEL,G.W. (BRISTOL JNIV., ENGLAND. H.H.
WILLS PHYSICS LAB.) P 783.

CHEM. PHYS. LETT. VOL 69, NO. 2 (JAN 198L)
121. INTERSYSTEM CROSSING RATES OF PENTACENE IN NAPHTHALENE AT 1.9 K FOLLOWING SINGLE-MODE
LASER EXCITATION. BY LAMBERT,W.R. ZEWAIL,A.H. (CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH., PASADENA.
AQTHUR AMOS NOYES LA3. OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS) P 273-4.

CHEM. PHYS. LETT. VOL 69, NO. 3 (FEB 1983)
122. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF NEON-ARSON MIXTURES AT LOW TEMPERATURES (90-273 K). BY
SHASHKOV,A.G. YAROSHENKO,T.I. NESTEROV,N.A. ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
BELORUSSIAN SSR, MINSK. LJIKOV INST. OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER) P 555-8.


SECTION II. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

IBM J. RES. DEV. VOL 24, NO. 2 (MAR 1980)
123. JOSEPHSON COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY AN IBM RESEARCH PROJECT. BY ANACKER,W. (IBM WATSON
RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 137-12.
124. OVERVIEW OF JOSEPHSON TECHNOLOGY LOGIC ANO MEMORY, BY MATISOO,J. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH
CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 113-29.
125. DESIGN OF 2.5-MICROMETER JOSEPHSON CURRENT INJECTION LOGIC (CIL). 3Y SHEEWALA,T.R.
(IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 130-42.
126. BASIC DESIGN OF A JOSEPHSON TECHNOLOGY CACHE MEMORY. BY FARIS,S.M. HENKELS,W.H.
VALSAMAKISE.A. ZAPPE,H.H. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YOPKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.)
P 143-54.
127. INVESTIGATIONS FOR A JOSEPHSON COMPUTER MAIN MEMORY WITH SINGLE-FLJX-QUANTUM CELLS. BY
SUERET,P. MOSER,A. WOLF,P. (IBM RESEARCH LAB., ZURICH, SWITZERLANC) P 155-56.
128. AN OVERVIEW OF JOSEPHSON PACKAGING. BY BROWN,A.V. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER,
YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 167-71.
129. THE CHARACTERISTICS OF CHIP-TO-CHIP SIGNAL PROPAGATION IN A PACKAGE SUITABLE FOR
SUPERCONDUCTING CIRCUITS. BY JONES,H.C. HE2RELL,0.J. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER,
YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 172-7.
130. MODELING OF CHARACTERISTICS FOR JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS HAVING NONUNIFOkM WIDTH OR JOSEPHSON
CURRENT DENSITY. BY BROOMR.F. KOTYCZKA,W. MOSER.A. (IBM RESEARCH LAB., ZURICH,
SWITZERLAND) P 178-87.
131. AN OVERVIEW OF MATERIALS AND PROCESS ASPECTS OF JOSEPHSON INTEGRATED CIRCUIT
FABRICATION. BY AMES,I. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.)
P 188-94.
132. FABRICATION PROCESS FOR JOSEPHEON INTEGRATED CIRCUITS. BY GREINER,J.H. KIRCHEk,C.J.
KLEPNERS.P. ET AL (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 195-265.
133. EFFECT OF PROCESS VARIABLES ON ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF P3-ALLOY JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS.
BY BROOM,R.F. JAGGI,R. MOHR,T.O. OOSENBRUGA. (IBM RESEARCH LAB., ZURICH,
SWITZERLAND) P 2j6-11.
134. FABRICATION AND PROPERTIES OF NIOBIJM JOSEPHSON TUNNEL JUNCTIONS. 3Y 3ROOM,R.F.
LAIBOWITZR.B. MO4R,T.O. WALTER,W. (IBM RESEARCH LAB., ZURICH, SWITZERLAND)
P 212-22.
135. STRUCTURE OF TUNNEL BAR R1ER JIJE FOR PB-.LLGY JOSEPHEDN JUrNTIONS. BY BAKF;,J.M.
KIICHER,C.J. MATTHEWS,J.W. (IBM WATSDN RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.)
P 223-34.
136. PROPERTIES OF AULN(2) RFSISTOR3 FOR JOSEPHSON INTEGRATED CIRCUITS. OY KIRCHERC.J.
LAHIRI,S.K. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 235-42.
137. JSP A RESEARCH SIGNAL P-RCESSOR IN JOSEDHS1T TECHNOLOGY. BY TSUIF.F. (IBM WATSON
RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN IEIS4TS, N. Y.) P 243-52.







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ELECTR. MACH. ELECTROMECH. VOL 5, NO. 1 (JAN-FEB 1980)
138. STUDY OF SCREENS FOR SUPERCONDJCTING A.C. MACHINES. PART 8. INTRINSIC REPRESENTATION 3F
SCREENS BY NETWORKS. BY 33YER,L. FOURNETG. (ECOLE SUPERIEURE 0 ELECTRICITY, CNRS5
PLATEAU DU MOULON, FRANCE) P 77-86.

IEEE TRANS. ELECTR. INSUL. VOL 15, NO. 1 (FEB 1980)
139. ELECTRICAL BREAKDOWN OF ICE AT CRYOGENIC TEMPERATURES. BY KOINO,T. NAKAZAWA,-.
KOSAKI,M. HORIItK. (NAGOYA UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 27-32.

IEEE TRANS. MAGN. VOL 16, NO. I (JAN 19601
14G. MAGLEV USING PERMANENT MAGNETS. BY ATHERTON,D.L. (QUEENS UNIV., KINGSTON, ONTARIO.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 146-8.

CRYOG. ENG. (TOKYO) VOL 15, NO. 1 (198L) (IN JAPANESE)
141. SQUID A VERY SENSITIVE MAGNETIC FLUX SENSOR. BY SUGIYAMA,T. IBUKAM. (YOKOGAWA
ELECTRIC WORKS, LTD., TOKYO, JAPAN) P 2-11.
142. JOSEPHS3N VOLTAGE STANDARD. BY ENDOT. KOYANAGIM. (ELECTROTECHNICAL LAS., I3ARAKI,
JAPAN. STANDARDS AND MEASUREMENTS DIV.) P 12-21.
143. JOSEPHSON JUNCTION DETECTORS FOR MILLIMETER ANC SUBYILLIMETE? WAVES. BY FUJISAWA,K.
(OSAKA UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 22-9.
144. DIGITAL APPLICATIONS* BY ISHI3A,A. (MUSASHINO ELECTRICAL COMMUNICATION LAB., TOKYO,
JAPAN) P 30-7.
145. NOTES ON SOME TECHNICAL PROBLEMS ABOUT THE GEOMAGNETIC FIELD MEASUREMENTS 9Y THE USE OF
SQUID MAGNETOMETER, BY KITAMJRA,T. (KYUSHU UNIV., FUKUOKA, JAPAN. 3EPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 38-47.
146. MAGNETIC MEASUREMENTS IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE. 9Y OHMICHIH. ATSJMI,K. (NATIONAL
MEDICAL CENTER HOSPITAL, TOKYO, JAPAN. CLINICAL RESEARCH INST.) 43-56.
147. REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS FOR CRYOELECTRONICS. 3Y MATSUBARA,Y. (NIHON UNIV., TOKYO, JAPAN.
INST. OF ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH) P 57-68.

IND. ENG. CHEM. PROD. RES. DEV. VOL 19, NO. 1 (MAR 1980)
149. SPECIFIC HEATS OF COLORADO OIL SHALES. A DIFFERENTIAL SCANNING CALORIMETRY STUDY. 3Y
JONES,D.B. RAJESHWAR,K. JUBOWJ.B. COLORADOO STATE UNIV., FORT COLLINS. DEPT. OF
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 125-8.

CHEM. ENG. (LONDON) NO. 353 (FEB 1980)
149. CATALYSIS IN COAL-BASED AMMONIA PLANTS. BY GENTC.W. WARD,S.A. (IMPERIAL CHEMICAL
INDUSTRIES LTD., BILLINGHAM, ENGLAND. DEPT. OF PROJECTS AND ENGINEERING) P 85-7.
150. PRODUCTION OF AMMONIA SYNTHESIS GAS BY PURIFICATION AND SHIFT CONVERSION OF GAS PRODUCED
FROM COAL. BY PARTRIDGE,L.J. (AECI, LTD., JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA. MOODERFONTEIN
FACTORY) P 88-9C.

J. NON-EQUILIB. THERMODYN. VOL 5, NO. 1 (1983)
151. MATERIALS WITH MEMORY. AN ESSAY IN THERMODYNAMICS. BY KESTINJ. 3ATAILLE,J. (BROWN
JNIV., PROVIDENCE, R. 3IV. CF ENGINEERING) P 19-34.
152. TRANSIENT HEAT CONDUCTION IN BINARY GASEOUS MIXTURES. BY KHALIFA,H.E. KESTIN,J.
(UNITED TECHNOLOGIES RESEARCH CENTER, EAST HARTFORD, CONN.) P 55.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 12 (MAR 1960)
153. LIQUID AIR THE FIRM THAT ACQUISITIONS BUILT. BY ST3RCK,W.J. P 11-3.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 13 (MAR 1980)
154. SYNFUELS BILL AGREEMENT LIKELY 3Y SUMMER. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 17.
155. COAL GASIFICATION PROCESS BEGINS DEVELOPMENT. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 28.
156. CATALYST SYSTEM SPLITS WATER P-OTOCHEMICALLY. P 33.

CHEM. ENG. (N.Y.) VOL 87, NO. 6 (MAR 1983)
157. THE AWAITED SYNFUELS CORPORATION FINALLY GOT CONGRESSIONAL BLESSING. (A BRIEF REPORT).
P 52.

CHEM. WEEK VOL 126, NO. 14 (APR 1980)
158. DOE MAY GUARANTEE SYNFUEL PLANT LOANS. P 23.
159. ENERGY SESSION EXPANDS ON SUPPLY THEME. P 37-8.

REV. SCI. INSTRUM. VOL 51, NO. 3 (MAR 193L)
160. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF STYCAST-1266 AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY HASHIMOTO,T. I (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. INST. FOR SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 378-9.

J. PHYS. E VOL 13, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
161. COMPACT PRESET SQUID FOR TOTAL FIELD MEASUREMENT. BY HARVEY,I.K. (NATIONAL MEASUREMENT
LAB., WEST LINOFIELD, AUSTRALIA) P 36-7.
162. VERSATILE MICROWAVE-INTEG.ATED-CIRCUIT HOLDER FOR THIN-FILM SUPERCONDUCTING DEVICES. BY
FINNEGAN,T.F. (NATIONAL PHYSICAL LAB., TEDDINGTON, ENGLAND. DIV. 3F ELECTRICAL
SCIENCE) P 49-52.







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J. PHYS. E VOL 13, NO. 1 (JAN 1980) (CONT.)
163. THE COLLIMATING AND MAGNIFYING PROPERTIES OF A SUPERCONDUCTING FIELD POTOELECTRON
SPECTROMETER. 3Y BEAMSON,G. PORTER,H.Q. TURNER,O.W. (OXFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. LAB. OF
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY) P 64-6.

J. PHYS. E VOL 13, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
164. VERSATILE THREE-TERMINAL CELL FOR INVESTIGATING THE ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF INSULATING
MATERIALS OVER A WIDE FREQUENCY AND TEMPERATURE RANGE. BY SANDROLINI,F. (BOLOGNA
UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO DI CHIMICA) P 152-4.
165. A TRANSVERSELY POLARIZED DEUTERON TARGET FOR KAON-NUCLEON INTERACTION STUDIES. BY
CASH,A.R. COXS.F.J. OAWSON,J. ET AL (SCIENCE RESEARCH COUNCIL, CHILTON, ENGLANO.
RUTHERFORD LAB.) P 182-91,
166. CONTACTLESS RESISTIVITY MEASUREMENTS. A TECHNIQUE ADAPTED TO GRAPHITE INTERCALATION
C3MP)UNDS. BY MCRAEE.J. MARECHEJ.F. HER3LD,A. (NANCY UNIV., FRANCE. LAB. DE
CHIMIE MINERAL APPLIQUEE) P 241-5.

OIMENSIONS/NBS VOL 64, NO. 2 (MAR 198J)
167. MEASUREMENT AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE 198GS. (THIS TEXT HAS BEEN EDITED FROM THE KEYNOTE
AODD~SS GIVEN BY OR. THOMAS A. DILLON, DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF
STANDARDS, AT THE MEASUREMENT SCIENCE CONFERENCE IN SAN LUIS OBISP3, CALIF., NOVEMBER
30, 1979.). BY DILLONT.A. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, D. C.) P 7-11.

J. MAGN. REASON. VOL 37, NO. 2 (JAN 193 )
168. QUICK-ACCESS SAMPLE SYSTEM FOR LOW-TEMPERATURE ESR/ENDOR AT K-3AND. 3Y NELSON,W.H.
(GEORGIA STATE UNIV., ATLANTA. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 205-8.

MEAS. TECH. (USSR) (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 22, NO. 6 (JUN 1979)
169. *IGH-PRECISION TESTING INSTALLATION FOR GAS-ADSORPTION MEASUREMENTS IN RANGES OF 4.2-333
K AND 1-10(5) PA. BY GERSHANIK,A.P. GLIKMAN,M.S. ASTROV,D.N. P 727-32.

IND. LAB. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 45, NO. 7 (JAN 1980)
170. NIL DUCTILITY TRANSITION TEMPERATURE IN LOW-CARBON STEEL. BY GEORGIEV,M.N. DEEV,V.N.
MEZHOVA,N.YA. ET AL (ALL-UNION SCIENTIFIC-RESEARCH INST. OF RAILWAY TRANSPORT, MOSCOW,
USSR) P 616-9.
171. EFFECT OF THE LOADING RATE ON THE FRACTURE TOUGHNESS CHARACTERISTICS OF LOW-ALLOYED
STEELS. BY PROKOPENKOA.V. ZNACHKOVSKIIC.YA. POKROVSKII,V.V. ET AL (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF STRENGTH PROBLEMS) P 820-5.

KRIST. TECH. VOL 14, NO. 10 (1979)
172. HELIUM-COOLED STRAINING STAGE FOR THE AEI EM7. BY TAYLOR,G. SAKA,H. (OXFORD UNIV.,
ENGLAND. DEPT. OF METALLURGY AND SCIENCE OF MATERIALS) P 1249-54.

VACUUM VOL 29, NO. 11-12 (NOV-DEC 1379)
173. VACUUM GAUGE CALIBRATION 3Y THE STATIC METHOD. BY BERMAN,A. (SOREQ NUCLEAR RESEARCH
CENTER, YAVNE, ISRAEL. DEPT. OF ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY) P 417-26.
174. LIQUID NITROGEN LEVEL SENSOR. BY WITTSTOCK,J. (PHYSIKALISCH-TECHNISCHE BUNDESANSTALT,
BRUNSWICK, GERMANY) P 451-2.

TRIBOL. INT. VOL 13, NO. 1 (FEB 198J)
175. HELIUM EXPANSION TURBINE BEARINGS. BY WADA, SUZUKI,H. (T3YODA MACHINE WORKS, LTD.,
KARIYA, AICHI, JAPAN. OEPT. 3F RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT) P 3-6.

CONTROL ENG. VOL 27, NO. 3 (MAR 198J)
176. GAS FLOW MEASUREMENT METHOD CONFIRMED. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 13.

METALL. TRANS. A VCL 11, NJ. 3 (MAR 1980)
177. THE HYDROGEN ATTACK OF HSLA STEELS. BY SUNDARARAJAN,G. SHEWMON,P.G. (OHIO STATE
UNIV., COLUMBUS. DEPT. OF METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING) P 509-16.
178. ANOMALOUS LOW-TEMPERATURE ELASTIC-CONSTANT BEHAVIOR IN FE-13 CR-19 IN. BY
LEDBETTER,H.M. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO. FRACTURE AND DEFORMATION
DIV.) 3 543-4.

J. MATER. SCI. VOL 15, NO. 3 (MAR 1985)
179. ON THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF 2CFE(2)C(3)0(38(2)0(3)(31-X)PBD(X)GED(2)) GLASSES. 3Y
BURZDE. AR3ELEAN,I. URSJ,I. (NATIONAL CENTRE OF PlYSICS, BUCHAREST, ROMANIA)
P 581-93.
180. A NOTE ON THE PREPARATION OF THE HIGH TRANSITIOr, TTMPE~ATUR_ S'JPE RCO'JCTOJ LTTHIUIJ
TITANATE. BY MOUSA,A.H. ;RIMESN.W. (ASTON UNIV., BIRMINGHAM', ENGLANO. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 793-5.

MATER. RES. BULL. VOL 15, NO. 2 (FEB 198J)
181. THE ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF FERROMAGNETIC SRCOO(3-DELTA) (DELTA BETWEEN j AND u.5). BY
TAGUCHI,H. SHI;ADAM. KOIZUMI,M. (OSAKA UNIV., JAPAN. INST. OF SCIENTIFIC AND
INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH) P 165-9.







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RUSS. METALL. (ENGL. TRANSL.) NO. 5 (1978)
182. STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN CHOHM1UM ANO A CHROMIUM ALLOY DURING A LOW-TEMPrRATURE PHASE
TRANSFORMATION. BY LARIKOV,L.N. 3AKLANOVA,L.M. DRA:HIN5KAYA,A.G. USTIN3V,A.I.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF METAL PHYSICS) P 143-4.

J. TEST. EVAL. VOL 8, NO. 1 (JAN I190)
183. AN EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF LDW TEMPERATURES ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF A COMMERCIAL
STEEL T3 BE USED IN THE ARCTIC. BY KRISHNADEV,M.R. GHOSH,R. CUTLERL.R. ET AL
(LAVAL UNIV., QUEBEC CITY. DEPT. OF METALLURGY) P 42-7.

J. JPN. INST. MET., SENOAI VOL 44, NO. 1 (JAN 1980) (IN JAPANESE)
184. MEASJREMENT OF DIFFUSION C3EFFI:IENT OF HYDROGEN IN IRON AT LOW TEMPERATURES BY THE
ELECTROCHEMICAL ALTERNATING METHOD. 3Y HAYASHI,Y. NAGANC,M. OhTANI,N. (KYUSHU UNIV.,
FUKUOKA, JAPAN. FACULTY OF ENGINEERING) P 48-52.

METALL (BERLIN) VOL 34, NO. 1 (JAN 1980) (IN GERMAN)
185. ON THE SUPERCONOUCTION OF PALLADIUM. BY STRITZKER,B. (OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LAB., TENN.
SOLID STATE DIV.) P 27-32.

NEUE HUETTE VOL 24, NO. 11 (NOV 1979) (IN GEPMAN)
186. LOW TEMPERATURE DEVICE FOR FRACTURE MECHANICAL EXPERIMENTS. BY COESTERI. MICHALZIKG.
WEBER,R. ET AL (BERGAKADEMIE FREIBERG, EAST GERMANY. SEKTION METALLUKGIE UND
WERKSTOFFTECHNIK) P 433.

CORROSION (HOUSTON) VOL 36, NO. 1 (JAN 1930)
187. EFFECTS OF ALPHA- MARTENSITE IN HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT OF A CATHODICALLY CHANGED AISI
TYPE-3:4 AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL. 3Y HANNINEN,H. HAKARAINEN,T. (TECHNICAL RESEARCH
CENTER OF FINLAND, ESPOO. METALLURGY LAB.) P 47.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 931, NO. 3 (FEe 1980)
188. CONDENSATION OF VAPOR OF ORGANIC LIQUIDS. BY WATSON,R.W. GRANT,W.J. GRAHAM,DOJ.
(BRITISH OXYGEN CO., LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND) PATENT NO. 4,188,793.
189. HYDROGEN-HYDRIDE ABSORPTION SYSTEMS AN) METHODS FOR PEFPISERATION A'N HEAT PUMP CYCLES.
BY TERRY,L.E. PATENT NO. 4,186,795.
190. CHEMICAL OXYGEN GENERATOR AND PROCESS OF MAKING A GENERATOR. BY MC3RIDE,W.S.
(ORAGERWERK A.G., LU3ECK, GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,189,46C.
191. SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNET. BY SATTI,J.A. (DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, WASHINGTON, 0. C.)
PATENT NO. 4.199,693.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 991, NO. 4 (FEB 1980)
192. METHOD OF OBTAINING REFRIGERATION AT CRYOGENIC LEVEL. BY DAVYDOV,A.B.
KORSAK3V-BOGATKOV,S.M. KRAKOVSKYB.D. ET AL PATENT NO. 4,189,936.
193. CRYOGENIC TARGET FORMATION USING COLD GAS JETSf BY HENDRICKS,C.D. (DEPARTMENT OF
ENERGY, WASHINGTON, 0. C.) PATENT NO. 4,190,L16.
194. OPTIMIZED COOLER DEWAR. BY DJNMIRE,H.L. HCRN,S.B. (SECRETARY OF THE ARMY, WASHINGTON,
0. C.) PATENT NO. 4,190,106.
195. GAS SEPARATION. BY ARMOND,J.W. WEBBER,O.A. SMITH,K.C. (BRITISH OXYGEN CO., LTD.,
LONDON, ENGLAND) PATENT NO. 4,190,424.
196. V(3)GA COMPOSITE SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY HOWED.G. GUBSER,D.U. (SECRETARY OF THE NAVY,
WASHINGTON, 0. C.) PATENT NO. 4,190,701.
197. PERSISTENT CURRENT SUPERCON3U:TING METHOD AND APPARATUS. BY RABINOWITZM. PATENT NO.
4,190,817.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 992, NO. 2 (MAR 1980)
198. ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE CONTROLLED INJECTION OF CRYOGENIC FLUID. BY SIL3ERT,S. 3ENTZG.
SALEY,J. (L AIR LIQUID, PARIS, FRANCE. SOCIETY ANONYME POUR L ETJOE ET L EXPLOITATION
DES PROCEDES GEORGES CLAUDE) PATENT NO. 4,192,147.
199. ABSORBING IMPURITIES FROM :RYOGENIC FLUID MAKE-UP PRI3R TC AOMIXINS wITH FEED. BY
JOHNSON,R.W. (HELIX TECHNOLOGY CORP., WALTHAM, MASS.) PATENT NO. 4,192,661.
200. PROCESS FOR LIQUEFYING AND RECTIFYING AIR. BY OGATA,S. YAMAMOTO,Y. JAPANN OXYGEN CO.,
LTD., T3KYO) PATENT NO. 4,192,662.


SECTION III. ENERGY AND MISCELLANEOUS

PIPELINE GAS J. VOL 2C7, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
201. DEVELOPMENTS PROCEED SLOWLY IN WORL3 LNG INDUSTRY, BY HALED. (EDITOR) P 17-9.
202. SCORECARD U. S. AND CANADIAN LNG PEAKSHAVING FACILITIES MARCH 138.. BY PIPELINE AND
GAS JOURNAL P 20-2.
203. HOW OSAKA GAS USES THE COL3 FROM LNG. BY MURATA,T. NAKANISHI,E. (OSAKA GAS CO., .TO.,
JAPAN. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICE) P 23-4+26+30+32+35-6+38.
204. STEADY GROWTH SEEN IN NEXT DECADE FOR WORLD TRADE IN LNG. BY AN3ERSON,P.J.
CONTRIBUTINGG EDITOR) P 39+43-5.







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AM. GAS ASSOC. MON. VOL 62, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
205. THE WORLDWIDE PROMISE OF GAS ENERGY. 3Y LAWPE'JCE,G.H. (PRESIDENT, AMERICAN GAS
ASSOCIATION) P 7-8.
206. WASHINGTONt D. C. HOSTS SivENTH ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE AND EXPOSITION, MARCH
24-25. P 26.
207. MAXIMIZING OPERATING EFFICIENCY IS FOCUS FOR A.G.A. TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION
CONFERENCES SCHEDULED FOR MAY. P 28-9.

PIPE LINE IND. VOL 52, NO. 3 (MAR 198C)
208. 350-MILE GATHERING SYSTEM SERVES KUWAIT LPG COMPLEX. o 53-4.

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 12 (MAR 1980)
269. SOCIAL SEES ERA OF SLOWER GROWTH IN ENERGY USE. P 52-3.
21;. MINICOMPUTER BECOMING VITAL TO PROCESS CONTROL. BY SHAH,G.C. (AMERICAN HOECHST CORP.,
HOUSTON, TEX.) P 171-5+178.

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 13 (MAR 1980)
211. CONGRESSIONAL EOR (ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY) STANCE IS OPECS GAIN, U.S. LOSS. EDITORIALL).
P 49.
212. IEA SEES 1985-95 AS WORST GLOBAL ENERGY ERA. P 56.
213. EOR METHODS HELP ULTIMATE RECOVERY. 3Y MATHENYS.L.,JR. (PRODUCTION EDITOR) P 79-124.
214. FORT SASKATCHEWAN PLANT IS RETROFITTED WITH AUTOMATION. (GAS-PROCESSING PLANT). SY
SPARLINGJ. (CHEVRON STANDARD LTD., EDMONTON, ALBERTA) P 127-9.
215. FUEL VALUE NCMOGRAM UPDATE). BY LEFFLER,W.L. (SHELL OIL CO., HOUSTON, TEX.)
P 150+153.

REV. INST. FR. PET. VOL 34, NO. 5 (SEP-OCT 1979) (IN FRENCH)
216. CORRELATIONS BETWEEN THE COMPOSITION OF HYDROCARBON MIXTURES ANO THEIR PHYSICAL
3PRPEPTIES. BY GOUELP. SOCIETYE NATIONAL ELF AQUITAINE, PAU, FRANCE. SERVICE 3E
DOCUMENTAT, CENTRE DE MICOULAU) P 733-52.

PROC. MAR. SAF. COUNC. VOL 37, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
217. WILLIAMSON TURN TESTS ON THE EL PASO AkZEW, BY STILWELLJ. (MASTER OF THE EL PASO
ARZEW) P 31-3.

CAN. AERONAUT. SPACE J. VOL 25, NO. 4 (1979)
218. TECHNICAL FORUM HYDROGEN FUEL. BY PATTERSON,G.N. (TORONTO UNIV., ONTARIO) P 332.

ENERGY INT. J. VOL 5, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
219. GEOTHERMAL ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT THE GLOBAL EXPERIENCE. BY PASOUALETTI,M.J.
(ARIZONA STATE UNIV., TEMPE. DEPT. OF GEOGRAPHY) D 111-65.
220. A PERFORMANCE ANO ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF ANNUAL CYCLE ENERGY STORAGE (ACES). BY
MILLER,R.S. (GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., SCHENECTADY, N. Y. CORPORATE RESEARCH AND
DEVELOPMENT) P 183-93.

ENERGY CONVERS. VOL 19, NO. 4 (1979)
221. ENERGY JSE MANAGEMENT AN APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY. BY SMITHC.B. =AZZOLARE,R.A. (A4CO
ENGINEERS, INC., SANTA MONICA, CALIF.) P 181-233.

ENERGIETECHNIK VOL 29, NO. 11 (NOV 1979) (IN GERMAA)
222. THEORY OF THE CONTROL OF UNDERGROUND GAS STORES. BY WOLFJ. ENGSHUBERM. (VEB
VERBUNONETZ GAS, BERLIN, EAST GERMANY) P 422-5.

ENERGY INT. VOL 17, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
223. QUESTIONS OF COAL. (COMMENT). P 3.
224. WESTINGHOUSE TO LAUNCH COAL GASIFIER WITH COMBINED CYCLE UNIT. BY STAVSKY,R.M.
MARGARITIS,P.J. (WESTINGHOJSE ELECTRIC CORP., PITTSBUDGH, PA.) P 11-3.
225. PRESSURIZED FLUIDISED BED OFFERS PROMISING ROUTE TO COGENERATION. 3Y HAR30EH.
(ADAPTED BY JEFFS,E.) P 19-22.

EPRI J. VOL 5, NO. 2 (MAR 1960)
226. GOING WITH THE WIND. BY NESBITW. DE MEOE. 30ODMAN,F.,JR. P 6-17.
227. THE CONTINUING DISPOSAL OF COAL ASH. BY LIHACH,N. GOLDEN0D. P 16-9.
228. 0OE MOVES AHEAD WITH GEOTHERMAL. P 28-32.
229. HARSH ENERGY FUTURE FORESEEN. P 33-4.
233. NB(3)GE SUPERCONDUCTOR DEVELOPMENT. BY OOUGHERTYJ.J. P 44.
231. SUPERCONDUCTING GENERATOR. BY DOU&iERTYJ.J. P 47-8.







ue8JIJCT IP lb E F OP I UPPEi AwAPELf4 L Il.1 riO '00)
SECTION 1. LOW TEMPERATURE PH,:I,.5 ai0O CHIMISIP


Chemistry 31, 57, 121, 149
Cr,'tl t1 S ructurf 3rd_ L tI;ce_ PC!r pcrtie'
I 4:. 3 :I 1 'C I' i. 2 -. : S. 88,
89, 95, 101, 105, 107, 111, 112, 113, 139,
178, 179, 181

I., ig, ?i-, ? 4. ?5, 26, 28, 29, 30,
33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 60, 64, 73, 74, 75,
119, 120, 122
lo r, T t_, ___- "r'L'err i.- jr,,t rlrp ,j a i
', i1, 1 .. 0 ', L 8, 70, 84,
88, 94, 97, 102, 103, 104, 116, 181
': :b duer farl rt atri Pr.or-,ani-e
"i. 20, '?I. I'. .), 168 -

Optical Properties
10, 24, 25, 32, 33, 61, 92, 96, 106, 109,
114

Polymers 32, 42, 92, 160


Scr.tl on 169
Su,'"er.: onaduc0ors
2. Ji 4d, .. i1 3, 41, 43 44. 4 46, 49,
54, .8. 59. 63. o'L. '~ 'l. '6, 85. 8,. 90,
92, 01, Isp, i 1? 115. 12 I r.-u I '78,
14C fri r.ru 1 i t 1I; 16J. i n, 185, ioi,
196. i O. '30 ?31

Suer -.luitd. 1, 55. 6', 68, 73. 11', 1i8
Thprail Propert ies of ol ids i ?, 39, 14P.
Th ,Tio_,nmi ; S i. t i P_s s,. and
T rd jpo r P rje. r'
le. 19, -?k. 2' M i[. 3 35, 36. 58, 59. 60.
6 ., 7j. '4 ?5 1I19 1'?, 151, I5?

ranipOr_ Propertiei of 5011So
4. ,. i' .JP 69 "'. !'. S R6. P9,
9" W4 100. I'?, 11"I, 166

Otner 49 thru 5 iB'


Semiconductors 5, 40, 84, 91, 97, 98, 99, 106

SECTION II AND III. CRYOGENIC [NiGINrPlEIG AriN Efl.RGC


,',E r ',
49, 50, 56, 57, 138, 140, 148, 149, 150,
154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 191, 201 thru
231

Equipment and Devices
.60, u, i. 16, 123 thru 138, 140,
141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 162, 191,
194, 197, 230, 231

Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and
Production
149, 150, 153, 175. 188, 109, 190, 195,
198, 199, 200
ieat arn Ma.i Trar,. er 60, 152, 188

H,l.ar,..n 56, 57, 156, 177, 184, 187, 218


L rG and etnanre
56, .--54.".T5 l6. 157. 15.,, 01 thrru

13 ,. 2' i 2,. L ,_, :5 i, 1 ,
MFln J i 6, 18i 1 196

Me roiLa ,nrj L, Irt r.,mentatd on
4i 5i, 4. 116, 141. 142,. 1.11. 144, 145,
146 160 thru i 1. 1'6, 1'93

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f4'.i '-. 9, 1 3

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