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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Description based on: List no. 667 (Dec. 25, 1978-Jan. 5, 1979)

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MAY 12-23, 1980 LIST NO. 703


NBS CRYOGENIC DATA CENTER
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SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

SOV. J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 5, NO. 8 (AUG 1979)
1. AVERAGE ION PAIR FORMATION ENERGY IN LIQUID AND SOLID XENON. BY OBODOVSKIITI.M.
POKACHALOVS.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF ENGINEERING
PHYSICS) P 393-6.
2.- tONLINEAR RELAXATION OF QUASIPARTICLES TO A NONEQUILIBRIUM STATE IN SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY
NOVIKOV.V.E. SEMINOZHENKO.V.P. SHESTOPALOV,V.L. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN
S-SSR. KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 397-9.
/ 3'. FLUX JUMPS'AND OSCILLATIONS IN TYPE-II SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY MAKSIMOV,I.L. MINTSR.G.
S (ACADEMY-OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF HIGH TEMPERATURES P 399-435.
S4. MAGNETOACOUSTIC SIZE EFFECTS IN THE INTERMEDIATE STATE OF SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY
, BEZVGLII.E.V.. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
; INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 405-12.
5.. LIMITING tRI.TICAL TRANSVERSE MAGNETIC FIELDS OF GALLIUM. BY LAZAREV.B.G.
SEMENENKO,E.E. TUTOViV.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN 55R, KHARKOV.
S PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 412-5.
S6. REtAXATION MECHANISMS IN N-INSB UNDER CONDITIONS OF ELECTRON HEATING IN A QUANTIZING
SMGNETIC FIELD. BY ZLO9INA.M. KALITENKO.N.G. KICHIGIN,D.A. MIRONOVO.A. (ACADEMY
"Of SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. INST. OF RADIOPHYSICS AND ELECTRONICS)
P 415-8.
7. LOW-TEMPERATURE ANOMALIES OF THE DYNAMICS OF A PARAMAGNETIC CRYSTAL RESONATOR. BY
SADREEVA.F. (KRASNOYARSK UNIV., USSR) P 419-24.
8. TEMPERATURE AND FIELD DEPENDENCE OF THE MAGNETIZATION AND CRITICAL SPIN-FLOP ANGLE IN AN
ANTIFERROMAGNETIC CRYSTAL: BY ZUEV,A.V. STEFANOVSKII,E.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
UKRAINIAN SSR, DONETS. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 425-7.
9. ELECTRONIC SPECTRUM OF QUASI-ONE-DIMENSIONAL FERMI SYSTEMS WITH DIAGONAL AND
OFF-DIAGONAL DISORDER. BY GOLUBA.A. CHUMAKOV,YU.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
MOLDAVIAN SSR, KISHINEV. INST. OF APPLIED PHYSICS) P 427-31.
10. VIBRATIONAL SPECTRUM MODIFICATION FOR CRYSTALS WITH LONG-RANGE IMPURITY STATES. BY
IVANOVM.A. POGORELOVYU.;. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR. KIEV. INST. OF
METAL PHYSICS P 432-8.
11. THE EXCITED TRIPLET STATE OF NITROGEN (A(3)SIGMA(*)(U)) IN CRYOGENIC CRYSTALS. BY
POLTORATSKIIYU.B. FUGOLI.YA. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 439-44.
12. DIFFUSION OF HE(4) IN D(2) CLOSE TO THE PHASE MIXING TRANSITION LIME. BY
BEZVERKHII,P.P. MATIZEN,E.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, NOVOSIBIRSK. INST. OF
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY) P 445-6.
13. SPATIAL SEPARATION OF OPPOSITE CHARGES AND FORMATION OF DIPOLE COMPLEXES IN STRATIFIED
(3)HE-(4)HE LIQUID SOLUTIONS. BY MONARKHA.YU.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN
SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 447-8.
14. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF SMALL LANTHANUM PARTICLES. BY MOROZOVYJ.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS) P 449-5C.
15. LIQUID-CRYSTAL PHASE TRANSITION IN A SYSTEM OF SURFACE ELECTRONS AT TEMPERATURES BELOW
0.3 K. BY RYBALKO,A.S. ESELSONB.N. KOVDRYA,YU.Z. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 450-1.
16. CONDUCTIVITY OF A TWO-DIMENSIONAL WIGNER CRYSTAL OF SURFACE ELECTRONS IN HELIUM IN A
RAPIDLY ALTERNATING ELECTRICAL FIELD. BY MONARKHAYU.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 451-2.
17. BORIS LEREMIEVICH VERKIN ION HIS SIXTIETH BIRTHDAY). P 453.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 44, NO. 16 (APR 1980)
18. PRESSURE DEPENDENCE OF THE SPECIFIC-HEAT JUMP AT THE SUPERFLUID TRANSITION AND THE
EFFECTIVE MASS OF (3)HE. BY ALVESALOT.A. HAAVASOJAT. MANNINENM.T. SOINNEA.T.
(HELSINKI UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY, ESPOO FINLAND. LOW TEMPERATURE LAB.) P 1076-9.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 44, NO. 17 (APR 19801
19. OBSERVATION OR ORDER-PARAMETER ENHANCEMENT BY MICROWAVE IRRADIATION IN A SUPERCONDUCTING
ALUMINUM CYLINDER. BY PALSJ.A. DOBBENJ. (PHILIPS RESEARCH LABS., EINDHOVEN,
NETHERLANDS) P 1143-6.
20. FLUXOID PINNING BY SMALL NITRI3E PRECIPITATES IN NIOBIUM. BY KERCHNERVH.R. NARAYANJ.
CHRISTENsD.K. SEKULAS.T. (OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LAB., TENN. SOLID STATE OIV.)
P 1146-9.
21. TRANSITION TO LOCALIZATION IN GRANULAR ALUMINUM FILMS. BY DEUTSCHER,G.
BANDYOPADHYAYB. CHUIT. ET AL (TEL-AVIV UNIV., RAMAT-AVIV, ISRAEL) P 1150-3.
22. NONMETALLIC CONDUCTION IN ELECTRON INVERSION LAYERS AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY BISHOPD.J.
TSUID.C. DYNESR.C. (BELL TELEPHONE LABS., INC., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 1153-6.
23. ISOTOPE EFFECT IN MOLECULAR TUNNELING. BY ALBEN,J.O. BEECE,0. BOWNE.S.F. ET AL
(ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1157-60.

PHYS. REV. A VOL 21, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
Z4. INTERACTION ENERGY BETWEEN TWO GROUND-STATE HELIUM ATOMS USING MANY-BODY PERTURBATION
THEORY. BY SILVER,O.M. (JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV., LAUREL, MD. APPLIED PHYSICS LAB.)
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PHYS. REV. A VOL 21, NO. 4 (APR 1980) (CONT.)
25. ABSOLUTE ELASTIC DIFFERENTIAL ELECTRON SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONS F3R HE A PROPOSED
CALIBRATION STANDARD FROM 5 TO 200 EV. BY REGISTER,D.F. TRAJMAR,S. SRIVASTAVA,S.K.
(CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH., PASADENA. JET PROPULSION LAB.) P 1134-51.
26. COLLISION-INDUCED RAMAN SPECTRA OF NEON AND THE DIATOM POLARIZABILITY. BY FROMMHOLODL.
PROFFITTM.H. (TEXAS UNIV., AUSTIN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1249-55.

J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 72, NO. 5 (MAR 1980)
27. SOLVATION FORCES IN SIMPLE DENSE FLUIDS. I. BY SNOOK,I.K. VAN MEGENW. (ROYAL
MELBOURNE INST. OF TECH., AUSTRALIA. DEPT. OF AFPLIED PHYSICS) P 2907-13.
28. IODINE AT HIGH PRESSURES AND LOW TEMPERATURES. BY DUNN,K.J. BUNDY,F.P. (GENERAL
ELECTRIC CO., SCHENECTADY, N. Y. CENTER FOR CORPORATE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)
P 2936-40.
29. USE OF THE MULTIPLE-SCATTERING METHOD FOR CALCULATING THE ASYMMETRY PARAMETER IN THE
ANGLE-RESOLVED PHOTOELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY OF N(2), CQO C0(2). COS. AND CS(2). BY
GRIMMF.A. CARLSONT.A. DRESS,W.B. ET AL (TENNESSEE UNIV., KNOXVILLE. DEPT. OF
CHEMISTRY) P 3041-8.
30. ELECTRON MOBILITY IN SUPERCRITICAL ETHANE AS A FUNCTION OF DENSITY AND TEMPERATURE. BY
NISHIKAWA,M. HOLROYODR.A. SOWADA9U. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF PURE AND APPLIED
SCIENCES) P 3081-4.
31. DISSOCIATIVE CHARGE TRANSFER OF HE(+) IONS WITH H(2) AND 0(2) MOLECULES FROM 78 TO 330
K. BY JOHNSEN,R. CHEN,A. BIONDIM.A. (PITTSBURGH UNIV., PA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND
ASTRONOMY) P 3085-8.
32. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS STUDIES OF LENNARD-JONES LIQUID MIXTURES. VI. TEMPERATURE, DENSITY,
AND UNLIKE INTERACTION DEPENDENCE IN STATIC AND DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF BINARY EQUIMOLAR
MIXTURES. BY NAKANISHIK. NARUSAWA,H. TOUKUBO,K. KYOTOO UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF
INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY) P 3089-95.
33. HIGH-TEMPERATURE THERMAL EXPANSION CHARACTERISTICS OF SOLID ARGON AND KRYPTON. BY
SCHWALBEL.A. WILKINSR.W. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. MEX.) P 3130-3.
34. VIBRATIONAL RELAXATION OF HF(V=1 AND 3) IN H(2), N(2), AND 0(2) AT 200 AND 295 K. BY
BOTTJ.F. HEIONER,R.F. (AEROSPACE CORP., LOS ANGELES, CALIF. AEROPHYSICS LAB.)
P 3211-5.
35. MOLECULAR LIBRATIONS OF SOLID CO(2) UNDER HIGH PRESSURE BASED ON KIHARA CORE POTENTIALS.
BY KOBASHI,K. KIHARA,T. KYOTOO UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 3216-20.
36. THE WATER-WATER PAIR POTENTIAL NEAR THE HYDROGEN BONDED EQUILIBRIUM CONFIGURATION. BY
SCEATSM.G. RICE,S.A. (ROCHESTER UNIV., N. Y. OEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 3236-47.
37. THE ENTHALPY AND HEAT CAPACITY OF LIQUID WATER AND ICE POLYMORPHS FROM A RANDOM NETWORK
MODEL. BY SCEATSM.G. RICES.A. (ROCHESTER UNIV., N. Y. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 3248-59.
38. THE ENTROPY OF LIQUID WATER FROM THE RANDOM NETWORK MODEL. BY SCEATS,M.G. RICE,S.A.
(ROCHESTER UNIV., N. Y. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 3260-2.
39. MOLECULAR DYNAMIC SIMULATION OF HARD SPHERES NEAR A HARD WALL. BY GRIGERAJ.R. (LA
PLATA UNIV. NATIONAL, ARGENTINA) P 3439-40.

J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 72, NO. 6 (MAR 1980)
40. STUDIES OF SHEAR WAVES AND TRANSLATION-ROTATION COUPLING OF LIQUID NITROBENZENE IN NEAT
LIQUID AND IN CARBON TETRACHLORIDE SOLUTION BY DEPOLARIZED RAYLEIGH SCATTERING. BY
LEMPERTW. WANGC.H. (UTAH UNIV., SALT LAKE CITY. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 3490-5.
41. SEGREGATION OF CO-ADSORBED SPECIES HYDROGEN AND CARBON MONOXIDE ON THE (111) SURFACE
OF RHODIUM. (100 K). BY WILLIAMSE.D. THIELP.A. WEINBERG,W.H. YATES,J.T.,JR.
(CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH., PASADENA. DIV. OF CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING)
P 3496-505.
42. ULTRASONIC ABSORPTION IN AQUEOJS BINARY MIXTURES. II. P-DIOXANE-WATER AT 11 AND 25
DEGREES C. BY ATKINSONG. RAJAGOPALAN,S. ATKINSON,B.L. (OKLAHOMA UNIV., NORMAN.
DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 3511-6.
43. SEDIMENTATION EQUILIBRIUM IN CONCENTRATED, MULTICOMPONENT PARTICLE DISPERSIONS, HARD
SPHERES IN THE PERCUS-YEVICK APPROXIMATION. BY VRIJA. (UTRECHT RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT,
NETHERLANDS. VANT HOFF LAB.) P 3735-9.
44. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN GRAPHITE-POTASSIUM INTERCALATION COMPOUNDS. BY SANO,M.
INOKUCHI,H. KOBAYASHIM. ET AL (UNIVERSITY OF ELECTRO-COMMUNICATIONS, TOKYO, JAPAN.
DEPT. OF MATERIALS SCIENCE) P 3840-1.

J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 72, NO. 7 (APR 1980)
45. NON-MARKOVIAN EFFECTS ON VIBRATIONAL ENERGY RELAXATION IN LIQUIDS. BY ABBOTTR.J.
OXTOBYOD.W. (MCDONNELL-DOUGLAS ASTRONAUTICS CORI., ST. LOUIS, MO.) P 3972-8.
46. EFFECTIVE INTRAMOLECULAR POTENTIALS FOR MOLECULAR BROMINE IN ARGON. COMPARISON OF THEORY
WITH SIMULATION, BY PRATTL.R. CHANDLER. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., BERKELEY. DEPT. OF
CHEMISTRY) P 4045-8.
47. THE EFFECT OF PRESSURE ON REFRACTIVE INDEX OF LIQUIDS, CALCULATED UP TO 100 MPA. BY
RICHARDA.J. (VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIV., RICHMOND. DEPT. OF PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTRY) P 4063-5.
48. THE MEAN SPHERICAL APPROXIMATION AND EFFECTIVE PAIR POTENTIALS IN LIQUIDS. BY
MADOEN,W.G. RICE,S.A. (DARTMOUTH COLL., HANOVER, N. H. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY)
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J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 72, NO. 7 (APR 1980) (CONT.)
49. THE VIBRATIONAL RELAXATION OF 0(3) BY HE, 0(2) AND H(2), BY MOY,J. MAO,C.-R.
GOROONR.J. (MINNESOTA MINING AND MFG. CO., ST. PAUL, MINN.) P 4216-22.

PHYS. LETT. A VOL 76, NO. 394 (MAR 1980)
50. NONLINEAR HYDRODYNAMICS IN SUPERFLUID (3)HE AT ZERO TEMPERATURE. BY COMBESCOTR.
DOMBRE.T. (ECOLE NORMAL SUPERIEURE, PARIS, FRANCE. GROUP DE PHYSIQUE DES SOLIDES)
P 293-6.
51. MAGNETIC PHASES OF SUPERFLJIO (3)HE IN (3)HE-HE II SOLUTIONS. BY MEYEROVICHtA.E.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCON. INST. FOR PHYSICAL PROBLEMS) P 297-9.
52. LONGITUDINAL MAGNETIC RELAXATION IN SUPERFLUID (3)HE-A. BY KATAYAMAT. OOIWAK.
ISHIIC. (SCIENCE UNIV. OF TOKYO, JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 300-2.
53. A ROTON-ORIVEN MECHANISM FOR NUCLEATION OF NEGATIVELY CHARGED VORTEX RINGS IN
ISOTOPICALLY PURE SUPERFLUID (4)HE. BY MCCLINTOCKP.V.E. MOSSIF.E. BOWLEYR.HM
(LANCASTER UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 303-5.
54. RENORMALIZATION GROUP RECURSION RELATIONS INVOLVING DYNAMICS FOR A SUPERCONDUCTOR IN A
MAGNETIC FIELD BY BUSHEVM.K. UZUNOV,O.I. (BULGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, SOFIA.
INST. OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 306-8.
55. EIGENSTATES AND EIGENVALUES OF A CURRENT BIASED JOSEPHSON JUNCTION. BY ROGOVIN,0.
SCULLYM. (SCIENCE APPLICATIONS, INC., LA JOLLA, CALIF.) P 309-10.
56. STRUCTURE IN NUCLEAR SPIN ECHOES FROM FERROMAGNETS, BY KINNEAR,R.W.N. CAMPBELL,S.J.
CHAPLIN,D.H. (NEW SOUTH WALES UNIV., OUNTROON, AUSTRALIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 311-4.
57. APPLICATION OF EXTENDED ZIMAN THEORY TO THE TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE RESISTIVITY OF
AMORPHOUS FERROMAGNETIC FE-B. BY MOGRO-CAMPEROA. (GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., SCHENECTADY,
N. Y. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER P 315-7.
58. BAND STRUCTURE EFFECTS IN THE HEAT CAPACITY OF ABSORBED HELIUM. BY SILVA-MOREIRA,A.F.
CODONA,J. GOODSTEIN,0. (CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH., PASADENA. DEPT. OF LOW TEMPERATURE
PHYSICS) P 324-6.
59. ELECTRONIC STATE OF AU IN CS(2)AU(Z)CL(6) AT HIGH PRESSURE. BY STANEKJ. HAFNER.S.S.
SCHULZH. (MARBURG UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER MINERALOGIE) P 333-4.
60. (35)CL NQR STUDY OF THE INCOMMENSURATE PHASE TRANSITION IN K(2)ZNCL(4). BY MILIA,F.
VOUDOURISM. (DEMOCRITUS NUCLEAR RESEARCH CENTER, ATHENS, GREECE) P 350-2.
61. FLUORESCENCE OF THE F-CENTER IN SAPPHIRE BELOW 75 K. BY BREWERJ.D. SUMMERSG.P.
(OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV., STILLWATER. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 353-4.
62* NEUTRON DIFFRACTION STUDIES OF SOLID PARAHYDROGEN AT PRESSURES UP TO 5 KBAR. BY
VINDRYAVSKIIqB.A. ISHMAEVS.N. SAOIKOVI.P. ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR,
MOSCOW. INST. OF ATOMIC ENERGY) P 355-8.

SCIENCE VOL 208, NO. 4443 (MAY 1980)
63. GIANT CORPORATIONS FROM TINY CHIPS GROW. BY ROBINSONA.L. P 480-4.
64. RADIANT HEAT FOR ENERGY CONSERVATION. BY POUND,R.V. (HARVARD UNIV., CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
LYMAN LAB. OF PHYSICS) P 494-5.

SCIENCE VOL 208, NO. 4444 (MAY 1980)
65. SWEDEN BEYOND OIL NUCLEAR COMMITMENTS AND SOLAR OPTIONS. BY LOENNROTHM.
JOHANSSONT.B. STEENP. (SECRETARIAT FOR FUTURES STUDIES, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN)
P 557-63.
66. COGENERATION OF ELECTRIC ENERGY AND NITRIC OXIDE. BY VAYENAS.C.G. FARRR.OD
(MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH., CAMBRIDGE. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 593-4.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 7 (MAR 1980)
67. GEOMETRICAL STRUCTURE AND METAL-METAL BONDING IN NIOBIUM CHALCOGENIDES AND CHALCOGENIDE
HALIDES. BY BULLETT,D.W. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER FESTKOERPERFORSCHUNG, STUTTGART,
GERMANY) P 1267-76.
68. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF YTTERBIUM GALLIUM GARNET BETWEEN 44 MK AND 4 K. BY FILIPPIJ.
LASJAUNIASqJ.C. HEBRALB. ET AL (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE,
GRENOBLE, FRANCE. LOUIS NEEL LAB.) P 1277-83.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 8 (MAR 1980)
69. THE GENERALISED PHONON DENSITY OF STATES OF ICH(3)NHI3))(21 MNCL(4) EXPERIMENTS AND
MODEL CALCULATIONS. (4-405 K). BY KESHARWANI,K.M. LEHNERN. STROBELK. GEICK,R.
(WUERZBURG UNIV., GERMANY. PHYSIKALISCHES INST.) P 1391-402.
70. PHASE FLUCTUATIONS. DISORDER AND NONLINEARITY IN ONE DIMENSION I. THE LINEAR LIMIT.
BY BAERISWYLD. BISHOP,A.R. (RCA LABS., LTD., ZURICH, SWITZERLAND) P 1403-18.
71. CRITICAL BEHAVIOUR OF THE MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY AT MARGINAL DIMENSIONALITY IN
LITBF(4). BY BEAUVILLAINP. CHAPPERTC. LAURSENvI. (PARIS UNIV., ORSAY, FRANCE-
INST. D ELECTRONIQUE FONDAMENTALE) P 1481-91.
72. THE COMPLETE RAMAN SPECTRUM OF PARAELECTRIC AND FERROELECTRIC LEAD GERMANATE. (110-454
K). BY LOCKWOO OJ. HOSEAT.J. TAYLOR,W. (EDINBURGH UNIV., SCOTLAND. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 1539-53.
73. SOUND TRANSFORMATION AT THE FREE SURFACE OF LIQUID HELIUM II. BY KESSLERW.D.
OSBORNE,O.V. (UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA, NORWICH, ENGLAND. SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS AND
PHYSICS) P 1571-9.





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J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 8 (MAR 1980) (CONT.)
74. RELATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS OF BULK AND INTERFACE EFFECTS TO THE AC CONDUCTIVITY IN
EVAPORATED SILICON-MONOXIDE FILMS SANDWICHED BETWEEN GOLD ELECTRODES. (77-423 K). BY
JOUROAINM. DESPUJOLS,J. (REIMS UNIV., FRANCE. LAB. 0 ELECTRONIQUE ET DES RAYONS X)
P 1593-606.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 9 (MAR 1980)
75. THE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY AND SPECIFIC HEAT OF EXTRUDED POLYETHYLENE BELOW 1 K. (LETTER
TO THE EDITOR). BY FINLAYSOND.M. MASON,P. ROGERS,J.N. GREIGD. (SAINT ANDREWS
UNIV., SCOTLAND. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P L185-8.
76. THE LOW TEMPERATURE STRUCTURE OF SODIUM TUNGSTEN BRONZE. NA(XIWO(3). BY RAMAGEW.
TUNSTALLD.P. (SAINT ANDREWS UNIV., SCOTLAND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1623-33.
77. THERMAL EXPANSION OF ZNTE AND RGTE AND HEAT CAPACITY OF HGTE AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY
COLLINS,J.G. WHITEG.K. BIRCHJ.A. SMITHT.F. (COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND
INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANIZATION, SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA. DIV. OF APPLIED PHYSICS)
P 1649-56.
78. THE RELEVANCE AND LIMITATIONS OF THE CLAUSIUS-MOSOTTI RELATION IN QUANTUM SYSTEMS. BY
GUNNJ.M.F. ORTUNO.M. (CAHBRIDGE UNIV., ENGLAND. CAVENDISH LAB.) P 1669-78.
79. DIFFUSION THERMOELECTRIC POWER OF BISMUTH IN NON-QUANTISING MAGNETIC FIELDS.
PSEUDO-PARABOLIC MODEL. BY MIKHAILI.F.I. HANSENO.P. NIELSEN.H. (COPENHAGEN UNIV.,
DENMARK. H. C. OERSTED INST.) P 1697-713.
80. FIRST-ORDER TRANSITIONS AND THE MAGNETIC PHASE DIAGRAM OF CESB. BY LEBECHB.
CLAUSENK. VOGTO. (RISOE NATIONAL LAB., ROSKILOE, DENMARK. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 1725-33.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 10 (APR 1980)
81. INTERNAL-FRICTION PEAK IN AMORPHOUS SELENIUM AT LOW TEMPERATURE. (LETTER TO THE
EDITOR). BY DUQUESNEJ.Y. BELLESSAtG. (PARIS UNIV., ORSAY, FRANCE. LAB. DE PHYSIQUE
DES SOLIDES) P L215-9.
82. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE CRYSTAL AND MAGNETIC STRUCTURES OF BIFEO(3). BY
FISCHERP. POLOMSKAM. SOSNOWSKAI. SZYMANSKI,M. (EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE
HOCHSCHULE, ZURICH, SWITZERLAND. INST. FUER REAKTORTECHNIK) P 1931-40.
83. ELASTIC CRITICAL BEHAVIOUR IN SRTIO(3). BY HOECHLIU.T. BRUCE.A.D. (IBM RESEARCH
LAB., ZURICH, SWITZERLAND) P 1963-76.

JPN. J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 19, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
84. CLARIFICATION OF UNCERTAINTY IN THE TRIPLE POINT OF WATER AS A TEMPERATURE FIXED POINT
BY SUYAMAY. (NATIONAL RESEARCH LAB. OF METROLOGY, TOKYO, JAPAN. THERMOMETRY SECTION)
P 421-6.
85. CRITICAL RESOLVED SHEAR STRESSES OF TWO SLIP SYSTEMS IN BISMUTH SINGLE CRYSTALS. BY
OTAKEtS. NAMAZUEH. MATSUNON. (SCIENCE UNIV. OF TOKYO, JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 433-7.
86. ELECTRIC RESISTIVITY AND CYCLIC DEFORMATION OF LIQUI-QUENHED FEBASED AND CO-BASED
AMORPHOUS ALLOYS: BY 001,. HANAMURA,T. MATSUIM. IMURA,T. (NAGOYA UNIV., JAPAN.
OEPT. OF METALLURGY) P 449-52.
87. CARRIER CONCENTRATION DEPENDENCE OF NEGATIVE LONGITUDINAL MAGNETORESISTANCE FOR N-INSB
AT 77 K. BY IMAMURA,K. HARUNA,K. OHNO,I. (TAMAGAWA UNIV., MACHIDA, TOKYO, JAPAN.
DEPT. OF ELECTRONICS) P 495-9.
88. ANALYSIS OF THE EXCITON LUMINESCENCE OF SILICON FOR CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CONTENT OF
IMPURITIES. BY NAKAYAMAH. NISHINOiT. HAMAKAWAY. (OSAKA UNIV., JAPAN. FACULTY OF
ENGINEERING SCIENCE) P 501-11.
89. CONTROL OF ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY BY HOT-ELECTRON INTERVALLEY TRANSFER IN N-TYPE
SILICON. BY TOYOTOMI,S. (TOYAMA MEDICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 569-70.

SOV. PHYS. TECH. PHYS. (EN;L. TRANSL.) VOL 24, NO. 8 (AUG 1979)
90. INTEGRAL REPRESENTATION OF THE INDUCTANCE OF A SYSTEM CONSISTING OF A SUPERCONDUCTING
SPHERE AND CURRENT-CARRYING COILS. BY VESELITSKIII.V. URMANYU.M. (GORKII STATE
UNIV., USSR) P 881-2.
91. LASER SONOLUMINESCENCE IN LIQUID NITROGEN. BY GOLUBNICHIIP.I. OYADYSESHKINP.I.
KALYUZHNIIG.S. KORCHIKOVS.OD P 1006-7.

SOV. PHYS. SOLID STATE (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 21, NO. 10 (OCT 1979)
92. INFLUENCE OF VARIABLE DEFORMATION TEMPERATURES ON THE DISLOCATION STRUCTURE OF LIF
CRYSTALS. BY SMIRNOVB.I. SAMOILOVAT.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, LENINGRAD.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 1674-8.
93. INFLUENCE OF PREVIOUS FIELO-EMISSION MEASUREMENTS ON THE SHAPE OF THE CURRENT-VOLTAGE
CHARACTERISTICS OF A GERMANIUM SINGLE CRYSTAL. BY OYAKONOVA,N.I. MILESHKINAN.V.
LENINGRADD STATE UNIV., USSR) P 1800-1.
94. INFLUENCE OF CARRIERS ON THE FARADAY EFFECT IN CONDUCTING EUO(I-OELTA) SINGLE CRYSTALS,
BY SAMOKHVALOVA.A.A GUNICHEV,A.F. LOSHKAREVAN.N. CHEBOTAEVN.M. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE USSR, SVERDLOVSK. INST. OF METAL PHYSICS) P 1828-9.






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SOV. PHYS. SOLID STATE (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 21, NO. 10 (OCT 19791 (CONT.)
95. THERMAL EXPANSION OF RARE-EARTH GERMANIDES WITH THE 08(5) STRUCTURE, BY BARMINS.I.
KRENTSISiR.P. GELD,P.V. BATALIN,V.G. (URALS POLYTECHNIC INST., SVERDLOVSK, USSR)
P 1830-1.

SOV. PHYS. J. (ENGL. TRANSL.I VOL 22, NO. 7 (JUL 19791
96. QUANTUM POLARIZATION EFFECT OF HOMOGENEOUS SUPERCCNDUCTORS IN AN ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD
OF CRITICAL FREQUENCY. BY NAIMI,E.K. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST.
OF STEEL AND ALLOYS) P 799-801.

UKR. FIZ. ZH. (RUSS. ED.) VOL 25, NO. 2 (FEB 19801
97. THERMOELECTRIC. THERMOMAGNETIC PROPERTIES AND VALENCE BAND STRUCTURE OF PB(1-X)SN(X)TE
SINGLE CRYSTALS. BY ZAYACHUKD.M. STARIKP.M. (CHERNOVITS STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR)
P 201-6.
98. INVESTIGATION OF MAGNETIC TRANSFORMATIONS IN MN(i-XIFE(X)AS ALLOYS UNDER PRESSURE UP TO
32 KBAR. BY GRIBANOV,I.F. ZAVAOSKIIIE.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR,
DONETSK. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 207-11.
99. PROPERTIES OF HEAVY ALKALI METALS UNDER PRESSURE. BY EREMENKOT.M. ZAROCHENTSEVE.V.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, DONETSK. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 262-70.
100. THE ILLUMINATION EFFECT ON THE SOFT MODE AND DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF SN(21P(2)S(61) BY
VYSOCHANSKII,YU.M. SLIVKA,V.YU. PERECHINSKIIS.I. ET AL (UZHGOROD STATE UNIV.,
UKRAINIAN SSR) P 281-4.
101. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE COEFFICIENT OF IR-LIGHT ABSORPTION BY NONEQUILIBRIUM HOLES
IN GERMANIUM IN LASER EXCITATION. BY LINNIKL.F. LINNIKL.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF SEMICONDUCTORS) P 323-5.
102. REFLECTION SPECTRA AND OPTICAL FUNCTIONS OF INDIUM PHOSPHIDE. BY SOBOLEV,V.V.
OONETSKIKHV.I. ALEKSEEVAS.A. ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE MOLDAVIAN SSR,
KISHINEV. INST. OF APPLIED PHYSICS) P 329-32.

UKR. FIZ. ZH. (RUSS. ED.) VOL 25, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
103. RECOMBINATION IN N-TYPE CD(X)HG(1-X)TE CRYSTALS UNDER SURFACE EXCITATION. BY
VLASENKOA.I. LYUBCHENKOA.V. SALKOVtE.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR,
KIEV. INST. OF SEMICONDUCTORS) P 434-41.

PHYS. MET. METALLOGR. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 46, NO. 6 (19781
104. MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY OF LA(X)SM(1-X)B(6) SOLID SOLUTIONS, BY AYVAZOV*H.I.
ALEKSANDROVICHtS.V. ZINCHENKO,K.A. MKRTCHYANV.S. P 39-42.
105. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY PARAMETERS OF POLYCRYSTALLINE NIOBIUM FILMS. BY KANDYBAP.YE.
KOLESNIKOVD.P. TKACHEVV.A. P 43-8.
106. ELASTIC MODULUS ANOMALY IN IRON-MANGANESE ALLOYS WITH AN F.C.C. LATTICE. BY
KHOMENKOO.A. KHILKEVICHI.F. ZVIGINTSEVAG.YE. P 55-61.
107. ELECTRON-PHONON INTERACTION AND THE SUPERCONDUCTIVE TRANSITION POINT IN VANADIUMs
NIOBIUM AND TANTALUM-BASED BINARY ALLOYS. BY SHOLYANINOVAtE.A. SHIMANSKAYAN.N.
P 78-81.
108. INFLUENCE OF PRIOR ROLLING REDUCTION ON THE STRUCTURE AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF STEEL
KHI8NiQT. BY GINOINtI.A. LAZAREVAM.B. SOKOLENKOV.I. ET AL P 131-5.
109. CONCENTRATION DEPENDENCE OF THE SUPERCONDUCTIVE TRANSITION POINT OF DISORDERED ALLOYS.
BY ZHDANOVK.R. STARIKOVN.A. SHAPIROB.YA. P 159-62.

PHYS. MET. METALLOGR. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 47, NO. 1 (19795
110. THERMOOYNAMIC APPROACH TO THE DISLOCATION THEORY OF CREEP. BY KHANNANOV,SM.KH. P 31-6.
111. CREEP AND RUPTURE OF ALUMINIUM IN THE RANGE 77-273 K. BY DEMIKHOVSKAYAN.N.
KUROVI.YE. P 136-41.
112. INFLUENCE OF A STEADY MAGNETIC FIELD ON THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AND DISLOCATION
STRUCTURE OF NIOBIUM AND HOLYBDENUMH BY PAVLOVV.A. PERETURINAI. A. PECHERKINA,N.L.
P 141-9.
113. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SINGLE CRYSTALS OF ALLOYS NI(3)GA
AND NI(3)GE. BY STARENCHENKOV.A. KOBYTEVV.S. TEPLYAKOVAL.A. POPOVL.YE.
P 156-61.
114. MECHANICAL THINNING IN COPPER AND ALPHA SOLID SOLUTIONS OF CU-AL. BY DEMIRSKIIV.V.
KOMNIK,S.N. P 162-8.

PHILOS. MAG. B VOL 41, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
115. ELECTRICAL AND DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF AS(10)GE(15) TE(75)AG(X) GLASSES. (83-383 K).
BY PANWARIO.S. RADHAKRISHNAM. SRIVASTAVAK.K. LAKSHMINARAYANK.N. P 253-71.
116. A.C. LOSS IN AMORPHOUS GERMANIUM. (4-150 K). BY LONG,A.R. BALKANWM. (GLASGOW UNIV.,
SCOTLAND. DEPT. OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY) P 287-305.

J. CHEM. THERMODYN. VOL 12, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
117. ORTHOBARIC LIQUID DENSITIES AND EXCESS VOLUMES FOR MULTICOMPONENT MIXTURES OF LOW
MOLAR-MASS ALKANES AND NITROGEN BETWEEN 105 AND 125 K. BY HIZAnM.J. HAYNESW.M.H
(NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDSt BOULDER, COLO. THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES DIV.) P 1-10.






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J. CHEM. THERMODYN. VOL 12, NO. 1 (JAN 1980) (CONT.)
118. INTERACTION VIRIAL COEFFICIENTS IN HYDROGEN-BONOED MIXTURES. BY PASCON.F. HANDAY.P.
SCOTTR.L. KNOBLER.C.M. (CANTERBURY UNIV., CHRISTCHURCH, NEW EALAND. DEPT. OF
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 11-9.
119. VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIA FOR ETHANOL + METHYL METHACRYLATE. BY YUtJ.-M. ISHIKAWAtT.
LUeB.C.-Y. (OTTAWA UNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 57-63.
120. EXCESS VOLUMES OF TERNARY AND QUATERNARY MIXTURES OF N-ALKANES. BY LIM,C.B.
WILLIAMSONA.G. (CANTERBURY UNIV., CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL
ENGINEERING) P 65-70.
121. THERMOPHYSICS OF THE LANTHANIDE HYDROXIDES. I. HEAT CAPACITIES OF LA(OH)(3)t GO(OH)(3)t
AND EU(OH)(31 FROM NEAR 5 TO 350 K. LATTICE AND SCHOTTKY CONTRIBUTIONS. BY CHIRICO.R.D.
NESTRUME.F.,JR. (ILLINOIS UNIV., CHICAGO. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 71-85.

J. CHEM. THERMODYN. VOL 12, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
122. A NEW HIGH-PRESSURE RECYCLE-FLOW CALORIMETER AND RESULTS OF DETERMINATIONS WITH ETHANE.
BY NIYAZAKI.T. HEJMADI.A.V. PONERSJ.E. (ASAHI CHEMICAL INDUSTRY CO., TOKYO, JAPAN)
P 105-24.
123. NON-IDEAL MIXING BEHAVIOUR OF (0.5C(2)H(6)*0.5C(3)H(6)). I. RESULTS OF CALORIMETRIC
MEASUREMENTS, BY BIERK. KUNZEJ. MAURERG. (KARLSRUHE UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER
TECHNISCHE THERMOOYNAMIK UND KAELTETECHNIK) P 137-50.
124. NON-IDEAL MIXING BEHAVIOUR OF (0.5C(2)H(6)+0.5C(3)H(6)). II. EXCESS PROPERTIES AND THEIR
REPRESENTATION BY EQUATIONS OF STATE, BY BIERK. KUNZEJ. MAURERG. (KARLSRUHE
UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER TECHNISCHE THERMODYNAMIK UND KAELTETECHNIK) P 151-64.
125. PHASE EQUILIBRIA AND CRITICAL PHENOMENA IN FLUID (PROPANE + WATER) AT HIGH PRESSURES AND
TEMPERATURES. BY DE LOOS,TH.W. WIJEN,A.J.M. OIEPENG.A.M. (TECHNISCHE HOGESCHOOL,
DELFT. NETHERLANDS. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 193-204.

J. CHEM. THERMODYN. VOL 12, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
126. SPECIFIC VOLUMES OF BINARY LIQUID MIXTURES AT HIGH PRESSURES. I. EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS
FOR (ETHANOL + METHYLCYCLOPENTANE), (N-HEPTANE + ETHANOL), AND (METHYLCYCLOPENTANE +
N-HEPTANE). BY OZAWAS. OOYATSUN. YAMABEM. ET AL (TOHOKU UNIV., SENDAI, JAPAN.
DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 229-42.
127. ENTHALPIES OF SUBLIMATION AND VAPOUR PRESSURES OF 11 POLYCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS. BY DE
KRUIFC.G. (UTRECHT RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT, NETHERLANDS. GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB.) P 243-8.
128. SODIUM TETRAHYORIDOALUMINATE NAALH(4) AND HEXAHYDRIDOALUMINATE NA(3)ALH(6). MOLAR HEAT
CAPACITY AND THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES FOR 10 TO 300 K. BY BONNETOT,8. CHAHINEG.
CLAUDY,P. ET AL INSTITUTET NATIONAL DES SCIENCES APPLIQUEES DE LYON, VILLEURBANNE,
FRANCE. LAB. OE THERMOCHIMIE MINERAL) P 249-54.
129. APPARATUS FOR STUDYING PHASE EQUILIBRIA. PHASE EQUILIBRIA OF (CARBON DIOXIDE +
2,2-DIMETHYLPROPANE) IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 220 TO 300 K AND AT PRESSURES UP TO 6.7
MPA. BY STEADK. WILLIAMSJ.M. (EXETER UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 265-75.
130. ULTRASONIC SPEEDS AND THERMODYNAMICS OF (BENZENE + ANILINE) AND (CHLOROBENZENE +
ANILINE) UNDER HIGH PRESSURES. BY TAKAGI,T. KYOTOO TECHNICAL UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF
CHEMISTRY) P 277-86.
131. HEAT CAPACITY AND THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF NATL(3)(SO(3))(2) FROM 10 TO 330 K. BY
COFFYtG. MATSUOT. SUNNERS. TRANQUARDA. (LUND UNIV., SWEDEN. THERMOCHEMISTRY
LAB.) P 301-2.
132. HEAT CAPACITY AND THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF TL(3)PO(4) FROM 5 TO 320 K. BY COFFYG.
SUNNER.S. (LUND UNIV., SWEDEN. THERMOCHEMISTRY LAB.) P 303-4.

J. COLLOID INTERFACE SCI. VOL 74, NO. 1 (MAR 1980)
133. THE VIRIAL THEORY OF ADSORPTION A CRITICAL DISCUSSION. BY SOKOLOWSKIS. (MARIE
CURIE-SKLODOWSKI UNIV., LUBLIN, POLAND. INST. OF CHEMISTRY) P 26-31.

PROG. THEOR. PHYS. VOL 63, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
134. ANGULAR MOMENTUM IN SUPERFLUID (3)HE-A AT FINITE TEMPERATURES. BY MIYAKEK. USUIT.
(NAGOYA UNIV., JAPAN. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 711-4.

SPECTROCHIM. ACTA PART A VOL 36, NO. 3 (1980)
135. A RAMAN STUDY OF ADAMANTANE (C(10)H(16)), DIAMANTANE (C(14)H(20)) AND TRIAMANTANE
(C(18)H(24)) BETWEEN 10 K AND ROOM TEMPERATURES. BY JENKINST.E. LEWISJ. (UNIVERSITY
COLL. OF SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE, CARDIFF. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 259-64.

FLUID PHASE EQUILIB. VOL 4, NO. 1 + 2 (FEB 1980)
136. CALCULATION OF PHASE ENVELOPES AND CRITICAL POINTS FOR MULTICOMPONENT MIXTURES. BY
MICHELSENNHL. (TECHNICAL UNIV. OF DENMARK, LYNGBY. INST. FOR KEMITEKNIK) P 1-10.
137. THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES FROM CORRESPONDING STATES THEORY. BY MOLLERUPJ. (TECHNICAL
UNIV. OF DENMARK, LYNGBY. INST. FOR KEMITEKNIK) P 11-34.
138. IMPROVED ANALYTICAL REPRESENTATION OF ARGON THERMODYNAMICS BEHAVIOR. BY TWUC.H.
LEE,L.L. STARLINGK.E. (OKLAHOMA UNIV., NORMAN. SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND
MATERIALS SCIENCE) P 35-44.





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FLUID PHASE EQUILIB. VOL 4, NO. 1 f 2 (FEB 1980) (CONT.)
139. EVALUATION AND CORRELATION OF VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIA IN THE TERNARY SYSTEM
NITROGEN-ARGON-OXYGEN. BY BAE,H.K. NAGAHAMAeK. HIRATAM. (TOKYO METROPOLITAN UNIV.,
JAPAN. DEPT. OF INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY) P 45-60.
140. MOLECULAR BASIS OF ACTIVITY COEFFICIENT (ISOBA IC-ISOTHERMAL ENSEMBLE APPROACH). BY
MANSOORIG.A. (ILLINOIS UNIV., CHICAGO. DEPT. OF ENERGY ENGINEERING) P 61-9.
141. INTERMOLECULAR FORCES AND VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIA A SEMI-EMPIRICAL APPROACH. BY
CARRASS. SANTACESARIAE. FERRARIO,P. BOVONE,P. (POLITECNICO DI MILANO, ITALY.
ISTITUTO DI CHIMICA FISICA, ELETTROCHIMICA E METALLURGIA) P 89-104.
142. THERMODYNAMIC STUDY OF COMPLEX FORMATION IN FOUR BINARY LIQUID MIXTURES CONTAINING
CHLOROFORM* BY OHTA.T. ASANO,H. NAGATAI. IKANAZAHA UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL
ENGINEERING) P 105-14.
143. THERMODYNAMIC INVESTIGATION OF BINARY MIXTURES WITH WEAK CHARGE TRANSFER INTERACTIONS.
BY WISEJ.M. BALISH,M. GEREWITZF. FRIEDV. (BROOKLYN COLL., N. Y. OEPT. OF
CHEMISTRY) P 115-23.
144. EXTRACTION OF TETRAHYOROFURAN FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS. TERNARY LIQUID EQUILIBRIA WITH
CHLOROMETHANES AND CHLOROETHANES AS SOLVENTS. BY COCAJ. OIAZR.M. PAZOSC. (OVIEDO
UNIV., SPAIN. DEPT. DE INGENIERIA QUIMICA) P 125-36.
145. EQUILIBRIUM OF THREE LIQUID PHASES IN WATER--ACETONITRILE--BENZENE--N-HEXANE MIXTURES AT
65 DEGREES C. BY BOCKOP. (CORNELL UNIV., ITHACA, N. Y. BAKER LAB. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 137-50.
146. LIQUID-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM DATA THEIR RETRIEVAL. CORRELATION AND PREDICTION. PART III -
PREDICTION. BY MAGNUSSENT. SORENSEN,J.M. RASMUSSENP. FREDENSLUND,A. (DECHEMA
OEUTSCHE GESELLSCHAFT FUER CHEMISCHES APPARATEHESEN E.V., FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY)
P 151-63.

ZH. FIZ. KHIM. (RUSS. ED.) VOL 54, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
147. COMPRESSIBILITY OF GASEOUS TETRAFLUOROETHYLENE. BY KLEIMENOV,N.A. BORISOV,A.A.
MARKEVICHA.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS)
P 321-3.
148. SPECIFIC HEAT, ENTROPY AND ENTHALPY VARIATION OF KLU(NOO(4))(2) IN THE REGION 4.8-311 K.
BY FROLOVAG.I. KOZEEVE,L.P. PAUKOVI.E. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR,
NOVOSIBIRSK. INST. OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY) P 336-7.
149. CRYOSTAT FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF JOULE-THOMSON ADIABATIC EFFECT FOR GASES AND GAS-LIQUID
SYSTEMS. BY SILANTEVV.B. OSTRONOVsM.G. POLYAKOVAsN.V. P 523-6.
150. SI SYSTEM AND THERMODYNAMIC CALCULATIONS. BY KRASNOV9K.S. P 534-7.


SECTION II. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

CRYOGENICS VOL 20, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
151. SPACE APPLICATIONS OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY DIGITAL ELECTRONICS. BY HARRISR.E.
(NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO. ELECTROMAGNETIC TECHNOLOGY OIV.)
P 171-81.
152. WORLDWIDE CRYOGENICS SWITZERLANO. CRYOGENICS AT SULZER, BY EBERN. P 183-9.
153. SIMPLE, INEXPENSIVE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER. USING INTEGRATED CIRCUITS FOR CRYOGENIC
EXPERIMENTS, BY CEYT.K. BHATTACHARYYAS.K. (INOIAN INST. OF TECH.* KHARAGPUR.
CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING CENTRE) P 191-2.
154. PREPARATION AND CALIBRATION OF NBS SRM767 A SUPERCONDUCTIVE TEMPERATURE FIXED POINT
DEVICE. BY SCHOOLEYJ.F. EVANSG.A.,JR. SOULENR.J*.JR. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF
STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, 0. C. CENTER FOR ABSOLUTE PHYSICAL QUANTITIES) P 193-9.
155. STUDY OF JET PUMPS FOR CIRCULATING A HELIUM TWO-PHASE MIXTURE BY AGAPOV,N.N.
AGEEVA.I. BELUSKINfB.A. ZELDOVICHA.G. (JOINT INST. FOR NUCLEAR RESEARCH, DUBNA,
USSR. HIGH ENERGY LAB.) P 200-2.
156. APPARATUS TO MEASURE THERMAL CONOUCTANCE. BY KUCHNIRM. (FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR
LAB., BATAVIA, ILL.) P 203-7.
157. NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF HEAT-INDUCED TRANSIENTS IN FORCED FLOW HELIUM COOLING SYSTEMS. BY
BENKOWITSCHJ. KRAFFTsG. (KERNFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM KARLSRUHE, GERMANY. INST. FUER
TECHNISCHE PHYSIK) P 209-15.
158. TRANSIENT FIELD LOSSES IN MULTIFILAMENTARY COMPOSITE CONDUCTORS CARRYING DC TRANSPORT
CURRENTS. BY OGASAHARAT. TAKAHASHI,Y. KANBARA*K. ET AL (NIHON UNIV., TOKYO, JAPAN.
ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH INST.) P 216-22.
159. MEASUREMENT OF ABSOLUTE INTENSITY OF WEAK MAGNETIC FIELDS USING RF BIASED SOUIDO BY
KOSUGEK. TODAY. NAGANO,H. (TOKAI UNIV., KANAGAWA, JAPAN. OEPT. OF ELECTRONIC
ENGINEERING) P 223-9.

CRYOGENICS VOL 20, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
160. SPACE APPLICATIONS OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY MICROWAVE AND INFRARED DETECTORS. BY
HAMILTONC.A. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO. ELECTROMAGNETIC TECHNOLOGY
DIV.) P 235-43.
161. HELIUM SOURCES AND RECOVERY PROCESSES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIA. BY
MUKHOPADHYAY,M. (INDIAN INST. OF TECH., BOMBAY. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING)
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CRYOGENICS VOL 20, NO. 5 (NAY 1980) (CONT.)
162. DIELECTRIC CONSTANT AND ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY OF LIQUID O-T. BY SOUERSP.C.
FEARONE.M. IWAMIYAJ.H. ET AL (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LIVERMORE. LAWRENCE LIVERMORE
LAB.) P 247-51.
163. IMPROVED WELD METAL SAFETY AT LIQUID NITROGEN TEMPERATURE. BY SZUMACHOWSKIE.R.
REIDH.F. (TELEDYNE MCKAY, YORK, PA. WELDING PRODUCTS OIV.) P 253-6.
164. SOME PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MULTICOMPONENT MOLYBDENUM CHALCOGENIDES. BY
ALEKSEEVSKIIN.E. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. FOR PHYSICAL
PROBLEMS) P 257-65.
165. SUPERFLUID PLUG AS A CONTROL DEVICE FOR HELIUM COOLANT. BY KARRG.R. URBANE.W.
(ALABAMA UNIV., HUNTSVILLE) P 266-70.
166. VERTICAL UNSTABLE STABILITY OF ELECTRODYNAMIC SUSPENSION OF HIGH-SPEED GROUND TRANSPORT.
BY BAIKOvA.V. VOEVOOSKIIK.E. KOCHETKOVV.M. LENINGRADD RAILWAY ENGINEERING INST.,
USSR) P 271-6.
167. TIN, A CANDIDATE FOR LOW TEMPERATURE NMR THERMOMETER, BY AHOLA,H. EHNHOLMtG.J.
ISLANDERS.T. ET AL (HELSINKI UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY, ESPOO, FINLAND. LOW TEMPERATURE
LAB.) P 277-82.
168. ACOUSTIC EMISSION IN A COMPOSITE COPPER NBTI CONDUCTOR. BY NOMURA,H. SINCLAIR,M.N.L.
IWASA,Y. (MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH., CAMBRIDGE. FRANCIS BITTER NATIONAL MAGNET
LAB.) P 283-9.
169. BOOK REVIEW. SUPERCOLD AN INTRODUCTION TO LOW TEMPERATURE TECHNOLOGY, BY WILSOsD.
(REVIEWED BY P. V. E. NCCLINTOCK. PUBLISHED BY FABER AND FABER, 8.50 POUNDS, (1979))
P 291.
170. BOOK REVIEW. A HISTORY OF REFRIGERATION THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. BY THEVENOTR.
(REVIEWED BY R. G. SCURLOCK. PUBLISHED BY INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF REFRIGERATION,
477PP (1979)) P 291-2.
171. BOOK REVIEW. APPLICATIONS OF CRYOGENIC TECHNOLOGY 9 LNG TERMINALS AND SAFETY SYMPOSIUM.
BY PETSINGERR.E. VANCE,R.W. (EDITORS) (REVIEWED BY J. B. GARDNER. PUBLISHED BY
SCHOLIUM INTERNATIONAL, 369PP, $39.50 (1979)) P 292.
172. BOOK REVIEW. CONCRETE AND CRYOGENICS. BY TURNERF.H. (REVIEWED BY A. L. MARSHALL.
PUBLISHED BY CEMENT AND CONCRETE ASSOCIATION, 100 PP, 10 POUNDS (1979)) P 292-3.

CHEM. ENG. PROG. VOL 76, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
173. THE PROCESS INDUSTRY AT THE TURNING POINT. BY MATHISJ.F. WEST,A.S. (EXXON CHEMICAL
CO., FLORHAM PARK, N. J.) P 13-4.
174. IS IT TIME TO PUT OUR HOUSE IN ORDER. BY LINDHEIM,J.B. (YANKELOVICH, SKELLY AND WHITE,
INC., NEW YORK, N. Y.) P 14-7.
175. ADVANCED CONTROL AT WYCONS AMMONIA PLANT. BY YOST,CC.C CURTISC.R. RYSKAMPC.J.
(WYCON CHEMICAL CO., CHEYENNE, WYO.) P 31-6.
176. AUTOMATION TURNS ENERGY CONSERVATION THEORY INTO REALITY. BY FUNKtG.L. (APPLIED
AUTOMATION, INC., BARTLESVILLE, OKLA. PROCESS TECHNOLOGY DIV.) P 46-52.
177. MULTI-COMPONENT DISTILLATION IN THE PRESENCE OF FREE WATER. BY NIEOZWIECKI,J.L.
SPRINGER,R.O. WOLFER.G. (EXXON RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING CO., FLORHAM PARK, N. J.)
P 57-8.
178. CONTINUOUS COUNTER-CURRENT EXTRACTION IN THE FOOD INDUSTRY. BY SCHWARTZBERG,H.G.
(MASSACHUSETTS UNIV., AMHERST. DEPT. OF FOOD ENGINEERING) P 67-85.
179. MATERIAL PROPERTIES IN SI UNITS. PART 3. BY NELSONR. P 86-8.
180. UNDERGROUND COAL GASIFICATION. BY STEPHENS,0.R. BRANDENBURGC.F. BURWELL,E.L.
(CALIFORNIA UNIV., LIVERMORE. LAWRENCE LIVERMORE LAB.) P 89-94.
181. PHILADELPHIA MEETING TO FOCUS ON FUELS AND PETROCHEMICALS. (TECHNICAL PROGRAM FOR THE
88TH NATIONAL MEETING, SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 8-12 AT THE PHILADELPHIA CIVIC CENTER). BY
KEMPH.S. (DU PONT CO., WILMINGTON, DEL.) P 96+98.

J. CHEM. ENG. DATA VOL 25, NO. 2 (APR 1980)
182. SOLUBILITY OF MIXTURES OF H(2)S AND CO(2) IN A MONOETHANOLAMINE SOLUTION AT LOW PARTIAL
PRESSURES. BY ISAACS,E.E. OTTOF.D. MATHER,A.E. (ALBERTA UNIV., EDMONTON. DEPT. OF
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 118-20.
183. VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM IN BINARY MIXTURES OF CARBON DIOXIDE + N-DECANE AND CARBON
DIOXIDE N-HEXADECANE. BY SEBASTIAN,H.M. SIMNICKJ.J. LINH.-M. CHAO,K.-C. (PURDUE
UNIV., WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 138-40.
184. VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM IN BINARY MIXTURES OF CARBON DIOXIDE + DIPHENYLMETHANE AND
CARBON DIOXIDE + 1-METHYLNAPHTHALENE. BY SEBASTIANH.M. NAGESHWAR,G.D. LIN,'.-M.
CHAOK.-C. PURSUEE UNIV., WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING)
P 145-7.
185. VAPOR-LIQUID PHASE EQUILIBRIA IN THE TERNARY SYSTEM HYDROGEN METHANE + TETRALIN. BY
SIMNICKJ.J. SEBASTIAN,H.M. LINH.-M. CHAO,K.-C. (PURDUE UNIV., WEST LAFAYETTE, IND.
SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 147-9.

CHEM. ENG. J. (LAUSANNE) VOL 19, NO. 1 (FEB 1980)
186. REVIEW PAPER. LATTICE-MODEL EXPRESSIONS FOR THE COMBINATOTIAL ENTROPY OF LIQUID MIXTURES
A CRITICAL DISCUSSION. BY SAYEGHS.G. VERAJ.H. (PETROLEUM RECOVERY INST., CALGARY,
ALBERTAl P 1-10.





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CHEM. ENG. J. (LAUSANNE) VOL 19, NO* 2 (MAR 19801
187. REVIEW PAPER. THE PRINCIPLE OF CONGRUENCE. BY KOHS.P. WILLIAMSON,A.G. (MALAYA UNIV.,
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 85-104.
188. POWER REQUIREMENTS OF HELICAL RIBBON MIXERS. BY BLASINSKIH. RZYSKIE. (TECHNICAL
UNIV. OF LOOZ, POLAND. INST. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 157-60.
189. PREDICTION OF EXCESS VOLUMES AND ENTHALPIES OF LIQUID MIXTURES OF TWO N-ALKANES FROM
DATA FOR THE PURE COMPONENTS. BY LIEBERMANN,E. (VIENNA UNIV., AUSTRIA. INST. FUER
PHYSIKALISCHE CHEMIE) P 161-6.

INO. ENG. CHEM. FUNOAM. VOL 19, NO. 2 (MAY 1980)
190. THE VISCOSITY AND THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF SIMPLE DENSE GASES. BY COHENY. SANDLERS.I.
(DELAWARE UNIV., NEWARK. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 186-8.

HEAT TRANSFER ENG. VOL It NO. 3 (JAN-MAR 1980)
191. CRITICAL REVIEW OF CORRELATIONS FOR PREDICTING TWO-PHASE FLOW PRESSURE DROP ACROSS TUBE
BANKS. (PRESENTED AT THE 1977 ASME WINTER ANNUAL MEETING, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, NOVEMBER
27-DECEMBER 2, 1977). BY ISHIHARAK. PALEN,J.N. TABOREK,J. (HEAT TRANSFER RESEARCH,
INC., ALHAMBRA, CALIF.) P 23-32.

SULZER TECH. REV. VOL 62, NO. 1 (1980)
192. LIQUEFIED GAS STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION PLANT IN SPAIN. BY MUELLERA, (SULZER BROS.,
LTD., WINTERTHUR9 SWITZERLAND. REFRIGERATING PLANTS, COMPRESSORS AND PROCESS
ENGINEERING DEPT.) P 30-2.

ASTRONAUT. AERONAUT. VOL 18, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
193. PRODUCTIVITY EXPANDING SOLE OF THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY. (GUEST EDITORIAL). BY
BARUCHJ.J. (DEPT. OF COMMERCE, WASHINGTON, 0. C. OFFICE OF PRODUCTIVITY, TECHNOLOGY,
AND INNOVATION) P 28-9.
194. JUST OVER THE HORIZON IN SPACE. BY BEKEY*I. NAUGLEJ.E. (NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND
SPACE ADMINISTRATION, WASHINGTON, D. C. SPACE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS) P 64-76.

SCI. AM. VOL 242, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
195. THE SUPERCONDUCTING COMPUTER, BY MATISOOJ. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN
HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 50-65.

IBM TECH. DISCLOSURE BULL. VOL 22, NO. 11 (APR 1980)
196. LIFT-OFF PROCESS FOR PRECISELY DEFINED GEOMETRY. BY BROOM.R.F. FORSTERT.
OOSENBRUGA. P 5086-7.
197. METHOD FOR SYNTHESIZING METASTABLE HIGH TC COMPOUNDS. BY CHAUDHARI,P. MACHLINtE.S.
P 5159.
198. GATED MICROBRIDGES. BY BROERS,A.N. LAIBOWITZR.B. P 5174-5.

CERN (EUR. ORGAN. NUCL. RES.) COURIER VOL 20, NO. 3 (MAY 1980)
199. RUTHERFORD HIGH ACCURACY SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNET FOR CERN. BY LITTJ. P 113.

OYO BUTSURI VOL 49, NO. 3 (1980)
200. NEW INTERNATIONAL TEMPERATURE SCALE BELOW 30 K. BY SAKURAItH. P --.

METALL. TRANS. A VOL 11, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
201. PERMEATION MEASUREMENTS OF HYDROGEN TRAPPING IN 1045 STEEL. BY ROBERTSONW.M.
THOMPSON,A.W. (ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE CENTER, THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF.) P 553-7.
202. CONCERNING THE ROLE OF MECHANICAL TWINNING ON THE STRESS-STRAIN BEHAVIOR OF CU-4.9 AT.
PCT SN ALLOY. BY KRISHNAMURTHYS. REED-HILLtR.E. (FLORIDA UNIV., GAINESVILLE. DEPT.
OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING) P 565-72.

ACTA METALL. VOL 28, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
203. AMPLITUDE DISLOCATION DAMPING IN NIOBIUM. BY KLANMR. SCHULTZtH. SCHAEFERH.E.
(STUTTGART UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER THEORETISCHE UND ANGEWANDTE PHYSIK) P 259-64.
204. TRANSITION FROM POSITIVE TO NEGATIVE TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE STRENGTH IN NI(3)GE
FE(3)GE SOLID SOLUTION. (77-1000 K). BY SUZUKIT. OYAY. WEED.M. (TOKYO INST. OF
TECH., YOKAHAMA, JAPAN. RESEARCH LAB. OF PRECISION MACHINERY) P 301-10.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 993, NO. 2 (APR 1980)
205. STORAGE OF GAS. BY EBOONtP.R. KNAPTONA.G. (JOHNSON, MATTHEY AND CO., LTD., LONOON,
ENGLAND) PATENT NO. 4,196,525.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 993, NO. 3 (APR 1980)
206. FLUID PUMPING AND HEATING SYSTEM. BY ZWICKE.B. BRIGHAMNN.O. PATENT NO. 4,197,712.
207. SELF ADJUSTING OXYGEN ENRICHMENT SYSTEM. BY MANNATTS.A. (THE GARRETT CORP., LOS
ANGELES, CALIF.) PATENT NO. 4,198,213.
208. LOOP DECODER FOR JOSEPHSON MEMORY ARRAYS, BY FARIS,S.M. (INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
MACHINES CORP., ARMONK, N. Y.) PATENT NO. 4,1989577*






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PIPELINE GAS J. VOL 207, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
209. A PLAN TO SELL 1.6 BCF OF GAS PER DAY AS LNG FROM NIGERIA. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 2.
210. NEW DESIGN STANDARDS FOR LAND-BASED LNG FACILITIES. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 4.

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 16 (APR 1980)
211. CELANESE U.S. METHANOL USE TO RISE 10 PERCENT/YEAR. P 34.
212. MAPCO SLATES OVERTHRUST BELT LPS LINE. P 34.
213. POTENTIAL SEEN FOR DOUBLING U.S. LNG IMPORTS. P 38.
214. U.S. SYNFUELS ACTION PICKING UP SPEED. P 48.
215. PENG-ROBINSON EQUATION OF STATE CHECKS VALIDITY OF PVT EXPERIMENTS. BY CONRARDP.G.
GRAVIERIJ.F. (TOTAL GROUP, PARIS, FRANCE. CFP PRODUCTION LAB.) P 77-8+83-6.
216. AMMONIA COSTS LINKED TO GAS PRICES. BY PRENTICE. (AGRICHEMICALS ECONOMIC RESEARCH,
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA) P 96-7.

HYDROCARBON PROCESS. VOL 59, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
217. COAL SYNFUELS FUTURE ISNT OUT OF THE WOODS YET. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 13.
218. FUTURE U.S. GAS CONSUMPTION FORECAST IN NEW REPORT. P 15.
219. SYNFUELS DEVELOPMENTS ACCELERATING IN U.S. WITH DOE INVOLVEMENT, P 15+17.
220. PURIFY C0(2) FOR USE. BY MEISSNER.R.E.,III (THE RALPH M. PARSONS CO., PASADENA,
CALIF.) P 113-6.
221. STUDIES IMPROVE BIOMASS TO SNG CONVERSION. BY FRANKJ.R. (GAS RESEARCH INST., CHICAGO,
ILL.) P 117-21.
222. LNG GROWS AS WORLD ENERGY SOURCE. BY LAOUSSINE,N.A. P 130-2.
223. NGL REFRIGERANT IMPROVES RECOVERY. BY BAGGIO,J.L. SAINT4ERANT,P. (TOTAL GROUP/C.F.P.,
PARIS, FRANCE) P 138-40.

CHEM. ENG. (N.Y.) VOL 87, NO. 9 (MAY 1980)
224. EXXON IS FAVORING LURGI TECHNOLOGY FOR A COMMERCIAL-SCALE COAL-GASIFICATION PLANT. (A
BRIEF REPORT). P 57-8.

PROCESS ENG. (MAR 1980)
225. COAL GASIFICATION TO USE NUCLEAR POWER. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 25.
226. TYRE RECYCLING TECHNOLOGY. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 25.
227. US CONTRACTORS DIGGING FOR COAL CONVERSION PROJECTS. BY SPEARM. P 95+97.

ERDOEL EROGAS Z. VOL 96, NO. 2 (FEB 1980) (IN GEPMANI
228. OUTLOOK FOR WORLD-WIDE EXPLORATION FOR OIL AND GAS. BY WESTERHAUSEN,H. (OEMINEX -
DEUTSCHE ERDOELVERSORGUNGSGESELLSCHAFT M.B.H., ESSEN, GERMANY) P 44-50.
229. THE CONVERSION OF THE BIERWANG NATURAL GAS FIELD FOR UNDERGROUND STORAGE. PART I THE
BIERWANG STRUCTURE AND UNDERGROUND INSTALLATIONS GEOLOGY, PRODUClION HISTORY, STJRAGE
SYSTEM DESIGN, WELLS AND STORAGE FIELD DEVELOPMENT. BY RENATF. (RUHPGAS A.G., ESSEN,
GERMANYI P 56-62.

MAR. TECHNOL. VOL 17, NO. 2 (APR 1980)
230. THE NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARDS ROLE IN MARINE SAFETY. BY JOHNSONR.E.
SWANNB.R. (NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD, WASHINGTON, 0. C. MARINE ACCIDENT
DIV.) P 121-30.

J. ENERGY VOL 4, NO. 1 (JAN-FEB 1980)
231. IMPACT OF BROAD SPECIFICATION FUELS ON AIRCRAFT GAS TURBINE COMBUST3RS. BY SZETELAE.J.
LOHMANNR.P. SMITH,A.L. (UNITED TECHNOLOGIES RESEARCH CENTER, EAST HARTFORD, CONN.)
P 24-31.

ENERGY COMMON. VOL 6, NO. i (1980)
232. ENERGY, GNP IND CAUSALITY A STATISTICS LOC~ AT THE ISSUE. BY URIN.D. (IEPA;THENT
OF ENERGY, WASHINGTON, 0. C.) P i-15.
233. SOME ANALYSES AND PROJECTIONS ON LIQUID AND GAS PRODUCTION FROM OIL SHALE. BY
KLINZINGG.E. CHIANGS.H. COBBJ.T, (PITTSBURGH UNIV., PA. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL AND
PETROLEUM ENGINEERING) P 17-39.
234. ORGANIZATION AND EVALUATION OF THE TEXAS ENERGY EXTENSION SERVICE. BY WRITERS. (TEXAS
A AND M UNIV., COLLEGE STATION P 41-51.
235. PRODUCTION OF SNG FROM SHALE OIL BY CATALYTIC GASIFICATION IN A PURE HYDROiNP
ATMOSPHERE. BY STAGNER,M.J. BARKER,L.K. (LAPAMIE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CENTER, WYO.)
P 73-82.

ENERGY INT. VOL 17, NO. 4 (APR 19801
236. GERMANY HOSTS WORLD ENERGY CONFERENCE. BY JEFFSE. (EDITOR) P 13-4.

ENVIRONMENT VOL 22, NO. 2 (MAR 1980)
237. A NEW LOOK AT SMALL POWER PLANTS. IS SMALL BETTER. BY FORD,A. (L)S ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC
LAB., N. MEX. ECONOMIC ANALYSIS GROUP; P 25-34.










Chemistry 23, 174

Crystal Structure and Lattice Properties
67, 76, 81, 82, 83, 92, 99, 106

Fluid Properties and Structure
1, 11, 12, 25 thru 40, 42, 43, 45 thru
48, 62, 84, 91, 119, 122, 123, 124, 125,
162

Magnetic Properties and Materials
7, 8, 56, 57, 68, 71, 80, 82, 87, 98,
104

Mossbauer Effect and Resonances
60, 61, 88, 91



SECTION
Cryobiology 169

Energy
64, 176, 180, 181, 211, 214, 217 thru
219, 221, 224, 225, 227, 228, 232, 233,
234, 236, 237

Equipment and Devices
63, 65, 66, 151, 155, 165, 188, 195,
198, 226


ECT IrDE. FOR CURRENT AWARENESS LIST NO. 71
ION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMIST

Optical Properties
7?, 91, 100, 101, 102, 115, 135

Polymers 75

Semiconductors
5, 63, 87 thru 89, 93, 97, 101 thru
103, 116

Sorption 41, 58, 133

Superconductors
2 thru 5, 14, 19, 20, 21, 44, 54,
55, 90, 96, 105, 107, 109 thru 114,
151, 158, 159, 160, 164, 166, 168,
195, 196, 197, 199, 208



N II AND III. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING AND ENI

Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and
Production
161, 173, 175, 177, 207, 216 thru
221, 224, 225, 227, 233, 235

Heat and Mass Transfer
155, 157, 206

LNG and Methane
169, 171, 209, 210, 213, 222, 223,
230

Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
85, 108, 163, 172, 201 thru 204


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Superfluidity
13, 15, 16, 18, 50 thru 53, 73, 134,
165

Thermal Properties of Solids
15, 69, 70, 75, 77, 95, 121, 128, 131,
132, 148

Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics,
and Transport Processes
24, 78, 117, 118, 120, 123 thru 127,
129, 130, 136 thru 147, 150, 182 thru
187, 189, 190, 215

Transport Properties of Solids
9, 10, 22, 59, 74, 79, 86, 87, 94,
116, 116

Other 17

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Metrology and Instrumentation
84, 122, 149, 153, 154, 156, 159,
160, 167, 200

Propulsion and Space Applications
151, 160, 165, 169, 193, 194

Refrigeration 165, 170, 178

Storage and Handling
192, 205, 207, 212, 229

Other 152, 166, 169, 174, 179


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