A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service

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

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University of Florida
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SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. VOL 38. NO. 5/6 (MAR 1)60)
1. SURFACE ENERGY AND TEXTUPAL BOUNDARY CONDITIONS BETWEEN A AND B PHASES OF (3)HE, 3Y
KaULtR. KLEINERT,H. FREEE JNIV., 3ERLIN, GERMANY. INST. FUER T4EORETISCHE PHYSIK)
P 539-52.
Z. THE RESISTIVE TRANSITION AND SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES OF OPTICALLY ILLUMINATED TIN
MICROSTRIPS. BY SMITH,L.N. (SPERRY RESEARCH CENTER, SUDBURY, MASS.I P 553-69.
3. THEORY OF EMOTIONAL INHIBITION OF INTERLAYER QUANTUM TUNNELING IN THIN (3)HE FILMS. BY
MULLIN,W.J. LANDESHAN, A. (MASSACHUSETTS UNIV., AMHERST. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND
ASTRONOMY) P 571-60J.
4. RELATIONS BETWEEN SPECIFIC HEAT DISCONTINUITIES AND GINZBURG-LANDAU PARAMETERS FOR
SUPERFLUID (3)HE. E Y RAINR,D. SERENEJ.W. (KERNFORSCHUNGSANLAGE JUELICH, GERMANY.
INST. FUER FESTKOERPERFORS;HUNG) P 6G1-4.
5. THERMOPOwER OF CADMIUM ANC TUNGSTEN SINGLE CRYSTALS IN A MAGNETIC FIELD, 3Y
BLUMENSTOCKB.J. SCHPOEDERP.A. (MICHIGAN STATE UNIV., EAST LANSING. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 605-17.
6. COHERENT DIFFUSION OF ISOTJPIC IMPURITIES IN SOLID MELTUM. 9Y MCMULLENT. (QUEENS
UNIV., KINGSTON, ONTARIO. JEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 619-28.
7. PRESSURE RELEASE SUPERLEAK SOUND MODES IN HE II, BY HECKERMAN,D. ROSENBAUM,R.
PUTTERMAN,S. WILLIAMSG.A. (CALIFORNIA 'JNIV., LOS ANGELES. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 629-4a.
8. ANOMALOUS NUCLEAR SPIN RELAXATION IN LIQUID (3)HE-(4)HE MIXTURES NEAR THE LAMBDA
TRANSITION. BY KOBAYASHI,T. NARAHARAV. (TSUKUBA UNIV., IBARAKI, JAPAN. INST. 3F
PHYSICS) P 641-54.
9. SURFACE MAGNETISM IN (3)HE THERMODYNAMICS. BY KUMAR,P. (FLORIDA UNIV., GAINESVILLE.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 655-65.
13. .MAGNETIC FIELD PROPERTIES OF I AT. PERCENT TRANSITION METAL SUBSTITUTED N9(3)GE. 3Y
CADIEU,F.J. CHENCINSKI.N. (QUEENS COLL., FLUSHING, N. Y. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 667-76.
11. THEORY OF ORBITAL DYNAMICS OF THE A PHASE OF SUPERFLUID (3)HE. II. ORBITAL HYDRODYNAMIC
EQUATIONS. BY NAGAIK. (YAMAGUCHI UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 677-705.
12. FREQUENCY AND TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF ULTRASONIC ATTENUATION IN INDIUM IN A TRANSVERSE
MAGNETIC FIELD AND IN ZERO FIELD. BY BERREB. BORSUME. (NORGES LANDBRUKSHOEGSKOLE,
AAS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND METEOROLOGY) P 707-18.
13. EFFECT OF RANDOM DISTORTIONS ON THE CRITICAL FIELD IN LAYERED SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY
EFETOV,K.B. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. LeD. LANDAU INST. FOR
THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 719-35.
14. TWO-STAGE NUCLEAR DEMAGNETIZATION REFRIGERATOR. BY ONO,K. KOBAYASIS. SHINOHARAM.
ET AL (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. INST. FOR SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 737-45.
15. THE INFLUENCE OF LIGHT- AN) HEAVY-ION IRRADIATION ON THE STRUCTUREs RESISTIVITY. AND
SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION TEMPERATURE OF V(3)SI. A COMPARATIVE STUDY. BY MEYER,0.
LINKER,G. (KERNFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM KARLSRUHE G.M.B.H., GERMANY. INST. FUER ANGEWANITE
KERNPHYSIK) P 747-60.
16. CURRENT STATES AND DOMAINS IN SYSTEMS WITH ELECTRON-HOLE PAIRING. BY LOZOVIKYU.E.
KLYUCHNIK,A.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, TROITSK. INST. OF SPECTROSCOPY)
P 761-75.
17. RESISTIVITY ANOMALY IN THIN BI WIRES POSSIBILITY OF A ONE-DIMENSIONAL QUANTUM SIZE
EFFECT. BY GURVITCHM. (3ELL TELEPHONE LABS., INC., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 777-91.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 44, NO. 20 (MAY 1980)
18. VACANCY-CARBON INTERACTION IN IRON. BY HAUTOJAERVI.P. JOHANSSONJ. VEHANEN,A. ET AL
(HELSINKI UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY, ESPOO, FINLAND. DEPT. OF TECHNICAL PHYSICS) P 1326-9.
19. FIRST-SOUND ATTENUATION AN3 VICOSITY OF SUPERFLUID (3)HE-B. BY ESKA,G. NEUMAIER,K.
SCHOEPE,W. ET AL (BAYERISCHEN AKADEMIE DER WISSENSCHAFTEN, MARCHING, GERMANY.
ZENTRALINSTITUT FUER TIEFTEMPERATURFORSCHUNG) P 1337-40.
20. OBSERVATION OF SLOW VIBRATIONAL RELAXATION IN HALOGENATED BENZENE RADICAL CATIONS IN
RARE-GAS SOLIDS. BY BONDY3EY,V.E. MILLER,T.A. ENGLISH,J.H. (BELL TELEPHONE LABS.,
INC., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 1344-7.
21. PERSISTENT METALLIC BEHAVIOR OF THIN BISMUTH WHISKERS. BY OVERCASHD.R. RATNAM.B.A.
SKOVEM.J. STILLWELL,E.P. (CLEMSON UNIV., S. C. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY)
P 1348-51.

PHYS. REV. B VOL 21, NO. 9 (MAY 1980)
22* ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF THE NI-PD-P AND NI-PT-P METALLIC GLASSES A PULSED NMR STUDY.
BY HINES,W.A. GLOVER,K. CLARK,W.G. ET AL (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 3771-80.
23. RESONANT AND NONRESONANT CONDJCTION-ELECTRON-SPIN TRANSMISSION IN NORMAL METALS. 3Y
JANOSSY,A. (PARIS-SUO UNIV., ORSAY, FRANCE. LAB. DE PHYSIQUE DES SOLIDES) P 3793-810.
24. ANOMALOUS CONCENTRATION DEPENDENCE OF THE HYPERFINE FIELD IN ORDERED DY(i-X)GD(X)AL(2)
ALLOYS. BY BERTHIER,Y. OEVINE,R.A.B. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE,
GRENOBLE, FRANCE. LAB. DE SPECTROMETRIE PHYSIQUE) P 3844-50.
25. HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS ON (111)C-PROBE NUCLEI IN CHROMIUM. BY VENEGASR. PERETTOP.
RA9OG.N. TRABUT,L. (CEA CENTRE D ETUDES NUCLEAIRES DE GRENOBLE, FRANCE. LAB. D
INTERACTIONS HYPERFINES) P 3851-60.






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PHYS. REV. B VOL 21, NO. 9 (MAY 1980) (CONT.)
26. QUANTUM MODELING OF A C'JP.NT- RIVEN JOSEtHSON OSCILLATOR. BY RO;DVIN,0. SCULLY,M.
(SCIENCE APPLICATIONS, INC., LA JOLLA, CALIF.) P 3868-78.
27. QUASIPARTICLE-ENERGY DISTRIBUTIONS IN OPTICALLY ILLUMINATED AL-P9BI SUPERCONDUCTING
TUNNEL JUNCTIONS. SY SMIT4,A.D. SKOCPOLW.J. TINKHAMM. (HARVARD UNIV., CAMBRIDGE,
MASS. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 3879-85.
28. MAGNETIC DILEMMA IN SUPERC3NDJCTING ERRH(4)8(4). BY SHENOY,G.K. DUNLAP,S.D.
FRAOIN.F.Y. ET AL (ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB., ILL.) P 3886-9.
29. THEORY OF THE UPPER CRITICAL FIELD IN ANISOTROPIC SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY YOUNGNERD.W.
KLEMMR.A. (AMES LAB., IOvA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 3890-6.
30. EFFECT OF A VARYING DENSITY OF STATES ON 7UPERCONDUTTIVITY. 3Y PITKETT,W.E.
(NORTHWESTERN UNIV., EVANSTON, ILL. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 3897-901.
31. STUDIES OF THE DECAY OF PERSISTENT CURRENTS IN UNSATURATED FILMS OF SUPERFLUID (41HE.
BY EKHOLM,D.T. HALLOCK,R.3. (MASSACHUSETTS UNIV., AMHERST. LAB. FOR LOW TEMPERATURE
PHYSICS) P 3902-12.
32. THIRD SOUND AND THE DECAY OF PERSISTENT CURRENTS IN UNSATURATED (3)HE-(4)HE-MIXTUR~
FILMS. BY EKHOLM,D.T. HALLOCK,R.3. (MASSACHUSETTS UNIV., AMHERST. LAB. FOR LOW
TEMPERATURE PHYSICS) P 3913-6.
33. MAGNETIC ORDERING IN A NORMAL FERMI LIQUID. II. STRONGLY POLARIZED SYSTEMS AND THE
MELTING CURVE OF (3)HE. BY GUYERR.A. MILLER,M.D. (MASSACHUSETTS UNIV., AMHERST.
LAB. FOR LOW TEMPERATURE PlYSICS) P 3917-28.
34. FLUID-STRUCTURE-FACTOR MEASUREMENTS IN (4)HE FOR T BETWEEN 5.5 AND 7.0 K. BY EWEN,O.A.
ROBKOFF,H.N. HALLOCKR.B. (MASSACHUSETTS UNIV., AMHERST. LAB. FOR LOW TEMPERATURE
PHYSICS) P 3929-31.
35. FINITE AMPLITUDE WAVE PROPAGATION IN SOLID AND LIQUID (4)HE. BY HIKATA,A. KWUNH.
ELBAUM,C. (BROWN UNIV., PROVIDENCE, R. I. METALS RESEARCH LAB.) P 3932-40.
36. SIZE EFFECTS IN SUPERFLUID (3)HE. BY CHAINERT. MORII,Y. KOJIMA,H. (IBM WATSON
RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 3941-4.
37. VARIATIONAL CALCULATIONS OF THE EXCITED STATES OF LIQUID (4)HE. BY SCHMIDT,K.E.
PANDHARIPANOEV.R. (NEW YORK UNIV., N. Y. COURANT INST. OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES)
P 3945-55.
38. SPIN FLUCTUATIONS IN RANDOM MAGNETIC-NONMA;NETIC TWO-DIMENSIONAL ANTIFERROMAGNETS. III.
AN ISING SYSTEM. BY COWLEY,R.A. BIRGENEAUR.J. SHIRANEG. ET AL (EDINBURGH UNIV.,
SCOTLAND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4038-48.
39. THERMOELECTRIC POWER OF MAGNETIC AND NONMAGNETIC AMORPHOUS METALS. BY BASAKS.
NAGELS.R. GIESSEN,3.C. (CHICAGO UNIV., ILL. JAMES FRANCK INST.) P 4049-54.
40. MAGNETIC PHASE TRANSITIONS IN SAMARIUM IRON GARNET. BY GELLER.S. BALESTRINO,G.
COLORADOO UNIV., BOULDER. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 4055-9.
41. INTERMEDIATE PHASE IN THE SPIN-FLOP SYSTEM COBR(2)-6(0.480(2)O,0.52H(2)O1. BY
BASTEN,J.A.J. DE JONGE,W.J.M. FRIKKEE,E. (TECHNISCrE HOGESCHOOL, EINDHOVEN,
NETHERLANDS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4090-3.
42. SEARCH FOR LATTICE DISTORTIONS IN UN, UAS, AND USB AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY KNOTTH.W.
LANDER,G.H. MUELLER,M.H. VO;TO. (ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB., ILL.) P 4159-65.
43. COMMENSURATE-INCOMMENSURATE TRANSITION OF SOLID KRYPTON MONOLAYERS ON GRAPHITE. BY
FAIN,S.C.,JR. CHINN,M.D. DIEHL,R.D. (WASHINGTON UNIV., SEATTLE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 4170-2.

APPL. PHYS. LETT. VOL 36, NO. 8 (APR 1980)
44* FIELD-ASSISTED PHOTOEMISSION TO 2.1 MICRONS FROM A AG/P-IN(0.77)GA(Q.23)AS PHOTOCATHODE.
(125 K). BY GREGORY,P.E. ESCHER,J.S. SAXENAR.R. HYDER,S.B. (VARIAN ASSOCIATES,
INC., PALO ALTO, CALIF. CORPORATE SOLID STATE LAB.) P 639-40.
45. NEW RADIATIVE DEEP STATES IN EPITAXIAL GA(1-X)AL(W)AS. (6-7 K). BY BHATTACHARYAP.K.
OWENS.J.T. MARRSJ. (ORE;ON STATE UNIV., CORVALLIS. OEPT. OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER
ENGINEERING) P 664-6.
46. NUCLEATION AND GROWTH OF HIGH-TIC) NB(3)GE COEVAPORATED FILMS. BY KREVET,B. SCHAUER.W.
WUECHNEPF. SCHULZEK. (KERNFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM KARLSRUHE, GERMANY. INST. FUER
TECHNISCHE PHYSIK) P 704-5.
47. CRITICAL CURRENTS IN A-15 STRUCTURE NB(3)AL CONVERTED FROM COLD-WORKED BCC STRUCTURE.
BY WOOLLAMJ.A. ALTEROVITZ,S.A. HAUGLANDE. WEBB,G.W. (NEBRASKA UNIV., LINCOLN.
DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 706-8.
48. PRESSURE-INDUCED METALLIC AND SUPERCONDUCTING STATE OF GASE, BY DUNN,K.J. BUNDY. .P.
(GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., SCHENECTADY, N. Y. CORPORATE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)
P 709-10.

APPL. PHYS. LETT. VOL 36, NO. 9 (MAY 1980)
49. BACKSIDE-ILLUMINATED INASSB/GAS8 BROADBAND DETECTORS. (77 K). BY BUBULAC,L.O.
ANDREWS,A.M. GERTNER,E.R. CHEUNG,D.T. (ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL, THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF.
SCIENCE CENTER P 734-6.
50. COMPOSITIONAL INHOMOGENEITY OF LIQUID PHASE EPITAXIAL INGAPAS LAYERS OBSERVED DIRECTLY
IN PHOTOLUMINESCENCE. (77 K). BY REZEK,E.A. VOJAKB.A. CHINR. HOLONYAK,N.,JR.
(ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND MATERIALS RESEARCH LAB.)
P 744-6.
51. JOSEPHSON BEHAVIOR IN GRANULAR NBN WEAK LINKS. BY CLAASSENJ.H. (NAVAL RESEARCH LAB.,
WASHINGTON, 0. C.) P 771-3.






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APPL. PHYS. LETT. VOL 36, NO. 9 (MAY 1980) (CONT.)
52. OBSERVATION OF PHASE COHERENCE AMONG MULTIPLE JOSEPHSON OSCILLATORS. BY JAINA.K.
MANKIEWICH,P. LUKENSJ.E. (NEW YORK STATE UNIV., STONY BROOK. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 774-6.
53. CONVERSION GAIN IN MM-WAVE QUASIPARTICLE HETERODYNE MIXERS. BY SHEN,T.-M.
RICHAROS,P.L. HARRIS,R.E. LLOYOF.L. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., BERKELEY. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 777-9.

J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 51, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
54. NEAR-BAND-EDGE PHOTOLUMINESCENCE IN ZNSE GRCWN FROM INDIUM SOLUTION. (4-300 K). BY
SHIRAKAWA,Y. KUKIMOTO,H. (TOKYO INST. OF TECH., YOKOHAMA, JAPAN. IMAGING SCIENCE AND
ENGINEERING LAB.) P 2014-9.
55. ENERGY DEPENDENCE OF DEEP LEVEL INTRODUCTION IN ELECTRON IRRADIATED GAAS. (77-300 K).
BY PONSD. MOONEYP.M. B3URGOINJ.C. (THOMSON-CSF, ORSAY, FRANCE. LAB. CENTRAL DE
RECHERCHES) P 2038-42.
56. THE TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF TIE ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF A MACHINABLE GLASS-CERAMIC.
(4-300 K). BY HARRINGTON,S.N. BREWER,J.A. PEDERSOND.O. (RICE UNIV., HOUSTON, TEX.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 2043-&.
57. THE DIAGONAL ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CSMNCL(3)-2H(20O. (83-300 K). BY KWAAITAALTH.
POTTERSF.A.J.A. (TECHNISCHE HOGESCHOOL, EINDHOVEN, NETHERLANDS. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING) P 2047-9.
58. DETERMINATION OF THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE BULK MODULUS FROM SELF-DIFFUSION EXPERIMENTS
DEMONSTRATED FOR TUNGSTEN, (100-300 K). BY FALTERC. ZIERAUW. (WESTFAELISCHE
WILHELMS-UNIV., MUENSTER, GERMANY. INST. FUER THEORETISCHE PlYSIK II) P 2073-3.
59. ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES AND THE SURFACE CHARACTERISTICS OF DISPERSIONS OF COLLOIDAL
PARTICULATES IN COAL-OERIVED LIQUID, BY LOCKHARTN.C. (COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC A:.4
INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANIZATION, RYDE, AUSTRALIA. INST. OF EARTH RESOURCES-PHYSICAL
TECHNOLOGY UNIT) P 2385-92.
60. WEAK-FIELD MAGNETORESISTAN;E IN NONCUBIC (111i-ORIENTED EPITAXIAL FILMS OF N-TYPE PBTE.
BY ALLGAIER,R.S. RESTORFF,J.B. HOUSTON,3. ET AL NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CENTER,
SILVER SPRING, MOD. P 2119-26.
61. SPUTTERED INDIUM-TIN OXIDE/CADMIUM TELLURIDE JUNCTIONS AND CADMIUM TELLURIDE SURFACES.
(80-300 K). BY COURREGESF.G. FAHRENBRUCH,A.L. BUBER.H (STANFORD UNIV., CALIF.
DEPT. OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING) P 2175-83.
62. THE EFFECT OF STRAIN UPON THE SCALING LAW FOR FLUX PINNING IN BRONZE PROCESS NB(3ISN.
BY KROEGERO.M. EASTON,D.S. DASGUPTAA. ET AL (OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LAB., TENN.
METALS AND CERAMICS OIV.) P 2184-92.
63. RADIATION EFFECTS IN SYNTHETIC BERLINITE (AIPO(4)). (77 K). BY HALLIBURTONL.E.
KAPPERS,L.A. ARMINGTON,A.F. LARKIN,J. (OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV., STILLWATER. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 2193-8.
64. STIMULATED EMISSION AND OPTICAL GAIN SPECTRUM IN HIGHLY EXCITED CDSE. (80 K). BY
CINGOLANI,A. FERRARA,M. LUGARAM. (BARI UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO DI FISICA) P 2236-8.
65. THE ELECTRON EFFECTIVE MASS IN IN(1-X)GA(X)AS(Y)P(1-Y) FROM SHUBNIKOV-DE HAAS
MEASUREMENTS. (4-20 K). 3Y RESTORFF.J.B. HOUSTON,B. ALLGAIERR.S. ET AL (NAVIL
SURFACE WEAPONS CENTER, SILVER SPRING, MOD. P 2277-8.
66. THE EFFECT OF A CAPACITANCE IN I-V CHARACTERISTICS IN SMALL SUPERCONDUCTING TUNNEL
JUNCTIONS WITH HIGH-FREQUENCY RADIATIONS. BY KOYANAGIM. ENDO,T. NAKAMURAtA.
MATSUIT. (ELECTROTECHNICAL LAB., IBARAKI, JAPAN$ P 2289-91.
67. QUANTUM NOISE EFFECTS IN TJNNEL JUNCTIONS IN THE 0-1-MV BIAS RANGE. BY VAN DER ZIELA.
(FLORIDA UNIV., GAINESVILLE. DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING) P 2292-3.
68. ALL-NB LOW-NOISE DC SQUID WITH 1-MUM TUNNEL JUNCTIONS. BY VOSS,R.F. LAIBOWITZR.3.
RAIDER,S.I. CLARKEsJ. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 2306-9.

J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 72, NO. 9 (MAY 1980)
69. THE VELOCITY AUTOCORRELATION FUNCTION IN A DILUTE HARD SPHERE GAS MIXTURE. BY EDERO.J.
KUNSCHB. LACKNER,T. (OESTERREICHISCHE STUDIENGESELLSCHAFT FUER ATOMENERGIE,
SEIBERSOORF, AUSTRIA. RESEARCH CENTER SEIBERSDORF) P 4667-70.
70. THE COLLISION OF TWO LINEAR ROTORS A SCALING THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF THE H(2)-H(2) AND
HF-HF SYSTEMS. BY DEPRISTOA.E. RABITZ,H. (NORTH CAROLINA UNIV., CHAPEL HILL. DEPT.
OF CHEMISTRY) P 4685-92.
71. ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE STUDIES OF MAGNETIC SOLITON DEFECTS IN POLYACETYLENE. (10-300
K). BY HEINBERGER,B.R. EIRENFREUND,E. PRON,A. ET AL (PENNSYLVANIA UNIV.,
PHILADELPHIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4749-55.
72. THE INFRARED SPECTRUM OF MATRIX ISOLATED HYDROGEN AND DEUITERIUM. BY WARRENJ.A.
SMITH,G.R. GUILLORY,W.A. (UTAH UNIV., SALT LAKE CITY. OEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 4901-8.
73. ON THE EQUATION OF STATE OF ARGON AND ORGANIC LIQUIDS, BY JAINR.K. SIMHAR. (CASE
WESTERN RESERVE UNIV., CLEVELAND, OHIO. DEPT. OF MACROMOLECULAR SCIENCE) P 4909-12.
74. THERMAL DIFFUSION FACTORS FOR THE BINARY NOBLE GAS MIXTURES. BY TAYLORW.L. (MOUND
LAB., MIAMISBURG, OHIO) P 4973-81.
75. DENSITY AND TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON VIBRATIONAL PHASE RELAXATION AND FREQUENCY SHIFTS IN
LIQUID ISOBUTYLENE. BY SCHINDLERW. JONASJ. (ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA. DEPT. OF
CHEMISTRY) P 5019-25.
76. THERMODYNAMICS IN FINITE TIME A CHEMICALLY DRIVEN ENGINE. BY ONDRECHEN,M.J.
BERRY,R.S. ANDRESEN,3. (CHICAGO UNIV., ILL. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 5118-24.







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J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 72, NO. 9 (MAY 1980) (CONT.)
77. COMBINATION RULES FOR TWO-30BDY VAN DER WAALS COEFFICIENTS. BY PENA,M.O. PANDO.C.
RENUNCIO,J.A.R. (UNIVERSIDAO COMPLUTENSE, MACRID. SPAIN. DEPT. DE QUIMICA FISICA)
P 5269-75.

PHYS. LETT. A VOL 77, NO. L (APR 1980)
78. AB INITIO SELFCONSISTENT FIELD LINEAR COMBINATION OF ATOMIC ORSITALS 3ANO STRUCTURES OF
INFINITE TCNQ AND TTF STACKS. BY SUHAI,S. LADIK,J. (FRIEOPICH-ALEXANDER-UNIV.,
ERLANGEN, GERMANY. INST. FUER THEORETISCHE CHEMIE) P 25-6.
79. FOURTH SOUND IN A VERY DILUTE SOLUTION OF (3)HE IN HE-II. BY BISWAS,A.C.
RAMAKRISHNAN,S. (1ATA INST. OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH, BOMBAY, INDIA) P 41-2.
80. MAGNETIC PHASE TRANSITION IN ANHYDROUS NII(2). BY BILLEREY,C. TERRIER,C. MAINAR3,R.
POINTON,A.J. (NANCY UNIV., FRANCE. LAB. OE THERMOMAGNETISME) P 59-60.
81. DECORATION-ITERATION TRANSFORMATION ANALYSIS OF THE PAPAMAGNETIC SPECIFIC HEAT OF
FE(HCOO)(2)-2H(2)O. BY I33GAKIT. KIMURA,I. (KYUSHU UNIV., FUKUOKA, JAPAN. DEPT. OF
APPLIED SCIENCE) P 77-50.
82. A SIMPLE MODEL FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF THE LOW TEMPERATURE HEAT CAPACITY OF VITREOUS
SILICA ABOVE 1 K. BY FAGALY,R.L. BOHNR.G. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE
SCIENTIFIQUE, GRENOBLE, FRANCE. CENTRE DE RECHERCHES SUR LES TRES BASSES TEMPERATURES)
P 85-7.

PHYSICAL (UTRECHT) B+C VOL 100, NO. I (APR 1980)
83. ENERGY SPECTRUM AND PHASE VELOCITY IN TWO- AND THREE-DIMENSIONAL LIQUID HELIUM II. BY
ISIHARAA. CHOW,S.-T. KAtG,W.-H. UMC.-I. (NEW YORK STATE UNIV., BUFFALO. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 74-80.
84. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE FARADAY ROTATION IN N-TYPE SILICON, (9-300 K). BY
GREVENDONKW. VAN DEN KEY3US,P. RUYMBEEK.G. VANHUYSEB. (LOUVAIN UNIV., BELGIUM.
LAB. VOOR VASTE STOF-EN HOE- RUKFYSIKA) P 88-92.
85. CRITICAL MAGNETIC FIELDS IN TIN SUPERCQNUCTING FILMS. BY ONORIS. ROGANI,A.
(ISTITUTO SUPERIOR DI SANITA, ROME, ITALY) P 93-6.
86. THE MAGNETORESISTANCE DEPENDENCE ON TEMPERATURE IN AL, AL-GA, AL-ZN, CU AND CU-AU.
(LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY ROCOFYLLOUE. PAPATHANASSOPOULOS.C. (DEMOCRITUS NUCLEAR
RESEARCH CENTER, ATHENS, GREECE) P 99-141.

CAN. J. PHYS. VOL 58, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
87. HIGH RESOLUTION ROTATION-VIBRATION RAMAN SPECTRA OF ACETYLENE. I. THE SPECTRUM OF
C(2)H(2). BY KOSTYK,E. WELSH,H.L. (TORONTO UNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 534-43.
88. PHOTOVOLTAIC EFFECT AND TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE ENERGY GAP IN THE IN(1-X)GA(X)SB
ALLOY SYSTEM. (6-300 K). BY ROTH,A.P. KEELERW.J. FORTIN.E. (NATIONAL RESEARCH
COUNCIL OF CANADA, OTTAWA, ONTARIO. DIV. OF CHEMISTRY) P 560-4.

CAN. J. PHYS. VOL 58, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
89. EFFECTS OF NON-AXIAL ELECTRIC FIELD GRADIENTS ON THE FERROMAGNETIC STATE OF AMORPH3JS
RARE-EARTH ALLOYS. BY HERNAN3EZ.H. FERRER,R. ZUCKERMANNM.J. (CHILE UNIV., SANTIASO.
DEPT. OE FISICA) P 629-32.
90. COLLISION-INDUCED MICROWAVE ABSORPTION IN GASEOUS MIXTURES OF VARIOUS RARE GASES AT 2.3
CM(-i). BY DAGGI.R. LECKIE,W.D. READ,L.A.A. WATERLOOO UNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 633-41.
91. THERMODYNAMICALLY SELF-CONSISTENT THEORIES OF SIMPLE LIQUIDS. II. A PERTURBATION SCHEME
FOR SYSTEMS WITH PURELY REPULSIVE FORCES. BY HALL,D.S. CONKIEW.R. (QUEENS UNIV.,
KINGSTON, ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 713-7.

SCIENCE VOL 208, NO. 4447 (MAY 198u)
92. UNITED STATES-SOVIET SCIENTIFIC EXCHANGES. (EDITORIAL). BY WEISSKOPFV.F. WILSOINR.R.
(MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TEZH., CAMBRIDGE. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 977.

PHYS. TODAY VOL 33, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
93. APPLICATION IN ENERGY, OPTICS AND ELECTRONICS. (THIN FILMS). BY ROSENBERG,R.
KUANTT.S. HOVELH.J. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YO3KTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 40-9.

AM. SCI. VOL 68, NO. 2 (MAR-APR 19S4)
94. DETECTING GRAVITATIONAL WAVES. BY BOUGHNS. (PRINCETON UNIV., N. J. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
3 174-83.

PROC. NAT. ACAD. SCI. U.S.A. VOL 77, NO. : (JAN 1980)
95. SIGNIFICANT STRUCTURE THEORY APPLIED TO LIQUID HE-4. BY RYOO,R. JHONM.S. EYRING,H.
(SEOUL NATIONAL UNIV., KOREA. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 18-22.
96. CIS-TRANS PHOTOISOMERIZATION 3F L~,35,7-OCTATETRAENE IN N-HEXANE AT 4.2 K. BY
GRANVILLE,M.F. HOLTOMG.R. KOHLERB.E. (CONNECTICUT UNIV., STORRS. DEPT. OF
CHEMISTRY) P 31-3.
97. PRINCIPLES OF LIQUIOS WORKING IN HEAT ENGINES. BY ALLENP.C. KNIGHT,W.R. PAULSON,D.N.
WHEATLEY,J.C. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., SAN DIEGO, LA JOLLA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 39-43.






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98. SOLID HYDROGEN, A GLASS UNLIKE OTHERS. BY DEVORETM. ESTEVE,O. SULLIVANN. P 587-9.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 11 (APR 198J)
99. SPECIFIC HEAT OF SUPERCONDUCTING AND NORMAL NB(20)ZR(80). (LETTER TO THE EDITOR. BY
GMELIN,E. GUCKELSBERGERK. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER FESTKOERPERPHYSIK, STUTTGART,
GERMANY) P L269-71.
100. ACOUSTIC DETERMINATION OF THE SECOND VIRIAL COEFFICIENT OF HELIUM GAS BETWEEN 1.28 AND
2.13 K. BY KESSLERW.D. OSBORNEtD.V. (EAST ANGLIA UNIV., NORWICH, ENGLAND. SCHOOL OF
MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS) P 2097-101.
101. CHARGE DENSITY WAVE FORMATION, SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND FERMI SURFACE DETERMINATION IN
NBSE(3) A PRESSURE STUDY. BY BRIGGS.A. MONCEAUP. NUNUZ-REQUEIROM. ET AL (CENTRE
NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, GRENOBLE, FRANCE. CENTRE DE RECHERCHES SUR LES
TRES BASSES TEMPERATURES) P 2117-30.
102. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE PHOTOTHERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF SEMICONDUCTORS AT LOW
TEMPERATURES. BY JONGBLOETSH.W.H.M. VAN DE STEEGM.J.H. STOELINGA,J.H.N. WYDERP.
(NIJMEGEN UNIV., NETHERLANDS. RESEARCH INST. FOR MATERIALS) P 2139-45.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 12 (APR 1980)
103. LIFETIME OF ZERO SOUND IN LIQUID (3)HE. (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY HILTONP.A.
COWLEYR.A. SCHERM,R. STIRLING,W.G. (EDINBURGH UNIV., SCOTLAND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P L295-9.
104. STRUCTURE OF LIQUID AND SOLID MONOLAYER XENON ON GRAPHITE. (LETTER TO THE EDITOR. BY
HAMMONDSE.M. HEINEY,P. STEPHENS,P.W. ET AL (MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH.,
CAMBRIDGE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P L301-6.
105. FAR-INFRARED ABSORPTION OF POTASSIUM BETA ALUMINA. (2 K). (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY
HAYESW. HOLDEN,L. HOPPER,G.F. (OXFORO UNIV., ENGLAND. CLARENDON LAB.) P L317-2G.
106. FAR-INFRARED ABSORPTION OF SODIUM BETA ALUMINA, (2 K). (LETTER TO THE EDITOR).
(OXFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. CLARENDON LAB.). P L321-4.
107. REFRACTIVE INDICES OF THE CONDENSED RARE GASES, ARGON, KRYPTON, AND XENON. BY
SINNOCK,A.C. (BRIGHTON POLYTECHNIC, ENGLAND. DEPT. OF APPLIED PHYSICS) P 2375-91.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 14 (MAY 1980)
108. CATION DISTRIBUTION IN THE SPIN GLASS SYSTEM FE(2)TIO(5). (4-80 K). (LETTER TO THE
EDITOR). BY GANGAS.N.H.J. KATRADISJ. MOUKARIKAA. ET AL (DEMOCRITUS NUCLEAR
RESEARCH CENTER, ATHENS, GREECE) P L357-61.
109. MAGNETIC BEHAVIOUR AND STRUCTURE CHANGE OF GDB(61 SINGLE CRYSTALS AT LOW TEMPERATURE.
BY NOZAKIH. TANAKA,T. ISAIZAWAY. (NATIONAL INST. FOR RESEARCHES IN INORGANIC
MATERIALS, IBARAKI, JAPAN) P 2751-63.

J. PHYS. F VOL 10, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
110. ANALYSIS OF TUNNELLING EXPERIMENTS ON NORMAL METAL BACKED BY NB. (LETTER TO TIE
EDITOR). BY ENTIN-WOHLMAN,0. OVADYAHU,Z. (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. Y.)
P L143-6.
111. THE BORDONI PEAK IN COPPER SINGLE CRYSTALS AT MEGAHERTZ FREQUENCIES. BY NIBLETT.D.H.
ZEINM. (CANTERBURY UNIV., ENGLAND. PHYSICS LAB.) P 773-80.
112. ANELASTIC EFFECTS IN ANNEALED AND MECHANICALLY DEFORMED PALLADIUM CONTAINING HYDROGEN IN
ALPHA AND ALPHA BETA PHASE CONCENTRATION RANGES. (80-300 K). BY MAZZOLAIF.M.
BORDONIP.G. LEWIS,F.A. (ROME UNIV., ITALY) P 781-99.
113. PRESSURE DEPENDENCE OF THE FERMI SURFACE OF MOLYBDENUM. BY BAKKER,H.L.M. GRIESSEN,R.
VENEMAW.J. (AMSTERDAM UNIV., NETHERLANDS. NATUURKUNDIG LAB.) P 833-45.
114. THE TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF RADIO-FREQUENCY SIZE EFFECT SIGNALS IN RHENIUM. BY
STEELEC.A. GOODRICHR.G. (LOUISIANA STATE UNIV., BATON ROUGE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND
ASTROMONY) P 873-8.
115. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF TBZN. BY SOUSA.J.B. AMADO,M.H. PINTOR.P. ET AL (PORTO
UNIV., PORTUGAL. CENTRO CE FISICA) P 933-45.
116. MAGNETIC AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF COTI(i-X)AL(X) COMPOUNDS. BY WATERMAN,E.H.
FRANSEJ.J.M. (AMSTERDAM JNIV., NETHERLANDS. NATUURKUNDIG LAB.) P 947-58.
117. MAGNETISATION AND MICROWAVE ABSORPTION IN GDTB ALLOYS. BY BAGGULEY,D.M.S.
PARTINGTON,J.P. ROBERTSON,J.A. WOODSR.C. (OXFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. CLARENDON LA3.)
P 967-83.
118. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE POSITRON TRAPPING RATE IN PLASTICALLY DEFORMED NICKEL. BY
SCHULTE.C.W. CAMPBELL,J.L. (GUELPH UNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 995-1000.
119. ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE AND X-RAY EMISSION SPECTRA OF YS IN COMPARISON WITH NBC. BY
SCHWARZK. WIMMERE. (TE3HNISCHE UNIV., VIENNA, AUSTRIA. INST. FUER TECHNISCHE
ELECTROCHEMIE) P 1001-12.

PHYS. SCR. VOL 21, NO. 5 (1980)
120. HISTORY OF THE DISCOVERY OF THE COSMIC MICRCHAVE BACKGROUND RADIATION. BY WILSON,R.W.
(BELL TELEPHONE LABS., INC., HOLMDEL, N. J. CRAWFORD HILL LAB.I P 599-605.






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BULL. ACAD. POL. SCI. SER. SCI. CHIM. VOL 27, NO. 6 (1979)
121. EVALUATION OF THE TOTAL HEAT CAPACITY OF A CONSTANT TEMPERATURE ENVIRONMENT CALOPIMETEK
WITH NONLINEAR HEAT TRANSFER. BY CZARNCTAI. TABAKA,A. (POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES,
WARSAW. INST. OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY) P 489-500.

ACTA PHYS. POL. A VOL 57, O0. 2 (FEB 1980)
122. THE ORBITAL DYNAMICS IN THE SPIN FLUCTUATION FEEDBACK APPROXIMATION THE OUT-OF-PHAS:
MODE IN SUPERFLUIO (3)HE-A. BY WARTAKM.S. (POLYTECHNICAL INST. OF WROCLAW, POLAND.
INST. OF PHYSICS) P 99-105.
123. DEBYE CHARACTERISTIC TEMPERATURE OF CUBIC SOLIDS. BY PADIALN.T. BRESCANSINL.M.
SHUKLAM.M. (UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL DE CAMPINAS, SAO PAULO, BRAZIL. INST. DE FISICA
GLEB WATAGHIN) P 129-40.

SOV. PHYS. JETP (INGL. TRANSL.) VOL 50, NO. 4 (OCT 1979)
124. ULTRACOLD-NEUTRON STORAGE EXPERIMENTS. BY KOSVINTSEV,YU.YU. KUSHNIR,YU.A.
MOROZOVV.I. P 642-5.
125. CAPTURE OF PHOTOEXCITED CARRIERS BY SHALLOW IMPURITY CENTERS IN GERMANIUM. (4.2-12 K).
BY GERSHENZONE.M. GOLTSMANG.N. MULTANOVSKIIV.V. PTITSYNA,N.G. (MOSCOW STATE
PEDAGOGICAL INST., USSR) P 728-34.
126. BOUNDARY CONDITIONS AND CRITICAL CURRENT OF SNS JUNCTIONS. BY BARONE.A.
OVCHINNIKOVYU.N. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. L. D. LANDAU INST. OF
THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 735-8.
127. QUANTUM DEFECTS IN SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY MOROZOV.A.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE JSSR,
MOSCOW. INST. OF RADIO ENGINEERING, ELECTRONICS, AND AUTOMATION) P 738-42.
128. SPIN-PHONON INTERACTION IN A TRIGONAL CRYSTAL. (4.2 K). BY VASYUKOVV.N. LUKINS.N.
TSINTSADZE,G.A. (ACADEMY 3F SCIENCES OF THE GEORGIAN SSR, TBILISI. INST. OF
CYBERNETICS) P 774-80.
129. RENORMALIZATION GROUP EQUATIONS AN3 THERMODYNAMIC ANOMALIES NEAR THE TRICRITICAL POINT.
BY SOKOLOV.A.I. (LENINGRAD ELECTROTECHNICAL INST., USSR) P 802-10.
130. EFFECT OF PRESSURE ON THE rYPERFINE MAGNETIC FIELDS AT THE NUCLEI OF IRON IMPURITY ATOMS
IN ANTIFERROMAGNETIC CHROMIUM, BY NIKOLAEVI.N. BEZOTOSNII,I.YU. (MOSCOW ENGINEERING
PHYSICS INST., USSR) P 824-7.

SOV. PHYS. JETP (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 50, NO. 5 (NOV 1979)
131. MAGNETIC ANISOTROPY OF ALLOYS OF TERBIUM WITH YTTRIUM AND GADOLINIUM. BY NIKITINS.A.
ARUTYUNIANN.P. (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR) P 962-7.
132. HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS FOR TIN-119 IMPURITY ATOMS IN ANTIFERROMAGNETIC FEGE. BY
KRYLOV.F.I. GORKCVV.P. DELYAGIN,N.N. ET AL (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR. INST. OF
NUCLEAR PHYSICS) P 1000-5.
133. PROPAGATION OF HIGH-FREQUENCY ACOUSTIC PHONONS IN GERMANIUM AND THEIR INTERACTION WITH
ELECTRON-HOLE DROPS. BY BAGAEV,V.S. BELSKAYA-LEVANDOVSKAYAG. BONCH-OSMOLOVSKIIM.M.
ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 1013-7.

SOV. PHYS. DOKL. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 24, NO. 9 (SEP 1979)
134. EQUILIBRIUM OF A NORMAL ZONE IN INHOMOGENEOUS COMBINED SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY MINTS,R.G.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF HIGH TEMPERATURES) P 757-9.
135. EFFECT OF THE TRANSVERSE RESISTANCE OF A MULTIFILAMENTARY SUPERCONDUCTING WIRE ON ITS
VOLT-AMPERE CHARACTERISTIC. BY OOROFEEVG.L. KLIMENKOE.YU. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF ATOMIC ENERGY) P 779-82.
136. REDUCED IONIZATION POTENTIALS AS PARAMETERS FOP CALCULATING THE SUPERCONDUCTING
TRANSITION TEMPERATURES OF CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS. BY OSIPOV,K.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF METALLURGY) P 782-3.

SOV. PHYS. SOLID STATE (EN3L. TRANSL.) VOL 21, NO. 11 (NOV 1979)
137. KINETIC THEORY OF NONEQUILIBRIUM SUPERCONDUCTORS WITH A WIDE-BAND SOURCE OF
QUASIPARTICLES. BY ELESINV.F. KONDRASHOVV.E. SUKHIKHA.S. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF ENGINEERING PHYSICS) P 1861-6.
138. INVESTIGATION OF NIOBIUM FILMS AT 4.2 K. BY VENDIK,O.G. GAIDUKOVM.M. KOZYREVA.B.
ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, LENINGRAD. INST. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)
P 1893-5.
139. DIELECTRIC SPECTRA OF MIXED KDP-DKOP CRYSTALS AT SUBMILLIMETER WAVELENGTHS. (80-330 K).
BY VOLKOVA.A. KOZLOVG.V. LEOEDEV,S.P. VELICHKOI.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 1907-10.
140. INFLUENCE OF A MAGNETIC FIELD ON THE EXCITON LUMINESCENCE SPECTRA OF AG(2)O AND CU(2)O
CRYSTALS. (2 K). BY KREIMSOLD,F.I. KULINKINB.S. TSURIKOV,V.I. LENINGRADD STATE
UNIV., USSR) P 1960-2.
141. ROLE OF THE SURFACE IN THE FORMATION OF THE INTERMEDIATE STATE STRUCTURE IN BOUNDED
SUPERCONDUCTORS NEAR H(C2). BY IVANCHENKO,YU.M. KOZINSKAYA,A.I. MEDVEDEVYU.V.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, DONETSK. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 1989-93.
142. SPATIALLY INHOMOGENEOUS STATE OF SUPERCONDUCTING TIN FILMS UNDER TUNNEL INJECTION
CONDITIONS. BY MITSENK.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
PHYSICS) P 2007-8.






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143. GRUENEISEN PARAMETER AND THERMAL EXPANSION OF V(3)SI AND V(3)GE. BY PHILIP,J. (KERALA
UNIV., TRIVANORUM, INDIA) P 461-3.
144. PHONON SCATTERING AND INTERSTITIAL CLUSTERS IN GAMMA-IRRADIATED LIF. BY GHANTOUSM.A.
GUCKELSBERGERK. LOCATELLI*M. (CEA CENTRE 0 ETUDES NUCLEAIRES, GRENOBLE, FRANCE. LAB.
DE CRYOPHYSIQUE) P 473-60.

PHYS. STATUS SOLIDI B VOL 98, NO. I (MAR 1980)
145. THEORETICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE CURRENT-VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS OF SUPERCONDUCTING
NIOBIUM-LEAD TUNNEL JUNCTIONS, BY SIEDEL,P. RICHTER,J. (FRIEDRICH-SCHILLER UNIV.,
JENA, EAST GERMANY. SEKTION PHYSIK) P 189-98.

J. MAGN. MAGN. MATER. VOL 15-8, PT. 1 (JAN-MAR 1980)
146. LOW TEMPERATURE THERMAL PROPERTIES OF TWO SINGLET GROUND STATE SYSTEMS PR(3)TL AND
PRSN(3). BY OTTH.R. LUErHIB. GOTOT. ET AL (EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE
HOCHSCHULE, ZURICH, SWITZERLAND. FESTKOERPERPHYSIK LAB.) P 9-10.
147. LOW TEMPERATURE HEAT CAPACITY OF PR(OH)(3), BY FILLING. COX0D. KURTZR. ET AL
(YALE UNIV., NEW HAVEN, CONN. BECTON CENTER) P 23-4.
148. SUPERCONDUCTING-NORMAL PHASE BOUNDARIES OF THE KONDO SUPERCONDUCTOR (LA,Y)CE. BY
WINZER,K. KRUGT. (GOETTINGEN UNIV., GERMANY. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 79-80.
149. STUDY OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN KONDO ALLOYS USING JOSEPHSON TUNNELING. 3Y VAN
HAESENDONCKvC. VAN DEN DRIESL. BRUYNSERAEDEY. GILABERT,A. (LOUVAIN UNIV., BELGIUM.
LAB. VOOR VASTE STOF-FYSIKA EN MAGNETISM) P 85-6.
150. LOW TEMPERATURE MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF AMORPHOUS HOLMIUM ALUMINOSILICATE A NEW
INSULATING SPIN GLASS. BY CHAPPERT,C. BEAUVILLAINP. RENARDJ.P. KNORRK. (PARIS
UNIV., ORSAY, FRANCE. INST. D ELECTKONIQUE FONDAMENTALE) P 117-8.
151. LOW TEMPERATURE ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF AU(1-X)CU(X) ALLOYS WITH FE IMPURITIES. BY
CHANORA,G. SHEIKHA.H. SRIVASTAVA,C.M. (TATA INST. OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH, BOM3AY,
INDIA) P 162-4.
152. LOW TEMPERATURE SPECIFIC HEAT AND MAGNETIZATION OF SC-GO AND Y-GD SPIN GLASSES, BY
LEVESQUE,B. CAUDRONR. COSTA,P. (OFFICE NATIONAL D ETUDES ET DE RECHERCHES
AEROSPATIALES, CHATILLON, FRANCE) P 187-8.
153. LOW TEMPERATURE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF THE PTCO SYSTEM. BY SOULETIEJ. TISSIERB.
UNIVERSITYE SCIENTIFIQUE ET MEDICAL, GRENOBLE, FRANCE. PROPRE LAB.) P 201-2.
154. LOW TEMPERATURE MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY OF SOME QUASI ONE-DIMENSIONAL ORGANIC
CONDUCTORS. BY MILJAK,M. KORIN,B. COOPER,J.R. ET AL (ZAGREB UNIV., YUGOSLAVIA.
INST. OF PHYSICS) P 219-20.
155. LOW TEMPERATURE SPECIFIC HEAT OF DILUTE CHROMIUM-COBALT ALLOYS. BY KUENTZLERR.
MOODY,D.E. (STRASBOURG UNIV., FRANCE. INST. DE PHYSIQUE) P 279-80.
156. LOW TEMPERATURE SPECIFIC HEAT AND MAGNETIZATION OF SOME COBALT BASED ALLOYS. BY
GREGORY,I.P. MOOOY,O.E. (SPERRY GYROSCOPE CO., LTD., 3RACKNELL, ENGLAND) P 281-2.
157. VACANCIES IN SOLID HELIUM 3. BY MONTAMBAUXG. HERITIERM. LEDERER,P. (PARIS UNIV.,
ORSAY, FRANCE. LAB DE PHYSIQUE DES SOLIDES) P 321-2.

SOLID STATE ELECTRON. VOL 23, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
158. ANALYSIS OF CHANNEL NOISE AND THRESHOLD VOLTAGE IN SOS-MOS TRANSISTORS IN THE
TEMPERATURE RANGE OF 77-303 K. BY TOUBOUL,A. SODINID. RIGAUDD. LECOY,G.
(MONTPELLIER-2 UNIV., FRANE. CENTRE 0 ETUDES O ELECTRONIQUE DES SLIDES) P 335-44.

SCI. REP. RES. INST. TOHOKU UNIV., SER. A VOL 28, NO. 2 (MAR 1980)
159. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF TI-NB-SI ALLOYS CRYSTALLIZED FROM THE AMORPHOUS STATE. 3Y INOUEA.
SURYANARAYANA,C. MASUMOTO,T. HOSHIA. (TOHOKU UNIV., SENDAI, JAPAN. RESEARCH IIST.
FOR IRON, STEEL AND OTHER METALS) P 182-94.

J. CHEM. THERMODYN. VOL 12, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
160. THE THERMODYNAMICS OF LIQUID MIXTURES OF METHANE + ETHENE. BY LOBO,L.Q. CALAOOPJ.C.G.
STAVELEYL.A.K. (OXFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB.) P 419-27.
161. VAPOR PRESSURES OF 17 MISCELLANEOUS ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. BY OSBORNA.G. SCOTTDW.N.
(DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, 9ARTLESVILLE, OKLA. BARTLESVILLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CENTER)
P 429-38.

MOL. PHYS. VOL 39, NO. 6 (APR 1980)
162. PERTURBATION THEORY FOR THE TWO-CENTRE LENNARD-JONES FLUID USING A SPHERICALLY AVERAGED
REFERENCE POTENTIAL. BY QJIRKE.N. PERRAM,J.W. JACUCCIeG. (RUHR UNIV,, BOCHUM,
GERMANY. INST. FUER THERMO- UNO FLUIDDYNAMIK) P 1311-25.
163. LIQUID-VAPOUR COEXISTENCE AND CORRELATIONS IN THE SURFACE. BY LEKNERJ. HENDERSO',J.R.
(VICTORIA UNIV., WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1437-43.
164. THEORETICAL STUDIES OF THE COLLISION-INDUCED RAMAN SPECTRUM OF CARBON DIOXIDE. BY
AMOSR.O. BUCKINGHAM,A.D. WILLIAMS,J.H. (CAMBRIDGE UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF
THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY) P 1519-26.






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INT. J. HEAT MASS TRANSFER VOL 23, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
165. DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND EQUATION FOR AXIAL HEAT FLOW OF GORTER-MELLINK CONVECTION (HE
1I). BY SOLOSKIS.C. FRE3ERKING,T.r.K. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES) P 437-41.
166. GENERAL FEATURES OF CHF OF FORCED CONVECTION BOILING IN UNIFORMLY HEATED VERTICAL TUBES
WITH ZERO INLET SUBCOOLING. (INCLUDES CRYOGENICS). BY KATTO,Y. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN.
DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) P 493-5u4.

CHEM. ENG. SCI. VOL 35, NO. 4 (1980)
167. A CORRESPONDING STATES MODEL FOR THE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF GASES AND LIQUIDS, BY
CHRISTENSENP.L. FREOENSLUN0,AA. (TECHNICAL UNIV. OF DENMARK, LYNGBY. INST. FOR
KEMITEKNIK) P 871-6.

J. CHEM. ENG. JPN. VOL 13. NO. 2 (APR 198:)
168. VISCOSITY OF SF(6)+N(2) AND SF(6)+HE GASEOUS MIXTURES. BY TANAKA,Y. NAKAJIMA,M.
KUBOTA,H. MAKITA,T. (KOBE UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 155-8.
169. PREDICTION OF LIQUID-LIQUID EQUILIBRIA FOR TERNARY SYSTEMS BY THE ASOG METHOD. BY
TOCHIGI,K. HIRAGAM. KOJIMA,K. (NIHON UNIV., TOKYO, JAPAN. CEPT. OF INDUSTRIAL
CHEMISTRY) P 159-61.

CHEM. ING. TECH. VOL 52, N3. 3 (MAR 1980)
170. CALCULATION OF MOLAR VOLUME IN METHANE-PROPANE GAS MIXTURES. BY SERBANOVIC,S.P.
DJORDTEVIC,B.D. GROZDANIC,D.K. (3ELGRADE UNIV., YUGOSLAVIA. TEHNOLOSKO-METALURSKI
FAKULTET) P 252.

CHEM. ENG. COMMUM. VOL 4, ND. 2-3 (1980)
171. MOLECULAR THEORY OF SIMPLE UENSE FLUID STRUCTURE AND THERMODYNAMICS. BY WANG,T.
DAVISH.T. (MINNESOTA UNIJ., MINNEAPOLIS. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 343-52.

J. CHEM. TECHNOL. BIOTECHNOL. VOL 30, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
172. PHASE EQUILIBRIA IN AMMONIA-CARBON DIOXIDE SYSTEMS AT AND ABOVE UREA SYNTHESIS
CONDITIONS. BY LEMKOWITZ,S.M. VAN ERPJ.C. REKERS,D.M. VAN DEN BERG.P.J. (OEL T
UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY, NETHERLANDS. CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY LAB.) P 35-101.

NEFT. KHOZ. NO. 4 (APR 1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
173. DETERMINATION OF PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF GAS-SATURATED PETROLEUM. BY KORSHAK,A.A.
TUGUNOVP.I. P 49-52.

INDIAN J. TECHNOL. VOL 18, NO. 3 (MAR 1983)
174. ANOMALOUS MAGNETORESISTANCE EFFECTS IN SEMICONDUCTING LEAD SULPHIDE AT LOW TEMPERATURES.
BY PORJESZeT. KOTKATAM.F. KIRSCHNERI. (EOTVOS LORAND UNIV., BUDAPEST, HUNGRY.
LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS LAB.) P 112-8.

AIAA J. VOL 18, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
175. TRANSPORT PROPERTY CORRELATIONS FOR H(2)-HE GAS MIXTURES AT TEMPERATURES OF 1000-25.00U
,y BY ZO3Y,E.V. GRAVES,R.A.,JR. MOSS,J.N. ET AL (NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE
ADMINISTRATION, HAMPTON, VA. LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER) P 463-75.

J. AIRCR. VOL 17, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
176. SIMULATION OF FLAT-PLATE TURBULENT BOUNDARY LAYERS IN CRYOGENIC TUNNELS. 3Y ADCOCKJ.
(NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION, HAMPTON, VA. LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER)
P 284.

IEEE TRANS. VEH. TECHNOL. VOL 29, NO. 1 (FEB 1980)
177. DEVELOPMENT OF THE MAGNETICALLY SUSPENDED TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM IN THE
FEDERAL-REPUBLIC-OF-GERMANY. BY GLATZELK. KHURDOKG. ROGGD. (DORNIER-SYSTEM
G.M.B.H., FREIDRICHSHAFEN, GERMANY. DEPT. OF NEW TRAFFIC TECHNOLOGY) P 8-16.
178. MAGNETIC WHEEL IN THE SUSPENSION OF HIGH-SPEED GROUND TRANSPORTATION VEHICLES. BY
GOTTZEINE. MEISINGER,R. MILLER. (MESSERSCHMITT BOELKOW 3LOHM G.M.B.H., MUNICH,
GERMANY. OEPT. OF SIMULATION AND CONTROL) P 17-22.
179. CONTROL SYSTEMS FCR OPERATING THE LONG STATOR MAGLEV VEHICLE TR 05. BY KOERV,P.A.A.
(MESSERSCHMITT BOELKOW BLOHM ;.M.B.H., MUNICH, GERMANY. DEPT. OF SIMULATION AND
CONTROL) P 23-34.
180. DETAIL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS OF FERROMAGNETIC LEVITATION SYSTEM OF JAPAN AIR LINES
HSST-01/02 VEHICLES. BY HIKASA,Y. TAKEUCHI.Y. JAPANN AIR LINES CO., INC., TOKYO.
CENTER FOR MAINTENANCE) P 35-40.
181. COMBINED MAGNETIC LEVITATION AND PROPULSION THE MAG-TRANSIT CONCEPT, BY RULE.R.*.
GILLILANDR.G. (BOEING CO., SEATTLE, WASH. AUTOMATED TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM) P 41-9.
182. POWER CONDITIONING SYSTEMS FOR A MAGNETICALLY LEVITATED TEST VEHICLE, BY FRUECHTE,R.D.
NELSON,R.H. RADOMSKI,T.A. GENERAL L MOTORS RESEARCH LAB., WARREN, MICH. DEPT. OF
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 50-63.






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ELECTRON. COMMON. JPN. (ENSL. TRANSL.) VOL 61, NO. 6 (JUN 1978)
183. HIGH-RESOLUTION FREQUENCY )ISCRIHINATOR WITH SUPERCONDUCTING CAVITY RESONATOR FOR
MEASUREMENT OF FM NOISE. 3Y TAKAOKAA. URAK. (OSAKA UNIV., JAPAN. ELECTRON BEAM
LAB.) P 36-44.

J. VAC. SCI. TECHNOL. VOL 17, NO. 1 (JAN-FEB 1980)
184. GRANULAR ALUMINUM SUPERCONDUCTING 30LOMETER AS A MOLECULAR BEAM DETECTOR. BY
GARDILLOM.J. BECKER.G.E. KUBROKG.D. ET AL (BELL TELEPHONE LABS., INC., MURRAY
HILL, N. J.) P 130-3.
185. DESIGN AND OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CRYCPUMP HIGH VACUUM SYSTEM FOR THE 25.0Ba
L TARGET CHAMBER OF THE HELIOS LASER FACILITY. BY WILSONN.G. WATTSK.N. (LOS ALAMOS
SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. MEX.) P 270-3.
186. CHARACTERISTICS OF A BAKEA3LE ION-CRYOPUMPED UHV SYSTEM. BY MICHAUDM. SOUCHEL.
(SHER3ROOKE UNIV., QUEBEC. FACULTE DE MEDICINE) P 274-6.
187. EFFECTS OF DEPOSITION PARAMETERS OR THE PROPERTIES OF SUPERCONDUCTING RF REACTIVELY
SPUTTERED NBN FILMS. BY W3LF,S.A. SINGERI.L. CUPANSKASE.J. ET AL (NAVAL RESEARCH
LAB., WASHINGTON, 0. C.) P 411-4.
188. STUOY OF THIN NB OXIDE FILMS. BY KARULKAR,P.C. NORDMANJ.C. (WISCONSIN UNIV.,
MADISON) P 462-5.

NUCL. INSTRUM. METHODS VOL 171, NO. 1 (APR 1980)
189. AN RF CONTACT F3R SUPERCONDUCTING CAVITIES. BY HEINRICHSH. WEINGARTEN,W. (WUPPERTAL
UNIV.. GESAMTHOCHSCHULE, GERMANY. FACHBEREICH PHYSIK) P 165-6.

PTB MITT. VOL 90, NO. 1 (FE3 198J)
190. RESOLUTION OF SQUIDS WITH HYSTERESIS. BY GUTMANN,P. KOSEV. (PHYSIKALISCH-TECHNISCHE
BUNDESANSTALT, BRUNSWICK, GERMANY. STROMSTARKEEINHEIT LAB.) P 1-6.
191. ACCURACY OF REALIZING THERMODYNAMI; TEMPERATURES BY GAS THERMOMETRY. BY GUILDNERL.A.
(NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, D. C. TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS AND STANDARDS
DIV.) P 41-7.

ACTA METALL. VOL 28, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
192. DEFORMATION BEHAVIOUR OF ZIRCALOY-4 BETWEEN 77 AND 900 K. BY DEREP,J.L. IBRAHIM.S.
ROUBY.R. FANTOZZIG. (INSTITUTE NATIONAL DES SCIENCES APPLIQUEES, VILLEURBANNE,
FRANCE. GROUP DE PHYSIQUE DES MATERIAUX) P 607-19.

J. MATER. SCI. VOL 15, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
193. LIQUID NITROGEN STRENGTHS OF COATED OPTICAL GLASS FIBRES. BY FRANCE.P.W. PARADINE.M.J.
REEVE,M.H. NEWNSG.R. (POST OFFICE RESEARCH CENTER, IPSWICH, ENGLAND) P 825-30.

Z. METALLKD. VOL 71, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
194. RELATION BETWEEN STRENGTHENING AND DISLOCATION CELLS STRUCTURE OF NI SINGLE CRYSTALS
DEFORMED IN COMPRESSION AT 293 AND 77 K. BY GERLING*U. PREOELB. (MAX-PLANCK-INST.
FUER METALLFORSCHUNG, STUTTGART, GERMANY. INST. FUER WERKSTOFFWISSENSCHAFTEN) P 155-7.

STRENGTH MATER. VOL 11, NO. 8 (AUG 1979)
195. LOW-CYCLE FATIGUE OF CHROME-MANGANESE STEEL AT +20 AND -196 DEGREES C. BY STEPANOVG.A.
LOKHANKINA,L.K. P 847-9.
196. EFFECT OF LOCAL INTERNAL STRESSES ON THE PECULIARITIES OF INTERCRYSTALLINE FRACTURE OF
MOLYBDENUM ALLOYS IN THE DJCTILE-BRITTLE TRANSITION REGION. (77-500 K). 3Y
DENISYUK,V.A. DRACHINSKII,A.S. PODREZOV,YU.N. TREFILOVV.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE UKRAINIAN SSR. KIEV. INST. OF PROBLEMS IN THE BEHAVIOR OF MATERIALS) P 890-3.
197. A METHOD OF TEMPERATURE REGULATION IN TESTS OF MATERIALS IN THE VAPORS OF LIQUID
COOLANTS. BY NOVIKOVN.V. GORODYSKII,N.I. MITLIKIN,M.O. NOVOGRUDSKII,L.S. (ACADEMY
OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF SUPERHARD MATERIALS) P 925-7.

STRENGTH MATER. VOL 11, NO. 9 (SEP 1979)
198. PLASTIC STRAIN AND FRACTURE OF CRYSTALLINE BODIES. COMMUNICATION 3. THE ROLE OF STRAIN
IN INHIBITING FRACTURE. (77-1000 K). BY VLADIMIROVV.I. GOROBEIN.N. BETEKHTINV.I.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, LENINGRAD. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 939-46.
199. DUCTILITY AND RESISTANCETO DEFORMATION OF MARAGING STEELS NB8K9HST AND KHIINil)M2T IN THE
TEMPERATURE RANGE -196 TO +1000 DEGREES C. BY SKUDNOVV.A. VINOGRADOVA,V.E.
SOKOLOV,L.O. (GORKII POLYTECHNIC INST., USSR) P 1053-9.

COMPOSITES VOL 11, NO. 2 (APR 1980)
200. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF PLASTIC COMPOSITES UNDER LOW TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS. BY
KADOTANI,K. (HITACHI LTD., IBARAKI, JAPAN. RESEARCH LAB.) P 87-94.






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INT. J. HYDROGEN ENERGY VOL 5, NO. 2 (1980)
201. NEXT STEP IN AVIATION. (EDITORIAL). 3Y VEZIROGLU,T.N. (MIAMI UNIV., CORAL GABLES,
FLA. CLEAN ENERGY RESEARCH INST.) P 117-8.
202. HYDROGEN PRODUCTION USING FUSION ENERGY AND THERMCCHEMICAL CYCLES. BY DANG,V.D.
STEINBERG,M. (BPOOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. Y. PROCESS SCIENCES DIV.) P 119-29.
203. DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN OF A CONTINUOUS LAO3RATORY-SCALE PLANT FOR HYDROGEN PRODUCTION BY
THE MARK-13 CYCLE. BY VAN VELZEN,D. LANGENKAMP,H. SCHUETZG. ET AL (COMMISSION OF
THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES, ISPRA, ITALY. JRC-ISPRA ESTABLISHMENT) P 131-9.
204. THE REACTION OF SULPHUR DIOXIDE WITH WATER AND A HALOGEN. THE CASE OF IODINE REACTION
IN PRESENCE OF ORGANIC SOLVENTS. BY DE BENI,G. PIERINI,G. SPELTA,3. (COMMISSION OF
THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES, ISPRA, ITALY. JRC-ISPRA ESTABLISHMENT P 141-9.
205. PRODUCTION OF HYDROGEN BY THE ELECTROLYTIC DECOMPOSITION OF WATER IN FUSED SODIUM
HYDROXIDE. BY DIVISEKJ. MERGEL,J. (KE.NFOoSCHUNGSANLAGE JUELICH G.M.B.H., GERMANY.
ANGEWANOTE PHYSIKALISCHE C~EMIE) P 151-64.
206. ALKALINE INORGANIC-MEMBRANE-ELECTROLYTE (IME) WATER ELECTROLYSIS, BY VAN3ENBORRE,H.
LEYSENR. BAETSLEL.H. CENTREE D ETUOE OE L ENERGIE NUCLEAIRE, MOL, BELGIUM. STUDIED
CENTRUM VOOR KERN ENERGIES) P 165-71.
207. APPLICATION OF MAGNESIUM RICH RARE-EARTH ALLOYS TO HYDROGEN STORAGE. 9Y DARRIETB.
PEZAT,M. HBIKAtA. HAGENMJLLER,P. (BCRDEAUX-I UNIV., TALENCE, FRANCE. LAB. DE CAIMIE
DU SOLID) P 173-8.
208. ELECTRONIC FUEL INJECTION TECHNIQUES FOR HYDROGEN POWERED I.C. ENGINES, BY
MACCARLEY,C.A. VAN VORST,W.O. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
AND APPLIED SCIENCE) P 179-203.
209. GCOMMENTQ ONTHE IMPRACTICABILITY OF LARGE-SCALE GENERATION OF HYDROGEN FROM WATER
PHOTOLYSIS BY UTILIZATION OF SOLAR RADIATION. BY ESCHERW.J.D. (ESCHER TECHNOLOGY
ASSOCIATES, ST. JOHNS, MIC-.) P 2J5-6.
210. U.SS SEMINAR ON HYDROGEN FROM COAL, P 209.
211. STUTTGART SYMPOSIUM ON HYDROGEN FOR AVIATION. P 210-1.

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 21 (MAY 1980)
212. HIGH H(2) PURITY IS KEY IN NEW REFINING ERA. BY MACIULAE.A. (MONSANTO CO., ST. L3UIS,
MO.) P 63-8.
213. CLAUS PLANTS EQUIPPED WITH NEW CONTROL SCHEME. BY DOUGHERTY,J.F. MORGAN,O.J.
(STEARNS-ROGER ENGINEERING CORP., DENVER, COLO.) P 68-70.

GAS WORLD VOL 185, NO. 4737 (MAY 1980)
214. SNG RESEARCH IS STEPPED UP AS MRS CELEBRATES QUARTER CENTURY. P 223.
215. SOVIET GAS INDUSTRY GRAPPLES WITH ITS PROBLEMS. BY SEGALG. P 224.

ERDOEL KOHLE EROGAS PETROCHEM. VOL 33, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
216. COALIFICATION IN NW-GERMANY. (CLASSIFICATION OF THE GERMAN OIL AND GAS FIELDS IN
RELATION TO THEIR COALIFICATION RANK). BY BARTENSTEIN,H. P 121-5.
217. ECONOMIC WAYS OF STORING Hf3R3CARBONS UNDERGROUND. BY BERGMAN,M. (HAGCONSULT AB,
STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN) P 131-4.

ERDOEL ERDGAS Z. VOL 96, NO. 3 (MAR 1980) (IN GERMAN)
218. COAL CONVERSION PROJECTS II GERMANY, P 75.
219. MOTOR FUELS AND SNG FROM COAL. BY HILLER,H. (LURGI GESELLSCHAFTEN, FRANKFURT AM IAIN,
GERMANY) P 76-80.
223. NATURAL GAS PRODUCTION SYSTEMS BASED ON LNG AND METHANOL FOR OFFSHORE OPERATIONS. BY
KRAMER,J. (SALZGITTER FERNGAS G.M.B.H., GERMANY) P 81-4.

BRENNST. WAERME KRAFT VOL 32, NO. 3 (MAP :980) (IN GERMAN)
221. MODEL TESTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AXIAL 1OMPRESSOOS. BY GUENTHER,J. VON
SCHWEROTNERC.A. P 87-93.
222. BALANCING THE PROCESS FOR THE HYDRATING GASIFICATION OF 3ROWN COAL. BY TSATSARONIS,G.
SCHUSTER,P. ROETGEN,H. P 105-11.

BRENNST. WAERME KRAFT VOL 32, NO. 4 (APR 1980) (IN GERMAN)
223. USE OF COAL, 3Y SCHILLING,H.-D. P 125-9.
224. GAS ECOONY GAS ENGINEERING. BY SCHOLAND,E. P 132-5.
225. REGENERATIVE ENERGY SOURCES. BY MELISSeM. P 140-6.
226. RATIONAL USE OF ENERGY. BY E3ERSBACH,K.F. LAYER,G.T. P 160-3.
227. ENERGY STORAGE, BY KAIER,U. P 163-5.
228. 4EAT EXCHANGERS. BY STEPHAN,K. MITROVICJ. P 180-5.
229. MATERIALS AND TESTING OF MATERIALS. BY JOERGENS,H. P 186-9.

NEW SCI. VOL 86, NO. 1202 (APR 1980)
233. PLANT POWER FUELS HYDROGEN PRODUCTION. BY HALL,D. ADAMS,M. GISBY,P. RAOK. (KINGS
COLL., LONDON, ENGLAND. DEPT. OF PLANT SCIENCE) P 72-5.


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Chemistry 96
Cristal Structure and LattLce Properties
6, 12, 15, 1, 20. 2,? Zs, 41. 42, 45. 56,
57, 58, 63, 78, 98, 101, 108, 109, 111, 112,
113, 114, 116, 118, 119, 128, 133, 139, 143,
144, 157, 192, 194, 198
Fluid Properties and Structure
6, 8, 9, 33, 34, 35, 37, 43, 69, 70, 72, 73,
74, 75, 76, 77, 87, 90, 91, 95, 96, 97, 98,
100, 104, 107, 129, 157, 160, 161, 162, 163,
164, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 175

Magnetic Properties and Materials
5, 9, 10, 12, 14, 24, 28, 29, 33, 38, 39, 40,
60, 71, 80, 84, 85, 86, '-1, 109, 116, 117,
130, 131, 132, 140, 149, 150, 152, 153, 154,
156, 174, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182
Mossbauer Effect and Resonances
8, 22, 23, 71

Optical Properties
27, 44, 49, 50, 54, 64, 72, 87, 88, 90, 102,
105, 106, 107, 119, 125, 140, 164, 193

Polymers 71, 78, 200


Semiconductors
16, 48, 49, 54. 55, 60. 61, 64. 65. 84, 88.
93. 102, 125. 133. 139, 158, 174
Sorption 43. 104

Superconductors
2, 10, 13. i5. 17, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 46.
47, 48. 51. 52. 53, 62, 66. 67, 68, 78, 85,
99, 101, 110, 126. 127, 134, 135, 136, 137,
138. 141, 142. 145, 148, 149, 159, 177, 178,
179, 180, 181, 182, 113, 184, 187, 188, 189,
190

Superfluidit,
1, 3. 4, 7, 8, 11, 19, 31, 32, 36. 79, 83,
103, 122, 165
Thermal Properties of Solids
81, 82, 99, 121, 123, 143, 146, 147, 152,
155, 156
Therinoaymanics, Statistical Physics, and
Transport Processes
3, 4, 9. 11, 14, 69, 70, 74. 76, 77, 83, 91,
94, 95, 97, 100, 122, 124, 129, 162, 163.
164, 167, 168, 171, 175. 176, 191


transport Properties ofT olids
2. 5. 15, 17, 21, 39, 59, 60, 61. 65, 86,
102, 113, 115, 143. 151
Other 9?, 120

SECTION II AND III. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING AND ENERGY


Energy
59, 76, 93, 97, 173, 177, 180, 181, 182, 201
thru 230

Equipment and Devices
52, 53, 68, 76, 93, 97, 158, 177, 178, 179,
180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 189, 190, 193,
221, 228
Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and
Production
S22, 203, 205, 206, 209, 212, 213, 230
Heat and Mass Transfer
165, 166, 176, 228

Hydrogen
98, 201 thru 212, 230


LNG and Methane
160, 170, 173, 201, 209, 210, 211, 213 thru
22'4

Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
18, 56, 5i, 58, 111, 112. 118, 144, 157, 188,
192 thru 200, 229

Metrology and Instrumentation
59, 91, 12u, 12 123, 1P6, 184, 191
Propulsion and Space Applications
120. 175, 176, 181, 201, 211
Refrigeration 14

Storage and Handling 207, 227

vacuum technology 185, 186, 187, 188


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