A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service

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Title:
A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service
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Current awareness list
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English
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Cryogenic Data Center
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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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JUN. 23-JUL. 4, 1980 LIST NO. 706


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


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






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SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 44, N3. 22 (JUN 1980)
1. CALCULATED TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF MOBILITY IN SILICON INVERSION LAYERS. (0-40 K).
BY STEDN,F. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) D 1469-72.
2. TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT RESISTIVITIES IN SILICON INVERSION LAYERS AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY
CHAMK.M. WHEELER,R.G. (VALE UNIV., NEW HAVEN, CONN. DEPT. OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED
SCIENCE) P 1472-5.

PHYS. DEV. LETT. VOL 44, N3. 23 (JUN 1980)
3. RAMAN SCATTERING FROM NONE3JILIBRIUM LO PHONONS WITH PICOSECOND RESOLUTION. (77T'K. BY
VON DER LINDED. KUHLJ. KLINGENBERGH. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER FESTKOERPERFORSCHUNG,
STUTTGART, GERMANY) P 1505-8.
4. UPPER CRITICAL FIE.O OF NB CALCULATED TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE AND ANISOTROPY. BY
BUTLER,WH.. (OAK RIOGE NATIOI4L LAB., TENN.) P 1516-2C.
5. RADIATION-INDUCED BISTA3ILITY IN JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS. BY SHENOYS.R. AGARWALG.S.
(HYDERABAD JNIV., INDIA. SCHOOL OF PHYSICS) P 1524-7.
6. LOW-TEMPERATURE AC CONDUCTIVITY OF CHALC3GENIDE GLASSES. BY HAUSER,J.J. (BELL LA3S.,
MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 1534-7.
7. FERROMAGNETIC SUPERCONDUCTORS A VORTEX PHASE IN TERNARY RAPE-EARTH COMPOUNDS. BY
KUPER,C.G. REVZEN,4. RONA. (TECHNION-ISRAEL INST. OF TECH., HAIFA. OEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 1545-8.
8. MEASUREMENT OF THE COSMIC-BACK3ROUND LARGE-SCALE ANISOTROPY IN THE MILLIMETRIC REGION.
BY FABBRIR. GUIOI.I. HE6 CHIORRI,F. NATALEV. (FLORENCE UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO DI
FISICA SUPERIOREI P 1563-5.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 44, N3. 24 (JUN 1960)
9. NEW CLASS OF LAYERED MATERIALS. BY SCHULLER,I.K. (ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB., ILL. SOLID
STATE SCIENCE DIV.) P 1597-63;.
10. HIGH-RESOLUTION STUDY OF EXCITATIONS IN SUPERFLUID (4)HE BY THE NEUTRON SPIN-ECHO
TECHNIQUE. BY MEZEIF. INSTITUTET MAX VON LAUE-PAUL LANGEVIN, GRENOBLE, FRANCE)
P 16ul-4.
11. OBSERVATION OF A CHARGE-DE4SITY WAVE IN ALPHA-U AT LOW TEMPERATURE. BY SMITH,H.G.
HAKABAYASHI,N. CRUMMETT,H.P. ET AL (OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LAB., TENN. SOLID STATE DIV.)
P 1612-5.
12. PRESSURE DEPENDENCE OF SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION TEMPERATURE OF HIGH-PRESSURE METALLIC
TE. BY BUNDY,F.P. OUNNK.J. (GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., SCHENECTADY, N. Y. CORPORATE
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT) P 1623-6.
13. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE POSITRON ANNIHILATION CHARACTERISTICS IN MOLYBDENUM
CONTAINING VOIDS. (9-40(C ). BY SCHULTZP.J. LYNNK.G. MACKENZIE,I.K. ET AL
(BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. Y.) P 1629-32.

PHYS. PEV. A VOL 21, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
14. DENSITY-FUNCTIONAL THEORY OF POSITRONIUM AND ELECTRON BUBBLES IN HELIUM FLUIDS. BY
NIEMINENR.M. VAELIMAA,I. MANNINEN,M. HAUTOJAERVIP. (JYVAESKYLAE UNIV., FINLAND.
OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1677-86.
15. THEORY OF EXCESS-ELECTRON MOBILITY IN COMPRESSED ARGON. BY 'RYKO.J. POPIELAWSKI,J.
(POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, NARSAW. INST. OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY) P 717-24.
16. BULK VISCOSITY VIA NONEQUILIBRIUM AND EQUILIBRIUM MOLECULAR DYNAMICS. BY HOOVERW.G.
LADDA.J.C. HICKMANR.B. HOLIANB.L. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LIVERMORE. DEPT. OF APPLIED
SCIENCE) P 1756-60.

APPL. PHYS. LETT. VOL 36, 40. 10 (MAY 1980)
17. GAIN-DEPENDENT NOISE TEMPERATURE OF JOSEPHSON PARAMETRIC AMPLIFIERS. BY FELDMAN,M.J.
LEVINSENM.T. (CHALMERS UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY, GOTEBORG, SWEDEN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 854-6.
18. IHE EFFECT OF NEUTRON IRRADIATION UPON THE SUPERCONDUCTING CRITICAL TrMPERATURE OF SOME
TRANSITION-METAL CARBIDES, NITRIDES, AND CAEBONITRIDFS. BY DEW-HUGHESD. JONESQ.
(OXFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE) P 856-9.
19. PRESSURE DEPENDENCE OF THE SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION TEMPERATURE OF CU(40)ZR(60) AND
PD(3Q)ZR(7O) AMORPHOUS ALLOYS. BY WILLER,J. FRITSCH,G. LUESCHER,E. (TECHNISCHE UNIV.
MUNICH, MARCHING, GERMANY. PIYSIK DEPT.I P 859-61.
20. DISPLACED HYSTERESIS LOOP AND MICROSTRUCTURE OF CU-MN-AL ALLOYS. 177 K). BY NARITA,K.
KOGAsS. MOTOWAKIfY. (KYUSHU JNIV., FUKUOKA, JAPAN. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)
P 862-4.
21. CARBON FILMS WITH RELATIVELY HIGH CONDUCTIVITY. (20-300 K). BY KAPLANM.L.
SCHMIDT,P.H. CHENC.-H. WALSHW.M.JR. (BELL LABS., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 867-9.

APPL. P1YS. LETT. VOL 36, 10. 11 (JUN 1980)
22. CLOSE-CONTACT ANNEALING OF ION-IMPLANTED GAAS AND INP. (77 K). BY MOLNAR,B. (NAVAL
RESEARCH LAB., WASHINGTON, 3. C.) P 927-9.






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J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 51, NO. 5 (MAY 198:)
23. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE RA3IO FREQUENCY DISCHARGE IN GAS MIXTURES OF HELIUM WITH
FLOURINE, OXYGEN, NITROGEN, AND ARGON. BY VASILEM.J. (BELL LABS., MURRAY HILL, N. J.)
P 2503-9.
24. REMOTE POLAR PHONON SCATTERING IN SI INVERSION LAYERS. (77, 150, AND 303 K). BY
HOORE*B.T. FERRY,D.K. COLORADOO STATE UNIV.. FORT COLLINS. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING) P 2603-5.
25. LOCAL MOMENT HYPERFINE STUDIES OF TIE KONOO SYSTEM PDH(X)FE(0.003). BY 9RAND,R.A.
GEORGES-GILBERTH. KOVACIC,C. (DUISBURG UNIV., GERMANY. LAB. FUER ANGEWANDTE PHYSIK)
P 2647-51.
26. ELECTRON MOBILITY ANO FREE-CARRIER ABSORPTION IN IMP DETERMINATION OF THE COMPENSATION
RATIO. (77-300 K). BY WALUKIEWICZ,W. LAGOWSKI,J. JASTRZEBSKI,L. ET AL
(MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TE3d., CAMBRIDGE. DEPT. OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING)
P 2659-68.
27. A STUDY OF ALLOY SCATTERING IN GA(1-X)AL(X)AS. (25-110 K). BY CHANDOA,A. EASTMAN,L.F.
(CORNELL UNIV., ITHACA, N. Y. SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 2669-77.
28. FEASIBILITY OF HYBRID JOSE'HS3N FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTORS. BY CLARK,T.3. PRANCE,R.J.
GRASSIE,A.D.C* (SUSSEX UNIV., BRIGHTON, ENGLAND. SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICAL
SCIENCES) P 2736-43.
29. CRITICAL CONDITIONS OF FLUX FLOW IN LONG JOSEPHSON TUNNEL JUNCTIONS. BY
RAJEEVAKUMART.V. GEOPERT,L.M. CHEN,J.T. (IPM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER YORKTOWN
HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 2744-7.
30. A PREDICTION OF THE STRESS STATE IN NB(3)SN SUPERCONDUCTING COMPOSITES. BY EASTON,D.S.
KROEGERO.M. SPECKING,W. KOCH,C.C. (OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LAB., TENN. METALS AND
CERAMICS DIV., P 2748-57.
31. A METHOD FOR DETERMINING TEMPERATURES AND HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENTS WITH A
SUPERCONDUCTIVE SAMPLE. BY GENTILE,D. HASSENZAHL,W. POLAK,M. (CEA CENTRE 0 ETU3ES
NUCLEAIRES DE SACLAY, GIF-SUR-YVETTE, FRANCE. DEPT. DE PHYSIQUE DES PARTICLES
ELEMENTAIRES) P 2758-63.
32. APPLICATION OF LOW-TEMPERATURE SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY TO SUPERCONDUCTORS. 9Y
CLEMnJ.R. HUEBENER,R.P. (AMES LAS., IOWA) P 2764-73.
33. DEVELOPMENT OF A-15 (V(3)GAI SUPERCONDUCTING MATERIAL THROUGH CONTROLLED PRECIPITATION.
BY HONGM. DIETOERICHD. MORRIS,J.W.,JR. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., BERKELEY. LAWRENCE
BERKELEY LAB.) P 2774-9.
34. STEADY-STATE AND RF PROPERTIES OF PROXIMITY EFFECT WEAK LINKS. BY MCNAMARA,R.P.
MERCEREAU,J.E. (BELL LABS., NAPERVILLE, ILL.) P 2923-7.

J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 72, NO. 10 (MAY 1980)
35. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATION OF THE PLASTIC PHASE OF SOLD METHANE. BY BOUNDSD..
KLEIN,M.L. PATEY,G.N. (NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA, OTTAWA, DOTARIO. DIV. 3F
CHEMISTRY) P 5348-56.
36. PERTURBATION THEORY FOR THE FREE ENERGY OF TWO-CENTER-LENNARD-JONES LIQUIOS. BY
FISCHER.J. (RUHR-UNIV. BOCHUM, GERMANY. INST. RIER THERMO- UND FLUIDDYNAMIK)
P 5371-7.
37. MOLECULAR BEAM EXPERIMENTS ON THE STICKING AND ACCOMMODATION OF MOLECULAR HYDROGEN ON A
LOW-TEMPERATURE SUBSTRATE, BY GOVERS,T.R. MATTERA,L. SCOLES,G. (PARIS UNIV., ORSAY,
FRANCE. LAB. DE PHYSICO-CIIMIE DES RAYONNEMENTS) P 5446-55.
38. LOGARITHMIC TERMS IN THE SOFTNESS EXPANSION OF DILUTE GAS TRANSPORT PROPERTIES. BY
KAYSERR.F.,JR. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, D. C. THERMOPHYSICS DIV.)
P 5458-68.
39. THE TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF BINARY GAS MIXTURES IN APPLIED MAGNETIC FIELDS, EY
THOMASJ.A.,JR. CURTISSC.F. (CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES, ALEXANDRIA, VA.) P 5581-93.
40. EVALUATION OF KINETIC THEORY COLLISION INTEGRAL USING THE GENERALIZED PHASF SHIFT
APPROACH. BY THOMAS,J.A.,JR. CURTISS,C.F. (CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES, ALEXANDRIA,
VA.) P 5591-602.
41. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF TIE FAR IR SPECTRUM OF ALPHA-N(2). BY MEDINAF.D.
(NORTHEASTERN UNIV., BOSTON, MASS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5763-2.
42. CRITICAL LENGTHS AND SPINODAL REGION OF THE LENNARD-JONES FLUID. (LETTER TO THE
EDITOR). BY DEL RIOF. MIER Y TERANL. (UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA METROPOLITAN,
IZTAPALAPA, MEXICO) P 5775-6.
43. THE EFFECT OF SURFACE ROUGHNESS ON SURFACE ENHANCED RAMAN SCATTERING, (LETTER TO TIE
EDITOR). BY GERSTEN,J.I. (CITY UNIV. OF NEW YORK, N. Y. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5779-80.
44. RAYLEIGHT HIE, AND RAMAN SCATTERING BY MOLECULES ADSORBED ON ROUGH SURFACES. (LETTER TO
THE EDITOR). BY GERSTENJ.I. (CITY UNIV. OF NEW YORK, N. Y. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 5780-1.
45. ON THE MANY-BODY CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE OK BINDING ENERGY OF SOLID ARGON. BY AZIZ,R.A.
WATERLOOO JNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5787-9.
46. A MORE COMPACT FORM OF THE EQUATION OF STATE FOR MIXTURES OF HARD SPHERES. BY
PONCE-RAMIREZL. INSTITUTEO MEXICANO DEL PETROLEO, MEXICO CITY) P 5789-90.

J. PHYS. CHEH. REF. DATA VOL 9, NO. 1 (1980)
47. REFRACTIVE INDEX OF ALKALINE EARTH HALIDES AND ITS WAVELENGTH AND TFMPFRATURF
.DERIVATIVES BY LI,tH.H (PURDUE UNIV., WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. CENTER FOR INFORMATION
AND NUMERICAL DATA ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS) P 161-289.






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J. RES. NAT. BUR. STAND. V3L 85, NO. 2 (MAR-APR 1980)
48. HIGH TEMPERATURE ELASTIC C3NSTANTS AND THE EVALUATION OF EFFECTIVE PAIR POTENTIALS. BY
MOUNTAINR.D. KNAUSSD.C. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON. D. C. CENTER FOR
THERMODYNAMICS AND MOLECULAR SCIENCE) P 109-12.

PHYS. LETT. A VOL 77, NO. 2,3 (MAY 1980)
49. EVIDENCE FOR RESISTIVITY IN MONTE CARLO STUDIES OF THE TWO-DIMENSIONAL SUPERCONDUCTORS.
BY KAWABATAC. (OKAYAMA UNIV., JAPAN. COMPUTER CENTER) P 181-2.
50. ENHANCED NUCLEAR COOLING AND SPIN-LATTICE RELAXATION TIME IN TMVO(4). BY SUZUKI,H.
INOUE,T. HIGASHINOY. OHTSUKA,T. (TOHOKU UNIV., SENDAI, JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 185-8,
51. NON-ISING-LIKE EFFECTS IN THE LIQUID-VAPOR TRANSITION SINGULARITY IN THE COEXISTENCE
CURVE DIAMETER. BY VAUSEC. SAKJ. (PENNSYLVANIA UNIV., PHILADELPHIA. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 191-5.
52. MAGNETIC PHASE TRANSITION 3F ANHYDROUS CUCL(2). BY BILLEREY,0. TERRIERC. (NANCY-I
UNIV., FRANCE. LAB. DE THERMOMAGNETISME) P 196-7.

SCIENCE VOL 208, NO. 4448 (JUN 1980)
53. PUBLIC DOUBTS ABOUT SCIENCE. (EDITORIAL). BY HANDLER,P. (NATIONAL ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES, WASHINGTON, 0. C.) P 1093.
54. RISKS OF RISK DECISIONS. 3Y STARRC. WHIPPLE,C. (ELECTRIC POWER RESEARCH INST., PALO
ALTO, CALIF. ENERGY STUDY CENTER) P 1114-9.

SCIENCE VOL 208, NO. 4449 (JUN 1980)
55. ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY IN HOMOGENEOUS CATALYSIS. BY PARSHALLG.W. (DU PONT DE
NEMOURS (E.I.) INC., WILMINGTON, DEL. CENTRAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OEPT.)
P 1221-4.
56. PROBLEMS WITH ULTRAMINIATURIZED TRANSISTORS. BY ROBINSONA.L. P 1246-9.

SCIENCE VOL 208, NO. 4450 (JUN 1980)
57. ENERGY FROM BIOMASS. EDITORIALL). BY ABELSON,P.H. P 1325.
58. EXPERT AND NOVICE PERFORMANCE IN SOLVING PHYSICS PROBLEMS. BY LARKINJ. MCDERMOTT,J.
SIMOND.P. SIMON,H.A. (CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIV., PITTSBURGH, PA. PSYCHOLOGY DEPT.)
P 1335-42.
59. TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT, SOVIET STYLE. BY GUSTAFSON,T. (HARVARD UNIV., CAMBRIDGE, MASS.)
P 1343-8.
60. ENERGY FORECASTS SINKING TO NEW LOWS. BY MARSHALL. P 1353-441356.

PROC. R. SOC. LONDON SER. A VOL 370, NO. 1742 (MAR 1980)
61. PROPERTIES OF HOVO(4) BELOW 1 K. I. PREDICTIONS FROM NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE. BY
BLEANEY,B. (OXFOR3 UNIV., ENGLAND. CLARENDON LAB.) P 313-30.

Z. PHYS. B VOL 37, NO. 4 (1983)
62. TUNNELING WITHIN THE MK RANGE FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF CRYSTAL FIELD EFFECTS IN
SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY NIKSC-eM. HOENIG,H.E. (FRANKFURT UNIV., GERMANY. PHYSIKALISCHES
INST.) P 281-8.

JPN. J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 19, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
63. NOISE PERFORMANCE OF 1.3 MUM INGAASP AVALANCHE PHOTODIODE AT -190 DEGREES C. (LETTER TO
THE EDITOR). BY TAKANASHIY. HORIKOSHI,Y. (NIPPON TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE PJBLI:
CORP., TOKYO, JAPAN. MUSASHINO ELECTRICAL COMMUNICATION LAB.) P L163-6.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 29, NO. 12 (JUN 1979)--(TRANSL. OF PISMA ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 29, NO. 12, JUN 1979)
64. NONLINEAR ELECTRIC EFFECTS AT SUPERCONDUCTOR-NORMAL METAL CONTACTS. BY GUDANKOVV.N.
MARGOLINN.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF RADTO ENGINEERING AND
ELECTRONICS) P 673-6.
65. TRACING OF THE FIRST-ORDER PHASE TRANSITION IN A LAYERED PBL(2) SEMICONDUCTOR 3Y T-E
METHOD OF EXCITON SPECTROSCOPY. BY BLONSKII,I.V. GU3ANOVV.A. MIZRUKHINL.V.
TISCHENKOV.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. INST OF PHYSICS)
P 680-2.
66. TRANSMISSION OF SHORT, STRONG THERMAL PULSES THROUGH LIQUID HELIUM. BY IZNANKIN.A.YU.
MEZHOV-DEGLIN,L.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF SOLID STATE
PHYSICS) P 693-6.
67. PHASE SEPARATION OF A HOMOGENEOUS SUPERCONDUCTOR IN A UHF RADIATION FIELD. BY
DMITRIEVV.M. KHRISTENKO,E.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 697-9.
68. THE POSSIBILITY OF INCREASING DIAMAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY OF PYROCARBON. BY 9RANDTN.aB
KOTOSONOV,A.S. KUVSHINNIK3V,S.V. SEMENOV,M.V. (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR) P 720-2.






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JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 3C, NO. I (JUL 1979)--(TRANSL. OF PISMA ZH. EKS'. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 30, NO. 1, JUL 19T9)
69. TWO-ROTON BOUND STATE IN HELIUM II, BY BLAGOVESHCHENSKII,N.M. DOKUKIN,E.9.
KOZLOVZH.A. PARFENOV,V.A. P 12-4.
70. EXPERIMENTAL DETECTION OF CRYSTALLIZATION WAVES IN HE(4). BY KESHISHEVK.O.
PARSHIN,A.YA. BABKIN.A.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF T4E USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS
PROBLEMS) P 56-9.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 33, NO. 2 (JUL 1979)--(TRANSL. OF PISMA ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 30, NO. 2, JUL 1979)
71. EFFECT OF MAGNETIC FIELD 04 T4E PLASTIC DEFORMATION ON ALUMINUM AT 4.2 K. BY
GOSTISHCHEVtV.I. GLINIKR.A. PETROVSKIIM.L. KHAZOV.V.N. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
BELORUSSIAN SSR, MINSK. INST. OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS AND SEMICONDUCTORS) P 92-6.
72. QUASILINE EMISSION SOLID NEON FOR TRANSITIONS BETWEEN EXCITED STATES. BY BELOVA.G.
SVISHC-EV,V.N. FUGOLI.YA. YURTAEVA,E.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR,
KHARKO~ PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 114-7.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 3., NO. 3 (AUG 1979)--(TRANSL. OF PISMA ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 30, NO. 3, AUG 1979)
73. OBSERVATION OF FINE STRUCTJRE IN THE PARAMAGNETIC EFFECT IN ;UPERCONDUCTORS OF THE FIRST
KIND BY FROLOVV.A. KAN,YA.S. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 151-4.
74. INSTABILITY OF HOMOGENEOUS PRECESSION OF MAGNETIZATION IN THE SUPERFLUID A PHASE OF
HE(3). BY FDNINI.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF THEORETICAL
PHYSICS) P 164-6.
75. GEOMETRICAL RESONANCE IN AN INTERMEDIATE STATE OF SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY LEDENEVO.P.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHAPKOV. 'HYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 17J-3.
76. THE ANOMALOUS HALL FACTOR IN ELECTRON INVERSION CHANNELS IN SERMANIUM. BY DON,K.Z.
NEIZVESTNIII.G. OVSYUKV.N. RZHANOVYU.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR,
NOVOSIBIRSK. INST. OF SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS) P 174-6.

OOKL. AKAO. NAUK SSSR SER. FIZ. VOL 250, NO. 6 (1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
77. ON THE EQUILIBRIUM IN THE SYSTEM FREE CARRIERS FREE EXCITONS ELECTRON-HOLE O3OPES
IN GE AT 4.2 K. BY MANENKOVA.A. MILLIAEV,V.A. SANINAV.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PiYSICS) P 1371-4.

FIZ. TVERD. TELA (RUSS. ED.) VOL 22, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
78. ON MICROSCOPIC MECHANISM 0C LOW-TEMPERATURE PHASE TRANSITIONS IN PROUSTITE ANO
PYRARGYRITE. BY KRUSHELNITSKAYAT.D. (LVOV POLYTECHNIC INST., UKRAINIAN SSR)
P 1046-51.
79. INTERNAL FRICTION, CHARGED DISLOCATIONS AND PLASTIC PROPERTIES OF NAF CA(*Z) SINGLE
CRYSTALS IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 235 TO 4.2 K. BY VOINOVAO.A. KARDASHEV,B J.
NIKANOROV,S.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, LENINGRAD. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.)
P 1058-65.
80. THERMOSTIMULATED LUMINESCENCE OF MG3 SINGLE CRYSTALS IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 4.2 TO 600
K. BY KLYARNERT.N. MALYSiEVAA.F. MAAROOSA.A. MYURKV.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE ESTONIAN SSR, TARTU. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 1178-83.
81. LOW TEMPERATURE SPECIFIC HEAT OF FE(I-X)CO(X)SI SOLID SOLUTIONS, BY KALISHEVI3H,G.I.
ROMASHEVA,L.F. SYCHEVN.I. GELD,P.V. (S.M. KIROV POLYTECHNIC INST., SVERDLOVSK, USSR)
P 1242-4.
82. SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES 3F NIOBIUM FILMS SUBJECTED TO ION BEAM SPUTTERING. BY
KRAVCHENKOV.V. MARKUSA.I. KRIVOBOKV.V. ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. I4ST. OF LOW TEMPERATURE ENGINEERING PHYSICS) P 1247-8.

ZH. TEKH. FIZ. VOL 50, NO. 3 (MAR 1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
83. PYROELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF CDS MONOCRYSTALS IN TEMPERATURE RANGE OF 6-300 K. BY
GAVRILOVAN.D. KOBYAKOVI.3. NOVIKtV.K. SOLODUKHIN.A.V. (ALL-UNION ENGINEERING
PHYSICS AND RADIDENGINEERING MEASUREMENT RESEARCH INST., MENOELEEVO, USSR) P 531-3.
84. INFLUENCE OF BUBBLE BOILING OF HELIUM ON LOW-FREQUENCY NOISES OF SUPERCONDUCTING POINT
CONTACTS. BY KOVALENKO,A.S. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, AKADEMGOROOOK.
TERRESTRIAL MAGNETISM IONOSPHERE AND RAOIOWAVE PROPAGATION) P 637-8.

VESTN. NOSK. UNIV. KHIN. (RUSS. ED.) VOL 21, NO. 2 (MAR-APR 1980)
85. THE STATISTICAL THEORY OF EQUATION OF STATE FOR GAS WITH CHEMICAL INTERACTIONS. BY
PRYAKHINA.N. (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR. DEPT. OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY) P 152-5.

DOKL. AKAO. NAUK B SSR VOL 24, NO. 3 (1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
86. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF ZINC SELENIDE OVER THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 4.2 TO 300 K. BY
SIROTAN.N. PETROVAZ.K. SOKOLOVSKYT.D. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE BELORUSSIAN SSR,
MINSK. INST. OF SOLID STATE AND SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS) P 214-7.






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87. CRITICAL CURRENTS IN LONG SUPERCONDUCTING FILMS IN MICROWAVE ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD'.
(LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY ERUtI.I. KASHCHEI.V.A. SULIMA,V.S. ACADEMYY nF SCIENCES
OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHAP
APPL. SURF. SCI. VOL 4, NO. 3-4 (APR 19BC)
88. ESCA CHARACTERIZATION OF THE OXIDE TUNNELING BARRIERS IN NIOBIUM BASED SUPERCONDUCTIVE
TUNNEL JUNCTIONS, BY KARULKAR,P.C. NORDMANJ.E. (WISCONSIN UNIV.. MADISON) P 2Z2-9C.

J. RAMAN SPECTROSC. VOL 9, NO. 1 (FEB 198')
89. RAMAN SPECTRA 3F TRANSVERSE AND LONGITUDINAL MODES AT 293 K AN3 83 K AND INFRARED
REFLECTION SPECTRA AT 293 K OF A MONOCRYSTAL OF LITHIUM PHOSPHITE, LIH(2)PO(3). 3Y
BEYSL. HILLAIREP. CADENE,M. (MONTPELLIER-2 UNIV., FRANCE. SPECTROSCOPIE LAB. 1)
P 5-13.

OPT. COMMUN. VOL 32, NO. 3 (MAR :980)
90. MEASUREMENT OF THE GROUP REFRACTIVE INDICES OF SEVERAL LIOUICS. BY MC3ONALD,0.9.
RICES.A. (CHICAGO UNIV., ILL. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 416-8.

J. PHYS. CHEM. VOL 84, NO. 10 (MAY 1390)
91. SPIN-LATTICE RELAXATION IN THE ALKALINE EARTH HEXAAMMINES. 9Y MOBLEYM.J.
GLAUNSINGERW.S. MARZKER.F. (ARIZONA STATE UNIV.. TEMPE. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY AN!
PHYSICS) P 1129-34.
92. DYNAMICS OF ELECTRON LOCALIZATION. BY WALKE0,D.C. (S9ITISM COLUMBIA UNIV., VANCOUVER.
DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 1140-4.
93. STRUCTURAL STUDIES OF METAL-AMMONIA COMPLEXES. BY GLAUNSINGER,W.S. (ARIZONA 3TATE
UNIV., TEMPE. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 1163-7.
94. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF 3A(NH(3))(6). (SR(NH(3))(6). AND BA(NH(3))(6). BY MOBLEY,M.J.
GLAUNSINGER,W.S. THOMPSONJ.C. (ARIZONA STATE UNIV., TEMPE. CEPT. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 1168-71.
95. ULTRAhIGH-PRESSURE STUDIES OF NH(3). BY HANSONR.C. JOROAN.M. (ARIZONA STATE UNIV.,
TEMPE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1173-5.
96. ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE STUDY OF METAL-AMMONIA COMPOUNDS. BY ROBB,F.Y.
GLAUNSINGERW.S. (ARIZONA STATE UNIV., TEMPE. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 1176.
97. EXCESS ELECTRON MOBILITY I ETHANE. DENSITY, TEMPERATURE, AND ELECTRIC FIELD EFFECTS.
BY DOELDISSEN,W. SCHMIOT,W.F. BAKALE,G. (HAHN-V~FITTER-INST. FUER KERNFORSCHUNG BERLIN
G.M.B.H., GERMANY. BEREIC4 STRAHLENCHEMIE) P 1179-86.
98. ARE THERE HOT CARRIERS IN LIQJIO AR, KR, AND XE. 9Y ASZARELLI,G. (PURDUE UNIV., WEST
LAFAYETTE, IND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1193-6.
99. CURRENT PROBLEMS IN THE LOCALIZATION AND SOLVATION OF EXCESS ELECTRONS IN GLASSES. BY
KEVANL. (WAYNE STATE UNIV., DETROIT, MICH. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 1232-40.
100. DECAY KINETICS OF EXCESS ELECTRONS IN CRYSTALLINE ICE. BY WARMANJ.M. DE HAAS,M.P.
VERBERNE,J.B. (INTERUNIVERSITAIR REACTOR INST., DELFT, NETHERLANDS) P 1240-8.
101. MECHANISM OF FORMATION OF VISIBLE-ABSORBING EXCESS ELECTRONS IN CDYSTALLINE ICE NEAR 273
K. BY GILLIS,H.A. TEATHEZ,G.G. ROSSC.K. (NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA,
OTTAWA, ONTARIO. DIV. OF PHYSICS) P 124n-52.
102. ELECTROCHEMICAL AND PHOTOE.ECTrOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF EXCESS ELECTRONS IN LIQUID AMMONIA.
BY BARD,A.J. ITAYAK. MA.PAS.R.E. TEHERANI,T. (TEXAS UNIV., AUSTIN. DEPT. OF
CHEMISTRY P 1262-6.
1C3. DO EXCESS ELECTRONS MIGRATE FROM TRAP TO TRAP IN LOW TEMPERATURE MOLECULAR GLASSES. SOME
ENERGETIC AND KINETIC CONSIDERATIONS. BY RICES.A. LEEDSS UNIV., ENGLAND. COOKRIDGE
HIGH ENERGY RADIATION RESEARCH CENTRE) P 128 -6.

CAN. J. CHEM. VOL 58, NO. 3 (FEB 1980)
104. VISCOSITY OF BINARY SOLUTIONS OF POLAR LIQUIDS. BY STAIRSR.A. (TRENT UNIV.,
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO. OEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 296-301.

CHEM. PHYS. LETT. VOL 70, 10. 3 (MAR 1980)
105. THE VISCOSITY OF ARGON AT VERY HIGH PRESSURE, UP TO THE MELTING LINE. BY
TRAPPENIERS,N.J. VAN DER ;ULIK,P.S. VAN DEN HOOFF,H. (AMSTERDAM UNIV., NETHERLANDS.
VAN DER WAALS LAB.) P 438-43.
106. HELIUM-XENON MIXTURES MONTE CARLO CALCULATIONS. BY FIORESEG. PITTION-ROSSILLONG.
(COMMISSARIAT A L ENEOGIE ATOMIQUE, LIMEIL-VILLENEUVE, FRANCE. CENTRE 0 ETUDES
NUCLEAIRES) P 597-9.

CHEM. PHYS. LETT. VOL 71, NO. I (APR 1983)
107. PHOTOINDUCED ISOMERIZATION OF ANION RADICALS OF STILBENE AT 77 K. BY SAZHNIKOV,V.A.
RAKHMATOVM. ALFIMOVM.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, CHERNOGOLOVKA. INST. OF
CHEMICAL PHYSICS) P 33-7.

BER. BUNSENGES. PHYS. CHEM. VOL 84, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
108. ADSORPTION OF NITROGEN ON 3OLYCRYSTALLINE NICKEL FILMS BETWEEN 77 K ANI 333 K. BY
WEDLER,G. ALSHORACHIG. (ERLANGEN-NEURNBERG UNIV., ERLAN;EN, GERMANY. INST. FUER
PHYSIK UNO THEORETISCHE CHEMIE) P 277-80.






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INT. J. QUANTUM CHEM. VOL 17, NO. 4 (APR 198C)
109. THEORETICAL STUDY OF SOME VAN DER WAALS MOLECULES. BY KOLOSW. COPONGIU.G.
CLEMENTI,E. (WARSAW UNIV., POLAND. QUANTUM CHEMISTRY LAB.) P 775-98.

J. CHIM. PHYS. PHYS. CHIM. BIOL. VOL 77, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
110. USE OF LOW-TEMPERATURE ADSORPTION MICROCALORIMETRY (OF ARGON AND NIT3OSEN) TO FOLLOW THE
PORE CONSTRICTION IN ZIRCONIA GEL DURING HEATING, BY TORRALVOM.J. GRILLETY.
ROUQUEROLF. ROUQUEROL,J. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, MARSEILLE,
FRANCE. CENTRE DE THERMODYNAHIQUE ET MIC'OCALORIMETRIE) p 125-30.

PHYS. CHEM. LIQ. VOL 9, NO. 2 (1983)
111. HARD AND SOFT-CORE EQUATIONS OF STATE FOR SIMPLE FLUIDS. VII. TERMINATION TEMPERATURES
FOR THE KIHARA POTENTIAL. BY STEPHENSONJ. LEUNGH.K. (ALBERTA UNIV., EDMONTON.
INST. OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 175.

J. LUMIN. VOL 21, NO. 2 (JAN-AOR 1980)
112. ACTIVE NITROGEN INDUCED CHEMILUMINESCENCE OF AROMATIC GUESTS DISPERSED IN BENZENE
POLYCRYSTALLINE HOSTS AT 77 K. BY OEVOLOER,P. (LILLE-1 UNIV., VILLENEUVE-0 ASCQ,
FRANCE. PHYSICOCHIMIE ETATS EXCITES AND RADIOCAUX LIBRES LAB.) P 177-82.

ZH. FIZ. KHIM. (RUSS. ED.) VOL 53, NO. 12 (DEC 1979)
113. ISOSTABLE STATES IN THE SUPER;RITICAL REGION. (130-150 K). BY SEMENCHENKO,V.K.
IVASHCHENKO,E.G. P 3063-5.

ZH. FIZ. KHIM. (RUSS. EO.) VOL 54, O0. 3 (MAR 198C)
114. ON THE ABILITY OF THE BWR EQUATION TO DESCRIBE THE THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF GAS
MIXTURES. BY MUKHACHEV,G.A. VALEISHIN,F.G. (KAZANSKII AVIATION INST., USSR) P 770-2.

J. ELECTROANAL. CHEM. INTERFA:IAL ELECTROCHEM. VOL 108, NO. 2 (MAR 1980)
115. MEASUREMENTS OF ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY IN SOLID BROMINE AND IODINE. BY RUBINSTEINI.
GILEADI,E. (TEL AVIV UNIV., RAMAT-AVIV, ISRAEL) P 191-2-2.

J. NON-EQUILIB. THERMOOYN. VOL 5, NO. 2 (1980)
116. NON-EQUILIBRIUM THERMODYNAMICS OF SIMPLE MIXTURES. BY BREE,J. (HERIOT-WATT UNIV.,
EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND. DEPT. OF MATHEMATICS) P 73-90.


SECTION II. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

CRYOGENICS VOL 2C, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
117. SPACE APPLICATIONS OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY INSTRUMENTATION FOR GRAVITATIONAL AND RELATED
STUDIES. BY PETERSONR.L. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO.
ELECTROMAGNETIC TECHNOLOGY DIV.) P 299-336.
118. VOLTAGE CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS OF TYPE III SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY DOROFEJEV.G.L.
IMENITOV,A.B. KLIMENKOE.YU. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
ATOMIC ENERGY) P 307-12.
119. PROPERTIES OF CUSN BRONZE AT 4.2 K. BY COGANS.F. ROSE,R.M. (MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF
TECH., CAMBRIDGE, MASS. DEPT. OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING) P 313-5.
120. HEAT TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS OF EXFOLIATED VERMICULITE FOR CRYOGENIC INSULATION. BY
NAITI,C.R. (INDIAN INST. 3F TECH., KHARAGPUR. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING CENTRE) P 316-8.
121. DEFINITIONS OF TERMS FOR PRACTICAL SUPERCONDUCTORS 4. JOSEPhSON PHENOMENA. BY
FICKETT,F.R. KAPLANS.B. POWELL,R.L. ET AL (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER,
COLO. THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES DIV.) P 319-25.
122. FLUX JUMPS IN INTERNALLY COOLED COMPOSITE SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY MINTS,R.G.
RAKHMANOV,A.L. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF HIGH TEMPERATURES)
P 326-8.
123. SUPERCONDUCTING DC SQUID I4TERFEROMETER IN MAGNETIC FIELD. BY ZHARKOVG.F. ZAIKINA.D.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 329-35.
124. WELDING OF COPPER AND STAINLESS STEEL FOR CRYOGENIC AND VACUUM SYSTEMS. BY MENDOLIA,J.
MAUNEAU,A. INSTITUTET NATIONAL DES SCIENCES APPLIQUEES, RENNES, FRANCE) P 336.
125. A UNIVERSAL HYDROGEN AND DEUTERIUM LIQUEFIER. BY AGABABYANK.SH. MINA,R.T. (EREVAN
STATE UNIV., USSR. PHYSICS INST.) P 337-9.
126. A CRYOSTAT FOR MEDICAL IMAGINE BY A SUPERHEATED, SUPERCONDUCTING GAMMA RAY DETECTOR. BY
BEHAR,J. HUEBER0D. JACOU3,R. ET AL (PARIS UNIV., ORSAY, FRANCE. GROUP DE PHYSIQUE
DES SOLIDES) P 341-4.
127. A PULSED DIPOLE MAGNET MADE FROM A HOLLOW COMPOSITE SUPERCONDUCTOR WITH A CIRCULATORY
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM. BY AGAPOV,N.N. DYACHKOV,E.I. KHOOZHIBAGIYAN,H.G. ET AL (JOINT
INST. FOR NUCLEAR RESEARCH, DJBNA, USSR. HIGH ENERGY LAB.) P 345-8.

CRYOG. ENG. (TOKYO) VOL 15, NO. 2 (1980) (IN JAPANESE)
128. LIQUID HYDROGEN RESEARCH I1 THE SPACE DEVELOPMENT. PRESENT AND FUTJRE. BY SOGAME,E.
(NATIONAL SPACE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF JAPAN, TOKYO) P 84-96.






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CRYOG. ENG. (TOKYO) VOL 15, NO. 2 (1980) (IN JAPANESE) (CONT.)
129. PRESSURE DROP AND FILM BOILING HEAT TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS OF TWO PHASE HYDROGEN FLOW.
BY TAKAHASHIK. SAITO,T. YA4AGISHIMAtY. ET AL (KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD.,
KAKOGAWA, JAPAN. STEEL STRJCTJRc MFG. DIV.) P 97-11U.
130. MANUFACTURING OF LARGE SCALE MULTILAYER LH(2) TANK, BY OKAZAKI,0. (DAIDO OXYGEN CO.,
LTD., OSAKA, JAPAN. CHEMICAL MACHINERY ANO EQUIPMENT DEPT.) P 111-9.
131. EXPERIMENTS ON LIQUID HYDRD;EN TUR80PUMP FOR ROCKET ENGINE. BY TANATSUGU,N.
KURATANIK. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. INST. OF SPACE AND AERONAUTICAL SCIENCE) P 123-7.
132. LIQUID HYDROGEN SAFETY HANDLING. BY HANAOA,T. (TEIKOKU SANSO K.K.. TOKYO, JAIAN.
DEPT. OF ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION) P 128-43.

CHEM. ENG. PROG. VOL 76, N). 5 (MAY 1980)
133. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING IN THE FEDERAL BUDGET. BY HIGHTOWER.J.R. COWAN.A.M. HUBBARD,D.W.
ET AL (OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABS., TENN.) P 17-9+22-4.
134. MATERIAL PROPERTIES IN SI UNITSt PART 4. (SI VALUES FOR DRY ANO HUMID AIR, LIQUID WATER,
AND WATER VAPOR.). BY NELSONR. P 83-5.

CHEM. PROCESS. VOL 43, NO. 7 (JUN 198)
135. A MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR AIR SEPARATION PLANT. (BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS). (A BRIEF REPORT).
P 14.
136. A GAS FACILITY TO PRODUCE 200 TPD OF INDUSTRIAL GASES. (MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN). (A
BRIEF REPORT). P 14.
137. A SIXTH GAS PRODUCTION UNIT WILL BE ADDEO. (DEER PARK, TEXAS). (A BRIEF REPORT).
P 18.
138. A 3000 TPD OXYGEN FACILITY. (LAPORTE, TEXAS). ( A BRIEF REPORT). P 18.

CHEM. ENG. (N.Y.) VOL 87, NO. 10 (MAY 1982)
139. PREDICT PROPERTIES OF GAS MIXTURES. PART 8. BY WEBER,J.H. (NEBRASKA UNIV., LINCOLN)
P 151-60.

CHEM. ENG. (N.Y.) VOL 87, NO. 11 (JUN 1980)
140. THE SYNTHETIC-FUELS PROGRAM WILL STRAIN LABOR AND EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES. (A BRIEF REPORT).
P 30.
141. MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT FOR CONVERSION OF COAL. PART 1. COAL-BASED SYNFUELS. BY
DEUTSCH,D.J. KOHNP.M. P 35-6.
142. CALCULATING PROPERTIES OF CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS. (CALCULATOR PROGRAM). BY SANTIE.
MONDAYA S.P.A., ROME, ITALY) P 75-7.

IND. ENG. CHEM. PROD. RES. DEV. VOL 19, NO. 2 (JUN 1980)
143. CONCERNS ABOUT MEANTIME, (GUEST EDITORIAL). BY HAENSEL,V. (UOP INC., DES PLANES,
ILL.) P 131.
144. FISCHER-TROPSCH PROCESSES INVESTIGATED AT THE PITTSBURGH ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CENTER SINCE
1944. BY BAIRD,M.S. SCHEiL,R.R. HAYNESW.P. COBB,J.T.,JR. (ASHLAND OIL, INC.,
CATLETTSBURG, KY. PETROLEJM RESEARCH) P 175-91.

PROCESSING VOL 26, NO. 4 (4PR 1980)
145. TURBO COMPRESSORS IN PROCESSING. P 21+23+25.

PROCESS ENG. (APR 1980)
146. FILM COMPANY PRODUCES CHEMICALS FROM COAL. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 23.
147. GERMAN COAL GASIFICATION PLANT FOR POLAND. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 25.
148. NITROGEN PLANTS AIMED AT THE SMALL SCALE USER. (A BRIEF REPORT). 31.

REV. LATINOAM. ING. QUIM. aJIM. APL. VOL 9, NO. 2 (1979)
149. THERMODYNAMIC AVAILABILITY AN) ENTROPY CREATION IN THE SELECTION OF CHEMICAL PROCESS
TECHNOLOGIES. BY ROTSTEINE. STEPHANOPOULOS,G. (UNIVERSIDAD NATIONAL DEL SUR, B9HIA
BLANCA, ARGENTINA. CONICET) P 89-10u.

CERN (EUR. ORGAN. NUCL. RES.) COURIER VOL 20, NO. 4 (JUN 198J)
150. CERN/RUTHERFORD HOLOGRAPHY FOR BUBBLE CHAMBERS. BY LITTJ. P 154-5.

IND. RES. DEV. VOL 22, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
151. LETS TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT NDE HOW CAN WE USE IT. BY SMITHO.G. (TENNESSEE
TECHNOLOGICAL UNIV., COOKEVILLE. DEPT. OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND MECHANICS) P 154-7.

NUCL. INSTRUM. METHODS VOL 170, NO. 1-3 (MAR 1980)
152. A STUDY OF THE REPLACEMENT COLLISION PROBABILITY IN THE CASE OF CO IMPLANTED IN AL AT
4.2 K. BY ODEURS,J. PATTYN,H. VERBIEST,E. REINTSEMAS.R. (LOUVIAN UNIV., BELGIUM.
INST. FUER KERN- UND STRALINGSFYSIK) P 393-8.

TECH. MESS, ATM VOL 47, NO. 4 (APR 1980) (IN GERMAN)
153. GAS FLOW MEASUREMENT FOR CJSTODY TRANSFER WITH VORTEX METER AND PROGRAMMABLE
MICROCOMPUTER. BY HUTHLOF ,E. (BOPP UND REUTHER G.M.B.H., MANNHEIM, GERMANY)
P 125-30.






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IND. LAB. (ENGL. TRANSL.) JDL 45, NO. 9 (SEP 1979)--(TRANSL. OF ZAVOD. LAB. VOL 45, NO.
9* SEP 19791
154. LOW-TEMPERATURE SPECTROFLU3ROMETER ATTACHMENT. BY DANILIN,E.S. MALYUTINA,T.M. (STATE
SCIENTIFIC-RESEARCH AND PROJECT-PLANNING INST. OF THE RARE-METAL INDUSTRY, MOSCOW, USSR)
P 983-4.

IND. LAB. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 45, NO. 1C (OCT 1979)--(TRANSL. OF ZAVOD. LAB. VOL 45, NO.
10, OCT 1979)
155. LOW-TEMPERATURE VARIANT OF THE X-RAY CAMERA RKU-114M. (EXCHANGE OF EXPERIENCE). 3Y
PROKHVATILOVA.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 1123-5.

INO. LAB. (ENGL. TRANSL.) JOL 45, NO. 11 (NOV 1979)--(TRANSL. OF ZAV)3. LA9. VOL 45, NO.
11, NOV 1979)
156. DEVICES FOR MEASURING STRENGTH, STRAIN CHARACTERISTICS, AND MODULI OF ELASTICITY OF
SHEET MATERIALS AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY CHERNETSKII,V.K. MOKRII,N.I. TLTCHEV,V.YA.
ABUSHENKOV,I.D. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 1299-302.

IBM TECH. DISCLOSURE BULL. VOL 23, NO. 1 (JUN 1982)
157. SUBMICRON MASK ALIGNMENT BY COHERENT LIGHT SOURCES. BY HOP.S. TAN,T.Y. P 360-1.
158. DISTRIBUTION OF POWER SUPPLY IN JOSEPHSON TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS. BY TSUIF. P 383-6.
159. ELECTRON TUNNELING DEVICES USIN$ DIAMOND-LIKE AMORPHOUS CARBON AS A BARRIER. BY
ALESSANDRINIE.I. GAMBINO,R.J. TSUEI,C.C. VIGGIANO,J.M. P 387-92.
160. JOSEPHSON DEVISE PROCESSLNSo BY BRIGHT,A.A. PROTO,G.R. P 393.

METALL. TRANS. A VOL 11, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
161. STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF NB(3)SN PRODUCED BY THREE P/M TECHNIQUES. BY KAPOOR,3.
WRIGHT,R.N. (ALLIED CHEMICAL CORP., MORRISTOWN, N. J. DEVELOPMENT CENTER) P 685-92.
162. AN ADSORPTION STUDY OF HYDROGEN ON IRON AND ITS RELATION TO HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT. BY
RANSOM,Z.M. FICALORA,P.J. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.)
P 801-7.

TRANS. IRON STEEL INST. JP4. VOL 20, NO. 3 (1980)
163. TOUGHNESS OF HIGH MANGANESE-CHROMIUM AUSTENITIC STEEL AT LIQUID HELIUM TEMPERATURE. BY
YOSHIMURA,H. SHIMIZU,T. VADA,H. KITAJIMA,K. (NIPPON STEEL CORP., KITAKYUSHU,
FUKUOKA, JAPAN. TECHNICAL RESEARCH INST. OF YAWATA WORKS) P 187-91.

J. THERM. INSUL. VOL 3 (APR 198C)
164. CAUSE AND EFFECT OF SHRINK4AE IN UREA BASED FOAMS. BY TIMM,W. SMITH,P.M. (TIMM
(WILLIAM) AND ASSOCIATES, ARMONK, N. Y.) P 212-34.

STRENGTH MATER. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 11, NO. 10 (OCT 19791--(TRANSL. OF PROBL. DROCHN.
VOL 11, NO. 10, OCT 1979)
165. SELF-ARREST POTENTIAL OF RAPID CRACKS IN FERROSILICON AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY
FINKEL,V.M. KOROLEVA.P. SAVELEV,A.M. (TAMBOV INST. OF CHEMICAL MACHINERY
MANUFACTURE, USSR) P 1138-43.
166. CYCLIC CREEP AND LOW-CYCLE FATIGUE OF COPPER ALLOYS AT TEMPERATURES OF 23 AND -196
DEGREES C. BY STRIZHALO,V.A. ZINCHENKO,A.I. CHERNIAIA.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 0= THE
UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF STRENGTH PROBLEMS) P 1166-8.

MET. SSI. HEAT TREAT. MET. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 21, 40. 7-8 (JUL-AUG 1979)--(TRANSL. OF
METALLOVE%. TERM. OBRAB. MET. VOL 21, NO. 7-8, JUL-AUG 1979)
167. PROPERTIES OF STAINLESS STEEL AFTER RAPID LOW-TEMPERATURE DEFORMATION. BY IVANOV,N.A.
GALOVA.G. VASILEVA,A.G. (N.E. BAUMAN GRADUATE TECHNICAL SCHOOL, MOSCOW, USSR)
P 527-8.
168. RESISTANCE TO FRACTURE OF SOME STRUCTURAL MATERIALS AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY KOGUT,N.S.
(LVOV POLYTECHNIC INST., U 169. CREEP OF CRYOGENIC STEELS AND ALLOYS. BY DEMCHUKI.S. KRAKHMALEVV.I. LEBEDEV,O.V.
(POLYTECHNIC INST., LENINGRAO, USSR) P 547-53.
170. EFFECT OF NITROGEN AND CHRO3IJM ON THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF AUSTENITIC STEELS AT
-196 DEGREES C. BY BOGOLYJBSKII ,S.O. ULYANINE.A. MELNIKOVAN.M. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. BAROIN CENTRAL RESEARCH INST. OF FERROUS METALLURGY)
P 572-5.

WELD. PROD. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 26, NO. 6 (JUN 1979)--(TRANSL. OF SVAR. PROIZVOD. VOL
26, NO. 6, JUN 1979)
171. EXAMINATION OF REASONS FOR THE REDUCTION IN THE DEGREE OF WETTING OF ELECTROPLATED
COMPONENTS BY LOW TEMPERATURE SOLDERS. BY LASHKOS.V. ET AL P 10-2.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 993, NO. 5 (APR 1980)
172. THERMALLY INSULATING, FLUI)-TIGHT COMPOSITE WALLy PREFABRICATED ELEMENTS FOR
CONSTRUCTING THE SAME AND METHOD OF CONSTRUCTING SAID WALL. BY KOTCHARIAN,M.
(TECHNIGAZ, PARIS, FRANCE) PATENT NO. 4,199,959.






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U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 933, N3. 5 (APR 1980) (CONT.)
173. METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CONTINUOUSLY FREEZING AND MELTING A FLUID MIXTURE. BY
CARTERL.D. CLARKS.W. PATENT NO. 4,199,961.
174. HYDRIDE HEAT PUMP. BY SIR3VICHB.E. (STANDARD OIL CO. OF INDIANA, CHICAGO, ILL.)
PATENT NO. 4,230,i44.
175. SUPERCONDUCTOR COVERED WIT4 REINFORCED ALUMINUM MATRIX. BY NOHURA,H. KOYAMA,K.
TERAOK. (AGENCY OF INDUSTRIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, TOKYO, JAPAN) PATENT NO.
4,200,767.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 934, NO. 1 (MAY 198:)
176. DISPENSING SYSTEM EMPLOYING LIQUID CRYOGEN. BY ANDERA,J.F. EISENBERGR.C.
(FRIGITRONICS OF CONNECTICJT, INC., SHELTON) PATENT NO. 4,21,3319.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 994, NO. 2 (MAY 198C)
177. CAUTERIZING PROBES FOR CRYOSURGERY. BY VAN GERVEN,H. (ERBE ELEKTROMEDIZIN K.;.,
TUEBINGEN, GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,202,336.
178. GAS RELIEF VALVE DESIGN FOR LOW TEMPERATURE. BY VIRAVEC,J.T. HOYT,M.A. (SECRETARY OF
THE AIR FORCE, WASHINGTON, 3. 3.) PATENT NO. 4,202,369.
179. FLOATING PLANT FOR OFFSHORE LIQUEFACTION. TEMPORARY STORAGE AND LOADING OF LNG. BY
KVAMSOAL,R. (MOSS ROSENBER; VERFT A/S, NORWAY) PATENT NO. 4,232,648.
180. AIR SEPARATION LIQUEFACTION PROCESS. BY HVIZDOSL.J. (AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS,
INC., ALLENTOWN, PA.) PATENT NO. 4,2; 2,678.
181. SUPERCONDUCTING ARTICLES OF MANUFACTURE AND METHOD OF PRODUCING SAME. BY NEWKIRK,L.R.
VALENCIAF.A. (DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, WASHINGTON, 0. C.) PATENT NO. 4,202,931.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 994, NO. 3 (MAY 1981)
182. APPARATUS FOR METERING SMALL AMOUNTS OF A LOW BOILING LIQUEFIED GAS. BY DINGLINGE,G.
(MESSER GRIESHEIM G.M.B.H., FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,203,299.
183. OXYGEN PRODUCTION BY PARAMAGNETIC REMOVAL OF MAGNETIZED OXYGEN FROM LIQUID AIR. BY
VASEENV.A. VESPERR ALBERT VASEEN, WHEAT RIDGE, COLO.) PATENT NO. 4,203,740.
184. SEPARATE FEED ENTRY TO SEPARATOR-CONTACTOR IN GAS SEPARATION. BY 3ELLINGER,R.M.
GRAYM.L. (PHILLIPS PETROLEUM CO., BARTLESVILLE, OKLA.) PATENT NO. 4,233,741,
185. PROCESS FOR THE RECOVERY OF ETHANE AND HEAVIER HYDROCARBON COMPONENTS FROM MET4ANE-RICS
GASES, BY AGNIHOTRItC.S. (STONE AND WEBSTER ENGINEERING CORP., BOSTON, MASS.) PATENT
NO. 4,203,742.
186. COOLANT LOOP FOR THE ROTOR OF A TURBOGENERATOR WITH A SUPERCONDUCTIVE EXCITER WINDING.
BY FRITZ,W. WEGHAUPT,E. (KRAFTWERK UNION A.G., MUELIEIM AN DER RUHR, GERMANY) PATENT
NO. 4,204,134.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 934, NO. 4 (MAY 1980)
187. LNG PUMP ANTI-SLAM DEVICE. BY TORNAY.E.G. (ENERGY TRANSPORTATION GROUP, INC., NEW
YORK, N. Y.) PATENT NO. 4,204,813.
188. PROCESS FOR ORTHO-PARA-HYD OGEN CONVERSION. BY INOKUCHIH. MURANOK. KAWAZURAH.
KOBAYASHI,T. JAPANN SYNTHETIC RUBBER CO., LTD., TOKYO) PATENT NO. 4,205,056.


SECTION III. ENERGY AND MISCELLANEOUS

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 22 (JUN 1980)
189. PASSAGE SEEN FOR COMPLETED U.S. SYNFUELS BILL. P 62+64.
190. BETTER LNG PLANT TRAINING, FEDERAL LICENSE URGED, P 67.
191. SHELL SEES GOOD POTENTIAL FOR ENHANCED RECOVERY. BY VIELVOYER. P 112+117.

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 23 (JUN 1980)
192. SOVIETS PIN BIG ENERGY HOPES ON NATURAL GAS. P 21-6.
193. GROWING COAL-BASED SYNFUEL PROJECTS WORRY EPA, P 44-5.

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 24 (JUN 1983)
194. THE SYNTHETIC FUELS CIRCLE. (EDITORIAL). BY WETTT. (PETROCHEMICAL/GAS PROCESSING
EDITOR) P 23.
195. CANADAS NEW GOVERNMENT ASSUMES KEY ENERGY ROLE. P 27-32.
196. ALTERNATE FUELS. SYNFUELS '-JTJRE HINGES ON CAPTIAL. COOPERATION. BY WETT,T.
(PETROCHEMICAL/GAS PROCESSING EDITOR) P 55-61.
197. ALTERNATE FUELS. SNG PLANT DUE IN 83. BY WETTT. (PETROCHEMICAL/SAS PROCESSING EDITOR)
P 62+65-6+68.
198. ALTERNATE FUELS. METHANOL-FROM-COAL USES PROVEN STEPS. BY SUPPE. BIERBACH,H. (LJRGI
KOHLE UND MINERALOLTECHNIK G.M.B.H., FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY) P 73-4+76+81.
199. ALTERNATE FUELS. LCFFC PROCESS BOOSTS HYDROGEN EFFICIENCY. BY SCHINJLER,H.D. SZE,M.C.
LONGR.H. UNGER,H. (LUMMJS CO., BLOOMFIELD, N. J. ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT CENTER)
P 88-9+92.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 23 (MAY 1980)
200. REPORT TOUTS EXPANDED USE 3F COAL. P 6.
201. COMPOSITE MEMBRANE KEY TO GAS SEPARATORS. P 57-8+60.







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CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 21 (MAY 1980)
202. COMET OUST TRAP DEVISE. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 23.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 22 (JUN 1980)
203. EXXON PLANS DUTCH COAL GASIFICATION PILOT UNIT. P 6.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 23 (JUN 1980)
2C4. CONGRESS RENEWS HELIUM CONSERVATION. BY ANDER'ONE. P 11-2.
205. FACTS AND FIGURES FOR THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY. (SPECIAL REPORT). P 33-95.

WORLD OIL VOL 190, NO. 7 (JUN 1980)
206. PRODUCTION FROM EOR PROJECTS WILL INCREASE RAPTILY IN THE 8S. BY KATZ,M.L. (ARCO OIL
AND GAS CO., DALLAS, TEX. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT) P 159-64.
207. COMMERCIALLY PRODUCING OIL SHALE IN SITU IS THE ANSWER. BY SASS,A. (OCCIDENTAL
RESEARCH CORP., IRVINE, CALIF.) P 165-9.

MAR. TECHNOL. SOC. J. VOL 14, NO. 1 (FEB-MAR 1980)
208. OCEAN THERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT. BY RICHARDS,W.E. VAJUSJ.R.
(DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, WASHINGTON, D. C. DIV. OCEAN ENERGY SYSTEMS) P 3-15.

J. ENG. POWER VOL 102, NO. 2 (APR 198;)
209. UTILIZATION OF THE COLD BY LN; VAPORIZATION WITH CLOSED-CYCLE GAS TURBINE. BY KREYG.
(GUTEHOFFNUNGSHUETTE STERKRADE A.G., OBERHAUSEN, GERMANY. INST. FUE' GASTURBINEN)
P 225-33.

CHEM. TECH. (LEIPZIG) VOL 32, 4O. 4 (APR 1980) (IN GERMAN)
210. UNDERGROUND STORAGE OF GASEOUS AND LIQUID PRODUCTS. 3. THE STORAGE OF TOWN GAS, NATURAL
GAS AND LIQUEFIED GAS IN UNDERGOUND STORAGE. BY KUNZE,P. SUSKE,S. (VEB
MINERALOLVERBUNOLERTUNG SCHIEDT, EAST GERMANY) P 174-6.

J. PET. TECHNOL. VOL 32, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
211. POTENTIAL NEW SOURCES OF NATURAL GAS. BY SCHRIDERL.A. WISE,R.L. (DEPARTMENT OF
ENERGY, WASHINGTON, 0. C.) P 703-16.

SOC. PET. ENG. J. VOL 23, ;0. 2 (APR 1980)
212. DISCUSSION OF CRITICAL POINT AND SATURATION PRESSURE CALCULATIONS FOR MULTICOMPONENT
SYSTEMS. BY PENG,D.-Y. R3BINSON,D.8. (ALBERTA UNIV., EDMONTON) P 75-6.

COMBUSTION VOL 51, NO. 10 (APR 1980)
213. COAL SCIENCE BASIC RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES. BY GORBATY,M.L. HRISHT,F.J. LYON,R.K.
ET AL P 12-8.

J. ENERGY VOL 4, NO. 2 (MAI-APR 1980)
214. MULTIANGULAR ABSORPTION DIAGNOSTICS OF A TURBULENT ARGON-METHANE JET. BY EMMERMANP.J.
GOULARDR. SANTOROR.J. SEMERJIAN,H.G. (GEOP3E WASHINGTON UNIV., WASHINGTON, 0. C.
DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) P 73-7.

ENERGY J. VOL 1, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
215. AMERICAS ENERGY CHOICES. 3Y S:HURR,S.H. (ELECTRIC POWER RESEARCH INST., PALO ALT",
CALIF. ENERGY STUDY CENTER) P 1-9.
216. THE ENERGY CRISIS AND MACROECONOMIC POLICY. BY NORDHAUS,W.D. (YALE UNIV., NEW HANEN,
CONN. DEPT. OF ECONOMICS) P 11-9.
217. ENERGY POLICY AN ECONOMISTS CONFESSIONS. BY SCHLESINGERJ.R. P 21-8.
218. THE U.S. OUTLOOK FOR SUPPLEMENTAL GAS. BY TUSSINGA.R. (TUSSING (&RLON R.) AND
ASSOCIATES, INC., SEATTLE, WASH.) P 63-75.
219. COAL POLICY AND ENERGY ECONOMICS. 3Y GORDON,R.L. (PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV., UNIV-=SITY
PARK. OEPT. OF MINERAL ECONOMICS) P 77-86.
220. COAL LIQUEFACTION. BY HIL.,G.R. (UTAH UNIV., SALT LAKE CITY. DEPT. OF ENVIROTEC1)
P 87-104.
221. COMMENTS COAL LIQUEFACTION. BY SWABBL.E.,JR. (EXXON RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING :3.,
FLORHAM PARK, N. J.) P 105-6.
222. BIOMASS ENERGY ECONOMICS. BY 3ENEMANN,J.R. (ECOENERGETICS, INC., RIC4MONO, CALIF.)
P 107-31.

ENERGY INT. VOL 17, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
223. EPRI COMMITS $50M TO COAL ;AS PROJECT. P 9.
224. RISKS DOMINATE COUNTER ARGUMENT TO ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS. BY GREENHALGH,G. P 17-8+20-1.

ENERGY INT. VOL 17, NO. 6 (JUI 1983)
225. COMMENT TIME TO LOOK AT THE CLOSED CYCLE. P 3.
226. MEXICO SPURS GEOTHERMAL DEVELOPMENT. BY JEFFS,E. P 25-6.
227. ENERGY PROFILE OF MEXICO. BY JEFFS,E. P 29-33+33-4.
228. INDIA PREPARES FOR NEW ENERGY PLAN. BY GHASWALAS.K. P 40.








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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


illlll3 12 3ill 502
3 1262 08520 3502


SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE

Chemistry 55, 85, 102. 18ti

Crystal structure and Lattice Properties
9, 11. 13, 20, 24, ??, 32, 35, 50, 65, 70,
71, '8. '9. 68 91, 92. 93. 99, 100, 119, 15?

Fluid Properties and Structure
14, is, 16. 23, 35. 36, 3'. 38, 39. 40, 41,
J'. 4., 46, 49. 51, 70. 12. 84, 85. 90, 95,
97. 9P. 101, 1i,:. 104. 105, 1i6, 109, 110,
111. 11%, i 4 i, il6, 13 139, 14. 212

Magnetri Properries ,nd Mjterial
, ?6., 39. '. 1 6 1. '3, 3 76
rljst..auer Effect and esonrances 61, 7?, 96

Optical Propertie;
3. '3, 3 41, 13, 4. V1 63. ', 80. 89,
90, 101, if)'. 112

Polrrers 16.4

Semicon .Jul.ors
i 2, 2'. 24. '6. 28. 56. t3, E.5. '6. '7. 103


PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY


Sorption 37, 44, 108, 110, 162, 214

Superconductors
4, 5, 7, 12, 17, 18, 19, 28, 29, 30, 31,
32, 33, 34, 49, 6:, 64, 67, 73, 75, 82,
84, 87, 88, 117, 118, 121, 122. 123, 126,
127, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 175, 181, 186

Superfluidity 10, 66, 69, 74

Thermal Properties of Solids 81

Thermodynamics, Statistical Ph jiic, and
Transport Processes
8. 15, 16, 31, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40. 42,
45, 46, 48, 50, 51, 66, 70, 85, 97, 98,
104, 105. 106, 109, 111, 113, 114, 116, 149

Transport Properties of Solias
1 6, 9, 21, 26, 49. 83, 86, 94, 115

Other 8, 53, 54, 57. 58, 59, 60


SECTION 11 A1ND III CRIOGENIC ENGINEERING AND ENERGY

Aerospace Safej 54, 1j', 190, '24 LNG and Methane
133, 136, 137. 144, 153, 179, 185, 187,
Crjoiiol.:.,j i" 189 thru 204, 209, 210, 211, 212. 213,
218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223
Energy


$4, 55. 57. 60. 13 3, 14i0. 141, 144 146. 147,
149, 1i9 tr.ru 228

Liqulpnr.t ar.d De -iceL
17, 2 2 569. 1 3,3 127, 145, 157. 15 1 9,
160I I'i, 181.l, leP

ras Separainon. iL qiefacton, arnd
PrOduc ion
i25. 135, 136. 138n, 146, 48. 149. i'9,
180. 1ic3. I1S-, 1S5, l8. ?01

HPat iand faldi Trir,.fer
31. 66, 1 .4 1':,, 12 1' 3 1, 'Ii6. .14

MH aro e 1 z i:w, i30, 0i il:'. 16. 1.48

Ir. ulat ir. 120. 1 30, I.4. I


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Metallurg, and Mechanical Properties
30, 32, 33, 71, ;9. 119. 1?1. 124, 140,
141, 151, 156, 157. 161. 162, 163, 165,
166, 167, 168, 169, 170. 17i, 172, 175,
181, 201

Metrology and Instrumentation
31, 32, 110. 121, 126, 150. 153, 154.
155, 182

Propulsion and Space Appi cations
I I ', 121 131, 21:12

Refrigeration 50, 125, 1,?7, 173. 186, 209

Storage and Handling
130, 131, 132. 145, 1;2, 176, 178, 182. 210

Vacuum TechnologI 130

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