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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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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SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS ANO rHE'TSTRY

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 44, NO. 25 (JUN 1980)
1. COMPRESSION OF POLYMER-COATE' LASER-FUSION TARGETS TO TEN TIME LIQUTD Jr JENSI'Y. qy
AUERBACHJ.H. MEAD,W.C. CAMPBELL,E.M. E" AL (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LIVERMORE. LAIdRNCC
LIVERMORE LAB.) P 1672-5.
2. COMPACT TORUS CONFIGURATION GENERATED BY A ROTATING MAGNETIC FIELD THE QOTAMAK. BY
HUGRASSW.N. JONESI.R. MCKENNA,K.F. ET AL NATIONALL BUREAU OF STANM3ADS,
WASHINGTON, D. C.I P 1676-.
3. LIFSHITZ POINT IN MNP. BY B ECFPA,C.C. SHAPTRAY. OLIVEIRA,I.F.,JR. CHANG,T.S. (SAO
PAULO UNIV., BRAZIL. INST. OE FISICA) P 1692-5.
4. OBSERVATION OF SOLID (I)HE ORDERING AT MEL'ING PRESSURES IN HIGH MAGNETIC FIELDS. BY
GOOFRIN,H. FROSSaTIiG. GREENBERGA.S. E" AL (CENTRE NATIONAL OE LA RECHER:Hr
SCIENTIFIQUE, GPENOBLE, FRANCE. CENTRE DE DECHEoCHES SUR LES TRES BASSES TEMPFRAT'JUS)
P 1695-9.
5. SOLID (3)HE MAGNETIC PHASE DIAGRAM FROM STATIC MAGNETIZATTON MEASUUEMH -S. SY
PREWITT,T.C. GOODKINDJ.M. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., SAN DIEGO, LA JOLLA) P 1699-70?.
6. CLASSICAL THEORY OF THE MAGNETORESISTANCe ANn HALL COEFFICIENT OF NORMA--SUPERCON~U;TING
COMPOSITES. BY STROUD,0. (OHTO STATE UNIV., COLUM9US. OEPT. OF PHYSICS P 1739-t11

PHYS. REV. A VOL 21, NO. 6 (JUN 1960)
7. NON-ISING-LIKE EFFECTS IN THE LIQUIO-VAPOR TPANSITTON EQUATIONS OF STATE. BY VAUSF,C.
SAK.J. (PENNSYLVANIA UNIV., PHILADELPHIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICSi P 2099-114.

PHYS. REV. B VOL 21, NO. 10 (MAY 19801
8. LATTICE DYNAMICS OF SUBSTITUTIONAL (119IHSN IN SILICON, GERMANIUM, AND ALOHA-TIN. BY
PETERSEN.J.W. NIELSEN,O.H. WFYER,G. 'T AL (AARHUS UNIV., DENMA9K. INST. OF P4f;TCS)
P 4292-305.
9. LOW-FIELD HALL COEFFICIENT IN CILUTE COPPER-HYDROGEN ALLOYS AN) IN QUENCHED CD3PER. BY
LENGELER,B. PAPASTATKOUDIS,C. (KERNFOQSCHUNGSANLAGE JUELIGH G.M.q.H., ,ERMANY. INST.
FUER FESTKOERPERFORSCHUNGI P 4368-72.
10. ULTRASONIC ATTENUATION AND VELOCITY STUDIED' OF AMORPHOUS PDSICU AT LOW TEMPERATURES. 3Y
ARAKI,H. PARKvG. HIKATAA. ELBAUMNC. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. DEP". OF PHYSICS)
P 4470-7.
11. SCANNING-ELECTRON-MICROSCCPE TECHNIQUE FOR MEASURING ELECTRICAL CON3UCTIVITY -
APPLICATION TO TETRATHIAFULVALENE-TETRACYANOOUINODIMETHANE. BY LONG,J.'. SLICHTE~RC.P.
(CORNELL UNIV., ITHACA, N. Y.t P 4521-41.
12. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE SOFT X-RAY EFISSTON EDGES OF SIMPLE PETALS. BY TAGLEJ.A.
ARAKAWA qE.T. CALLCOTT,T.A. (UNIVERSIDAr AUTONOMY, MADRID, SPaIN. DEPT. OF FISICA
FUNDAMENTAL) P 4552-7.
13. THEORY OF THE QUANTUM DIFFUSION OF PARAHYDOcGEN IMPURITIES IN SOLID ORT4OHYOROGEN. BY
VAN KRANENDONK,J. (TORONTO UNIV., ONTARIO. DrPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4571-94.
14. MAGNETO-OPTICS OF IS EXCITONS IN COTE MULTTCOMPONENT POLARIT3NS SMITH 'S NERALIZE3
SPATIAL-DISPERSION EFFECTS. BY DREYPRODTW. CHO.K. SUGAS. ET AL (9REMEN UNIV..
GERMANY. FACHBEREICH PHYSIK) P 4692-6.
15. RAMAN SCATTERING IN GRAPHITE-LTTHIUM IN'ERCALATION COMPOUNDS. BY EKLUNDP.C.
DRESSELHAUS,G. DRESSELHAUS,M.S. FISCHEP,J.E. (KENTUCKY UNIV., LFXINGTON. DEPT. Or
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 4705-9.
16. TIME-RESOLVED PHOTOLUMTNESCENCE TN A-AS(2)_(3). BY SHAHJ. (BELL LABS., HOLMDEL, N.
J.) P 4751-6.
17. AC CONDUCTIVITY OF TUNGSTEN PHOSPHATE GLASSES. BY MANSINGHA. TANOON,I.P, VAID,J.K.
(OELHI UNIV., INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS) P 4829-79.
18. NEUTRON SCATTERING STUDIES OF (CN)(-) DEFECTS TN KBR. BY ROWEJ.M. RU3H,J.J.
SHAPIROS.H. ET AL (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASFlNGTON, 0 C. Ma'IOMAL
MEASUREMENT LAB.) P 4863-8.
19. TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF LIAL. BY KURIYAMA,K. TOKYO, JAPAN. COLL. OF ENGINEERING) P 4867-8., :S
20. BULK EXCITONS IN SOLD NEON THEORY. BY RESCA', RESTA.R. P, UNIV., ITALY.
ISTITUTO DI FISICA) P 4889-91. a,
21. COMMENT ON BULK EXCITONS IN SOLID NEON EXPE NT BY SALE, CHE.?. (DEUTSCHES
ELEKTRONEN-SYNCHROTRON DESY, HAMBURG, GEOMAN A qRPSYNC4R Tp STRAHLUNGSLAB39
HASYLAB) P 4892-4. I Ir

J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 72, NO. 11 (JUN 1980) %.. / ..
22. RAMAN SPECTRA OF LIQUID N-ALKANES. II. LONGITUDOIAAl -ACOUSTIC -MDEZ AND TfHE GAUCHE-TRANS
ENERGY DIFFERENCE. BY SCHERERJ.R. SNYDER,O.G. W. EPWR HT AGRICULTURE, BERKELEY,
CALIF. WESTERN REGIONAL RESEARCH CENTER) P 5798-808. "6 _
23. THE TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE DIAMAGNE'rSM OF LIOUIDO -V- KUNZE,R.K.,JR. OA,E-.P.
(STATE UNIV. OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO, AMHER.T. DEPT. OF PHYSIC?) P 5809-14.
24. THE DUAL MELTING CURVES Ah METASTABILITY OF CAR90N TETRACHLORTDE. BY 9EAN,V.E.
NOOODSO. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, 0. C.) 0 5838-41.
25. INTERACTION OF MOLECULES WITH ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS. I. CLASSICAL PARTICLES AND FIELDS.
BY YANG,K.-H. HIRSCHFELDERJ.0. (WISCONSTN UNTV., MAOISON. THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY
INST.) P 5863-99.





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J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 72, NO. 11 (JUN 1980) (CON'.)
26. POLARIZABILITY CALCULATIONS WITH THE SCF METHOD. III. ETHYLENE, BUTADIEN AN3
HEXATRIENE. BY ZAMANI-KHAMIRT,0. MCINTYR ,E.F. HAMEKA,H.F. (PENNSYLVANIA UNIV.,
PHILADELPHIA. DEPT. OF CHEMIcTQY) P '306-8.
27. ROTATIONAL TUNNELING IN METHANE (CO(4)) ISOTOPE EFFECT. BY RFS'eW. PRAGER,M.
HEIDEMANN,A. (KERNFORSCHUNGSANLAGE JUELTCH G.M.B.H., GERMANY. INST. FJER
FESTKOEPPERFORSCHUNG) P 5924-6.
26. TUNNEL SPLITTING IN SOLID CO(m) ESTIMATED FPOM HEAT CAPACITY DATA. BY IHITTC,.A.
MORRISON,J.A. (OXFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAd.) P 592'-9.
29. NPI SPECTROSCOPY OF EXPANSION-COOLED AMMONTA STRUCTURE AND DYNATMCS AT 50 K. BY
GLOWNIAJ.H. RILEY,S.J. COLSONtS.OD NIEMAN,G.C. (YALE UNIV., NEW HAVEN, CONN.
STERLING CHEMISTRY LAB.) P 5998-6004.
30. HEXADECAPOLAR U-BRANCH TRANSITIONS IN THE INFRARED FUNDAMENTAL BAND OF GASEOUS HYRODGEN
AT 77 K. BY REDDY,S.P. SEN,A. PRASAOR.P.G. (MEMORIAL UNIV. OF NEWFOUNDLAND, ST.
JOHNS, CANADA) P 6102-6.
31. N(2)*N(2) INTERACTION POTENTIAL FROM AB INITIO CALCULATIONS, WTTH APPLICATION TO THE
STRUCTURE OF (N(2))(2). BY BERNSR.M. VAN DER AVOIRO,A. (NIJMEGFN UNIV., NETHERLANOS.
INST. OF THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY) P 6107-16.
32. A RANDOM NETWORK MODEL CALCULATION OF THE FREF ENERGY OF LIQUID WATER. 3Y SCEATSo.G.
RICES.A. (ROCHESTER UNIV., N. Y. OEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 6183-91.
33. ELECTRON THERHALIZATION IN GASES. II. NEON, ARGON, KRYPTON AND XENON. 9Y MOZUMDER,A.
(NOTRE DAME UNIV., IND. RADIATION LAB.) P 6289-98.

J. RES. NAT. BUR. STAND. VOL 85, NO. 1 (JAN-FEB 1910)
34. A PRACTICAL TEST OF THE AIR DENSITY EQUATION IN STANDARDS LABORATORIES AT OTFFEPIN;
ALTITUDE. BY SCHOONOVER,R.M. OAVISR.S. OPIVER,R.G. ROWERV.E. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF
STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, 0. C. NATIONAL MEASUREMENT LAB.) P 27-38.

SCIENCE VOL 208, NO. 4451 (JUN 1980)
35. RESOURCES, POPULATION, ENVIRONMENT AN OVERSUPPLY OF FALSE BAI NEWS. 9Y SIMONJ.L.
(ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA. DEPT. OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) P 1431-7.

SCIENCE VOL 209, NO. 4452 (JUL 1980) (SCIENCE CENTENNIAL, 3 JULY 1880 TO 4 JULY 19iO)
36. FRONTIERS IN CHEMISTRY. BY JOYCE,R.M. (EnTTOD) P 89-95.
37. PHYSICS BY BROMLEY,0.A. (YALE UNIV., NEW HAVEN, CONN. A.W. WRIGHT NUCLEAR STQPJ: UP
LAB.) P 110-21.
36. ENGINEERING ENTERS NEW CYCLE OF DEVELOPMENT ANO DEFINITION. BY ROGERS,9.C. (STEVENS
INST. OF TECH., HOBOKEN, N. J.) P 127-32.
39. INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH IN AMERICA CHALLENGE OF A NEW SYNTHESIS. BY OAVI)E.E.EJR.
(EXXON RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING CO., INC., FLORHAM PARK, No J.) P 133-9.
48. A GLOBAL AND LONG-RANGE PICTURE OF ENERGY DEVELOPMENTS. BY HAEFELF,W. INTERNATIONALL
INST. FOR APPLIED SYSTEMS ANALYSIS, LAXENBURG-VIENNA, AUSTRIA) P 174-82.

PHYSICAL (UTRECHT) A VOL 101, NO. I (APR 19W)
41. VARIATION OF THE LOCAL FIELD THROUGH THE LIQUID-VAPOUP INTERFACE. BY CASTLE,P.J.
LEKNERtJ. (VICTORIA UNIV., WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 99-111.
42. MOLECULAR DYNAMICAL CALCULATIONS OF THE TRANSPORT PROPERTIES 0O A SQUARE-WELL FLUI3. I.
THE VISCOSITY BELOW CRITICAL DENSTTY. BY MICHELSJ.P.J. TRAP'ENIERSN.J. (AMSTERDAM
UNIV., NETHERLANDS. VAN DER WAALS LAB.) P 156-66.
43. CHAPMAN-ENSKOG DEVELOPMENT OF THE MULTIVARIATE MASTER EQUATION. BY VAN DEN BQOECK,C.
HOUARODJ. NALEK MANSOURP. (VRIJE UNIV. "RUSSELS, BELGIUM. "EPT. OF NATUURKUNDE)
P 167-84.


J. PHYS. C VOL 13. NO. 13 (MAY
44. SPIN REORIENTATION TRANSITIONS
PRELORENDJOtL.A. JOHNSON,C.E.
OLIVER LODGE LAB.) P 2567-78.


1980)
IN DYFEOM(3 INDUCED BY MAGNETIC FIELDS. (35 K). BY
THOMAS,N.F. WANKLYNt,.M. LIVERPOOLL UNTV., ENGL4A4.


J. PHYS. 0 VOL 13, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
45. FLUX JUMPS AND TRAINING IN SUPERCONDUCTING COMPOSITES. 9Y MINTS,R.G.
SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF HIGH TEMPERATURES) P 947-51.


(ACADHEY OF


J. PHYS. F VOL 10o NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
4b. NUCLEAR ACOUSTIC RESONANCE IN WHITE TIN. (4.? K). (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY
STROEBEL,8. LAEUGERK. BOEMMEL,H.E. (KONS'ANZ UNIV., GERMANY. FAKUL'AET FUER *HYSTK)
P Lit7-80.
47. LON-TEMPERATURE LATTICE SPECIFIC HEATS OF AN AMORPHOUS PDOSI ALLOY SUBJECTED TO VARIOUS
HEAT TREATMENTS. BY MIZUTANIU. MASSALSKIT.B. (NAGOYA UNIV., JAPAN. OEPT. OF
CRYSTALLIC MATERIAL SCIENCE) P 1093-11i3.
48. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND THE FERMI SURFACE OF TC. BY ASOKAMANI,R. TYAKUTTTK.
(PERARIGNAR ANNA UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY, MADRAS, INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1157-66.
49. ULTRASONIC VELOCITY IN THE MIXED STATE OF V-42 AT PERCENT TI. BY MISSELLF.P.
SALEM-SUGUIS.eJR. (SAO PAULO UNIV., BRAZIL. INST. DE FISICA) P 1213-22.





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J. PHYS. F VOL 10, NO. 6 (JUN 1980) (CONT.)
50. THE INFLUENCE OF MAGNETIC ROVEPING ON THE rSIS$TTVITY OF POQN ALLOYS. BY SEN3USSIS.
HAMZICA. CAMPBELLI.A. (PARIS UNTV., ORSAY, FIANCE. LAB. DE PHYSIQU! DES SOLIDS)
P 1223-9.

Z. PHYS. B VOL 38, NO. 1 (1980)
51. SPECIFIC HEAT OF THE SUPERCONDUCTING HIGH PRESSURE PHASE GA II. BY EICiLER,A. B3-4,-.
GEY,W. (TECHNISCHE UNIV. BPUNSWICK, GE"MANY. INST. FUER TECH4ISCHE PHYSIK) P 21-6.
52. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND RESISTANCE BEHAVIOUR OF SIGMA-PHASE ALLOYS NB-RH AND TA-RH qy
KHANH.R. LUEOERS,K. RAUB,CH.J. ROTH,G. (FORSCHUNGINSTITUT FUER EDEMETALLE UN)
METALLCHEMIE, SCHWAEBISCH GMUJND, GERMANY) P 27-34.
53. SUPERCONDUCTING AMORPHOUS AL-CU FILMS OF HIGH STABILITY. BY LAMBPECHT,A. LEITZpl.
HASSE,J. (KARLSRUHE UNIV., GERMANY. PHYSIKALTSCHES TNS.e) P 35-42.
54. EFFECT OF ELASTIC STRAIN AND STRESS ON THE SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION TEDoPRATURE 3F
QUENCH-CONDENSED FILMS. EY MUELLER,W.H.-G. (KAOLSRUHE UNIV., GERMANY. OHYSIKALISCHES
INST.) P 49-58.
55. ENHANCEO SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN ZIRCONIUM AFTER H(l) IMPLANTATION. BY STOITZKEo,8.
MEYERJ.D. (KERNFORSCHUNGSANLAGE JUELICH G.M.B.H., GERMANY. INST. FUER
FESTKOERPERFORSCHUNG) P 77-82.
56. EFFECTIVE PHONON SPECTRUM AND LATTICE SPECIFIC HEAT OF SUPERCONDUCTING AMORPHOUS
THALLIUM FILMS. BY WUEHLH. COMBERGA. EWERT,S. (KERNFORSCHUNGSANLAGE JUELTCH
G.M.B.H., GERMANY. INST. FUER FESTKOERPERFORSCHUNG) o 83-8.
57. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY AND SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF AMORPHOUS LA-AG ALLOYS. BY NAST,'.M.
SAMHER,K. VON MINNIGERODEG. (GOETTINGEN UNIV., GERMANY. PHYSIKALISCIES INST.) P 49.

PHILOS. TRANS. R. SOC. LONDON VOL 296, NO. 1425 (APR 1980)
58. THE BREAKDOWN OF SUPERFLUIDITY IN LIQUID (t)HE II. AN INVESTIGATION OF EXCITATION
EMISSION FROM NEGATIVE IOWS TRAVELLING AT EXTREME SUPERCRITICAL VELOCITIES. BY ENLIST.
MCCLINTOCK,P.V.E. BOWLEY,R.M. ALLUMOD.R. (LANCASTER UNIV., eNGLAND. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 581-95.

J. PHYS. SOC. JPN. VOL 48, NO. 3 (MAR 19801
59. MAGNETIZATION OF ANISOTROPIC SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY TAKANAKAK. NAGASHIMH,T. (TOH3 UNIV., SENOAI, JAPAN. DEPT. OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE) P 780-'.
60. EFFECTS OF FERMI SURFACE NESTING ON MAGNETIC INSTABILITY IN MAGNETIC SUOERCONDUCTORS.
BY MACHIDA,K. MATSUBARA,T. KYOTOO UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P '99-804.

C. R. HEBO. SEANCES ACAO. SCI. SER. B VOL 29C, NO. 13 (MAR 1960) (IN FRENCH)
61. A MODEL FOR EXCHANGE IN LIQUID HELIUM-3, BY CASTAINGB. (ECOLE NORMALE SUPERIEURE,
PARIS, FRANCE. GROUP DE PHYSIQUE DES SOLTDES) P 285-8.

KINAM VOL 1, NO. 4 (1979)
62. A METHOD FOR DEDUCING THE CRYSTAL STRUCTURE AND LATTICE CONSTANTS OF STHMLE METALS. BY
DALLACASAV. (PARMA UNIV., ITALY, ISTITUTO OI FISICA) P 421-32.
63. HARTRgE-FOCK THEORY OF CONDENSED MATTER AT ZERO TEMPERATURE. BY AGUILERA-NAVARRO, .C.
OE LLANO,M. PLASTINO,A. (INSTTTUTO DE FISICA TEORICA, SAO PAJLO, BRAZTL) P 441-508

ZH. EKSP. TEOR. FIZ. VOL 78, NO. 4 (APR 1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
64. PENETRATION OF A MAGNETIC FIELD INTO A THIN HOLLOW SUPERCONDUCTING CYLTNFRg. BY
ARUTUNIAN,R.M. ZHARKOVG.F. (ACADEMY OF ?CIrN:ES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
PHYSICS) P 1530-42.
65. KINETICS OF THE INTERACTION OF NONEQUILIBRIUM CHARGE CARRIERS IN GERMANIUM WITH
ALTERNATING AND STATIONARY MAGNETIC FIELDS AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY ZHIOKOVA.E.
POKROVSKII,Y.E. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. DF RADIO ENGINEE'TNG
AND ELECTRONICS) P 1589-96.

DOKL. AKAD. NAUK SSSR SER. TEKH. FIZ. VOL 251, NO. 2 (1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
66. MAGNETIZATION OF A SUPERCONDUCTING CYLINDER BY A TRANSVFRSF FT:Lr, BY ZENKEVICH,V.B.
ZHELTOVV.V. ROMANIUKA.S. (ACArEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF HIGH
TEMPERATURES) P 339-42.

FIZo MET. METALLOVED. VOL 49, NO. 4 (APR 1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
67. EXPITAXY. STRUCTURE AND SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES OF THIN NIDOIUM FTLMS ON, (0011
SURFACE OF FLUORINE FLOGOPITE. BY STEZENKO,A.N. GOLOVANEVYE.A. KRAVC4ENKOV.V.
FEDORENKO,A.I. (KHARKOV POLYTECHNIC INST., UKRAINIAN SSR) P p04-12.

PHILOS. NAG. A VOL 41, NO. 4 (APR 19801
68. LON TEMPERATURE RECOVERY CREEP OF A CU-SIO(21 ALLOY. (77 K). BY OKABE,N. MOCHIZUKL,T4
MORI,T. (TOKYO INST. OF TECH., JAPAN. DEP'. OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERINSI
P 615-8.

J. ACOUST. SOC. AM. VOL 67, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
69. CRYOGENIC ACOUSTIC MICROSCOPY. BY HEISERMAN,J. RUGAP,D. QUATE,C.F. (STANFORD UNI4.,
CALIF. EDWARD L. GINZTON LAB.) P 1629-37.




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MAGNETISM, PT. II, PPOC. INTERNATIONAL CONF. (MUNICH, GERMANY, SEP 3-7, 19'9), A. J.
FREEMAN, N. ZINN, G. M. KALVIUS AND E. FELnTKELLER, EDITORS. J. MAGN. MAGN. MATER. VOL
15-8, PT. 2 (JAN-MAR 1980)
70. BRILLOUIN-MANDELSTAM SCATTERING FROM THERMAL AND EXCITFO MAGNONS. BY
BOROVIK-ROMANOV,A.S. KREINES,N.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THF USSR, MOSCOW. INSf. Or
PHYSICS TECHNOLOGY) P 760-5.

FERROELECTRICITY, PROC, EUROPEAN MEETING, ,TH (PORTAROZ, YUGOS-AVIA, SEP 3-7, 1979), R.
BLINC, EDITOR, PT. 1. GORDON ANO BREACH SCIENCE PUBLISHERS, L1r., NEW Y'OK.
FERROELECTRTCS VOL 24, NO. 1-4 (1980)
71. LOW TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS OF SPONTANEOUS POLARIZATION IN FERROELECTRICS. BY
GONZALO,J.A. DELASHEPASC. VIEIPA,S. (UNIV=PSIDAO AUTONOMA OE MADRID, SPAIN. 3EPT.
DE OPT. AND ESTRUCTURA MATERIALS) P 101-6.
72. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF SOME FERROELECTRICS AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY HE'TNARTH,E.
(TECHNISCHE UNIV. DRESDEN, EAST GERMANY. SECTION PHYSTK) P 1?7-18.

J. CHEM. THERMODYN. VOL 12, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
73. THE VAPOUR PRESSURE OF F-NITROTOLUENE. BY AM9R3SF,O. GUNORYH.A. (NATIONAL PHYST"AL
LAB., TEDOINGTON, ENGLAND. OIV. OF CHEMICAL STANDARDS) P 559-61.
74. THE THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF BINARY MIXTURES CONTAINING AN OCTANE. II. EXCESS SI;IS
FUNCTIONS. BY MAIRS,T.E. SWINTON,F.L. (NEW UdIV. OF ULSTER, COLERAINE, N. IRELANO.
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES) P 575-80.
75. THE THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF BINARY MIXTURES CONTAINING AN OCTANE. III. EXCESS
ENTHALPIES AND EXCESS VOLUMES. BY HILL,P.J. MATRS.T.E. SWIN'ON,F.L. (NEW UNIV. OF
ULSTER, COLERAINE, N. IRELAND. SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES) P 581-7.
76. EXCESS ENTHALPIES AND EXCESS VOLUMES OF BROMOALKANE + CYCLOHEXKNE. RY "~ROJ.M.
GRACIA,M. GUTIERREZ LOSAC. (ZARAGOZA UNIV., SoAIN. DEPT. DE QUTMICA FISICA)
P 589-94.
77. THE PARTIAL MOLAR ENTHALPIES IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION OF SOME AMINO ACIDS WITH POLAR A43
NON-POLAR SIDE CHAINS. BY HUMPHREY,R.S. HEDWIG,G.R. WATSON,T.D. MALCOLM,G.N.
(MASSEY UNIV., PALMERSTON NORTH, NEW ZEALAND. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY, BIOC-EMISTPY, AM3
BIOPHYSICS) P 595-603.

SURF. SCI. VOL 94, NO. 1 (APR 1980)
78. THERMAL RESISTIVITY OF LAYERED (4)HE FILMS ON ZYX GRAPHITE BELOW 2 K. 3Y POLANCO,S.E.
BRETZ,M. (BELL TELEPHONE LASS., INC., ALLENTOWN, PA.) P 1-15.

COLLECT. CZECH. CHEM. CCMMUN. VOL 45, NO. 4 (APP 1980)
79. EQUATION OF STATE OF A LENNARD-JONES 12-6 PAIR-WISE ADDITIVE FLUID, BY 3YS,J.
MALIJEVSKY,A. (UNIVERSITY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY, PRAGUE, CZECHOSLOVAKIA. OEPT. 3F
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY) P 977-83.

INORG. MATER. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 15, NO. 9 (SEP 1979)--(TRANSL. OF IZV. AKAO. NAJK SSSR
NEORG. MATER. VOL 15, NO. 9 (SEP 1979)
80. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF GALLIUM NITRIDE AT 5-300 K.
BY KOSHCHENKO,V.I. DEMIDENKOA.F. SABANOVA,L.D. ET AL (MENOELEEV INST. FOR CHE1I:AL
TECHNOLOGY, MOSCOW, USSR) P 1329-30.


SECTION II. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

AICHE J. VOL 26, NO. 3 (MAY 1980)
st. A CORRESPONDING STATES EQUATION FOR SATURATED LIQUID DENSITIES. I. APPLICATIONS T3 LN;.
BY TEJA.A.S. (DELAWARE UNIV., NEWARK. DEPTH. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 337-41.
82. A CORRESPONDING STATES EQUATION FOR SATURATED LIQUID DENSITIES. II. APPLICATIONS TO THE
CALCULATION OF SWELLING FACTORS OF CO(2) CRUDE OIL SYSTEMS. BY TEJA,A.S.
SANDLERSS.I. (DELAWARE UhIV., NEWARK. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 341-5.
83. A CUBIC PERTURBED, HARD SPHERE EQUATION OF STATE FOR THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES ANO
VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM CALCULATIONS. BY ISHIKAWA,T. CHUNG,W.K. LU,B.C.-Y. (OTTAWA
UNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 372-8.
84. APPLICATION OF CORRESPONDING STATES PRINCIPLE FOR PREDICTION OF SELF-DTFFUSION
COEFFICIENTS IN LIQUIDS. BY RIAZI,M.R. DAUBEPTT.E. (PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV.,
UNIVERSITY PARK. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 386-90.
85. SOLVENT LOSSES IN GAS ABSORPTION. SOLUBILITY OF METHANOL IN COMPRESSED NATURAL AN)
SYNTHETIC GASES. BY LAZALOE-CRABTREE,H. BREEDVELDG.J.F. PRAUSNITZJ.M. (CALTFOR1IA
UNIV., BERKELEY. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 462-70.
86. PREDICTING TRANSPORT COEFFICIENTS OF LIQUIDS A UNIFIED APPROACH. BY CHHABRAR.P.
SRIOHART. UHLHERR,P.H.T. POTTER,O.E. (MONASH UNIV., CLAYTON, AUSTRALIA. DEPT. OF
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 522-5.

CHEM. ENG. PROG. VOL 76, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
87. MIXING IN HYDROGENATION PROCESSES. BY OLOSHUE,J.Y. (GENERAL SIGNAL CORP., ROCHESTE",
N. Ye MIXING EQUIPMENT CO.) P 60-4.





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CHEM. ENG. PROG. VOL 76, NO. 6 (JUN 19811 (CONT.)
88. PLANT-OESIGN COURSES NEED MOPE SOPHISTICATED INSTRUCTION. BY "ETERS,M.S.
TIMMERHAUSK.D. COLORADOO UNIV., O9ULDEO, OEOT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINE'RI'G) P 76-5.
89. PORTLAND MEETING TO CONSIDER SOURCEE UTILI7ATTON. BY STRANDOM.J. RAINIERR ENGINEERING,
SEATTLE, WASH.) P 83-94.

HYDROCARBON PROCESS. VOL 59, NO. 5 (MAY 198)
90. LG IMPORTS TO U.S. COULD DOUqLF BY 1991, IF 8AMINTSTRQTION WD'JLD PHaNG CURRENT P3L'CY.
P 19+21.
91. MEMBRANE PROCESSING FAVORS HYDROGEN PECOVEcY. SY HACIULAE.A. (MONSAN'O CO., ST.
LOUIS, MO.) P 115-8.
92. DATA BANK FOR SYNTHETIC FUELS. PORT 1. BASIC OATA NEEDrn FOR PCEDTCTTNG P OPERTIES Or
COAL-DERIVED FLUIDS. BY LTNC.T. BFUL',M.R. YOUNG,F.K. ET AL (OKLAHOMA UNIV.,
NORMAN.) P 229-33.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 24 (JUN 1980)
93. LIQUID AIR COMPLETES SALE TO RUROETT. (A IRIEF REPORT). P 8.
94. FOSTER WHEELER LOSES ALGERIAN LNG PLANT. (A BPIrF REPORT). P 8.
95. NBS FORMING NEW ENGINEERInG CENTER. (A 1RTEF REPOOT). P 23.
96. FERMILAB STARTS UP HELIUM LIQUEFIER UNIT. 28-9.

CHEM. WEEK VOL 126, NO. 26 (JUN 1980)
97. INDUSTRIAL GAS PRICES HEADING HIGHER. (A BRTCF RFPOR'T) P 37.

INT. J. REFRIG. VOL 3, NO. 3 (NAY 1980)
98. INVESTIGATIONS ON THE HEAT TRANSFER OF FOILING 9TNARY OEFRIGEPaN' MIXTUrES. eY
JUNGNICKEL,H. WASSILEWP. KPAUSW.E. (TECHNISCHE UNIV. DRES"EN, EAST GERMANY.
SEKTION ENERGIEUNWANOLUNG) P 129-33.

GAS AKTUELL NO. 19 (MAY 1980) (IN GEPHAN)
99. MODERN METHODS OF SUPPLYING LTOUID HELIUM, OY HEESCHENtG. P 13-7.

BASIC TWO FLOW MODELING IN REACTOR SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE, PROr. ELECTRIC POWER RESEARCH
INSTITUTE SPECIAL WORKSHOP. INT. J. MULTIPHASE FLOW VOL 6, NO. 1-2 (FEB-AOR 19p0)
IC9. CRITICAL TWO-PHASE FLOW. BY WALLIS,G.B. (DARTMOUTH COLL., HANOVER, N. 4. THAYEO
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING) P 97-112.

METROLOGIA VOL 16, NO. 2 (MAY 1980)
1C1. A NEW DETERMINATION OF THE HELIUM VAPCUR PRErSURE SCALES USING A CMN 9AGNETTC
THERMOMETER AND THE NPL-75 GAS THERMOMETER SCALE. BY RUSBYR.L. SWENSONC.A.
(NATIONAL PHYSICAL LAB., TEODINGTON, ENGLAND. DIV. OF QUANTUM METROLOGY) P 73-87.
102. TRIPLE POINTS OF ARGON ANC METHANE UTILIZATION OF SEALEO CELLS. (IN FRENCH). 3Y
BONHOUREvJ. PELLO0R. BUREAUU INTERNATIONAL DES POIOS ET MESURES, SFVR7S, FRANCE.
PAVILION DE BRETEUIL) P 95-9.

REV. SCI. INSTRUM. VOL 51, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
1C3. APPLICATION OF SINTERED DIAMOND TIPPED ULTRA HIGH PRESSURE APPARATUS TO CRYOGENIC
EXPERIMENTS. (APPLIFO TO SUPERCONDUCTIVITY). BY SUNDY,F.P. 3UNN,K.J. (GENERAL
ELECTRIC CO., SCHENECTADY, N. Y. CORPORATE RESEARCH AND'DEVELIPMENT) P '53-P.
1C4. OPTIMIZED LINEAR VARIABLE DIFFERENTIAL TRANSFORMER DISPLACEMENT TRANSOUCER eOR CR3IGENIC
USL BY SPONAGLEN.C. ATHERTOND.L. (QUEENS UNIV., KINGSTON, ONTARIO. OEPT. O0
PHYSICS) P 759-61.
105. HIGH PRESSURE AND LOW TEMPERATURE CELL FOR X-RAY DIFFUSE SCATT RING STUSTES. BY
MOUDDENA.H. GATEB3ISL. DENOYERF. LAMBERT,4. IPARIS UNIV., OSAY, FRANCE. LA9. DE
PHYSIQUE DES SOLIDES) P 836-41.
106. SOME PROPERTIES OF NUCLEPORE FILTERS. BY CHFNT.-P. DIPIRRO,94J. BHATTACHARYYA,3.
GASPARINTIF.M. (STATE UNIV. OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO, AMHERST. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AN)
ASTRONOMY) P 846-8.

J. VAC. SCI. TECHNOL. VOL 17, NO. 3 (MAY-JUN 1990)
107. INTERCOMPARISON OF VACUUM STANDARDS OF COUNTRIES WITHIN THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY IN TqF
RANGE 8X10(-5) TO 8X10(-2) PA. BY POULTER,K.F. CALCATELLIA. CHOUMOFrFP.S. ET AL
(NATIONAL PHYSICAL LAB., TEDDINGTCN, ENGLAND) P 679-87.
108* OQTGASSING RATE OF MULTILAYER INSULATION MATERIALS AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURE, BY
GLASSFORDOA.P.M. LIUC.K. (LOCKHEED MISSILES AND SPACE CO., PALO ALTO, CALIF.
RESEARCH LAB.) P 696-704.
109. HILLOCK GROWTH ON LEAD FILMS UPON CYCLING TO CRYOGENIC TEMPERATURES. BY FUC.Y. JAN
DUZERT. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., BERKELEY. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 752-4.

NUCL. INSTRUM. METHODS VOL 171, NO. 2 (APR 1980)
110. A HORIZONTAL DILUTION REFRIGERATOR WITH HIGH COOLING POWER FOR A SPIN FROZEN TARGET. BY
ISHIMOTOS. ISAGAWAS. MASAIKE,A. MORIMOTO,K. (NATIONAL LAB. FOt HIGH ENERGY
PHYSICS, IBARAKI, JAPAN) P 269-74.





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APPL. SPECTROSC. VOL 34, NO* 3 (MAY-JUN 19aC)
111. A NEWn MORE EFFICIENT' CONCUCTICN COOLING DEVICE FOR LOW TEMPER8TUR4 PHOS-HOPIMETRY. BY
WAROJ.L. WALDEN,G.L. BATEH, .P. WINEFOONE',J.O. (FLORIDA UNIV.., GATNESVILLE.
DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 348-50.

PROC. IEEE VOL 68, NO. 6 (JUN 19pO)
112. EFFICIENCY OF SECOND-HARMONIC GENERATION IN II-VI COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTORS AT 77 K. RY
MUKHOPAOHYAYD. DEYS. (JADAVPUR UNIV., CALCUTTA, INOIA. FP'T. OF ELE-TPON!CS A-3
TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING) P 746-7.

KUNSTST. GER. PLAST. VOL 70, NO. 3 (MAP 19PC)
113. PROPERTIES OF REINFORCED THERMOPLASTICS FOo LOW TEMPerATURE AP"LICATTO3. 9Y
KEUERLEBERR.H. (LNP CORP., 4ALVERN, PA.) P 157.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 995, NO. 1 (JUN 1980)
114. AXIAL MATRIX DEAR. BY SMALL. H.JR. (HONEYWELL INC., MINNEaPOLIS, MINV.) PATENT O0.
4,206,354.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 995, NO. 2 (JUN 198g)
115. CRYOGENIC SURGICAL APPARATUS AND METHOD. BY fURFNEC,P. (ACTUS, INC., CLODENCE, KV.)
PATENT NO. 4,206,609.
116. METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR TRANSPORTING COAL 4A A COAL/LIQUID CARSON TIOXI3E SLURRY. lY
SANTHANAM,C.J. (LITTLE (ARTHUR 0.), INC., CAMBRTOGE, MASS.) "ATENT NO. 4,206,613.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 995, NO. 3 (JUN 198)
117. DEVICE FOR HELIUM TRANSFER BETWEEN ROTATING AND NON-ROTATING M-=Q:S. 9Y
POUILLANGE,J.-P. (BROWN, BOVEPI AND CO., PADEN, SWITZERLAND) PATENT NO. 4,207,745.
118. CRYOPUMP. BY NCFARLINO.J. (UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORP., HARTF3RD, CONN.) PATENT :3.
4I207,716.
119. SYSTEM. TOOLING ANO METHOD OF CONSTRUCTION OF CRYOGENIC TANKS FOR LNG TAIKRS AND F3R
LNG STORAGE. BY GONDOUIN,M. PATENT NO. 4,2?17827.
120I CPYOSURGICAL PROBE, BY LLOYO,J.W. WILO,D.E. EVATT,H.R. PATENT NO. 4,207,897.
121. PROCESS OF AND SYSTEM FOR LIQUEFYING AIQ TO SEPARATE ITS COMPONENT. BY MAKAtATON.
SAHON. YOSHIMATSUS. OKARE,M. (HITACHI, LTD., TOKYO, JAPAN) PATENT NO. 4,298,199.
122. ELECTRICAL MACHINE WITH CRYOGENIC COOLING. BY POPOV,J.S. GOR3UNOV,G.S. SKACHKOVJJ.V.
BAORUKHIN,J.I. PATENT NO. 4,208,598.


SECTION III. ENERGY AND MISCELLANEOUS

PIPE LINE INO. VOL 52, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
123. NILL THE U.S. GO METRIC- BY BARIC,N.D. (ATLANTIC RICHFIELD Cn., LOS AN~'LES, CALI).)
P 36-8.

ENERGY INT. J. VOL 5, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
124. FEDERAL INCENTIVES FOR ENERGY DEVELOPMENT. BY 9CZDEKR.H. CONE,R.W. (DEPARTMENT 3F
ENERGY, WASHINGTON, D. C.) P 389-406.
125. EQUITABLE PERFORMANCE COMPARISON AND ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF ACTIVE AND PASSIVE SOLAR
ENERGY SYSTEMS, BY DREW,,.S. SELVAGER.B.G. (S-MATPIX ENTERPRISES LTI., RICHMOND,
BRITISH COLUMBIA. ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEMS ENSINEERINGI P 4C7-15.
126. THE BROOKHAVEN PROCESS OPTIMIZATION MODELS. BY PILATI,O.A. SPARROd,F.T. (BROOKHa FN
NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. V. NATIONAL CENTER FOR ANALYSIS OF ENERGY SYSTCMSI P 417-28.
127. FUNDAMENTAL.ASPECTS OF ENERGY CONSERVATION POLICY- BY VAN GOOL,W. (OAK RIDGE
ASSOCIATED UNIV., INC., TENN. INST. FOR ENERGY ANALYSIS) P 429-44.

FUTURIST VOL 14, NO. 3 (JUN 1900)
128. THE GOOD NEWS AND THE 9AD NEWS. OPTIMISM VS. PEcSIMTSM IN RECENT WRITING ABOUT THE
FUTURE, BY MARIENtM. (WORLD FUTURE SOCIETY, WASHTNGTON, 0. C.) P 3-9.
129. BACK TO BASICS. THE CONCRETE FCONCMY. 9Y DE JOUVENELt.. (CHATEAU 0 ANSERVILLE, OISF,
FRANCE) P 11-5.
131. THE SOFT ENERGY PATH. WHERE DOES IT REALLY LEAD. BY POSSIN,A.D. (COMMONWEALTH EDTSON
CO., CHICAGO, ILL.) P 57-63.









Chemistry 22, 24, 3

Crystal Structure and
5, 8, 10, 12, 18, 31,
71, 109

Fluid Properties and
1, 4, 5, 7, 13, 20, 2
28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 3
73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 7
85, 86, 92, 101, 102

Magnetic Properties a
3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 14, 23
70

Mossbauer Effect and

Optical Properties
14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 2

Polymers 11, 113


SUBJECT INDE( FOP CURRENT AWARENESS LIST NO. 707

SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY
16 Semiconductors 8, 65, 112

ILattice Properties Sorption 78, 85
54, 62, 67, 68, 69,
Superconductors
2, 6, 45, 46, 48, 49, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55,
Structure 56, 57, 59, 60, 64, 66, 67, 103, 117, 122
1, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27,
3, 34, 41, 42, 43, 61, Superfluidity 58
8, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84,
Thermal Properties of Solids
28, 47, 51, 56, 80
nd Materials
, 44, 50, 60, 64, 66, Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and
Transport Processes
1, 7, 13, 20, 21, 23, 25, 27, 28, 32, 41,
Resonances 46 42, 43, 61, 63, 79, 84, 86, 101, 110

Transport Properties of Solids
2, 29, 30 6. 11, 17, 19, 48, 50, 52, 57, 72, 78

Other 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40


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SECTION II AND III. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING AND ENERGY

Cryobiology 115, 120 LNG and Methane
81, 85, 87, 90, 92, 94, 116, 119
Energy
1, 2, 35, 40, 81, 82, 89, 90, 92, 116, 122 Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
thru 130 12, 54, 55, 62, 67, 68, 69, 105, 109, 113

Equipment and Devices Metrology and Instrumentation
2, 87, 112, 115, 117, 122 1, 11, 34, 69, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105,
107, 110, 11l1, 114
Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and
Production Refrigeration 98, 110
88, 91, 93, 94, 96, 97, 106, 121
Storage and Handling 99, 114, 116, 119
Heat and Mass Transfer
87, 98, 100, 116, 117 Vacuum Technology 107, 108, 109, 118

Hydrogen 13, 91 Other 35, 38, 39, 40, 88, 89, 95

Insulation 108
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