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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NBS
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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.
General Note:
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 39, NO. 1-2 (APR 1980)
1. VIBRATIONAL SPECIFIC HEAT ENHANCEMENT FROM FORCE-CONSTANT VARIATIONS IN AMORPHOUS
SOLIDS. BY MONTGOMERYC.G. (TOLEDO UNIV., OHIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY)
P 13-2C.
2. NUCLEAR SPIN RELAXATION AND QJ4SIPARTICLE EXCITATIONS IN SUPERCONDJCTING ALUMINUM-3D
ALLOYS. BY PARVIN.K. MACLAUGHLIN,D.E. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., RIVERSIDE. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 21-40.
3. CONTINUOUS VORTEX CUTTING IN TYPE II SUPERCONDUCTORS WITH LONGITUDINAL CURRENT. BY
BRANbDTE.H. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER METALLFORSCHUNG, STUTTGART, GERMANY. INST. FUER
PHYSIK) !.P_ 41-61.
4. SPIN-L'ATTICE MODELS FOR THE S3OID (3)HE MAGNET. BY CANNING,F.X. GUYERR.A.
(MASSACHUSETTS UNIV., AMHERST. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 63-78.
5. ANISOTROPIC GAP DISTORTION DUE TO SUPERFLOW AND THE DEPAIRING CRITICAL CURRENT IN
SUPERFLUID (3)HE-B. BY VOLLHARDT,D. MAKI,K. SCHOPOHLN. (UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN
CALIF RNIA, LOS ANGELES. DEPT OF PHYSICS) P 79-92.
6. THE KAPITZA CONDUCTANCE AND ITS ENHANCED POWER ANOMALY FOR CLEAN SILVER TO HELIUM-FOUR
INTERFACES AT TEMPERATURES BETWEEN 1 AND 2 K. BY BISHOPJ.C. VAN DER SLUIJSJ.C.A.
(UNIVERSITY COLL. OF NORTH WALES, BANGOR. SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL AND MOLECULAR SCIENCES)
P 93-112.
7. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF THCR ALLOYS PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS TO 20 KBAR. BY HUBERJ.G.
BULMANJ.B. JOHNSONW.B. (TJ=TS UNIV., MEOFORD, MASS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 113-8.
8. HEAT TRANSFER BETWEEN SAPPHIRE AND LEAD. BY NITSCHE,F. SCHUMANNB. (TECHNISCHE UNIV.
DRESDEN, EAST GERMANY. SECTION PHYSIK) P 119-30.
9. VACANCY-INDUCED TRANSITIONS IN rCP (3)HE. BY CHADDAH,P. (ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 131-6.
10. DYNAMIC PHASE-SLIP CENTERS AND THE RESISTIVE STATE OF A STRONG-NONEQUILIBRIUM
SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY IVLEVS3.I. KOPNINN.B. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW.
INST. FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 137-5G.
11. EFFECTS OF (4)HE IMPURITIES ON (3)HE NUCLEAR SPIN-LATTICE RELAXATION IN HCP SOLID (3)AE.
BY MAE;AWA,S. MIZUSAKI,T. HIRAYOS-I,Y. ET AL f(YOTO UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 151-71.
12. FLUX-LINE-CUTTING THRESHOLD IN TYPE II SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY CLEMJ.R. YEHS. (AMES
LAB., IOWA) P 173-89.
13. MODEL FORMALISM OF LIQUID (3)IE-B AT EQUILIBRIUM. BY GOLDSTEIN,L. GOLDSTEINJ.C. (LOS
ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. MEX.) P 191-215.
14. SPIN-GLASS WITH A SEMICONDUCTOR AS HOST, BY ABRIKOSOVA,A.A (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
USSR, MOSCOW. INST. FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 217-29.

SOV. J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. (ENGL. TRANSL.I VOL 5, NO. 9 (SEP 1979)--(TRANSL. OF FIZ. NIZK.
TEMP. VOL 5, NO. 9, SEP 1979)
15. NUCLEAR SPIN WAVES IN MAGNETICALLY ORDERED MATERIALS. BY TULIN,V.A. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 455-69.
16. THE POSSIBILITY OF STUDYING T4E SPECTRUM OF SHORT-WAVE SURFACE EXCITATIONS OF LIQUID
HELIUM USING NONLINEAR CURRENT-VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE TWO-DIMENSIONAL ELECTRON
GAS. BY MONARKHAYU.P. (ACAJ3MY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 47L-4.
17. VIBRATIONS OF A CHARGED LIQUID HELIUM SURFACE. BY WILLIAMS,F. SAIKINV.B. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 475-6.
18. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF SUPERCONDUCTORS AT THE LIFSHITZ ELECTRONIC TRANSITION. BY
PALISTRANT,M.E. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE MHLDAVIAN SSR, KISHINEV. INST. OF APPLIED
PHYSICS) P 477-9.
19. QUANTUM RESISTANCE OSCILLATIONS OF BI(1-X)SB(X) ALLOY FILMS AT 4.2-300 K TEMPERATURES*
BY BUK4SHTAB,E.I. ASSE.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 479-62.
20. APPEARANCE OF PHASE TRANSITIONS OF 2 1/2 ORDER IN THE ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF
ALPHA-URANIUM AND CADMIUM. BY MAKAROV,V.I. KLEINERV.Z. IGNATEVAT.A. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN-SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 482-8.
21. OSCILLATION EFFECTS IN THE IMPEDANCE OF A METAL PLATE UNDER ONE-SIDED EXCITATION, BY
ZHEREBCHEVSKII,D.E. NABEREZH4YKHV.P. CHABANENKOVVV. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
UKRAINIAN SSR, DONETSK. PIYSIO3TECHNICAL INST.) P 489-95.
22. FERROMAGNETIC RESONANCE IN THE ANISOTROPIC HEISENBERG MODEL. BY KASHCHEEVV.N.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE LATVIAN SSR, RIGA. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 496-8.
23. QUANTUM THEORY OF THE HIGH FREQUENCY PROPERTIES OF AN ISING FERROMAGNET IN A TRANSVERSE
FIELD. BY FILATOVA,L.D. TSU KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 499-5J1.
24. EXCITON SELF-LOCALIZATION IN TIE QUASI-TWO-DIMENSIONAL ANTIFERROMAGNET NAMNCL(3), BY
BRON,R.YA. EREMENKO,V.V. MATYUSHKIN,E.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR,
KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 502-5.
25. PHONON SPECTRA AND LOCAL VIBRATIONS IN LAYERED CRYSTALS. BY SYRKINE.S. FEOOOSEVS.B.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW
TEMPERATURES) P 506-8.







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SOV. J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. (ENGL. TkANSL.) VOL 5, NO. 9 (SEP 1979)--(TRANSL. OF (CONT.)
26. VARIATIONS CAUSED IN LOW-TEMPERATURE DISLOCATION INTERNAL FRICTION IN ANTIIOM Y BY
HIGH-AMPLITUDE ULTRASONIC OSCILLATIONS. BY PAL-VAL,P.P. PLATKOV,V.YA. (ACADEMY 3F
SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES)
P 528-11.
27. ANOMALOUS TEMPERATURE DEPENDEN;E OF THE ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF 2H-NBSE(2) SINGLE
CRYSTALS INTERCALATED WITH TCNQ. BY BALLA,0.0. MAMALUI,A.A. OBOLENSKII,1.A. ET AL
(KHARK3V STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR) P 512-3.
28. NEEL TEMPERATURE OF A METAMAGNETIC DIELECTRIC. BY AKHIEZER,I.T. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. RADIOPHYSICS AND FLECTPONICS INST.) P 513-4.
29. ON THE THEORY OF ELECTRON PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE OF NEGATIVE IONS IN LIQUID HE(3). BY
AJTSYGINA,T.N. SLYUSAREV,V.A. (ACADEMY GF SCIENCES 3F T4E UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
P-YSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 514-5.
30. MAGNETOELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CDCR(2)SE(4) SINGLE CRYSTALS DOPED WITH SILVER. BY
MERKULOV,A.I. RADAUTSAN,S.I. TEZLEVANV.E. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE MOLDAVIA' SSR,
KISHINEV. INST. OF APPLIED PHYSICS) P 516-7.
31. SELF-CONSISTENT CALCULATION 0O TFE ISOTHERMS OF SOLID ARGON. (ABSTRACT ONLY). BY
ZUBOV,V.I. (PATRICE LUMUMBA FRIENDSHIP UNIV., MOSCOW, USSR) P 518.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, N3. 1 (JUL 198C)
32. INTERFACE BETWEEN SUPERFLUID A43 SOLID (4)HE. BY LANDAU,J. LIPSON,S.S.
MAEAETTAENENL.M. ET AL (TEZiNION-ISRAEL INST. OF TECH., HAIFA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 31-5.
33. POLARIZATION POTENTIALS AND TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF NORMAL (3)HE. BY BEOELL,K.
PINES,0. (ILLINOIS UNIV., UR3ANA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 39-42.
34. MAGNETIC ANISOTROPY OF GD META. AT 4 K UNDER PRESSURE. BY FRANSE,J.J.M. GERSDORF,R.
(AMSTERDAM UNIV., NETHERLANDS. NATUURKUNDIG LAB.) P 50-3.
35. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF COMPOSITIONALLY MODULATED CU-NI THIN FILMS, BY GYORGY,E.M.
DILLON,J.F.,JR. MCWHAN,D.B. ET AL (BELL LABS., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 57-60.
36. INTERMEDIATE VALENCE ON DILUTE EUROPIUM IONS, (4-325 K). BY FRANZ,W. STEGLICH,F.
ZELLW. ET AL (TECHNISCHE HC3HSCHULE DARMSTADT, GERMANY. INST. FUER
FESTKOERPERPHYSIK) P 64-7.

PHYS. REV. LETT. V3L 45, NO. 2 (JUL 1980)
37. QUANTUM-MECHANICAL RADIATION-PRESSURE FLUCTUATIONS IN AN INTERFEROMETER. BY CAVES,C.M.
(CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH., PASADENA. H.K. KELLOGG RADIATION LAB.) P 75-9.
386 FOUR-SPIN EXCHANGE MODEL AND (3)HE MAGNETISM. BY ROGER,M. DELRIEU,J.M.
HETHERINGTONJ.H. (COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE, GIF-SUR-YVETTE, FRANCE. CENTRE D
ETUDES NUCLEAIRES DE SACLAY) P 137-4g.

PHYS. REV. A VOL 22, NO. 1 (JU- 1980)
39. MONTE CARLO CALCULATION OF THE BORN-OPPENHEIMER POTENTIAL BETWEEN TWO HELIUM ATOMS. BY
LOWTHER,R.E. ZOLDWELL,R.L. (7LORIDA UNIV., GAINESVILLE. DEPT. 3F PHYSICS) P 14-21.
40. NEAR-THRESHOLD BEHAVIOR OF THE GROUND-STATE BINDING ENERGIES OF THE FEW-ATOM SYSTEMS OF
(4)HE AND OTHER BOSONS IN TWO AND THREE DIMENSIONS. BY LIM,T.K. NAKAICHI,S.
AKAISHIY. TANAKAH. (DREXEL UNIV., PHILADELPHIA, PA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND
ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE) P 28-32.
41. X-RAY SCATTERING STUDY OF THE CRITICALL EXPONENT ETA IN ARGON. BY GUERMEN,E.
CHANDRASEKHARM. CHUMBLEY,P.E ET AL (MISSOUPI UNIV., COLUMBIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 170-6.
42. CORRELATION RANGE AND RAYLEIGH LINEWIDTH OF XENON NEAR THE CRITICAL POINT. 9Y
SUETTINGERH. CANNELLD.S. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., SANTA BARBARA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 285-6.
43. DENSITY AND TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON ELECTRON MOBILITY IN GASEOUS, CRITICAL, AND LIQUID
ETHANE. BY GEE,N. FREEMAN,G.R. (ALBERTA UNIV., EDMONTON. OEPT. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 301-9.

PHYS. REV. B VOL 21, NO. 11 (JJN 198u)
44. HEAT-CAPACITY MEASUREMENTS ON GRANULAR ALUMINUM. BY FILLER, .L. LINDENFELD,P.
WORTHINGTONT. DEUTSCHER,G. (RUTGERS UNIV., NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. SERIN PHYSICS LAB.)
P 5031-4G.
45. PERCOLATION DESCRIPTION OF GRANULAR SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY DEUTSCHER,G. ENTIN-WOHLMANO.
FISHMAN,S. SHAPIRAY. (TEL AVIV UNIV., ISRAEL. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY)
0 5041-7.
46. EFFECT OF CHANGES IN ALPHA(2)()MEGA)F(OMEGA) ON THE ZERO-TEMPERATURE ENERGY GAP OF A
SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY MITROVIC,B. LEAVENSC.R. CIRBOTTE,J.P. (MCMASTER UNIV., HAMILTON,
ONTARIO. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5;48-54.
47. IMPURITY STABILIZED A15 NB(3)fB A NEW SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY STEWART,G.R. NEWKIRKL.R.
VALENCIA,F.A. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. MEX.) P 5655-64.
48. MAGNETIZATION OF A TYPE-I SUPEiCONDJCTING SLAB IN THE THERMODYNAMIC AND THE METASTABLE
PHASES. BY FORTINIA. HAIRIE,A. PAUMIERE. (CAEN UNIV., FRANCE. LAB. DE PHYSIlUE DU
SOLIDE) P 5065-75.
49. DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF SUPERCONDUCTING WEAK LINKS. 3Y SCHMIDA. SCHOEN,G. TINKHAM,M.
(KARLSRUHE UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER THEGRIE DER KONOENSIERTEN MATERIE) P 5076-86.







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PHYS. REV. B VOL 21, NO. 11 (JJM 1980) (CONT.)
50. ENERGY-SELECTIVE DETECTION OF PHONONS BY SUPERCONDUCTING ZINC FILMS. BY CLINEIR.W.
MARISH.J. (BROWN UNIV., PROVIDENCE, R. I. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5087-95.
51. LATTICE DYNAMICS AND SUPERCONDUCTING T(C) FOR DILUTE H AND D INTERSTITIALS IN AL. BY
TAYLORD.W. (MCMASTER UNIV., AAMILTON, ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5096-110.
52. SPECIFIC-HEAT MEASUREMENTS IN SUPERCONDUCTING INDIUM-THALLIUM ALLOYS AND THE
PSEUDOPOTENTIAL FORM FACTOR. 3Y MUNUKUTLALV. CAPPELLETTIR.L. (OHIO UNIV.t ATHENS.
OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5111-8.
53. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND MAGNETIC ORDER IN FERROMAGNETS AND SPIN-GLASSES. BY
SOUKOULIS,C.M. GRESTG.S. (VIRGINIA UNIV., CHARLOTTESVILLE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 5119-24.
54. ELECTRON LOCALIZATION IN DENSE HELIUM GAS NEW EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS. BY SCHWARZK.W.
(IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 5125-36.
55. EQUATION OF STATE AND MELTING PROPERTIES OF (4)HE FROM MEASUREMENTS TO 20 KBAR. BY
MILLSR.L. LIEBENBERGO.H. 3RONSONJ.C. (LOS ALAHOS SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. HEX.)
P 5137-48.
56. GEOMETRY-INDUCED SPLITTING OF THIRD SOUND INTO FIFTH AND SIXTH SOUNDS IN TWO FACING
HE-II FILMS. BY OHTAS. (TOH)KU UNIV., SENDAI, JAPAN. RESEARCH INST. OF ELECTRICAL
COMMUNICATION) P 5149-52.
57. DOMAIN WALLS IN (3)HE-A IN A PARALLEL-PLATE GEOMETRY. BY LIN-LIUY.R. MAKIK.
(UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5153-5.
58. PRESSURE DEPENDENCE OF THE ISO3TPIC PHASE SEPARATION TEMPERATURE IN SOLID (3)HE-(4)HE
MIXTURES. BY ARNOLODR.H. PIPES,P.B. (DARTMOUTH COLL., HANOVER, N. H. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 5156-8.
59. GROUND STATES OF POLARIZED AN3 UNPOLARIZED (3)HE. BY LEVESQUED. (PARIS UNIV., ORSAYe
FRANCE. LAB. 3E PHYSIQUE THERI3UE ET HAUTES ENERGIES) P 5159-65.
60. QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS OF A JOSEPHSON-JUNCTION CAPACITOR. BY WIDOMA. (NORTHEASTERN
UNIV., BOSTON, MASS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5166-71.
61. FREQUENCY DEPENDENCE OF CHARGE IMBALANCE RELAXATION BY ENTIN-WOHLMAN,0. ORBACH,*.
(TEL-AVIV UNIV., ISRAEL. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5172-4.
62. EFFECT OF PRESSURE ON THE TRANSITION TEMPERATURE OF IN-IMPREGNATED POROUS GLASS. BY
STANDISHW.J. POMPI,R.L. (STATE JNIV. OF NEW YORK, 3INGHAMTON, N. Y. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 5185-9.
63. EQUILIBRIUM ORDER PARAMETERS A4D CjEMICAL POTENTIALS IN ROTATING SUPERFLUIDS. BY
HOT.-L. MERMINN.D. (ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5190-7.
64. SPIN-WAVE WIDTHS IN ANTIFERROM4;NETS RBMNF(3), BY REINECKET.L. STINCHCOMBER.3.
(NAVAL RESEARCH LAB., WASHINGTON, 0. C.) P 5198-200.
65. INVESTIGATIONS OF THE PRESSURE DEPENDENCE OF STRUCTURAL, CHEMICAL, ELECTRICAL. AND
MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF CUPROUS CHLORIDE (CUCL) BY SKELTONE.F. WEB8,A.N.
RACHFORO,F.J. ET AL (NAVAL RESEARCH LAB., WASHIN;TON, D. C.) P 5289-96.
66. PARAMAGNON PICTURE OF THE LOW-TEMPERATURE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF SOME INTERMEDIATE-VALENCE
COMPOUNDS. BY BEAL-MONODM.T. LAWRENCEJ.M. (PARIS UNIV., ORSAY, FRANCE. LAB. DE
PHYSIQUE OES SOLIDES) P 5450-9.
67. NEUTRON SCATTERING STUDY OF THE PHASES OF TTF-TCNO BELOW-5 KAR. BY FINCHER*C.R.,JR.
SHIRANE,G. COMES. GARITO,A.F. (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. Y.) P 5424-6.
68. OBSERVATION OF NONRESONANT VORTEX MOTION IN A LONG JOSEPHSON TUNNEL JUNCTION. BY
RAJEEVAKUMART.V. PRZYBYSZJ.X. CHENJ.T. LANGENBERG,D.N. (WAYNE STATE UNIV.*
DETROIT, MICH. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5432-7.

J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 72, NO. 12 (JUN 1980)
69. SURFACE ENHANCED RAMAN SPECTRA A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE IMAGE DIPOLE DESCRIPTION. BY
HILTONP.R. OXTOBYOD.W. (CHICAGO UNIV., ILL. JAMES FRANCK INST.) P 6346-8.
70. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATION 3F SUBMONOLAYER KRYPTON FILMS ON tRAPHTTF. BY HANSON,F.
MCTAGUE,J.P. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 6363-7.
71. HIGH RESOLUTION INFRARED ABSORPTION SPECTRA OF RCL(31 AND RCL(21F nTfnlUFn TN nTM l
ARGON AND SOLID KRYPTON. BY M4IERtW.B.,II HOLLANDR.F. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB.,
N. MEX.) P 6661-77.
72. ELECTRON LOCALIZATION IN DENSE NITROGEN VAPOR. BY WADAT. FREEMANG.R. (ALBERTA
UNIV., EDMONTON. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 6726-30.
73. SOUND VELOCITY OF SUPERCOOLED WATER DOWN TO -33 DEGREES C USING ACOUSTIC LEVITATION. BY
TRINHE. APFELR.E. (YALE UNIV., NEW HAVEN, CONN. DEPT. OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED
SCIENCE) P 6731-5.

J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 51, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
74. THERMAL BLOOMING IN LIQUID N(2) DURING HIGH REPETITION RATE STIMULATED RAMAN SCATTERING.
BY WILD,E. MAIERH. (REGENSBURG UNIV., GERMANY. FAKULTAET FUER PHYSIK) P 3078-86.
75. INFLUENCE OF GROWTH PARAMETERS ON COTE LOW TEMPERATURE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY. BY
JOUGLAR,J. HETROITC. VUILLERMOZP.L. TRIBOULET,R. INSTITUTET NATIONAL DES SCIENCES
APPLIQUEES, VILLEURBANNE, FRAN3E. LAB. DE PHYSIQUE DE LA MATIERE) P 3171-4.
76. ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY OF METALLIC SELENIUM. TELLURIUM. AND SILICON UNDER HIGH
PRESSURE. BY DUNNK.J. BUNDYF.P. (GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., SCHENECTADY, N. Y.
CORPORATE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT) P 3246-9.







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J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 51, NO. 6 (JUN 198G) (CONT.)
77. GALVANOMAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF ANNEALED INSB SINGLE CRYSTALS. BY NAGABHOOSHANAM,M.
BABUV.H. (OSMANIA UNIV., HYDERABAD, INDIA. SOLID STATE AND MATERIALS SCIENCE LA3S.)
P 3250-3.
78. ANOMALOUS FLUX PENETRATION INTO A SUPERCONDUCTING LOOP BROKEN BY A DA43ED JOSEPHSON
JUNCTION. BY SMITH,H.J.T. HJTCHINSON,M. WATERLOOO UNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 3313-5.
79. HIGH-FIELD SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN THE NB-TI-ZR TERNARY SYSTEM. BY RALLS,K.M. ROSE,R.M.
WULFF,J. (TEXAS UNIV., AUSTIN. DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING P 3316-21.
80. PHASE-LOCKING AND MICROWAVE IMPEDANCE OF JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS WITH LINEAR-PERIODIC
CURRENT-PHASE RELATIONS. BY FUJIMAKI,N. OKABEY. OKAMURA,S. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN.
DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING) P 34J9-16.

PHYS. LETT. A VOL 77, NO. 4 (MAY 1380)
81. LOCALIZED IONS UNDER THE SJRFA3E OF LIQUID HELIUM, BY WILLIAMS,G.A. THEOBALD,J.
(CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 255-7.
82. PULSED QUASIPARTICLE INJECTION INTO SUPERCONDUCTING LEAD-INDIUM ALLOYS VIA TUNNELING.
3Y AKOHH. KDSAKAS. KAJIMUR4,K. (ELECTROTECHNICAL LAB., IBARAKI, JAPAN) P 269-7C.
83. AC LOSS MINIMUM IN TYPE II SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY CISZEK,M. KOZLOWSKI,G. TEKIEL,P. ET
AL (POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, WROCLAW. INST. FOR LOW TEMPERATURE AND STRUCTURE
RESEARCH) P 271-3.
84. COLLISION INDUCED INFRARED LINES IN SOLID HYDROGENS CAUSED BY TRITIUM RADIOACTIVITY. BY
SOUERSP.C. FEARONtE.M. ROBETSP.E. ET AL (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LIVERMORE. LAWRENCE
LIVERMORE LAB.) P 277-80.
85. POSITRON TRAPPING IN CADMIUM AT LOW TEMPERATURES, BY KUPCA,S. HOGG,B.G. KERR,D.P.
(WINNIPEG UNIV., MANITOBA. DE2T. OF PHYSICS) P 281-3.
86. THE FREQUENCY-DEPENDENT MAGNETISATION OF QUENCHED CO(O.54)GA(Q.46). BY CYWINSKI,R.
GRAY,E.M. (MONASH UNIV., CLAYiON, AUSTRALIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 284-6.
87. L3W TEMPERATURE ELECTRICAL TRANSPORT IN N-TYPE LEAD TELLURIDEc BY LASBLEY,A.
GRANGER,R. PELLETIER,C.M. ROLLAND,S. INSTITUTET NATIONAL DES SCIENCES APDLIQUEES,
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PHYS. LETT. A VOL 77, NO. 5 (JUN 1980)
88. FLUCTUATIONS IN TURBULENT HE II COUNTERFLOW. BY OSTERMEIER,R.M. CROMAR,M.W. KITTELP.
DONNELLY,R.J. (OREGON UNIV., EJGENE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 321-4.
89. DEVIATIONS FROM THE CRITICAL STATE MODEL OBSERVED IN NIOBIUM. BY GIJSBERTSE,E.A. VAN
DE KLUNDERT.L.J.M. (TECHNISCIE HOGESCHOOL TWENTE, ENSCHEDE, NETHERLANDS. DEPT. OF
APPLIED PHYSICS) P 335-7.
90. ULTRASONIC ATTENUATION IN POTASSIUM AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY AWASTHI,O.N. SATHISH,S.
(REGIONAL COLL. OF EDUCATION, 4YSORE, INDIA. NATIONAL COUNCIL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
AND TRAINING) P 356-8.
91. CORRELATION BETWEEN SUPERCONDJCTING TRANSITION TEMPERATURE AND THE CAUCHY DISCREPANCY IN
BODY-CENTERED-CUBIC TRANSITION METALS. BY LEDBETTER,H.M. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF
STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO. FRACTURE AND DEFORMATION DIV.) P 359-61.
92. INELASTIC TUNNELLING AND THE DAIR-QUASIPARTICLE INTERFERENCE CURRENT IN JOSEPHSON
JUNCTIONS. BY MICHELSON,P.F. (STANFORD UNIV., CALIF. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 362-4.
93. AC SUSCEPTIBILITY OF A COBALT ALUMINOSILICATE GLASS. BY WENGER,L.E. MULDER,C.A.M. VAN
DUYNEVELDTA.J. MYDOSH,J.A. (WAYNE STATE UNIV., DETROIT, MICH. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 378-80.

CAN. J. PHYS. VOL 58, NO. 5 (JUN 1980)
94. AN ORTHOGONALIZED PLANE WAVE PSEUOOPOTENTIAL MODEL CALCULATION OF THE DILATIONAL STRAIN
DEPENDENCE OF THE FERMI SURFACE OF WHITE TIN. BY IAKD..K. PERZ,J.M. (SUSSEX UNIV.,
BRIGHTON, ENGLAND. SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES) P 750-9.
95. STATIC PARAMAGNETIC RESPONSE 3z THIN SOFT SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY PIYAKIS,K.N. PAPINI,G.
RYSTEPHANICK,R.G. (REGINA UNIV., SASKATCHEWAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY)
P 812-9.
96. CALCULATION OF SECOND VIRIAL COEFFICIENTS FOR NITROGEN AND CARBON MONOXIDE. BY
WITMORE,M.D. GOODINGSD.A. (MEMORIAL UNIV. OF NEWFOUNDLAND, ST. JOHNS, CANADA. DEPT.
OF PHYSICS) P 82C-7.
97. THE COLLISION-INDUCED TRANSLATIONAL SPECTRUM OF CF(4)-HE GAS MIXTURES. BY AFANASEV,A.D.
BULANINM.O. TONKOVM.V. LENINGRADD STATE UNIV., USSR. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 836-9.
98. SPIN-EXCHANGE SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONS FOR HYDROGEN ATOMS AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY
BERLINSKY,A.J. SHIZGAL,B. (BRITISH COLUMBIA UNIV., VANCOUVER. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 881-5.

SCIENCE VOL 209, NO. 4453 (JUL 1980)
99. THE BRIDGE BETWEEN UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY. (EDITORIAL). BY FUSFELD,H.I. (NEW YORK
UNIV., No Y. CENTER FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY) P 221.
iOC. STORM WARNINGS FOR R AND D FUNDING. BY WALSHJ. P 252-3.
101. INFLUENCE OF A PHASE TRANSITION OF ICE ON THE HEAT AND MASS BALANCE OF COMETS. BY
KLINGERJ. (CENTRE NATIONAL 3E LA RECHERCHE'SCIENTIFIQUE, GRENOBLE, FRANCE. LAB. DE
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102. DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF SINGLE CRYSTAL AGNO(2) IN LOW TEMPERATURE REGION. BY GESI,K.
JAPANN ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH INST., IBARAKI) P 12f6-8.

J. PHYS. (PARIS) VOL 41, NO. 6 (JUN 198b)
103. LOW TEMPERATURE NEUTRON AN3 ELECTRON IRRADIATIONS OF NB(3)GE. BY RULLIERF.
PAIDASSI,S. QUERE,Y. (CEA CENTRE 0 ETUDES NUCLEAIRES DE FONTENAY-AUX-ROSES, FRANCE.
SECTION 0 ETUDE DES SOLIDES IRRADIES) P 515-8.

LETT. NUOVO CIMENTO VOL 28, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
104. CRITICAL VOLTAGE FOR FLUX TUNNELLING IN SUP(RCONDLCTING RINGS WITH WEAK LINKS. BY
WIDOM,A. CLARK,T.O. (SUSSEX JNIV., BRIGHTON, ENGLAND. PHYSICS LAB.) P 186-8.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 3u, NO. 4 (AUG 1979)--(TRANSL. OF PISMA ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 30, NO. 4, AUG 1979)
105. A PHASE TRANSITION IN THE ORGANIC METAL TSETBR(O5). BY MERZHANOVV.A. PESOTSKII.S.I.
TOPNIKOVV.N. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS)
P 179-82.
106. PECULIARITIES OF ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY OF PLASTICALLY DEFORMED N-TYPE GERMANIUM. BY
KOLYUBAKIN,A.I. SHEVCHENKO,S.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 183-92
107. AN OBSERVATION OF SECOND SOUND IN SAPPHIRE. BY OANILCHENKO,B.A. POROSHIN,V.N.
SARBEI,O.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF PHYSICS)
P 196-9.
18. CRITICAL CURRENT OF JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS WITH A SEMICONDUCTOR LAYER. BY ASLAMAZOV,L.G.
FISTUL,M.V. (MOSCOW INST. OF STEEL AND ALLOYS, USSR) P 213-7.
109. UHF CONDUCTIVITY OF GE SURFACES PRODUCED BY CLEAVAGE. BY OSIPYAN,YU.A. TALYANSKIIV.I.
KHARLAMOVA.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF SOLID STATE
PHYSICS) P 232-4.

SOV. PHYS. JETP (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 50, NO. 6 (DEC 1979)--(TRANSL. OF ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 77, NO. 6, DEC 1979)
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STRUCTURAL TRANSITION TEMPERATURE. BY SKRIPOVA.V. STEPANOV,A.P. MARCHENKO,V.A. ET
AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF TAl USSR, SVERDLOVSK. INST. OF METAL PHYSICS) P 1113-8.
111. FLUCTUATION SOUND ABSORPTION IN LAYERED SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY ASLAMAZOV,L.G.
VARLAMOV,A.A. (MOSCOW STEEL 4N4 ALLOY INST., USSR) P 1164-8.
112. MICROSTRUCTURE OF A RESISTIVE LAYER ON AN ALUMINUM SURFACE. BY DOROZHKINS.I.
DOLGOPOLOV,V.T. (ACADEMY 3F 3SIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF SOLID STATE
PHYSICS) P 1183-9.
113. PIEZOOPTIC EFFECT IN MNF(2). BY BOROVIK-ROMANOV,A.S. KREINES,N.M. PACES,J. (ACADEMY
OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS PROBLEMS) P 1198-232.
114. KINETIC PHENOMENA IN SEMIQUANTUM LIQUIDS. BY ANDREEV,A.F. KOSEVICH,YU.A. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS PROBLEMS) P 1218-21.

ZH. TEKH. FIZ. VOL 50, NO. 5 (MAY 198:) (IN RUSSIAN)
115. MEASUREMENT OF LOW PARTICLE NOISES IN SUPERCONDUCTING CURRENT CONTACTS. BY
KOVALENKO,A.S. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 3F THE USSR, AKADEMGORODOK. INST. OF TERRESTIAL
MAGNETISM IONESPHERE AND RADIDWAVE PROPAGATION) P 1048-55.

SOLID STATE COMMUN. VOL 34, NO. 6 (MAY 1980)
116. CRITICAL MAGNETIC FIELDS OF SJERCONDUCTING THIN FILMS OF ERPH(4)B(4). BY CANTOR,R.H.
DAHLBERG,E.D. GOLDMANA.M. ET AL (MINNESOTA UNIV., MINNEAPOLIS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND
ASTRONOMY) P 465-8.

SOLID STATE COMMUN. VOL 34, NO 7 (MAY 198u)
117. TC ENHANCEMENT. BY FALCO,C.M. WERNER,T.R. SCHULLERI.K. (ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB., ILL.
DIV. OF SOLID STATE SCIENCE) P 535-8.
118. EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION OF THE SELF-ENERGY OF THE TRANSVERSE OPTIC MODE IN KBR AT 100
K AND 330 K. BY MOKC.L. PAR ENGLAND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 567-70.
119. GAP AND CRITICAL TEMPERATURE FOR SUPERCONDUCTORS WITH ENERGY DEPENDENT ELECTRONIC
DENSITY OF STATES. BY LIE,S.S. CARBOTTE,J.P. (HCMASTER UNIV., HAMILTON, ONTARIO.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 599-6;2.
120. SELF-CONSISTENT DEBYE-WALLER FACTORS OF THE ELECTRON SOLID ON LIQUID HELIUM. BY
NAMAIZAWA,H. (UNIVERSITAET DES SAARLANDES, SAARBRUEKEN, GERMANY) P 607-10.

MAGNETISM, PROC. INTERNATIONAL CONF. (MUNICH, GERMANY, SEP 3-7, 1979), A. J. FREEMAN, W.
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15-8, PT. 3 (JAN-MAR 1980)
121. SPECIFIC HEAT, DIFFERENTIAL SU3SEPTIBILITY AND ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF PIX(2)(X=IR,
PT. RH AND RU) LAVES PHASE COMPOUNDS AT TEMPERATURES BETWEEN 1.4 AND 4: K. BY VAN
DONGEN,J.C.M. VAN DER LINDEN,H.W.M. GREIDANUS,F.J.A.M. ET AL (LEIDEN
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122. ISOLATED VORTEX LINE IN AN ANTIFERROMAGNETIC SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY KRZYSZTON,T. (POLISH
ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, WROCLAW. INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURE AND STRUCTURE RESEARCH)
P 1572-4.
123. MAGNETIC AND SUPERCONDUCTING PHASE TRANSITIONS IN ERIC)Y(1-C)RH(4)Bi4). BY OKUDAK.
NAKAKURAY. KADOWAKI,K. (OSAKA UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1575-6.
124. NEUTRON SCATTERING STUDIES OF MAGNETIC SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY LYNN,J.W. SHELTON,R.N.
(MARYLAND UNIV., COLLEGE PARK. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1577-8.
125. HELICAL ORDER OF SPINS IN SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY BULAEVSKIIL.N. RUSINOV,A.I. KULIC,M.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 1581-2.
126. OBSERVATION OF STRONGLY POLARIZED LIQUID (3)HE FROM RAPID MELTING OF POLARIZED SOLID.
BY FROSSATI,G. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, GRENOBLE, FRANCE. CENTRE
DE RECHERCHES SUR LES TRES PASSES TEMPERATURES) P 1585-6.

FERROELECTRICS VOL 23, NO. 3-4 (1980)
127. LITERATURE SUI3E TO PYROELECTRICITY 1378-1979 .9. 8Y LANG,S.B. (3EN-GURION UNIV. OF
THE NEGEV, BEERSHEBA, ISRAEL. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 133-63.

FERROELECTRICITY, PROC. EUROPEAN MEETING, 4TH (PORTOR3Z, YUGOSLAVIA, SEP 3-7, 1979), PT.
3, R. 3LINCs EDITOR. FERROELECTRICS VOL 26, NO. 1-4 (1980)
128. INFLUENCE OF THE CRYSTAL COMPOSITION ON THE LOW TEMPERATURE PHASE TRANSITION IN BARIUM
SODIUM NIOBATE. BY SCHNECKJ. JOUKOFFB. MELLET,R. CENTERR NATIONAL D ETUDES DES
TELECOMMUNICATIONS, BAGNEUX, FRANCE) P 775-8.

APPLICATIONS OF FERROELECTRIC3, PROC. 1979 IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMP. (MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
JJN 13-15, 1979), PT. 1. FERROELECTRICS VOL 27, NO. 1-4 (198:)
129; ELECTROCALORIC REFRIGERATION AT CRYOGENIC TEMPERATURES. BY RADEBAUGH,R. LAWLESSW.N.
SIEGWA=TH,J.D. MORROW,A.J. NATIONALL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO.
THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES DIV.) P 205-12.

OPT. COMMUN. V3L 33, NO. 1 (APR 1980)
130. INTENSITY CORRELATION OF FLUORESCENCE RADIATION FROM IMPURITY ATOMS IN SOLIDS IN THE LOW
TEMPERATURE LIMIT, BY SUSSE,K.E. VOGEL,W. WELSCHD.G. (FRIEDRICH-SCHILLER-UNIV.,
JENA, EAST GERMANY. SECTION P4YSIK) P 56-61.

RADIAT. PHYS. ^HEM. VOL 15, N3 4 (1981)
131. ISOTOPE EFFECTS ON SELECTIVE HYDROGEN ATOM ABSTRACTION BY H ATOMS IN GAMMA-RADIOLYSIS
AND UV-PHOTOLYSIS OF NEOPENTANE-ALKANE MIXTURES AT 77 K. BY MIYAZAKI,T. GOSHIMAN.
FUEKI,K. ET AL (NAGOYA UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF SYNTHETIC CHEMISTRY) P 561-70.

RADIAT. PHYS. CHEM. VOL 15, NO. 5 (198.)
132. THE MECHANISM OF ISOTHERMAL LUMINESCENCE OF GAMMA IRRADIATED HYDROCARBON GLASSES IN THE
PRESENCE OF NAPHTHALENE AT 77 K. BY 4AYER,J. SZADKOWSKA-NICZE,M. KROHJ. (TECHNICAL
UNIV. OF LODZ, POLAND. INST. OF APPLIED RADIATION CHEMISTRY) P 643-8.

J. PHYS. CHEM. VOL 84, NO. 12 (JUN 1968)
133. THERMAL ACCOMMODATION COEFFICIENTS. BY GOODMAN,F.O. WATERLOOO UNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT.
OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS) P 1431-45.

*J. CHEM. SOC. FARADAY TRANS. 2 VOL 76, PT. 5 (1980)
134. MECHANISMS OF SINGLET ENERGY TRANSFER IN DOFED ANTHRACENE CRYSTALS AT 5 K, STUDIED BY
NANOSECOND SPECTROFLUORIMETRY. 3Y BRIDGE,N.J. SOLOMONS,D.P. (KENT UNIV., CANTERBURY,
ENGLAND. CHEMISTRY LAB.) P 472-89.

CHEM. PHYS. LETT. VOL 71, NO. 2 (APR 1980)
135. ABSORPTION SPECTRA AND PHOTOC-:MISTRY OF THE TOLUENE CATION AND BENZYL RADICAL IN SOLID
ARGON. BY ANOREWS,L. MILLER,J.H. KEELAN,B.W. (VIRGINIA UNIV., CHARLOTTESVILLE.
DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 207-1..

AUST. J. CHEM. VOL 33, NO. 3 (1AR 1983)
136. UPPER CRITICAL SOLUTION TEMPERATURES OF HYDROCARBON + FLUOROCARBON MIXTURES MIXTURES
WITH SPECIFIC INTERACTIONS. 3Y TOCZYLKIN,L .S. YOUNG,C.L. (UNIVERSITY COLL., LONDON,
ENGLAND. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 465-7G.

J. APPL. POLYM. SCI. VOL 25, V3. 6 (JUN 1980)
137. THERMAL DEGRADATION OF POLYSTYrENE. I. CHAIN SCISSION AT LOW TEMPERATURE IN AIR. 3Y
GUPTA,M.C. NATH,J.D. (NAGPUR UNIV., INDIA. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 1:17-28.

ZH. FIZ. KHIM. VOL 54, NO. 4 (APR 198')
138. SPECIFIC HEAT IN THE RANGE 1:-3;. K AND THERMODYNAMIC FUNCTIONS OF TETRAGONAL TIN
DIOXIDE. BY Z-OGIND.YU. KOSARUKINA,E.A. KOLESOV,V.P. (MOSCOW STAT UNIV., USSR)
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139. USE OF THE TATEVSKOV METHOD) TO CALCULATE DENSITY OF LIQUID N-ALKANES AND ALIPHATIC
N-ALCO-OLS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE. BY AKHMEDOVL.A.
GYLMANOV,A.A. KERIMOVA.M. P 1.13-4.
140. USE OF THE TATEVSKOV METHOD TO CALCULATEE THERMAL CONDJCTIVITY OF LIQUID N-ALKANES AND
ALIPHATIC N-ALCOHOLS OVER A WIJE RANGE OF TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE, BY AKHMEDOV,L.A.
GYLMANOVA.A. KERIMOVA.M. P 1u14-5.
141. METHOD OF CALCULATING ACTUAL CRITICALL PARAMETERS OF MIXTURES BY PSEUDOCRITICAL
CONSTANTS. BY ZAKHAROV,N.D. 30MNINA,I.B. P 1348-9.
142. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE HEAT CAPACITY OF SUPERCOOLED HATER. (125-250 K). BY
NEMILOVS.3. P 1C59-61.


SECTION II. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

INDIAN J. CRYOG. VOL 2, NO. 3 (1977) (COVER DATE DOES NOT REFLECT DATE OF PUBLICATION)
143. OPTIMISATION AND SELECTION OF THERMAL INSULATION SYSTEM IN CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING. BY
GIANI,S. GIANIL. (LLOYD INSULATION INDIA, CALCUTTA) P 151-67.
144. A CYLINDRICAL BOIL-OFF CALORIMETER FOR MEASURING THE TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE DEPENDENCE
OF THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF CRYOGENIC INSULATORS. BY MITRAS.S. MAITI,C.R. DUTTA
R3YS.K. (INDIAN INST. OF TED-., KHARAGPUR) P 165-72.
145. USE OF EVACUATED POWDERED INSULATION IN INDIGENOUSLY DESIGNED LIQUID NITROGEN
CONTAINERS. BY ABICHANDANI,H. ARORAOD.R. VEPMA,R.D. (NATIONAL DAIRY RESEARCH INST.,
KARNAL, INDIA) P 173-6.
146. AN APPARATUS FOR MEASURING THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF INSULATING MATERIALS AT LOW
TEMPERATURES. BY SHARMA,R.G. KISHAN,H. TRIPATHI,T.C. (NATIONAL PHYSICAL LAB., NEW
DELHI, INDIA) P 177-80.
147. AN APPARATUS FOR DETERMINING THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF CRYOGENIC INSULATING MATERIALS* BY
RAO,H.V. (INDIAN INST. OF TE(.,< K 148. DEVELOPMENT OF COMPOSITE POLYSTYRENE INSULATION FOR CRYOGENIC APPLICATIONS. BY JACOBS.
ARUNACHALAMHS. (INDIAN INST. OF SCIENCE, BANGALORE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 188-9.
149. PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF MULTILAYER INSULATION SYSTEMS BETWEEN 77 AND 300 K. BY
SUBRAMANYAM,S.V. ARUNACHALAM,5. JACOB,S. SRINIVASAN,R. (INDIAN INST. OF SCIENCE,
BANGALORE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 193-1.
15C. CRYOGENIC RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FOR SPACE APPLICATION. BY MATHEW,J. (VIKRAM
SARABHAI SPACE CENTRE, TRIVANDRUM, INDIA) P 192-4.
151. J3SEPHSON JUNCTION PARAMETRIC AMPLIFIER. BY BHATTACHARYAH.P. (SOLID STATE PHYSICS
LAB., NEW DELHI, INDIA) P 135-6.
152. A STUDY OF THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF.LOW CONDUCTIVITY MATERIALS BETWEEN 39 AND 306 K. BY
DAS,S.KR. SENGUPTAo. CHAKRAB3RTY,S.C. CHAUDHURY,A. (JADAVPUR UNIV., CALCUTTA,
INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 197-8.

INDIAN J. CRYOG. VOL 3, NO. 2 (1978) (COVER DATE DOES NOT REFLECT DATE OF PUBLICATION)
153. IMPORTANCE OF REFRIGERATED FOOD PROCESSING, STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION IN INDIA. BY
RAYCHAUOHURI,B.C. (CENTRAL MECHANICAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH INST., DURGAPUR, INDIA)
P 97-131.
154. DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR STORAGE FEED AND INJECTION OF LOX IN LIQUID PROPELLANT MOTORS.
BY CHATTERJEEA. C. MISRA,A. (BIRLA INST. OF TECH., RANCH, INDIA. DEPT. UOFSPACE
ENGINEERING AND ROCKETRY) P 132-7.
155. DEVELOPMENT OF CRYOGENIC ROCKET PROPELLANTS. BY MUNJAL,N.L. PRASAD,B. (BIRLA INST. OF
TECH., RANCH, INDIA. DEPOT. O SPACE ENGINEERING AND ROCKETRY) P 138-45.
156. MINIATURE LINEAR TEMPERATURE TRANSDUCER AND LIQUID CRYOGEN LEVEL INDICATOR. BY
MAITI,C.R. MITRA,S.S. GHORAI,S.K. (INDIA INST. OF TE3H., KHARAG>UR. CRYOGENIC
ENGINEERING CENTRE) P 146-5:.
157. INDIGENOUS MATERIALS FOR FABRICATION OF LIQUID NITROGEN CONTAINERS FOR STORING BULL
SEMEN. BY ABICHANDANI,H. VERMAR.D. ARORAD.R. (NATIONAL DAIRY RESEARCH INST.,
KARNAL, INDIA. DAIRY ENGINEERING DIV.) P 151-3.
158. INFLUENCE OF ANTIMONY DOPING 01 ELECTRONIC THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF BISMUTH. BY DEY,T.K.
CHAUDHURI,K.D. (DELHI UNIV., INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRODPYSICS) P 154-8.

J. HEAT TRANSFER VOL 102, NO. 1 (FEB 1980)
159. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF METHANE AT ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE OF
360-1275 K, BY AFSHARR. CO3LEY,A.C. SAXENAS.C. (ILLINOIS UNIV., CHICAGO. DEPT. OF
ENERGY ENGINEERING) P 163-7.

RUSS. ENG. J. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 59, NO. 8 (1979)--(SELECTIVE TRANSL. OF VESTN.
MASHINOSTR. VOL 59, NO. 8, 1973)
160. THE FATIGUE STRENGTH AND TIE DYNAMIC FATIGUE BENDING STRENGTH OF GEARS AT NORMAL AND LOW
TEMPERATURES, BY URKUMBAEVM.*. GALIEVT.T. P 9-11.








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IND. ENG. CHEM. PROCESS DES. 3)V. VOL 19, NO. 3 (JUL 1980)
161. ABSORPTION OF METHANE, ETHANE, AND ETHYLENE GASES AND THEIR BINARY AND TERNARY MIXTURES
AND CARBON DIOXIDE ON ACTIVATE) CARBON AT 212-301 K AND PRESSURES TO 35 ATMOSPHERES. BY
REICHR. ZIESLER,W.T. RO;ERS,K.A. (GEORGIA INST. OF TECH., ATLANTA. DEPT. OF
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 336-44.
162. PREDICTION OF VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIA OF UNDEFINED MIXTURES. BY SIMW.J. OAUBERTT.E.
(PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV., UNIVERSITY PARK. OEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 386-93.
163. COLLECTION OF PHASE EQUILIBRIUM DATA FOR SEPARATION TECHNOLOGY. BY SCHOTTE,W. (OU POINT
DE NEMOURS (E.I.) INC., WILMIN;rON, DEL. ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY LAB.) P 432-9.
164. ABSORPTION OF MICROWAVE ENERGY 3Y OIL SHALE, EFFECTS OF SHALE RICHNESS, PACKING FACTOR,
AND FREQUENCY. BY JUDZISA.,JR. HIATT,R.E. WILLIAMS,B. JUOZIStA. (MICHIGAN UNIV.,
ANN ARBOR. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 465-9.
165. UNIFIED PROCEDURE FOR SOLVING tULTIPHASE-MULTICOMPONENT VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM
CALCULATION. BY MAURI,C. (ANIC S.P.A., AUPRO, MILAN, ITALY. PROCESS CONTROL AND
AUTOMATION) P 482-9.
166. MODIFIED SOAVE EQUATION OF STATE FOR PHASE EQUILIBRIUM CALCULATIONS. BY LIN,H.-M.
(PURDUE UNIV., WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 501-5.

CHEM. ENG. J. (LAUSANNE) VOL 13, NO. 3 (JUN 1980)
167. REVIEW PAPER. PERTURBATION METHODS IN HEAT CONDUCTION. BY AZIZ,A. JALEEL,A. HANEEF,M.
(COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, RIYADI, SAUDI ARABIA. DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
P 171-82.
168. LIQUID MEMBRANE PERMEATION FOR THE SEPARATION OF C(8) HYDROCARBONS. BY ALESSIP.
KIKIC,I. ORLANOINI-VISALBERGHIM. (TRIESTE UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO DI CHIMICA
APPLICATA E INOUSTRIALE) P 221-7.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 26 (JUN 1980)
169. C AND EN CALENDAR OF MEETINGS AND EVENTS. (LIST OF MEETINGS AND EVENTS OF CHEMICAL
INTEREST FOR JULY THROUGH JUNE 1381). P 33-9+42.

CHEM. ENG. (N.Y.) VOL 87, NO. 14 (JUL 198;)
170. HYDROGEN ROUTES FUTURE IS KEYED TO ECONOMICS. BY BERRYR.I. P 80+82+84.
171. NEW PROCESSES AND TECHNOLOGY A.ERT. (INCLUDING COAL GASIFICATION AND HYDROGEN
PRODUCTION). P 125-36.

CHEM. ENG. SCI. VOL 35, NO. 6 (1980)
172. A MODIFIED REDLICH-KWONG EQUATION OF STATE FOR VAPOUR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM CALCULATIONS.
BY RAIMONDIL. SOCIETYA NAZIONALE METAND3OTTI PROGETTI S.P.A., MILAN, ITALY. DEPT.
MATEMATICA APPLICATA) P 1269-76.

J. SPACECR. ROCKETS VOL 17, ND. 3 (MAY-JUN 1980)
173. SOLVING SUBSYNCHRONOUS WHIRL IN THE HIGH-PRESSURE HYDROGEN TURBOMACHINERY OF THE SSME.
BY EK,M.C. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., NORTHRIDGE) P 208-13.

AIAA J. VOL 18, NO. 6 (JUN 193.)
174. DETERMINING SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF LIQUID NITROGEN PARTICLES FLOWING IN AN AIRSTREAM BY
SCATTERED LIGHT DETECTION, BY ESSAWYM.E. DELFOURA.G. (ECOLE NATIONAL SUPERIEURE DE
L AERONAUTIQUE ET DE L SPACE, TOULOUSE, FRANCE. AEROOYNAMIQUE GROUP) P 665-8.

J. AT. ENERGY SOC. JPN. VOL 22, NO. 4 (1980) (IN JAPANESE)
175. EXPERIMENTS ON REDUCTION OF HYDROGEN PERMEATION. 2. CALORIZING METHOD. BY HISHIDA,M.
SANOKAWAK. OUCHI,M. ET AL JAPANN ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH INST., IBARAKI) P 251.

COMBUST. EXPLOS. SHOCK WAVES (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 15, NO. 4 (JUL-AUS 1979)--(TRANSL. DO
FIZ. GORENIYA VZRYVA VOL 15, '3. 4, JUL-AUG 1979)
176. THERMODYNAMICS OF SOLID SHOCK COMPRESSED AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY DOLGOVAA.A
MESSINEVM.YU. P 542-3.

COMBUST. SCI. TECHNOL. VOL 22, NO. 3-4 (1980)
177. COMMENTS. THERMAL HAZARDS FROM LNG FIREBALLS. BY GILLETTER.H. P 185-8.

IBM TECH. DISCLOSURE BULL. VOL 23, NO. 2 (JUL 198C)
178. DUAL-ION-BEAM TECHNIQUE FOR PIIHCLE-FREE THIN FILMS OF CONTROLLED THICKNESS. BY
HARPER,J.M.E. HEIBLUMM. P 321-2.

ARCH. ELEKTROTECH. (BERLIN) VOD 62, NO. 3 (MAY 1980)
179. TRANSIENT MAGNETIC FIELDS IN THE SUPERCONDUCTING ALTERNATOR. BY MILLER,T.J.E.
P 131-40.

REV. SCI. INSTRUM. VOL 51, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
180. MEASUREMENT OF TEMPERATURE. 3Y HUDSONR.P. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON,
0. C. CENTER FOR ABSOLUTE PHYSICAL QUANTITIES) P 871-81.
181. PROCEDURE FOR LOADING DIAMOND ELLSS WITH HIGH-PRESSURE SAS. BY HILLSR.L.
LIEBEN3ERG,D.i. BRONSON,J.C. SCHMIDT,L.C. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. MEX.)
P 891-5.







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REV. SCI. INSTRUM. VOL 51, NO. 7 (JUL 1982) (CONT.)
182. MEASUREMENT OF MAGNETIC CIRCULAR DICHROISM OF MATRIX-ISOLATED HIGH TEMPERATURE
MOLECULES. BY BRITTAINR. POdELL,D. VOIGTMANtE. VALAM. (STANFORD RESEARCH INST.,
INTERNATIONAL, MENLO PARK, CALIF.) P 905-10.
183. NEW HIGH PRESSURE LOW TEMPERATURE DIFFERENTIAL SCANNING CALORIMETER. BY ARNTZH.
(BOCHUM UNIV., GERMANY. ABT. FJER CHEMIE) P 965-7.
184. STABILITY DATA FOR GERMANIUM RESISTANCE THERMOMETERS AT THREE TEMPERATURES. BY
BESLEY,L.M. (COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANIZATION, SYDNEY,
AUSTRALIA. DIV. OF APPLIED PHYSICS) P 972-6.
185. CAPACITANCE CELL FOR LIQUIDS. BY JACOBS,D.T. GREERS.C. (WOOSTER COLL., OHIO. DEPT.
OF PHYSICS) P 994-5.
186. STATUS OF CARBON RESISTORS FOR LOH TEMPERATURE THERMOMETRY, (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY
RUBINL.Gi (MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH., CAMBRIDGE. FRANCIS BITTER NATIONAL MAGNET
LAB.) P 1007.

MEAS. TECH. (USSR) (ENGL. TRA4SL.) VOL 22, NO. 8 (AUG 1979)--(TRANSL. OF IZMER. TEKH.
VOL 22, NO. 8, AUG 1979)
187. CRYOGENIC PICOVOLTMETER ON THE BASIS OF A SUPERCONDUCTING QUANTUM MAGNETOMETER. BY
KRASNOPOLIN,I.YA. P 979-8G.

METALL. TRANS. A VOL 11, ND. 6 (JUN 1980)
188. EFFECTS OF HYDROGEN ON THE PRUERTIES OF IRON AND STEEL. BY HIRTH,J.P. (OHIO STATE
UNIV., COLUMBUS. DEPT. OF METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING) P 661-90.
189. THE FRACTURE STRESS OF SINGLE-RYSTAL ZINC. BY STAHL,D. MARGOLIN,H. (ARGONNE NATIONAL
LAB., ILL. MATERIALS SCIENCE DIV.) P 891-7.
190. ROOM-TEMPERATURE ELASTIC CONSTANTS AND LOW-TEMPERATURE SOUND VELOCITIES FOR SIX
NITROGEN-ALLOYED AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEELS. BY LEDBETTER,H.M. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF
STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO. FRACTURE AND DEFORMATION DIV.) P 1067-3.

TRANS. JPN. INST. MET. VOL 21, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
191. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF DUCTILE NB-BASED AMORPHOUS ALLOYS. BY MASUMOTO,T. INOUE,A.
SAKAI,S. ET AL (TOHOKU UNIV., SENDAI, JAPAN. RESEARCH INST. FOR IRON, STEEL AND OTIER
METALS) P 115-22.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 995, 43. 4 (JUN 1980)
192. STORAGE TANK WITH LIQUID INSULATOR FOR STORING CRYOGENIC FLUIDS USING WATER
DISPLACEMENT. BY MCCABE,J.S. STAFFOR0,D.C. LAVERMANR.J. (CHICAGO BRIDGE AND IRON
CO., OAK BROOK, ILL.) PATENT NO. 49,29,271.
193. APPARATUS FOR IMMERSION-COOLIN; SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY INAI,N. MIURA,A. (TOKYO SHIBAURA
ELECTRIC CO., LTD., KAWASAKI, JAPAN) PATENT NO. 4,209,657.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 996, O0. 2 (JUL 1980)
194. SYSTEMS FOR SUPPLYING TANKS WITH CRYOGEN, BY TYREEL.,JR PATENT NO. 4,211,085.
195. CRYOGENIC BREATHING SYSTEM. B3 LEONARD,R.D. HULSTYNJ. (BEATRICE FOODS CO., CHICAGO,
ILL.) PATENT NO. 4,211,086.
196. DEVICE FOR MAINTAINING A VACUJM IN A COMPARTMENT OF A ROTATING MEMBER. BY BURNIER,P.H.
(BROWN OVER! AND CO., BADEN, SWITZERLAND) PATENT NO. 4,211,087.
197. CRYOSURGICAL INSTRUMENT. BY RZASA,R.P. (CRYOMEDICS, INC., BRIDGEPORT, CONN.) PATENT
NO. 4,211,231.
198. HYDROGEN SUPPLY METHOD, BY TEITEL,R.J. PATENT NO. 4,211,537.
199. COMPRESSION OF NITROGEN OVERHEAD FROM HIGH PRESSURE COLUMN IN FRACTIONATION OF AIR. BY
SPRINGMANN,H. LINEE A.G., WIESBADEN, GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,211,544.


SECTION III. ENERGY AND MISCELLANEOUS

PIPELINE GAS J. VOL 2C7, NO. 7 (JUN 1980)
200. MIDWEST/GULF MARKETS SPUR MAP:O LPG PLAN. (PIPELINE). P 10.
201. INDONESIA TO DOUBLE LNG PLANT PRODUCTION. P 16A.
202. EL PAS3-SONATRACH PRICING PLAN SCOTCHED. P 16A.

PIPELINE GAS J. VOL 2C7, NO. 8 (JUL 1980)
203. THE NATURAL GAS/SOLAR INTERFACE. BY WHALEYT.P. (INSTITUTE OF GAS TECHNOLOGY, CHICAGO,
ILL. ALTERNATIVE FUEL SUPPLY AND APPLICATIONS RESEARCH) P 22-4.

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 25 (JUN 1980)
204. SYNFUEL FROM TAR, OIL SANDS, S-ALE SEEN PROMISING. P 86-7.
205. WORLD ETHYLENE OUTPUT TO DECLINE DURING 1980. P 95.
206. NONWATER SLURRY LINES CONSIDERED. BY SANTHANAM,C.J. DALE,S.E. NADKARNI,R.M. (LITTLE
(ARTHUR 0.) INC., CAMBRIDGE, MASS.) P 128-32+137-4k.

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 26 (JUN 1980)
207. ENERGY CONSERVATION IN OLEFIN PLANT OPERATION. BY HUANG,W. (INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS
ANALYSIS CORP., TAIPEI, TAIWAN) P 90-4+96.






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AM. GAS ASSOC. MON. VOL 62, N3. 6 (JUN 198J)
2C8. INGRAM AND LAWRENCE ATTEND LN$ CONFERENCE IN KYOTO, JAPAN. P 17.

GAS IND. VOL 24, NO. 9 (JUL 198l)
209. INTERNATIONAL LNG TRADE. (AN EXCLUSIVE GAS INDUSTRIES INTERVIEW WITH KEITH MCKINNEY,
PRESIDENT OF WESTERN LNG TERMINAL ASSOCIATES, LOS ANGELES, CALIF.). P 12+14-6+39.
21j. CURRENT D.O.E. ACTIVITIES IN SJRFACE COAL GASIFICATION. P 2 +22+24-6+39.

EROOEL KOHLE EROGAS PETROCHEM. VOL 33, NO. 5 (MAY 198;)
211. AUTOMOTIVE FUELS FROM COAL. 3Y EISENLOHR,K.H. GAENSSLEN,H. (LURGI KOHLE UND
MINERALOELTECHNIK G.M.B.H., FRANKFURT, GERMANY) P 201-7.
212. ENERGY CONSERVATION THROUGH USE OF SECOND LAW ANALYSIS. BY TIMMERHAUS,K.D. FLYNN,T.M.
COLORADOO UNIV., BOULDER. ENGINEERING RESEARCH CENTRE) P 238-14.
213. MANUFACTURE OF FUEL GAS FOR POWER GENERATION. BY ROBSON,B. THURLOW,G.G. (COAL
RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT, CHELTENHAM, ENGLAND) P 223.

WORLD OIL VOL 191, NO. 1 (JUL :980)
214. HOW TO ECONOMICALLY RECOVER MARGINAL ;AS OFFSHORE. BY HOLLYER,R.S. FOWLER,D.W. (PACE
MARINE ENGINEERING SYSTEMS IN ., HOUSTON TEX.) P 79-85.

HYDROCARBON PROCESS. VOL 6C, 40. 6 (JUN 198C)
215. SAYS COAL GASIFICATION TO SUFFER FROM DESIGN DATA INACCURACIES. P 19.

CHEM. PROCESS. VOL 43, NO. 8 (JUL 198j)
216. A NATURAL GAS LIQUEFACTION PLANT AT MELVILLE ISLAND. CALGARY, CANA3A. (A BRIEF REPORT).
P 16.

PROCESS ENG. (MAY 198J)
217. CANVEY LNG TANKS TO BE SCRAPPE.J P 5.
216. BRITISH GAS EMBARKS ON TWENTY-YEAR SNG DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME. BY SPEARM. P 27.

CHEM. WEEK VOL 127, NO. 1 (JU. 1983)
219. AT LAST, SHALE OILS TIME HAS 0COE. P 11-2.

CHEM. WEEK VOL 127, NO. 2 (JUL 1983)
220. $25-BILLION SYNFUELS PROGRAM T4KES OFrC P 12.
221. THE ROUGH ROAD TO A SYNFUELS INDUSTRY. BY BURKE,D.P. P 18-20+25+27.

MECH. ENG. VOL 102, NO. 6 (JUN 198.)
222. FUSION POWER DEVELOPMENT STATES AND PROSPECTS. BY STEINERD. (OAK RIDGE NATIONAL
LAB., TENN. FUSION ENERGY DIV.) P 48-53.

J. MECH. ENG. LAB. VOL 34, NO. 2 (IAR 198?)
223. STUDY OF HYDROGEN-FUELED ENGINES. I. PERFORMANCES OF A FOUR CYCLE SPARK-IGNITED ENGINE
WITH INTAKE PIPE-CONTINUOUS INJECTION. BY HAMAJ. OZAKI,S. SUZUKI,K. P 56-73.
224. STUDY OF HYDROGEN-FUELED ENGINES. II. PERFORMANCES OF A FOUR CYCLE SPARK-IGNITED ENGINE
WITH INTAKE PIPE-TIMED INJECTION. BY HAMAJ. OZAKI,S. SUZUKI,K. P 74-86.

ENERGY COVERS. MANAGE. VOL 23, NO. 1 (1980)
225. ON THE SELECTION OF WORKING FLJIOS FOR OTEC POWER PLANTS, BY GANISE.N. WU,J.
(ILLINOIS UNIV., CHICAG3. OEPT. OF ENERGY ENGINEERING) P 9-22.
226. COMPUTER-AIDED NUMERICAL SOLUTION FOR THE FLOW OF COMPRESSIBLE FLUID THROUGH A SERIES OF
IDENTICAL ANNULAR ORIFICES. 3Y HAWAS,M.M. MUNEERT. (GARYOUNIS JNIV., BENGHAZI,
LIBYA) P 65-73.

EPRI J. VOL 5, NO. 4 (MAY 198.)
227. TAPPING THE MAIN STREAM OF GEOTHERMAL ENERGY. BY WHITAKERR. P 6-15.
228. CHARLES HITCH APPRAISING ENERGY POLICY. EY HOPKINSONJ. P 26-9.
229. CONSERVATION D.O.E*S HIGH-PRIORITY PROGRAM. P 3C-5.






SUBJECT INDEX FOR CURRENT AWARENESS LIST NO. 708


SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE

Chemistry 131, 135

Crystal Structure and Lattice Properties
9, 11, 20, 25, 26, 31, 50, 51, 55, 58, 62, 65,
67, 85, 90, 91, 94, 102, 105, 110, 111, 128,
129, 164

Fluid Properties and Structure
4, 9, 16, 17, 31, 33, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 54.
55, 58, 59, 72, 73, 74, 81, 84, 96, 101, 114,
126, 133, 136, 139, 140, 141, 142, 159, 162,
163, 165, 166, 172

Magnetic Properties and Materials
4, 15, 23, 24, 28, 30, 34, 35, 38, 48, 53, 6f,
65, 66, 86, 93, 95, 116, 121, 122, 123, 124

Mossbauer Effect and Resonances
11, 22, 29, 110

Optical Properties
24, 69, 71, 74, 84, 97, 98, 113, 118, 130,
132, 134, 135

Polymers 137


SECTION II AND III. CRYOGElII

Aerospace Safety 177

Energy 164, 170, 179, 200 thru 229

Equipment and Devices 60, 151, 179, 195

Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and
Production
163, 165, 168, 199, 207, 212, 213, 216

Heat and Mass Transfer
6, 8, 88, 167, 174, 226

Hydrogen 170, 173, 175, 188, 198, 223, 224

Insulation
143, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 152


PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

Semiconductors 14. 19, 87, 106, 109

Sorption :0. 161

Superconductors
2. 3, 7, 10, 12, 18, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50,
51, 52, 53, 60, 67, 68, 78, 79, 80, 82, 83,
89, 91, 92, 95, 103, 104, 108, 111, 115, 116,
117, 119, 122, 123, 124, 125, 151, 179, 187,
191, 193, 196, 222

Superfluidity 5, 13, 32, 56, 57, 63, 88

Thermal Properties of Solids
1, 44. 52, 121, 127, 138

Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and
Transport Processes
6, 8, 16, 17, 32, 33, 36, 37. 39, 40, 41, 59,
114, 129, 133, 140, 159, 167, 176

Transport Properties of Solids
6, 8, 18, 19. 21, 27, 61, 65, 75, 76, 77, 106,
107, 109. 112, 120, 121, 152, 158

Other 99, 100, 101

C ENGINEERING AND ENERGY

LNG and Methane
43. 159, 177. 200 thru 218, 220, 221

Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
160, 1'5, 188, 189, 190, 191

Metrologj and Instrumentation
37, 60, 144, 146, 147, 156, 178, 180, 181,
182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187

Propulsion and Space Applications
101, 150, 154, 155, 173

Refrigeration 129, 153, 193

Storage and Handling 157, 192, 194, 195, 198

Vacuum Technoloay 196

Other 99, 100, 101, 169, 171
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