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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Cryogenic Data Center
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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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CURRENT AWAmENESS L:ST NC. 709 FAG 1I


SECTION I. LOW TMrE'fATUiE PHYSICS ADO CHEMISTRY

J. LOh TEMP. PHYS. VOL 39, NO. 3/4 (MAY 1I80)
1. A PHASE T=CNSITION CF HiGHER THAN S-CONE ORrEJ IN SMALL-K SUP-rCONJUCTOR,. BY
KIRSCHN :-R,I. SLJO,K, (i.LAND EOTVCS UNI\., bUODPEST, HUNGRY. CEF1. FGO LCW
TEMPEPATUcE PHYSICS) P 235-53.
2. HELICAL OcEFING OF SINS IN A SUPERCONDUCTOR, 3Y BULAEVSKII,L.N. RUSINOVrA.I.
KULIC,M. ACADEMYY CF SCTENCEi OF THE USSF, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 255-72.
3. QUANTLI-=EPTLbrATION TREAT1iENT OF THFRMAL E.':PGY TRANSF'" B-ETE-I ..IQUI3 (3)H; AND A
NCNPAGC-TIC SOLI,. BY TCOMBS,G.A. SHEARDF.M. PICE,M.J. (N07TI'.GIHAM UNIV., ENGLAND.
OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 273-90.
4. EXPE;IM-N'-L STUDIES OF SOLITCNS IN SUPERFLUIC (3)HE-A. BY GJULC,G.M. BARTCLACT.J,
8OZLER,H.M. UNIVERSITYY OF SOUTHERN oALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
F 291-314.
5. THE HEA' CAPACITIES CF U(I)AS(4) ANO TH(3)AS(4). BY BLAISEA. LA;NIER,R. TOC;;,t. .T
AL (tCNTRC C ETULE. NUCLEAIFTS GENOrL:-, F'ANC:) P 315-28,
6. RSISTIVITY CF hIGH-T(C), 1 AT PEkRCFNT TI-SUBSTITUTED NB(3)GE. BY CADIEU,F.J.
HAS-,K.C. (QUEENS COLL., FLUSHING, N. Y. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 32i-37.
7. NUCLEP SPIN-LATTICE RELAXATION PEASUREMENTA, IN SMALL SUPERCON.JUCTING A.uMINUM
PAiTICL-S. BY TSPF.K. MACLAUGHLINt.E. (CALIFCRNIA UNIV., RI4ERSIOE. OEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 339-62.
8. SATURATTIC EFFECTS IN THE PHONON REFLECTION AT A QUARTZ-LIQLIO HELIUM INTERFACE. BY
SCHUBSkT,H. LEIPE.RF,P. KINDE,H. (TECHNISCHE UNIV. MUNICH, GAROhING, GEkHANY.
PHYSIK-OEDT. E 101 P 363-72.
9. THE DC JOSEPHSON EFFECT FCQ SUPERCONDUCTING PROXIMITY KONDO ALLOYS. BY GILABERTtA. VAN
HAESEN3ON> K,C. VAN DEN OPIES,L. BPUYNSE;AEDE,Y. (NICF UNIV., FRANCE. LAB. DE
PHYSIQUE L: LA MATiEPE CONDENSED) P 3'3-61.
10. LOW-TEMP-EATUrE MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF HORH(4)8(4). tY OTT,H.R. WOGLF,L.O. MAPLEMB.a
JOHNSTON,O.C. (EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE, ZUnICh, SWITZEkLANO. LAB. FUER
FESTKCERPEr0HYSIK) P 363-96.
11. CNArIC5 C'F THI INT-iMUCIAT- STAT: IN A SLUPF.COQD'UCTI NG rLr-. dY GAUTHIERN. ROCHONP.
(ROYAL MILITARY COLL. OF CANADA, KINGSTON, ONTARIO. CEPT. OF PHYSICS) F 397-407.
12. A DILUTE HARD-SPHERE BOSE-GAS MOOEL CALCULATION OF LOW-CENSITY ATOMIC HYDROGEN GAS
PROPERTIES. BY FFIEND,D.G. ETTERSi.O. (CGLORADO STATE UNIV., F3RT COLLINS. C-PT. OF
PHYSICS P 409-15.
13. NMR STUD:-j CN NUCLEAR ORP.ERING IN METALLIC COPPER BELOW 1 MUK. BY EHNHOLM,G.J.
EKSTROEM,J.P. JACQUINOT,J.F. ET AL (HELSINKI UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY, ESPOO, FINLAND.
LOW TEMPERATUPc LAB.) P 411-50.
14. DEPAIciNG GCI'ICAL CUr.riN" OF (31OE-? AT ALL T MP-RATURES INCLUDING GAP DISTCRTION. BY
KLEINERT,H. FREEE UNIV. BERLIN, GERMANY. INST. FUER THEORETISCHE PHYSIK) P 451-63.

SOV. J. LOOW TEMP. PHYS. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VCL 5, NO, 10 (OCT 1979)--(TRANSL. OF FiZ, NIZK.
TEMP. VOL 5, NO. 10, OCT 1979)
15. DYNAMICS OF QUANTIZEJ VORTI;ES AN[. THE iRCBLF, OF 40RTEX FORMATION. BY KRASNUjtYU.K.
(AlCAEMY C'F SCIENCES OF THE GEORGIAN SSR, T3ILISI. INST. OF FHYSICS) P 519-21.
16. FIRST SOUND bESORPTOftJ IN LIQUID (3)HE UNCER PRESSURE, aN DYUMIN,M.E. ESELSON,6.N.
(ACADEMY CF SCI;NCi3 OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, TEMPERATURES) P 521-4.
17. THECQY OF THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY AND VISCOSITY IN HE II. BY ACAMFNKO,I.N. SLYUSAREV,V.A.
(ACOAEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF .OW
TEMPFEfATUTS) P 525-7.
18. THECF' O ;F n._FLUIIR'RIUI STATES OF NORMAL TUNNEL JUNCTIONS. BY SEMINCZHENKO,V.P.
YATEENKO,4.A. (ACADEfMY CF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTEkHNICAL
INSI. OF LOW TEMPEPATUPES) P 527-32.
19. SU"ORCONDUCTING STATES IN DISLOCATION SYSTEMS. BY NA3UTOVSKII, .M. 5HAPIRGe8.YA.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES JF THE USSR, NOJGSIBIRSK. INST. OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY) P 532-7.
20. THE S1GN OF THE INTE~FEFEN E CURRENT .O~mCNENT IN SUPERCONDUCTING TUNNEL JUNCTIONS. BY
ZCRIN,A.3. KULIK,..O. L;KHAFEV,K.K. SCHRIEFFER,J.sF. (M3)COW STATE UNIV., USSR.
CLcT. OF FHYSICS) P 537-46.
21. THE POSSIdTLITY OF EsECTRON HEATING IN SEMIMETALS OF THE 8ISHUTH TYPE. BY BAaKING.I.
SOLGOCOLOV,V.T. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF SOLID-STATE
PHYSICS) r 546-.,
22. EFFECT OF .L.CT-OrP,-HONO, SCmTTLF ING riNjCTRCPY ON THE HALL EFFECT IN MOLYBDENUM. 3Y
CHEREFANOV,V.I. STARTS V,V.E. VCLKENSHTEIN,N.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCtS OF THE USSR,
SV-EDLOVSK. INST. OF METAL PHYSICS) P 549-51.
23. LoTI(T 'Q'FCTS IN 3SI.GLL-CRYSTA. NiCKE. CEFCRME AT 4,2 K. bY KOZINETS,V.w.
OGt'IVA,C.M. KHOTKEVIH,4.I. (KHAFKOV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR) P 552-5.
24. MAGNE-IC UIJlCF-CTIILITIES ANu ELECTqONI'r .TRUFTUhES OF CU-AU Mr3 CU-PF ORCERING ALLOYS.
bY ZHUK,G.M. SF'CHKAPlEV,I.V. S UTKINA, V I. (ACAADMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKxA:N.IAN SSRi
KHAiKOV. PHYSIO;GTECHNICAL INST. CF LOW TFMPtRATURES) F 555-8.
25. INTERACTION BETWEEN HOMOGENEOUS TRANSVERSE MAGNETIZATION ANC SPIN WAVES IN A
FE.iCr IELt-Tf.IG. dY SINITSYNYU.A. TSUKf.RNIK,V.M. (ACAOFMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
UKRAINIAN Sc, KHARKOV. 13T. OF RADIO PHYSICS AD i.LECT;ONICS) P 559-63.






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SOV. J. LOh TFMP. PHYS. (FNiGt. TRANSL.) VOL 5, NO. 10 (OCT 1979)--(TfANSL. (CONT.)
26. DYNAMIC P-CPL-TIES JF INCCMMENSURAT E:TRUCTUkES IN tERRO.L-.CTFI. C YSTALC. BY
VFTOOVtS.YA. VTYURINA.N. POPKOV,YU.A. SHABANOJ,V.F. (ACADEMY 3F SCIENCES OF THE
USSR, KRASNOYARSK. INST. OF PHYSICS) 0 56--7.
27. TPANSDORT FMErNOIENA IN DENSE ONE-COMPONENT SYSTEMS. SIMPLE CRYOGENIC LIQUIDS. BV
AZNAKAEV,F.G. (KIEV INST. OF CIVIL AVIATION ENGINEERING, UKRAINIAN SSR) P 567-72.
26. ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE ON THE POSSIBILITY OF THE EXISTENCE OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AT POOH
TIMFERATUF.. BY ..NTONOWICZ,K. RCZVACOVSKAYA,K. (MIKOLAJ KOFERNIK UNIV., TORUN,
POLAND. INST. OF PHYSICS) F 573-5.
29. OPTICAL PUMPING OF NONEQUILIdRIUM MAGNONS IN THE ONE-DIMENSIONAL ANTIFEnGOMAGNET
CSMNCL(3)-2H(2)0, 6Y OOKASHENKO,V.P. ERcMENKOV.V. MATYUaHKINE.. (ACaGEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOk TEMPERATUkES)
P 576-7.
30. LOw-TEfPE-ATUCE MAGNETIC TRANSITIONS IN CRTHORHOM31, MA14GANESE AnS-rN!CE BY
GRIBANOV,I.F. ZAVAOSKIIE.A. SIVACHENKO,A.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN
SSR, CONETEK. INST. OF TECHNICAL PHYSICS) P 577-9.
31. THE KHARKCV SEMINAR ON NCNSTATIONARY PHENOMENA IN SUPERCONDUCTORS. JULY 10-19, 1979. BY
KULIK,I.O. YANSON.I.K. P 580-1.
32. IS4AK MARKOVICH KHALATNIKCV (ON HIS SIXTIETH BIRTHDAY). P 582.

SOV. J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 5, NO. 11 (NOV 19741--(TRANS3. OF FIZ. NIZK.
TEMP. VOL 5, NO. 11, NOV 1979)
53, TILTEu VORTICES IN SuPERCONOUCTORS (REVIEW>. BY MINENKO,E.V. KULIKI.O. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOd. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES)
P 583-601.
34. EQUILISKIUM VORTEX LATTICE IN A ROTATING SUPERFLUID. BY KRASNOV9YU.K. (ACADEMY OF
SCIeNCES OF 'hE GFORGIAN SSR, TBILISi. INST. CF PHYSICS) P 602-5.
35. A THEORY OF CURRENT INSTABILITIES OF A CHARGED LIQUID HELIUM SURFACE. BY MONARKHA,YU.P.
SOKCLOV,S.S. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR~ KHARKOV. PHYSICCTECHNICAL
INST. OF LOW TEMFEPiATUPES) P 605-9.
36. SUPERCONDUCTING FROFERTIES OF V/AL-AL(X)O(Y)-PB TUNNEL JUNCTIONS, bY RYBALCHFNKO,L.F.
(ACAODEY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN S3R, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTLCHNISAL INST. OF LOW
TEMPERATURES) P 610-5.
37. NONLINEAR ABSOFRTION OF A STRONG ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE IN A SEMICONDUCTOR. BY
GLAZMAN,L.I. TIUKERNIK,V.M. (ACAODMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LCW TEMPERATURES) F 616-9.
38. THEORY OF TUNNEL BREAKDCHN IN AN EXCITONIC DIELECTRG.C BY BATYEV,E.G. 6ORISYUK,V.A.
(ACACeYT CF SCIENCES OF THE USSk, NOVOSIBIRSK. INST. FOR SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS)
F 620-3.
39. INFLUENCE OF A MAGNETIC FIELD ON THE ATTENUATION AND SPEED CF SOUNJ IN TIN. eY
GAICUKOV,YU.P. VASILEV,A.N. LYUBIMOV,A.G. (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR) P 623-5.
o0. LATTICE HcAT CAPACITY AND THERMAL VIBRATIONS OF RARE-GAS CRYSTALS. BY ZAiOCHENTSEV,E.V.
TCLPYuOK.e. TROITSKAYA,E.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKFAINIAN bSR, DONETSK.
PhYSICOTEZCrPlICAL INST.) P 626-30.
41. .UW-TEMPE-fATU9F HEAT CONDUCTION OF LAYEREC DBL(2) CRYSTALS UNDER UNiAXIAL COMPRESSION,
BY ANCES,-t.E. VOLCHOK,I.V. (ACADEMY OF SCI.NCS3 OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOH TEMPERATURES) P 360-2.
42. LOCAL HEATING IN DISLOCATION ENSEMBLES AT LOW TEMPERATURES. cY MALYGuN,G.A. ACADEMYY
OF SCIENCES CF ThE USSR, LENINGr-AC. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P o33-'.
43. TrANSPORT PHENOMENA IN LENSES BINARY SYSTEMS. MIXTURES OF SIPPL. CFYObtNIC FLUIDS, BY
AZN-KMEV,E.G. (KIEV INST. OF CIVIL AVIATION ENGINEERING, UKRAINIAN SSRI P 637-40.
14. INVESTiGATIGC OF THE MO6ILITY AND CURRENT-VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS 3F SURFACE ELECTRONS
IN HE.IUM. BY ESELSON,B.N. kYBALKOA.S. UKRAIrjI.N SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTGCHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 641-3.
45. PHENOMENOLOGICAL LAGRANGIAN OF SPIN WAVES IN SPATIALLY-uISOROERED MECIA. BY VOLKOVD.V.
ZHELTUKHINA.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSP, KhARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST.) P 6L3-5.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 15, NO. 3 (JUL 1980)
46. FINNING OF SUPERFLUIG VORTICES TO SURFACES, WY HEGOE,S.G. GLA3EFSGN,W.I. (KUTGERS
UNIVL. PISCATAWAY, N. J. DEFT. OF PHYSICS P 190-3.
47. KONCO-LIKE STATE IN A SIMPLE MODEL FOR METALLIC GLASSES. BY ZAWADOWSKI,A. (ILLINOIS
UNIV., URcANA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 211-4.

PHYS. RtV. L[TT. VOL 45, NO, 4 (JUL 1j80)
48. DYNAPIGAL SCALING AND CRITICAL-POINT UNIVERSALITY OF FLUIDS. dY bURSTYN,h.C.
SENGERS,J.J. (MARYLAND UNIV., COLLEGE PAFK. INST. FOR PHYSICAL SCIENCE AND TECH'.JLOGY)
O 259-52.
49. OBSERVA'ICN CF A NEW SOUND-ATTENUATION PEAK IN SUPERFLUID (3)HE-8. aY GIANNiTTA,R.W.
AIONENA. POLTUPAKE. ET AL (BELL LAaS., MURF.AY HILL, N. J.) P 262-5.
50. MEAUF.ME;METS CF HIGH-FEEUuENCY SOLNC[ PROPAGATIU.4 IN (3)4E-B. dY MASTD.6. SnRMA,8.K.
OWEnS-BFADLEY,JR. ET AL (NORTHWESTERN UNIV., LVANSTON, ILL. CEPT, OF PHYSICS AND
ASTRONOMY) P 266-9.






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PHYS. RLV. LETT. VOL -5, NO. 4 (JUL 1980) (CONT.,
51. RE-NTRANT LOCK-IN TRANSITION OF ThE ChARGE-DiNSITY 4AVE IN 2H-TASE(2) AT hIGH PiESSURE.
3v MC AN,D0.f. FLErING,R.M. MONCTCND.E. CISALVO,F.J. (EELL LAdS., MURRAY HILL, N.
J.) P 2o0-72.
=2. OBSE;VAT.CN OF THF SATURATION OF THE LONGITUwINAL THrPMAL MAGNITO-:SISTIVITY OF
FOTASSIUM, (2.4 K). fY FLETCHER,R. (UUEEhL UNIr., KINGSTON, JNTARIO. CEPT. OF
PHYVICS). P 27-90.

PMYS. ,.J,. A VOL 22, NO. 2 (AUG 1980)
53. FAYLEIGH-3-ILLCUIN SPECTRUM OF COMPRESSEO HI, NE, ANL AR. I. SCALING. BY
GHAEM-;IAGHI 1,V. MAY,A.D. (TOPONTO UNIV., CNTARIO. DEPT. OF tPYSiCS) P 6,2-7.
54. caYLEIGH-.tILLOUIN SPECTRUM OF COHPREiSEC He, NE, ANu AR. II. THE 4Y(FOOYNAMIC REGION.
BY GHAjM-'iMGhMI,V. iAYA.D. (TORONTO UNIV., ONTAoIO. EFPT, OF PHYSICS) P 68-J-75.
55. THE.CY OF CfrYE ABSSCRfTICK AT ThE CRITICAL LIOUID-VAPOR TRANSITION. Y GiANNESS3IC.
(PISA UNIJ., ITALY. ISTITUTO b FISICA) P 7t0-13.
56. LOCATION OF SURFACE OF TENSION IN ARGON LIQU0O-VAPOR INTERFACE NEPk THE TPIFLE POINT.
BY LANG,1.-F, (IOW UNIV., IOWA CITY. OEPT, CF CHEMISTRY) P 758-64.

J. ChhE. PHYS. VCL '3, NC. 1 (JUL 1960)
57. FA3 INF-,AE3 SPEC'RA OF VAN CcR WaALS MOL-CULES IN HCL-NOBLE GAS MIXTURES; (100-300 K).
?V 3u00i,.A. VAN DEc ELSKENJ. (AMSTEuOAM UNIV., NrTHERLANDS. LAB. FOq PHYSICAL
CHEMIST-Y) P 15-20.
58. VOLGUF AMLE TEM PEnATUlE JEEIJCENCE OF THE =AMAN SPEC'UM IN FhASSE II Gr SOLIC CH(k). BY
?EDINi,F.O. (NOPTHEASTERN UNIV., BOSTON~ MASS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 77-60.
59. NUCLEbR SFIN-LATTIC-E r-LAXATION AND SITE SYMMETRY IN PHASE 1i OF S3LI0 CH(4). bY
CALVANI,P. CE LUCA,F. (-O"E UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO ul FISICA) P 1o7-71.
60. INTRAIOLFLULA- NOCNPDIATIVE TRANSITIONS OF GASEOUS SMALL MOLECULES. oY TAKArASHI,K.
(KINKI UN'V., HIGASHI-OSAKA, OSAKA, JAPAN. 3EPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 309-15.
61. AE INhTIO aN GOFCON-KIM INTE, MCOL CULAR PCTENTIALS FOR TWO NITROGEN MGLEGULES. BY
REE,F.H. 4INTEP,N.ow. (CALIFOPNIA UNIV., LIVECMORE. LAWFENCE LIVERMORE LA8.)
P 322-3b.
52. NEW LGH-T'MPEkATUFE CkYSTALLI'E PHASE OF FEmrOCS'?E ISOMORPHOUS T3 COThORHOMBIC
RUTHENOi;N'-. BY EEkAFP,J.-F. CAL VAIN,;. WEIGES,D. ET A. (ECOLE CENTRAL UES ARTS ET
MANLFACTU4ES, CHA'IEAY-MALA3RY, FRANCE. LA3. DE CHIMIE-PHYSIQUE DU SOLIOLI P 4.3-*1.
63. OIEECTRIC THEORY FCR PGLAR MOLECULES WITH FLUCTUATING POLARIZAdILITY. BY HOYEJ.S.
STELL,G. (TRONCHEIP UNIV., NORiAY. INST. FOF THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 4i-6.
64. PFE Tu- u'NT:'M THEORY AND THE THEiMCDYNAMIC PPOFEP.TIES CF FLUIDS. I. GENERAL THEORY. BY
KEPLEY,G.I. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. MEX. THEORETICAL OIV.) P 4b'-77.
65. PEFTU-BATION THEORY AND THE THEFMCDYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS. II. THE CkIS MODEL. 3Y
Kt-LEY,G.I. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB, N. HEX. THEORETICAL DIV.) P 478-66.
66. FF T L -3TIO7: THEORY Af.D T.E THFFPCOYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS. III. INVERSE-POWER AND
6-12 POTENTIALS. t6 KERLEY,G.I. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAE., N. MEX. THEORETICAL
OIV.) P 487-94.
67. EXPEFIM.NTAL STUDIES OF NUCLEATION IN NEAC-ChITICAL LIQUID MIXTUPES. BY HOLANG,R.G.
WGNG,N.-C. KNOBLEP,C.M. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES. OEPT. OF CHE91iSTY)
P 522-31.
6b. PHA$. TmANSITION _FFLCTS A CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TEMPERATURE
DT-PENC-NCG CF THE CmYSTAL STFUCTUFE OF THE 1-1 CHARGE TRANSFER COMPLEX BETWiEN
ANT-FACENE AND TETRACYANO'rNZENE IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 297 TO 119 K. 3Y
STEZOS3KIJ.J. (STUTTGAfT UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER OnGANISCHE 3HEMIE, BIOCH.MIE UND
ISOTOPENFC;CSCHLNGI P c3e-'.
69. ENTHALPIES OF SUSLIMATION AND VAPOR P;FESURES OF 2,2-bIS-li,3-DITHI3LE (TTF)
7,7,8,7 -TETRACYsNOQUINODIIHETHANE (TCNQ), AND TTF-TCNQ (1-1). dY DE KRUIF,G.G.
GOV-PS,H.A.J. (UTmKCHT hIJKSUNIVzRSITEIT, NETHLELANDS. GENERAL C4EMISTRY LA6,)
P 553-5.
70. PFLAXATIONAL COMPRESSIBILITY IN LIQUID WATEK. BY ENOOH. (NATIONAL DEFENSE ACADEMY,
TOKCSUKA, JAPAN. DEPT. OF APPLIED PHYSICS) P 5-0-1.

APPL. PHVS. LETT. VOL 36, NO. 12 (JUN 1380)
71. GENERATION AND MEASUREMENT OF ULTRASHORT CURRENT PULSES AITH JOSEPHSON DEVICES. BY
FARIS,S.M. (ITM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 1005-7.
72. A JC.SrtPHSO ULTRAHIGH-PESOLUTION SAMPLING SYSTEM, BY TUCKEMAN,O.B. (IBM WATSON
RESEA-GH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 1008-10.
73. UGxIIZEa ;MOrFPCUS-SIl.ICCN UPEAGCNCUCTING TUNNEL JUNCTION BARRIERS. BY RUGLM.N,D.A.
dEASLEY,M.R. (STANFORD UNIV., CALIF. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1010-3.

APPL. PHYS. LETT. VOL 37, NO. 1 (JUL 1980)
74. OPTICALLY PUMPEC LASER ACTION AT 77 K IN GAAS/GAINP DOUBLE HETEROSTRUCTURES GROWN BY
MOLECULA0 5EAV EPITAXY. 3Y SGOTT,G.a. RC8tETS,J.S. LEE,R.F. (PHILIPz RESEARCH LABS.,
RFOHILL, ENGLANC) P 30-2.
75. FABRICATION OF 300-ANGSTO1M METAL LINES WITH SUBSTRATL-STEP TECHNIQUES, BY FR03ER,O.E.
FEUEC,M.D. GIO;DANC,N. (YALE UNIV., NEW HAVEN, CONN. BECTON CENTER) P 9--6.






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J. AFFL. OH fS. WOL El, NC. 7 (JUL 1980)
76. LOOP INDUCTANCE OF A JOSEPHSCN JUNCTION INTEQFEROMETEP. ti ChANG,,4.H. (E1V hATSON
.ESEA-iH CENTER, YCmGTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) 3801-b.
77. THE EFFEC' OF C-MAGN':IZA"ION ON THE .DOLY-CUFRENT LJO.S IN A S: uLE-LAYEREL.
MUL'.FIL!McNTmRY SUP FtCNCUUCTING COIL. BY SUMIYJO3nI,F. IRIE,F. YOSHIOA,K. (KYUSHU
UNIV., FUKUCKA, JAPAN. uEPT. OF ELECTRONICS) P 3607-11.
78. TEMCEr.ATU E LEPENCE.tC OF THE MINIMUM IN AC FUHw-' LOSSES OF (NB(0.99)ZR(0.01)) (3)SN IN
PfARALLEL 'L rr) 'C 'l-i' I'_- C CitLS 7, oY N. Y. ASUCIATEO UriIVEcSiTIES INC.) P 312-5.
7. THE TEMPE'ArL:E CFPFlUEf.%i ,F OFTICA~ A.j -L .n .Al, Lk 'ao ErTi :, uF TL(3). ,SF(. J. dY
EW3ANK,M. r.-l .h,P, ,'T ,,, ,T AL (.-OC .< -.- IrJTEr.AT: ) ;4 CC.P'. TH 'J_ :AND
OAK5, CA-IF. SCIENLG C-!N'TF P 3843,-52.
d0. ThE FPEOA.T-CN A'h. P OPERTIES CF CE(6), SMl(b), ANC GO(6). 3Y TANAKA,T.
:SI7t ,-. JiMl ,r.. :v L ( aT iCrAT C I. :.. f r. iSr I IN iNC-G;ANIC MATE,. ALS,
ISAtAKI, JA ANI P 3?77-3.,
81. MUNITC TNG IN SITU ;-TOPTINu PPCC:SSCS 3J OiL SHALE EY ReFLrCT:f) AN[ TcANSMITTEG
fLECT-.' F':iC WVt'.. c' hCrG,3.H. DOUiCw J.E. (.i.(- -:0 LT;TE J'inv.. FarT ,CLLINS.
DEP'. OF ELECT.RCAL ENGi lEEcING) P 3953-E.
82. TH-,;OYLV;t'TC EN-;G CONV1TSICN EFFICIENC:ES. reviewW). BY LANOSB3-G,F.T. TONGEG.
(SOLTm1 Jr ;1 t j. A P- l'J.

SCIENCE VCL 209, -O. -,*55 (JUL 1980)
83. WATER~ EVI.SITcE. 9V STILLINGEF,F.H. (PELL LA9S., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P ,51-7.
84. CHANiNG oLOEAL SEA ,iV:LS S A GEOLOGIC INDEX. (OTHER OIL COMPAII ES ARE ADOPTING
EXXCNS NEW AIC TO FINDING GIL ANC NOW ACCEMIC FSEARtHE-S ARE ALSO SEEING ITS3 OCTH).
BY YEx,^.,. a 4c3-6.

SI'N(E Vu- 20W, NC. 4456 (AUG 1960)
d5. GUANTUU ,,-f:,FEOLjITI ~,j A l. r..F NTi''. 5Y 6AGINSKII,V. VGRONTSO V, .I. THCINE,K.S.
(MOSCOW ,-T'E UNIV., USS;. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 547-57,
86. GLOEAh. 2000 RcPCT vISION OF A GLOOMY WORLC. 3Y CARTIR,L.J. P 575-0.

OHYS. LET'. A VOL 75, NO. 1 (JUL 191O)
87. THE 3ARNFTT EFFECT IN SUPEr PARIS, FFANCE. GrOLPE Oc "HVJIQUc 0ES SOLIODS) P b5-7.

REP. cOGG. G HYS. VOL -3, N0. 5 (MAY 1980)
88. A15-TYPE SU EFrCCNCUGTOF~. bY MULLE.,J. (GENEVA UNIV., SwITZERLANj. OEPT. GE PHYSIQUE
3' LA MAT-i.-E CCNDENSEE) P 641.

PHYSICAL (UT=ZChT) A JCL 101, NO. 2-3 (MAY 1960)
59. DERIVATION OF THE GENERALIZED ENSKOG EQUATION FuO A GAS OF HARf SPHErES WITh A STEP
FEPLLS.IVE jARClc. 5Y DOMA nADZK. J.A. (WAOSAW UNIV., POLAND. INST. OF GEOPHYSICS)
P 3,1-7.,
90. tlNVCSTTGATIO OF MULTIPLE SCATTERING CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE DEFOLARIZATION OF LIlHT
SCATTE.EC EC CA6SON iiOXIJE AND XENCN IN THE CRITICAL REGION. I. BASIC THEORETICAL
FCRMLLAL MNG EXPERIMENTAL GATA, B1 TkADPENIERS,N.J. MICHELS,A.C. BOOTS,H.M.J.
hUIJS-ER,..H. (MMSTr-:OAM UNIV., NETHE'LANCS. VAN D0k WAALS LAB.) P 431-58.
31. VA CL'-LIQUIC AND GaS-GAS EQUILIBPIA IN SIMPLE SYSTEMS. V. THE SYSTEM NEON-XENON. 6Y
CEEtkENB t:G,A. JCHOLTEN,J.A. TRAPPENIEFS,N.J. (AMSTERJAM UNIV., NETHE;LANDS. VAN DER
WAALS LAS.) P '59-~-6.
92. ANOMALOUS BEHAVIOUR OF THE THERMAL CCNDUCTIVITY AND THE VISCOSITY IN THE SUFERCCOLEO
FIGION AS DETERMINEC gY HMJE-MODE COUPLING, bY PAPON,P. MEIJER,P.H.E. (ECOLE
SUPERIEURE OE PHYSIQUE ET OE CHIMIE, PA2IS, FANGE) P 477-90.
93. ON CC.-'I7T :C-: CF .auPF7 CO:NJUCT:IjI'Y AND FRCMAG J.TISM. BY 60GOLLaOV,N.N.,JR
ERMILOV,A.N. KUcEATC4,,.M. ACADEMYY OF SCIE:LNCE OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. MATHEMATICAL
INST.) P 13-26.

PHYSI.A (UTF PhT) B+C VOL 100, NO. 1 (APR 19-0)
94. CN THE VALENCF CF EL IN EU-;T COMFOLNODS BY DE GRAAF,H. THiIL,R.C. BUSCHCW,K.H.J.
(LEIOEN PIJKSUNIVEkSITEIT, NETHERLANDS. KAMERLINGH ONNES LAb.) P 81-7.
95. ON 'HE PRf.SENCE OF THE ZEO POINT ENERGY NOISE TERM IN TrHRMAL NOISc. (LcTTER TO THE
LCITCF). aY VAN CEF ZI-iL,. GONG,J. KRLLL,W.. ET AL (FLORIDA UNIV., GAINESVILLE.
DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 97-8.

APPLE. PHY,. VOL 22, NO. 2 (JUN 1980)
96. SIUPP-f NCuCTIuVlITY OF THE 3APb (i-X) I(X)O( ) SYSTEM. BY THANH,T.O. KOMAA. TANAKA,S.
(TOKYG LNIV., JAPAN. OPT. OF APPLIFO PhYSICS) P 205-12.

J. PHYS. C VCL 13, NO. 15 (MAY 1980)
97. cFSI-_A'iCF FLUCTUATIONS IN O1SOr~GC=LO ON-:-DIMtLNS:CNAL GON UCTORj3 (L TTER TO THE
iGITCt -Y Ad !AHm,. -i7. STL PHcN,M.J. (i-UTG-RS UNIV., PISCATAiAY, No J. SERIN FrlYSICS
LAd.) F L377-81.






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J. "HYS. C VCL 13, NO. 15 (MAY 1980) (UONT.)
S. 'JUM^I.lAL STLcZ-3 OF INJE- : LOCALISATION LENGT- IN CNE OIMEr.SIQN. (LETTER TO THE
t7I'CRI. SY 6NJERECK, .S. A3RAHAMS,E. (RUTGE.S UNIV., PISCATAWAY, N. J. SERIN
%YSICS LA3.) P L383-9.
99. I C .t-T.-L-FI -L THEO'R FC" PCL miULAI nYO'r.CGL-. IN SOLIS. 3Y DARBY,M.I.
pF- lL'r,. T.T- I..':NOPC'JL :U, TuYLOC.K.' ..C. (SC.LFC-' UPMI:., ENGLAND. iEiT. OF PHYSICS)
F 2e81-.

J. PmYS. C VCL 13. NO. 1V (JUN 19$0)
100. THE1?AL C..:1ICN OF ':E'A S:LJ'r. iOUI2E AT Lrw TE":PERATURES. BY HAr4 EVY,G.
C.E'CHEC,N.ri. (N;E ENGLAND UNIV., ARMIDALE, AUSTRALIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 2969-73.

J. PHYS. C VCL 13, NO. 1i ( JUn 19g0)
101. EVA.LtLTION GF r' T:'INSFC'T FAri.A'M,' PS CF SUFP=FL'JIC (3)ri. FY C00- FLE,M. ERANDH.
G.ArAr'",-. (ESSEN UNIV., GE3MANY. FACHdEREICH PHYSIKS) P 3337-55.
102. INC-EASEL ;r-ISTANCE cELOW T'hE SU E%'C ,DUCTNG TrwANS:TION IN LRANU,.A METALS. BY
A i ;N :,C.J. 'rCMAS,J.M.u. OUNGCM.W. (CAMERIJG: UNIV., ENGLAND. CAVENOISH LAB.)
F 34,7-3C.

7. PHYS. E VCL 38, NU. L. (160)
103. TH- PLI--: c-CNCF. MOi'L FG;; LIQUIu (-)H- AT LOW 'MP~ELATU.ES. SY SCHULZ,N. RISTIGM.L.
(KOLN UNI:., GERMANY. INST. FUEn TMnORETISCHz PIYSIK) P 293-8.

J. DHYS. (PAIS) LETT. VOL -1, NO. 12 (JUN 1980)
104. NUCLEATION ANG ORIENTATION OF (4)HE CRYSTALS. BY BALIBAR,S. CASTAING,B. LAROCHE,C.
(EOCL NOP-1AL-_ SUPERIEUFE, PAFIS, FRANC:. GROUP D0 PHYSIQUE OES SOLIDS) P L-283-6.

CZECH. J. PHYS. SEC. B (ENG.. TRANSL.) VCL 30, NO. 5 (1980)
105. SIMcLE PAIT- POTENTIAL PODEL FOK REAL FLUICS. dY NEZBEDAI. (CZEC4OSLOVAK ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES, PRAGUE. INST. OF CHEMICAL PROCESS FUN.AM:-NTALS) P 4da-7.
106. SCATT-RINb OF FHOTONS ON PLASMONS IN SU'ER.GhONLuTORS. BY NAGY,M. (CZEGHOSLOVAK ACADEMY
OF SCIENCES, qBATISLAVA. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 552-62.

SOV. PHYS. USP. (-.4UL. TRANSL.I VOL 22, NO. 4 (APR 1979)--(TRANSL. OF USP. FIZ. NAUK VOL
127, NO. 4, APF 1979)
107. RECENT EVENTS IN THF PHYSICS OF HIGH PRESSURES. dY STISHOV,S.M. P 263-5.

SOV. PHYS. USP. (LNbL. T ANSL.) VOL 22, NO. (MAY 19791--(TRANSL. OF USP. FIZ. NAUK VOL
12i8, NO. 1. MAY 197')
168. ELECTRIC FIELDS AND COLLECTIVE OSCILLATIONS IN SUPERCUNOUUCTOR. BOf A4TEMENKOS.N.
VOLKOVA.F. (AZLAEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE LS3r, MOSCOW. INST. OF RACIO ENGINEERING AND
ELECTRONICS) P 295-310.
139. NONLINtEAP rFFCCTS IN THE DROPAGATION OF HIGH-FREQUENCY SOUND IN NORMAL CONDUCTORS. BY
GALFERN,YU.M. GUREVIH,V.L. KOZUBV.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSims LENINGRAD.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INCT.) P 352-67.

SOV. PHYS. DCKL. (ENGL. TOANS..) VOL 26, NO. 11 (NOV 1979)--(TRANSL. OF DOKL. AKAD.
NAUK. SSSc SEP. FIZ. VOL 24, NO. 11, NOV 1979)
110. CRITICAL :.atqMETERS OF A SUPERCONCUCTUR JLRING FIELD EMISSION OF ci.ECTRONS. BY
LITVINOV,7.A. MESYAtS,G.A. STARCgINET3,A.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, TOMSK.
INST. OF HIGH CURRENT ELECTRONICS) P 927-8.

SCV. FHYS. SOLID STATE (ENGL. TRANSL.) VGL 21, NC. 12 (DEC 19791--(TRANSL. OF FIZ.
TVERD. TELA VOL 21, NO. 12, DEC 1979)
111. DETECTION OF ANOMALOUS SOFTENING CF THE SUPEECONDLCTING COMPOUND ZkV(2). BY KARFCsE.S.
PAPIRCV,I.I. PUShKAREV,E.A. FINKEL,V.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN 5Si,
KHARKCV. PHYSICCTELH.IIGAL INST.) P 2050-1.
112. STATIC IMPURITIES IN STRCNGLY ANISOTROPIC SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY MORDZOWZA.I. (ACAjEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MCSCOW. INST. OF RADIO ENGINEERING AND AUTOMATION) P 2077-8.
113. POSSIBLE STATES OF SYSTEMS WITH SIMULTANEOUS COOPER AND INSULATING AIRING. BY
MOLCTKOV,S.N. TIHERCGiF.KH. (ACADEMY OF SCI-NCES 3F THE US3SF, MCSOh. INST. OF
ELECTFONIC TECHNOLOGY) P 2081-3.
114. DAMPING OF ELASTIC HAVES IN IMPUE CRYSTALS. (77-300 K). BY LEMANOV,.V.. PETROV,A.V.
AKHMEDZHANOVF.R. NASYROV,A.N. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, LENINGrAD.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 2117-20.
115. ELECTPONIG THFIVAL CONDUCTIVITY OF PBTE FILMS. (77-300 K). BY BOIKOVYU.A.
GOLTSMAN,9.M. SHMURATOV,E.A. (ACADEMY CF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, LENINGRAD.
PrYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 2156-7.

SOV. PHYS. SOLIC STATE (ENGL. TRAhSL.) VOL 22, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)--(T .ANSL. OF FIZ. TVERD.
TELA VOL 22, NO. 1, JAN 1980)
11.. INFLUENCE OF A tAGNtTIC FIELD ON THE COf:TRIBUTIONS OF THE SUBLATTI3ES TO THE FARADAY
EFFCT AN YTTRIUM ION GA'-NET Y(3)FE(5)O(12). (e0-600 K). BY IVASHINTSOVAV.L.
PlSAREVR.V. (ACAODEM OF SCITNCES OF THE USSR, LENINGRAD. PHY ICOTECHNICAL INST.)
P 43-4.






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SOV. PHYS. SCLIC STtTE (FNGL. TRAASL.) 4VOL 2?, OJ. 1 (JAN ijbO)--(T AiiSL. OF (CONT.)
117. tLF.CT 'O.e S9T UCTu=F "FT i.LL- N._.JL TO-.. -MA f T NJiTIO i(j ;, TrJCTU U .L> DISuRJ3ERE
V NA IUF O10XICE. (77-360 K). BY MOKEiROVt.G. BOEGISHEV,A.R IGA;ATtV,A.S. P 53-7.
118. CcNCI'TCN- c: r Tr ocrGANC-:0- OF IPATIAL..v' IrIHMOSENEOU'S 1TTETS IN 3UPE CON[UCTO F UNDEP
LdS-- ;UN CFI_'fc CC ::'l 'r' iY uGL CVASPmKi,,A.. :- L'.1 I .F. I J NF I, .,C.M. ET AL
(ACAfEIY SCIENCES OF THE USSR, miICOn. INST. OF PHYSICS) P E0-3.
119. MAG1;, 'Ir "7A1E i _L -.: FC CNc- LTV. .v' OF SMA..L J4l'ADIU" P4,TICL:S, YY MOrCZOV,YU.G.
(ACAD7'MY OF TLIENCES OF THE USS-, CHeNOGCLJVKA. INST. OF CHE.'ICAL PHYSICS) P 113-4.
120. THR'7HCL' CO PA-;ME"'IC 7YCITATICO OF S :, W*dEZ :TN IQOH YTTPIU:" GA-rNET AT LC4
7T '1FE-ATU-c" ov Z 1- '4YUK .S. MELVC4,9G.A. CHrE rEP-hvr ,V. (Ki L 7ATE UNIV.,
UKRAINIAN SSc) F 124-5.
121. CC'j7UCTIV:TY OF INHCMOGENNEOUS FILMS NEAR THE 3UPETRCONOUCTIIN, TRANSITION POINT. BY
GALF-IN,VU.r,. KOZUbr.I. MEUOEVA,Z.G. SKAL,A.S. ACADEMYY OF SCIF.ACLE OF THE USSR,
LENINGRA.. FnYSICO'ECHNICA-l INST.) P 1.46-7.
122. ~F'SISTIV: ITA'T OF 'LIP-C^NLUCTO, dOY IVL-V,9.I. KCPNIN,N.2. M-SLOVA,L.A. ACADEMYY
OF SCi~'-r CF Ti--c -.S, Crl-.-NOGGi.OVKA INST. OF THtOR.TICAL -HYEICS) P 149-S l.
123. IMCAGETIC ANL DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF N:CKEL-IODINE eORACITE, BY 8ATUROV,L.N.
ZO7'iN,-.V. ALSHIN,c.I. YARMUKHAMEDOVYU.N. (Ai--UNION StIENrIFI3 rESEAAGH INST. OF
PHYSILOT7HNICAL AN' KAOIO ENGINEERING MEASUtEMENTS, MOSCOW, USSf) P lb6-7.
124. ELA4TIC :-OCA1TI:: CF MHN(;31(3) IN TrE T-M -.ATUk. rfANG- 20-400 K .Y IST CI'NA,Z.A.
ZINCVfVCA,. P. ANJkEEVA,L.P. ET AL (URALS FOLYTECHNIC INST., SVERDLOVSK, USSR)
P 1E7-8,
125. CHAqACTERIjTIC FeATUre.S OF THE T.MPERATUrET D-.PENGLNCE OF THE cLTzTRIC FIELO GRACIENTS IN
A-1iS INT LM-.TAI..C BY 4ATUKHIN,V.L. SAFIN,I.A. SHAMR4AI,V.F. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
OF THE USS:, KAZAN. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) o 170-1.

OFT. SPEKT.OSK. VOL '49, NO. E (JUN 1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
126. STULY ON VIBRATION ANC RCTATION SPECTRA OF H2 AND 02 IN SOLUTIONS IN THE TEMPERATURE
REGION OF 90 K-313 K. dY OPLOVA,N.C. POZDNYAKOA,...A. P 1086-93.

PHYS. MT. ETALLOGR. (CNGL. TFANSL.) VOL 4', NO. 2 (1979)--(TRANSL. OF FIZ. MET.
MLTALLO~JC. VCL L', NO. 2, 19791
127. MAGNETIC PRCFERTIES OF ORDERING ALLOYS FE(PO(1-X)AU(X))(3). (4-500 K). 6Y KARPOJ,YU.G.
SIDORENKO,F.A. VERESHCHAGIN,YU.A. ET AL (UCALS POLYTECHNIC INST., SVELuLOVSK, USSR)
P 44-r.
128. ,'CLE CF MNGANh-E; A," ALUMINiUM IN ALTERii G Tn' CRYSTALLINE ST;,UCTJFE OF MAPFTNSITE
HEATED IN THE LCW-TEMPERATURE RANGE. BY DRACHINSKAYA,A.G. LYSAK,V.I. STORCHAKN.A.
(ACAC~NY OF SCIENCES OF TrHE UKPAINIAN SSR, K:EV. INST. OF PETAL PrYSICS) P 80-6.
129. SOLUBILITY OF HYDROGEN IN IROh, PLATINUM AND THEIR ALLOYS AT PRESSURES UP TO 67 KBAR.
BY bELAdHI.T. ANTONOV,V.Y;. PONYATOVSKII,YE.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR,
MOSCCW. INST. CF SCLID STATE PHYSICS) P 114-8.
130. ON Tr- TE PEATU=F -EPE.jCFt.L. OF THE INTrh.SITY ANO KINETICS OF ThINNING DEVELOPMENT
LURING CYNAMIC EXTENSION OF SILICON IRON. (77-673 K). BY FINKEL,V.M. SAVELYEV,A.M.
KCR=OL;V, A. *, P i11-9.
131. FEATURES OF lnEF FESISITIvI'Y CF u-P;O3lIUM-SANARIUM ALLCVS. (4-250 K). BY ILINAI.K.
GALKINA,U.S. KONDOImSKi.iY-.I. (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR) P 1I3-5.

J. PHYS. CrHE,. SOLICS VOL 41, NO. 6 (1980)
132. ELECT IGAL RESISTIVITY AN3 MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY STUDIES OF THE SYSTEM
MN(5)S(3-FE5)SI(3). (4-300 K). BY HAUG,R. KAPPELG. JAEGLE,4. (HAUTE ALSAGE
UNIV., MU GAUSE, FR-NCE) 3 539-44,
133. APPLICABILITY OF QUADOATIC MU*NAGhAN EQUATIONS OF STATE AND MORSE POTENTIAL TO DIAIONO
COMCESSI ILITY LAT*.. BY TCMANA,A. %ITEF,J.o.,JR. (DENVER UNIV., COLO. DEPT. OF
CHEFISTOY) F 679-80.

J. 'PHS, F VOL 10, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
134. INFLUENCE OF STRUCTURE ON THE PHONON-LIrMITED RESISTIVITIES OF LI ANG NA, (LETTER TO THE
FGIIC) 3Y 'AYLOR,,4. MACDONALC,A.rH. (NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANAOA, OTTAkA,
ONTARIO. DIV. OF PHYSICS) P L161-6.
135. ELECTPICA. RESISTIVITY ANO THE 5PIN DENSITY WAVE GAP IN C;MO. (1-300 K). BY
STRCEM-CLSEN,J.O. WILFOFO,O.F. (MCGILL UNIV., MNrTREAL, QUEoEG. EEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 1467-73.
136. ELECTTICA. AND THERMAL DEvIATIONS FROl MATTHIESSENS RULE DILUTE AND CONCENTRATED
ALLOYS. 7Y KUS,F.W. TAYLO,,.W. (MCMASTER UNIV., HAMILTON, ONTARIO. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 14d95-505.
137. LOW-TE O:'CATUIF B~H.MVIOUR OF MAGNT'iC IMPUKITiLS sN SUPERCONDUCTCrS I. BY
COLEGcAV,',.K. RA'SUL,J.J. (G.HELEA CO.LL. OF S.IiN--: ArID TECHNCLOGY, LONUOhN ENGLAND.
DEPT. OF MATHEMATICS) P 1507-2L.
138. EFFECTS OF INTERMETALLIC 33LNAF:IES IN INHOMOGENEOUS SUPERCONCUCTO,S. BY OVAOYAHU,Z.
ENTIN-WOhLMANO. (BROOKHAv.N NATIONAL LAF., UPTON, N. Y.) P 1525-37.
139. STATIC AND DYNAMIC SU.C:PTIBILITIES OF CO IMPUNITY IN MOCO KONOO ALLOYS. BY
MIZCGUCHIK. MIZUNO,K. KUME,K. (TOKYO RETrCFOLITAN UNIV., JAPAN. OEPT. CF PHYSICS)
F 1539-57.






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PhILOS. MAG. E VC,. l, NC. 5 (MAY 19"0)
140. MAGr-.E C r ISOTrOFY .r1J EHPnAPL OF COtbLT P~EJ.PITITES IN COPP1?. (77 ANL 293 K). dY
Ao ESFL-'. ,G. NCACKK. STI1- TAOT,K. ET AL (MUNICH UNIV., GcERmANT. SEKTON PHYSIK)
P 519-34.

PHYS. STATUS SOLIDI b VOL 99, NO. 1 (MAY 1980)
141. T MP. l us rU p .C- -C OF 'rr: LFFECTI'C NIOBIUM L:'GY GAP IN NB-NJO(x)-F_ TU.4IEL
JUNCFTO.,G. EV , SEKTION FhYSIK) F KS1-..

RADIAT. EFF. VCL 50, NO. -6E (1980)
142. CTI GL r, M L' OCn r A'ME LY LOw T MF' T E JATl- IrrA, LATICI OF 31-20, P2 T C CRYSTALS. BY
SWAKASON,M.L. HOWE,L.M. QUENNEVILLE,A.F. 3ARIO,F. (ATCMIC ENERGY OF CANADA, LTD.,
CHALK RIVEg, CNTA-IC. CHALK PIVEFr Nl'CLLFAr LASS.) P 139-46.

SPE .TROCHI'. ACTA FT. A VOL 36, NO. 5 (1380)
1-43. LOW-TEMPE-.TurF VIB3-T7ICN'L ZP:CTZA GC NCLI) ulMLTHYLuCETYLEfNt.E BY cUTLER,I.S.
NEWBUY,.1.L. (1CGILL UNIV., MIONTREAL, QUFBEC. CEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 453-6.
144. T 1 M.-'*J :I PCTrUM Cr 2,3-Jl OMO-2,3- -iTHMETHYLBUT'AN 3--TW-ENr 15 K AND G.GM TEMPC-RATUiA:.
3j J. : P'K' :,T. Lt~El SJ. (TAINT A G-. EwS UNl1I., jC TLAND. DcPT. OF rMYSICS) P *J -4.

FLUID PHASE EQUILIB. VOL -, NO. 3 + 4 (JUL 19i60
145. HENRYv CChj3'rTi.5T N CFOCtj V:IrAL COEFFICIENTS FQOmI P-FTUPED-mA.;J-GC-A:N THEORY, BY
KAUL,q.K. CCNOHU;.,M.O. PRAUSNITZJ.M. (EXXON krS-Ar.CH ANO ENGINEERING CO., FLORHAM
FARK, N. J.) P 171-64.
146. FPPLI: TI(c: CF A UMO iCfO WiL30I EQUATION 'G LIQUI:.C 'iTJkhE. SrOWING FPHAaE SPLI-TTING.
EY SCHULTL,H.-W. G-.FNZIEUSERP. GMEHLIhG,J. (DORTMUNO UNIV., GERVANIY. DEPT. OF
INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY a) P 18;-96.
147. CLASSICAL THEtRMOOYNAMIC BASIS OF ACTIVITY COEFFICIENTS PREDICTIVE AND CONSISTENCY
RULES FO' oIhtCRY AN: TERhNAY 1:xTURES PASEO CN Tr ELATICN cETWrEE: E/LES-S ji6a- FREE
ENEmGlES OF (C)- ANC (G--i)-COMPONENT FIXTURES. 3Y r'ANSOOml,G.A. (ILLiNOIS UNIV.,
CHICAGO. CLPT. OF ENERGY ENGINEcINGI P 197-209.
148. GAS-LIOUIC EQUILIBRIA IN MIXTURES OF CARBCN DIOXIuE ANO TETRALIh AT ELEVATED
TEMPEi.ATU- ES. oY SELASTIAN,H.M. NAGESHWA ,G.D. LINH.M. CHAOK.C. PURSUEE UNIV.,
WEST LAFAYeTTE, ING. SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL. ENGINEERING) P 257-O0.
149. A PErTUr..u-hAj--SPHFEL. EQUATION CF STATE FOF hAT:o vAPC 6Y NISHIDAN. OHBAM.
ARAI,Y. (KYUSHU UNIV., FUKUOKA, JAPAN. CEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 303-7.

MOL. PHYS. VCL 40, NO. 1 (MAY 1'80)
150. A COMaLT-: S U,.A'ICN Fu~ A S MFLE MLuEL OF .IQJIj HT DRUG N HLOAI3--TIME CORRELATICN
FUNCTIONS. 9Y PO.*LES,J.G. M3GRATH,E. GUdBINSK.E. (KENT UNIV., CA4TEPRURY, ENGLAND.
PHYSICS LASS.) P 179-92.
151. THE STFUCTU-AL SECOND VIRIAL COEFFICIENT, THr INT RMOLECULAq POTENTIAL FOR NITROG:N AND
THE MAGNETIC CATERING FCR THE OXYGEN MOLECULE, BY POWLES,J.G. 30F,,J.C. OSAE,E.K.
(KENT UNIV., CANTERBUmY, ENGLANG. PHYSICS LABS.) P 193-211.

MOL. PHYS. VCL 40, NO. 2 (JUN 1980)
152. A MOLECULA- CYNAMICS SIMULATION OF FLUID HYDROGEN CHLORIDE BY MURADS. GUEdINS,K.E.
FOWLES,J.,. (CUFNELL UNIi., ITHACA, N. Y. SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 253-68.
153. EINACY LOL.ISIGO-INNCUC E LIGHTT SCATTERING BY ISOTiOPIC MOLECULAR GASES. I. DETAILS OF
TH-E EPE'IMENT ANC THE A;GON SPECTRUM. EY SHELTONO.P. TABISZ,G.G. (MANITOBA UNIV.,
WINNIFCG. C.PT. OF PHYSICS) P 285-97.
154. PINARY CG.LISICN-INrUCE5 LIGHT SCATTErING 6Y ISOTROPIC MOLECULAR GASES. II. MOLELULAF
SPECTRA AN-? INDUCED iOTAT.ONA. ;rAAAN JCATrER'NG. BY SHELTON,G.P. TA6ISZ,G.C.
(MAFITOuA UNIV., WINNIPEG. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 299-308.
155. UNCCEnRELAT C-PAIRS APPROXIMATION FOR THE EQUILI'BcIUM PPOPERTIES OF SCLID ARGON. BY
JONES,B.W. htfDYR.J. (NEBFASKA UNIV., LINCOLN. SEHLEN LAB. OF PHYSICS) P 437-44.
156. THE GUA&iUPOLE MOMENT OF CHLORINg. BY EMOICHR.J. STEELEW. (PENNSYLVANIA STATE
UNIV., UNIVERSITY PARK. DFFT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 469-75.
157. DETERMINATION OF THE SHEAR VISCOSITY OF ATOMIC LIQUIDS BY NON-EQUIJ.IBRIUM NCLECULAR
DYNAMICS. 9Y SINGE%,K. SINGEPJ.V.L. FINCHAMD,. (ROYAL HOLLOWAY COLL., EGHAM,
ENGLANr,. 0DFT. OF CHEMISTRY) 515-9.

MOL. PHYS. VOL 40, NO. 3 (JUN 1980)
158. A MO TE CARLG STULY OF STRUCTURAL AND THERMOOYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF WATER DEPENDENCE ON
THE SYSTEM SIZE AND ON THE BOUNDARY CONDITIONS. BY PANGALI,C. RAO,M. BERNEB.J.
(COLUMBIA UNIV., NEW YO'K. 6EPT. OF CHEPIS'RY) P 661-80.

CHEM. PHYS. VOL 48, NO. 2 (MAY 19E0)
159. BPILLOUIN SCATTERING AND REFRACTIVE I'DIX MEASUREMENTS ON LOW TEMPERATURE LIQUIDS,.a.
METHANE, CH(4) AND D,0t4. dY YOSHIHARh,A. ANDERSON,A. AZIZR.A. LIM,C.C. WATERLOOO
UNIf., ONTARIC. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 133-92.






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CRYOG. ENG. (TOKYO) VOL I, NO. 3 (1930) (IN JAPANESE)
160. LS"5 FUSIJNI TAGET,. cY TSURAKIHAsA,M. NAKATSUKA,M. KUBO,U. (KiNKI UNIV.,
HIGASHI-0-4KA, OSAKA, JAPAN. 0EPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINLtkING) P 106-72.
161. EFFECT OF LCW TEMPE;ATUPE R-ACTCF IRRADIATION ON ORGANIC INSULATORS TI SUPERCONDUCTING
MAGNETS. Ill. LIQUID HELIUM TEST. 6Y KATOT. TAKAMURA,3. JAPANN ATOMIC ENERGY
"ESEAFCH INST., IBA-AK!) P 173-8.
1,2. UP- ;C '1.LCTING F1.Jr:;T1 .IF Nt(3)Sfl Mu.TTIF.LAM-' NT-Y TAPL PA PA;~-i r,-O 5AT. PT@ CNT
CU--,. 4~:Y. BY KI-UfrA,Y. kATANABE,M4. (ELEGTRCTECHNICAL iAS., IdAc4KI, JAPAN.
A.VANuED TECHNOLOGY CIV.) P 179-C3.

CMM,. INS. CrOG. VOL '6, 1 0. (JLL 1t80)
163. GOUVERNMhNT-3USINESS-AICHE INTEPAGTICNS-2. EFFECTIVE INTErACTION IN oN ADJERSArY CLIMATE.
3Y CONN,A.6. (CCNN (ARTHUR L.) AND ASSOCIATES, 0TO., CHICAO0, :LL.) P 15-.
164. GOVErNMENT-3US.NE3-nI:CH- IN'T.C'ICNf-3. O3Vr.NMENT-INDUSTkY RELATICNS AN OPPORTUNITY
FO- TECHNICAL SOCIE'IcS. BY ALPINIER.,L.J. (ACU-EX GO-P., MOUNTAIN VI-W, CALIF.)
0 2?1-4.
165. hFAT T-ANSFER CFSIGN AND rFTROFiT OF THERMAL BACKINGG COILS. BY M:NET,R.G. TSAI,F.
(KINETICS TrChNOLOSV INC. COPP., PASAuENA, GALIF.) P 31-t.
166. HEAT TNAN3FEh FNEFGV-SAvING ALTERNATIVE- TO DISTILLATION, dY RUSH,F.o.,J., (DU PCNT
DE NEMOUQS (E. I.) AN C0O., WILMINGTON, DEL.) P -9.
16/. AcPLICATICN CF FAULT TREE ANALYSIS, 6Y PRUGH,P.. (GU PONT OE NEMOUzS (E. 1.) ANJ CO.,
NILMINGTON, CEL.) P 5Q-6f,
ibo. FLAT INST-UP:'NTS WH.IGH ONS uONT WOOK ANC AHY. 3Y KLETZ,T.A. (iMPncIL CHEMICAL
IN3UST;s.ES, LTD., WILTON, ENGLAND) P 6"-71.

ChEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 5e, NO. 30 (JUL 1980)
1E, FROSPtCTS FOR R AND 0 IN THE EIGHTIES, (EDITORIAL). 2Y OAVIC,E.E.,J-. (VICE P.iRSIUENT
OF EXXON CORP.) 0 9.
170. EfNVIRCNMfTAL OUTLOOK GRIP FO YEAR 2000, P 21-2.
1"1. PgOJECT TO EVALUATE NATURAL GAS HYDFATES, 3 24+28.
172. FACTS A,4P cIbURES FC' CnEm'ICAL R ANC D. SPECIAL PEPOrT, (SECT. 1 OVERTIEN, SECT. 2 -
FEOERAL GOVERNMENT, SECT. 3 INDUSTRY, SECT. UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES). P 37-73.

J. CHEM. JGr,, DATA VCL 25, NO. 3 (JUL 1980)
173. VAPCm 09 'SURE JATA FCR TOLUENE, 1-P:iTANOL, 1-BUTANOL, WAT'-R, ANO 1-PROPANCL ANO FOk
THE WATEP ANC 1-PROPANOL SYSTEM FCR 273.15 TO 323.15 K. BY MUNDAYE.B. MULLINSJ.C.
EOIEC.O. (CLEMSON UNIV., S. C. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERarG) P 11--4.
174. THECMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF WATER ANG OL-.UM, dY VENAAT,J.E.S. PRASADO,.C. (NEr BRUNSWICK
UNIv,, FkLOERICTCN. DbPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGIN-:.ING) P 16-8.
175. THEKMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF FHENOL (C(6)H(5)OF). BY VENART,J.E.S. PRASAcR.C. (NEW
EcUNShICK UNIV., FRECERICTON. OEPT. 3F MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) P 19b-9.
176. THe-MAL CCNCUCTIVITY OF ASSOCIATED LIQUIDS, 6Y JAMIESON, .T. CART ,RIGHT,t. (NATIONAL
ENGINEERING LAB., EAST KILdIuE, SCOTLAND) P 199-201.
177. VIS30ITY ANC OENSITY OF AQUEOUS NA(2)CO(3) AND K(2)C0(3) SOLUTIONS IN THE TEMPERATURE
rAN0E ?0-Oir C'GR';S C A:N Ti- P Sl,'SURS ,E RANG 0-30 MPAt dY CORRLIA, .J. KESTIN,J.
KHALIFhAh.,. (BROWN UNIV., FiOVICENCE, R. I. DIV. OF _NGINE-PRING) F 201-6.
176. GAS-LIQUI- PHASE EQUILIBRIA IN THE H(2)-CF(4) (95-165 K) AND H(2)-QCCF(3) (133-220 K)
SYSTEMS A"' FESSURES OF 20-120 AT. S9Y ShIAUJ.F. ZIEGLER,W.T. (GEORGIA iNST. OF
TECH., ATLANTA. SCHOOL CF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 239-46.
179. GAS-LIUUI3 EQUILIBRIUM IN FIXTURES OF CARBON DIOXIDE + TOLUENE AND CARBON DIOXIDE +
M-XYLENE. Sl SEBASTIAN,I.M. SIMNICK,J.J. LIN,H.-:1. CHAO,K.-C. (FUROUE UNIV., WEST
LAFAYETTE. INC. ScHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 246-8.
180. GAS-LIQUI3 EGUILISRIUM IN HYCROGEK + N-HXADECANE ANC METHANE + N-HEXADECANE AT ELEWATEO
T'c~ PATUtFf AND ;RESSU-EL. dY LIN,H.-M. SE8ASTIANH.M. CHAO,K.-C. PURSUEE UNIV.,
WEST LAFAYETTE, INJ. SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEErING) P 252-4.
1,1. VIEW OF DFNSITY ESTIMATION OF SATUPATEO LIQUID MIXTURES. Bt VEERANNAo. RIHAN;,3.N.
(CNGINSERS INDIA LTD., NEh UELHI) P 267-71.
182. VAPO;-LIQUIO EQUILItBIA CF HYJROGEN-2,2,4-TkIMETHYLPENTANE ANC HYOROGEN-TOLUENE SYSTEMS
AT HIGH PRESSURES AC0 TEMPERATURES. bY LAUGIER,S. RICHOND. RENON,H. (ECOLE
NATIONAL SUPERIEUE DES MINES, PARIS, FRANCE. CENTRE REACTEUr; tT PKOCESSUS) P 274-6.

CHEM. MEEK VCL 127, NO. 4 (JUL 190)
183. $250 MILLION SYNFUEL LOAN GUARANTEE SET. (A 6PIEF REFOkT). P 14.
184. LNG I'MOKT STANOFF LIKELY TO CONTINUE. (A eRIEF REPORT). P 24.

CHEM. WEEK VOL 127, NO. 5 (JUL 1980)
185. AT LONG LAST, A SYNFUELS PLANT. P 5.
186. HOW EXXON CHttICAL PREPARES FOR THE 90S. (INTc.RVIEW WITH ODWIN C. HOLMER). BY LURIE,M.
P 36-41.
137. UGI SEEKS A GROWTH IMHGE THROUGH COMPRESSED GASES. P 49.






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CHEM. rj.N. (N.Y.) VOL 67, NO. 15 (JUL 1380)
188. A DISTILLATICN PROCESS TO REMOVF CA;RON DIOXIDE FROM GAS NEARS PILOTING. (A iRIEF
REPORT). P 11.
139. STAqT OF CONSTRUCTION OF THE US.S FIRST SYNTHETIC-FUELS PLANT LOOKS ASSUF.EO. (A BRiEF
REPOT) P 12.
190. NEW AIR SEPARATION CAPACITY ANNOUNCED. (A dBIEF REPORT). P 19.
191. S~4FUELS .ILL IS SIGNLO AMIC SGCE AGPIrICNY' 3Y GRGVEi,R. P 39+41.

CAN. J. CZM?. ENG. VOL 58, NO. 2 (APR 1980)
192. ISOTHERMAl. CCLUNN SCGPrTCh OF ETHYLENE-CARBON DIOXIDE MIXTURES WIT4 AZEOTROPIC
BEHAVWOUR, EY BASMAOJ1AN,0. HSIZH,S.T. (TORONTO UNIV., ONTARIO. OEPT. OF CHEMICAL
ENGINEERING AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY) P 185-9,

J. CHEM. ENG. JPN. VOL 13, NO. 3 (JUN 1980)
193. AN IMPROVED GENERALIZED PW EQUATION OF STATE WITH 3 POL.,% PARAMETERS APPLICABLE TO
POLAR SUBSTANCES, BY NISHIUMIH. (HOStI UNIV., TOKYO, JAPAN. C~PT. OF MECHANICAL
ENGINEE.Ii.G) P 17o-62.

PFG^E ENG. VCL 84, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
194. AMAGAT APPOCACH TO NITROGEN VOLUME CALCULATIONS. BY LOEB,M.B. (GILbSKT/CCP.MONnEALTH,
JACKSON, MICH.) F 71,

UM3CH. WISS. TECH. VOL 60, NO. 11 (JUN 1980) (IN GERMAN)
195. THE ORIGIN OF THE ELEMENTS IN THE BEGINNING THERE WAS ONLY HYODOGEN ANO HELIUM. BY
MEZCER,P.G. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER RAOIOASTRONOMIE, BONN, GERMANY) P 322-30.

ASTRhNAUT. AERONAUT. VOL 18, NO. 7,8 (JUL-AUG 1180)
196. SPS (SOLAR POWEh SATELLITE) IMPACTS ON THE UFPER ATMOSPHEF:E BY GORDON,W.E,
CUNCANL.M. (RICE UNIV., HCUSTON, TEX, CEPT. OF SPACE PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY)
P 4E-8+52.

INT. J. HEAT MASS TRANSFER VOL 23, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
197. AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF FREE CONVECTION HEAT TRANSFER IN SUPERCRITICAL HELIUM.
BY HILAL,N .. OOM,R.,. (MICHIGAN TECHNOLOGICAL UNIV., HOUGHTON. DEPT. OF MECHANICAL
ENGINEERING) P 697-705.

IBM J. oE., CEV. VOL 24, NO. 4 (JUL 1980)
198. STANC-ALONE WIRING PROGRAM' FOP JOSEPHSON LOGIC, ;Y DONATH,W.E. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH
CENTER, YCRKTCWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 480-5.

ITHE SPeCTrUM VOL 17, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
199. A SECRET THAT'S NO SURPRISE. (EDITORIAL OF JAPANESE PRODUCTIVITY). BY CHRISTIANSEND0.
P 21.
200. OTA. CONGRESS OWN THINK TANK. uY GREENdERG,D.S. P 44-7.

IE FO0.', C (LONDON) VOL 127, NO. 3 (MAY 1980)
201. ANALYSIS OF HELICAL ARMATURE WINNINGS WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO SUPERGCNCUCTING A.G.
GENERATORS. BY ANDElSON,A.F. 5UMBY,J.R. IASSAL.,B.I. (PARSONS (C.A.) AND CO. LTO.,
NEWCASTLE UPCN TYNE, ENGLAND. DEPT, OF ELECTRONIC -ESEARCH) P 129-44.

CADiOTEKH. ELEKTPON. VOL 25, NO. 6 (JUN 1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
202. THERMAL NOISE INFLUENCE ON THE JOSEPHSON CETE;TOR CHARACTERISTICS. BY KULIKOVV.A.
MAThEETS,L.V. P 1313-1.

INSTRUM. LxP. TECH. (USSR) (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 22, NO. 5, PT. 2 (SEP-OCT 1979)--(TRANS..
OF FRIB. TEKH. EKSP. VOL 22, NO. 5, PT. 2, SEP-OCT 1979)
2C3. DEVICE FOF PROTECTING SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNETS WITH A SUPERCONDUCTIvG LONNECTOr.. BY
KA3AT,D. LYLOEMANN,R. MtNKEKH. SHISHOV,YU.A. (JOINT INST. FOR NUCLEAR RESEARCH,
DUBBA, USSR) P 1404-6.
204. LOW-TEMPEKATURE GAS THERrCMETERS, EY PETUNIN,B.V. SON,E.G. P 13c-,.
205. FLOoTHROUGH OPTICAL CRYOSTAT FOR A SUFERCONDUCTINg, OLNOQID. BY SILAEVs.I.
STETSENKOYU.E. 6ELYAEVA,A.I. ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR,
KHARKOV. INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURE ENGINEERING PHYSICS) P 1*O0-1.

APPL. OPT. VOL 19, NO. 12 (JUN 1980)
206. SPECT-;OPC'-OETE-" FO MEASUING Sh.ALL SHAPE? ABSO'3TION BANDS IN SGLl3S AT LGW
TEPFcCATUCES. BY RCLFE,J. LAB3E,H.J. (NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA, OTTAWA,
ONTARIO. DIV. OF PHYSICS) P 1937-L0.

VkK. TECH. VCL 29, NO. 3 (APF 1980)
207. FELIA-jL' FLANGED JOINTS IN CRYOGENIC ANJ AACUUM TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS. BY HERZ,W.
(K'FNFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM KAL;L3jUHE, GERMANY. INST. FUER KERNPHYSIK) P 67-8.






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ACTA ME'-A... VCL 28, NO. 7 (JUL 180)
208. SECONuAY SL:F I\ NFiJT CN I rJLA TEj ,rPSTAL.T (78 K). (Y NATHANSON,P. .K.
JACKSONP.J. SFALJN i !. (NATAL UNIV., JURAAN, SOUTH AFRICA. 3LPI. OF PHYSICS)
P 923-3?.
209. TkAt THn.0jr OF HrYC.ORrjN EMSi3 ITLL E NT. BY POESSCOUYE,t,.M. (CREUSOT-,O;.IE RESEARCH
CENTrE, LE CtEUSOT, FRANCEI P 89f-11.
210. QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF STRESS FLLAXATLOh IN CU-30 PERCENT ZN SINGLE CRYSTALS -
VARIATION OF OBSTACLE ST'P.NGTH ANC ATHErF.ML STRESS. (77-375 K). 3Y FLOtH.
NEUhAEUSE',F. (TECHNISCHE UNIV., BRAUNSCHWEIG, GEMANY. IKST. A FUE.A PHYSIK)
P 439-68.
211. THE dEHAV.uL- uF .3CAT:CNS :I1 LITHIUM. (90-300 K). BY SHERRY,W.M. P.INZLF. (VIENNA
UNIV., tUSTRIA. INST. Fl'"R FESTKCERrEKSH'SlIK) P 949-51.

SC;. METAL6. VC. 1i, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
212. LCw TEFPE' TUbFE 3 Lc. I.u I: FINE-GRAiE ANJC 2IjSJ3'TFL CU(3)AU THI FIL.L, BY TU,K.N.
(13I WATSON LRES-ACH CENTER, YORKTOWN H-!GHTS, N. Y.) P c63-6.

J. PATEr,. SCI. VUL 1%, NC. 6 (JUN 1980)
213. PRE3A.ATICN CF CU-N "AL'.CYS FO; MLLTIFI.-A"ENTAkY N SITU SJUPiLOJNCJCT1NG k-. BY
VEPHOCV..N,J.C. GIBSON,E.O. 3C nIOT,F.A. FINNEMO RE, .K. (AMES LA,., IO A. ODrPT, OF
MATERIAL SCIENC- ANC iNoINEEFING) P 1449-55.

INORG. MA'Ec. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 15, NO. 10 (OCT 1d79)--(Tr-NSL. OF iZV. AKAC. NAUK
SSCR .EORG. MATER. VOL 15, NO. 10, OCT 19'9)
214. LOW-T1Ac-:r TbuR SCi-cIFZl. H-T OF %CGA(2)S1("). BY ZHCANOV,V.M. TU;ODAKIN,V.A.
DO4OETSKOV,G.A. ET AL (MENDELEEV INST. FO- CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY, MOSCOW, USSR)
P 1475-6.
215. SUPF FuON U'.IVITy IN TH 53 LIC SOLUT:IO:N :..P( I-A)I; (X0(31. cY MA'RChLNKGOL.S.
MOIScEEDV,.O MUZALVSKIIE.A, UVAROVA,3.K. (AC4AEMY OF SCIENCES CF THE UKRAINIAN SSR,
KIEV. IN3T. OF PHYSICS) P 1l 2-3.

U. S. PAT-NT GAZETTf VOL 996, NO. 3 (JUL 1980)
216. GCYOSTA. F'] SLPECGIC'1rUCTrNG NMR jPMCTROM.T:C. 9Y KNIP,G.O, ,J,. VARIANTN ASSOCIATiS,
INC., PALO ALTO, CALIF.) PATENT NO. .,212,169.
217. CGvOCUMP. EY WINKLEiiO. (OEnLIKCN BUHRLE U.S.A., iNC., HUDSON, N. H.) PATENT NO.
4,2 12,170.
216. CEVICE IN THE FOPM OF A DOU3LE-WALLtO PIF FCF COOLING CONTINUOUS PROFILES BY
SOECKNICKE. LESSERR GR.IESHEIM G.M.B.H., FPANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY) PATENT NO.
., 212,171.
219. NM S CCT-OTi T I'Hn SU:-.PCONCiUCTIN u C L HAIr'N 4 ,CTANGULAr C i0 -5 -S. T LN4 hRl BY
KNIP,G.C.,Ji. (VAqIAN ASSOCIATES, INC., PALO ALTO, CALIF.) PATENT NO. 4,213,092.

U. S. ;ATENT GAZETTE VOL 996, NO. 4 (JUL 1980)
220. SU0=cLEAK. BY SEVE'-IJNj,A.P. STAAS,FA. (UNIT ; ST1AT'S PHILIPS OP., NEW YORK)
PATcNT NO. 4,213,311.
221. PROCESS AN5 CEVICE FOR EVAPORATING LARGE QUANTIT-E, uF LOW cuiLING ilOUEFIED jASES. oY
FFEIFFEr~,F. FOTTWINKELL. (MESSER GRIESIEIM G.M.B.H., Fr.ANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY)
PAT--N NO. L,213,501.


SECTION III. ENERGY AND MISCELLANEOUS

IEV. :NST. FF. PET. VOL 35, NO. 2 (MAR-AP-P 1980) (IN FvEENCHi)
222. NATU,., G_^ FOTENTI,. OF T.C UNITED STATES, bY KNT,H.C. (CCLJRAJC SCHOOL OF MINES,
GCLOEN. POTENTIAL GAS AGENCY) F 259-72.

dRENNST. WAE-ME KhAFT VOL 32, NO. 5 (MAY 1990) (IN GERMAN)
223. FUEL GASES FRCM COAL GASIFICATION F0) T- G4S-/IST.A'M TUR3;IN-. ,ROCEST. BY TIPMr;,K.
P 203-12.
224. MFA-U;EMrE'T OF THE I.-COSlTr OF STEM NFAF THL C.LiTtILL STATE. BY CLTERMANNG.
P 212-3.

ENERGY 3EV. JFN. VOL 2, NO, 4 (AP' 1180)
225. THE NIGCRP.IAKL ,ECTHEr.MAL =ILOT PLANT. 3Y NhKAMOTO,Y. P 301-17.
226. PROGRESS _F .IlErTIA. CONFINcrLM-NT FUSION ,ESELCH IN JAPArj. BY YAVANAKA,C. (OSAKA
UNIV., JAPAN. INST. OF LAS-TP ENGINEERING) P 319-31.
227. D dc.LC3viNT CF NMC(,)-FREE COMFUlTIOi. 2Y TEU :Y SADAKATA,M. IMAGiWA,M. N AODA,M.
ET AL (TOKYC UNIV., JAPAN. DEFT. OF CHEMICAL ENI INEEkING) ? 355-73.
226. THi. "P Ul "MENT OF TH-CnFL CONOUCT:IITY jF 'OrCUL M:lDA rj A ri.3DL. OB. MTrIH)G BY
TANaKAS. MIVALAWA,1. (tOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. OtPT. OF MINERAL CLVELCFM;'NT ENGIN-.RING)
P 375-91.







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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

3111Il I ll ll illll2lllll Ill II 0 3817
3 1262 08520 3817


SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE

Crystal Structure and Lattice Properties
19, 23, 26, 42, 45, 51, 59, 62, 68, 79, 80,
94, 99, 100, 104, 109, 114, 117, 123, 124,
128, 129, 130, 133, 134, 142, 143, 155, 208,
209, 211, 212

Fluid Properties and Structure
3, 8, 12, 16, 17, 27, 35, 40, 43, 44, 48,
53 thru 61, 63 thru 67. 69, 70, 83, 89 thru
92, 99, 103. 104, 105, 126, 139, 145 thru
159, 173 thru 182, 193, 194, 224

Magnetic Properties and Materials
10, 22, 24, 25, 29, 30, 39, 47, 52, 93, 116,
119, 120, 123, 127, 132. 137, 140, 151

Mossbauer Effect and Resonances
13, 59, 219

Optical Properties
29, 37, 38, 53, 54, 57, 58, 74, 79, 90, 116,
126, 142, 143, 153, 154, 159, 206

Polymers 161


SECTION II AND III. CRYC

Energy
81, 82, 84, 86, 160, 166, 170, 183, 184, 185,
186, 189, 191, 196, 203, 222, 223, 225, 226,
227

Equipment and Devices
72, 75, 76, 160, 198, 201. 203. 205, 218

Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and
Production
168, 187, 188, 190, 19:

Heat and Mass Transfer
165, 166, 197, 205, 221

Hydrogen 129, 209

Insulation 228


PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRy

Semiconductors 21. 37, 74, 115

Superconductors
1, 2, 6, 7, 9, 11. 18, 19, 20, 28, 31, 33,
36, 69, 71, 72, 73, 75. 16, 77, 78, 88, 93,
96, 97, 98, 10?, 106, 108, 110, 111, 112,
113, 118, 119, 121, 122, 125, 137, 138, 141,
162, 198, 201, 202, 203, 205, 213, 215, 216,
219

Superfluidity
4, 14, 15, 17, 34, 46, 49, 50, 87, 101

Thermal Properties of Solids
5, 40, 100, 214

Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and
Transport Processes
3, 8, 12, 16, 17, 27, 43, 48, 55, 63 thru
67, 82, 85, 89, 92, 95, 105, 133. 150, 156,
157, 174 thru 177

Transport Properties of Solids
6, 41, 52, 97, 98, 115, 121, 122, 131, 132,
134, 135, 136

Other 32, 81, 84, 85, 86, 107, 195


OGENIC ENGINEERING AND ENERGY

LNG and Methane
84, 86, 171, 183, 184, 185, 188, 189, 191,
222, 223

Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
79, 80, 128, 129, 130, 161, 162, 208 thru 213

Metrology and Instrumentation
71, 72, 81, 85, 168, 202, 204, 216. 219, 220,
224, 228

Storage and Handling 194, 218, 221

Vacuum Technology 207, 217

Other
86, 163, 164, 167. 169, 172, 195, 199, 200
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