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

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University of Florida
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AUG. 18-29, 1980 LIST NO. 710























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


or, COMPILED BY
S CRYOGENIC DATA CENTER
S- THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES
DIVISION
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CURRENT AWARENESS LIST NC. 710 FAGE 1


SECTIOh I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AhO CHM:STP.Y

FHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 5 (AUG 1980)
1. NEW CLASS OF SCLUELE-'10JEL -CLTZMlANN EQUATIONf. 3Y ZIFF,R.M. (STATE UN;.V CF NEW YO-K,
STONY BEOCK. O.PT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINE--I-NG) P 306-10.
2. HYDROGEN-ASSCCIATiD .iSORJER MOODS IN AMCFPHCUS Si-H FILMS. (4.2 K). BY CARLOS,W.Ec
TAYLORP.C. (NAVAL RESEARCH LAB., WASHINGTON, 0. C.) P 353-62.
3. DISSIPATION OF FLOW IN SUPEiFLUID (3)HE-A. BY PAAL-.EN,M.A. 3SHEROFFD.D. (iLLL
LABS., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 362-5.
4. TRANSITION TO ZERO VORTICITY IN A TWO-DI'ENSIONAL SUP.RCONiuCTOR. SY OVAuYAHU,Z.
(dROCKHAVEN NATICGhA LAB., UPTON, N. V.) P 375-0.

PHYS, r~EV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 6 (AUG 1980)
5. MAGNETIC *-UMTION JF STAT: OF A GAS GF 3FIN-FOLAG'iZE ATrMI HYCF)GNj. BY
WALqAVENJ.T.M. SILVEPA,I.F. MATTHEY,A.P.M. (AMSTECA.M UNI4., NETHERLANDS.
NATUU-KUNEIG LAB.) P *49-52.
6.. MAGrE'lC-=ESCNANC- STUDIES OF GASEOUS ATCrIC HYD-JG-G CONFINLU AT I K AND Z-l~r MAu.4:rI
FIELD. dY HAFDY,w.N,. CFPOW,,M. JCC-r,;EMENJ, eT AL (oRITISM CU.UMI.A UNIr.,
#ANCOUJER. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 453-6.
7. ~CSEiVATICN OF TIME-DEPENDENT SPECIFIC HEAT IN AMORPHOUS SIO(2). BY .OPCNEN,M.T.
OYNSR.C. NARAYANAMUPTI,V. GARNO,J.P. (BELL LABS., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 057-60.
6. TWO-DIMENSIONAL INTERFACE EXCITATIONS MEASUREMENTS IN (3)HE-(4)HE MixTUr.ES. -r
CHESTER,M. WE3STER,G.D.L. WEBSTER,E. CESTEREICF-.T. (CALIFORNIA UtNIV., LCS ANLELES.
OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 264-7.
9. VORTICES ANO SUPERFLUID DECAY IN (41HT FILMS, BY MCCAULEY,J.L,JR. (HOUSTCN UNYv.,
TEX. DLPT. CF PHYSICS) P 467-70.
10. SPIN-WAVE EVOLUTION CROSSING FROM THE FERFOMAGN;ETIC TO SPIN-GLASS REGIME OF
FE(X)CQ (-X). BY FINCHER,C..,JR. SHAPIROS.M. PALUMBO,A.H. PARKS,R.O. (BROOKrii-iN
NATIONAL LA6., CPTON, N. Y.) P 474-7,
11. FLUX EXCLUSION IN COS AT 77 K SUPEPCONSOLCTIVITY AT HIGH TEMPFEAT.RES, BY BRO?3wdE.
HOMANC.G. MACC-CNEE.K. (AkrvY A!RAMEN; RPESEA.;m AND ]EVELOPMENT C.,MAND, WATE'.VLIET,
N. Y. BENET WEAPONS LAB.) P 478-81.
12. NUOLZnr SFIN-LATTICE RELAXATION BY SOLITCNS IN THi ANTIF -kCMA5NtTI LHAlis
(CH(3)) (4) NCL(3). BY EJUCHER,J.P. REhIAR3J.P. (CEA CENTRE u ETUCES NUGLEAIRE3,
GfENOBLE, FRANCE. CEPT. 3E R'CHERCHE FONCAMENTALE) P 4d6-9.
13. NON-.HMIC B'.?HAlICA CF CIS-OLYACETYLENE GCPZC WITH ASF(5). BY MORTENSEN, K.
THEAALT,M.L.h. TOMKIEWICZ,Y. ET AL (IBr WATSON RESEArCH CENTER, YOFKTOWN hEIGHTS, N.
Y.) F 490-3.
14. NEW METHO: FCk MIGH-ACCUF..GY ETEnMINATION OF TiE FINE-STrUCTUR CJ'#.TANT BAS i ON
QUANTIZEPD ALL riESI TANCE. BY VON KL.TZING,K. 03FUA,G. P PPE .M. (wUE--Z6U.G U:4NI.,
GERMANY. PHYSIKA LISlHES INST.) F 49L-7.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 7 (AUG 1980)
15. GROUND jTAT: OF TH- iLCCTOON GAS BY 4 STCCHASTIC METHGCO BY CEPERL -Y,C.M. ALODr,.3J.
(CALIFORNIA UNIV., BErKeLEY. LAWrENCE aEKi,:-Y LAB.) P 566-9.
16. VARIATIONAL MCNTE CAPLO CALCULATICNS UF LIQUID (-.)HE rIT'H THREE-dOJ LO,.REL LTION3. 0a
SCHMIOTK. KALOS,M.H. LEE,M.A. CHFSTER,G.o. (NEW YORK UhI4., N. Y. CGU.%ANT INST. CF
MATHEMATICAL SCILNCiS) P 573-6.
17. BROKEN H1-XACCNAL SY-M-=TKY IN THE INCOMM-:NU.,ATE CHARGE-DENSITY wAiE STRUCTUF.E OF
2M-TA.E (2 BY FLEMING,P.M. MONCTCN,O.E. M AN.. DMCWHAND ISAL4,F.J. (bEL.L .ABS.,
MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 576-9.

PHYS. RcV. B VOL 21, NO. 12 (JUN 1960)
18. MANY-BODY EFFECTS ON EXTENDED X-RAY AdSCRFTION FiNE STRUCTUiE APiFLI iUCE.. BY STERLN,E.A.
BUNKEKB.A. HEAS,.S.M. (WASHINGTON UNIV., SEATTLE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5521-39.
1t. EFFECT OF INTERNAL STRAINS ON THERMAL-PhCNON SCATTERING IN LI-DOPED SI, BY ALOLFA.
FCRTIERO. ALBANY,J.H. SUZUKIK. (CEA CENTRE 0 ETUDES NUCLEAIRES DE SACLAY,
GIF-SUR-YVETTE, FRANCE. LAB. DE PHYSIQUE DES MATERIAUX$ P 2S51-5.
20. LOCAL-ENVIRONMENT EFFECT ON THE NITROGEN BOUND STATE IN GAP(X)AS(t-X) ALCYS -
EXPERIMENTS AND COHcRENT-POTENTIAL APPROXIMATION THEORY, BY 1ARILTTEtH. GHEVALLIEReJ.
LEROUX-HUGON,P. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, MEULON-8ELLEVUE, FRANCE.
LAB. DE PHYSIQUE DES SOLIDES) F 57C6-16.
21. RECCPSINATION IN A-SI-H DEFECT LUMINE3CEN;E. 3Y STtEET,R.A. (XEr.OX CORP., PALO ALTO,
CALIF. PALO ALTO RESEARCH CENTER) P 5775-64.
22. MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS STUDY OF SOLID GAMMA-C(2). dY KLEIN,M.L. LEVESQUE,D. WE;S,J.-J.
NATIONALL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA, OTTAWA, ONTARIO. DI0. OF CHEfISTRY) P 5705--2.
23. BRILLOUIN SCATTERING IN VITREOUS SILICA BELOW 1 K. BY VACHER,R. SU3-NER,H.
HUNKLINGER,S. UNIVERSITYE DES SCIENCES LT TECHNIQUES DU LCNGUEOOC, MONTP-LLIER, FRANCE.
LAB. OE SPECTCCMETRIE RAYLEIGH-BRILLOUIN) P 5650-3.






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PHYS. R2V. b VOL 22, NO. 1 (JUL 1980)
24. MOESS3AULP SFfCTRA AND MAGNETIC SLSCEPTIBILITIES CF CS(2ZNPGCL(bl
((C(2)H(5))(4)N)(2)NPCL(6) AND ((CH() )(4)N)(2) NPCL(a). 3Y KARFAK:;,Ur,G. STJNL,J.A.
(OU POINT CF NEMCURS (E.I.) ANC CO., AKKEN, 3. C. SAVANNah R;VR LAE.) ~ 111-4.
25. MAGNETIC STRUCTURE CF ZINC-SUBSTITUTED rAGNETITE 'T T=4.2 K. BY CICKCF,F.A.
SCHLREQ,P.J. MORRI SH,A.M. (ALLAN BELAI P'EMC;IA,. CLINIC, -EINt. SA;KATCHEHkN CANEt-
FOUNCATION) P 115-27.
26. LGw-TE'PLrA4TUI.E r;_SETIVIr Y LF ORCLE-u 4At, J:SCF __ -. 41A 6 ;OMOI'NC3. dY GURVITCH,M.
GHO;H,A.K. LUTZ,H. STRONGIN,M. (SELL L3AS., MUPRAY HILL, N. J.) P 12?-36.
27. STUCY OF SCME HYDROGENATED VANACILM-BASED A15 COMPOUNDS. BY HUANG,S.Z. SKOhWKlinICZ,T.
GHU,C.W. SMITH,J.L. (HOUSTON UNIV., TEX. GEPT, CF CHY2SIS) P 137--1.
28. GROLNO STATE OF IO'TOPIC FERMION-EOSC, MIXTURnS. BY GUYZR,.A. tiLLEc,M.D.
(MASSACHUSETTS UNIV., AMHERST. LAB. FOR LOW TEMPERATURE PHYaI,S P 1 I.2-53.
29. SUP~CONUL.;TING CRITICAL CURRENTS FCn THICK, CLEAN
SU ~P: ONDLC T" --NO MAL-1 AL--SUPERCOHDUC. ) JULJTI:f.NL oY MSIANG,T.Y. F I NNMORt ,1.K.
(ILLINOIS INST. CF TECH., C-ICAGO. ODPT. OF PHYSICS) P 154--3.
30. CRYSTAL-FIELC EFFECTS IN .AGNETIC SUFtRCCNDUCTING E;( 1-XITM(X)PH(L) (4) AND
EP(1-X)HO(X)cH(4)B(4). BY MAEKAWS,S. SMITH,J.L. HUANG,C.V. (TOriCKU UNIV., SENDAI,
JAPAN. EESE:KCH INST. FOP IRCN, STEtL, AND OTHE- METALS) P 164-7.
31. QUASIPARTICLE EXCITATION IN A SUPERCONDUCTING TUNNEL JUNCTION BY ALPhA FAPATICLES. tY
kURAKADO,M. MAZAKI,H. (KYOTO UNIV., JNPAN. INJT. FOR CGHEICAL RESE.-RCh) P 16b-73.
32. MAGhETIC ,OFUcTI5S OF IT- SUP-.CLCNCUCTIJNG PCLYMi-;S (cN)(Aj) .N (I'ArId.-)f IA) 6Y
DcE,R.H. CA9OLANJ.F. TU0D ELL,8.G. GREcNEk.L. (S.H.. CGOP., 3SAN t;0, CALIF.)
P 174-9.
33. THIRC-SOUND VELOCITY IN THIN (3)HE-(4)HE MIXTUREE FILMS. BY DANOACHE,h. ZOAETER,M.
LAHEURT-,J.P. ET AL (BEIPUT UNIV., LE3ANON) P 18U-!.
34. EFFECT OF ELECTRON CORRicLATION ON THE HIGH-FrEQUtNCY CONJUCTIVITY 3F tLECTRON LIWUIDO ON
A LIQUID HELIUM SURFACE. SY TOTSUJI,H. (OKAYAMA UNIV., JAFAN. CEFT. CF ELECTrO0NI;S)
P 137-90.
35. COLLrCTIVE EXCITATIONS OF NORMAL LIQUID (i Hct AT 3.1 K, LTUCIED 6Y NUTk N INELASTIC
SCATTERING, BY PEC ~SEN,K.S. CArnNzIFO,K. (TECHNICAL UNIV. CF CENPA;K, LYNGoY.
FYSISK-KEMISK INST.) P 191-4.
36. NEW KAPITZA HEAT-TRANSFER MOD-L FCR LIQUIC (.)HrE 3Y M,1J FP,P.Fh.. PEIlJ.S.J.
(NATICN.. BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINGION, D0 C. NATIONAL MEASUREMEtN LAP.) P 15-235.
37. THREE-PARMICLE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION IN LIQUID (4)HE. bY LEEF.J. LEE,U.K. (NATiCNaL
TSING HUA UNIV., HSINCHU, TAIWAN. LEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 206-13.
38. SHIFT AND BROADENING OF ELECTRONIC TRANSITICNS IN A DILUTE ANTIFEPiMAG~jT -
F(l(-XIZN(XFf(21. BY D0 ARAUJO,C.B. (FPENAM3UCC UNIV., R;GCIF., RiAZ'L. DEPT, DE
FISCAL P 266-72.
39. CALCRIMET=IC STLOY OF SMALL CLUSTERS AND SINGLE MAGNETIC .ONS IN DILUTE (ESREU)S, 3Y
VON LOEHNEYSNH. (CENTRE NATIONAL D- .A FRCHERGCH SCIEN'IFIQU-, G-E.OdLL, FkMChE.
CENTER DE RECHERCHES SUR LES TPES BASSES TEMPERATURES) P 273-7.
"0. MAGNETIC FROFERTIES IN SCME HCLMIUM COMPOLNDS. dY SAHA,4. GHOSH,0. (INDIAN
ASSCCIATICN FOR THE CULTIVATION OF SCIENGC- CALCUTTA. DEPT. OF MANLTISM) P 306-11.
41. EFFECT OF HYdROSTATIC PRESSURE ON THt INCCMMENSURATE PHASE OF K(2)S0O(,*. 8Y PR.SSiW
MAJKgZAK,C.F. AXE,J.D. ET AL (3RCOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. Y.) P 332-5.
42. THEORY OF ANOMALOUS RESISTIVITY ASSOCIATED WITH STRUCTURAL PHASE TRANSITIONS IN iV-Vi
CGMPOUNOS, BY KATAYAMA,S. MILLS,OL. (OSAKA UNiV., TOYGNAKA, JAPAN. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 336-52.
43. OIELECTRIt, SUSCEFTIbILITY IN QUANTUM FEPRCELECTRiCS. BY RYTZ,O. HOECHLl,U.T. tILZH.
(ECOLE POLYTFCHNIQUE FEJERALE, LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND. LAb. DE PHYSIQUE cXPLtlMENTALE)
P 3s9-*4.
44. HYSTERESIS EFFECTS IN X-iRRADIATED KH(2)PC(4), KD(2)PO(4), AND cBH(2)FO(4) FERRCELECTRIC
SINGLE CRYSTALS OBSERVED WITH ELEC'RON-SPIN RESONANCE. 6Y TRUESUALE, ,.0. FARACtH.A.
POOLE,C.P.,JF. (SOUTH CAIOLI'NA UNIV., COLUMBIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) F 3c7-8.
45. SUDERCONDUCTIVITY IN INHCMOGENEOUL GPANULAR METALS. BY MCLEANh.L. (RUTGERS UNIV., NEh
BRUNSWICK, No J. SEkIN PHYSICS LAB.) ? '55-8.
46. IhST8BILITY CF C.ANLLAP SUPERCONDUCTIVITY. eY SIMANEK,E. (CALIFCRNIA UNIV., RIVERSIDE.
DEPOT. OF PHYSICS) P 459-62.
47. SHAPE EFFECTS IN MAGNETIC SUPERCONDUCTORS. bY JARIC,M.V. (CALIFORNIa UNIVt, BERKELEY.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 463-f.
48. ANOMALOUS ELECTRICAL FESISTIVITY IN LIAL NEAR CRITICAL COMPOSITION. cY KURIYAMA,K.
KAMIJOHT. NOZAKI,T. (HOSLI UNIV., TOKYO, JAOAN. COLL. OF ENGINEERING) P L70-1.

REV, MOO. PHYS. VOL 52, NO. 3 (JUL 19iO)
49. KINETIC EQUATIGCS FROM HAMILTONIAN DYNAMICS MAnKOVIAN LIMITS, BY SPOHN,H. (MUNICH
UNIV., GERMANY. FACHBEKEICH PHYSIK) P 569-615.

J. FHYS. CHEM. REF. DATA VOL 9, NO. 2 (1960)
50. EVALUATED KINETIC AND PHOTOCHEMICAL JATA FOR ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY. LY BAULCHt,.L.
COXR.A. HAMPSCN,R.F.,JH. ET AL (LEEOS UNIV., ENGLAND. GEPT. OF CHEMISTRV)
P 295-471,






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J. PHYS. CHEM. REF. DATA VOL 9, NO. 2 (1i80) (CONT.)
*i. COMMENTS. gEVISFO VALUES OF THE OSMOTIC CCEFFICIhNTS AND MEAN ACTIVITY COEFFICIINTS OF
SODIUM NITRATE IN WATER AT 25 OLGCEES C. BY WU,Y.C. HAMER,h.J. (hATIONAL BUREAU OF
STANCARDS, HAShiNGTCN, 0. C.) P 513-a.
52. ANNOUNCEMENT. SECONj iNTERNATIONAL CONF-c;NG4; ON PRECISIOr MEASURiEM:NT ANL FUN:AMU NTAL
CONSTANTS. (TO BE HELD 8-12 .UNE 191o AT THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANCARr,
GAITHERS3U'., MARYLANu). P 519.

SCIENCE VOL 209, NO. 4457 (AUG 1980)
53. N'EGED CONVICTIONN TO MATCH CUR SCIENCE, (EDITORIAL). 6B fRANSCOMB,L.M. (16M CORP.,
ARMONK, N. Y.) P 641.
54. MEASURING THE SOCIETAL BENEFITS OF INNCVATICN. BY TE4K33URY,J.G. '~N.lNJM..LM.S.
CRANE,W.E. (FOSTER ASSOCIATES, WASHINGTCN, C. C.) P o,2-62.

SCIENCE VOL 205, NO. 445e (AUG 1980)
=5. THE GLOBAL 2000 fEPCRT. (EDITORIAL). BY A3ELSON,F.H. P ?bl.
56. DETECTING CLIMATE CHANGE DUE TO INCREASINGG CARBON DIOXIOD. BY MAC3NN,R.A.
RAMANATHAN,V. (NATIONAL CENTER FCR ATMOSFH-FIC RESAPRCH, 3CULDER, COLO.) F 7J6-8,

NATURE (LONDCN) VOL 266, NO. 5771 (JUL 1-80
57. OPTC-ACOUSTIC STUDY OF WEAK OPTICAL ABSORPTIGN OF LIQUID METHANE. uY PATEL,C.K.N.
NELSON,E.T. KERLP.J. (BELL LABS., MURRAY Hl L, N. Jol P 368-70.

NATURE (LCNOCN) VOL 286, NO. 5772 (JUL 1980)
58. CONVERSION OF CARcHYVDRATE INTO HYDOO.jE14 FUEL BY A DHOTOCATALYTIC PROCESS. dY KAWAI,T.
SAKATA,T. (INSTITUTE FOR MOLECULAR SCIENCE, OKAZAKI, JADAN) P 47t-6.

F OC. NAT. ACAO. SCI. U. S. A. VOL 77, NO. 6 (JUN 1960)
5E. DIELECTRIC CONSTANT OF ATOMIC FLUIDS WITH VARIABLE PCLARIZAEILITY. oY ALDERob.J.
BEERS,J.C. STRAUSS,n.L. WEIS,J.J. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LIVERMOR3. LAWRENCE LIV-PM3FcL
LAB.) P 3098-102.
60. TEONARY TRANSITION METAL PHOSCHIDES HIGF-TEMPERATUPE SUPERCONDUCTORS. 3s 8.AZ,H.
KUH.C. MEISNER,G.P. ET AL (BELL TELEPHONE LAaS., INC., 'URPAY HILL, N. J,)
D 3132-4.

NEW SCI. VOL 87, NO. 1209 (JUL 1980)
61. ORGANIC SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY JEROE,D. RI3AULT,1. 5ECHMIARD,K. (FA.IS UNIV., ORSAY,
FfANCE. LAB. DE PHYSIQUE DES SOLIOES) P 104-19.

PHYSICAL (UTRECHT) B+C VOL 100, NO. 2 (MAY 1960)
62. ELLIFSOMETRIC STUCY OF THE SURFACE CF SIMPLE LIQUIDS. (APGON). BY 8EAGLEHOLEO.
(VICTORIA UNIV., WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND) P 163-74.
63. MAXIMA IN THE PROTON ZEEMAN RELAXATION RATES OF G;(CH(3))(4) CAUSED BY THt TU4NELLING OF
METHYL GPOUPS. BY LIGTHELM,O.J. WIND,A.A. SMIDT,J. (DELFT UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY,
NETHERLANDS. DEPT. OF APFLIE3 PHYSICS) P 175-90.
64. MEASUrEMENT OF DIFFUSION COEFFICIENTS VIA DIFFUSION IN FLOWING GAS I. METhOC. BY
REUS,K.W. ZWAKHALS,C.J. SMITJ.A. (UTRECHT RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT, NETHEPLANDS. FYSISCH
LA9.) P 221-30.
65. MEASUREMENT OF DIFFUSION COEFFICIENTS VIA DIFFUSION IN FLOWING GAS. II. RESULTS. dY
ZWAKMALS,C.J. REUS,K.W. (UTRECHT RIJKSUNIVcERSITIT, NETHEFLANC., FtSISCH LAB.)
P 231-44.

PHYSICA (UTRECHT) B+C VOL 100, NO. 3 (JUN 1960)
66. SUPERCONOUCTIVITY OF EQUILIBRIUM SOLID SOLUTIONS. BY PREKULA.F. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
OF THE USSR, SVEROLOVSK. INST. OF METAL PHYSICS) P 281-96.
67. ACOUSTICS IN SUFERFLUID HELIUM. I. INTRODUCT.CN TO THE FOURTH-SCUNJ PHENChENCN. 3Y
HARTOOG,A. VAN BEELEN,H. (LEIDEN RIJKSUNIVERSITTIT, NETHERLANDS. KAMEKLINGh CNNES
LAB.) P 291-302.
68. ACOLSTICS IN SUPERFLUIO HELIUM. II. CALCULATION OF THE ATTENUATION OF FOURTH SOLNO. BY
HAPTOOG,A. VAN 8EELEN,H. DISATNIK,Y. (LEIDEN RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT, NEThERLANGS.
KAMERLINGH ONNES LAZ.) P 303-23.
6,. SPIN-LATTICE RELAXATION AT STRONG FIELDS IN THE NON-KRAMERS SYSTEM NISIF(6)-6H(2)0. BY
VAN OER BI.T,A. VAN OUYNEVELDT,A.J. (LEIDEN RIJKSUNIV.RSITEIT, NETHERLANDS.
KAMERLINGH ONNES LAB.) P 324-32.
70. LOW FIELD BEHAVIOUR OF TM(2+) IN CAF(2) AT ULTRA-LOW NUCLEAR SPIN TEMPERATURE, BY
URBINA C. JACCUINOT,J.F. (CEA CENTRE OE ETUDES NUCLEAI;E3, SACLAY, FIANCE. DIV. DE LA
PHYSIQUE) P 333-42.
71. THE DC JO-EPHSON EFFECT FOR PROXIMITY SYSTEMS WITH MAGNETIC IMPURITIES. Y MGRIhN.
KODAMA,S. OZAKI,H. (WASEOA UNIV., TOKYO, JAPAN. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)
P 3-4-7.





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J. FHYS. A VCL 13, NO. 6 (JUN 1180)
72. LATTICE GAS MODEL FGtO LICUIO-VAPOUR ,-ANSITIUN. NON-SINGULAR LIAMET'-r WIThQLT
oARTICLE-HJLE SYMME'PY. eY SAK,J. VAUSE,G. (i.UTGEPS UNIV., PISCATAhAY, N. J. SERI:;
PHYSICS LAu.) P L217-20.

J. FHYS. 8 VCL 13, NO. 11 (JUN 19POI
73. TOTAL SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONS FCF INTEP.RDIATE-ENERGY POSITrONS IN THE ;:OLECUL4A~ GASES
H(2>) 0(2), N(2), CC(2) AND CH(4 ). oY CHAki.TCNt'. Gr FFITHT.S. nEvLANC,G.'.
WRIGHT,G.L. UNIVERSITYY CCLL., LCNCON, ENGLANO. OFPT, OF PHYSICS ANL ASTr.GNOMY)
P L353-6.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 19 (JUL 1960)
74~ THE APPROACH TO CLASSICAL DYNAMICS OF REORIENTIN, METHYL GROUPS. (10-65 K). BY
CLOUGH,S. HEICEMANN,A. (NOTTINGHAM UNiV., ENGLANG. DOPT. CF FhYSILS) F 35o5-9.
75. PHONON SCATTERING IN AL(2)C(3)-MN(3+). (0.35-150 <). 3Y ZOLLEr,W. 1lETSCME,W.
KIN-ER,H. ET AL ITECHNISMHE UNIV., MUNICH, GERMANY. PHYSIK-OEPT.) P 3591-607.
76. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF AN AMORPHCUS INSULATING SPIN GLASS MANGANESE ALUMINCSILICATE.
BY FEFREJ. POMMIR,J. RENARO,J.P, KNCIKR,K. (PARIS UNIV., OrSAr, FqANCE. LAeB. 0
PHYSIQUE DES SCLIDES) P 3697-711.

J. PHYS. C VCL 13, NO. 20 (JUL 19a0)
77. LOW-FFEQUENCY CONCUCTIVITY IN DISCR-EkEC SYSTEMS CgU TO VA1nAELE-AiNGG. huPING (LETT f
TO THE EDITOR). BY FISHCHUK,I.I. PUDKO,V.N. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN
SSR, KIEV. INST. FOR NUCLEAR RESEARCH) P L'-3-'.
78. STUDY OF THE ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF K(2)SEC(') AT Tri PHASE TRANSITICN TO THE
INCO:MME:4J'ATL ANC THE CCMMENSURATE PHASE BY ULTRASONIC TECHNIQUES AN, 6RILLOUIN
SPECTROSCOPY. (30-200 K). BY REHWeLD,v. VCNLANTHEN,A. KPUGER,J.K. ET A- (RCA
LCAS., LTD., ZURICH, SWITZERLAND) P 3823-34.
79. PHASE TRANSITION ANG CRITICAL COFRELATION FUNCTIONS IN THE SPIN-1/2 ISING MCDCL LA A
DIAPCND LATTICE. BY MOURITSEN,O.G. (CHEMICtL INST., AARHUS, OENAr.K. DEPT. OF
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY) P 3909-20.
80. LOW TEMPERATURE DIELECTiIC STUDIES OF SOME RArE-EARTH OXIDeS. Y LALrl.. (RUHr UNIV.,
5OCHUM, GERMANY. EXPPIPENTALPHYSIK IV) P 3963-76.

J. CHYS. (PARIS) VOL 41, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
d1. LOW TEMPERATURE MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY CF QUASI CNE-CIMENSIONAL CONDUCTOFS. BY
MILJAK,M. KCRIN,e. COOPTRJ.F. ET AL (ZAGREB UNIV., YUGOSLAVIA. iNST. CF PHYSICS)
P 62s-46.
62. LANDAU THEORY CF PHASE TRANSITIONS IN TTF-TCNQ. 3Y HARTZSTEIN,C. ZELVIN,V. WEGER,M.
(HEEREW UNIV., JERUSALEM, ISRAEL. .ACAH 1NST. OF PHYSICS) P 677-700.

JET: LETT. (FNGL* TRANSL.) VOL 30, NO. 5 (S:F 1970)--(TRANSL. OF PIF ris ZH. cKSP. T.EO9.
FIZ. VOL 30, hC. 5, SEP 179I
63. A NEW TYPE OF GIANT OSCILLATIONS IN THE A2SORPTICN OF SOUND BY METALS uUE TC COHERENT
HAGKtTIL 3jEAKDOWNh. Y MAKAROVV.I. SLUTSKINA.A. SUKHINAG.V. SANKOVA.A. (AGAAD-MY
OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, DONETSK. PHYS3GOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOJv TEMPERATURES)
P 237-41.
84. EFFECT OF PRESSURE ON THE FERMI SURFACE CF ANTIFE;R)MAGNETIC CHROMIUM. BY
VINOKUROVAtL.I. GAPOTCHENKO,A.G. ITaKEVICH,,.S. -T AL (ACAO-MY OF StilNCES OF THE
USSR, MOSSOW. INST. OF HIGH PLESSUPE PHYSICS) P 246-9.
85. ANISCTROPIC CAPTURE OF 29-GM(-1) PHONONS IN A -uvY. BY 5ASUN,S.A. K.PLYANSKII,A.A.
SHEKITMANV.L. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF ThE USSR, LZNINGRAd. PHYSICGTECHNICAL INST.)
P 2-5-8.
86. SUPERHIGH PRESSURES PRODUCED BY USING CAQ8ONAOO An'ILS (POLYCPYSTALLINE DOAMCNOS).
(USES A SUPERCOlCUCTING LEAO MANOMETER). BY BRANJT,N.B. BE N. EMANI.. SIjOROV,V.I.
(MOSCOW STAT- UNIV., USSR) P 265-8.
87. ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY CF (TSET)(2)CL AT TEMPERATURtS BELOW 1 K. bY GINODMAN,V.3.
ZHERIKHINA,L.N. YURCHAKEVILH,E.E. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOri. IN-T. OF
PHYSICS) P 268-70.
88. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF SOLID OXYGEN. BY SLYUSAP--, V.A. FrkEIMAN,YU.A. YANKELEIVCH,R.P.
(AACDEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSP, KHARKOi. PHYSICUTECHNICAL INST. CF LOW
TEMPERATURES) P 270-4.
39. CONDUCTIVITY OF PLASTICALLY DEFORMED GERMANIUM AT SUPERLOW TiMP-:r..TU ES. BY
ZINCVEVAK.N. KOZILKH.M.L. TRUNOVV.A. ET AL (ACACDMY OF SCIE.NiS OF THE USSR,
LENINGRAD. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 261-3.

ZH. EKSP. TECR. FIZ. VOL 78, NO. 6 (JUN 1980) (IN .USSIAN)
90. INVESI'GA'ION, OF PHASE TF1ANFORMArIONC IN (TS'T)(2)CL UNPrij Pr::_SU, ,-T Luw
TEHP=RATURES. BY LAUKHIN,V.N, SHCHEGOLEVI.F. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSc,
MOSCOW. INST. CF CmMICAL PHYSICS) F 2332-E.
91. KINETICS CF FCRPATIN OF ,BIKO6C0V vOrT'CES IN TYPE-I, ,UPEcCuJCU.r rOPF BY
CHIGVINACZE,J.G. JAPIASHVILIT.A. (ACADEMY OF SCliNrLS OF THE GEORGIAN iSSn TI2LISI.
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i2. SUPERCONDUCTING ALUMINIUM FILM IN A MICROWAVE RADIATION FIELC. BY TOLFYGO,S.K.
TULIN,V.A. (ACADEMr OF SCIENCES CF THE USSR, MOS^OW. INST. OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS)
P 2352-6.
93. NORMAL COMPONENT OFRAG B8 THE CONDLNSATE IN NCNZQUILIBRIUM SUPERONQUCTOQS. BY
SHELANKOV,*.L. (ACAOTMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, LENINGRAD. INST. OF ENGINEERiNb
PHYSICS) P 2359-73.

UKR. FIZ. ZH. (RUSS. ED,) VOL 25, NO. u (APR 19.0)
94. THE EFFECT OF LATTICE DEFECTS ON MIGROHARCNESS D PENGENCE IN LD(X)rG(1-X)TE CRYSTALS.
BY KCMANB,.P. PASHKOVSKII,M.. (LVOV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR) P 6*9-56.

UKR. FIZ. ZH. (RUSS. F9.) 4OL 25, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
95. TEMPERATURE AND CONCENTRATION STUDIES OF NU(1)(CN) 9rjND PARAMETERS IN IF MASOKPTION
SPECTRUM UF SCN- IMPURITY IONS IN AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS OF ALKALI-HALOIL 3ALTS. dY
6ELYI,M.U. GORBATENKO,M.G. ERMOLENKO,G.I. KUSHNIRENKOI.YA. (KIcV STATE UNIV.,
UKRAINIAN SSF) P 719-24.
96. VAPOUP-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM STUDY FCR THE FENTaNE-26.27 MOL. PERCENT BENZENE SOLUTION IN A
WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE INCLUDING THE VICINITY OF THE VAPORIZATION CRITICAL STATE. dY
BEZRONAYk,L.A. SHIMANSKAYA,E.T. (KIEV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR) P ~26-33.
97. INTERACTION CF SURFACE MAGNETOS'A'IC SPIN WAV._ WITH A PARAMbuN-:TI.: Cr.YSTA.. BY
DANILOV,V.V. (KIEV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSP) P 653-5.
91. ELECTFOACOUSTIC ECHO IN P.ROUSTITE AND PYRARGYFITE. BY EAISA,D.F. SKiuRUNt.O.
(CAAOEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF PHYSICS) 83tf-E

UKR. FIZ. ZH. (RUSS. ED.) VOL 25, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
19. DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF HYDROGEN AND NEON SOLUTIONS IN .IQUID ARGON AND INTE.MOLEGLULAR
INTERACTIONS. BY LOBKOM,.P. PASHK"V.V.V. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES OF TriE UKRAINIAN SSP,
KHAFKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. CF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 901-6.
100. LOW-TEM1'%RTUi VAjANuV MEE.HANISN OF MOLE.;ULE END SITE MOTIC. 'v JOLIK,-.Z. AL.EKSELV, ,.N.
VISHNEVSK;IV.E. ET AL (KIEV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR) P 919-2(.
101. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF HCLES IN ACCEPTCR CENTRES CF GAMMA(d) SYMMETPFY 6Y TSMOTS,V.M.
(OROGOBYCH PEDOGOGIC INST., UKRAINIAN SSR) f- 927-32.
102. OAVYOOV SPLITTING IN Ik SPECTRA OF CRYSTALLINE OIJC.1-BOXYLIC ACIDS. BY KSHNYAKINA,S.I.
PUCFKOVSKAYAG.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKOAINIAN SSn, KIEV. INS3T. CF PHYSICS
P 94d-52.
103. ISOTHERMAL EQUATION OF STATE FO, CENSE LIQUIDS ANJ GASES. II. GINARY SY.TEMS. 3f
SYSOEV,V.M. (KIEV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSf) P 953-9.
104. GRAVITATIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF THERMODYNAMICAL PROPcRTIES CF 9.NARY MIVTTurS N-AR
CRITICAL STATE. EY ALEKHIN,A.D. SHIMANSKII,YU.I. (KIEV STATE UNIV., UKkAINIAh SSRI
P 989-92.
105. EFFECT OF SPIN REGULATION ON LIGHT ABSORPTION 8Y CRYSTAL OXYGEN IN 13000-15000 SM(-1)
6ANC. BY PRIKHCTKOA.F. OSTROVSKII,VS.3 PIKUS,YU.G. SHANPKIIL.I. (ACALEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF PHYSICS) F 1003-b.
106. INFLUENCE OF IRCN IMPURITY ON kAnGIE' EE=LGY SPECTRiUn IN CCS6. BY GRiNEVA,3.1.
DAN]LEVICH,O.I. TOVSTYUK,K.D. (CHEFNOVITS STATE UNIV., UKr.AINIAN SS. SECTION OF
SEMICONOUCTOR MATERIAL STUDIES) P 1016-6.
107. ANOMALIES IN EX;ITON REFLECTION SPECTRA OF 4IXED ZN(XICO(I-XISE SINGLE CRYSTALSp BY
GOER,D.b. KOSOBUTSKII,P.S. SHEVEL,S.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKAAINIAN SSR,
KIEV. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 10~i-2.

DOKL. AKA6. NAUK SSSR SER. FIZ. VOL 251, NO. 6 (180) (IN RUSSIAN)
10o. OPTICAL PROPERTIES AND STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATION IN NITI. 6Y BOLETSKAiA,T.K.
EGOrUSHKIKV.E. SAVITSKIIE.M, FAOIN,V.P. P 1338-70.

V.STN. MOSK, UNIV. FIZ, ASTRONOMIYA VOL 21, NO. 3 (MAY-JUN 1980) (IN RUSSIAM)
109. NONLINEAR LOSSES IN STRONTIUM TITANATE DIELECTRIC RESONATORS AT T=,.2 K. BY SYCHEVV.M.
BELOKOPYTOV,G.V. IVANOV,I.V. P '8-9.

PHYS. nET. PETALLOGR. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 47, NO. 3 (1979)--(TRANSL. OF FIZ. MET.
METALLOVEC. VCL 47, NO. 3, 1979)
110. INVESTIGATION OF RESIDUAL RESISTIVITY IN COPPER-ALUMINIUM 4LPHA SOL-0 sjLUTIONr. BY
ZU9CHENKO,V.S. KULISMHN.P. PETRENKO,P.V. (KIEV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR) P 31-6.
111. CONTRIBUTION OF STATIC LATTICE DISTORTIONS TO THE RESIDUAL RESISTIVIT OF IFON-ALUMINIUM
ALLOYS. aY CAVIOOVSKIIVM. KULISH,N.P. PETRENKO,P.V. .EFET3KIIS.P. (KIEV STATE
UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR) P 37-41.
112. TEMP~EATURE CEPENGrNCL OF ULTRASONIC AB30sPTICN IN, TUNGETiN. (4-60 K). 3Y VLASOVK.B,
RINKEVICH,A.B. NASYROV,R.SH. (ACADEMY CF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, SVEROLOVSK. INET. OF
METAL PHYSICS) P 61-72.
113. STATISTICAL THERMODYNAMIC THEORY OF LOH-TEMrEPATU-rE INTE .STITIAL STLU'TIJUC S IIr ALLOYS
WITH A HEXAGONAL CLOSE-FACKEf CRYSTAL LATTICE. 5Y -3UGAYiVV.N. RYZHKOV,V.I. (ACADEMY
OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN 3SR, KIEV. iNST. OF METAL PHYlICS) P .9-107.





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114. Low-TEMPE ..TUkE THE;' l1L EXPA-NSION OF r'O.Y V.T A LIL T .IT Niu Y IL. YEt ,.. .
POPOVV.p. EERVAKOV,V.A. (KHARKCV S'ATE UNIV., UK-AINI4N 33;) P 109-91.

PHILOS. MAG. A VOL t1, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
115. FLASTIC JLFCP,,A'IGN, ~N L -*"CNICITY ANrE G LEN E SE" PAF,1EET ')F ALF. -llr.UT, IuM. Y
3OTTANIC.E. OSSI,P.M. (POLITEGNICC Oi 0 ILANO, ITALY. CENTrO STULI NJCLEAkI E. FErMI)
P 943-7.

J. PHYS. CHEl. SOLIDS VOL 41, NO. 7 (1980)
116. PARAPETER. VAkIATICN LN LCW-QuARTZ BETWEEN j qN ?o9 <- Bt LE PAGE,Y. CALdE-T,L.D.
GABE,E.J. (NATIONAL rESEA-.CH COUNCIL OF CANADA, OTTAIA, O:nTArPC. DIV. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 721-5.
117. BAND STRUCTUFAL PROrERTIES OF MCS(2) (MOLYBJENITE). (SUPERCCNJUCT3R). BY LUPTA,V.P.
(ROCRKEE UNIV., INDIA. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 757-60.
118. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF THE PSEUDO-BINARY INTiKMETALLIC COMPOUNDS (Ce(x)Y(1-XYFi(2). 6Y
D0 CUNHA,S.F. GUIMARAES,A.F. LIVI,F.P. (;ENTRO 3rASIL.IO CE PFSQUISAS FiSi-2S, -I
DE JANEIRO) F 761-3.
119. THE A9SORCTICN EDGE. OF GES AND UkbACHS RULE. (4-240 K). BY WILEY,J.D. THOMASe.
SCHOENHERR,t. BrITSCHER3T,A. (WISCONSIN UNIV., MALISON. CiPT. CF L,.TCTICAL ANJ
COMPUTER ENGINEERING) P 801-8.

J. .ESS C'CiN HME'. VOL 70, NO. 1 (MA- 1980)
120. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN TH. ZR- P-H(C) SYSTEM. 3Y NFRANG,P.P. TAYLO%,K.N.". PAUL,G.L.
(NEW SOUTH WALES Uiil., K'ENZ 3 TON, AUSTRALIA. SCHOOL OF PHYSICS) P P25-3o.

PHYS. STATUs SOLICI A VOL Sd, NO. 2 (APR 1980)
121. TME4MAL CONDUCTIVITY OF rIGH-PU;,'Y 4JLYHLNUM .- 3Y GLAOUN,A. GLAOUN,C. WINLt:.E~-G,m.
(AKADOMI- 3D HWISLrSCH>,FTEN rLr CDri, LORj-"U Z:NT;ALINSTITUT FUUi FLSTKG;FRP PHY31K
UNO WERKSTOFFC93ChUNG) P 409-14.
122. ThE HNSTE;E-.E S OF ULT.S OUN. ,,TTft.UATIOON ,E ,-. A'r rJ.,04 ri(lC) :rj N: *-.. 6Y MI3LKK.
SLE-kH.rJT,J (CZEChCSLOOWK ACADEMY ZF SCI-NC:-., AL I i T. OF PY.TCO ) P K173-3.
123. X-R.Y 5TUrY CF LATTICE A A'- ETERS AND Tm-E: -MAL E.c ri ClCN 3FFI CI : TT F ZCI, :Iar jHI G
OVER THE RANGE 90 TO 320 K. 9Y SHELEG,A.L. KUTAS,9A.,. TEKHANOVI3d,N.P. (ACADE'IY OF
SCIENCES OF 'HE BELOUSSIAN SSR, HINSK. INST. OF S0.10 STATE AND SEICCNLUCTuR PHYSICS)
P Ki7-584.
124. LRITrIAL "~AGNETIC FIELDS IN SUPERCONDUCTING LEAD ALLOYS, 3Y SULKCdSK,C. (F-LIH
ACACEIY OF SCIENCES, WRCCLAW. INST. CF LCW TEMPErATUrE AND ST\UlTUPE RESLAACrH)
P K1i9-92.
125. COMMENTS ON EFFECTS OF TH2 FLUCTUATION CF SOLUTE CONuENTRATICV IN AL-1O wT FEiCkNT ZN
ALLOY ON AGING AT LuOW TEIPERATUtE. BY VlGIEh,G. ME-LIN,J. INSTITUTET ,ATI.CNAL iES
SCIENCES APPLIQLEE3, LYONS, FRANE. GROUFE L ETUJES DE MfeALLUGIE PHYSIQUE ET DE
PHYSIQUE DES MATEPIAUX) P K199-2CO.
126. REPLY TO COMMENTS ON EFFECTS OF THE FLUCTLATICN OF SOLUTE CLNC:lTA;TILN iin AL-E iNT
PEfCENT ZN ALLOY CN AGING AT LOW TEMPERATURE, bY OHTA,ri. YAMAOA,M. KANAONI,r.
SoKAK1BARA,A. (OKAYAMA UNIV., JAPAN. SChOOL OF ENGINEERING) P K201-4.

SOLIO STAT- COMMON. VOL 34, NO. 11 (JUN 1980)
127. HIGH-PRESSURE SYNTHFSIS CF A15 NB(3)SI PHASE FROM AOr.PhOUS Nd-SI ALLCYS. BY
SURYANARAYANA,C. WANG,W.K. iWASAKI,H. MASUMOTO,T. (BANAkAS HINiU UNIV., VARANASI,
INDIA. DEPT. OF METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING) P 861-u.
126. TH'eMGLUMIlESCEN4.- AND, mcncCG~ E-Y FrOC-I S-S I'I FPUR- ANO 30Fj NC AFT :- ?G-K I -R-i:AT Ijr4
BY LOPEZ,F.J. AGUILAk,M. JAJUE,F. -GULLOLuFE7,F. (CJO.'EjC ;u~FRiCL .E
INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS UNIVERSIOAC AUTONOMA 3E MADRIC, SPAIN. DEPT. CE OPTICAL Y
ESTCUCTURA OE LA MATEPIA) P 369-"2.

SOLID STATE CGCMUN. VOL 24, NO. 12 (JUN 180)
129. A NEW FAMILY OF T.ErmAPY INTE"RMETALLIC SU PErGl(.CJOUu ,TiG-MAL.,;ETI7 TA.4Nil' EY
REMEIKA,J.P. ESPINOSA,G.P. COCPER,A.S. ET AL (BELL TELLtHCN;_ LABS., INC., MUl..AY
HILL, N. J.) P 923-6.
130. AMLITE SCITUTGN" IN INChMMHEN3UF ATE PEIErS ZYST.EM Ic1.LA' CCNj. FC- T'F-T'-N:. 3Y
KRUMHANSL,J.A. HORCVITZ,~. HEEGER,A.J. (CC-NE.L UNIV., ITHACA, N. Y. EPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 945-8.

RADIAT. EFF. VOL 47, NO. 1-4 (1980)
131. JOSEPHSON JUNCTION FABRICATION 5Y MEANS CF ION IrPLANTATION AND ELECTION iEAM
LITHOGRAFMY. BY GAMO,K. NAMBA,S. (OSAKA UNIV., JAPAN. FACULTY OF .NGINEER-NG
SCIENCE) P 171-6.
132. INVESTIGATiON CF METASTAELE SUPi-DONOuCT IlG ALLOV r OUUCED EY OOw 7TF-L- ATuL.cE +, N
IMPLANTATION. '3Y MEYER,J.D. STRITZKE.R, (KErNFU- CMUNS"ANL-GEt JUL.,-l G.M.B.M.,
GERMANY. INST. FUEF FlSTKOERPEFCRSCHUNG) P 17'-62.





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ACUSTICA vOL 45, NU. 1 (MAY 1980)
133. G~UEFTEISr DOAA. 7ATE ANO THE INTERNAL Pi--3UAE OF SMPFLE L:GLl3. BY SHAr.MA,b.K.
(REGIONAL COLL. OF EDUCATION, BHUbANESwAR, INDIA. OtPT. OF FMYSICS) F 65-7.
134. BEHAVIOUP OF ExCESS INTLENAL F.ESSURF_ L4E G rLEfEiScN PA',AMETERS OF AQUEOUS
NON-ELECTROLYTE S bY MURTHY,N.M. SIVAKU'AR,K.V. 3UoAHMANYA.A,S.J. (AUTONOMOUS POST
GfiAuATE CENTRE, ANANTAPUR, INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 71,

MOL. CRYST. LIG. CRYST. VOL 9, NC. 1-2 (19301
135. STUDIES ON DISC-LIKE MOLECULES. I. HEAT CAPACITY OF BENZEhE-HEXA-N-HEXONATE FhOM 13 TO
393 K. BY SCkAI,M. TSUJItK. SUGAH. SEKI,S. (OSAKA UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF
CHEPISTRY) P 33-58,

J. CHEM. THEPMCDVN. VOL 12, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
136. 'HERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF BINARY AND TE, NARY MIXTURES CONTAINING SULF3LANE. V. -XCE3S
tNTHALPi'S OF CrCLOHCXANE + BENZENEt CYCLCHEXkNE TOLUcNE, B;NZENE + SULFOLAN. ANC
TOLUENE + SULFOLANE. tY KA'IC,M. (OULU UNAI., FINLANO. DEFT. OF CHEMi.-TRY P 635-9.
137. FXCESS VOLUMES CF LIQUI MIYTuPES AT hIGH PRESSU ES. IV. PrY.FSOJrE EFcriJEFrcGE OF EXCESS
GIg S Eri-.'GIL., EXC-.S -NT POFIEL, AN EACi'SS rNTHn LPIFS OF AQUE-OUS GNr-EL-iCT6GLYT-
MIXTURES UP TO 250 MPA. BY GO-TZEG. SCNEIGER, M. (BOCHUM UNIV., GE~rANY. INST. OF
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY) P 661-72.
138. DETERMINATION OF THE CRITICAL CONSTANTS OF HIGH-BOILING HYD;OCARBOS. EXP.KIMENTS WITH
GALLIUM A. A CONTAINING LIQUID BY KAY,W.B. PAKS.C. (OHIO STATE UNIV., CGLUMBUS.
DEPT, OF CHEMICAL LNGINEEPING) P 673-81,
139. THEHMODYNAMIC FRCPERTIES CF CYCLOHEXANE-C(121 LCW-TEMPErATURE HEAT CAPACITY AND
ENTIALPIES OF TRANSITION ANJ FUS;CN FROM ACCURATE DIFFEFENTIAL SCANNING ACLCRIMETRY. AND
THE ENTROPY FPOM SPECTROSCOPIC RESULTS. EY MirAWS.C. NAAS-OrOURKE ,.F ('XXON
RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING CO., LINuEN, N. J. CORPORATE PESFARGH LA3S.) P 691-704.

J. CHEM. THERMOCYN. VOL 12, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
140. (P, V, T) OF COMPF.RSSED FLUID ETHENE. 3Y STFATY,G.C. (NATIONAL BUPFAU OF STANiARDS,
BOULDER, COLO. THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES DIV.) P 709-16.
141. THERMCDYNAMICS CF SCME LANTHANIOE TPIHALILE3. III. REINTERPRETATICN OF .NL (3) SCHOTTKY
ANOMALIES. BY HESTRUM,E.F.,JP. CHIRICC,R.OD G-UBE7r,J.B. (MICHI;AN UNIV., ANN ARdO,.
OLPT. OF CH=MISTPY) P 717-36.
142. THE HEAT CAPACiTY OF NH(4)B FPOM 265 TO 550 K. THE II-TO-I TRANSITION. EY BARTEL,J.J.
CALLANAN,J.E. WESTRUM, E.F.,JO. (MICHIGAN UNIV., ANN ARSCR. OEPT. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 753-60.
1435 AN ADIABATIC CALORIHETE- FOR HEAT-CAPACiTY ,~EASU:EM.NTS BTWE.EN 6 AND 300 K. THE MOLAN
HEAl CAPACITY OF ALUMINIUM. BY GOWNIE,G.B. MAKTIN,J.F. (3T'ATHCLYDE UNIl., GLASGOw,
SCOTLAND. DEPT. OF METALLURGY) P 7'9-a6.
144. LOW-TEMPEATUKE MOLA HEAT CAPACITIES ANO INTER-RELATIONS OF THERMOJYhAMIC FROPETI:S OF
(COPPER + ALUMINIUM) ALLOYS. BY MARTIN,J.F. DOWNIEO.B. (STRATH3LYUE UNIV., GLASGOW,
SCOTLANU. DEFT. OF METALLURGY) F 787-96.

J. P-YS. CHEM. VCL 84, NO, 14 (JUL 1980)
145. SOME CONSILEFATIONS ON TH: APPLICATION CF THE LONLJN MOCL FOR GALC UL.TING dOU;ING
POINTS, (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY t'O.E,R. CAAPARELLI,A.L. INSTITUTEO DE
INVESTIGACIONES FISICOQUIMICAS TEURICAS Y APLICADMS, LA PLATA, ARGENTINA) P 1870-1.
146. SIMPLIFIED FCFM3 OF THE MYr-S-LONCON MODEL FC. I NT-rMOL _-ULAF FOrCEE IPN igQLijj.
(LETTER TO THE EDITOR. BY MYEkS,R.T. (KENT STATE UNIV., OHIO. ODPT. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 1871.

J. PHYS. CHEM. VOL 84, NO. 15 (JUL 1i.0)
147. POSITIVE-CHARGE SCAVENGING BY AMINES IN PULS:-I.r.ADIATEO SEC-BUTYL CHLORIDE GLASSES AT
77 K. OEPENOENCE OF RATE ON THE IONiZATIOh POTENTIAL OF AMINES. jY KIRA,A. NOSAKA,Y.
IMAPURA,M. (INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL RESEARCH, W;KC, SAITAMt, JAPAN)
P 1982-6.
148. CATALYTIC ACTIVITYY OF LaNTHANUM HEXABORIDE FOP HYDROGEN-UEUTERIUM EQUILIBfATION, BY
NAGAKI,T. INGUE,Y. KOJIMA,I. YASUNCRI,I. (TOKYO INST. OF TECH., JAPAN. DEPT. OF
CHEMISTRY) F 1193-25.
149. MATIX Ee'uO CF THE PROTONATEO CARBOXYLIC ANICN PCG:CAL IN GAMMA-iri~.A-;AT- L-ALANINE.
SIMULATION USING A GENERAL MATRIX ENCOR LINE-SHAPE MOLEL AN' SINGLE CiYSTAL GATA. BY
KEiAN,L. SCHLICK,S. TOPIYAMAK. IWASAK],M. (WAYNE STATE UNIV., CETROIT, MICh. DEPT.
OF CHEMISTRY) P 1950-4.

J. PHYS. CHE,. VOL 84, NO. 16 (AUG 1980)
150. CHARGE-TPANSFER EXCITED STATES OF OSMIUM(II) COMPLEXES. 2. QUANTUM-YIELD AND uECty-TIME
MEASUREMENTS. BY LACKY,0.E. PANKUCHB.J. L(.OSbY,3.A. (WASHINGTON STATE UNIV.,
PULLMAN. DEPT, OF CHEMISTRY) P 2068-7l.

J. CHEM. SOC., FARADAY TRANS. II VOL 76, PT. 6 (1980)
151. STATISTICAL GECMETRY OF HARD-SPHERE SYSTEMS. 3V SPEEDY,R.J. (VICTOkIA U.IV.,
WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALANC. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P u93-703.






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J. CHEM. SOC., FARAAY TRANS. II JOL 76, PT. 6 (1380) (CONT.)
152. VOLLME PE.AXATION IN SIMPLE LIOUILS. 8Y =ASThUOO,A.R. (0OYAL LCL... uO 3C-INC: ANtu
TECHNOLOGY, GLASGOW, SCC'LAND) P 704-10,

CHEM. PHYS. LETT. VOL 72, NO. 1 (MAY 1930)
153. FLUORESCENCE SPECTRUM OF THE aENZENE RAIJICAL CATION IN SOLID ARGON. ;. riLLE;,J.M.
ANOFEWS,.. (VIRGINIA UNIV., CHAPLOTTSVILL-, Di3T. OF CH:MIST;YI P })-3.

BEl. BUNSENGES. FHYS. CHEN. VOL 84, NO. 5 (l'wY 19,0)
154. DETERMINATION OF CONSISTENT INTEPOLFCUULAc Pi IR PJTENTIALS CF R.AL GSES FRCM
EXPERIMENTAL DATA OF THE ISOTHERMAL TniOTTLING COFFICIENT AN) THi: S: CONL VIPIAL
COEFFICIENT* PART I. EXP.PIMENTAL VALUES OF THE ISOTHERMAL 'HOTTLIru .jFFF.,IT.T r-
PROFANE, .ULFURHEXAFLUORIOE, OIFLUORMCNO-LOR.METHANE, ANO PROPENE. :t jIErK.
MAUREPG. SANO,H. (KARLSRUHE UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FU-- T'.HNISCi THErMOCINAMIK U'0
KAELTETECHNIK) F 430-6.
155. DiTERMINATIJN OF CONSISTENT INTEP'ROLECULA~ PAIR POTENTIALS OF REL buLES FRCC.
EXPERIMENTAL OATA CF THE ISOTHERMAL THROTTLING COEFIICIEiT ANL THE SECOND VIiAi.
CGEFFIC~LNT. PART 11. DETSRMINATICN OF THg PAIR P~FTNTIA4S OF PROPANi, IThANE, t-JPI3N
SULFURHEXAFLUORICE, AND IFLUCRMO GOChiL.CRTHANE AND THE1-Z otH:CK ON GALKN;.TIC TRANSPOET
COEFFICIENTS. SY BIER,K. MAURER,G. SANDH. (KAP.LSUrmE UNi4., GE6,yNY. iN3T. FUER
TECHNISCHc THERMODYNAMIK UNO KAELrETECHNIK) P 437-46.
156. THE DIFFUSIVE CRYSTALLIZATICN OF THE OkGANIC MEAL TTF-rCNQ. BY CAlLaEN,. JOMANENI.
GALSTERG. EECHGAA-OK. (RISOE NATIONAL LA&., -,OSKILDE, GNMAiAK. UDPT. OF CMciri-;TY)
P u8-61.


SECTION II. CPYOGENIC ENGINEERING

CRYCG.NICS VOL 22, NO. 7 (JUL 1B60)
157. SFAE APPLICATIONS OF SUPERGONDULTIVITY RESCNATORS FO- HIGH STAL IlTY OSCiLLATORS ANO
OTHER APPLICATICNS. BY STEiN,S.K. NATIONALL BUaRAU OF STANLAkDS, fOULJER, CuJO. TIME
AND FREQUENCY DIV.) P 363-"1.
156. INTERNALLY CCOLEL CABLED SUPECCONCUCTORS. BY HOENIG,t.O. (MASSACTUSf-TT. INhT. OF
TECH., CAM6PIDGE. F;PANLIS BI9TEP NATIONAL MAGNE' LAU.) P 373-19.
159. THE EFFECTS OF MAGNcTIC FIELD OSCILLATIONS ON LOSSES IN SUP~OCONLUCTNG COMPOSITES. 3Y
HUNTM.E. RAKELSJ.M. PHODESC.G. (MINING ANO HEMICL.. CO., LTC., -ONDON, E3 GLAND)
P 390-4.
160. A DOUBLE-STAGE NUCLEAR DEMAGNETIZAION REFRiLbERATCR. Y MUELLE?,F.M. 3UGHALi~CF.
FOLLEH.R. ET AL (KERNFORSCHUNGSANLAGL JUELICH G.M.E.H., GERMANY. NNST. FU;-R
FESTKOERPERFCRSiThUNG P 35-407.
161. THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A TEMPE-ATURE _SALE Fk _J; 0., 1 _K 3 0.i ] K J I'u., r.0St LNDO (cO3)
GAMMA-RAY MNISOTcOFY THEKMOMETE'S. 9Y S3LLEN,,R.J.,J Mk~il.K,n. (rt. ,T:. NAL tUkAU OF
STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, C. C.I F -08-12.
162. A HIGH PRESSURE BLOWDOWN VALVE WITH REPLACEABLE -.EAT. BY MUTHUSAMY,K. iENNET,J.J.
AGRAWAL,S.C. (TATA INST. OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH, 30MBAY, INDIA) P -13.
163. HELIUM GAS FLCW MONITOR. BY HARRiSON,A. KiMPW.R.j. (COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC ANu
INDLSTRIA,. oTSEACHr ORGANIZATION, SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA. 3IV. CF AFFLIED PhYSICS) P 413-5.
164. A SIMPLE RESISTIVE DISPLACEMENT TRANSDUCER FCR A CRYOGENIC ENV/IRCNIENT. -Y
HOFFMANN,,.;.R. SCHNEIDEn,H.R. (ATOMIC ENERGY OF CANAuA LTO., CHALK I:VcR, CNTAz.C.
CHALK RIVER NUCLEAR LABS.) P 415-6.
165. ON THE CALIBRATION CF THE VOLUME CF A HIGH PRESSURE CELL WITH DchSITY uTA. BY
ALBUCUERQUEG.M.N. CALACOJ.C.G. NUNES CA FONTE,M. STAVELEY,L. .K. (ZENTkIO DE
QUItICA ESTcUTERAL, LISBON, PORTUGAL. COMPLEX I) P 416-8.
165. SUPERLEAK-TIGHT STAINLESS STEEL HOLLOW O-RING SALS FOR CRYGGtNIC JSz. BY SHINOMARA,M.
KUGC,T. 'ONO0K. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. INST. FOR O3LIC STATE PHYSI )) P 418-9.
167. REMARKS ON FCRCEG CONVECTION HEAT TRANSFER IN LIQJIO NITRGGEN AND NECh. rY BEW:LCGUA,L.
KNOENEPR. (TECHNISCHE UNIV. DRESDEN, EAST GERMANY) P 419-20.

AICHE J. VOL 26, NO. 4 (JUL 13801
168. ADSORPTION OF METHANE AND SEVERAL MIXTURES OF METHANE AND CARBON OICX0E ;AT ELEVATED
P-ESSURES ANG NEAR AMoIENT TEMPERATURES ON SA AND 13X MULFCULAR SIEVES BY TRAC.ER
Pr-'UPBATICN CHHGMATGPAPHY, BY kOLNIAK,F.O. KO~AYASHIt,. (RICE UNiV., HCUSTON, TEX.
DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 616-25.

CHEM. ENS. NEWS VOL 56, NO. 31 (AUG 1980)
169. RECESSION HITS INCUST IAL GAS MARKETS. BY STORCK,W. P 11-5.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 32 (AUG 1980)
170. PROMISING PROCESS FOR SYNFUELS tY-PRODUCTS. (INCG UOING CrYOGENIC PROCESSING). F 3'-5.

CHEM. WEEK VOL 127, NO. 6 (AUG 19"0)
171. PHOTOSYNTHITIC SYSTEM PiODUCSS HYORCGEN. (A BIEF REPORT). P 49.






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CHSM. WEEK VOL 127, NO. 7 (AUG 1980)
172. ZERCING IN ON THE CCST OF SYNFUEL PLANTS. P 33+35.
173. WHERE THE ADMINISTRATION STANDS ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. INTERVIEWW WITH FRANK
PPESS). P 42-3.

WAERME STOFFUEBEkTRAG. VCL 14, NO. 1 (1360)
174. BOILING HEAT TRANSFER FRC? STPUCTUREC SURFACES TO LIQUID NITROGEN. REVIEW, NEW
MEASUREMENTS AND RESULTS. oY T.EPPC. HOFFMANNT. (EljGcNOESSISCHE T:-rNISCHE
HOCHSCHULE, ZURICH, SWITZERLAND. INST. PROG. ENGINEERING fEFRIGERATIUN ANu CrYOGENICS)
P 15-22.
175. TEMPERATURE CEPENGENCE OF SURFACE TENSION OF PURE REFPIGERANTS FPCM TRIPLE FCINT UP TO
THE CRITICAL POINT. (IN GERMAN). 3Y RATHJEN,W. STFAU3,J. (TECHNIrli UNIV., :UNICi,
GERMANY. LE-RSTUHL FUEF THERMOOYNAMIK) P 59.

SEP. PURIF. METHODS VOL e, NO. 2 (1979)
176. NOVEL SEPN.ATIOf. FROCESSEj FO, 50OLID/LIQU10 -EP'.riT IONS IN COASL OCRIVC :;.QUlLS, BY
HENRY,JD.,JR. PFUCICH ,M.E VAIOYANwTHAN,K.r. (WEST VIRGINIA UNIV., MJ;GANTOWN.
DEPT. OF CHEMICAL EININEEING) P 81-118.

AM. SCI. VOL 68, NO. 4 (JUL-AUG 1380)
177. ACCIDENTAL EXPLOSIONS. BY STREHLCW,f.A. (ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA. OGPT. OF
AERONAUTICAL ANO ASTRONAUTICAL ENGINLERING) F 420-8.


IEEE SPECTRUM VOL 17, NO. 3 (AUG 1980)
178. SHARPER EYES FCR STAR GAZERS NEW SUBMHLLIMETik PAGDO RLCLIVER. 3Y .PiCTRLM
P 26-9.
179. COGENERATION AN ENERGY SAVEF.. BY FAGENEAUh.J. (ASSOCIATE EDITOR P 30-,.


STAFF


DIMENSIONS/NBS VOL 64, NO. 4 (MAY-JUN 1980)
180. REPORT FRCM THE INT NATIONAL BuF':AU OF hC.IGhS MND M.ASUA E. (SUMMArY OF 1979
ACTIONS). P 8-11.


NUCL. INST-UM. METHODS VOL 171, NO. 3
181. A THIN LIQUIC HVYROGEN TAFGET FOR LOW
GILOT,J.F. LCSMAN, ., BCLA. ST AL
CORFUSCULAIRE) P 607-8.


(MAY 1980)
ENZFGY PHYSICS. (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). bY
(LCUVAIN UNIV., BELGIUN. INST. DE PHYSIQUE


VACLUm VOL 30, NO. 4-5 (APR-MAY 1S80)
182. THE MODERN GRYOPUMP. BY BENTLEY,F.O. (ECWARDS HIGH VACUUM LTD., CFAWLEY, -NGLANiL)
P 145-58.
183. MICROPROCE.SOR CONTROL OF A SMALL VACUUM SYSTEM. BY LUCAS,J. GkIFFITHS, G'JOG IN,C.
(LIVEPPOOL UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND ELECTrONICS) P 159-6b.
184. THE APPLICATION OF IONIZATION VACLUM GAUGES TC MEASUrEMENTS IN VACUUM CHAMBERS POOVIOED
WITH CRYO-PUMFING SURFACES. BY HAEFEk,R.A. (SULZER A.G., hkNTERTtUC, SWITZERLAND.
OEPT. FOR PHYSICS FUNDAMENTALS) P 193.


J. VAC. SOl. TECHNOL. VOL 17, NO. I (JUL-AUG 1980)
185. F-OFJSED METHOD FOR DEGASSING METALS FOR EXTREME LOW PRESSURES.
(MCDONNELL DOUGLAS AERONAUTICS COMP., HLNTINGTCN BEACH, CALIF.)


BY MOORE,B.C.
P 636-7.


METAL. TRANS* A VOL 11, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
186. PLASTIC DEFOCMATION IN POLYCFYSTALLINE NB(3)SN B3Y EISENSTATT,L.P. hRIGHTR.N.
(WESTINGHCUSE ELECTRIC COOP., PITTSBURGH, PA. ADVANCED ENERGY SYSTEMS DIV.) P 1131-3.
187. THE USE OF A BORON ADDITION TO PREVENT INIERGRANULA- LM6mITTiEMLNT -N F--12MN. BY
HWAtG,S.K. MORRIS,J.W.,JR. (BROCKHAVEN NATIONAL LAb., UPTON, N. Y. DIV. OF METALLURGY
AND MATERIALS SCIENCE) P 1197-201.

ACTA METAL. VOL 26, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
188. SOLID SOLUTION SOFTENING IN FE-N ALLOY SINGLE CRYSTALS, (77-300 K) BY SATOA.
NAKAMURAtY. MORI,T. (TOKYO INST. OF TECF., JAPAN. DEPT. OF MATERIAL SuIENuE AND
ENGINEERING) F 1077-83.
189. RESIDUAL RESISTIVITY DURING CLUSTERING IN AL-ZN SOLIC SOLUTIONS. dt LUIGGI,N.
SIMON,J.P. GUYOT,P. INSTITUTET NATIONAL FOLYTECHNIQUE, GRENCBLE, FRANCE) P 1115-22.
190. THE YIELO AND FLOW STRESS OF OU-1 PERCENT CD ALLOY. (77-420 K). BY BEHNOOC,N.
DOUTHWAITE,c.M. EVANS,J.T. (NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE UNIV., ENGLAND. OEPT. OF METALLURGY
AND ENGINEERING MATERIALS) P 1133-42.

INT. CAST MET. J. VOL 5, NO. 2 (JUN 1983)
191. LOW TEMPERATURE PROFEPTIES OF CAST STEEL CANADA. 5Y TOWNSENC,P.S. KENNY,W.O.
BUHf,R.K. (DOMINION FOUNDRIES ANC STEEL CO., LTD., HAMILTON, ONTARIO) P 30--2.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 996, NO. 5 (JUL 1980)
192. DIPSTICK FOR LIQUID NITROGEN. BY PETERSCh,J.8. (GRACE (W. ,.) AND CO., NEW YORK, N.
Y.) PATENT NO. 4,214,368.




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U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 996, NO. 5 (JUL 19301 count. )
193. MULTT COM-rONFNT PRFjFFULSICN SYSTEM AtNd M T-J:. cY diJOWNING,J.L. AD J".,C.. (SEC TA Y
OF THE NAVY, WASHINGTON, D. C.) PATENT NO. -,214,439.
194. PARKING HEATER ANC PETHOC USING HYGRIDE. IN TO, JEH:CLS rGWEE'EC A r4lOGEtJ. S
BUC-NER,H. SAEUFFEnERH. (DAIFLER-SENZ A.G., 3SUTrGART, 5ERMANY) PFTEf1T NO.
4,214,699.
195. EVACUATION APPARATUS Wl'rH .-.YOG'N;C FUMP AN3 TRAP M j LC, BY MA._,G,.OS. (CMA
INDUSTRIES, MEkLC PARK, CALIF.) PATENT NC. ",214,853.
196. HIGH TOUHNESS-HIGH STRENGTH IPON ALLOY. BY STEPHENS,J.k. wiTZKFW.-.. (NAT .JN. L
AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION, WALhINGTON, 0. C.) PATcNT NO. -,21,,902.
197. RARE EARTH--CONTAINING ALLOYS ANJO METHOD FCP FUPIFICATION OF HYDr.CG~N GAS THEREWITH. BY
HAGIWARA,Z. MATSUI,S. SAKo4GUCHI,S. YAMANAKAY. (SHIN-ETSU CHEfIG,,4. CO. LTD., TOKYO,
JAPAN) PATENT NO. 4,215,008.
198. NATURAL C.RCULATION TYPE -VAPORATIV E CO)LIN' POn F CtEL. I .. BY HAYASHI,h. FUKU3D,K.
KUBC,H, ;T AL (TOKYO ELECTRIC PCWEq C.., JAPAN) PATENT NO. 4,215,234.
199. SUPPORT ASSEMBLY FOR CkVOGENICALLY COOLA6LE LOW-NOISI CHOKED 0AVFGUIDL. .Y MGGREA,F.E.
(NATIONAL AERCNAUTICS ANO SPACE ACMINISTeaTICN, WASHINGTCN, C. G.) PATNT NO.
4,215,327.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL v97, NO. 1 (AUG 13801
200. METHOC OF MAKING V(3)GA SUPERCONOUCTO;S. BY GEW-hUGHSi,D. (OEPAETMENT OF ENcRGY,
WASHINGTON, L. C.) PATENT NO. 4,215,465.
201. UTILIZATION CF CIODES AS WIOr_ RANGE F.SOONSIVE THrIROMETI.S. BY GRFFF;NG,B.F.
SHIVASHANKAR,S.A. PURSUEE RESEARCH FOUNJATICN, ,EST LAFAYETTE, IND.) PATENT NO.
4,215,577.
202. CONTAINER FOP CRYOGENIC LIQUID. ?Y PATTESON,M.F. ACH YA.A. (UNION CSOBICG CGRP.,
NEW YORK, 4N Y.) PATENT NO. .4215,798.
203. ARRANGEMENT FCR COOLING AN ELECTRIC MACHINE. dY KULLMANND. (SiEMENS A.G., MUN7rH,
GERMANY) PATENT' NO. 4,216,39b.


SECTION III. ENERGY AND MISCELLANEOUS!

HYORCCAIBON PROCESS. VOL 59, NO. 7 (JUL 1930)
204. ENERGY F.OGRESS AND PROSPECTS. BY MCKETTA,J.J. 'ALLJ.O. (HYCROCARBON PROC-SSING
STAFF) P 57-61.
205. MEMBRANE SEFAfATION 3AVES ENERGY. BY KNIERIFM,H.v,J. (MONSANTO CO., ST. LCLIS, MO.)
P 65-7.
206. COA. CONVCRSICN TODAY. BY STEP ENZ,P. (ASSOCIA'. L.ITOF, HYDROGARBG.4 FRUC.ESSIiAG)
P 6b-72.
207. OPTIMIZE CCLC CfCLES. BY LUCET,M. TOULET,J.P. 3AULTIER,J.L. kICHE.,J.F.
(NA4HTACHI'IE, LAVERA, FRANCF) P 89-93.
208. KNOW ENERGY INFCRMATiON RESOURCES. BY ERALIN,C.H. (HYORCOL.-9N PF-CCSSIN1.l STAFF)
P 9 A.-e.
209. IMPROVE VAPOP PRESSURES PREDICTION. GY LFEE,.I. KESLE.,M.G. MOBILEE RESEARCH
CEVELOPMEN.T CORP., "RINCETON, N. J.) P 163-_'
210. FLOT PLANS MUST INCLUDE SAFETY BY KAUrA,M.L. ('NGINEZ S INDIA LTD., NEW DELHI)
P 183-4+156E+18+1'90192-4.

CrHEM. FNG. (N.Y.) VCL 87, NO. 16 (AUG 13o0)
211. OTEC NAVIGATES STLAjW-AS-YOU-GO COUPS., BY BASTA,N. P 05*67+69.
212. U.S. SYNFUELS Ah OVEkVIEW. dY MILLERi.R. SAMMONS,D. (WGO.L NEWS, HUNTINUTON, 4.
VA.) P 70-1+73.

INT. J. LNCRGY SZS. VOL 4, NO. 2 (APF-JUN 19t0)
213. STATES OF .OAL GASIFICATION POCGESSES. BY VCRRES,K.S. (INSTITUTE OF G(S TECHNOLOGY,
CHICAGO, ILL.) F 109-12.
214. FUNDAMENTAL ASPECTS OF %ATALYSEC COAL CHAA GASIFiCATION, BY GANGWALS.K.
TRUESCALE.;,S. (RESEARCH TRIANGLe INST., REaSARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N. C. _NtRGY
ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE G;OUP) P 113-26.
215. COAL G4~IFICATICN DEVELOPMENT AND COPMEC LJiaZATi N CC TE TxACC ,;I IFiATIc.i
PROCESS. 3Y SCHLINGERh.G. (TEXACO RESEARCH LAB., MONTd:E:LLO, CALIF.) P 127-3E.
216. CATALrTIC CCAL GASIFICATION FOQ ,NG M-NNLF .Iu_ Jo BY GALL AGHLR.,J.,J9. 9UKE R,C.A.,JR.
(EXXCN RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING CC., FLORHAM PARK, N. J.) F 137-48.
217. THE U-GAS PROCESS. dY FATEL,J.G. (INSTIlUTE OF GAS TECHNOLOGY, CHIC(G-J, ILL.)
P 149-66.
218. ECOhCMIC AND riPKL.T POTENTIAL FOk SiC-II FROCUCTS. 6Y SCHMIOa.K. KOENIG,J.#,.
JACKSON,O.M. (GULF MINERAL RESOURCES CC., OENIER, COLO.) P 173-84.
219. ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS FOA COAL 3YNFULL JCM'LRCIALIZATION. bY kIT'FR,F.E. DEPARTMENTT
OF ENERGY, WASHINGTON, D. C. DIV. OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL T[CMNC.OGY) P 165.






SUBJECT INDEX FOR CURRENT AWARENESS LIST NO. 710

SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY


Chemistry 50, 58, 147, 148, 149

l atsyrC Structure and Lattice Propert s


2, 17, 18, 19, 22, 41, 43, 44, 69, 75, 77, 78,
79, 80, 82, 83, 85, 86, 90, 94, 98, 100, 109,
111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 122, 123,
125, 126, 128, 156

Fluid Properties and Structure
5, 8, 16, 22, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 51, 57. 59,
62, 64, 65, 72, 73, 88, 96, 99, 103, 104, 105,
133, 134, 136, 137, 138, 140, 145, 146, 148,
151, 152, 154, 155, 175, 209

Magnetic Properties and Materials
5, 6, 10, 12, 14, 24, 25, 30, 32, 38, 39, 40,
47, 63, 76, 81, 83, 84, 88, 97, 101, 118, 130,
159

Mossbauer Effect and Resonances 6, 24

Optical Properties
21, 23, 57, 63, 73, 95, 102, 105, 107, 108,
119, 128, 150, 153

Polymers 32, 82, 100, 130, 156

SECTION II AND III. CRYOGENI

Aerospace Safety 177, 210

Energy
5, 170, 171, 172, 176, 179, 194, 198,
204 thru 219

Equipment and Devices
158, 162, 166, 178, 181, 194, 198, 199, 203

Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and Production
168, 169, 170, 176

Heat and Mass Transfer 36, 167, 174

Hydrogen 58, 171, 194, 197
LNG and Methane
171, 172, 194, 204, 205, 206, 212, 213, 214,
215, 216, 217, 219


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Semiconductors 2, 11, 19, 20, 89, 106, 119

Sorption 168

Superconductors
4,11, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 45, 46, 47, 60,
61, 66, 71, 81, 82, 86, 91, 92, 93, 117, 120,
122, 124, 127, 129, 130, 131, 132, 156, 157,
158, 159, 186, 198, 199, 200, 203

Superfluidity 3, 9, 33, 67, 68

Thermal Properties of Solids
7, 39, 114, 123, 135, 139, 141, 142, 143, 144

Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and
Transport Processes
1, 8, 15, 16, 28, 36, 49, 59, 62, 64, 65, 70,
73, 74, 103, 113, 133, 134, 145, 146, 151,
152, 154, 155, 161

Transport Properties of Solids
13, 26, 42, 48, 87, 89, 110, Ill, 121, 189

Other 50, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 173

C ENGINEERING AND ENERGY

Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
94, 111, 113, 115, 123, 125, 126, 127, 128,
129, 131, 132, 159, 185, 186, 187, 188, 190,
191, 196, 197, 200

Metrology and Instrumentation
52, 56, 64, 65. 143, 157, 161, 163, 164, 165,
168, 178, 180, 181, 192, 201

Propulsion and Space Applications 157, 193

Refrigeration 160, 175, 203, 207

Storage and Handling 192, 202

Vacuum Technology 182, 183, 184, 185, 195

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