A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service

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Title:
A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service
Running title:
Current awareness list
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v. : ; 27 cm.
Language:
English
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Cryogenic Data Center
United States -- National Bureau of Standards
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NBS
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Boulder, Colo
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biweekly
regular

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Low temperature research -- Bibliography   ( lcsh )
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bibliography   ( marcgt )

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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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SEP. 1-12, 1980 LIST NO. 711


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


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







U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
National Bureau of Standards
Boulder. Colorado 80302








Termination of Services



September 10, 1980

MEMORANDUM FOR Users of Cryogenic Data Cen r Subscription Services

From: Neil A. Olien, Acting Chief /|/ -
Thermophysical Properties Divisio, 773

Subject: Termination of Services

A number of factors have forced me to decide to discontinue publication
of the Cryogenic Data Center's three subscription services at the end of
calendar year 1980: the Biweekly Current Awareness Service (published
since 1964); the Superconducting Devices and Materials Quarterly (since
1968); and the Liquefied Natural Gas Quarterly (since 1970). A fourth
publication, Hydrogen-Future Fuel, was discontinued at the end of 1979.

The reasons for the discontinuation include: 1) a decline in subscribers
over the past two years; 2) rising costs; 3) the greatly expanded avail-
ability of very large information systems; and 4) a change in emphasis
of the research activities of the Thermophysical Properties Division.

The decision was not taken lightly, especially by me personally, since I
have been either directly or indirectly responsible for all of these
publications from their inception. I want to take this opportunity to
thank you all for your past support and especially to those of you who
gave me comments and suggestions over the years. If any of you have
comments, or suggestions, please feel free to contact me by mail or by
phone at (303) 497-3257.






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SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS A D CHEMISTRY

J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. VOL 39, NO. 5/6 (JUN 1980)
1. SOLITONS IN SUP:.FLUI3 (4)ir FILMS, BY NAKAJIMAS, KUFIHARAS. Tr3H0H,K, (TOKYO
UNIV., JAPAN. INST. FOR SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 465-75.
2. ON QUANTUM INTERFERENCE IN A SUPERCONDUCTING RING CLOSED 6Y A WEAK LINK. BY
SHNYRKOV,V.I. KHLUS,V.A. TSOI,G.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR,
KHARKOV* PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 477-96.
3. ANHAkMOn.IG EFFECTh IN ULTRASONIC PROPAGATION NEAR THE LAMBDA TRANSITION OF (4)tE. BY
KWUN,H. HIKATAA. ELBAUMC. (BROWN UNIV., PROVIDENCE, R. I. CGET. OF PHYSICS)
P 4c7-503.
4. SOME REMARKS ON THE THEORY OF SQUID STRUCTUf:S. I. TOPOLOGY OF SQUID STRUCTURES A
UNIFIED PICTURE. BY ODEHNALM. PETRICEKV. (CZECHOSLOVAK ACADE4f DF SCIENCES, PRAGUE.
INST. OF PHYSICS) F 505-52.
5. A TECHNIQUE FOR PHOTOGRAPHING VORTEX POSITIONS IN ROTATING SUPERFLJID HELIUM. BY
WILLIAMS,G.A. CACKARDO,.E. (CALIFORNIA LNIV., LOS ANGELES. DEPT. O; PHYSICS)
P 553-77.
6. METASTABLE STATES OF SUPERCONDUCTING INDIUM FILMS. II. BY PcLLANY. BLOT,J. INSTITUTET
NATIONAL DES SCIENCES APPLIQUES, RENNES, FRANCE) P 579-87.
7. DEMAGNETIZATION EFFECTS UPON THE LOWER CRITICAL FIELD OF AN ANISOTROPIC TYPE II
SUPERCONDUCTOr OF ELLIPSCIDAL SHAPE. BY KLEMH,R.A. (IOWA STATE UNIV., AMES. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 589-601.
6. ShEAR VISCOSITY OF THE 3 PHASE OF SUQRFLUID (3)HE. II. S-P-D-WAVE 4PPR3XIMATION. BY
HARA,J. ONO,Y.A. NAGAI,K. KAWAMURA,K. (ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 603-21.
9. SOUND CONVERSION PHENOMENA AT THE FREE SURFACE OF LIQUID HELIUM. I. CALCULATION OF THE
COEFFICIENTS OF REFLECTION, TRANSMISSION, AND TRANFORMATION OF SOUND WAVES INCIDENT ON
THE LIQUID-VAPOR INTERFACE OF HELIUM. dY WIECHERTH. BUCHHOLZ,F.I. (MAINZ UNIV.,
GERMANY. INST. FUEF PHYSIK) P 623-47.
10. PROPERTIES OF SLOWLY ROTATING HELIUM II AND THE SUPERFLUIDITY OF PULSARS, BY
TSAKAOZETJ.S. TSAKAUZE,S.J. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE GEORGIAN SSR. TBILISI. INST.
OF PHYSICS) P 649-88.
11. QUANTUM DIFFUSION OF ORTHO-HYDROGEN PAIRS IN SOLID PARA-HYDROGEN. BY VAN KRANENOONK,J.
(TORONTO UNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 669-99.

APPL* PHYS. LETT, VOL 37, NO. 2 (JUL 1980)
12. ULTRASENSITIVE DETECTION OF AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS BY TWO-PHOTON PHOTOIONIZATION. dY
KLIMCAK,C. WESSEL,J. (AEROSPACE CORP., LOS ANGELES, CALIF. IVAN A. GETTING LABS.)
P 13e-41.
13. CYCLOTRON RESONANCE AND THE MAGNETOPHONON EFFECT IN GA(X)IN(1-X)AS(Y)(1-yY). BY
NICHOLAS,R.J. SESSIONS,S.J. PORTAL,J.C. (OXFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. CLARENDON LAB.)
P 17d-80.
14. CADMIUM-TIN-OXIDE FILMS DEPOSITED BY DC REACTIVE SPUTTERING FROM A ;0-SN ALLOY TARGET.
BY MIYATAN. MIYAKE,K. YAMAGUCHIY. (YANAGUCHI UNIV., UBE, JAPAN. FACULTY OF
ENGINEERING) P 180-2.
15. JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS OF SMALL AREA FORMED ON THE EDGES OF NIOBIUM FILMS, 6Y BROOM,R.F.
OOSENeRUG,A. WALTER,W. (IBM RESEAkCH LAB., ZURICH, SWITZERLAND) P 237-9.
16. SUPERCONDUCTING TUNNELING JUNCTIONS OF V(3)SI-SIO(X)-MO(3)RE(2) 3 TARUTANI,Y.
YAMADA,K. KAWABEU. (HITACHI LTD., TOKYO, JAPAN. CENTRAL.kESEARSi LAB.) P 239-40.
17. RESONANCES IN SYMMETRIC JOSEPHSON INTERFEROMETERS. BY TUCKERMAN,D.B. MAGERLEIN,J.H.
(IB8 WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 241-3.
18. A NEW MECHANISM FOR HIGH-FREQUENCY RECTIFICATION AT LOW TEMPERATURES IN POINT CONTACTS
BETWEEN IDENTICAL METALS. BY VAN DOR HEIJOENR.W. JANSENA.G.M. STOELINGA,J.H.M. ET
AL (NIJMEGEN UNIV., NETHERLANDS. RESEARCH INSr. FOR MATERIALS) P 245-8.

APPL. PHYS. LETT. VOL 37, NO. 3 (AUG 1980)
19. FIRST RESULTS OF MATERIAL CHARGING IN THE SPACE ENVIRONMENT, BY MIZE SCHNAUSS,:.P. ET AL (AEROSPACE CORP., EL SEGUNDO, CALIF. SPACE SCIENCES LAB.)
P 276-4.
20. STRUCTURE AND COMPRESSION OF CRYSTALLINE METHANE AT HIGH PRESSURE AND ROOM TEMPERATURE.
BY HAZEN,9... MAO,H.K. FINGERL.W. BELL,P.M. (CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHINGTON, D.
C. GEOPHYSICAL LAB.) P 288-9.
21. IN(0.53)GA(0.47)AS FHOTODIODES WITH DARK CURRENT LIMITED BY GENERATION-RECOMBINATION AND
TUNNELING. BY FOPREST,S.R. LEHENY,R.F. NAHORY,R.E. POLLACKM.A. (BELL LABS., MURRAY
HILL, N. J.) P 322-5.
22. VARIABLE RANGE HOPPING CONDUCTIVITY IN REDUCED LEAD GLASS. (25-303 K). BY SANOOrcJ.N.
BLOOD,P. NICHOLLS,O.H. (PHILIPS RESEARCH LAdS., REDHILL, ENGLAND) P 334-6.

APPL. PHYS. LETT. VOL 37, NO. 4 (AUG 1980)
23. CRYOGENIC INERTIAL CONFINEMENT FUSION TARGET FABRICATION SYSTEM DIRECTLY OPERABLE INSIDE
A ROOM-TEMPERATURF TARGET CHAMBER. BY KIM,K. RIEGER,H. (ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA.
FUSION TECHNOLOGY LAB.) P 425-7.






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J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 73, NO. 2 (JUL 19601
24. BRILLOUIN SCATTEnING IN SUPERHEATED WATER. BY HARENGM. LEBLONDtJ. (ECOLE DE PHYSIQUE
FT CHIMIE, PARIS, FRANCE. LAB. DE PCSONANCE MAGNcrTIQUEI P 622-5.
25. PURE VIBRATIONAL RANAN SPECTRA OF SIMPLE LIQUIDS 0(2)t N(Z). CO, :H(i). CF(4). BY
CLO .TER,M.J. KIEFTE,H. JAINR.K. (MEMORIAL UNIV. OF NEWFOUNDLAN3, ST. JOHNS, CANADA.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 673-82.
26. MELTING IN TWO DIMENSIONS DETERMINATION OF PHASE TRANSITION BOUN4DRIES. BY VAN
SWOL,F. WOO0COCK,L*F. CAPE,J.N. (AMSTERDAM UNIV., NETHERLANDS. LAB. FOR PHYSICAL
CHEMISTRY) P 913-22.

J. CHE-. PHYS. VOL 73, NO. 3 (AUG 1980)
27. BRILLOUIN SCATTERING IN POLYMETHYL METHACRYLATE FROM 4 TO 300 K TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE
OF THE GRUENEISEN CONSTANT AND THERMAL PROPERTIES. BY KATOE. (K3BE JNIV. OF
MERCANTILE MARINE, JAPAN) P 1020-5.
26. INFRAPED SPECTRUM OF FORMALOEHYDr IN SOLID NITROGEN. I. MONOMER ABORTION, BY
NELANUERB. (LUND UNIV., SWEDEN. THERMOCHEMISTRY LAB.) P 1026-33.
29. INFRARED SPECTRUM OF FORMALDEHYDE IN SOLID NITROGEN. II. DIMER SPESTRJM AND DIMER
STRUCTURE. BY NELANDER,B. (LUND UNIV., SWEDEN. THERMOCHEMISTRY LAB.) P 1034-9.
30. A STUDY OF VIBRATIONAL RELAXATION OF H(2) IN HEt BY LIN,C.S. (WIND.jSR UNIV., ONTARIO.
DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 1159-61.
31. ATOM PAIR POTENTIALS OF LIQUID NITROGEN FROM DIFFRACTION DATA. BY NARTENA.H.
JOHNSON,E. HABENSCHUSS,A. (OAK RIOGE NATIONAL LAB., TENN. CHEMISTRY DIV.) P 1248-55.
32. ACCURATE METHOD FOR HIGH PRESSURE PVT MEASUREMENTS AND RESULTS FOR AKRON FOR T=-20 TO
+35 DEGREES C AND P IN THE RANGE 200-480 MPA. BY MORRISE.C. WYLIE,R.S. (COMMONWEALTH
SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORuANI2ATION, SYDNEY, AUSTirALIA. DIV. OF APPLIED
PHYSICS) o 135C-67.
33. THE HEAT .AFACITY AND THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF POTASSIUM PERRHEJATE AND ANHONIUN
PERRHENATE FROM 6 TO 304 K. tY WEIRR.O. STAVELEYL.A.K. (ROYAL MILITARY COLL. OF
CANACA, KINGSTON, ONTARIO. OEPT. OF CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEEUINS) P 1386-92.
34. AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF TWO-BODY TIME CORRELATIONS IN GASEOUS XENON; BY GROONE,L.J.
TEITSMA,A. EGELSTAFF,P.A. MOOK,H.A. (TULANE UNIV., NEW ORLEANS, A.A DEPT. OF
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 1393-7.
35. PROCF OF THE SYMMETRY OF THE TRANSPORT MATRIX FOR DIFFUSION AND HEAT FLOW IN FLUID
SYSTEMS. BY SEKEKKA,R.F. HULLINS,N.W. (CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIV., PITTSBURGH, PA.)
P 1413-21.
36. INVESTIGATIOjrS ON A NEW SERIES OF ORGANIC CONDUCTORS THE TETRASELENOTETRACENE 10DIDES
(TSET-I(X)). BY DELHAES,P. COULON,C. FLANDROIS.S. ET AL (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA
RECHERCHE SCIENTIFICUE, TALENCE, FRANCE. CENTRE DE RECHERCHE PAUL PASCAL) P 1452-63.

SCIENCE VOL 209, NO. 4459 (AUG 1980)
37. REINDUSTRIALIZATION OF AMERICA. (EDITORIAL). BY ETZIONIA. (GEOISE WASHINGTON UNIV.,
WAS-INGTON, D. C.) a 863.
38. INNOVATION ANO SCIENTIFIC FUNDING. BY MULLERR.A. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., BERKELEY. DEPT.
OF PHYSICS) P 880-3.

SCIENCE VOL 209, NO. 4460 (AUG 1980)
39. ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION. (EDITORIAL). BY ATKINSONR.eC (CALIFORNIA UNIV., SAN DIEGO,
LA JOLLA) P 969.

SCIENCE VOL 209, NO. 4461 (SEP 1980)
+0. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTIVITY. AND INFLATION. BY MANSFIELD*E. (PENNSYLVANIA
UNIV., PHILAGELPHIA. DEPT. OF ECONOMICS) P 1091-3.
41. IS THERE A CATCH TO INNOVATION. BY WALSHJ. P 1098.

PHYS. LETT. A VOL 78, NO. 2 (JUL 1980)
42. TRANSIENT BEHAVIOR OF NONEQUILIBRIUM PHASE TRANSITIONS. BY DE PASAJA.E,F. TARTAGLIAP.
TOMBESI,P. (ROME UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO OI FISICA) P 123-32.
43. COLLECTIVE EXCITATIONS OF (3)HE 6 IN THE PRESENCE OF SUPERFLOW. BY KLEINERTH.
(CALIFORNIA UNIV., aERKELEY. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 155-9.
44. TRIGGERING OF PHASE SLIP IN SUPERCONDUCTING HIGROaBIDGES BY IMPACT OF LOW-ENERGY ATOMS.
BY HOYLE,J. HUMPHRIS,R. (AUBURN UNIV,, ALA. DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
P 181-4.
45. A SCATTERING MODEL OF JOSEPHSON EFFECTS. BY ORLOWSKIM.C.L* RAMACHERU. (TUEBINGEN
UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER THEORETISCHE PHYSIK) P 185-6.
46. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF THIN PALLADIUM FILMS. BY SHIVAPRASADOS.M. UDACHANL.A.
ANGAGI,M.A. (KARNATAK UNIV., DHARWAO, INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) 187-8.
47. TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE VARIATION OF THE ELECTRIC FIELD GRADIENT IN ARSENIC METAL.
(77-525 K). BY BASTOW,T.J. BROWNR.J.C. WHITFIELOH.J. (COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND
INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANIZATION, CLAYTON, AUSTRALIA. DIV. OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS)
P 198-200.
48. ANISOTROPY OF ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY ANO HALL EFFECT IN MNASID.951P(Sl.05) (70-320 K).
eY BOEOECKER,G. BERGH. FUNKE,K. BAERNER,K. (GOETTINGEN UNIV., GE~RANY. INST. FUER
PHYSIKALISCHE CHEMIE) P 205-6.






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PHYS. LETT. A VOL 7a, NO. 3 (AUG 1980)
49. KINETIC PERTUFBATION THEORY FOR DILUTE GASES. BY KINCAID,J.M. KAYSE_-,RF.,JR.
(NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, D. C. THERMOPHYSICS DIV.) P 215-6.
50. MODIFIED CELL THEORY EQUATION OF STATE FOR HARD SPHERES. BY VOEUTLER,H.-L. (AKADENIE
DER WISSENSCHAFTEN OER ODR, LEIPZIG, EAST GERMANY. ZENTRALINSTITUT FJER ISOTOPEN- UND
STRAHLENFORSCHUNG) P 266-8.
51. THE SUPERFLUID TRANSITION TEMPERATURE OF LIQUID (3)HE. BY BEOELL,<. PINES,O.
(ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 281-4.
52. SINGULARITIES OF THE SURFACE MAGNETISATION PROFILE NEAR THE CRITICS. POINT. BY
GREMPEL,D.R. HOU5HTON,A. YINGS.C. (dROWN UNIV., P-.OVIDENCE, R. I. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 295-6.

SPECULATIONS SCI. TECHNOL. VOL 3, NO. 2 (JUN 1980)
53. SOME SPECULATIONS ON BIOLOGICAL SUPERCONDUCTORS, NERVE ELECTRICAL 3ONDUCTION, AND
RETRIEVAL AND STORAGE OF INFORMATION. BY GOLDFEIN,S. (A-.MY MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY LAB.,
FORT BELVOIR, VA.) P 127-36.

CONTEMP. PHYS. VOL 21, NO. 3 (MAY-JUN 1980)
54. CRYOGcNIC SYSTEMS FOR SPACECRAFT BY VORREITER,J.W, (NATIONAL AERO3NJTICS AND SPACE
ADMINISTRATION, MOFFETT FIELD, CALIF. AMES RESEARCH CENTER) P 201-19.
55. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND LATTICE INSTABILITY. BY SMITH,T.F. FINLAYSON,I.R. (MONASH
UNIV., CLAYTON, AUSTRALIA) P 265-76.

Z. PHYS. 3 VOL 39, NO. 1 (1980)
56. ADDENDUM. DAMPING OF SECOND SOUND IN THE CRITICAL DYNAMICS OF LIQUID HELIUM BELOW
ILANMDA). BY DOHN,V. FOLKYR. P 94.

JPN. J. ApPL, PHYS. VOL 1i, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
57. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF A-15 COMPOUND V(3)SN. BY OOTAA. YANAGI3A,K. NOGUCHI,S.
(TOYOHASHI UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY, JAPAN. SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND
ELECTRONICS) P 905-6.
58. A SIMPLE AND STABLE MICROWAVE SQUID. (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY KIKUCHIY. MIKI,Y.
MASUMI,T. (OITA UNIV., JAPAN. FACULTY OF ENGINEERING) P L239-40.

INDIAN J. PURE APPL. PHYS. VOL 18, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
59. SUPERCONO'J'TIVITY IN CERTAIN METALS, BY JAIN,S.C. KACHHAVA,C.M, (RAJASTHAN UNIV.,
JAIPUR, INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 489-93.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 30, NO. 6 (SEP 1979)--(TRANSL. OF PISMA ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 30, NO. 6, SEP 1979)
60. INVESTIGATION OF THE ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF MICTOMAGNETIC MN8I ALLOYs. BY
GRAZHOANKINA,N.P. NOVIKOV,M.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, SVERDLOVSK. INST. OF
METAL PHYSICS) P 308-10.
61. OSCILLATIONS OF THE MAGNETIC MOMENT AND STRONG DIAMAGNETISM IN A MEDIJM CONTAINING
SUPERCONDUCTING STATES LOCALIZED IN DISLOCATION LOOPS. BY NABUTOV5KII,V.H.
SHAPIPO,B.YA. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, NOVOSIBIRSK. INSr. OF INORGANIC
CHEMISTRY) P 310-3.
62. THEORY OF SUPERDIAMAGNETSJ BY GINZ6URGsV.L. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOWN
INST. OF PHYSICS) P 319-23.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TrANSL.) VOL 30, NO. 7 (OCT 1979)--(TkANSL. OF PISMA ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 30, NO. 7, OCT 1979)
63. ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY OF XENON UNDER SUFERCRITICAL CONDITIONS. 3V MINTSEV,V.B.
FORTOVtV.E. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS)
P 375-8.
64. DEPENDENCE OF THE DENSITY OF ELECTRON-HOLE DROPS ON THEIR SIZE IN INHOMOGENEOUSLY
DEFORMED GERMANIUM. BY MAKAROV,A.G. MANENKOVA.A. MIKHAILOVA,G.N. SEFEROV,A.S.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 385-8,
65. FERMI RESONANCE OF POLARITONS WITH BOUNCE AND DISSOCIATED PHONON STATES. BY
POLIVANOV,YU.N. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 388-92.
66. OEPCLARIZATICN OF HOT PHOTOLUMINESCENGE IN GAAS CRYSTALS IN A MAGNETIC FIELD. BY
MIRLIN,D.N. NIKITIN,L.P. PESHINAI.I.I SAPEGAV.F. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR,
LENINGRAD* PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 392-5.
67. ELECTRON-PHONON RESONANCES IN THE SPECTOUP OF A RARE-EARTH IMPURITY ION BY
PERLIN,YU.E. KAMINSKII,A.A. ENAKII,V.N. VYLEGZHANIN,D.N. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
USSR, MOSCOW, INST. OF CRYSTALLOGRAPHY) P 398-.01.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 30, NO. 8 (OCT 1979)--(TRANSL. OF PISM4 ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 30, NO. 8, OCT 1979)
68. EXISTENCE OF BI-EXCITONS AND TRIONS IN GERMANIUM. BY ZHIDKOV,A.E. POKROVSKII,YA.E.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF RADIO ENGINEERING AND ELECTRONICS)
P 468-71.
69. STARK EFFECT IN SHALLOW DONORS IN GALLIUM PHOSPHIDE BY KOPYLOV,A.A. MEDVEDEVS.P.
PIKHTINA.N. LENINGRADD ELECTROTECHNICAL INST., USSR) P 475-8.






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JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 30, NO. 8 (OCT 1979)--(TRANSL. OF PISN& ZH. (CONT.)
70. SUR ACE CCNDUCTIVITY OF GERMANIUM CLEAVED IN LIQUID HELIUM. BY VULB.NM
ZAVARITSKAYAE.I. SOKOLcE.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
PHYSICS) P 4f_5-7.

JETP .ETT. (LNGL. TRANSL.) VOL 30, NO. 9 (NOV 1979)--(TRANSL. OF PISMA ZH. EKSP* TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 30, NO. 9, NOV 1979)
71. CORRELATION OF T(C) WITH THE RESISTANCE RATIO AND N6(3)GE FILM STRJSTJRE. BY
GOLVASHKlN.A.I. PECHENE.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, M3SG3M. INST. OF
PHYSICS) F .29-32.
72. APPEArANCE OF SURFACE AND BULK POLARITONS IN LUMINESCENCE SPECTRA 3F ZNTE CRYSTALS. BY
BOCCINM... MATSKO,9.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF
PHYSICS). P 538-40.
73. IRON SPIN RELAXATION IN FERRITE C)(Q0.8)NI(0.22FE(2)O(4). BY KAMILOVI.K. ALIEVSH.T.
ALIEV,KH.K. ANOKHINL.K. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, DAGESTAN BRANCH. INST. OF
PHYSICS) P 548-50.
74. AMPLIFICATIONS OF FAR INFRARED RADIATION IN GERMANIUM DURING THE POPULATION INVERSION OF
HOT HOLES. BY ANDRONO4,A.A. KOZLOVV.A. MCZOVL.S. SHASTIN, V.N (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF TH: USSF, GORKII. INST. OF APPLIED PHYSICS) P 551-5.
75. TWO-PHOTON RAMAN SCATTERING AT HIGH LEVELS OF EXCITATION OF COS CRYSTALS. BY
KLiNGSHImN,K. LYSENKOV.G. SCHREY,H. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR* MOSCOWN INST.
OF SCLID STATE PHYSICS) P 568-72.
76. ICN GEYSEPS ON THE SURFACE OF SUPERFLUID HELIUM. BY VOLODINA.P. KHAIKIN,M.S.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS PROBLEM) P 572-4.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 30, NO. 10 (NOV 19791--(TRANSL. OF PISMA ZH, EKSP* TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 30s NO. 10, NOV 1979)
77. HEATING OF THE SPIN SYSTEM BY CURRENT CARPIERS AND ENERGY TRANSFER BETWEEN THE MAGNON
AND PHONON SYSTEMS IN CDCR(2)SE(4) AND EUO MAGNETIC SEMICONDUCTORS. 31 SAMOKHVALOVA.A.
OSIFOV,V.V. IVAEVA.T. ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
METAL PHYSICS) P 623-5.
78. SPECTRUM OF ELECTRONS LOCALIZED ABOVE LIQUID (3)HE, BY VOLODIN.A.eP EDELMANV.S.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICAL PROBLEMS P 633-6.
79. ERRATUM, INSTABILITY OF HOMOGENEOUS PRECESSION OF MAGNETIZATION I THE SUPERFLUIO A
PHASE OF HE(31) BY FOMIN,I.A. (JETP LETT. VOL 30, NO. 3, 164-6 (AJG 1979)) P 645.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 30, NO. 11 (DEC 1979)--(TRANSL* OF *ISMA ZH, EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 30, NO. 11. OEC 1379)
80. GROWTH OF MAGNETIC MOMENTS IN HEAVY RARE-EAPTH METALS AND THEIR ALL3VS DUE TO SANARIUM
IMPURITIES. BY KONDORSKII,E.I. GALKINA,O.S. LAZAREVAL.d. (MOS'3W STATE UNIV., USSR)
P 656-9.
81. RELAXATION OF LCNGITUDINAL MAGNETIZATION IN THE (3)HE A-PHASE AND SUPERFLUID SPIN FLUX.
BY SONIN,E.B. (ACAOEY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, LENINGRAD. PHYSICGTECHNICAL INST.)
P 6f2-5.

SOV. PHYS. JETP (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 51, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)--(TRANSL. 3F ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 78, NO. 1, JAN 1980)
82. MAGNETIZATION OF A SINGLE CRYSTAL OF ERBIUM IN THE BASAL PLANE IN STRONG MAGNETIC
FIELDS, BY YAKOVENKO#V.L. BRILV.E. DRUZHININV.V. ET AL (ACA3EMN OF SCIENCES OF
THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF ENGINEERING PHYSICS) P 77-81.
83. DIScERSION OF THERMOMAGNETIC WAVES IN BISMUTH. BY KOPYLOVV.N. (AADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 99-103.
84. SUPERCONDUCTING QUANTUM INTERFEROMETER IN A MAGNETIC FIELD. BY ZHARKOV.G.F.
ZAIKIN,A.D. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHISICS) P 104-11.
85. THEORY OF PURE SHORT S-C-S AND S-C-N MICROJUNCTIONS. BY ZAITSEV,A,.. P 111-?7
86. STABILITY OF THE BOSE SPECTRUM OF SUPERFLUID SYSTEMS OF THE HEI3) TYPE, BY BRUSOVP.N.
POPCVV.N. (POLYTECHNIC INST., LENINGRAD, USSR) P 117-23.
87. SKIN EFFECT IN A METAL PLATE AND PECULIARITIES OF GANTMAKHER-KANER OSCILLATIONS. BY
VOLOSHIN,I.F. SKOBOVV.G. FISHERPL.. CHERNOV,A.S. (LENINGRAC E.E5TROTECHNICAL
INST., USSR) P 170-5.
88. (HE(3))(2) VAN DER WAALS MOLECULAR DINERS IN SOLUTIONS OF THE QUANTUM LIQUIDS
HE(3)-HE(IT), BY BASHKINE.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, N3S;ON. INST. OF
PHYSICS PROBLEMS) P 181-9.

HIGH TEMP. SCI. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 17, NO. 6 (NOV-DEC 1979)
89. EQUATION OF STATE AND THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF NORMAL HYDROGEN IN THE TEMPERATURE
INTERVAL T = 200-700 K AND PRESSURE RANGE P = 10-1000 MPA. BY YURLCHEV,I.A. (ACADEMY
OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, CHERNOGOLOVKA. INST. OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 981-6.
90. POSSIBILITY OF JOINING TOGETHER THE SCALED EQUATION OF STATE AND TIE MIRIAL EXPANSION.
BY BERESTOV,A.T. KISELEVS.B. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, LENINGRAD. INST. OF
EVOLUTION PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY) P 994-1000.






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HIGH TEMP. SCI. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 17, NO. 6 (NOV-OEC 1979) (CONT.)
91. CONDITIONS FOR REDUCE HEAT TRANSFER FOLLOWING STEP-FUNCTION HEATING 3F A WjRE IN A
LARGE LIQUID NITROGEN VOLUME, EY ARTEMEVB.A, IVANOVSKiIM.N. LITVINOVAL.A.
SVIRIDENKO,I.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, OBNINSK. INST. OF PHYSICS AND POWER)
P 1044-7.

DOKL. AKAD. NAUK SSSR, SER, FIZ. VOL 252, NO. 3 (19801
92. EXPERIMENTAL DISCCVEFY OF RAREFACTION SHOCK WAdE NEAP A LIQUID VAPOJR CkITICAL POINT.
BY KUTATELAOZES.S. dORISOVAL.A. BORISCVA.A. NAKORIAKOV,V.E. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES
OF THE USSm, NOVOSIBIRSK. INST. OF THERMOPH'SICS) P 595-7.

J. LESS-COMMON MET. VOL 71, NO. 1 (MAY 1950)
93. COMPOSITIONAL VARIATIONS IN TERNARY SUPERCONCUCTOR ALLOYS OF NB(3)GE(X)AL(1-X). BY
WANG,F.F.Y. SUN,C.Y. LIN,C.r. ET AL (STATE UNIV. OF NEW YORK, STrO BROOK. L.PT. OF
MATERIALS SCIENCE) P 47-54.
94. LOW TEPEFITTUkE MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITIEj OF RPT(5) COMPOUNDS (R = PR, NO, GO, TB, DY,
HO, ER, TM). dY IKCNOMOU,P.F. MARCOPOULOS,V.G. YAKINTHOStJ.K. (DEiOCkITUS NUCLEAR
RESEARCH CENTER, ATHENS, GREECE) P P13.

THIN SOLID FILMS VOL 69, NO. 3 (JUL 1980)
95. GINZBURGS EXCITONIC SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN TIN-FORMVAR COUPLED FILMS. (LETTER TO THE
EDITOR). BY EURRAFATOG. DI MAUROC. GIAQUINTAtG. ET AL (CATANIA UNIV., ITALY.
ISTITUTO LI STRUTTURA DELLA MATERIAL) P L55.

PHYS. STATUS SOLIDI A VOL 59, NO. I (MAY 1980)
96. INVESTIGATION OF MAGNETIC AFTER-EFFECTS IN MAGNETITE AT LOW TEMPEkATURES (4 TO 35 K).
BY WALZF. WEIONER,M. KRONMUELLER,H. (MAX-PLANGK-INST. FUER METALLFORSCHUNG,
STUTTGART, GERMANY) P 171-d2.
97. ROLE OF QUANTUM MECHANISMS AND THERMAL HEATING IN LOW-TEMPERATURE ;REEP OF METALS, BY
STARTSEV,V.I. SOLOATOV V.P. NATSIK,V.J. ABRAIMOV,V.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURE ENGINEERING PHYSICS) P 377-88.
98. INFLUENCE OF DEFECTS ON NB(3)SN AND V(3)SI SUPERCONOUCTING PROPERTIES. BY KARKINA.E.
ARKHIPOV,V.E. PARKHOMENKOV.OD GOSHCHITSKI;,B.N. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR,
SVERDLOVSK. INST. OF METAL PHYSICS) P K53-8.
99. CURRENT DISTRIBUTION IN TYPE II SUPERCONDUCTORS WITH NORMAL INCLUSIONS. BY KOZLOWSKI,G.
TEKiELtP. ZALESKI,4.J. (POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, WROCLAW. INST. OF LOW
TEMPERATURE AND STRUCTURE RESEARCH) P K75-8.

PHYS. STATUS SOLIDI 3 VOL 98, NO. 2 (APR 1980)
100. QENSITY OF STATES MODEL FOR THE LATTICE TRANSFORMATION IN A-15 COMPOUNDS. APPLICATION TO
THE MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY OF V(J)SI, BY PIETRASSB. HANDSTEINA. BEHRG. (AKADEMIE
DOR WISSENSCHAFTEN DER DOR, DRESDEN. ZENTRALINSTITUT FUER FESTKOER'ERPHYSIK UND
WERKSTOFFFORSCHUNG) P 597-604.
101. THE ROLE OF THE NORMAL FHONON-PHONON SCATTERING IN THE LATTICE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY AND
PHONON ORAG IN METALS AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY BORCHIE. DE GENNA13,S. PELOSIG.
RETTOFIA. (FLORENCE UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO DI FISICA) P 667-72.
102. RESONANT SCATTERING OF PHONONS 6Y BOUND HOLES IN GALLIUM DOPED GE AND BORON DOPED
SILICON IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 1 TO 5 K. BY SINGHtS. VERMA,G.S. (BANARAS HINDU
UNIV., VArANASI, INDIA. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P KO11-4
103. FERROELECTRIC AND OTHER STRUCTURAL PHASr TRANSITIONS AT LOW TEMPERATURES BY ALBERS,J.
(UNIVERSITAET DES SAARLANOES, SAARBkUECKEgN GERMANY. FACHBEREICH PHYSIK) P K129-34.

PHYS. STATUS SOLIDI B VOL 99, NO. 2 (JUN 1980)
104. THEORETICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE CRITICAL JOSEPHSON CURRENT OF NIO3IUM-LEAO TUNNEL
JUNCTIONS. BY SEIDEL,P. RICHTER,J. (FRIEORICr-SaHILLER-UNIV., JENA, EAST GERMANY.
SEKTION PHYSIK) P e67-14.
105. CORRESPONDING STATES COifPELATIONS AND TRIPLE POINT SOLID VOLUME OF SIMPLE LIQUIDS. BY
SHARMAB.K. (REGIONAL COLL. OF EDUCATION, BHUdANESWAR, INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P K121-6.
106. HEAT TRANSFER AT LOw TEMPERATURES APPLICATION TO ALPHA-QUAkTZ. aY dASIM,S.M. NAVAR.
(UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES, MERIDA, VENEZUELA. DEPT. DE FISICA) P K133-6.

ACUSTICA VOL 45, NO. 2 (JUN 1980)
187. ULTRASONIC VELOCITY AND EVALUATION OF PSEUOO-GRUENEISEN PARAMETER OF SIMPLE SPHERICAL
LIQUIDS. BY SHARMAB8.K. (REGIONAL COLL. OF EDUCATION, BHUBANESHAR, INDIA. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 135.

CHEM. PHYS. VOL 49, NO. 2 (JUL 1980)
108. EXCITATION AND EMISSION BANDS OF HYDROGEN ATOMS IN A SOLID NEON MATRIX BY BOEHMERtW.
HAENSELt,. SCHWENTNERN. BOURSEY,E. (KIEL UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FJER
EXPERIMENTALPHYSIK) P 225-38.






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CHEM. ENG. J. (LAUSANNE) VOL 20, NO. 1 (AUG 1980)
109. STEADY-STATE BEHAVIOR OF GAS-LIQUID-SOLID FLUIOIZt.D-BED REACTORS. BI PARULEKARS.J.
SHAHY.T. (PITTSBURGH UNIV., PA. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM ENGINEERING)
P 21-33.
110. MEASUREMENT OF TURBULENCE PARAMETERS IN A NON-BAFFLED STIRRED TANK WITH HIGH ROTATION
SPEEDS. bY YUU,S. 0OA,T. (KYUSHU INST. OF TECH., KITAKYUSHUt FU RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT OF POWDER TECHNOLOGY) P 35-42.
111. GAS HOLD-UP IN BUBBLE COLUMNS. BY HIKITA,H. ASAI.S. TANIGAWAK. ET AL (OSAKA
PREFECTURE UNIV., SAKAI, JAFAN. OEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 59-67.

IND. ENG. CHEM. FUNDAM. VOL 19, NO. 3 (AUG 1980)
112. THERMODYNAMIC AND MOLECULAR PROPERTIES OF GAS HYDRATES FRCM MIXTURES CONTAINING METHANEt
AFGCNt AND KRYPTON. BY HOLDERG.D. CORBING. PAPADOPOULOSK.D. (PITTSBURGH UNIV.,
PA. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM ENGINEERING) P 282-6.
113. THREE-PArAMETER CUBIC EQUATION OF STATE FOR NORMAL SUBSTANCES. BY HARNENSSA. KNAPP,H.
(PETROCAeBON DEVELOPMENTS LTD., MANCHESTER, ENGLAND) P 291-4.
114. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITIES OF LIQUID HYDROCARBONS AND THEIR BINARY MIXTURES. BY OGIWARAK.
AfAI,Y. SAITO.S. (AKITA TECHNICAL COLL., JAPAN. DEPT. OF INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY)
P 295-300.
115. FAULT TREE ANALYSIS OF A PROPOSED ETHYLENE VAPORIZATION UNIT. 3Y HAUPTNANNS,U. (OtIEDO
UNIV., SPAIN. OEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 300-9.
116. GRADIcNT THEORY OF SURFACE TENSION OF WATER. BY GUERREROtM.I. DAVIS,H.T. INSTITUTEO
MEXiCANO CEL PETPOLEO, MEXICO CITY. SUBOIRECCION DE INVESTIGATION BASICA DE PROCESS)
P 309-11.

PHYS. TCCHNOL. VOL 11, NO. 4 (JUL 1980)
117. NUCLEAR EjIRGY ANO WEAPONS PROLIFERATION (EDITORIAL). BY GUNMETTP. (MANCHESTER
UNIV., ENGLAND. PROGRAMME OF POLICY RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY)
P 125-7.
118. METHODS OF FUNDING NATIONAL RESEARCH. BY ROBINSN.O. P 128-33.
119. APPLICATIONS OF AMORPHOUS MATERIALS. BY MORT,J. (XEROX RESEARCH CENTER, WEBSTER, N. Y.
PHYSICAL SCIENCES LAB.) P 134-41.

IBM TECH. DISCLOSURE BULL. VOL 23, NO. 3 (AUG 1980)
120. METHOD FOR FABRICATING UNIFORM JOSEPHSON BARRIER OXIDES BY CATHODE ROTATION IN AN RF
PLASMA. bY SBOSIOUS,P.R. P 1252-4.
121. CONTROL OF ETCH ANGLE IN NIOBIUM. BY KAISER.H.D. WUC.T. P 1259.
122. FABRICATION OF IN-AU RESISTOR FILMS WITH IMPROVED REPRODUCIBILITY. BY LAHIRIS.K.
P 1280.

ANNU. REV. MATER. SCI. VOL 10 (1980)
123. SUPERCONDUCTING MATERIALS. BY SCANLANR.M. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LIVERMORE. LAWRENCE
LIVERMORE LAB.) P 113-32.

REV. SCI. INSTRUM. VOL 51, NO. 6 (AUG 1980)
124. AN AUTOMATED RELAXATION CALORIMETER WITH EXTENDED TEMPERATURE RANGE (4-380 K). BY
GRIFFING,6.F. SHIVASHANKARS.A. (GENERAL ELECTRIC LO., SCHENECTADY, N. Y. CENTER FOR
CORPORATE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT) P 1030-6.
125. SPEER CARBON RESISTORS AS PRESSURE GAUGES. (BETWEEN 295 K AND 76 K). BY WASIMS.N.
ALDANA,R. CABREPA,F. (UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES, MERIDA, VENEZUELA. DEPT. DE FISICA)
P 1040-1.

DIMENSIONS/NbS VOL 64, NO. 5 (JUL 19680
126. SOME LIKE IT VERY HOT. (MEASUREMENTS OF THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES 4T HIGH
TEMPEKATU.ES). BY POkTER,G. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINSTON, D. C. PUBLIC
INFORMATION DIV.) P 2-5.

APPL. SPECTROSC. VOL 34, NO. 4 (JUL-AUG 1580)
127. COMPOSITION OF MIXTURES OF NATURAL GAS COMPONENTS DETERMINED BY RAMAN SPECTROMETRY. BY
DILLER,D.E. CHANG,F.F. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, D. C. NATIONAL
MEASUREMENT LAB.) P 411-4.

J. MICROSC. SPECTROSC. ELECTRON. VOL 5, NO. 3 (JUN 1980)
128. PHASE TRANSFORMATION OF TITANIUM NIOBIUM ALLOYS (A*0 PERCENT AND 47 PERCENT NB IN WEIGHT)
DURING AGING BETWEEN 250 DEGREES C AND 350 DEGREES C. BY LYON,O. (PkRIS UNIV., ORSAY,
FRANCE. LAB. DE MET. PHYS.) P 303-8.






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PIPE LINE INDO VOL 53, NO. 2 (AUG 1980)
129. U.S./CANADA CONSTRUCTION REPORT. CAPITAL FEQUIREPMENTS FOR MAJOR PROJECTS TO EXCEED $40
BILLION. BY IVEStG.,JR. (CONSTRUCTION EDITOR) P 29-34.
130. POLAR GAS ADAPTING PROVEN TECHNOLOGY FOR ARCTIC LINES. dY KAUSTINiN,O.1. (POLAR GAS
PROJECT, TORONTO, ONTARIO) P 39-42.
131. MINNESOTA GAS USING NEW FIRS SYSTEM AT LNG SITE. BY PIPE LINE INDUSTRY P 49-50.

EkDOEL ERKGAS Z. VOL 96, NO. 6 (JUN 1980) (IN GERMAN)
132. UNOER-ROUND STORAGE OF GAS FROM THE STANDPOINT OF MINING AUTHORITIES. BY FUE-.ERG.
P 216-26.
133. OPERATIONAL AND ECONOhIC EXPERIENCE WITH THE UNDERGROUND STORAGE OP HIGH-PRESSURE
NATURAL GoS IN SALT CAVITIES. BY PETERSENH. (E4ERGIEVERSObNLUNG WESER-EMS A.G.,
OLOENBURG, GERMANY) 0 226-35.

BRENN3T. WAERME KRAFT VOL 32, NO. 6 (JUN 1960)
134. THE UNUSED ENERGY POTENTIAL OF LNG. BY SCHINTGEN,L. P 247-51.

GAS WORLD VOL 185, NO. 4739 (JUL 1980)
135. HIGHLIGHTS OF LNG 6. BY GAS WORLD P 33.-5.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 33 (AUG 1980)
136. TVA TO BUIL' COAL GASIFICATION PLANT. (A BRIEF R-POPT). P 16.
137. GASIFICATION UNITS TO USE SHELL-KOPPERS P=OCc.jS P 36-8.

GHEM. WEFK VOL 127, NO. 8 (AUG 1960)
138. COAL GASIFICATION CONCEPT IS SET FOR ADVANCED TESTS (A BRIEF REP31T). P 45.
139. DOES COAL CONVERSION MAKi SENSE. BY WINTON,J.M. P 46-b+51.

CHEM. WEEK VOL 127, NO. 9 (AUG 19801
140. TVA WILL SOON PICK COAL-TO-GAS PROCESS. P 20.

WORLD OIL VOL 191, NO. 2 (AUG 1980)
141. DEMAND UP, PRODUCTION DOWN HOW TO FILL THE GAP. P 77-84.

WORLD OIL VOL 191, NO. 3 (AUG 1980)
142. ENERGY PROGRESS AND PROSPECTS. BY NCKETTAJ.J. WALL,J.D. P 21-4+26+29.

INT. J. HYDROGEN ENERGY VOL 5, NO. 3 (1980)
143. STATUS REPORT ON THERMOCHEMICAL IRON/CHLOPINE CYCLES A CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ANALYSIS
OF ONE PROCESSt BY CREMER,H. HEGELSS. KNOCHE,K.F. ET AL (RHEINISCH-WESTFAELISCHE
TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE AACHEN, GERMANY) P 231-52.
144. ELECTROCHEMICAL ASPECTS OF THE H(2)SO(4)-SO(2) THERMOELECTROCHEMICIL CYCLE FOR HYORQGEN
PRODUCTION. bY APPLEBY,A*.J PINCHONB. (ELECTRIC POWER RESEARCH INST.e PALO ALTO,
CALIF.) P 253-67.
145. ON THE POTENTIAL OF SOLAR ENERGY CONVERSION INTO HYDROGEN AND/OR OfHER FUELS, BY
GrETZ,J. COMMISSIONN OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES, ISPRA, ITALY. JOIMT RESEARCH
CENTRE-1SPA ESTABLISHMENT) P 269-80.
146. NUCLEAR ENERGY AS A PRIMARY ENERGY SOURCE FOR HYDROGEN PRODUCTION. Bf SCHULTENR.
(KERNFORSCHUNGSANLAGE JUELICH G.M.B.H., GERMANY. INST. FUER REAKT3RENTWICKLUNG)
P 281-92.
147. A KINETIC INVESTIGATION OF THE REFORMING OF NATURAL GAS FOR THE PROaU3TiON OF HYDROGEN.
BY KARIMG.A. METWALLY,M.M. (CALGARY UNIV., ALBERTA) P 293-304.
148. ELECTROLYSIS OF HYDROBROMIC ACID. BY SCHUETZG.H. FIEBELMANN,P.J. (COMMISSION OF THE
EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES, ISPRA, ITALY. JOINT RESEARCH CENTRE-ISPRA ESTABLISHMENT)
P 305-16.
149. HYDROGEN STORAGE IN A 3ERYLLIUM SUBSTITUTED TIFE COMPOUND. BY BRUZZONEG. COSTA,G.
FERRETTI,M. OLCESEtG.L. (GENOA UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO DI CHIMIC4 FISICA) P 317-22.
150. GAS DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT IN HYDROGEN SERVICc. BY JASIONOWSKIW.J. PANGBORN,J.B.
JOHNSON,D.G. (INSTITUTE OF GAS TECHNOLOGYt CHICAGOt ILL.) P 323-36.
151. SOVIET PUBLICATIONS ON HYDROGEN ENERGY. F 341-4.
152. HYDROGEN BILL IN U.S. CONGRESS. P 344.

J. ENERGY VOL 4, NO. 3 (MAY-JUN 1980)
153. CROSSWIND KITE POWER. BY LOYDM.L. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LIVERMORE. LAWRENCE LIVERHORE
LAB.) P 106-11.

ENERGY J. VOL 1, NOD 3 (JUL 1980)
154. ENERGY PRICES, INFLATION, AND RECESSION, 1974-1975. BY MORKK.A. rALLtR.E.
(MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH., CAMBRIDGE. ENERGY LAB.) P 31-63.
155. CRUCE OIL RESOURCE APPRAISAL IN THE UNITED STATES, BY URIN.D. APARTMENTT OF ENERGY,
WASHINGTON, Dc CG OFFICE OF ENERGY USE ANALYSIS) P 65-74.






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ENERGY J. VOL 1, NO. 3 (JUL 1980) (CONT.)
156. PjTROLEUM POLICY ANC MEXICAN DOMESTIC POLITICS LEFT OPPOSITION. REGIONAL DISSIDENCE,
ANO OFFICIAL APOSTASY. BY WILLIAMS,E.J. (ARIZONA UNIV., TUCSON. DEPT. OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE) P 75-96.
157. E-LOhOMIC EFFECTS OF INCREASED PENETRATION OF SOLAR ENERGY. BY HUDSO3NE.A. P 97-111.
158. THt REAL PRICE OF IMPORTED OIL. BY DUNKEFLEY,J. JANKOWSKItJ.E.,JR. (RESOURCES FOR THE
FUTURE, INC., WASHINGTON, 0. C.) P 113-,.

ENERGY INT. J. VOL 5, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
159. OCEAN THERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION A GENERAL INTRODUCTION. BY LAVI,A. (CARhEGIE-NELLON
UNIV., PITTSBURGH, PA.) P 469-80.
160. OIEC RESEARCH IN JAPAN. BY KAMOGAWA,H. (TOKYO SHIBAURA ELECTRIC W3., LTD., KAWASAKI,
KANAGAWA, JAPAN. TOSHIBA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER) P 481-92.
161. WESTINGHOUSE OTEC POWER SYSTEMS. BY COLEPANWH, (WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORP.,
PITTSBURGH, PA.) P 493-501.
162. A FCAM OTEC SYSTEM. 3Y ZENER,C. GREENSTEINM. (CARNEGIE-MELLON JNIV., PITTSBURGH,
PA.) P 503-9.
163. THE MIST-LIFT OTiC CYCLEr BY CHARWAT,A.F. RIDGWAY,S.L. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS
ANGELES) P 511-2..
164. THERMAL RESOURCE AVAILABILITY. BY WOLFF,P.M. LEWISL.F. (OCEAN DAT4 SYSTEMS, INC.,
MONTEREY, CALIF.) P 525-8.
165. AN UPDATE OF OTEC BASELINE DESIGN COSTS. BY CURTO,P.A. (MITRE CO3., MCLEAN, VA. THE
METREK DIV.) P 529-38.
166. MOD LLING THE COMPETITIVENESS OF FIRST GENERATION COMMERCIAL OTEC POWER PLANTS- BY
PONT,R.J. (LOCKHEED MISSILES ANC SPACE CO., INC., SUNNYVALE, CALIF.) P 539-49.
167. ISSUES IN OTEC COMMERCIALIZATION. BY LAVI,G.H. (ENERGY R AND 0 INTERNATIONAL, INC.,
PITTSBURGH, PA.) P 551-60.
168. INTRODUCING OTEC TO MAINLAND UTILITIES* BY LAVI,A. JOPLING,0DG. (CARNEGIE-MELLON
UNIV., PITTSBURGH, PA.) P 561-9.

ENERGY POL. VOL 8, NO. 2 (JUN 1980)
169. COMMENT. OIL AN OVERPRICED ABUNDANCE, BY ODELLP. (ERASMUS UNI.,, ROTTERDAHM
N.THERLANDS) P 82-3.
170. EF.ERGY USE TRENDS IN INDUSTRIAL COUNTRIES. IMPLICATIONS FOR CONSERVATION. BY
DUNKERLEY,J. (RESOURCES FOR THE FUTURE, INC., WASHINGTON, D. C.) P 105-15.
171. THE IMPACT OF THE IkANIAN SHORTFALL IN THE USA. BY HIRAOKAL.S. (KEAN COLL. OF NEW
JERSEY, UNION. DEPT. OF ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCE) P 116-26.
172. ENERGY CONSERVATION POLICIES FOR BUILDERS PURCHASES OF OOMESTIC APPLIANCES. BY
QUELCH,J.A. (HAFVARD UNIV., BOSTON, MASS. GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION)
P 125-37.
173. SITING ENERGY FACILITIES IN THE USA. POLICIES FOR THE WESTERN STATES. BY
CALZONETTirF.J. ECKERT,M.S. MALECKI,E.J. (WEST VIRGINIA UNIV., NORGANTOWN. DEPT. OF
GEOLOGY ANO GEOGRAPHY) P 138-52.
174. THE EXPLOITATION OF NORWEGIAN OIL AND GAS. BY AGER-HANSSENH. (Sr4TOIL, STAVANGER*
NORWAY) P 153-64.
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ENERGY INT. VOL 17, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
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ENERGY INT. VOL 17, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
180. ALASKA GAS PROJECT FACES CANADIAN OBSTACLE. BY MCINTYREH. (CANADIAN CORRESPONDENT)
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EPRI J. VOL 5, NO. 5 (JUN 1980)
161. H-CCAL PILOT PLANT BEGINS OPERATIONS.


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SUBJECT INDEX FOR CURRENT AWARENESS LIST NO. 711


SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY


Chemistry 12, 28, 29, 88, 109

Crystal Structure and Lattice Properties
20, 26, 103, 119

Fluid Properties and Structure
9, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 63, 89, 90,
92, 105, 107, 112, 113, 114, 116

Magnetic Properties and Materials
52, 60, 61, 62, 77, 80, 82, 83, 94, 96

Mossbauer Effect and Resonances
13, 17, 65, 67, 73, 102

Optical Properties 66, 72, 74, 75

Polymers 19, 119

Semiconductors
13, 21, 64, 66, 68, 69, 70, 74, 77, 102


Superconductors
2, 4, 6, 7, 15, 16, 17,
58, 59, 61, 71, 84, 85,
104, 120, 121, 123

Superfluidity
1, 3, 5, 8, 10, 43, 51,


44, 45, 53, 55, 57,
93, 95, 98, 99, 100,



56, 76, 79, 81, 86


Thermal Properties of Solids
27, 33, 101, 103, 106

Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and
Transport Processes
9, 11, 30, 31, 34, 35, 42, 49, 50, 63, 78,
107, 108

Transport Properties of Solids
14, 18, 19, 21, 22, 36, 46, 47, 48, 57, 64,
68, 70, 77, 87

Other 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 53, 126





SECTION II AND III. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING AND ENERGY


Energy
23, 117, 129, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141,
142, 145, 146, 153 thru 181

Equipment and Devices 18, 23, 122

Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and Production
109, 111, 115

Heat and Mass Transfer 91, 106

Hydrogen 143 thru 152.


Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
60, 97, 128

Metrology and Instrumentation
12, 124, 125, 126, 127

Propulsion and Space Applications
19, 54

Refrigeration 54

Storage and Handling 110, 132, 133


LNG and Methane
112, 114, 127, 129, 130,
135, 180


131, 132, 133, 134,


Other 117, 118


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