A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service

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A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service
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Current awareness list
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Cryogenic Data Center
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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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Description based on: List no. 667 (Dec. 25, 1978-Jan. 5, 1979)

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SEP. 15-26, 1980 LIST NO. 712


NBS CRYOGENIC DATA CENTER
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STANDARD REFERENCE DATA


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CRYOGENIC DATA CENTER
THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES
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SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AN) CHEMISTRY

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
1. THEORY OF QUANTUM-MECHANICAL EFFECTS AT THE LIQUID-GAS CRITICAL POINT. 8Y YOUNG,R.A.
(ARIZONA UNIV., TUCSON. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 636-41.
2. PHONON RAMAN SCATTERING IN SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY BALSEIROqC.A. FALICOVL.M. (CALIFORNIA
UNIV., BERKELEY. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P b62-5.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
3. UNIVERSALITY IN ANALYTIC CORRECTIONS TO SCALING FOR PLANAR ISING MODELS. BY AHARONYA.
FISHER,M.E. (HARVARD UNIV., CAMBRIDGE, MASS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 679-82.
4. UNIVERSALITY OF TRICRITICAL (31HE-(41HE MIXTURES UNDcR PRESSURE. BY LEIDERERtP.
BOSCHW. (TECHNISCHE UNIV, MUNICH, GARCHING, GERMANY. FACHBEREICH PHYSIK) P 727-9.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 10 (SEP 1980)
*5. ROUGHENING TRANSITION IN THm (4)HE SOLID-SUPERFLUID INTERFACE, BY AVRONJ.E.
.BALFOURL.S. KUPER,C.G. ET AL (TECHNION-ISRAEL INST. OF TECH., HAIFA. DEPT. OF
"PitYSICS) P 614-7.
6. THEORY OF THE SURFACE TENSION OF SIMPLE LIQUIDS APPLICATION TO LIQUID METALS, BY
MONK.K. STFOUDOD. (OHIO STATE UNIV., COLUMBUS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 817-20.
7. RESTORATION OF METALLIC BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIC CONDUCTORS BY SMALL ELECTRIC FIELDS. BY
WALSH,W.M.,JF. WUOL,F. THOMASG.A. ET AL (BELL LABS., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 829-32.
8. INHOMOGENEOUS SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITIONS IN GRANULAR AL. BY MULLER,K.A. POMERANTZM.
KNOEDLERC.M. AbRAHAMNO (IBM RESEARCH LAB., ZURICH, SWITZERLAND) P 832-5.
9. DYNAMIC STARK SPLITTING OF PLASMON STATES IN ULTRASMALL JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS. BY
ROGCVIND. (SCIENCE APPLICATIONS, INC.* LA JOLLA, CALIF.) P 836-9.

PHYS. REV. B VOL 22, NO. 2 (JUL 1980)
10. MODEL FOR HANDLING THE TRANSMISSION PROBLEM IN STICKING AT COLD SOLID SURFACES. bY
DOYEN,G. (MUNICH UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER PHYSIKALISCHE CHEMIE) P 497-506.
11. SEARCH FOR MAXIMUM METALLIC RESISTANCE IN RANDOM METAL-PARTICLE COMPOSITES, BY
GARLANDJ.C. GLLLY,W.J. TANNER,O.B. (OHIO STATE UNIV., COLUMBUS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 507-11.
12. MULTIPHONON PROCESSES IN A QUANTUM-STATISTICAL THEORY OF DESORPTION. BY GORTELiZ.W.
KREUZER,H.J. TESHIMAR. (ALBERTA UNIV., EDMONTON. INST. OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS)
P 512-30.
13. ANHARMONICITY AND THE LOW-TEMPERATURE PHASE IN LITHIUM METAL. BY CLCARTHYC.M.
THOMPSONC.W. HERNER,S.A. (MISSOURI UNIV., COLUMBIA. DEPT. OF PrHYSICS) P 574-80.
14. STUDY OF THE TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THL LOCALIZED VIBRATIONS OF H AND D IN NIOBIUM.
BY RICHTERD. SHAPIROS.M. (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. f.) P 599-605.
15. QUANTUM FORMULATION OF A MAGNETO-CATALYTIC REACTION. (ORTHO-PARA HYDROGEN CONVERSION
REACTION CN DILUTE PAKAMAGNETIC CATALYSTS). BY ILISCAE. DEBAUCHEM. MOTCHANE,J.L.
(PARIS-7 UNIV., FRANCE. LAB. DE MAGNETISME DES SURFACES) P 687-791.
16. NONACDITIVE HARD DISCS, A MODEL FOR PARTIALLY LOCALIZED ADSORPTION. BY TENNER.
uERGMANN,E. (WEIZMANN INST. OF SCIENCE, REHOVOTH, ISRAEL. DEPT. OF PLASTICS RESEARCH)
P 702-16.
17. CONFIGURATIONAL SWITCHING AND CHARGE TRANSFER FOR OPTICALLY EXCITED RARE-GAS ADSORBATES
ON SIMPLE-METAL SURFACES. BY CUNNINGHAM,J.A. GREENLAW,D.K. FLYNN.C.P. (ILLINOIS
UNIV., URBANA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND MATERIALS RESEARCH LAB.) P 717-33.
18. NEUTRAL IMPURITY SCATTERING IN MERCURY-DOFED GERMANIUM, BY BLAKEMOREsJ.S. (OREGON
GRADUATE CENTER, BEAVERTON) P 743-8.
19. STUDY OF CYCLOTRON-RESONANCE-INOUCEO CONDUCTIVITY IN N-GAAS. BY BLUYSSENJ.H.A.
MAANJ.C. TANT.B. WYDERP. (NIJMEGEN UNIV., NETHERLANDS. RESEARCH INST. FOR
MATERIALS) P 749-680
2D, ELECTRON-HOLE PLASMA IN PHOTOExCITED INDIRECT-GAP AL(X)GA(I-X)AS. BY COHENE.
STURGEM.i. OLNSTEAO,M.A. LOGAN,R.A. (BELL LABS., MURRAY HILL, N J.) P 771-7.
21. FREQUENCY DEPENDENCE OF TWO-PHOTON ABSORPTION IN INSB AND HG(1-X)CD(X)TE. BY
JOHNSTONA.M. FIDGEONGC.R. OEMPSEYJ. (HERIOT-WArT UNIV., EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND. DEPT.
OF PHYSICS) P 825-31.
22. LUMINESCENCE STUDIES OF OPTICALLY PUMPED QUANTUM WELLS IN GAAS-AL(X)GA(1-X)AS NULTILAYER
,STRUCTURES. BY MILLERR.C. KLEINMAN,D.A. NORDLAND,H.A.,JR. GOSSARDA.C. (BELL
LABS., MURRAY HILL, N. J,) P 863-71.
23. PHOTOLUMINESCENCE IN HEAVILY DOPED GAAS. I. TEMPERATURE AND HOLE-CONCENTRATION
DEPENDENCE. BY OLEGOD. CARDONA,M. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER FESTKOERPERFORSCHUNG,
STUTTGART, GERMANY) P 886-93.
24. PHOTOLUMINESCENCE IN HEAVILY DOPED GAAS. II. HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE DENENNCE, BY
OLEGO,D. CARDONAM,. MUELLERH. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER FESTKOERPERFORSCHUNG,
STUTTGART, GERMANY) P 894-903.
25. PHOTOLUMINESCENCE, OPTICAL ABSORPTION, ANE EXCITATION SPECTRA OF CINNABAR (ALPHA-HGSI)
BY SIMPSON,C.T. MNAINOW. BECKERWM. (PURDUE UNIV., WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 911-20.
26. INTERSTITIAL BORON IN SILICON A NEGATIVE-U SYSTEM. BY TROXELLJ.R. WATKINSG.O.
(GENERAL MOTORS TECHNICAL CENTER, WARREN, MICH. DEPT. OF ELECTRONICS) P 921-31.





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PHYS. REV. B VOL 22, NO. 2 (JUL 1980) (CONT.)
27. CYCLOTRON RESONANCE OF ELECTRON INVERSION LAYERS IN SI (O01) METAL-OXIDE-SEMICONOUCTOR
FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS (HOSFETS). BY WAGNER,R.J. KENNEDY,T.A. MC018BE,8.D.
TSUIO.C. (NAVAL RESEARCH LAB., WASHINGTON, 0. C.) P 905-58.
28. TEMPERATURE SHIFT OF THE EMISSION EDGE IN ZNS AND CDS, BY YACOBIB,.G. (TORONTO UNIV.,
ONTARIO. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 1007-9.
29. LATERAL INTERACTIONS IN RARE GAS MONOLAYERS BANO-STRUCTURE MODELS AND PHOTOEnISSICN
EXPERIMENTS. BY HERNANNK, NOFFKEJ. HORN,K. (TECHNISCHE UNIV. CLAUSTHAL,
CLALSTHAL-ZELLERFELD, GERMANY. INST. FUER THEORETISCHE PHYSIK B) P 1022-31.
30. THEORY OF THE LOn-TEMPERATURE SEEBECK COEFFICIENT IN DILUTE ALLOYS. BY ONO,Y.A.
TAYLORP.L. (CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIV., CLEVELAND, OHIO. OEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 1109-14.
31. FORMATION OF ELECTRON-HOLE DROPS IN SI. BY VOISINP. ETIENNEB. VOOStM. (PARIS-7
UNIV., FRANCE. GROUP DE PHYSIQUE DES SOLIOES) P 1117-8.
32. LOW-FIELD EXTREMUM IN THE SURFACE IMPEDANCE OF METALS AT MHZ FREQUENCIES. BY
GOROON,R.A. (TECHNICAL UNIV. OF DENMARK, LYNGBY. PHYSICS LAB. I) P 1119-22.

PHYS. REV. 8 VOL 22, NO. 3 (AUG 1980)
33. (27)AL NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC SHIELDING IN ALUMINUM GROUP-V SEMICONDUCTORS. BY SEARS,R.E.J.
(NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIV., DENTON. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1135-40.
54. ELECTRON PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE OF IR(4+) IONS IN MGO AND CAD. BY RAIZMANA. SUSS,J.T.
(ISRAEL ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION, YAVNE. SOREQ NUCLEAR RESEARCH CENTRE) P 1141-9.
35. MAGNETIC FIELD DEPENDENCE OF SPIN-LATTICE RELAXATION IN THREE IRON GROUP SALTS. BY
ABLARTvG. PESCIAJ. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, TOJLOUSE, FRANCE.
LAB. DE MAGNETISME ET 0 ELECTRONIQUE QUANTIQUE) P 1150-62.
36. SPECTROSCOPIC PROPERTIES OF (3)P(1) AND (3)P(0) EXCITED STATES OF BI(3+) IONS IN
GERMANATE GLASS. BY BOULON,G. MOINE,B. BOURCET,J.-C. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA
RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, VILLEURBANNE, FRANCE. LAB. DE SPECTROSCOPIE ET DE LUMINESCENCE)
P 1163-9.
37. RAMAN SCATTERING INVESTIGATIONS IN TETRAGONAL TUNGSTEN-BRONZE COMPOUNDS. II.
BA(2)K(X)NA(1-X)NB(5O0(15) MIXED CRYSTALS. BY BOUOOU,A. SAPRIELJ. JOUKOFFB. ET AL
(CENTRE NATIONAL D ETUDES DES TELECOMMUNICATIONS, BAGNEUX, FRANCE) P 1170-3.
38. FLUX-LATTICE MELTING IN THIN-FILM SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY FISHER,D.S. (BELL LABS., MURRAY
HILL, N. J.) P 1190-9.
39. FLUX PENETRATION IN A THIN SUPERCONDUCTING DISK. BY FETTER,A.L. (STANFORD UNIV.,
CALIF. INST. OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 1200-13.
40. TUNNELING AND THE ELECTRON-PHONON-COUPLED SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF NB(3)SN. BY WOLFE.L.
ZASADZINSKIJ. ARNOLDG.B. ET AL (AMES LAB., IOWA) P 1214-7.
41. QUASIPAKTICLE ENERGY DISTRIBUTION AND RELAXATION TIMES IN A TUNNEL-INJECTED
SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY KIRTLEY,J.R. KENT,D.S. LANGENBERGD.N. ET AL (IBM WATSON
RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 1218-32.
42. COMPOUND GEOMETRICAL RESONANCES IN SUPERCONDUCTING PROXIMITY-EFFECT SANDWICHES. BY
GALLAGHER.W.J. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 1233-6.
43. JASTROW WAVE FUNCTION AND CORRELATIONS OF THE LENNARD-JONES BOSE FLUID. BY GAGLIONE,G.
MASSERINIG.L. REATTOL. (MILAN UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO DI FISICA) P 1237-49.
44. THERMODYNAMICS OF DILUTE GASES APPLICATION TO SUBMONOLAYER HE FILMS. BY VETROVEC,M.B.
CARNEIRO,G.H. (UNIVERSIOAD CENTRAL DE VENEZUELA, CARACAS. FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS)
P 1250-8.
45. SUSCEPTIBILITY OF (FE(C(5)H(5)NO)(6))(CLO(4))(2), AN S = 1/2, SIMPLE-CUBIC ISING
ANTIFERROMAGNET. BY VAN OER BILT,A. JOUNGK.O. CARLIN,R.L. DE JONSHtL.J. (ILLINOIS
UNIV., CHICAGO. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 1259-62.
46. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF THE 30 TRANSITION METALS IN THE AMORPHOUS TERNARY ALLOYS -
GD(0.2)(FE(X)CO(1-X))(0.8), GO(0.2)(CO(X)NT(1-X))(0.8), AND GD(0.2)(FE(XJNI (-X))(0.8).
BY TAYLORR.C. GANGULEE,A. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y,)
P 1320-6,
47. OBSERVATION OF AN UNUSUAL MAGNETIC PHASE TRANSITION IN NDSN(3). BY HASTINGS,J.M.
CORLISSL.M. KUNNMANNIW. ET AL (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. Y.) P 1327-30.
48. TUNNELING MEASUREMENTS OF CONOUCTION-ELECTRON-SPIN POLARIZATION IN HEAVY RARE-EARTH
METALS. BY MESE9VEYR. PARASKEVOPOULOS,C. TEDROWP.M. (MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH.,
CAMBRIDGE. FRANCIS BITTER NATIONAL MAGNET LAB.) P 1331-7.
49. CELL-MODEL PREDICTION OF THE MELTING OF A LENNARD-JONES SOLID. BY HOLIAN,B.L. (LOS
ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB., No MEX.) P 1394-404.
50. DEFECTS AND THE CENTRAL PEAK IN SRTIO(3). BY PETSCHEK,R.G. (HARVARD UNIV., CAMBRIDGE,
MASS. LYMAN LAB. OF PHYSICS) P 1409-16.
51. EXISTENCE OF AN ORIENTATIONAL GLASS STATE IN (KCN)(X)(KBR)(1-X) MIXED CRYSTALS. BY
MICHELK.H. RODEJ.M. (ANTWERP UNIV., BELGIUM. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1417-28.
52. NEUTRON-SCATTERING STUDY OF BICRITICAL BEHAVIOR IN CSMNBR(3)-2D(2)0. BY BASTENJ.A.J.
FRIKKEEE. OE JONGE,W.J.M. (DUTCH METROLOGICAL SERVICE, DELFT, NETHERLANDS. VAN
SWINDEN LAB.) P 1429-50.
53. ERRATUM. STABILITY OF (4)HE SUPERLATTICES ON GRAPHITE, BY WANGtS.C. SENBETUL.
WOOC.-W. (PHYS. REV. B VOL 20, NO. 9, 3641-6 (1979)) P 1470.





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J. CHEM. PHYS. hOL 73, NO. 4 (AUG 1980)
54. A PULSE RADIOLYSIS STUDY OF ELECTRON TUNNELING IN AN 8 M NAOH GLASS BETWEEN 4 AND 100 K.
BY VAN LEEUWEN.J.W. HEIJMAN,M.G.J. NAUTAH. CASTELEIJN,G. (UTRECHT
RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT, NETHERLANDS. FYSISCH LAB.) P 1483-9.
55. COMBINATION RULES FOR THREE-BODY VAN DER WAALS COEFFICIENTS. BY DIAZ PENA,M. PANDO,C.
RENUNCIO,J.A.R. (UNIVERSIDAD COMPLLTENSE, MADRID, SPAIN. DEPT. OE QUINICA FISICA)
P 1750-6.
56. VIBRATIONAL ENERGY RELAXATION IN FLUID MIXTURES HYOPOGEN IN ARGON. BY DELALANDEC.
GALEG.M. (ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE, PALAISEAU, FRANCE. LAB. D OPTIQUE QJANTIQUE)
P 1916-22.
57. VOLLMETRIC AND DERIVED THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LIQUID 0(2)0 AT LOW TEMPERATURES AND
HIGH PRESSURES. BY KANNO,H. ANGELLC.A. (PURDUE UNIV., WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. DEPT. OF
CHEMISTRY) P 1940-7.
58. MOLECULAR REORIENTATION IN LIQUID CF(4). (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY GARG.S.K.
RIPMEESTERJ.A. CAVIDSONO.W. (NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA, OTTAWA, ONTARIO.
DIV. OF CHEMISTRY) P 2005-6.
59. ENTHALPY DIFFERENCE OF ROTATIONAL ISOMERS IN LIQUID BUTANE AND PENTANE FROM INFRARED
SPECTRA. (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY COLOMBO,L. ZERBI,G. (TRIESTE UNIV., ITALY.
ISTITUTO CI CHIMICA) P 2013-4.
60. SEARCH FOR TUNNEL STATES IN SOLID NITROMETHANE. (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY
LUSHINGTON,K.J. PORRISON,J.A. (HCHASTER UNIV., HAMILTON, ONTARIO. INST. FOR MATERIALS
RESEARCH) P 2015-6.

APPL. PHYS. LETT. VOL 37, NO. 5 (SEP 1980)
61. DIFFRACTION-GRATING-ENHANCEO LIGHT EMISSICN FROM TUNNEL JUNCTIONS. BY KIRTLEY,J.R.
THEIS,T.N. TSANG,J.C. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 435-7.
62. THE EFFECTS OF COLD ROLLING ON FLUXOID PINNING IN A SUPERCONDUCTING METALLIC GLASS. BY
KOCHC.C. SCAR6ROUGHvJ.,O KROEGER1O.M. OASGUPTA,A. (OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LAB., TENN.
METALS AND CERAmICS DIV.) P 451-3.

J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 51, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
63. STUDY OF NB-BASED JOSEPHSON TUNNEL JUNCTIONS. BY MATSUDA,A. INAMURAT. YOSHIKIYO,MH
(MUSASHINO ELECTRICAL COMMUNICATION LABS., TOKYO, JAPAN) P 4310-6.
64. RESPONSE TIMES OF SHORT JOSEPHSON JUNCTION AND APPLICATIONS TO RF SQUIDS. BY
BEN-JACOB,E. IMRYY. (TEL AVIV UNIV., ISRAEL. CEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY)
P 4317-28.
65. QUANTUM NOISE IN JOSEPHSON JUNCTICNS. BY VAN DER ZIEL,A. (MINNESOTA UNIV.,
MINNEAPOLIS. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 4329-31.
66. TEMPERATURE VARIATION OF THE DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF BISMUTH GERMINATE AND BISMUTH
GERMANIUM OXIDE. BY LINK,J. FONTANELLA,J. ANDEEN,C.G. (NAVAL ACADEMY, ANNAPOLIS, nO.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4352-5.
67. HYDROGEN ABSORPTION AND ITS EFFECT ON LOW-TEMPERATURE ELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF NIOBIUM.
BY ISAGAWAS. (NATIONAL LAB. FOR HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, IBARAKI, JAPAN) P 4460-70.
68. AGING PHENOMENA OF PLASMA OXIDIZED PB-ALLOY JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS. BY WAHO,T. KURODAK.
ISHIDOAA. (MUSASHINO ELECTRICAL COMMUNICATION LAB., TOKYO, JAPAN) P 4508-12.
69. ELLIPSOMETRIC STUDY ON RF-PLASMA OXIDIZED TUNNEL BARRIERS FOR IN/PB/AU-ALLOY JOSEPHSON
JUNCTIONS. BY KURODA,K. WAHOT. ISHIDA,A. (MUSASHINO ELECTRICAL COMMUNICATION LAB.,
TOKYO, JAPAN) P 4513-7.
70. ON A POSSIBLE CONNECTION BETWEEN SUPERCONCUCTIVITY AND COVALENCY. BY SCHOIJETM.
(UNIVEPSIDAD AUTONOMY METROPOLITANA-XOCHIMILCO, MEXICO CITY, MEXICO) P 4550-2.

SCIENCE VOL 209, NO. 4462 (SEP 1980)
71. FEDERAL FUNDING IN MATERIALS RESEARCH. BY LINGJ.G. HAND,M.A. (DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY,
WASHINGTON, D. C. PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION DIV.) P 1203-7.
72. DOE LEADS SYNFUELS CRUSADE WITHOUT A MAP. BY MARSHALL,E. P 1208-10.
73. LOS ALAMOS COMING TO TERMS WITH THE 19805. BY WALSH,J. P 1211-4.
74. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY BRIDGING THE FRONTIERS- (AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE ANNUAL MEETING, TORONTO, 3-8 JANUARY 1981). BY HERSCHMANA.
P 1221-33.

LETT. NUOVO CIMENTO VOL 28, NO. 13 (JUL 1980)
75. ULTRASONIC ATTENUATION IN BISMUTH POLYCRYSTALS CONTAINING TE. SB. SN AND PB IMPURITIES.
BY VARKEY,P.A. PADMINI,A.R.K.L. MAHARAJAA SAYAJIRAO UNIV., BARODA, INDIA. DEPT. OF
APPLIED PHYSICS) P 447-9.

ACTA PHYS. POL. A VOL 57, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
76. LATTICE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY COMPONENT OF BRASSES IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 4.2-30 K BY
WLOSENICZ,D. BARTKOWSKIK. RAFALOWICZJ. HEGENBARTHE. (POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES,
WROCLAW. INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURE AND STRUCTURE RESEARCH) P 849-58.
77. LATTICE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY COMPONENT OF BRASSES IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 30-300 K. BY
WLOSEWICZ,0. BARTKOWSKIK. RAFALOWICZtJ. HEGENBARTH,E. (POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES,
WROCLAW. INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURE AND STRUCTURE RESEARCH) P 859-64.





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THERM. ENG. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 26, NO. 12 (CEC 1979)--(TRANSL. OF TEPLOENERGETIKA VOL
26, NO. 12, DEC 1979)
78. TABLES OF THE THEFMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF STEAM AT TEMPERATURES OF 673-1123 K AND AT
PRESSURES UP TO 200 MPAP BY ZUBAREV,V.N. PRUSAKOV,P.G. BARKOVSKIIV.V. SERGEEVAL.V.
(KRZHIZHANOVSKII ENERGY INST., MOSCOW, USSR) P 739-41.

ZH. FIZ. KHIM. VOL 54, NO. 6 (JUN 1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
79. FORMATION OF GAS MIXTURE EQUATION OF STATE. BY NEDOSTUPVoI. GALKEVIGHE.P.
MASHUROVA.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, ODESSA. INST. OF PHYSICAL
CHEMISTRY) P 1393-5.
80. EQUATION OF STATE FOR NORMAL-HEPTANE IN SUPERCRITICAL REGION. BY 4BDULAGATOV,I.M.
ALIBEKOVB.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MAKHACHKALA. INST. OF PHYSICS)
P 1400-3.
81. THERNMDYNAMIC VERIFICATION OF EXPERIMENTAL DATA ON EQUILIBRIUM OF LIQUID-VAPOR BINARY
SYSTEMS UNDER ISOTHERMAL CONDITIONS. BY GORBUNOV,A.N. LENINGRADD STATE UNIV., USSR)
P 1404-7.
82. EQUATION FOR SATURATION CURVE CLOSE TO THE CRITICAL POINT BASED ON MEASUREMENTS OF
ISOCHORIC HEAT CAPACITY. BY AMIRKHANOV,K.I. ALIBEKOV,B.G. ABDULAGATOV,I.M. ET AL
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MAKHACHKALA. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 1422-4.
83. STABILITY DETERMINANT AND VELOCITY OF SOUND IN SUPERCRITICAL REGION OF WATER. BY
EFOKHINN.F. (TAGANROG STATE TEACHERS INST., USSR) P 1575-7.


SECTION II. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

CHEM. ENG. COMMON. VOL 5, NO. 1-4 (1980)
84. COMPARISON OF A PAIR OF THREE PARAMETER EQUATIONS OF STATE. BY MOIANTY,K.K.
DOMEROWSKIM. OAVISH.T. (MINNESOTA UNIV., MINNEAPOLIS. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
AND MATERIALS SCIENCE) P 85-92.
85. THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF BINARY LIQUID MIXTURES OF ETHANE AND ETHYLENE WITH METHANE
ANJ THE RARE GASES. BY CALADO,J.C.G. GOMES DE AZEVEDO,E.J.S. SOARES,V.A.M.
INSTITUTEO SUPERIOR TECNICO, LISBON, PORTUGAL. CENTRO DE QUIMICA ESTRUTURAL) P 149-64.

CAN. J4 CHEM. ENG. VOL 58, NO. 3 (JUN 1980)
86. 2ND-LAW EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS OF A COAL GASIFICATION PROCESS. BY RODRIGUEZ,L.
GAGGIOLIR.A. (MARQUETTE UNIV., MILWAUKEE, WIS. DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
P 376-81.
87. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF ACETIC ACID IN THE GAS STATE. BY SEATONW.H. (TENNESSEE
EASTMAN CO., KINGSPORT. RESEARCH LABS.) P 416-8.

CHEM. ENG. (N.Y.) VOL 87, NO. 17 (AUG 1980)
88. RECENTLY RUN PILOT TESTS INDICATE A HIGH-QUALITY FUEL GAS CAN BE MA3E FROM LIGNITE. (A
BRIEF REPORT). P 10.
89. THE DEPT. OF ENERGY HAS NOW ADOPTED FINAL RULES FOR ITS COAL-CONVERSION PROGRAM. (A
BRIEF REPORT). P 12.
90. DOE TAKES ITS PICK OF SYNFUELS PROPOSALS. P 3941.
91. ISLAND PARK AND LIGNITE FEATURE IN TEXAN PROPOSALS. P 43.
92. SCALEUP IS BEING SOUGHT FOR ENTRAINED-FLOW ROUTE. P 43.

PRZEM. CHEM. VOL 59, NO. 4 (1980) (IN POLISH)
93. METHANOL CURRENT STATE AND DEVELOPMENT OUTLOOK. BY KOTOWSKIN. KUSZKA,W.
TOMASZEWSKAJ. ET AL (BLACHOWNIA HEAVY ORGAN. SYNTH. INST., KEDZIERZYN KOZLE, POLAND)
P 201-6.
94. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL DATA FOR DESIGN. BY KROP,E. (PROSYNCHEM. DESIGNING OFFICE,
GLIWICE, POLAND) P 236-2.

J. HAZARD. MATER. VOL 3, NO. 4 (JUN 1980)
95. FLAMMABILITY LIMITS OF SATURATED VAPOURS TOLUENE-OXYGEN-CARBON DIOXIDE MIXTURES. BY
CRESCITELLI,S. MELI,S. RUSSO,G. TUFANO,V. (NAPLES UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO DI CHIMICA
INDUSTRIAL E DI IMPIANTI CHIMICA) P 293-300.

UMSCH. WISS. TECH. VOL 80, NO. 14 (JUL 1980) (IN GERMAN)
96. THE COLDEST NEUTRONS IN THE WORLD. BY SCHULZ,P. (GESAMTHOCHSCHULE WUPPERTAL, GERMANY.
FACHBEREICH ANORGANISCHE CHEMIE) P 437.

J. JPN. SOC. LUBR. ENG. VOL 25, NO. 5 (1980) (IN JAPANESE)
97. TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRIBOLOGY ON HYDROGEN ENERGY. BY FURUHAM4,S. (MUSASHI INST.
OF TECH., TOKYO, JAcAN) P 325-31.
98. TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRIBOLOGY ON ENERGY CONSERVATION. 2. STIRLING ENGINE. BY
YAMASHITA,I. TANAKA,A. (MECHANICAL ENGINEEkING LAB., IBARAKI, JAPAN) P 342.





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RUSS. ENG. J. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 59, NO. 8 (1979)--(TRANSL. OF VESTN. MASHINOSTR. VOL
59q NO. 8, 1979)
99, THE FATIGUE STRENGTH AND THE CYNAMIC FATIGUE BENDING STRENGTH OF GEARS AT NORMAL AND LOW
TEMPEKATUPE. BY URKUMBAEV,M.F. GALIEVT.T. P 9-11.

IBM TECH. DISCLOSURE BULL. VOL 23, NO. 4 (SEP 1980)
100. COMPOSITE METALLURGY DEVICES. BY CHAUDHARIP. P 1678.
101. RESISTOR FOR USE WITH JOSEPHSON JUNCTION WITH NB ELECTRODES. BY HARRISE.P.
KIRCHERC.J. P 1683.
102. INPUT ARRANGEMENT FOK AC LATCH. BY JONES,H.C. P 1687-9.
103. JOSEPHSON COMPARATOf SGA FOR USE WITH DATA LATCHES. BY OAVIDSONA. JONES,H.C.
P 1690-3.
104. CCL(4) REACTIVE ION ETCHING OF NIOBIUM FILMS. BY KAISER,H.D. METZGERW.C. TINGC.Y.
P 1694.
105. SCHEME TO DRIVE MAGNETIC FLUX LINES IN SUFERGON0UCTORS. BY CHI,C..J. GALLAGHERW.J.
TSUEI,C.C. P 1710-3.

ELECTRIC. ENG. JPN. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 98, NO. 6 (NOV-DEC 1978)
106. INFLUENCE OF TENSILE STRESS ON THE ENHANCEMENT OF CRITICAL-CURRENT DENSITY OF
MONCFILAMENTAPY NB(I3SN COMPOSITE CONDUCTCRS. BY ONISHIT. SUENASA,M. (MINISTRY OF
INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND INDUSTRY, TOKYO, JAPAN. ELECTROTECHNICAL LAB.) P 24-30.

J. CHROMATOGR. SCI. VOL 18, NO. 7 (JUL 19801
107. AN APPLICATION OF GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY TO MEASURE CONCENTRATIONS OF ETHANE, PROPANE, AND
ETHYLENE FOUND IN INTERSTITIAL SOIL GASES. BY '030,M.B. (STANDARD OIL CO., CLEVELAND,
OHIO. RESEARCH CENTER) P 307-10.

VAK. TECH. VOL 29, NO. 4 (MAY 1980)
108. PRINCIPLES OF LEAK TESTING USING SEARCH GASES. ar JANSEN,W. (LEYBOLD-HERAEUS G.M.B.M.
UND CO. K.G., KOELN, GERMANY) P 105-13.

MEAS. TECH. (USSR) (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 22, NO. 11 (NOV 1979)--(TRANSL. OF IZMER. TEKH.
VOL 22, NO. 11, NOV 1979)
109. APPARATUS FOR CALIBRATING AND CHECKING GAS-CONTENT GAUGES FOR RUBBLING TWO-PHASE
CRYOGENIC FLOWS. BY SEIFER,A.L. CHERKIS.A.P. YURCHUKA.P. P 1379-81.

MEAS. TECH. (USSR) (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 22, NO. 12 (DEC 19791--(TRANSL. OF IZNER. TEKH.
VOL 22, NO. 12, DEC 1979)
11li. THE STANDARDS SERVICE FOR OILATOMETRIC MEASUREMENTS IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 90-1800 K.
BY AMATUNI,A.N. MALYUTINA,T.I. ROMANOV,V.N. SH-VCHENKO,E.B. P 1472-5.
111. STANDARDS SERVICE FOR LOw-TEMPERATURE DILATOMETRY. BY AGRANOVICHYA.S. ASTROV,D.N.
MEDVEDE6,V.A. SOLODUKHINA.V. P 1476-7.

J. MATEk. SCI. VOL 15, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
112. THE MORPHOLOGY AND GRAIN SIZE OF NB(I3SN FILAMENTS IN IN SITU PREPARED MULTIFILAMENTARY
NB(I3SN-CU COMPOSITE MIRE. BY VERHOEVENJ.D. SUE,J.J. FINNEMORE,3.K. ET AL
(DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, AMES, IOWA. OEPT. OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING)
P 1987-14.

J. APPLe POLYM. SCI. VOL 25, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
113. THERMALLY STIMULATED DISCHARGE CURRENT STUDIES ON LOW-TEMPERATURE RELAXATION IN EPOXY
RESIN. BY SUW.-F.A. CARRS.H. BRITTAINJ.O. (NORTHWESTERN UNIV., EVANSTON, ILL.
MATERIALS RESEARCH CENTER) P 1355-64.

PLATINUM MET. REV. VOL 24, NO. 3 (JUL 1980)
114. THE ORIGIN OF THE PLATINUM RESISTANCE THERMOMETER. BY HUNTL.B. (JOHNSON, MATTHEY AND
CO. LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND) P 104-12.

AUTO. WELD* (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 32, NO. 9 (SEP 1979)--(TRANSL. OF AVTOM. SVARKA VOL 32,
NO. 9, SEP 1979)
115. THE LOW-TEMPERATURE STRENGTH OF SMALL-DIAVETER WELDED PIPES. BY MONOSHKOVA.N. ET AL
P 30-2.

WEAR VOL 61, NO. 1 (JUN 1980)
116. CRYOTECHNOLOGY FOR THE STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF LUBRICANTS IN RELATION TO THEIR FRICTION
PROPERTIES. BY KAPSAP. MARTIN,JM. CHARRION,J.F. (EGOLE CENTRAL LYONNAISE, ECULLY,
FRANCE. TECHNOLOGIES SURFACES LAB.) P 191.

STRUCT. ENG. VOL 58, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
117. EPOXIDE RESIN CONCRETE A PRACTICAL APPLICATION IN SUPERCONDUCTING TURBOGENERATORS. BY
STAYN.S,8..W ROSS,J.S.H. (BRIGHTON POLYTECHNIC, ENGLAND. DEPT. OF CIVIL ENGINEERING)
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SECTION III. ENERGY AND MISCELLANEOUS

PIPELINE GAS J. VOL 207, NO. 11 (SEP 1980)
118. ALASKAN GAS BREAKTHROUGH NEARING, BY HALE,O. EDITORR) P 17-21.
119. TURBINE METERS PROVE VALUE WITH EXTRA-WIDE kANGEABILITY. BY MAGEEsJ.I. (NORTHERN
NATURAL GAS CO., MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.) P 32+34+38.

BRENST. WAERME KRAFT VOL 32, NO. 7 (JUL 1980) (IN GERMAN)
120. DRIVING ENERGY FROM WASTE HEAT JOINT CONFERENCE OF THE GERMAN INSTITUTION OF
REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING AND THE GERMAN INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS. BY
PFEIFFENBERGER,U. P 291-2.

ERDOEL KOHLE ERDGAS PETROCHEM. VOL 33, NO. 7 (JUL 1980) (IN GERMAN)
121. TEESSIDE TERMINAL. (ETHANE AND LPG PRODUCTION). P 295-6.
122. FEEDSTOCK FLEXIBILITY IN OLEFIN PLANTS. PART 1. BY MIKULLAK.D. BOELTH. RICHTER,H.
P 309-13.

GASCOPE NO. 50 (SUMMER 1980)
123. SYNTHETIC FUELS AND THE TOTAL COST OF OIL IMPORTS. BY LEE,B.S. (INSTITUTE OF GAS
TECHNOLOGY, CHICAGO, ILL.) P 2-6.

GAS WORLD VOL 185, NO. 4740 (AUG 1980)
124. SOVIET GAS SURVIVES CURRENT POLITICAL STORMS. BY SEGAL,G. P 379.

WORLD OIL VOL 191, NO. 4 (SEP 1980)
125. CO(2) INJECTION SUCCESSFULLY RECOVERS TERTIARY OIL. BY THRASHJ. C.,J. (HNG FOSSIL
FUELS CO., HOUSTON, TEX.) P 68-70.

ENERGY INT. J. VOL 5, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
126. CONSERVATION OF AVAILABLE WORK (EXERGY) BY USING PROMOTERS OF SWIRL F.OW IN FORCED
CONVECTION HEAT TRANSFER. BY OULLETTE,W.R. BEJANA. COLORADOO UNIV., BOULDER. OEPT.
OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) P 5f7-96.
127. HYDROGEN AND OXYGEN FROM WATER. III. EVALUATION OF A HYBRID PROCESS, BY DIVER,R.B.
FLETCHER,E.A. (MINNESOTA UNIV., MINNEAPOLIS. DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
P 597-607.
128. HEALTH RISKS OF HIGH-BTU GAS PIPELINE AND ELECTRIC POWER TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS. BY
DONAKOWSKI,T.D. (INSTITUTE OF GAS TECHNOLOGY, CHICAGO, ILL. ENERGY SYSTEMS ANALYSIS)
P 69-16.
129. WORKING FLUIDS FOR SOLAR, RANKINE-CYCLE COOLING SYSTEMS. BY WALIE. (PETROLEUM AND
MINERALS UNIV., DHAHRAN, SAUDI ARABIA) P 631-9.
130. ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL TECHNOLOGY FOR ATMOSPHERIC CARBON DIOXIDE, BY ALBANESE,A.S.
STEINBERG,M. (SINGIASTER AND BREYER, INC., NEW YORK, N. Y.) P 641-64.

ENERGY COMMUN. VOL 6, NO. 3 (1980)
131. PERSPECTIVES AND SOME RECENT DEVELOPMENTS CONCERNING DECLASSIFICATION OF THE INERTIAL
CONFINEMENT FUSION (ICF) PROGRAM. BY HARRACH,R.J. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LIVERMORE.
LAWRENCE LIVERMORE LAB.) P 223-30.

ENERGY VUL 5, NO. 3 (SUMMER 1t80)
132. OIL SHALE TECHNOLOGIES ARE READY FOR COMMERCIALIZATION. BY ZUKOR,S.H. PETZRICKF.A.
(DEFAC.TMNNT OF ENERGY, WASHINGTON, D. C. OFFICE OF SHALE RESOURCE APaLICATIONS)
P 13-5*20.
133. WILL WE REPLACE OUR FOSSIL FUELS WITH SOLAR HYDROGEN PLANTATIONS. P 17.
134. THE NLW MARKET FOR ENERGY SERVICES. BY SANTR.W. (MELLON INST., ARLINGTON, VA. ENERGY
PRODUCTIVITY CENTER) P 19-20.
135. HARD COAL CONVERSION PILOT PLANTS FOR WEST GERMANY A STATUS REPORT. BY SPECKSR.
KLUSMANNA. (RunRKOHL A.G., ESSEN, GERMANY) P 21-3.

NUCL. ENG. OES. VOL 58, NO. 2 (MAY 1988)
136. NON-SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNET STRUCTURES FOR NEAR-TERM, LARGE FUSION EXPERIMENTAL DEVICES.
BY FILE,J. KNUTSON.D.S. MARINO,R.E. RAPPEG.H. (PRINCETON UNIV., N. J. PLASMA
PHYSICS LAB.) P 167-90.
137. THE STRUCTURAL DESIGN OF SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNETS FOR THE LARGE COIL PROGRAM. BY
GRAYW.H. LONG,C.J. STOOOARTW,.C.T. (OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LAB., TENN. FUSION ENERGY
DIV.) P 191-206.
13b. STRUCTURAL DESIGN FeATURES FOR COMMERCIAL FUSION POWER REACTOR MAGNET SYSTEMS. BY
SVIATOSLAVSKY,I.N. YOUNG,W.C. (WISCONSIN UNIV., MADISON. DEPT. OF Nu;LEAR
ENGINEERING) P 207-18.
13'. STRUCTURAL ALLOYS FOR SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNETS IN FUSION ENERGY SYSTEMS. BY MGmENRYH.I.
REEP R.P. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO. THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES
DIV.) P 219-36.
140. A CONSTITUTIVE MODEL FOR STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF FUSION MAGNETSo BY CHANG,T.Y. AOKI,H.
(AKRON UNIV., OHIO ODEPT. OF CIVIL ENGINEERING) P 237-46.





SUBJECT INDEX FOR UPRRENT AWARENESS LIST NO. 712

SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY


Chemistry 107


Crystal Structure and Lattice Properties
13, 14, 49, 50, 51, 52

Fluid Properties and Structure
1, 4, 6, 55 thru 60, 78 thru 83, 85, 87, 95

Magnetic Properties and Materials
3, 15, 33, 45, 46, 47

Mossbauer Effect and Resonances
27, 34, 35

Optical Properties
21 thru 25, 28, 29, 36, 61

Polymers 113, 117

Semiconductors
18 thru 24, 26, 27, 28, 31, 33


Sorption 10, 12, 16, 17, 29, 53, 67

Superconductors
2, 3, 8, 9. 38 thru 42, 62, 63, 64, 65, 68,
69, 70, 101 thru 106, 112, 117, 136 thru 140

Superfluidity 5

Thermal Properties of Solids 76, 77

Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and
Transport Processes
1, 10, 43, 44, 55, 78, 79, 81, 83, 84, 87

Transport Properties of Solids
3, 7, 11, 18, 19, 20, 30, 32, 37. 48, 54,
66, 67, 75, 76, 77, 113

Other 71, 73, 74


SECTION II AND III. CPYOGENIC ENGINEERING AND ENERGY


Aerospace Safety 95, 108, 128

Energy
72, 86, 88 thru 94, 97, 98, 120, 123, 124,
125, 127, 129, 131 thru 140

Equipment and Devices
96, 101, 103, 105, 128

Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and
Production
94, 121, 122, 127

Heat and Mass Transfer 126


Hydrogen 15, 97, 98, 133

LNG and Methane 118, 119, 128

Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
99, 100, 106, 112, 115

Metrology and Instrumentation
107 thru 111, 114, 116, 119

Refrigeration 96

Storage and Handling 121

Other 130


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