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
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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. 29-OCT. 10, 1980 LIST NO. 713


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


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







f 1 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
) National Bureau of Standards
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August 5, 1980

MEMORANDUM FOR Users of Cryogenic Data Center Subscription Services

From: Neil A. Olien, Acting Chief / \ a
Thermophysical Properties Divisi 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 ar 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 AND CHEMISTRY

J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. VOL 40, NO. 1/2 (JUL 1580)
1. PROFILES OF NONLINEAR MOTION OF MAGNETIZATION IN 3UPERFLUID (3)HE. I. NONLINEAR PARALLEL
RINGING. BY KATAYAMAtT. OOIWAK. ISHIIC. (SCIENCE UNIV. OF TOKYO, JAPAN. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 1-1'.
2. PROXIMITY ELECTRON TUNNELING SPECTROSCOPY. I. EXPERIMENTS ON NB. BY WOLFE.L.
ZASADZINSKI,J. OSMUN,J.W. ARNOLO,G.B. (AMES LAB., IOWA) P 19-50.
3. A PARADOX IN THE CROSSOVER OF THE MECHANISMS CAUSING THE HYSTERESIS IN LONG, THIN-FILM
SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY DHARPADURAI,G. (BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE, BOMBAY, INDIA.
NUCLEAR PHYSICS DIV.) P 51-7.
4. A THEORY OF THE UPPER CRITICAL FIELD IN QUASI-ZERO-DIMENSIONAL SUPERCONDUCTORS, 6Y
YOUNGNERtD.W. PETERSONA.S. (AMES LAB., IOWA) P 59-70.
5. EXChANGE AND MAGNETIC ORDER IN HCF (3)HE AND ADSORBED (3)HE WITH TRIANGULAR LATTICE. BY
DELRIEUJ.M. ROGER,M. HETHERINGTONJ.H. (COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIC,
GIF-SUR-YVETTE, FRANCE. CENTRE 0 ETUDES NUCLEAIRES DE SACLAY) P 71-67.
6. RESISTIVITY AND T(C) IN DISORDERED SUPEiCCNUUCTOQS, BY SOUKOULISC.M. RUVALDS,J.
(VIRGINIA UNIV., CHARLOTTESVILLE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 89-103.
7. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN CU-V-SI ALLOYS, BY SHARMA,R.G. KRISHNA,M.M. NARLIKARA.V.
(NATIONAL PHYSICAL LAB., NEW DELHI, INDIA) P 105-16.
8. HEALING AND RELAXATION IN FLOWS OF HELIUM II. IV. COMPARISON WITH KHALATNIKOV-LEBEDEV
THEORY. BY HILLS,R.N. ROB6RTS,P.H. (HERIOT-WATT UNIV., EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND. DEPT. OF
MATHEMATICS) P 117-34.
9. THE;MODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF SUPERCONDUCTING NIOBIUM: BY OAAMSJ. CARBOTTE,J.P.
(TORONTO UNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 135-54.
10. FERRCMAGNETIC ORDERING OF QUASIPARTICLES IN NONEQLUILIRIUM SUPERCONDUCTORS AND THE RISE
OF DOAINS. BY ARONOVA.G. SPIVAK,B.Z. (LENIhGRAD NUCLEAR PHYSICS INST., USSR)
P 155-71.
11. QUANTUM DIFFUSION IN SOLID H(2). BY RAPM,0. MEYER,H. (DUKE UNIV., DURHAM, N. C.
MEDICAL SCHOOL) P 173-86.
12. NMR STUDIES ON SINGLE CRYSTALS OF H(2). III. DYNAMIC EFFECTS BY WASHBURNS.
SCHWEIZER,R. MEYER,H. (DUKE UNIV., DURHAM, No C. DOcPT OF PHYSICS) P 187-205.
13. ADSORBED FILMS OF (3)HE-(4)HE MIXTURES A SYSTEMATIC EXPERIMENTAL STUDY, BY
WE8STER,G.D.L. CHESTER,M. WEBSTER,E. OESTEREICH,T. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 207-22.

PHYS. REV. LETT, VOL 45, NO. 11 (SEP 1980)
14. CAN CLASSICAL STATISTICAL MECHANICS DESCRIBE AN INFINITE CRYSTAL. BY GRUBER,C.
MARTIN,P.A. (ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE FEDERAL, LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND. LAB. DE PHYSIQUE
THEORIQUE) P 853-5.
15. OBSERVATICNS OF HOMOGENEOUS PHASE SEPARATION IN LIQUID (3)HE-(4)HE MIXTURiES BY
HOFFER,J.K. CAMPBELL,L.J. BARTLETTR.J. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. MEX.)
P 912-5.
16. Al OI.1. _YD QOOGEN__ N_ I;O INTACT WITH A HELIUM SURFACE BOSE CONDENSATION, ACSORPTI3N
ISOTHERMS, AND STABILITY. BY SILVERA,I.F. GOLDMANV.V. (AMSTERDAM UNIV., NETHERLANDS.
NATUURKUNDIG LAB.) P 915-8.
17. CONVECTION IN DILUTE SOLUTIONS OF (3)HE IN SUPERFLUID (4)HE. BY WARKENTIN,P.A.
HAUCKEH.J. WHEATLEY,J.C. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., SAN DIEGO, LA JOLLA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 918-21.
18. LATTICE CONSTANT AT THE INSULATOR-METAL TRANSITION OF CRYSTALLINE XENON, BY RAYA.K.
TRICKEYS.8. WEIDMAN,R.S. KUNZA.B. (FLORIDA UNIV., GAINESVILLE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 933-5.
19. FRECUeNCY-DEPENDENT CONDUCTIVITY IN NBSE(3) BY GRUENER,G. TIPPIEL.C. SANNY,J. ET
AL (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 935-8.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 12 (SEP 1980)
20. MICROWAVE ENHANCEMENT OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN ALUMINUM TUNNEL JUNTIONS. BY HALLJ.T.
HOLDEMAN,L.B. SOULEN,R.J.,JR. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, 0. C. CENTER
FOR ABSOLUTE PHYSICAL QUANTITIES) P 1011-4.
21. RELAXATION PHENOMENA AND MAGNETIC HYPERFINE FIELDS OF ISOLATED CE IONS IN LIOUIT ANO
SOLID METALS. (77-350 K). BY BARTHH*J. NETZG. NISHIYAMAK. RIESEL,D. (FREIE
UNIT. dERLIN, GERMANY. FACHBEREICH PHYSIK) P 1015-e.
22. OPEN ORBITS IN POTASSIUM. (1.4 K). BY COULTER,P.G. DATARSW.R. (MC1ASTEK UNIV.,
HAMILTON, ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1021-4,
23. COHERENCE AND DISORDER IN ARRAYS OF POINT CONTACTS. BY RABOUTOUA. ROSENBLATT,J.
PEYIAL,P. (INSTl1UT NATIONAL DES SCIENCES APPLIQUEES, RENNES, FRANCE) P 1035-9.
24. SUPERCONDUCTING TUNNELING IN THE AMORPHOUS TRANSITION METALS MO AND NdJ dY KIMHI,D.B.
GEaALLET.H. (STANFORD UNIV., CALIF. DEPT. OF APPLILt PHYSICS) P 1039-42.

PHYS. REV. A VOL 22, NO. 3 (SEP 1980)
?5. DEEXCiTATION CF PYDUERG STATES OF HE tY HE, NE, A<, K% ANj /X.c BY HITACHI,A.
OAVIESC. KING,T.A. ET AL (MANCHESTER UNIV., ENGi.ANO. SCHUSILR LA3. P 856-62.
26. DEEXCITATiON CF HE RYDBERG S AND MANIFOLD STATES 3Y N(2). BY HITAriI,A. KING,T.A.
KUBCTA,S. COKE,T. (MANCF-ESTEk UNIV., ENGLAND. SCHUSTER LAB.) P 863-7.









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PHYS. REV. A VOL 22, NO. 3 (SEP 1980) (CONT.)
27. K- AND L-SHELL VACANCY SHARING BETWEEN LIGHT PROJECTILES AND ARGON TARGETS. BY
REEOK.J. GARCIAJ.*D. FORTNERtR.J. ET AL (MOREHOUSE COLL., ATLANTA, GA. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 903-8.
28. ANGULAR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRONS ELASTICALLY SCATTERED FROM GASES 2-400 EV ON HE. I.
BY SHYNT.W. (MICHIGAN UNIV., ANN ARBOR. SPACE PHYSICS RESEARCH LAB.) P 916-22.
29. ANGULAR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRONS ELASTICALLY SCATTERED FROM GASES 1.5-400 EV ON N(2).
II. BY SHYNT.W. CARIGNANtG.R. (MICHIGAN UNIV., ANN ARBOR. SPACE PHYSICS RESEARCH
LA9.) P 923-9.
30. EXACT EQUATION OF STATE FOR IDEAL RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM GASES, BY KARSC-1,F MILLER,D.E.
(BIELEFELO UNIV.,.GERMANY. ABT. THEORETISCHE PHYSIK) P 1210-9,
31, STRESS RELAXATION WAVES IN FLUIDS. BY WILHELMH.E. HONGS.H. (FLORIDa UNIV.,
GAINESVILLE. DEPT. OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES) P 1266-71.
32. MAGNIFICATION OF SINGULARITIES OF THE THERMODYNAMIC QUANTITIES NEAR CRITICAL POINTS IN
THE PRESENCE OF A CHEMICAL REACTION. BY GITTERMANsM. STEIN8ERGV. (BAR-ILAN UNIV.,
RAMAT-GAN, ISRAEL. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1287-92.
33. COMPATIBILITY OF THE ENSKOG KINETIC THEORY WITH THERMODYNAMICS. I. BY GRMELAM.
GARCIA-COLIN,L.S. (MONTREAL UNIV., QUEBEC. CENTRE DE RECHERCHES NATHEMATICUES)
P 1295-304.
34. COMPATIBILITY OF THE ENSKOG-LIKE KINETIC THEORY WITH THERMODYNAMICS. II. CHEMICALLY
REACTING FLUIDS. BY GRMELA,M. GARCIA-COLINL.S. (MONTREAL UNIV., QUEBEC. CENTRE DE
RECHERCHES MATHEMATIQUES) P 1305-14.

PHYS. REV. B VOL 22, NO. 4 (AUG 1980)
35. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF POINT-CONTACT SPECTROSCOPY IN COPPER. BY VAN GELOERA.P.
JANSENA.G.M. WYDER,P. (NIJMEGEN UNIV., NETHERLANDS. RESEARCH INST. FOR MATERIALS)
P 1515-21.
36. DIFFUSE REFLECTION OF PHONONS AND THE ANOMALOUS KAPITZA RESISTANCE. BY TABOREKP.
GOOOSTEIND.L. (CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH., PASADENA) P 1550-63.
37. ELECTRONIC-STRUCTURE STUDIES OF THE NB (110) SURFACE. BY SMITH,R.J. WILLIAMSG.P.
COLBERT,J. ET AL (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. Yo) P 1584-8.
38. OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF THORIUM IN THE RANGE 0.5-25 EV, BY FAELDT,A. NILSSON,P.O.
(CHALMERS UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY, GOETEBORG, SWECEN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1740-5.
39. BANC TRANSPORT IN QUASI-ONE-DIMENSIONAL CONDUCTORS IN THE PHONON-GATrIiING REGIME AND
APoLICATION TO TETRATHIOFULVALENE-TETRACYANOQUINOODMETHANE BY CONWELLE.M. (XEROX
CORP., WEBSTER, N. Y. WEBSTER RESEARCH CENTER) P 1761-80.
40. LOW-FIELD MAGNETOACOUSTIC DISPERSION IN METALS. BY CHANGS.J. GAVENDAJ.O. (CHEVRON
GEOSCIENCE CO., HOUSTON, TEX.) P 1789-92.
41. THERMODYNAMICS OF RANDOM-EXCHANGE HEISENBERG ANTIFERROMAGNETIC CHAINS. BY BONDESONtS.R.
SOOSZ.G. (PRINCETON UNIV., N. J. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 1793-805.
42. PSEUDOPOTENTIAL STUDY OF ALKALI METALS UNIFIED APPROACH. BY SENO. SARKARqS.K.
(PRESIDENCY COLL., CALCUTTA, INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1856-65.
43. MAGNETIC CIRCULAR DICHROISM OF OFF-CENTERED CU(*e AND ON-CENTERED CU(*) IN ALKALI
HALIDES. BY TSUBOI,T. KYOTOO SANGYO UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1871-4.
44. DECAY KINcTICS OF EXITONS AND THE _EkLTRCN-HOLE PLASMA IN GAP-N. BY STERNHEIMHM.
COH~N,E. (TECHNION-ISRAEL INST. OF TECH., HAIFA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1875-84.
45. ENERGY BAND ASSOCIATED WITH DANGLING BONDS IN SILICON. BY MANTOVANIS. DEL PENNINOU.
VALERIS. (MOOENA UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO DI FISICA) P 1926-32.
46. REFORMATION POTENTIALS OF THE FUNDAMENTAL EXCITON SPECTRUM OF INP, BY CAMASSELJe
MERLE,P. BAYOtL. MATHIEUH. UNIVERSITYE DES SCIENCES ET TECHNIQUES DU LANGUEDOC,
MONTPELLIER, FRANCE. CENTRE 0 ETUDES 0 ELECTRONIQUE DES SOLIDES) P 2020-4.
47. GAAS-CR(3+)(30(3))-AN ORTHORHOMBIC JAHN-TELLER CENTER WITH A STRESS-DEPENDENT
REORIENTATION RATE. BY STAUSS,G.He KREBS,J.J. (NAVAL RESEARCH LAB., WASHINGTCN, D0
C.) P 2050-9.
48. REFLECTION SPECTROSCOPY OF ZRSE(3)-TYPE FAMILY OF LAYER COMPOUNDS IN THE VACUUM
ULTRAVIOLET REGION. BY KHUMALO#F.S. HUGHESH.P. (AMES LAB., IOWA) P 2078-88.

J. APPLe PHYS. VOL 51, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
49. MAXIMUM WINDMILL EFFICIENCY. BY GREETR.J. (NEW HAVEN UNIV., WEST HAVEN, CONN. DEPT.
OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) P 4680-1.
50. ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF TUNGSTEN BETWEEN 4.2 ANG 77 K. BY STATHIS,J.H. 60LEFO,.I.
(MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH., CAMBRIDGE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4770-3.
51. A SOLUTION OF THE WERTHAMER EQUATION FOR SUPERCONDUCTING TUNNELING JUNCTIONS AT
VANISHING TEMPERATURE (T=O). BY ERNES.N, LUEBBIGH. (PHYSIKALISCH-TECHNISCHE
BUNLESANSTALT, BERLIN, GERMANY) P 4927-9.
52. THE PROXIMITY EFFECT IN FLUX PINNING. BY KRAMER,E.J. FREYHARDTtH.C. (CORNELL UNIV.,
ITHACA, N. Y. OEPT. OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING) P 4930-8.
53. MiCROWAVE OSCILLATORS BASED ON THE RESONANT PROPAGATION OF FLUXONS IN LONG JOSEPHSON
JUNCTIONS. BY ERNESeN. PARMENTIER,R.O. (PHYSIKALISCH-TECHNISCHE BUNOESANSTALT,
BERLIN, GLkMANV) P 5025-9.
54. INFLUENCE OF UNIAXIAL PRESSURE ON THE CRITICAL TEMPERATURE FOR LONG DELAYS IN GAAS
JUNCTION LASERS. (77 K). BY MOROSINIM.B.Z. PATEL,N.B. NUNES,F.D. (UNIVERSIDADE
ESTAOUAL 0E CAMFINAS, SAO PAULO, BRAZIL. INST. DE FISICA GLEB WATAGHIN) P 5052-4.









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J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 51, NO. 9 (SEP 1980) (CONT.)
55. BASIC JOSEPH 0N TUNNEL PARAMETERS AT MICRCWAVE FREQUENCY A REASSESSMENT. BY
FELOMANM.J. RUONERSS. CLAESONT. (CHALMERS UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY, GOETEBORG, SWEDEN.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5058-60.

J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 73, NO. 5 (SEP 1980)
56. LOW TEMPERATURE GAS PHASE AND MATRIX STUDIES OF THE C(6)H(3)F(3)(*) AND C(6)H(3)CL(31(+l
RADICAL CATIONS. BY BONDYBEY,V.E. SEARS,T.J. ENGLISHJ.H. MILLERT.A. (BELL LABS.,
MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 2063-8.
57. SOFT-SPHERE MOOEL FOR THE CRYSTAL-LIQUID INTERFACE A MOLECULAR DYNAMICS CALCULATION OF
THE SURFACE STRESS. BY CAPE,J.N. WOODCOCKL.V. (CAMBRIDGE UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY) P 2420-9.
58. PHASE RELATIONS OF ICE UNDER PRESSURE. BY MISHIMA,0. ENOOS. (OSAKA UNIV., TOYONAKA,
JAPAN. HIGH PRESSURE RESEARCH LAB.) P 2454-6.
59. THERMAL DIFFUSION IN THE GAS MIXTURE CH(4)-AR. BY SHAHINF. ABDEL-LATIFB,.T. FARAGtN,
(CAIRO UNIV., EL MANSURA, EGYPT. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 2465-8.
60. MOBILITIES OF NO(Z)(-), NO(3)(-), AND C00(3)(-) IN N(2) OVER THE TEMPERATURE RANGE
217-675 K. BY EISELE,F.L. PERKINS,M.D. MCOANIELE.W. (GEORGIA INST. OF TECH.,
ATLANTA) P 2517-8.

SCIENCE VOL 209, NO. 4464 (SEP 1'80)
61. SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING. (EDITORIAL). BY YOUNG. (INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND
ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS, INC., NEW YORK, N. Y.) P 1475.
62. NSF UNDER CHALLENGE FROM CONGRESS, ENGINEERS. BY WALSH,J. P 1499.
63. SANHILL IS NAMED SYNFUELS CHIEF- BY SUN,M. P 1500.

SCIENCE VOL 210, NO. 4465 (OCT 1980)
64. SOCIAL. ECONOMIC, AND POLITICAL LEADERSHIP. (EDITORIAL). BY HARRISONA.J. (MOUNT
HOLYOKE COLL., SOUTH HADLEY, MASS. CARR LAB.) P 9.
65. WHY GOVERNMENT SHOULD NOT FUND SCIENCE. BY WADEN. P 33.

PHYS. LETT. A VOL 78, NO. 4 (AUG 1980)
66. LIGHT SCATTERING IN A FLUID FAR FROM EQUILIBRIUM. BY KIRKPATRICKT.R. COHEN,E.G.O.
(ROCKEFELLER UNIV., NEW YORK, N. Y.) P 350-3.
67. MEASUREMENT OF THE LANDAU VELOCITY IN HE II. BY ELLIST. JEWELL,C.I.
MCCLINTOCK.P.V.E. (LANCASTER UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 358-60.
68. WETTING OF POSITIVE IONS IN LIQUID HELIUM MIXTURES. BY CHALUPAJ. (NORTHEASTERN UNIV.,
BOSTON, MASS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 361-2.
69. SUPERFLOW IN (3)HE-B IN THE PRESENCE OF A MAGNETIC FIELD AT ALL TEMPERATURES. BY
JANKEN. KLEINERTtH. (FREIE UNIV., BERLIN, GERMANY. INST. FUER THDORETISCHE PHYSIK)
P 363-7I.
70. FLICKER NOISE OF HOT ELECTRONS IN SILICON AT T = 78 K. BY BOSMAN,t. ZIJLSTRA,R.J.J.
VAN RHEENENA. (UTRECHT RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT, NETHERLANOS. FYSISCH LAB.) P 385-6.
71. STABILITY OF NONEQUILIBRIUM STATES OF SUPERCONDUCTORS WITH RESPECT T0 FINITE
FLUCTUATIONS. BY ARDNOV.A.G. SPIVAKB.Z. LENINGRADD NUCLEAR PHYSICS INST., GATCHINA,
USSR) P 391-4.
72. ON THE CRITICAL SLOWING DOWN IN SUPERCONOLCTORS. BY UZUNOV,D.I. (BULGARIAN ACADEMY OF
SCIEhCES, SOFIA. INST. OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 395-7.
73. SPECIFIC HEAT OF (C,6)jH(11NH(3))CUCL(3)(CHAC. A SYSTEM OF FERRONAGNETIC CHAINS. dY
SCHOUTENJ.C. VAN DER GEEST,G.J. DE JONGE,W.J.H. KOPINGAK. (TECHIISCHE HOGESCHOOL,
EINDHOVEN, NETHERLANDS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 398-400.
74. GENERALIZED LANOAUER FORMULA. BY AZBEL,M.YA. (TEL-AVIV UNIV., ISRAEL. DEFT. OF
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 410-2.
75. SPATIAL VARIATIONS OF THE ORDER PARAMETER AROUND A KONDO IMPURITY FOR T LESS THAN T(C).
BY YOKSANtS. (INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS, TRIESTE, ITALY) P 416-8.

PHYS. LETT. A VOL 78, NO. 5,6 (SEF 1980)
76. THEORETICAL CALCULATIONS OF THE MELTING POINTS OF H(2)t 0(2)t AND (4)HE AT ROOM
TEMPERATURE. BY ROSS,N. YOUNGt,.A. (CALIFORNIA UNIV.. LIVERMORE. LAWRENCE LIVERMORE
LAB.) P 463-4.
77. TIME EVOLUTION OF A NEW SUPERCONDUCTING STATE IN LONG FERROMAGNETIC SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY
OHARiAUURAIG. (BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE, BOMBAY, INDIA. NUCLEAR PHYSICS DIV.)
P 481-4.

CAN. J. PHYS. VOL 58, NU. 8 (AUG 1980)
78. THEORY OF NUCLEAR SPIN CONVERSION IN THE BETA PHASE OF SOLID CH(4). aY NIJMANA.J.
BERLINSKY,A.J. (PHILIPS RESEARCH LABS., EINCHOVEN, NETHERLANDS) P 1049-69.
79. EXPERIMENTAL UNIAXIAL STRESS AND STRAIN DERIVATIVES OF THE FERMI SURFACE OF RHENIUM. BY
FAWCETT,E. HOLROYDF.W. PERZtJ.M. (TORCNTO UNIV., ONTARIC. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 1191-9.









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SOLID STATE DEVICES, PROC. INTERNATIONAL CONF., 11TH (TOKYO, JAPAN, 1979). JPN. J. APPL.
PHYS. VOL 19t SUPPL. 1 (1980)
80. EXPERIMENTAL INTEGRATED MICROWAVE CIRCUITS WITH JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS. BY WIIKT.
RONKAINEN,H. STUBB,T. (TECHNICAL RESEARCH CENTER OF FINLAND, ESPOO. SEMICONDUCTOR
LAB.) P 587-90.
81. FABRICATION OF HIGH QUALITY NBN/PB JOSEPHSON JUNCTION. BY SHINOKI,F. TAKADAS.
KOSAKAS. HAYAKAWAH. (ELECTROTECHNICAL LAB., TANASHI, TOKYO, JAPAN) P 591-4.
82. FABRICATION OF DC-SQUIOS AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS FOR DIGITAL APPLICATIONS. BY
HASUOS. SUZUKIH. OAZAIK. (FUJITSU LABS., LTD., KAWASAKI, KANAGAdA, JAPAN)
P 595-600.
83. FABRICATION OF JOSEFHSON WEAK LINKS USING ELECTRON BEAM LITHOGRAPHY AND ION-ETCHING, AND
PROPOSAL OF A NEW SINGLE FLUX QUANTUM LOGIC. BY TAMURAH. OKABEf. SUGANO,T. (TOKYO
UNIV., JAPAN. OEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 601-6.
84. CURRENT INJECTION LOGIC GATE WITH FOUR JOSEPHSON JUNCTIONS. BY TAKAOAsS. KOSAKAS.
HAYAKAWAH. (ELECTROTECHNICAL LAB., TANASHI, TOKYO, JAPAN) P 607-14.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 31, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)--(TRANSL. OF PISMA ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 31, NO. 1, JAN 1980)
85. INVESTIGATION OF SINGLE-ATOM SCATTERING OF NEUTRONS AND OF THE BRANCH OF THE TnC-ROTON
BOUND STATE IN HE II. BY BLAGOVESHCHENSKIIN.N. DOKUKINE.8. KOZLOd#ZH.A.
PARFENO ,V.A. P 4-7.
86. ANOMALOUS BEHAVIOR OF THE PROFILE OF THE NU(1) BAND OF CH(4) AS A RESULT OF VARYING THE
GAS DENSITY. BY ORLOVA,N.D. PLATONOVA.L.A. LENINGRADD STATE UNIV., USSR. INST. OF
PHYSICS) P 8-11.
87. ANTIFERROMAGNETIC ORDERING OF HOLES IN OOPED SILICON. BY ALTUKHOVP.De ELTSOVK.N.
POGACHEVA.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, LENINGRAD. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INSTe)
P 27-31.
88. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE VISCOSITY OF LIQUID HELIUM BELOW I K. BY ESELSON,B.N.
NOSOVITSKAYA,O.S. POGORELOV,L.A. SOBOLEVV.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES DF THE UKRAINIAN
SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 31-4.
d9. SURFACE MOBILITY OF CARRIERS IN INDIUM ANTIMONIDE. BY VLASENKO,E.V. SURISR.A.
FILACHEV,A.M. FUKS,,.K. P 44-7.
90. RESISTANCE DOMAIN IN TYPE II SUPERCONDUCTORS, BY GUREVICHtA.VL. MINTS,R.G. (ACADEMY
OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF HIGH TEMPERATURES) P 48-51.

JETF LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 31, NO. 2 (JAN 1980)--(TRANSL. OF PISNA ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 31, NO. 2, JAN 1980)
91. SPIN GLASS-TYPE MAGNETIC ORDER IN A SEMICONDUCTING THIOSPINELLIDE GA(0.67)CR(2)S(4). BY
BELCW,K.P. KOROLEVA,L.I. TSVETKOVA,N.A. ET AL (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR) P 87-90.
92. CONJUCTIVITY PEAK jIN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF THE PEIERLS TRANSITION. BY EFETOVK.B.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 108-11.

UKR. FIZ. ZH. (RUSS. ED.) VOL 25, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
33. THE ELECTRIC FIELD EFFECT ON THE RECOMBINATION PROCESSES IN CDS-CU SINGLE CRYSTALS. BY
SHMILEVIl;HA.M. SERDYUK,V.U. CHEMERESYUK,G.G. (OCESSA STATE UNId., UKRAINIAN SSR)
P 1078-81.
94. NQR STUDY OF LATTICE DYNAMICS IN PARADICHLOROBENZENE. BY BAISA,D.F. BARABASHA.I.
VERTEGELI.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. DF PHYSICS)
P 1103-7.
95. VIBONIC STATES AND QUASI-LINEAR SPECTRA OF MOLECULES WITH END PHENYL RINGS. II
COMPARISON WITH EXPE9IHENT. BY MIKHAILENKOV.I. MELNIK,V.I. NELIPOVISH,K.I.
GPOSULV.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF PHYSICS)
P 1156-61.
36. INFLUtNGE OF MULTIPLY REPCATEO COOLING-HEATING _CYCLE AND PRELIMINARY PLASTIC
DEFCRMATION ON SHAPE _MEMORY EFFECT AND MANTENSITE TRANSFORMATIOh IN CU-ZN ALLOYS. BY
KGVALYU.N. MUSIENKOP.YfA. KHANCROS,L.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR,
KIEV. INST. OF METAL PHYSICS) P 1176-80.
97. TEMFERATURE DEPENDENCE OF AN ANGLE BETWEEN OPTIC AXES OF AMMONIUM SEI;NETIE SALT
CRYSTALS. BY GABA,V.M. KOSTETSKIIA.M. ROMANYUK,N.A. (LVOV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN
SSR) P 1208-9.
98. PROPERTIES OF EXCITON-POLARITON LUMINESCENCE AND RESONANCE RAMAN SCATTERING BY ZNSE
CRYSTALS UNDER RESONANCE AND BAND-BAND EXCITATION, BY BRODIN,M.S. KOSOBUTSKIItP.S.
MATSKO,M.G. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF PHYSICS)
P 1220-2.

FIZ. MET. METALLOVED. VOL 50, NO. 1 (JUL 1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
9a. ELASTIC PARAMETERS OF V(3)SI(1-X)GE(X) SOLID SOLUTIONS AT TEMPERATURES 4.2-300 K. BY
KUZNETSOVYU.S. SHTOs.Z,A.K. GELDP.V. (KIROV POLYTECHNIC INST., SVEROLOVSK, USSR)
P 207-15.









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4-8, 1978), PT. III. RADIAT. EFF. VOL 49, NO. 1-3 (1980)
100. ION IMPLANTATION IN SUPERCONDUCTING NIOBIUM ANO NB(3)SN THIN FILMS ADJUSTMENT OF
JOSEPHSON MICROuRIDiES AND SQUID. BY ROBICJ.Y. PIAGUET,J. DURETD,. ET AL
(COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE, GRENOBLE, FRANCE. CENTRE 0 ETUDES vUGLEAIRES)
P 191.

INORG. MATER. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 15, NO. 12 (DEC 1979)--(TRANSL. OF IZV. AKAD. NAUK
SSSR NEORG. MATER. VOL 15, NO. 12, DEC 1979)
101. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF PHASES IN THE SYSTEM VANADIUM-NITROGEN. BY D0MASrHNEV,I.A.
TROITSKIIV.N. REZCHIKOVAtT.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, CHERNOGOLOVKA. INST.
OF NEW CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY) P 1691-3.

J. APPL. CRYSTALLOGR. VOL 13, PT. 4 (AUG 1980)
102. COOLING TO 10 K ON A FOUR-CIRCLE DIFFRACTOMETER BY MEANS OF A DOUBLE-STAGE
CRYOFEFRIGFRATOR: BY FILHOLA. REYNAL,J.-M. SAVARIAULT,J.-M. ET AL (INSTITUTE MAX
VON LAUE-PAUL LANGEVIN, GRENOBLE, FRANCE) P 343-5.

J. NTHEM. ANAL. VOL 18, NO. 1 (FEB 1980)
103. ANALYSIS OF THE LATTICE THERMAL CONCUCTIVITIES OF MG(2)SI AND MG(2)SN IN THE TEMPERATURE
RANGE 2-1000 K IN THE FRA E OF THE 2-MODE CONDUCTION OF PHONONS. 3Y DUBEY,K.S. (BASRAH
UNIV., IRAQ. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 35-56.

J. CHEM. THERMOCYN. VOL 12, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
104. ENTHALPIES OF VAPORIZATION AND COHESIVE ENERGIES FOR A GROUP OF CHLORINATED
HYDROCARBONS. BY MAJERV. SVAB,L. SVOBODAV. (INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY,
PRAGUE, CZECHOSLOVAKIA. OEPT. OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY) P 843-7.
105. DETERMINATION OF THE EXCESS VOLUMES OF (CYCLOHEXANE + BENZENE) BETWEEN 293.15 AND 303.15
K BY USE OF A VIBRATING DENSIMETER. BY TAKENAKA,M. TANAKA,R. MURAKAMI,S. (OSAKA CITY
UNIV., JAPAN. CEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 849-55,
106. THE CORRELATION AND 'STIMATION OF VAPOUR PRESSUReS. III. REFERENCE VALUES FOR
LOW-PRESSURE ESTIMATIONS. BY AMBROSE,0. DAVIESR.H. (NATIONAL PHYSICAL LAB.,
TEDGINGTON, ENGLAND. DIV. OF CHEMICAL STANDARDS) P 671-9.
107. HEAT CAPACITIES OF LIQUIDS AT TEMPERATURES BETWEEN E 0 AND 3Q0 K AN) AT ATMOSPHERIC
PRESSURE. I. METHOD AND APPARATUS, AND THE HEAT CAPACITIES OF N-HEPTANE, N-HEXANE, AND
N-PROPANOL, BY KAl.NOWSKA9B. JEDLINSKA,J. WOYCICKI,W. STECKI,J. (POLISH ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES, WARSAW. INST. OF P-YSICAL CHEMISTRY) P 891-6.
108. EXCESS ENTHALPIES, EXCESS VOLUMES, AND EXCESS GIBBS FREE -NERGIES FOP (N-HEXANE +
h-'JNDOiANE) AT 26. 15 AND 308.15 K. oY MARSHK.N. GTT,J.B. RICHARDS,A.E. (UNIVERSITY
CF NEW ENGLAND, ARMIGALE, AUSTRALIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICAL AND INORGANIC CHEMISTRY)
P 897-902.

J. PHIS. CHEM. VOL 84, NO. 17 (AUG 1980)
109. BINARY SYSTEMS OF TRICHLCROLTHYLENE WITH E;AZENE, TOLUENE, P-XYLENE, CARBON
TETrACHLORIOE, AND ChLOkCFGFM. ULTPASONIC VELOCITIFS A;Nub OIABATIC 3:01P.ESSIBi-6ITIS 4T
303.15 AND 313.1E K, AN5 DIELECTFIC OcOFEFTIES AND -EFRACTIZJE INDOES AT 303.15 K. BY
NATHJ. JU8EY,S.N. (';OnAKHFUP UNIV., I4GIA, DEPT. OF CHEPISTsY) P 2loo-70.

CHEM. PHYS. VOL 49, NO. 3 (JUL 1980)
110. TZ.iPERATUR:f LFPrNDLNCE CF THE EXCITuN-PHONO4 COUPLING IN TrH STRONj COUPLE N.; .iM.T -
mcSULTS FOR SOLIC ;LTROGEN, BY GUERT~SR,F. KOCH,E.E. (HAMBL G UNIV., GERMANY. INST.
FUER EXPERIMENTELLE PHYSIK) P 305-10.


SECTION II. CRYOGENIC NrGINEERING

CkYJGENICS VCL 20, NO. 6 (AUG 1980)
111. INTERNALLY CCOFLEC CAB.EO "uPEr-CONCUCTORS. PAK.T II. BY HOENIG,M.O. P 427-34.
112. STOPPING D~)WER APPLIED TO A SOLID SUPERLEAK, BY GOLOSCHARTZ,J.M. STEMAN,J.H.M.
(CLAVECIMt3LLAAN, RIJSWiJK, NETHERLANDS) P 435-6.
113. DIELECTRIC LC3S OF SUPE.-C ITICAL HELIUM. BY ISHII,I. NOGUCHI,T. (EL ETROTECHNICAL
LAP., I6AiAKI, JAPFM) P 437-40.
114. EFFECT OF ..Or) TEMHFP ArTU, FCR, UUERPtONDUCTING MAGNETS, BY TAKAMU'A,S. KATO,T. (J-PAN ATGOMI ENLtRY PLDSatCH
INST., IPAPAKI) F 441-4.
115. THEGMAL CONUUCTIVITY OF SEVERAL ExFOLiATEC GkAPHITES FeOM 2 K TO 300 K. BY UhnR,C.
(MICHIGAN UNIV., ANN ARBORf. EFT. OF PHYSICS) P 445-7.
116. A IETMOO FuP THL FR:PARATI)N OF hi(3) SINGLE CRYSTAL AT ULTRALOQ TEM ERATURES. BY
IKU3HlMA.,. (TOKYO UNIV., JAFAN. INST. FOR SOLiD STATt PHSICS) .40-50.
117. ANTI5YMMETY CF THE LGGA.RITHM OF THt COMP SSIBILITY FACTOR Z (GMO) 3 KEjAL GAS- BY
Rq: 3AICM. ZEK3,6. (LJUBLJANA UNIV., YuGOSLAVIA. J. 3TrFAN INST.I P 451-4.
11i6 A LIQUID mYU-OG-;N-JEIJTEPIUM TAKuET. BY AGAdAEYAN,K.SH. MINAR.T. MEL;KYANS.A.
TATOVYNV.:. (EREVAN STATE UNIv., ULSR. INST. OF PHYSICS ) P 455-6.








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CRYOGENICS VCL 20, NO. 6 (AUG 1960) (CONT.)
119. ISOCHORIC MAGNET SYSTEM TESTS. BY ATHERTCN0,.L. SNOW,J.W. (QUEENS UNIV., KINGSTON,
ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 457-61.
120. FILM FLOW EFFECTS I1 LIQUID NATURAL GAS. BY MORTCN,I.P. SAN ROMAN,.O (SOUTHAMFTON
UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 463-6.
121. A 4 K TO 20 K ROTATIONAL-COOLING MAGNETIC REFRIGERATOR CAPABLE OF 1 Ms TO GREATER THAN 1
W OPERATION. BY BARCLAY,J.A. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. HEX.) 467-71.
122. COUPLED HEAT COOUCTORS. BY SCHAUERF. (ANSTALT FUER TIEFTEMPERATURFORSCHUNG, GRAZ,
AUSTRIA) P 472-80.
123. PRECISION LIQUID NITROGEN LEVEL REGULATOR WITH INEXPENSIVE LED TEMPERATURE SENSORS. BY
OLSENtL. GORDONRe.A. (TECHNICAL UNIV. OF DENMARK, LYNGBY. PHYSICS LAB. I) P 481-2.
124. LOCALIZATION OF SMALL LEAKS ON THE HELIUM VESSEL OF A CRYOSTAT. BY LEBRUNP. ROHNIG,P.
(EUROPEAN ORGANIZATION FOR NUCLEAR RESEARCH, GENEVA, SWITZERLAND. ISR OIV.) P 482-3.
125. THE POLARITY EFFECT OF DIELECTRIC BREAKDOWN IN LIQUID NITROGEN AND ITS DEPENDENCE ON
PULSE WIDTH. BY YOSHINOK. TAKAHASHI,R. SHIRAISHIM. ET AL (OSAKA UNIV., JAPAN.
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING) P 483-5.
126. CRYOGENIC ROTATING MACHINES WIN THE PRIZE. (H. SIXSMITH, OXFORD). P 486.

CRYOG. ENG. (TOKYO) VOL 15, NO. 4 (1980) (IN JAPANESE)
127. OSCILLATORY PHENOMENA IN VERY LOW TEMPERATURE COOLING MEDIA PART 1. BY TCMIYAMA,S.
TAMADA,N. (ELECTROTECHNIGAL LAB., IBAR4KI, JAPAN. ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DIV.) P 215-25.
128. STUDY ON SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNETS COOLED BY SUPERFLUID HELIUM PART 1, BY KOBAYASHI,H.
YASUKOCHI,K. (NIHON UNIV., TOKYO, JAPAN. INST. OF ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH) P 226-32.
129. THEORETICAL STUDIES ON THE BENDING TEST OF THE NB(3)SN SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY KAIHOK.
LUHMANtT.S. WELCH,C.O. SUENAGAvM. (ELECTROTECHNICAL LAB., IBARAKI, JAPAN) P 233-44.
130. WH E GIFFORO. (OBITUARY). P 245-7.

INT. J. REFRIG. VOL 3, NO. 4 (JUL 1980)
131. FREEZE-THAW INJURY IN LIVING CELLS. BY FARRANTJ. (CLINICAL RESEARCH CENTRE, HARROW,
ENGLAND) P 191-5.
132. MECHANISMS OF DEHYDRATION INJURY IN BACTERIA. BY ASHWOOD-SMITHtM.J. (VICTORIA UNIV.,
BRITISH COLUMBIA. DEPT. OF BIOLOGY) P 205-12.

CHEM. ENG. J. (LAUSANNE) VOL 20, NO. 2 (OCT 1980)
133. MASS TRANSFER BETWEEN A FLOWING LIQUID AND A WALL OR AN IMMERSED SURFACE IN FIXED AND
FLUIDIZED bEDS. BY STOGCK,A. COEURET,F. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA ZEChERCHE
SCIENTIFIQUE, NANCY, FRANCE. LAB. DES SCIENCES OU GENIE CHIMIQUE) P 149-56.

HYDROCARBON PROCESS. VOL 59, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
134. COMPARE CODES FOR RELIEF VALVE CALCULATIONS, BY COPIGNEAUXP. (SPEICHIM, BONDY,
FRANCE) P 69-77.
135. HYDROGEN FOR FUTURE REFINING. BY CORNEILH.G. HEINZELMANNF.J. (EXXON RESEARCH AND
ENGINEERING CO., LINDEN, N. J.) P 85-90.
136. CONSIDER NITROGEN REJECTION DESIGN. BY HARRISR.A. (RANDALL CORP., HOUSTON, TEX.)
P 111-4.
137. DATA BANK FOR SYNTHETIC FUELS. PART 2. PROPERTIES CONSTANTS FOR 161 ONE- AND TWO-RING
COAL CHEMICALS. BY LINC.T. YOUNG,F.K. BKULEM.R. ET AL (OKLAHOMA UNIV., NORMAN)
P 117-23.
138. SEEK INTRINSICALLY SAFE PLANTS. BY KLETZ,T.A. (IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES, LTD.,
MIOLLESBROUGH, ENGLAND. PETROCHEMICALS DIV.) P 137+139+142+144+146+151.

CHEM. ENG. (N.Y.) VOL 87, NO. 18 (SEP 1980)
139. CPI POOL RESOURCES FOR BETTER DATA BAES. BY BASTAN. P 49+51.

CHEM. ENG. (N.Y.) VOL 8?, NO. 19 (SEP 1980)
140. WILL NON-U.S. COMPANIES DOMINATE THE STILL-INFANT U.S. SYNTHETIC-FUELS INDUSTRY. (A
BRIEF REPORT). P 36.
141. NEW WELDING TECHNIQUE FOR STRUCTURAL STEEL. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 51.
142. MOVE TO INCREASE SUPPORT RAISES HOPES FOR FUSION. BY KOHNtPM. P 83+85.
143. PREDICT THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES CF PURE GASES AND BINARY MIXTURES. PART 9. BY
WEBER,J.H. (NEBRASKA UNIV., LINCCLN) P 155-8.
144. USE LIQUEFIED GASES FOR REFRIGERATION, BY WhITTLESEY,G. SOMMERFELD,J.T. (GEORGIA
INST. OF TECH., ATLANTA. SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 180.

CHEM. PROCESS. VOL 43, NO. 10 (SEP 1980)
145. COMPRESSED GAS ASSOCIATION STANDARDS AVAILABLE ON MICROFILM. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 14.

J. SPACECR. ROCKETS VOL 17, NO. 4 (JUL-AUG 1980)
146. TECHNOLOGY STATUS OF A FLUORINE-HYDRAZINE PROPULSION SYSTEM FOR PLANETARY SPACECRAFT.
BY BONDO,.L. (CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH., PASADENA. JET PROPULSION LAB.) P 342-7.









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PROFELLANTS EXPLOS. VOL 5, NO. 4 (AUG 1980)
147. THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE IN THE RANGE FROM 77 K TO 336 K ON THE DETONATION VELOCITY
OF ROX/TNT 60/40. BY HOLLENBERGK. (DUESSELOORF UNIV., GERMANY. PHYSIKALISCHES INST.)
P 117-8.

MICROWAVES VOL 19, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
148. SUPERCONDUCTING MICROSTRIP, SBAHS, AND PLLS OCCUPY CENTER STAGE. BY MOSKOWITZS.
P 13-6,

REV. SCI. INSTRUN. VOL 51, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
149. LIQUID NITROGEN COOLED LASER ROD OLDER DESIGN. BY GETTEMY,0. BARNES,N.P. GRIGGSE.
(LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. MEX.) P 1194-7.
150. LOW TEMPERATURE THEOMAL CONDUCTIVITY MEASUREMENTS UNDER UNIAXIAL COMPRESSION. BY
ADOLF,A. (CEA CENTRE 0 ETUDES NUCLEAIRES DE SACLAY, GIF-SUR-YVETTE, FRANCE. LAB. OE
PHYSIQUE OES MATERIAUX) P 1217-9.
151. SIMPLE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY CELL USING A MINIATURE THIN FILM PRINTED CIRCUIT FOR
ANALYSIS OF BINARY GAS MIXTURES. BY DEVORET,M. SULLIVAN,N.S. ESTEVE,D. OESCHAMPS,P.
(CEA CENTRE C ETUDES NUCLEAIRES DE SACLAY, GIF-SUR-YVETTE, FRANCE. SERVICE DE PHYSIQUE
DU SOLIOE, ET OE RESONANCE MAGNETIQUE) P 1220-4.
152. FAST PREAMPLIFIER FOR LOW BACKGROUND INFRAREC DET-CTOFS. BY MCDONALD,J.D. (ILLINOIS
UNIV., URdANA. SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL SCIENCES) P 1270-1.
153. HIGH INPUT IMPECANCE wIDEBAND RF PREAMPLIFIER FOR SQUIDS. BY PANG.C.S. FALCOC,.M.
SCHULLER,I.K. (ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB., ILL. SOLID STATE SCIENCE DIV.) P 1272-3.

J. FHYS. E VCL 13, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
134. DESIGN OF A FARADAY MAGNETOMETER IN BITTER COILS, BY FELTEN,G. SCHWINKG. (TECHNISCHE
UNIV., BRAUNSCHWEIG, GERMANY. iNST. A FUER PHYSIK UNO HOCHMAGNETFELCANLAGE) P 487-8.

J. PHYS. E VOL 13, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
155. AN APPARATUS FOR OBSERVING MAGNETIC DOMAINS AT LOW TEMPERATURES AND IN LARGE APPLIED
FIELDS. BY SMITHR.L. CORNERW.C. TURNERtB.K. (DURHAM UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 620-2.

J. PHYS. E VOL 13, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
156. SQUIDS ANO THEIR APPLICATIONS IN THE MEASUREMENT OF WEAK MAGNETIC FIELDSt BY
SWITH.NBY,S.J. (OPEN UNIV., MILTON KEYNES, ENGLAND) P 801-13.
157. A HIGH-PRESSURE CELL FOR EXPERIMENTS ON GAS MIXTURES AT LOW TEMPEFATURES. BY BERMAN,R.
CHAVESF.A.B. HATTONJ. MCILROY,P.W.A. (OXFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. CLARENDON LAB.)
P 871-2.

CERh (EUR. ORGAN. NUCL. RES.) COURIER VOL 20, NO. 6 (SEP 1980)
158. PREPARING FOR 1000 GEV PHYSICS AT FERMILAB. P 249-50.
159. HELIUM TRANSFER LINE TESTED, P 250-1.
160. CERN SUCCESSFUL TSTS OF ARGON CHAMBER. P 251-2.

CONTROL ENG. VOL 27, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
161. SUPERCONOUCTIVE TECHNIQUE MEASURES PICOSECOND SIGNALS. P 22+24.

METALL. TRANS. A VOL 11, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
162. THE DEFORMATION OF COMMERCIAL ALUMINUM-MAGNESIUM ALLOYS. BY LLOYD,D.J. (ALUMINUM CO.
OF CANADA, KINGSTON, ONTARIO) P 1287-94.
163. THE EFFECT OF HEAT TREATMENT ON MICROSTRUCTURE AND CRYOGENIC FRACTURE PROPERTIES IN 5NI
AND 9NI STEEL. BY STRIFE,J.R. PASSOJA,D.E. (UNITED TECHNOLOGIES RESEARCH CENTER, EAST
HARTFORD, CONN.) P 1341-50.

Z. METALLKO. VOL 71, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
164. SOME CONSIDERATIONS ON THE EFFECT OF MECHANICAL AND THERMAL TREATMENTS ON THE
SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES OF NIOBIUM-TITANIUM ALLOYS. BY RONDELLIG. OLZI.E.
GHERARDI.F. (CCNSIGLIO NAZIONALE DELLE RICERCHE, CINISELLO, ITALY. TECNOLOGIA MAT.
MET. TRADIZ LAB.) 0 461-4.

STRENGTH MATER. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 11, NO. 12 (DEC 1979)--(TRANSL. OF PROBL. PROCHN.
VOL 11, NO. 12, DEC 1979)
165. SCIENTIFIC-TECHNICAL CONFERENCE PRESENT CONCEPTS OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS.
THE STATE OF THE ART AND DEVELOPMENT TRKNCS OF METHODS OF MECHANICAL TESTING- BY
KOCHEROVETS,R.R. TSVILYUK,I.S. P 1460-4.

J. ENG. MATER. TECHNOL. VOL 102. NO. 2 (JUL 1980)
166. FRACTURE MECHANICS ASPECTS OF THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY TECHNOLOGY 3F SPHERICAL ALUMINUM
CONTAINMENT VESSELS FOR LNG TANKERS. BY KAUFMAN,J.Go BUCCIR.J. KELSEYR.A.
(ALUMINUM CO. OF AMERICA, PITTSBURGH, PA.) P 303.









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J. THERM. INSUL. VOL 4 (JUL 1980)
167. ANALYTICAL MODELS FOR THERMAL RADIATION IN FIBROUS INSULATICNS. BY TONGT.W. TIENC.L.
(CALIFORNIA UNIV., BERKELEY. DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) P 27-4C.
168. INSULATION SYSTEMS FOR LIQUID HYDROGEN FUELED AIRCRAFT. BY CUNNINGTON,G.R.,JR.
(LOCKHEED MISSILES AND SPACE CO., PALO ALTO, CALIF. RESEARCH LAB.) P 61-79.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 997, NO. 3 (AUG 1980)
169. CFYOGENIC PROCESS FOR SEPARATING SYNTHESIS GAS. BY SHENOY,T.A. (UNION CARBIDE CORP.,
NEW YORK, N. Y.) PATENT NO. 4,217,759.
170. FLOATING GAS LIQUEFACTION INSTALLATION. BY MEYER-HAAKEG.D. (MARINE SERVICE G.n.B.H.,
HAMBURG, GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,217,848.
171. SEPARATION OF ETHtYENE-CONTAINING HYDROCArBON MIXTURES BY LOW TEMPERATURE RECTIFICATION.
BY SCHUST'r,R. (LINDE A.G., WEISBADEN, GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,218,229.
172. SUPERCONDUCTIVE MAGNET DEVICE. BY TADA,N. AIHARAtK. (HITACHI, LTD., TOKYO, JAPAN)
PATENT NO. 4,218,661.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 397, NO. 4 (AUG 1980)
173. LOW COST CRYOSTAT. BY STEPHENSJ.B. PATENT NO. 4,218,892.
174. CRYOGENIC PIPELINE SYSTEM. BY HANLEY,B.C. (FOUNDATION CRYOGENIC JOINT VENTURE,
TORCNTO, ONTARIO) PATENT NO* 4,219,224.
175. METHOD FOR COATING CRYOPUMPING APPARATUS. BY LONGSWORTH,R.C. (AIR PRODUCTS AND
CHEMICALS, INC., ALLENTOWN, PA.) PATENT NO. 4,219,588.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 998, NO. 1 (SEP 1980)
176. APPARATUS FOP FREEZING A SLUG OF LIQUID IN A SECTION OF A LARGE DIAMETER FLUID
TRANSMISSION LINE. BY 8RISTER,B.D. PATENT NO. 4,220,012.
177. INSULATED TANKS FOR LIQUEFIED GASES. BY TONNESSENA. (MOSS ROSENBERG VERFT A.S.,
NORWAY) PATENT NO. 4,220,255.
178. CRYOSOLENOID VALVE. BY PAULIUKONIS,R.S. PATENT NO. 4,220,312.
179. METHCC FOk SEPARATING ISOTOPES IN THE LIQUID PHASE AT CRYOGENIC TEHPERATUkE. BY
BRUECK,S.R.J. OSGOOD,R.M.,JR~ (MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH*, CAMBRIDGE) PATENT NO.
4,220,510.
180. JOSEPHSON TUNNEL JUNCTION WITH POLYCRYSTALLINE SILICON, GERMANIUM OR SILICON-GERMANIUM
ALLOY TUNNELING BARRIER. BY KROGER,H. (SPERRY CORP., NEW YORK, N. Y.) PATENT NO.
4,220,959.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 998, NO. 2 (SEP 1980)
181. SUPERCONDUCTIVE MAGNETIC SHIELD AND METHOD OF MAKING SAME. BY OPFER,J.E. PIERCE,J.M.
VALBYL.E. DEVELOPO, INC., MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF.) PATENT NO. 4,221,834.
182. INDUCTIVE TRANSFORMER-TYPE STORAGE DEVICE. BY ABRAMIANE.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF HIGH TEMPERATURES) PATENT NO. 4,222,004.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 998, NO. 3 (SEP 1980)
183. CRYOPULVERIZING PACKED BED CONTROL SYSTEM, BY DAVIS,P.B. (UNION CARBIDE CORP., NEW
YORK, N. Y.) PATENT NO. 4,222,527.
1S4. TONNAGE NITROGEN GENERATOR. BY THOROGOCDR.M. (AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS, INC.,
ALLENTOWN, PA.) PATENT NO. 4,222,756.
185. MULTIPHASIC PUMP FOR ROTATING CRYOGENIC MACHINERY. BY ECKELS,P.W. (ELECTRIC POWER
RESEARCH INST,, INC., PALC ALTO, CALIF.) PATENT NO. 4,223,239.


SECTION III. ENERGY ANO MISCELLANEOUS

AM. GAS ASSOC. MON. VOL 62, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
186. ENTERING THE SYNTHETIC FUELS AGE CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON GREAT PLAINS COAL GASIF:CATION
LANT. P 5-7.
187. INGRAI" AND LAWRENCE SPEAK ON SYNTHETIC FUELS AND REGULATORY CHALLENGES, P 13.
188. NORTH OF THE BORDER A LCOK AT THE CANADIAN NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY. P 14-5.

INT. J. HYOKCGEN ENERGY VOL 5, NO. 4 (1980)
169. HYDROGEN ENERGY A PROPHESY COME TRUi BY SASTRI,M.V.C. (INDIAN INST. OF TECH.,
MADRAS. HYDFGEN ENERGY PROJECTS) P 365-7.
190. COMBUSTION CHARACTERISTICS OF HYDROGEN. bY FRANCE,O.H. (SCIENCE APPLICATIONS, INC.,
CANOGA PARK, CALIF.) P 369-74.
191. NOTE ON THE CONDENSATION OF THE VAPOR PHASE ABOVE A MELT OF IRON OXIDE iN A SOLAR
PARABOLIC CONCENTRATOR. BY TOFIGHI,A. SIBIEUDE,F. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE
SCIENTIFIQUE, FONT-ROMEU, FRANCE. LAB. DES ULTRA-REFPACTAIRES) P 375-81.
192. HYDROGEN PkOCUCTION FROM NUCLEAR FISSION PRODUCT WASTE HEAT AND USE IN GAS TURBINES. BY
NELSON,M.E. KEATING,E.L. GOVAN,C.R. ET AL (NAVAL ACADEMY, ANNAPOLIS, MO.) P 383-99.
193. ELECT>.OLES FOR GENERATION OF HYDROGEN AND OXYGEN FROM SEAWATER. BY BENNETT,J.E.
(DIAMOND SHAMROCK CORP., PAINESVILLE, OHICI P 401-8.
134. HEAVY WATER AS A VALUABLE BY-PRODUCT OF ELECTROLYTIC HYDROGEN. BY HA1MERLI,M. (ATOMIC
ENERGY OF LANADA, LTO., CHALK RIVER, ONTARIO. CHALK RIVER NUCLEAR LABS.) P 409-22.







CURRENT AWARENESS LIST NO. 713 PAGE 9


INT. J. HYDROGEN ENERGY VOL 5, NO. 4 (1980) (CONT.)
195. A SYSTEM CONSICERATION OF ALTERNATIVE HYDROGEN STORAGE FACILITIES FOR ESTIMATION OF
STORAGE COSTS. BY CARPETISC. (OEUTSCHE FOFSCHUNGS- UNO VERSUCHSANSTALT FUER LUFT- UNO
RAUNFAHRT E.V., STUTTGART, GERMANY. INST. FOR TECHNISCHE PHYSIK) P 423-37.
196. PERFORMANCE OF A HYDROGEN-OXYGEN-NOBLE GAS ENGINE. BY DE BOE,9P.C.T. HULETJ.-F.
(CORNELL UNIV., ITHACA, N. Y. SIBLEY SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL AND AEROSPACE ENGINEERING)
P 439-52.
197. UTILIZATION OF SOLAR RADIATION FOR WATER PHOTOLYSIS. BY BRQOAE. (VIENNA UNIV.,
AUSTRIA. INST. FUER PHYSIKALISCHE CHEMIE) P 453-4.

BRENNST. HAERME KRAFT VOL 32, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
19S. USING WASTE HEAT WITH THE HELP OF HEAT TRANSFORMERS. aY MOSTQfIZADEHC. P 312-6.

PROCESS ENG. (AUG 1980)
199. COAL GASIFICATION BOOM FOR HOLMES-STRETFORDO (A- BRIEF REPORT). P 19.
200. AND FOR BRITISH GAS SLAGGING GASIFIER. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 19.

FIRE SAF. J. VOL 2, NO. 4 (JUL 1980)
201. REVIEh OF EXFLOION AND FIRE HAZARD OF LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS BY RASBASHD.J.
(EDINBURGH UNIV., SCOrLANO. DEPT. OF FIRE SAFETY ENGINEERING) P 223-36.

CHEM. UNSLREF ZEIT VOL 14, NO. 3 (JUN 1980) (IN GERMAN)
202. FUELS OF THE FUTURE. BY GRIESBAUM,K. HONICKE,D. (KARLSRUHE UNIV., GERMANY. LEHRSTUHL
FUER PETROCHEMIE UNO ORGANISCHE TECHNOLOGIES) P 90.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 35 (SEP 1980)
203. HOUSE PUTS ITS MONEY ON FUSION ENERGY. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 17,

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 36 (SEP 1980)
204. THEFMODYNAMIC DATA BANK NOW AVAILABLE. (THERMODYNAMICS RESEARCH LABORATORY (TRL) AT
WASHINGTON UNIV., ST. LOUIS)* P 6-7.
205. ENGINEERING FIRMS FORM SYNFUELS VENTURE. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 15.
206. ROOM-TEMPE.ATURE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AT LAST. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 36.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 37 (SEP 1980)
207. CONGRESS MOVES ON INNOVATION LEGISLATION. P 4.
208. PETROCHEMICALS IN JAPAN FACE TROUBLED FUTURE. dY ANDERSONE.V. P 19-24.
209. SAWHILL HEADS SYNTHETIC FUEL CORPORATION, (A BRIEF REPORT). P 25.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 38 (SEP 1980)
210. ALLEGHENY LUDLUM SELLS GAS BUSINESSES. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 10.
211. TARGETS DEFINED FOR BASIC RESEARCH ON COAL. P 33.

CHEM. WEEK VCL 127, NO. 10 (SEP 1980)
212. NORTHERN RESOURCES MAY BUILD A SYNFUELS UNIT. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 11.
213. METHANE MAY BE TESTED AS A FUEL FOR FLEET VEHICLES. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 12.
214. THE WORLDS BIGGEST OXYGEN PRODUCERS BATTLE FOR SYNFUELS BUSINESS. P 23-4+26-8.

CHEM. WEEK VOL 127, NO. 11 (SEP 1980)
215. KAISER AND KELLOGG JOIN FORCES FOR SYNFUELS. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 61.

CHEM. WEEK VOL 127, NO. 13 (SEP 1980)
216. CARBIDES GAS-SEPARATION PLANT GOES ONSTREAM. (A BRIEF REPORT). F 48.

CHEM. WEEK VOL 127, NO. 14 (OCT 1980)
217. AN EMERGING STRUGGLE OVER GAS. P 16-7.

EPRI J. VOL 5, NO. 6 (JUL-AUG 19801
218. REAMING THE COMPOSITION OF COAL. BY WHITAKEkR. P 6-11.
219. NDE IN-DEPTH SEARCH FOR FLAWS. BY LIHACHN. P 16-20.
220. ACCELERATING SYNFUELS DEVELOPMENT. P 25-7.

MAR. TECHNOL. SOC. J. VOL 14, NO. 2 (JUN 1980)
221. THE PROMISE OF OTEC. BY KRUEGER,R.B. (NOSSAMAN, KRUEGER AND MARSH, .OS ANGELES,
CALIF.) P 32-7.






SUBJECT INDE' FOR CURRENT AwARENESS LIST NO. '13

SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTPI


Chemistr, 34. 56

Crystal Structure and Lattice Properties
14, 18, 22, 27. 3 40, 2. 50, 58, 78, 79,
94, 95, 96, 99, 103. 110, 218
Fluid Properties and Structure
5,, 1, 1P i, 16. 28, 29, 30, 31. 32, 33, 34,
57, 59, 60, 66, 69. 76, 7S, 86. 88, 104, 105,
106, 1C?. 108, 109, 110. 113. 117, 125, 13'.
139, 143, 151, 157, 204

Magnetic Properties and Materials
5, 10, 21. 40. 41, 43, 73. 75, 77, 87, 91, 92.
155

Mossbauer Effect and Resonances 12, 53, 94

Optical Propertles
25, 26, 35, 38, 43, 46, 48, 66, 97, 98

Polymers 114

Semiconductor' 44,, 45, 4'. 54, 70, 89. 91


SECTION II AND III. CRYOGENIC
Aerospace Safety 138, 115, 147, 201

Cryobiologj 131. 132

Energy
49, 63, Ill, 126, 13', 139, 140, 142, 169.
174, 186 thru 221

Equipment and Devices
80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 111, 113, 119, 126, 128,
134, 148, 152, 153, 154. 91,6, 17?, 180, 181,
182, 183

Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and Production
136, 137. 139, 145, 169, 170, 171, 179, 184,
210, 214. 216, 217

Heat and Mass Transfer
31, 111, 120, 1?2, i24, I 7, 133, 176, 198

Hydrogen
135, 183, 190. 191, 192. 193. 194, 195, 196,
197, 202
Insulation 167, 168


Sorption 5, 13, 16

Superconductors
2, 3, 4, 6. 7, 9, 10, 19, 20. 24, 37, 39. 51,
52, 53, 55, 71, 72, 7?, 80. 81, 82, 83, 84,
90, 100, 101, Ill, 114, 119, 121, 122, 126,
128, 129, 142, 148, 153, 154, 156, 158, 159.
161, 172, ISO, 181, 182, 203, 206

Superfluidity 1. 8, 17, 67, 69, 85, 128

Thermal Properties of Solids 73

Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and
Transport Processes
11, 17, 25, 26. 31, 32, 33, 34, 36, 57. 59,
60, 74. 76, 88, 102, 117, 127, 151

Transport Properties of Solids
6, 19, 23, 36, 39, 92, 93, 115, 150

Other 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 130



ENGINEERING AND ENERGY

LNG and Methane
120, 135, 140, 166, 169, 170. 174, 177. 186
thru 202, 205, 209, 211, 212, 213, 215, 220
Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
50, 81, 82, 83, 96, 100, 114, 129, 141, 162,
163, 164, 165, 166, 219

Metrology and Instrumentati'n
102, 112, 116, 118, 123, 124, 149, 150, 151,
152, 153, 154, 155, 157, 1 -, .51, 160, 161,
i79

Propulsion and Space Applications
146, 168

Refrigeration 102, 111, 121. 130, 144

Storage and Handling
123, 124, 145, 159, 166, 1'3, 174, 17-, 178,
185

Vicuum Technology 112, 175

Other 61, 62. 130


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