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
Creator:
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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federal government publication   ( 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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SECTTCN I. LOW TMP9ERATU9E PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 13 (SEP 1980)
i. CRITICAL EEHAVIOm CF A 1IELLAR SOLUTION. dY COF.TI,M. OEGIOF ,IOV. (CENTRO
INFOMAZIO;NI STLDI ESPEPIENZE, MILAN, ITALY. SOCIETA PER AZIONI) 2 106s-8.
2Z t",w-FFQOU: C% MCC-S IN AMORPHOUS 2EOON-RICH ALLOYS, BY .ANNIN,J.S. MESSIEA,R.
(PL.NNaYLVANV I ;TA'Er UNIV., UNIVtLPI'Y PARK. OEPT. OF PHYSICS P 1119-22.
3. SOLITONS IN FGLYACETYLENE MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY. (* K). 3J IKEHATAS. KAUFER,J.
WOERNE,,T. ET PL (TOKYG UN:Ir. JAPAN, DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1123-5.
4. DEFINITE r xo"IMENT,,L EVIOErNCE AGAINST INTRINSIC EL-CTRON-HOLE SUPEiCONOUCTIVITY IN PURE
CUCL. &Y EATLOCG,6. Pf MEIKA,J.P. (FELL LAbS., "U-4rAV MILL, N. J.) P 1126-9.

PHYS. KEV. LETT. VOL '5, NO. 1' (OCT 1960)
5. EFFECT OF THE OUASITARTICLE MEAN FP.EE PATH ON POISEUILLE FLOW IN NORMAL LIQUID (3)HE.
BY LIScNSTEIN,J.P. 3WIFT,G.H. PACKA;D, .E. (WILLIAMS COLL., 1WLLIAMSTOWN, MASS.
bEPT. OF FHYSI.cS .N- ASTRONOMY) D 1199-2C2.
6. SURFACE SLFERCONGUCTIVITY AN[ THE METAL-OXI)E-Sc.MICONGUCTOR SYSTEM. B3 HANKE,W.
KiLLY,M.J. lMAX-r:LNGCK-INST. FUF.E FLSTKOERPEPFOPSCHUNG, 3TUTTGART, GERMANY) P 1203-6.
7. POSSIBLE MECHANISM OF SUPERCOrNOUCTIVITY IN ME'AL-SEMICONOUCTOR EUTESTIC ALLCYS. BY
TING,C.S. "'LWA-,D.N. NGAI,K.L. ("kUSTON UNIV., TEX. DEPT. OF riYSICS) P 1213-6.

PHVS. REV. 9 VOL 22, NO. 5 (SEP 1980)
8. ELECTION F4 OAMAGNETIC RESONANCE OF GD(3i) IN PLATINUM. BY HAROIMANM. PELLISSON,J.
BAdNES,S.E. FT A. (CALIFORIIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES. DEPT. CF PHYSICS) P 2175-94.
9. jFF-CTS OF CISCGACR ON ELECTRON-SPIN E.AAXATICN IN BETA-ALUMINA A PROTOTYPE GLASS. BY
KUR'Z,S.r. STA.LETON,H.J. (ILLINOIS UNrD., URBANA. OELT. OF PHYSICS AND MATERIALS
KESEAPCH LAB.) P 2195-20r.
10, FxCHMt GE ANC DIPGLA- INTEGACTIONS IN PRvO(4)-GO. BY MEHRAN,F. STE E SK.W.H.
PLASKLTT,T.S, FITZPATRICKMWJ. (IBM MATSO'J JESEARCCH CENTEk, YORKTOMN HEIGHTS, N. Y.)
F 2206-12.
11. TAPPING CF I CrADIATION-ItNDUCED DEFECTS 6Y TIN ATOMS IN AN AL-0.03 AT. PERCENT SN
CRYSTAL. BY SiANSOI:,M.L. HOWE,L.M. OUENNEVILLEA.F. (ATOMIC ENERGY OF CANADA, LTD.,
CHALK 12. MEASUCEMENT CF THE SIGN AND MAGNITUDE OF THE ELECTRIC FIELD GRADIENTS AT OE AND OS
NUC.EI AS IMFURITIES IN A HEXAGONAL LU SINGLE CRYSTAL. BY ERNST,H. MAGN,E. ZECH,E.
(TFCFNISCHE UNIV. MUNICH, GARCHING, G;RMAhY. PHYSIK-DEPT.) P 2248-56.
13. OPT:CALLY GENREATE DOSFUCO-STARK EFFECT IN RUBY. BY LIAO,P.F. GLASSA.M.
HUMPH.E-Y,L.M. (BELL LABS., hCLMDEL, tN. J.) P 2276-81.
14. COMPCSITiON-DEPENDENT SPIN F.EOIE STATIONS IN SILICON-SUBSTITUTED YTTRIUM IRON GARNETS.
BY 8ALEST;INCG. GELLER,b. TOLK3DOPF0,W. WILICH,. COLORADOO U'4I@. BOULDER. OEPT.
OF ELECTRICAL ENGIN EcING) P 22d2-8.
15. TEMPEFATUFE CEPENO~tNCE OF FLUXOID QUANTIZATION IN A SUPERCONDUCTING HOLLOW CYLINDER. BY
FINKH.J. GRUENFELO,V. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., CAVIS. OEPT. OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER
ENGINEERING) P 225'-306.
16. THEORY OF ANTIFERzOMAGNETIC SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY MACHIDA,K. NOKUPA,K. MATSUBARA,T.
KYOTOO UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) F 2307-17.
17. POSSItLE CCNTciLUIIONS OF ELECTRON PAIRING (-U) CENTERS TO THE NORMAL-STATE RESISTIVITY
AND SUPERCONCUCTIVITV IN NONSIMPLE METALS. BY TING,C.S. NGAIK.L. WHITE,C.T,
(HOUSTON UNIV., TEX. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 2318-22.
18. INDUCED SUFE.CONGuCTIVITY IN KONDO ALLOYS. BY KuISEPA.B. (VICTORIA UNIV., WELLINGTON,
NEW ZEALANC. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 2323-31.
19. MAGNETISM AND SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN C15 COMPOUNDS FROM SELF-CONSISTENT BAND CALCULATIONS,
BY JAFLBOa.G,T. F-c-'MAN,A.J. (NORTHWSST.EN UNIV., EVANSTON, ILL. JEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 2332-42.
20. DEVIATIONS FROM DYNAMIC SCALING AT THE SUPERFLUID TRANSITION IN TWO AND THREE
DIMENSIONS. BY HOHENBERGG,P.C. HALPE.IN,.I. NELSON,D.R. (BELL LABS., MURRAY HILL.,
N. J.) P 2373-85.
21. RAMAN STUDIES OF Ai5 COMPOUNDS. BY SCHICKTANZ,S. KAISER,R. SCHNEIDER,E. GLAESERW.
(TECHNISCHE UNIV. MUNICH, GERMANY. PHYSIK-DEPT.) P 2386-91.
22. CAVITY-MODE EXCITATION IN A JOSEPHSON TUNNEL JUNCTION. BY CHANG,J.-J. CHEN,JT.
(WAYNE STATE UNIV., DETRC.T, MICH. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 2392-5.
23. CLASSICAL CUBIC MODEL FOR PARAMAGNETIC DYSB. BY KOUVELJ.S. BRUN,T.3. (ILLINOIS
UNIV., CHICAGO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 2428-34.
24. SPECIFIC HtATS OF EUTE AND EUSE NEAP THEIP MAGN-TIC TRANSITIONS. BY JOIANSONW.R.
MCCOLLUM, .G. (AFGONNE NATIONAL LAB., ILL.) P 2635-8.
25. AMORPHOUS CONCENTKATEO SPIN-GLASSES MNX(X = GECSI-TE). BY HAUSER,J.J. (BELL LABS.,
MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 2554-9.
26. SEARCH FOR LIFSHITZ POINTS IN RARE-EARTH ALLOYS. BY LEGVOLDS. BJRGARDTP.
BEAlURY,3.J. (AMES LAB., IOWA) F 2573-8.
27. NONLINEAR EFFECTS IN TWO-CIMENSIONAL SLPEFFLUID (4)HE: BY BISWASA.C. WARKE,C.S.
(TATA INST. OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH, aOtBAY, INDIA) O 2581-4.
28. COMMENT ON THE SEGONrC-ORDER PHASE TRANSITION IN FECR(2)S(4). BY FEINERL.F. VAN
STAPELE,R.F. (PHILIPS RESEARCH LABS., EINOHOVEN, NETHERLANDS) P 2585.






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PHYS. RLJ. B VOL 22, NO. F (SEP 1980) (CCNT.)
29. COMMENT C' O2S.EnV-TIOK GF THEiMALLY INDUCED FOTE.rTl.L IN SUl.l r.CONJUi.T j. BY
TINKHAM,M. (KARLSRUHE UNIV., GERtANY. INST. FUER THECPIE DE' KON3ENSIERTEN MATERIE)
P 2594-6.

PHYS. 0oV. b VOL 22, NO. 6 (SEP 1980)
30. NEGATIVE-TMFTCcATURi COEFFICIENTS OF FLECTa.ICAL RESISTIVITY IN AMORPHOUSL LA-EASED
ALLCYS. ?- M.UELLE ,o. AGYEFMAN,K. TSUEI .C.C. (iM I AT3SON oE3EAPR~ ENTER YORKTOWN
HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 2565-9.
31. LOW-FiELC HALL COcFF-CI-NT R(H)(O) OF GILUT_ AL-33 ALLOYS AT 4.2 K, BY
PAPASTAIKCLDIS,C. FAVA;DIlITkh.PGULOS,D. OCO'OFYLLUUE. (GEMLOC CENTER, ATHENS, GREECE) P 2670-6.
32. SELF-CONSISTENT LINEARIZED AUGMtNTED-FLANE-WAVE STUOY OF THE ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE AND
SUC.PLUNCULTIVITY OF FCC LANTHANUh UNDER PRESSURc. BY PICKETT,W.E. FREEPAN,A.J.
KOELLING,G.O. (NAVAL RESEARCH LAs., WASHINGTON, D. C.I F 2695-715.
33. THE0CY OF THE LOW-TEMPE-ATUKE SEEBECK COEFFICIENT IN DILUTE ALLOYS. II. THE EMPTY-CORE
PSEUDOPOTENTIAL CALCULATION, BY ONO ,Y.A. (.SE WESTERN RESERVE UNIV., C .EVELAND, OHIO.
DEPT, OF P-YSICS) P 2731-6.
34. INFiARhD AaSORPTION IN NIO MICROCRYSTALS. BY PIGENETC. FIEVET,F. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE
LA REGCERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE-2, THIAIS, FRANCE. LA.B DE SP:CTPOCHIMIE INF-A:-.OUGE ET RAMAN)
P 27P5-92.
35. SITE EFFECT ON THE IMPURITY LEVELS IN 4H, 6H, AND 15R SIC. BY IKE3,M. MATSUNAMI,H.
TANAKAT. KYOTOO UNIV., JAPAN. CEPT. OF ELECTRONICS) P 2642-54.
36. ABSENCE OF A STOt.G JAHN-TELLER EFFECT IN THE (4)T(2G) EXCITED STATE 3F V(2+) IN MGO.
dY IANSONN.. STUCGE,M.. (AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIV., CANBERRA. DEPT. OF SOLID-STATE
PHYSICS) P 2861-5.
37. HEAT CAPACITY OF 0(2) FILMS ACSORBEC ON GRAFOIL. BY STOLTENBERGJ. WILCHES,O.E.
(WASHINGTON UNIV., SEATTLE. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 2920-f6
38. ELECTRON TFANSFORT IN HEAVILY DOPED AND COMPiNSATED N-TYPE GAAS IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE
4.2-300 K. BY SAXENA,T.K. BALA,S. AGERWAL,S.K. ET AL (DELHI UNIV., INDIA. OEPT. OF
PHYSICS ANC ASTRCPH3SICS) P 2962-7.
39. NEUIRON SCATTERING FROM COUPLED PHONON-IMFURITY MODES IN KCL(1-C)(KCN)(C). BY
NICKLOWRk.. CRUMMZfTT,w.P. MOSTOLLER,M. WOOD,R.F. (OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LAB., TENN.
SOLID STATE DIV.) P 3039-48.
40. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF ICE. BY SLACK,G.A. (UMEA UNIV., SWEDEN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 3065-71.
41. EVIDENCE FCR TUNNELING STATES IN THE OXYGEN CONDUCTOR ZPO(2)-Y(2)0(3). BY LAWLESS,W.N.
(LAKE SHORE CRYCTRON:CS, INC., WESTERVILLE, OHIO) P 3122-3.

J. CHEM. PhYS. VOL 73, NO. 6 (SEP 1980)
42. RAMeN SPECTRA OF LIQUID N-ALKANES. III. ENERGY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TRANS AND GAUCHE
N-dUrAN-E BY KINT,S. SCHERERJ.R. SNYOER,R.G. (DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, BERKELEY,
CALIF. WESTERN REGIONAL RESEARCHH CENTER) P 2599-602.
43. ON THE STKLCTURES OF VAN DER WAALS MOLECULES ANU SOLIDS. BY BURDETTJ.K. (CHICAGO
UNIb., ILL. CEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 2825-32.
44. A COMMENT CN THE INVEPSION OF GAS TRANSPORT FrOPERTIES. BY MONCHICK,L. (JOHNS HOPKINS
UNIV., LAUREL, MD. APPLIED PHYSICS LAB.) P 2929-31.
45, EXPERIMENTAL HEAT CAPACITIES OF LANI(S), 4LPHA-LANI(S)H(0,36), AND BETA-LANI(5)H(6.39)
FROM 5 TO 300 K. THERMOCYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF THE LANI(5)-H(2) SYSTEM. BY OHLENDORF,0.
FLOTOW,H.E. (ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB., ILL. CHEMISTRY DIV.) P 2937-48.
46. A NGOIFIED MOMENT METHOD AND IRREVERSIBLE THERMODYNAMICS. BY EUB.C. (MGGILL UNIV.,
MONTREAL, CUEBEC, DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 2958-69.
47* REFINEMENT OF TH' STRUCTURE OF SOLID NITPCMETHANE. BY TREVINO,S.F. PRINCE,E.
HU9AFlD,C.R. NATIONALL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, C. C. NATIONAL MEASUREMENT
LAB.) P 2996-3000.
48. A STUDY OF METHYL REOrIENTATION IN SOLID NITROMETHANE BY NEUTRON SCATTERING. BY
TREVINO,S.F. RYMES,W.H. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDAFOS, WASHINGTON, 0. C. NATIONAL
HEASUFE.ENT LAB.) P 3001-6.

SCIENCE VOL 210, NO. 4466 (OCT 1980)
49. PSAC REESTABLISH IT NOW. (EDITCRIAL). BY GOLDEN,W.T. P 145.
50. TOTAL REPORTING FOR SCIENTIFIC WORK. BY MAC LANE,S. (CHICAGO UNIV., ILL. DEPT. OF
MATHEMATICS) P 158-63.

NATLPWISSENSCHAFTEN VOL 67, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
51. PoINGIPLLS OF SUFERGUNDUCTIVITY. (IN GERMAN). BY FREYHAROT,H.C. (GOETTINGEN UNIV.,
GERMANY. INS'. FUEt METALLPHYSIK) P 390-401.

J. PHYS. SCC. JPN. VOL 48, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
52. UPPER CRITICAL FIELC MEASUREMENTS UP TO 600 KG IN PBMO(6)S(8). (LETTER TO THE EDITOR).
BY CKUDA,K. KITAGAWA,M. SAKAKISARA,T. DATE,M. (OSAKA UNIV., TOYONAKA, JAPAN. OEPT.
OF PHYSICS) P 2157-8.






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ArTs PHYS. FCL. t VOL 53, NO. 1 (JUL 1960)
53. ANtSOTROPY ANC TLEP- .ATUFC DEPrNDcNC:. OF LOWc-F AND UPPEk CRITICAL FIELD IN TETRAGONAL
SUPRgCOrijUCTO IN(31SN, iY ZACHA-rKO,k. KUS AK,R. (POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES,
W-OCLAW. INST. OF LOW TE4PEnATUr.E AND STRUCTURE RESEARCH) P 59-66.
54. G~nMAL. SULLT:ONS FOR ELECTRC.MGGNETIC cE3PCNSE OF A SUPERCONDUCTING FERMI-LIQUID. BY
GAdO3OWSKI,M (KEN.TUCKY UfIV., LEXINGTON. DEFT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P o7-78.

PPA ANA VCL 14, NO. (JUN la80)
55. LIQUID FLUCCINE PROFEETIES BY THE HARODSHERE MULEL WITH ATTRACTIVE INTERACTIONS. BY
SHAqMA,,S.K. REGIONALL COLL. OF EDUCATION, 9HUBANESwAR, INDIA. DEPi. OF PHYSICS)
P 477-94.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TQANSL.) VOL 31, NO. 3 (FEb 1980)--(TRANSL. OF PI3MA ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 31, NO. 3, FEB 1980)
56. CRITICAL PRENOM.jNA IN POTASSIUM DIHYDFOPHCSPHATE (KDP). BY ZISNANtA., KACHINSKIIV.N.
STISrOV,S.M. (ACAO-;M OF SCIENCES OF THE USSr, MCSCO.W INST. OF 3RYSTALLOGRAPHY)
F 1 t-62.
57. THE hLLL EFFECT CN THE SURFACE OF GERMAiJILM GCYSTALS CLEAVER IN LIQUID HELIUM. BY
VUL .m. ZAVR ITSKAYAY.,I. ACADEMYY OF SCIe-NCLS OF THE USSq, MOSC3.W INST. OF
PmYSTCS) F 1E2-5.
58. FLOW bIrEFOINGENCE IN A SUPERFLUID. bY ANDREFV,A.F. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR,
MOSCOW. iNST. OF PHYSICAL PRC6LEMS) P 175-7.
59. EFFECT UF CAPTURE: OF DOMAIN NMR FREQUENCIES ON EXCITATION OF NUCLEAR SPIN ECHO IN DOMAIN
WALLS OF A YFEO(3) CkYSTAL. BY ZALESSKII,A.V. KHIMICHT.A. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES OF
THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF CRYSTALLOGRAPFYI P 178-B1.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TkANSL.) VOL 31, NO, t (FEB 1980)--(TRANSL. OF PISMA ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 31, hO. 49, FE1 1980)
60. POINT CONTACTT SFCTROSCOPV OF MAGNONS IN METALS. BY AKIMENKO,A.I. YANSONI.K.
(<.CALEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKPAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICTAL INST. OF LOW
TEMPEATUCEES) P 191-4.
61. ANOMALOUS SPIN SUSCGFTIBILITY OF HOLES IN A STRONGLY DOPED SILICON. 3Y ALTUKHO ,P.D.
ELTSOV,K.N. FOCACHt-V .A. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES JF THE USSR, LENINGRAD.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 202-5.
62. SPECT-UM OF LLECTrON-oIPPLON SYSTEM ON THE SURFACE OF LIQUID HELIUM IN THE PRESENCE OF A
MAGNETIC FIELD NORMAL TO THIS SURFACE. dY FISHER,D.S. SHIKINV.B. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MCSCOW. iNST. OF SCLID STATE PHYSICS) P 208-10.
63. LONG-LIVECJ MAGNEtTICA.LLY ORDERED STATE IN EUCRO(3) EXCITED BY OPTICAL PUMPING. BY
GOLOVENCHITS,E.I. LAIKHTMAN,BD. SANINA,V.A, (GCACEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR,
LENINGRAD. CHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 223-7.

JETP LETT* (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 31, NO. 5 (MAR 1980)--(TRANSL. OF PISMA ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 31, NO. 51 MA 1990)
64. ON THE QUESTION OF THE SPECIFIC HEAT OF LIQUIDS AND DENSE GASES AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY
STISFCV,S.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MCSCOW, INST. OF 3RYSTALLOGRAPHYI
P 249-D2.
65. INSTABILITY OF QUASI-ONE-JIMENSIONAL ELECTRON CHAIN AND THE STRING-ZIGZAG STRUCTURAL
TRANSITION. BY CHAPLIK,A.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, NOVOSIBIRSK. INST. OF
SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS) P 252-4.
66. ANOMALOUS BEHAVIOR OF IMPURITY CENTERS IN PB(1-XISN(XITE(GA) ALLOYS SUBJECTED TO
PRESSURE. BY AKIMOV,B.A. BPANDT,N.B. RYAdOVAL.I. ET AL (MOSCOW STATE UNI4., USSR)
P 27-932.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 31, NO. 6 (MAR 1980)--(TRANSL. OF PISMA ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 31, NO. 6, MAR 19801
67. PECULIARITIES CF THE METAMAGNETIC TRANSITION OF A GARNET SINGLE CRrSTAL
CA(3)MN(2)GE(3)0(12). BY KAZFL.Z.A. MILLd.V. SOKOLOVV.I. (MOS;OW STATE UNIV.,
USSR) P 308-11.
68. PROSPECTS CF USING NONLINEAR ELEMENTS OF THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTORS WITH A A15
LATTICE. BY MOTULEVICH,G.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOS:CW. INST. OF
PHYiICS) P 325-7.
69. TRANSITION OF 13-ATOM. MERCURY CLUSTERS TC A STRONGLY PARAMAGNETIC STATE UNOER THE
ACTION OF MAGNETIC FIELD. dY BOGOMOLOV,t.N. ZADOROZHNIIA.I. PA4INAL.K.
PETRANOVSKIIV.FP (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, LENINGRAD. PrY SICOTECHNICAL INST.)
P 339-42.
70. GIANT QUANTUM OSCILLATIONS OF THE THERMOELECTROMOTIVE FORCE IN BISMUTH AND IN
SUBMETALLIC eI-SB ALLOYS. 9Y GALEV, .N. KOZLOVV.A. KOLOMOETSN.V. ET AL (KVANT
SCIENTIFIC-INDUSTRIAL UNION, USSR) P 342-4.

JET: LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 31, NO. 7 (APR 1960)--(TRANSL. OF PISMA ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 31, NO. 7, 369-92, APR 1980)
71. PECLLIARITIES OF TEMP-RATURE vAkIATION OF THE SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION UNDER PRESSURE
FOR MO-RE SOLIO SOLUTIONS. BY IGNATEVA,T .A. CHEPEVANYU.A. (ACADEMr OF SCIENCES OF
THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHVSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 361-4.






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VESTN. MOSK, UNIV. FIZ. ASTrODOMIYA VOL 21, NO. 4 (JUL-AUG 1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
72. UNICF.SAL SET FOR uIELE~TFIC CHARACTERIjTICS MEA>U'-rENT OF FEPnOELECTRIC. AT UHF IN
4.2-300 K TEMPEPATUCE RANGE. BY 3UZINi.J. IVANOVI.V. CHUPRAKOV,V.F. P 54-9.

SOLID STATE COMMUN. VOL 35, NO. 7 (AUG 1980)
73. ANOMALOUS SPECIFIC HEAT OF CEB(6), BY FUJITA,T. SUZUKI,M. KOMATSUJARAT. ET AL
(TOHOKU UNIV., SENDAI, JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 569.

PHYS. STATUS SOLICI A VOL 60, NO. 1 (JUL 1980)
74. THE CRITICAL CU;CENT OF MINIATURE THIN FIL" JCSEPHSON JUNCTIONS WITH HIGH CURRENT
DENSITIES. SY DETTMANNIF. WEBEP,P.B. (FRIEDRIGH-SCHILLER-UNIV., JENA, EAST GERMANY.
SEKTION PHYSIK) P 58-92.
75. EFFECTS OF SHOFT-RANGE ORDER AND LONG-PANGE CPOER ON THE LOW-TEMPErATURE SPECIFIC HEAT
OF hI(3)FE ALLOYS. BY CALVAYRAC,vY VEYSSIE,J.J. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECMERCHE
SCIENTIFIQUE, VITRY-SUP-SEINE, FRANCE. CENTRE 0 ETUDES DE CHIMIE METALLURGIQUE)
P 173-84.
76. ON FLUX TRAPPING IN HARD SUPERCONCUCTORS, BY S3SNOWSKI,J. (POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES,
WARSAW. INST. ;LEKTROTECHNIKI) P K73-d.

RADIAT. EFF. LETT. JOL 57, NO. 1-2 (1980)
77. AN IN-LOOP FACILITY FOP REACTOr IRRADIATIONS AT THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 76 TO 300 K. BY
CHOUNTAS,K. ANGRONIKOS,P. HAIKALIS,O (OEMOCRITUS NUCLEAR RESEARCH CENTER, ATHENS,
GREECE) P 37-4C.

RADIAT. EFF. VGL 51, NO. 1-2 (1980)
78. DEFECT CLUSTERING IN COPP-R, SILVER AND ALUMINUM CURING HEAVY-ION IRRADIATIONS AT LOW
TEMFE ATUrES. 9Y AVItBACK,R.S. MERKLE,K.L. THOMPSON,L.J. (ARGO4ME NATIONAL LAB.,
ILL. DIV. OF MATERIALS SCIENCE) P 91-102.

J. GUANT. SPECTnCSC. RADIAT. TRANSFER VOL 24, NO. 2 (AUG 1980)
79. SATTERING AND ABSORPTION PROPERTIES OF CO(2) ICE SPHERES IN THE REGION 360-4000 CM(-I).
BY HUNT,G.E. MITCHELL,E.A. KIEFFER,H.H. OITTEON,R. (UNIVERSITY -OLL., LONDON,
ENGLANO. C'FT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 141-6.

J. FHYS. ChEM. VOL c~, NC. 19 (SEP 1980)
80. RECTIONS CF THERMAL HYORCGEN ATOMS AT CRYOGENIC TEMPERATURE BELOW 77 K AS STUDIED BY
ESR. ISOTOPE EFFECT IN HYDROGEN AESTrACTICN FROM ETHANE IN XENON MATRICES. BY
TORIYAMA,K. NUNOME,K. IWASAKI,M. (GOVERNMENT INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH INST., NAGOYA,
JAPAN) P 2374-61.
81. PROPERTIES OF OXYGEN ADSORPTION ON PLATINUM AT 160 K. BY SHI,S.-K. WHITEJ.M.
HANCE,R.L. (TEXAS UNIV., AUSTIN. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 2441-6.


SECTION II. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

AICHE J. VCL 26, NO. 5 (SEP 1 60)
82. THE CALCULATION OF CRITICAL POINTS. BY HDIDLMANN,R.A. KHALILA.M. (CALGARY UNIV.,
ALBERTA. CEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 769-79.
83. CORRELATIOh OF SECOND VIRIAL COEFFICIENTS OF POLAR GASES BY REDLICH-KWONG EQUATION OF
STATE. BY DJOROJEVIC,B.D. MIHAJLOV-DUOUKOV1C,A.N. TASICA.Z. (3ELGRADE UNIV.,
YUGOSLAVIA. FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY AND METALLURGY) P 85d-62.
84. VAPCR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIA UP TO 40 000 KPA ANO 400 DEGREES C A NEW STATIC METHOD. BY
FIGUIERE,P. HOM,J.F. LAUGIER,S. ET AL (ECOLE NATIONAL SUPERIEUIE DES MINES, PARIS,
FRANCE) P 872-5.

CHEM. ENG. PROG. VOL 76, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
85. SCIENCE CENTERS AS INTEGRAL AGENTS OF THE COMMUNITY. BY NITCHELL,J.W. (BELL TELEPHONE
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86. GASOHOL/BICMASS DEVELOPMENTS COSTS OF PRODUCING ETHANOL FROM BIOMASS. BY FONG,W.S.
JONES,J.L. SEMRAUK.T. (STANFORD RESEARCH INST. INTERNATIONAL, MENLO PARK, CALIF.)
P 39-46.
87. GASCHOL/BICMASS DEVELOPMENTS ECONOMIC UPDATE OF THE GULF CELLULOSE ALCOHOL PROCESS.
BY EMERTG.H. KATZcN,R. FREGPICKSON,R.E. KAUPISCH,K.F. (ARKANSAS UNIV.,
FAYETTEVILLE) P 47-52.
88. GASCHOL/BICMASS DEVELOPMENTS METHANE/METHANOL BY CATALYTIC GASIFICATION OF BIOMASS.
BY MITCHELLC.H. MLDGE,L.K. ROBERTUSR.J. ET AL (BATTELLE-NORTHWEST, RICHLAND, WASH.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST LAB.) P 53-7.
89. GASOHOL/BICMA.S DEVcLOPNENTS METHANE PRODUCTION VIA BIOCONVERSION A TECHNOECONONIC
EVALUATION. BY JONES,J.L. (STANFORD RESEARCH INST. INTERNATIONAL, MENLO PARK, CALIF.)
P 58-64.
90. DISTILLATION MODELING OF ETHANOL RECOVERY AND DEHYDRATION PROCESSES FOR ETHANOL AND
GASOHOL. BY BLACK,C. (PROCESS SIMULATION INTERNATIONAL, FULLERTON, CALIF.) P 78-85.
91. CHICAGO PROGRAM TO ACCENT ENGINEERING IN THE 80S. BY FOCHTMANE.G. (IIT RESEARCH
INST., CHICAGO, ILL.) P 86-97.






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BULL. JSMi. VL. 23, NO. 181 (JUL 1980)
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ASTRONAUT. AEFCNAUT. VOL 18, NO. 10 (OCT 19 0)
95. EINTr;IN CBSFPVA'ORY X-:AY FINDINGS SrT NEW GOALS FOR ASTRONOMY. BY TUCKER,M.H.
GIACCNI,R. P 30-7.

ANAL. CHEM. VOL 52, NO, 12 (OCT 1980)
96. ON-LOLUtIM CYOGEN1- T;AFFPIrG OF SCRPB C:GAN:CS FCF. GETc.MINATION BY CAPILLArY GAS
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METAL. TPONS. A VOL 11, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
97. THE CALCULATION OF T-ANSITION TEMPERATURE CHANGES IN STEELS DUE TO TEMPER EMBRITTLEMENT.
BY TAKAYAMAS. OGU'-A,T. FUS.-C. CMMAHCN,C.J.,JR.. (HITACHI GO., TOKYO, JAPAN.
RESEARCH STAFF) P 1511-30.
36. THE ,rL F-.CC.SSING OF FERFITIC 5~m1 STEEL FOR TOUGHNESS AT CRYOGcNI: TnMPERATURES. BY
NIIKURAM. iOoF.iS,J..,JO. (NIPFON KOKAN K.K., KAIASAKI, JAPAN. TECHNICAL RESEARCH
CEN'ER) F 1l31-00.
99. DISCLS:OL. OF Tht IoI;OuEMENT OF CDYOl.7"'iC M-CrHAN1GCAL PROPERTIES OF F:-12MN AND Fi-8MN
ALLOY STELS 'HO.UGh THH RMAL/MEC(hNIuaL TFPATMENTS. 6Y NASIM,M. AILSON,E.A. (PAKISTAN
STEEL MILLS CO2P., KAR.ACi-I. LABS.) P 1625-7.

IBM J. RS. 3-. VO. 2m, NO. .9 (ScP 1 950)
100. ELc-TRON-ECiM RESISTS FOR LIFT-UFF PROC-SSilku WITH POTENTIAL APPLICATION TO JOSEPHSON
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS. 9t .1AuE*LEINJ.H. WEBE,J.J. (IdM WATSON RESEAZCrl CENTER,
YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 554-62.
101. ESTIMATION OF STATE PcO;ABILITIES USING THE MAXIMUM ENTROPY PRINCIPLE. BY BARD,Y. (IBM
CAMBPIDIG- SCIENTIFIC LENT:r, MASS.) P 563-9.
102. VARTkrtCE t.EDUCTION TECHNIQUES FGF THE SIMULATION OF MARKOV PROCESSES, I MULTIPLE
ESTIMATES. BY HE:DcLbEEGER,P. (:BM WA73GN PESEAoCH CENTER, YORKTaWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.)
P 5'0-51.

IBM TECH. CISC.CSURF 3ULL. dOL 23, NO. 5 (OCT 19-0a
103. LOW CAPACITArtNE JOSEPrSON JUNCTIUNS. BY DRAKE,iR.. RAIDER,S.I. 2 2161.

EL.CTR. ENG. JFN. (,NGL. TRANSL.) VOL 9-, NO. 1 (JAN-FED 1979)--(TRANSL. OF DENKI GAKKAI
ZASSHI VOL 99, NO. 1, JAN-FEB 1979)
10. LINEAR SYNCHfONOU" MOTORS USING SUFERfONO'LCTING PROPULSION COILS F3i BOTH PROPULSION AND
SUSPENSION. BY A&FEMIYA,Y. AIBAS. (NAGOYA UNIV., JAPAN) P 59-67.

U. S. DATENT GAZETTt JOL 9Y8, NC. 4 (SEP 1980)
105. METH OC OF MANrUFaTUtING A NIOIUf'-ALUMINUh-GEh MA NUM SUPECONJU.TItVE MATERIAL. BY
WiANG,J.L. P CKUSM.F. OOUGLAS,K.E. (J.--PARTMENT OF ENERGY, WASHIN;TON, C. C.) PATENT
NO. 4,223,43..
106. LIQUID FUEL FOCKET -:-NGINE HAVING A ROPELLANT iCOMPONENT PUMP TURBINE WITH A SECONDARY
THRLST 01CHnARGE AN: TO A METnOD OF OPE-ATING A LIUIO O FJEL ROCKET ENGINE. BY KIRNERE.
DEOERRA,H. PATENT NO. 4,223,530.
107. CkYOT-HEfMAL MANhFUL-ATION Oc PFTc. O.EUM. BY ROSSS.L. SHUFFMAN,O. PATENT NO. 4,223,536.
108. DEWAN ANDO EMHCABLE REFRIGEiATOk FOR MAINTAINING LIQUEFIED GAS INVENTORY. BY
LON SWORTH,R.C. (AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS, INC., ALLENTOWN, PA.) PATENT NO.
4,223,540.
109. HEAT TRANSFER IN BOILING LIQUIFIEC GAS. BY HILAL,M.A. (kISCONSIN ALUMNI RESEARCH
FOUNDATION, MPAOSON) PATENT NO. 4,223,723.
110. CYQOGFNIC SYSTEM FOR PRODUCING LOW-PURITY OXYGEN. BY OLSZEWSKI,h.J. ZIEMERJ.H.
(UNION CARBIDE CORP., NEW YORK, N. Y.) PATENT NO. 4,224,045.
111. METHOD FOP. PrODUCINu NB(3)SN SUPEhCONUUCTOR. BY TACHIKAWA,K. SEKINEH. (NATIONAL
RESEARCH INST. FOk METALS, TOKYO, JAPAN) PATENT NO. 4,224,087.
112. MULTIPLE WEAK-LINK SQUID. BY KROGER,H. (SPERRY CORP., NEW YORK, M, Y.) PATENT NO.
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MARANCIK,W.G. (Alr.CO, INC., MONTVALE, N. J.) PATENT NO. 4,224,735.
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HYORO.ADBOh CiOCESS. VOL 59, NO. 9 (SE 1960)
120. U.S. ChMM- CLA.-SZ-: .OcL G.SIF:IATIOIJ PLANT ON TFE HAY. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 13.
121. ANOJThL C vl PGCIA .L- aL. *CjAL -. IF ICA TI Ot PLANT :1 U.S. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 13.
122. U.S. L)E ,.AKE MAJo 123. IGT 3JTLlf.-S SYNFLL..S MIX NrjrFC TOC "_'AC ADMIr4ISTFATIONS 1992 6OA.- P 15+17.
124. T7N'rECC c'FCc'r5 UPPLY, uI-l&.rU GUTLCOK FGC U.S. .NERGY 1980-2300. P 19+21.
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CrEMN. NG. NEWS VOL 56, NO. 40 (OCT 1980)
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ChEM. ENG. (N.Y.) VOL 67, j3. 20 (OCT 19680
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GAS WCULD VOL 185, NO. 4741 (SEP 1980)
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ENERGY INT. VLL 17, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
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SUBJECT INDEr FOP CURRENT AWARENESS LIST NO. 714 111111111 1111111IIIIIIIIIIIBI

SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY 3 1262 08520 3973

Crystal Structure and Lattice Properties Sorption 37, 81
2, 10, 11, 12, 14, 25, 28, 32, 35, 36, 39, 43,
47, 48, 56, 65, 72, 77, 78 Superconductors
4, 6, 7, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 29, 32,
Fluid Properties and Structure 51, 52, 53, 54, 68, 71, 74, 76, 100, 103, 104,
5, 37, 40, 42, 43, 44, 47, 48, 55, 62, 64, 79, 105, 11l, 112, 113, 119
80, 82, 83, 84, 93
Superfluidity 20, 27, 58
Magnetic Properties and Materials
3, 16, 18, 19, 23, 24, 26, 31, 57, 60, 61, 62, Thermal Properties of Solids
63, 67, 69 24, 37, 45, 73, 75

Mossbauer Effect and Resonances Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and
8, 9, 59, 80, 119 Transport Processes
1, 5, 20, 27, 43, 44, 46, 55, 58, 64, 82, 101,
Optical Properties 102
13, 21, 34, 36, 42, 60, 63, 79
Transport Properties of Solids
Polymers 3 30, 33, 40, 41, 70
Semiconductors 4, 6, 7, 38, 57, 65, 66 Other 49, 50, 85


SECTION II AND III. CRYOGENI

Energy
86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 94, 104, 107, 120 thru 140


Equipment and Devices
100, 103, 104, 105, 111, 112, 113, 119-

Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and
Production
92, 96, 107, 110, 118, 136

Heat and Mass Transfer 109, 116

Hydrogen 94


C ENGINEERING AND ENERGY

LNG and Methane
86, 87, 88, 89, 116, 117, 118, 120, 121, 122,
123, 124, 126 thru 130, 133, 135, 137

Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
77, 78, 97, 98, 99, 105, 111, 113

Metrology and Instrumentation
72, 77, 84, 93, 95, 96, 119

Propulsion and Space Applications
95, 106, 119

Refrigeration 115

Storage and Handling 108, 114, 117

Other 85, 91, 131, 140


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