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.
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English
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Cryogenic Data Center
United States -- National Bureau of Standards
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NBS
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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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Termination of Services



September 10, 1980

MEMORANDUM FOR Users of Cryogenic Data Cen tr Subscription Services

From: Neil A. Olien, Acting Chief /I/ a. L -
Thermophysical Properties Divisii, 773

Subject: Termination of Services

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

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

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








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SECTION I. LCW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

SOV. J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 6, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)--(TRANSL. OF FIZ. NIZK.
TEMP. VOL 6, NO. 1, JAN 1980)
1. EXCESS VOLUME OF AN EOUIMCLAR (3)HE-(4)HE MIXTURE. BY BOGOYAVLENSKIII.V.
KARNATSEVICHL.V. KONAREVAV.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 1-4.
2. THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES CF LIQUID NE-H(2) SOLUTIONS. BY MARININ,V.S. PASHKOVV.V.
KHOKHLOV,YU.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 5-9.
3. LATTICE OF CYLINDRICAL SUPERCONCUCTING CCMAINS IN A TYPE-I SUPERCCNCUCTOR PLACED IN A
MAGNETIC FIELD. EY GOROBETSYU.I. ZYUBANOVA.E. (CONETS STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR)
P 10-3.
4. DISRUPTION OF OSCILLATICNS AND EXCITATION RECCMBINATION IN SMALL SIZE SUPERCONDUCTORS.
BY STRIZHKOL.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. INST. OF
RADIOPHYSICS AND ELECTRONICS) P 13-8.
5. CURRENT STATES ANC BAND SPECTRUM OF A CONDENSATE IN SUPERCONDUCTING SUPERSTRUCTURES. BY
OMELYANCHUKtA.N. GOGAOZE,G.A. KULIKI.O. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR,
KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 19-24.
6. NONEQUILIBRIUM EFFECTS IN VARIABLE-THICKNESS FICROBRIDGES. BY GUBANKOV,V.N.
KOSHELETS,V.P. OVSYANNIKOVG.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
RADIO ENGINEERING AND ELECTRONICS) P 24-8.
7. ELECTRON ENERGY STRUCTURE IN CONDUCTORS WITH MAGNETIC DOMAIN STRUCTURE. BY BASS,F.G.
FALKO,V.L. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. INST. OF RADIOPHYSICS
AND ELECTRONICS) P 29-34.
8. ELECTROMAGNETIC EXCITATION AND DISPERSION OF THE VELOCITY OF SOUND IN NICKEL IN HIGH
MAGNETIC FIELDS. BY DROBOTKOV.F. NABEREZHNYKHV.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
UKRAINIAN SSR, DONETS. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 35-8.
9. NONLINEAR MAGNETIZATION OF METALS. BY NEDOREZOV,S.S. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 39-44.
10. MAGNETIC STRUCTURES IN MANGANESE PHOSPHIDE. BY KOVALEVO.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 44-9.
11. EFFECTS OF VISCOSITY ON QUANTUM MOTION OF DISLOCATION SEGMENTS. BY NATSIKV.C.
ROSHCHUPKINA.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 49-54.
12. LOW TEMPERATURE PHASE TRANSITION IN RBOY(MOO(4))(2). BY SKOROBOGATOVAtI.V.
SAVCHENKOE.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 55-7.
13. STRUCTURAL AND ACTIVATION CHARACTERISTICS OF NICKEL CREEP IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE FROM
4.2 TO 140 K. BY AKSENOVV.K. GINDIN,I.A. LEBEOEVV.P. STARODUBOV,YA.C. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P !8-63.
14. OPTICAL CONDUCTIVITY OF MONOCRYSTALLINE GADOLINIUM. (BRIEF COMMUNICATION). BY
GNEZDILOV,V.P. NIKOLSKII,G.S. BEZNOSOVA.B. EPIFANOVAK.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 64-5.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 17 (OCT 1980)
15. DISSIPATION IN THE FLOW OF (3)HE-A AND (3)HE-B THROUGH A NARROW RECTANGULAR CHANNEL. BY
DAHMtA.J. BETTSC.S. BREWERC.F. ET AL (CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIV., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1411-4.
16. HYORODYNAMIC THEORY OF MUTUAL FRICTION IN HE II, BY MATHIEUP. SIMONY. (ECOLE
NORMAL SUPERIEURE, PARIS, FRANCE. GROUP DE PHYSIQUE DES SOLIOES) P 1428-31.
17. OBSERVATION OF THE WEISSNER EFFECT IN AN ORGANIC SUPERCONCUCTOR. BY ANDRESK. WUOL,F.
MCNHANO.B. ET AL (BELL LABS., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 1449-52.

J. PHYS. CHEM. REF. DATA VOL 9, NO. 3 (1980)
18. A COMPILATION OF KINETIC PARAMETERS FOR THE THERMAL DEGRADATION OF N-ALKANE MOLECULES.
BY ALLARA.O.L. SHAWR. (BELL LABS., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 523-59.
19. REFRACTIVE INDEX OF SILICON AND GERMANIUM AND ITS WAVELENGTH AND TEMPERATURE
DERIVATIVES. BY LItH.H. (PURDUE UNIV., WEST LAFAYETTE, INO. CENTER FOR INFORMATION
AND NUMERICAL DATA ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS) P 561-658.
20. A REVIEW, EVALUATION, AND CORRELATION OF THE PHASE EQUILIBRIAt HEAT OF MIXING, AND
CHANGE IN VOLUME ON MIXING FOR LIQUID MIXTURES OF METHANE + PROPANE. BY MILLER,R.C.
KIDNAY,A.J. HIZAM.J. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO. THERMOPHYSICAL
PROPERTIES DIV.) P 721-34.
21. SATURATION STATES OF HEAVY WATER. BY HILL,P.G. MACMILLAN,R.D.C. (BRITISH COLUMBIA
UNIV., VANCOUVER. DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) P 735-49.

INT. J. THERMOPHYS. VOL 1, NO. 1 (MAR 1980)
22. INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT. BY CEZAIRLIYANA. (EDITOR-IN-CHIEF) P 1-3.
23. THE ROLE OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL JOURNAL. BY TOULOUKIANY.S. (PURDUE UNIV., WEST
LAFAYETTE* IND. CENTER FOR INFORMATION AND NUMERICAL DATA ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS)
P 5-6.







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INT. J. THERMOPHYS. VOL 1, NO. 1 (MAR 1980) (CONT.)
24. HIGHER-ORDER APPROXIMATION TO THE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF MONATOMIC GAS MIXTURES. BY
ASSAEL,M.J. WAKEHAMW.A. KESTINJ. (IMPERIAL COLL. OF SCIENCE ANC TECHNOLOGY, LONDON,
ENGLAND. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY) P 7-32.
25. VISCOSITY OF STEAM IN THE CRITICAL REGION. BY BASU,R.S. SENGERSJ.V. WATSONJ.T.R.
(MARYLAND UNIV., COLLEGE PARK. INST. FOR PHYSICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) P 33-50.
26. TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF FREON-152A AND FREON-142B IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE OF 280-510 K.
BY AFSHAR,R. SAXENAS.C. (ILLINOIS UNIV., CHICIGO. DEPT. OF ENERGY ENGINEERING)
P 51-9.
27. ON THE ANHARMONIC CONTRIBUTION TO THE SPECIFIC HEAT OF MONATOMIC FACE-CENTERED CUBIC
CRYSTALS. BY SHUKLAR.C. BROCKK UNIV., ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 73-82.
28. CRITERIA FOR THE PRESENTATION IN THE PRIMARY LITERATURE OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL
INFORMATION ON THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SOLIOS. BY CODATA TASK GROUP ON
THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS P 135-40.

J. APPL. PHYS. VOL 51, NO. 10 (OCT 1980)
29. EPITAXIAL POLYMERIZATION OF (SN)(X) CHEMICAL DEFECTS. BY ISHIDA,H. RICKERTtS.E.
HOPFINGER,A.J. ET AL (CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIV., CLEVELAND, OHIO. DEPT. OF
MACROMOLECULAR SCIENCE) P 5188-93.
30. EPITAXIAL POLYMERIZATIO OF (SN)(X) LATTICE EFFECTS ON STRUCTURES AND TOPOCHEMISTRY.
BY RICKERT.S.E. ISHIOA,H. LANOOJ.B. ET AL (CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIV., CLEVELAND,
OHIO. DEPT. OF MACROMOLECULAR SCIENCE) P 5194-2t0.
31. A THEORETICAL EQUATION OF STATE FOR METHANE. BY KERLEYG.I. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC
LAB., N. MEX.) P 5368-74.
32. ON SURFACE COATINGS AND SECONDARY YIELD OF NB(3)SN AND NB. BY GRUNONER,M.
HALBRITTER,J. (LEYBOLD-HERAEUS G.M.B.H. UNC CO. K.G., HANAU, GERMANY) P 5396-405.
33. ANNEALING EFFECTS IN TUNNEL JUNCTIONS (VOLTAGE ANNEALING). BY KONKIN,M.K. ADLERJ.G.
(ALBERTA UNIV., ECMONTON. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5450-4.
34. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF DUCTILE TI-NB-SI AMORPHOUS ALLOYS. BY INOUE,A. KIMURA,H.M.
MASUMOTO,T. ET AL (TOHOKU UNIV., SENOAI, JAPAN. RESEARCH INST. FCR IRON, STEEL AND
OTHER METALS) P 5475-82.
35. THEORY OF THE SINGLY QUASIDEGENERATE JOSEPHSON JUNCTION PARAMETRIC AMPLIFIER. BY
SOERENSENO.H. OLEHOLMB. MYGIND,J. PECERSENN.F. (TECHNICAL UNIV. OF OENMARK,
LYNGBY. PHYSICS LAB. I) P 5483-94.

SCIENCE VOL 210, NO. 4469 (OCT 1980)
36. A WAY TO STIMULATE TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION. (EDITORIAL). BY DEER.F. (SMITHKLINE
CORP., PHILADELPHIA, PA.) P 483.

PHYS. LETT. A VOL 79r NO. 2,3 (SEP 1980)
37. RELATIVISTIC HEAT EQUATION IN CAUSAL NONSTATIONARY THERMODYNAMICS. BY BAMPIF.
MORROA. (GENOA LNIV., ITALY. DEPT. DI FISICA MATEMATICA) P 156-8.
38. FLUCTUATION EFFECTS IN THE TRANSPORT COEFFICIENTS OF LIQUID (3)HE. BY PAL,A.
BHATTACHARYYAP. (TATA INST. OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH, BOMBAY, INDIA) P 175-7.
39. SHEAR INDUCED PHASE TRANSITIONS IN SIMPLE FLUIDS. BY EVANS,O.J. HANLEYtH.J.M.
(NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER, CCLO. THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES CIV.)
P 178-80.
40. EIGENSTATES AND EIGENVALUES OF A CURRENT BIASED JOSEPHSON JUNCTION. BY ROGOVIN,D.
SCULLY,M. (SCIENCE APPLICATIONS, INC., LA JOLLA, CALIF.) P 199-200.
41. A NEW FORMULA FOR THE ISOTOPE EFFECT IN STRONG COUPLING SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY JAIN.SC.
KACHHAVAC.M. (RAJASTHaN UNIV., JAIPUR, INCIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 201-3.
42. TEMPORAL STRUCTURE OF THE FLUX-FLOW VOLTAGE IN THE CURRENT-INDUCED DISSIPATIVE STATE OF
A THIN-FILM SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY PARISIJ. BUCKb. MUEHLEMEIERB. HUEBENERR.P.
(TUEBINGEN UNIV., GERMANY. PHYSIKALISCHES INST. II) P 204-6.
43. HELICAL VORTEX INSTABILITY LIMITS LONGITUDINAL CURRENT IN TYPE-Il SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY
BRANDT,E.H. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER METALLFORSCHUNG, STUTTGART, GERMANY. INST. FUER
PHYSIK) P 207-9.

APPL. PHYS. VOL 23, NO. 1 (SEP 1980)
44. THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF AMPLITUDE- AND PHASE-SENSITIVE DETECTION TO THE SYNCHRONOUS
DEMODULATION IN A RF SQUID MAGNETOMETER. BY KRENNH. GROSSF. (GRAZ UNIV., AUSTRIA.
INST. FUER EXPERIPENTALPHYSIK) P 73-87.

PHYSICAL (UTRECHT) B+C VCL 101, NO. 1 (JUL 1980)
45. INVESTIGATION OF THE FAR-INFRARED PROPERTIES OF SUPERCONDUCTING MERCURY FILMS, BY DE
KORT,C.G.C.M. STOELINGA,J.H.M. WYDER,P. (NIJMECEN UNIV., NETHERLANDS. RESEARCH INST.
FOR MATERIALS) P 1-21.
46. VARIATIONAL CALCULATIONS OF THE BINDING ENERGY FOR LIQUID (3)HE AND (4)HE BY
PANOHARIPANDES METHOD. BY LUNNAN,E. CSTGAARD,E. (TRONDHEIM UNIV., NORWAY. FYSISK
INST.) P 22-52.
47. UNIFYING PHENOMENOLCGICAL APPROACH TO THE LONDON AND GINZBURG-LANDAU THEORIES OF
SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN THE GENERAL UNSTEADY CASE. BY GEURSTJ.A. (PHILIPS RESEARCH
LABS., EINDHOVEN, NETHERLANDS) P 82-97.






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PHYSICAL (UTRECHT) B+C VCL 101, NO. 1 (JUL 1980) (CONT.)
48. EXCITATION SPECTPFM AND SECOND VIRIAL IN HE II. BY KUMAR,M. KACHHAVAC.M. (RAJASTHAN
UNIV., JAIPUR, INCIA. CEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 9q-106.
49. QUANTUM NOISE IN YARIOUl CICDE; AT LOW TEMPERATURE. BY VAN DFR ZIFL,A. (MINNE:OTA
UNIV., MINNEAPOLIS. DEFT. OF ELECTRICAL FNGINEE;ING) P 107-10.

PHYSICAL (UTRECHT) B+C VCL 101, NO. 2 (AUG 1980)
50. INCOHERENT NEUTRON SCaTTErING STUDIES OF THE MOLECULAR E'R.IENTATIONAL MOTIONS IN Tw?
SOLID MODIFICATIONS OF ETHANE. BY DE GRAAF,L.A. STEENBERGEN,CHR. HEILMANN,A.
(INTERUNIVERSITAIF REACTOR INST., DELFT, NETHERLANDS) P 209-16.

J. PHYS. SOC. JPN. VOL 49, NO. 1 (JUL 1980)
51. SINGULARITIES OF AN I-V CURVE AND VOLTAGE FLUCTUIAT IONN IN IEFAL SUPECO-NDUJ'T INT c N3 FCIPrT
CONTACT. BY HAYASHIY. KATOT. OGAWAH. ET AL (NAGOYA UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS) P 53-6.
52. PRESSURE DEPENDENCE OF THERMAL CONjUCTIVITY OF LICUIC (3)HE AT VERY LOw TE"FEPd T'J;ES.
BY KOOAMA,T. MOPII,Y. FJJII.Y. ET AL (fOSlKA CITY U I'IV., JAPAN. 2EP'T. 'F FPHYSir )
P 57-61.
53. ESR OF SINGLET-GRCUNO-STATE MAGNETS AT VERY LOW TEMPERATL'RE. BY SHIMIZU,M. AJIRO,Y.
KOGA,K.-I. ABE,H. (ROCHESTER UNIV., N. Y. INST. OF OPTICS) P 170-7.
54. INTERNAL FRICTION PEAKS OF COLD WORKED PU*E ALUMINUM AND IT' OILUTE ALLOYS. BY
IWASAKI,K. (INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL RESEARCH, WAKO, JAPAN) P 271-8.

PPOC. NAT. ACAD. SCI. U. S. A. VOL 77, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
55. TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE DEPENDENCE OF VISCOSITY OF QUANTUM LIQUID HE-4 ACCORDING TO
SIGNIFICANT STRUCTURE THEORY. BY RYOO,R. JHON,M.S. EYRING,H. (ATOMIC ENERGY RESEFACH
INST., SEOUL, S. KOREA) P 4399-402.

FORTSCHR. PHYS. VOL 28, NO. 7 (1980)
56. ELECTROCYNAMICS OF SUPERCONDUCTORS AS A CONSEQUENCE OF LOCAL GAUGE INVARIANCE. BY
FUSCO-GIRARD,M. MANCINI,F. MARINAROM. (SALERNO UNIV., ITALY. FACULTY OF SCIENCE)
P 355-426.

CZECH. J. PHYS. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 30, NO. 8 (1980)
57. SIMPLE PAIR POTENTIAL MODEL FOR REAL FLUIDS. II. TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF DILUTE GASES.
BY NEZBEDA,I. LAEIKS. MALIJEVSKY,A. (CZECHOSLOVAK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, PRAGUE.
INST. OF CHEMICAL PROCESS FUNDAMENTALS) P 862-9.
58. MONTE CARLO STUDIES OF MIXTURES OF HARD SPHERES AND SPHEROCYLINDERS II. (LETTER TO THE
EDITOR). BY NEZBEDA,I. BOUBLIKT. (CZECHCSLOVAK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, PRAGUE. INST.
OF CHEMICAL PROCESS FUNDAMENTALS) P 953-6.

J. INDIAN INST. SCI. SECT. A VOL 62, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
59. AN EQUATION OF STATE FOR SOME GASES. BY CHANCRASHEKARA,M.N. SESHACRI,D.N. (INDIAN
INST. OF SCIENCE, BANGALORE. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 45.

JETP LETT. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 31, NO. 8 (APR 1980)--(TRANSL. OF ZH. EKSP. TEOR. FIZ.
VOL 31, NO. 8, APR 1980)
60. FRFF-CARRIER CYCLOTRON RESONANCE IN NONUNIFCRMLY REFORMED GERMANIUM. BY MAKAROV,A.G.
MANENKOV,A.A. MIKHAILOV,G.N. SEFEROVA.S. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW.
INST. OF PHYSICS) P 412-5.
61. SIZE EFFECT IN THE ABSORPTION OF HYPERSOUND IN DIELECTRIC MATERIALS. BY GULYAEV,YU.V.
IVANOVS.N. KOZOREZOV,A.G. ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
RADIO ENGINEERING AND ELECTRONICS) P 418-21.
62. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF SCLID HYDROGEN SOLUTIONS IN PALLADIUM ALLOYS WITH NOBLE METALS. BY
ANTONOV,V.E. BELASHI.T. PONYATOVSKII,E.G. RASHUPKIN,V.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 422-4.
63. OBSERVATION OF THE EFFECT OF SUPERCONDUCTING STATE ON THE MOBILITY OF DISLOCATIONS IN
NBe BY KARPOV,I.V. LEIKO,E.B. NADGORNII,E.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR,
MOSCOW. INST. OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 438-40.

SOV. PHYS. OOKL. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 24, NO. 12 (DEC 1979)
64. SUPERCONDUCTING DIPOLAR MAGNETIC SYSTEM WITH A SADDLE-SHAPED WINDING OF A RIBBON OF THE
INTERMETALLIC COMPOUND NB(3)SN. BY ZHIMERIN,D.G. BUSHILOV,V.A. BASHKIROV,YU.A. ET AL
P 1016-8.

DOKL. AKAD. NAUK SSSR SER. FIZ. VOL 253, NO. 4 (1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
65. NIOBIUM STATE PHOTON DENSITY FEATURES DETERMINED BY THE METHOD OF TUNNELING THROUGH
SCHOTTKY BARRIER. BY FEOOTOV,V.IU. SAVITSKII,E.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR,
MOSCOW. INST. OF METALLURGY) P 877-8.

SOV. PHYS. USP. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 23, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
66. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF (3)HE-(4)HE QUANTUM SOLUTIONS. BY 8ASHKIN,E.P. MEIEROVICH,A.E.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICAL PROBLEMS) P 156-75.






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PHYS. MET. METALLCGR. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 47, NO. 4 (JUN 1980)--(TRANSL. OF FIZ. MET.
METALLOVED. VOL 47, NO. 4, 1979)
67. ELECTRICAL AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF PALLACIUM-TUNGSTEN ALLOYS. (80-300 K), BY
KLYUYEVAtI.B. KURANOV,A.A. CHEMERINSKAYAL.S. ET AL P 46-9.
68. NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN COMPOUNDS LANI(3)-HYDROGEN ANO LA(Z)NI(I7-HYDROGEN, BY
KHODOSOVtYE.F. LINNIKA.I. KOEZENKO,G.F. IVANCHENKOV.G. P 165-7.
69. LOW-TEMPERATURE RESISTIVITY ANOMALIES IN NICKEL-MANGANESE. NICKEL-MANGANESE-COBALT (OR
IRON) ALLOYS. BY CHERENKCVV.A. ROGELEERG,I.L. BEYLIN,V.M. P 16e-70.
70. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF COMPOUNDS (TI, ZR, HF)MN(2) AND CO(3)MN(3)SI(2). BY
SHAVISHVILITT.M. MESKHISHVILIA.I. ANDRIACZE,T.O. P 184-5.

PHYS. MET. METALLCGR. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 47, NO. 5 (JUL 1980)--ITRANSL. OF FIZ. MET.
METALLOVED. VOL 47, NO. 5, 1979)
71. INFLUENCE OF COPPER ON THE CRITICAL CURRENT OF CIFFUSION LAYERS OF SUPERCONDUCTIVE
COMPOUND NB(3)(ALt GE). BY DUKHOVNIII.S. KORZHOVV.P. SHMIOTV.V. P 27-31.
72. RESISTIVITY CHANGES DURING THE HEATING OF ALLOYS FE-NI-V. (77 K). BY ZAITSEVAR.O.
PERKAS.M.D. P 58-61.
73. THE ROSE MECHANISM OF CHANNEL FORMATION IN ZINC. (77 K). BY FEOOROVV.A. FINKELtV.M.
PLOTNIKOVV.P. P 125-33.
74. VARIATIONS IN THE FLOW STRESS AND RESISTIVITY OF POLYCRYSTALLINE ZIRCONIUM DURING
ALTERNATING LOW-TEMPERATURE DEFORMATION AND ANNEALING. BY GINOIN,I.A. STARODUBOV,YA.D.
SOKOLENKOV.I. ET AL P 148-52.
75. INFLUENCE OF SILICON ON THE PHASE COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL SUPERCONDUCTIVE TRANSITION
POINT OF NIOBIUM-GERMANIUM ALLOY. BY PANV.M. OULIKO.G. LATYSHEVAV.I. P 192-5.

J. PHYS. CHEM. SOLIDS VOL 41, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
76. THE THERMODYNAMICS OF ELASTIC DEFORMATION. I. EQUATION OF STATE FOR SOLIDS. BY
TALLON.J.L. (TECHNICAL UNIV. OF DENMARK, LYNGBY. OEPT. OF STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF
MATERIALS) P 837-50.
77. REORDERING KINETICS OF CISORDERED A15 COMPOLNOS. BY DEW-HUGHES,0. (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL
LAB., UPTON, N. Y.) P 851-61.
78. MAGNETIC AND ELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF ANTIMCNY SELENIDE (SB(2)SE(3)) CRYSTALS. BY
CHAKRABORTY,B.R. RAY,B. BHATTACHARYAR. OUTTA,A.K. (INDIAN ASSOC. FOR THE
CULTIVATION OF SCIENCE, CALCUTTA) P 913-7.

J. PHYS. CHEM. SOLIDS VOL 41, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
79. SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES AND STRUCTURAL PHASE TRANSFORMATION OF NB(2)N INDUCED BY
C(j)- AND N(t)-IMPLANTATION. BY SKOKAN,M.R. SKELTONE.F. CUKAUSKASE. (NAVAL
RESEARCH LAB., WASHINGTCN, 0. C.) P 977-80.

J. LESS-COMMON MET. VOL 73, NO. 1 (SEP 1980)
80. HEAT CAPACITIES AND THERMODYNAMIC FUNCTIONS OF LANI(5), LANI(5)H(0.36) AND
LANI(5)H(6.39) FROM 5 TO 300 K. BY OHLENDORF,0. FLOTOWtH.E. (MUENETER UNIV., GERMANY.
INST. FUER PHYSIKALISCHE CHEMIE) P 25-32.

THIN SOLIC FILMS VOL 71, NO. 1 (AUG 1980)
81. ELECTRIC CHARGE IN BINARY MIXTURES OF NON-POLAR MOLECULES CRYOCONDENSED AT LOW
TEMPERATURES. BY SUJAKB. CHRZANOWSKI,J. (WROCLAW UNIV., POLAND. INST. OF
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS) P 47-52.

SOLID STATE COMMUN. VOL 35, NO. 10 (SEP 1980)
82. THE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF SC(5)T(4)SI(10)(T = CO, RHt IR) AND ISOMORPHOUS COMPOUNDS. BY
BRAUNH.F. SEGREC.U. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., SAN DIEGO, LA JOLLA. INST. OF PURE AND
APPLIED PHYSICAL SCIENCES) P 735-8.
83. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE NEAR-INFRARED AND VISIBLE REFLECTANCE SPECTRUM OF
TTF-TCNQ. BY CAO,Y. YAKUSHIK. KURODAH. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 739-44.
84. THE TRANSITION TEMPERATURE OF CUCR/PB PROXIMITY SANDWICHES IN THE COOPER LIMIT BY
VANHAESENDONCKC. VANDERCRIESL. BRUYNSERAEOEY. GILABERTA. (LOUVAIN UNIV.,
BELGIUM. LAB. VOOR VASTE STOF-FYSIKA EN MAGNETISME) P 805.

SOLID STATE COMMON. VOL 35, NO. 11 (SEP 1980)
85. COMMENT ON THE LOW TEMPERATURE SPECIFIC HEAT OF FERROELECTRICS, ANTIFERROELECTRICS, AND
RELATED MATERIALS. BY EURNS.G. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.)
P 811-4.
86. INCREASED ANOMALOUS LOW-TEMPERATURE SPECIFIC HEAT OF VITREOUS SILICA DUE TO HELIUM OR
NEON SOLUTES. BY VANMAAREN,M.H. OLIJHOEK,J.F. PARLEVLIETC. (PHILIPS RESEARCH LABS.,
EINOHOVEN, NETHERLANDS) P 867-70.
87. PRESSURE TRANSITIONS IN SOLID H2 BELOW 0.5 K. BY HAASE9D.G. SEARS,J.O. ORBAN,R.A.
(NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV., RALEIGH. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 891-4.

PHYS. CHEM. LIQ. VOL 9, NO. 4 (1980)
88. ON THE THERMODYNAMICS OF LIQUID MIXTURES OF TWO N-ALKANES. BY LIEBERMANNE. (VIENNA
UNIV., AUSTRIA. INST. FUER PHYSIKALISCHE CHEMIE) P 323.







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INT. J. THEOR. PHYS. VOL 19, NO. 7 (JUL 1980)
89. DIRAC MECHANICS AND LANDON TWO-FLLID MOCEL IN (4)HE II. BY kO0RIGUEZ-GOMEZJ,. (CARACAS
UNIV., VENEZUELA. CEPT. CE MATEMATICA Y FISICAl P 477-84.

APPL. SPECTROSC. VOL 34, NO. 5 (SEP-OCT 1980)
90. INFRARED INTENSITY MEASLPEMENTS OF CRYODEPOSITED FILMS OF NH(3), NH(4)HS, H(2)S, ASN
ASSIGNMENTS OF APEORPTICN BANDS. BY FERRAROJ.R. SILL,G. FI NKU. (LCT'La UNIIJ.,
CHICAGO, ILL. DEFT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 525-32.

J. PHYS. CHEM. VOL 84, NO. 21 (OCT 1980)
91. MAGNETIC CIRCULAR DICHROISM AND CRYOGENIC OPTICAL STUDY OF PMOTOCHEMICALLY IMPORTAfNT.
PNICTIDE-CONTAINIFG TRANSITION METAL CAFEONYLS. PY SCHREINE .A.F. AMFR.S. DUN CIANW.M.
DAHLGRFN,P.M. (NCRTH CAROLINA STATE UrIV., RALEIGH. 'EPT. OF CHE-ISTFY) P 2b 8 -'10.
92. PRESSURE BROADENIbG OF ACETYLENE ROTATIONAL RAMAN LINES By ARGON. BY CERTI,M.
FRENKEL,D. MCTAGUE,J.P. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES. DEPT. 'F CHEMISTRY)
P 2694-5.

MOL. PHYS. VOL 40, NO. 4 (JUL 1980)
93. A CAVITY-9IASED (T, V, MU) MONTE CARLO METHOD FOR THE COMPUTER SIMULATION OF FLUIDS. BY
MEZEI,M. (HUNTER COLL., NEW YORK, N. Y.) P 901-6.
94. ON THE INVERSION CF SECCN[ VIRIAL COEFFICIENT DATA DERIVED FROM AN NDI SCLO'SEO POTENTIAL
ENERGY FUNCTION. BY SMITH,E.B. TINDELLA.R. WELLS,B.H. TILDESLEY,O.J. (OXFORC
UNIV., ENGLAND. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LAB.) P 997-8.

MOL. PHYS. VOL 40, NO. 5 (AUG 1980)
95. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS CALCULATION OF THE DIELECTRIC CONSTANT. III. DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF A
FLUID OF 2-0 STOCKMAYER MOLECULES. BY BROT,C. BOSSIS,G. HESSE-BEZOT,C. (NICE LNIV.,
FRANCE) P 1053-72.
96. LIGHT SCATTERING CRIENTATIONAL MEMORY FUNCTIONS FOR FLUID N(2) AT MODERATE DENSITIES.
BY DE SANTIS,A. NARDONE,M. SAMPOLI,M. (VENICE UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO IC FISICA)
P 1185-96.
97. COMPUTER SIMULATION OF HIGHLY POLAR LIQUIOS. THE HARD SPHERE PLUS POINT DIPOLE
POTENTIAL. BY ADAMS,D.J. (SOUTHAMPTON UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 1261-71.
98. AB INITIO CALCULATIONS CF INTERPOLECULAR POTENTIALS. THE GROUND STATE OF THE AR(2) VAN
DER WAALS DIMER. BY SPIEGELMANNF. MALRIEU,J.-P. (PAUL SABATIER UNIV., TOULOUSE,
FRANCE) P 1273-84.

MOL. PHYS. VOL 40, NO. 6 (AUG 1980)
99. PERTURBATION THEORY FOR CHARGED HARD SPHERES. BY HENDERSOND. BLUFL. (IBM RESEARCH
LABS., SAN JOSE, CALIF.) P 1509-11.
100. THE SECOND DIELECTRIC VIRIAL COEFFICIENT OF DIPOLAR HARD-SPHERE FLUIDS. BY
BUCKINGHAM*A.D. JOSLINC.G. (CAMBRIDGE UNIV., ENGLAND. CHEMICAL LAB.) P 1513-6.

INT. J. QLANTUM CHEM. VOL 18, NO. 3 (SEP 19801
101. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS OF CRYSTALLINE AMMONIA. AB INITIO CALCULATION BY SCF OF THE
ELECTRONIC ENERGY. BY eRIDET,J. ODIOT,S. FLISZAR,S. (PASIS-6 UNIV., FRANCE. DEPT.
DES RECHERCHES PHYSIQUES) P 675-88.

J. SOLID STATE CHEM. VOL 34, NO. 1 (AUG 1980)
102. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF SOME TRANSITION METAL COMPOUNDS. BY CHRISTENSENA.N.
RASMUSSENS.E. TPIRUPG. (AARHUS UNIV., DENMARK. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 45-50.
103. NEUTRON DIFFRACTICN EXPERIMENTS ON CSCRI(3) AT 300, 77, AND 1.2 K. BY ZANOBERGEN,H.W.
IJOOtC.J.W. (LEICEN RIuKSUNIVERSITEIT, NETHERLANCS. GORLAEUS LABS.) P 65-70.


SECTION II. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

CRYOGENICS VOL 20, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
104. AN ADDITIONAL LOSS SOURCE IN CABLED MULTIFILAMENTARY SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY HLASNIK,I.
RIESG. POLAK,M. KREMPASKY,L. (CZECHOSLOVAK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, ERATISLAVA.
ELECTROTECHNICAL INST.) P 491-8.
105. TAKE-OFF AND RECOVERY CURRENT EEHAVIOUR OF COPPER STABILIZED NBTI. BY BRODBECK,T.
SEIBTE. (KERNFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM KARLSRUHE, GERMANY. INST. FUER TECHNISCHE PHYSIK)
P 499-502.
106. LOW TEMPERATURE PECULIARITIES OF PLASTIC DEFORMATION IN TITANIUM ANC ITS ALLOYS, BY
MOSKALENKOV.A. STARTSEV,V.I. KOVALEVAV.N. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN
SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOh TEMPERATURES) P 503-8.
107. STRAIN GAUGES FOR SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNET TESTING. BY WALSTROMP.L. (OAK RIDGE NATIONAL
LAB,t TENN.) P 589-12.
108. STABILITY IN SUPERCONDUCTING MULTISTRAND CABLES. BY RIES,G. (KERNFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM
KARLSRUHE, GERMANY. INST. FUEE TECHNISCHE PHYSIK) P 513-9.
109. A NBTI 1OT 388MM EORE MAGNET WORKING AT 1.8 K IN PRESSURIZED SUPERFLUID HELIUM, BY
AYMARR. GENEVEYP. PALANQUES. ET AL (COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIGUE,
FONTENAY-AUX-ROSES, FRANCE. CENTRE D ETUDES NUCLEAIRES) P 521-4.







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CRYOGENICS VOL 20, NO. 9 (SEP 1980) (CONT.)
110. SPECIFIC HEAT OF HALOCARBCN 25-5S GREASE (POLYCHLOROTRIFLUOROETHYLENE IN SILICA GEL)
BELOW 4.5 K. BY GRAVES,R.J. WHITE,H.W. (MISSOURI UNIV., COLUMBIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 525-6.
111. SPECIFIC HEAT OF NICHROPE, 2-30 K. BY LAWLESS,W.N. (LAKE SHORE CRYOTRONICS, INC.,
WESTERVILLE, OHIO) P 527-6.
112. 7?0MM DIAMETER CPYOSTAT! OPERATING AT 1.8 K AND ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE. BY AUGUERESJL.
AYMAR,R. BON MARCICN,G. ET AL (COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATCMIQUE, SACLAY, FRANCE.
DIV. DE LA PHYSIQUE) P 529-33.
113. A NEW SET-UP FOR THE OBSERVATICN OF MAGNETIC STRUCTURES IN UNIAWIAL MATERIALS AT
TEMPERATURES ABOVE 4.2 K. BY HABERMEIER,H.U. ZAISSR. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER
METALLFORSCHUNG, STUTTGART, GERMANY. INST. FUER FHYSIK) P 535-8.
114. ON THE COOLING OF FORCE FLOW CABLE CONDUCTORS FOR SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNETS. BY
OZISIK,M.N. TREPP,CH. BAUMANNH.P. (NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV., RALEIGH. MECHANICAL
AND AEROSPACE ENGINEERIbG DEPT.) P 539-41.

CRYOGENICS VOL 20, NO. 10 (OCT 1980)
115. WORLDWIDE CRYOGENICS US. CRYOGENICS AT THE LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LABORATORY. BY
KELLER,W.E. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. MEX. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CRYOGENIC
ENGINEERING GROUP) P 547-57.
116. STABILITY OF INTERNALLY COOLED SUPERCONDUCTORS A REVIEW BY ORESNERL. (OAK RIDGE
NATIONAL LAB., TENN.) P 558-63.
117. MEASUREMENT OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY UNDER HIGH PRESSURES. BY KAWAPURAH. TACHIKAWAoK.
(NATIONAL RESEARCH INST. FOR METALS, IBARAKI, JAPAN) P 564-6.
118. LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS GELS. BY REIDR.C. WILKENS,L.S. VIRKP.S. (MASSACHUSETTS INST.
OP TECH., CAMBRIDGE. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 567-70.
119. INFLUENCE OF LOSSES ON THE STABILITY OF A HIGH CURRENT DENSITY SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNET
FINDING DURING THE ENERGY REMOVAL PROCESS. BY LUPPOVV.G. KABAT,0. SHISHOV,Y.A.
OATSKOVV.I. (JOINT INST. FOR NUCLEAR RESEARCH, DUBNA, USSR. HIGH ENERGY LAB.)
P 571-4.
120o SAFETY AND RELIABILITY IN SUPERCONDUCTING FUSION MAGNET SYSTEMS. BY HSIEHS.Y.
LAVERICKtC. POWELLJ.R. REICHM. (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. Y.) P 575-86.
121. PRESSURE DROP IN SELECTED POROUS MATERIALS USED FOR THERMAL REGENERATORS. BY APPELsH.
EDERF.X. (BAYERISCHE AKADEMIE OER WISSENSCHAFTEN, MARCHING, GERMANY. ZENTRALINSTITUT
FUER TIEFTEMPERATURFORSCHUNG) P 587-91.
122. OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE WITH THE OXFORD HYBRID MAGNET INCLUDING A DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROCEDURES DEVELOPED FOR ITS SAFE AND RELIABLE REGULAR OPERATION. BY HUOSON,P.A.
JONES,H. (OXFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. CLARENDON LAB.) P 593-8.
123. A PROPOSAL TO REDUCE TRAINING IN SUPERCONDUCTING COILS. BY HASSENZAHLW.V. (LOS ALAMOS
SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. MEX.) P 599.
124. TEMPERATURE STABILIZED ADIABATIC DEMAGNETIZATION FOR SPACE APPLICATIONS, BY KITTEL,P.
(NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION, MOFFET FIELD, CALIF. AMES RESEARCH
CENTER) P 599-601.
125. PUMPING LIQUID HELIUM. BY KALANTARA.H. (ALBERTA UNIV., EDMONTON. DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY)
P 601.
126. MOLAR VOLUMES OF ORTHOBARIC LIQUID ARGON. BY ALEURQUERQUEG.M.N. CALADOJ.C.G. NUNES
OA PONTEM. PALAVRA,A.P.F. CENTROO DE QUIMICA ESTRUTURAL, LISBON, PORTUGAL. COMPLEX
I) P 601-4.

J. CHEM. ENG. DATA VOL 25, NO. 4 (OCT 1980)
127. THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF MAGNESIUM POTASSIUM CRTHOPHOSPHATE HEXAHYDRATE. BY
LUFFB.B. REED,R.B. (TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY, MUSCLE SHOALS, ALA. DIV. OF CHEMICAL
DEVELOPMENT) P 310-2.
128. LTQUID-VAPOR EQUILIBRIA FOR THE N(2) + CH(4) + C(2)H(6) SYSTEM FROM 260 TO 280 K. BY
GUPTAsM.K. GARDNERG.C. HEGARTYM.J. KIDNAYA.J. COLORADOO SCHOOL OF MINES, GOLDEN.
OEPT. OF CHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM-REFINING ENGINEERING) P 313-8.
129. SOLID SOLUBILITIES OF NAPHTHALENE AND BIPHENYL IN SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE. BY
MCHUGH,M. PAULAITISM.E. (DELAWARE UNIV., NEWARK. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING)
P 326-9.
130. VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIA FOR THE SYSTEM N-HEPTANE-O-XYLENE AT 348.1. 358.1, AND 368,3 K.
BY PROUSTP.C. RAMIREZA.L. YIANATOSJ.B. (UNIVERSIOAD CATOLICA DE VALPARAISO, CHILE.
ESCUELADE INGENIERIA QUIMICA) P 329-31.
131. ESTIMATION OF THERMAL DIFFUSION FACTORS IN GAS MIXTURES FROM DIFFUSION THERMOEFFECT
EXPERIMENTS. 4. HELIUM-METHANE. BY BOUSHEHRI,A. ABSARDI,J.M. (SHIRAZ UNIV., IRAN.
DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 333-4.
132. PROPANE-CARBON CICXIDE AND PROPYLENE-CARBON DIOXIDE MIXTURE ADSORPTION IN 5A MOLECULAR
SIEVES. BY CROSSER,O.K. HONGB.V. (MISSOURI UNIV., ROLLA. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL
ENGINEERING) P 339-40.
133. DENSITIES OF N-HEXANE-AROMATIC HYDROCARBON MIXTURES. BY RICE,P. TEJAA.S.
(LOUGHBOROUGH UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY, ENGLAND. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 346-7.
134. PHASE EQUILIBRIA CF ETHYLENE ANC CERTAIN NORMAL PARAFFINS. BY KOHNJ.P. ANORLEE.S.
LUKSeK.D. COLMENARES,J.D. (NOTRE DAME UNIV., INC. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING)
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J. CHEM. ENG. DATA VOL 25, NO. 4 (OCT 1980) (CONT.)
135. VOLUMETRIC BEHAVIOR OF ETHYLENE AND ETHYLENE-HYOROGEN MIXTURES. BY PRASADO,.H.L.
VISWANATH.D.S. (INDIAN INST. OF SCIENCE, BANGALORE. OEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING)
P 374-8.
136. GAS-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM IN MIXTURES OF METHANE PLUS 9,10-DIHYDROPHENANTHRENE AT ELEVATED
TEMPERATURES AND PRESSURES. BY SEBASTIAN,H.M. LINH.-M. CHAOtK.-C. (PURDUE UNIV.,
NEST LAFAYETTE, IND. SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 379-81.
137. GAS-LIQUID EQUILIBRIUM OF CARBON DIOXIDE PLUS M-CRESOL AND CARBON DIOXIDE PLUS QUINOLINE
AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURES. BY SEBASTIANH.M. LINH.-M. CHAOK.-C. PURSUEE UNIV., NEST
LAFAYETTE, INO. SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 381-3.

CHEM. ENG. (N.Y.) VOL 87, NO. 22 (NOV 1980)
138. SEARCH FOR ENERGY UNEARTHS PEAT. BY BERRYR.I. P 35+37+39.
139. HOW TO SELECT MATERIALS. BY KIRBYG.N. TOMSS RIVER CHEMICAL CORP., N. J.) P 86-131.

HYDROCARBON PROCESS. VOL 59, NO. 10 (OCT 1980)
140. MORE FEDERAL FUNDS GOING INTO U.S. SYNFUELS. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 11.
141. NEW FORECAST OF ENERGY TRENDS GIVEN FOR MAJOR INDUSTRIAL NATIONS. P 15+17.
142. CONCEPTUAL ERROR PAY CONTAMINATE ENERGY FORECASTS, ANALYSTS SAY. P 21+23.
143. LNG SEEN AS GROWING SEGMENT OF WORD ENERGY RESOURCES. P 25.
144. CUT DEMETHANIZER ENERGY COSTS. BY HUANGW. (OPERATION SIMULATION ANALYSIS INC., SAN
FRANCISCO, CALIF.) P 105-8.

BER. BUNSENGES. PHYS. CHEP. VOL 84, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
145. THE SECOND VIRIAL COEFFICIENTS OF DIFFERENT GAS MIXTURES IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE FROM
213 TO 475 K. (11 GERMAN). BY SCHMIEDELH. GEHRMANNR. SCHRAMMB. (HEIDELBERG
UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER PHYSIKALISCHE CHEMIE) P 721-3.
146. EXCESS ENTHALPIES OF LIQUID ALKANE MIXTURES AT PRESSURES UP TO 500 BAR. I. EXPERIMENTAL
RESULTS. BY HEINTZ,A. LICHTENTHALERR.N. (HEIDELBERG UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER
PHYSIKALISCHE CHEMIE) P 727-31.
147. THE STATIC DIELECTRIC CONSTANT OF HATER AT HIGH PRESSURES AND TEMPERATURES TO 500 MPA
AND 550 DEGREES C. BY PEGERK. UEMATSUM. FRANCK,E.U. (FACHHOCHSCHULE KREFELOD
GERMANY. FACHBEREICH CHEMIE) P 758-61.
148. CALCULATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF DENSITY ON THE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF GASEOUS MIXTURES.
BY KESTINsJ. WAKEHAM.W.A. (BROWN UNIV., PROVIDENCE, R. I. OIV. OF ENGINEERING)
P 762-8.

CHEM. TECH. (LEIPZIG) VOL 32, NO. 9 (SEP 1980) (IN GERMAN)
149. ESTIMATION OF THE CRITICAL VOLUME FROM CRITICAL TEMPERATURE AND SATURATED LIQUID VOLUME.
BY WESTMEIERtS. (VEB LEUNA WERKE WALTER ULBRICHT, LEUNA, EAST GERMANY) P 477.

AERONAUT. J. VOL 84, NO. 835 (AUG 1980)
150. A STUDY OF THE TEMPERATURES ACHIEVABLE BY EXPANSION OF HIGH PRESSURE GAS. (TECHNICAL
NOTE). BY MOHANS.R. STCLLERYJ.L. (CRANFIELO INST. OF TECH., BECFORO, ENGLAND.
COLL. OF AERONAUTICS) P 253.

IEEE TRANS. POWER APPAR. SYST. VOL 99, NO. 4 (JUL-AUG 1980)
151. ELECTROMECHANICAL VIBRATION IN THE RADIATION SHIELD OF A TURBOGENERATOR WITH A
SUPERCONDUCTING FIELD WINDING. BY BRATOLJICT. LORENZENqH.W. SCHOLZW. (BROWN BOVERI
AND CO., LTD., BACEN, SWITZERLAND) P 1371-80.

ARCH. NACHRICHTENTECH. NTZ VOL 2, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
152. INVESTIGATION OF JOSEPHSON POINT CONTACT MIXERS IN THE MILLIMETER-WAVE REGION. BY
VOWINKELB. (BONN UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER RACIOASTRONOMIE) P 151.

ALTA FREQ. VOL 49, NO. 4 (JUL-AUG 1980)
153. PROPOSAL FOR A PROCESS OF URANIUM ISOTOPE SEPARATION BY EXCITATION VIBRATIONAL ANC
HYPERFINE LEVELS IN UF6 CRYOGENIC SOLUTION. (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY SACEROOTI,G.
(ROME UNIV., ITALY) P 304.

REV. SCI. INSTRUM. VOL 51, NO. 10 (OCT 1980)
154. SINGLE CRYSTAL FILTERS FOR NEUTRON SPECTROMETRY. BY NIEMAN,H.F. TENNANT,D.C.
DOLLINGG. (ATOMIC ENERGY OF CANADA RESEARCH CO., CHALK RIVER, ONTARIO. CHALK RIVER
NUCLEAR LABS.) P 1299-303.
155. LIGHT SCATTERING CELL FOR STUDYING CRYSTALS UNDER UNIAXIAL STRESS. BY COPICM.
ZGONIKM. LAVRENCICB.B. INSTITUTET JOZEF STEFAN, LJUBLJANA, YUGOSLIVIA) P 1323-5.
156. PULSED MAGNET FOR MAGNETO-OPTICAL EXPERIMENTATION. BY TRABJERGI. (COPENHAGEN UNIV.,
DENMARK. H.C. OERSTED INST.) P 1326-9.
157. SIMPLE CLAMP PRESSURE CELL UP TO 30 KBAR. EY FUJIWARA,H. KADOMATSUH. TOHMAtK.
(HIROSHIMA UNIV., JAPAN. FACULTY OF SCIENCE) P 1345-8.
158. COAXIAL COUPLER FCR A 9 GHZ EPR/ENDOR CRYOSTAT. EY ISAACSON,R.A. LULICHC.
OSEROFFS.B. CALVOR. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., SAN DIEGO, LA JOLLA. OEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 1409-11.








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REV. SCI. INSTRUM. VOL 51, NO. 10 (OCT 1980) (CONT.)
159. IMPROVED METHOD FOR MEASURING TUNNELING CONDUCTANCE. BY FLESNERL.D. SILVER.A.H.
(NAVAL OCEAN SYSTEMS CENTER, SAN DIEGO, CALIF.) P 1411-2.
160. NOVEL MAGNET-CRYOSTAT FOR HALL EFFECT ST7UIES AT LOW TEMPERATURE. EY MENEZESIC.
INSTITUTEO POLITECNICO NATIONAL, MEXICO CITY. CENTRO DE INVESTIGATION Y DE ESTUDIOS
AVANZADOS) P 1415-6.

NUCL. INSTRUM. METHODS VOL 174, NO. 3 (AUG 1980)
161. TEST OF IRON-LIQUID ARGCN AND LEAD-LIQUIC ARGON SAMPLING CALORIMETERS FOR DETECTION OF
ELECTROMAGNETIC SHOWERS, BY ASANOgY. MIYAJIMAP. NAGASHIMAY. ET AL (NATIONAL LAB.
FOR HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, IBARAKI, JAPAN) P 357-E2.

MEAS. TECH. (USSR) (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 23, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)--(TRANSL. OF IZMEP. TEKH.
VOL 23, NO. 2, FEE 1980)
162. DEVELOPMENT OF LON-TEMPERATURE THERMOMETRY AND THERMOPHYSICS. BY ASTROVO.N. P 121-4.
163. STANDARD LOW-TEMPERATURE VIBRATION-PROOF PLATINUM RESISTANCE THERMOMETER. BY
VORFOLOMEEVS.F. KYTING.A. ANOKHINAtT.N. P 125.
164. STANOARC APPARATUS FOR MEASURING ISOBARIC SPECIFIC HEAT OF SOLIDS AT PRESSURES UP TO 250
MPA. BY MILNER,G.A. PCNOMARENKOE.I. P 126-8.
165. APPARATUS FOR GRACUATION OF LOh-TEMPERATURE THERMOMETERS IN THE PRESENCE OF STRONG
MAGNETIC FIELDS. BY ABILCVG.S. ASTROVO,.N. ALSHINB.I. P 129-33.
166. NEW REFERENCE POINTS ON THE BASIS OF SUPERCONDUCTING METALS. BY POGORELOVAO.F.
KYTING.A. ASTROvMD.N. P 134-5.

METALL. TRANS. A VOL 11, NO. 10 (OCT 1980)
167. THE EFFECTS OF HYCPOGEN ON THE CREEP RUPTURE PROPERTIES OF FE-NI ALLOYS. BY
SIHUSTER,G.B.A. YESKER.A. ALTSTETTERC.J. (ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA. DEPT. OF
METALLURGY AND MINING ENGINEERING) P 1657-64.

LOS ALAMOS SCI. VOL 1, NO. 1 (SUMMER 1980)
168. HIGH-TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY A METALLURGICAL APPROACH. BY GIORGIA.L.
STEWARTG.R. SMITH,J.L. MATTHIASB.T. P 28-39.

EXP. MECH. VOL 20, NO. < (SEP 1980)
169. THE RECRYSTALLIZATICN TECHNIQUE FOR LOCAL PLASTIC-ZONE OBSERVATION IN TYPE 304 STAINLESS
STEEL IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE OF -196 DEGREES TO 950 DEGREES C. BY IINOY. (TOHOKU
UNIV., SENDAI, JAPAN. CEPT. OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE) P 316-9.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 999, NO. 2 (OCT 1980)
170. WIND TUNNEL FREEZER. BY SULLIVANtJ.J. PPINE.E.C. (GRACE (W. R.) AND CO., NEW YORK, N.
Y.) PATENT NO. 4,227,381.
171. ARRANGEMENT FOR COOLING ThE ROTOR OF AN ELECTRIC MACHINE, ESPECIALLY A TURBINE TYPE
GENERATOR. BY ELSELW. (SIEMENS A.G., MUNICH, GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,228,374.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 999, NO. 3 (OCT 1980)
172. HEAT EXCHANGERS. BY GRENIER,M. (L AIR LIQUID, PARIS, FRANCE. SOCIETY ANONYME POUR L
ETUDE ET L EXPLOITATION DES PROCEDES GEORGES CLAUDE) PATENT NO. 4,228,660.
173. CRYOGENIC APPARATUS. BY KLIPPINGG. (DEUTSCHE FORSCHUNGS- UNO VERSUCHSANSTALT FUER
LUFTUNO RAUMFAHRT E.V., KOELN, GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,228,662.
174. SELECTIVE ADSORPTION PROCESS. BY INTILLEG.M. (MONSANTO CO., ST. LOUIS, MO.) PATENT
NO. 4,229,188.
175. METHOD FOR LIQUIFYING NATURAL GAS. BY FOERGW.G. LINEE A.G.,
HOLLRIEGELSKREUTH/MUNICH, GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,229,195.
176. ATOMIC HYDROGEN STORAGE METHOD AND APPARATUS. BY WOOLLAM,J.A. (NATIONAL AERONAUTICS
AND SPACE ADMINISTRATIONh WASHINGTON, D. C.) PATENT NO. 4,229,196.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VCL 999, NO. 4 (OCT 1980)
177. CRYOGENIC FREEZER. BY KLEE,D.J. (AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS, INC., ALLENTCWN, PA.)
PATENT NO. 4,2299947.
178. LIQUID CARGO CONTAINER. EY ROEERTSW.M. KCHN,J. (BALTEK CORP., NORTHVALE, N. J.)
PATENT NO. 4,230,061.
179. DISTILLATION OF METHANE FROM A METHANE-CONTAINING CRUDE GAS. BY GRIMMP. BURR,P.
LINEE A.G., WIESEADEN, GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,230*469.
180. METHOD FOR SEPARATING KRYPTON ISOTOPES, 9Y PORTER,J.T. (GENERAL ATOMIC CO., SAN OIEGO,
CALIF.) PATENT NC. 4,230,547.
181. CRYOGENIC COLLIMATOR APPARATUS AND METHOD. BY WELLSG.J. VOORHEESK.J. (UTAH UNIV.,
SALT LAKE CITY) PATENT NO. 4,230,946.






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SECTION III. ENERGY ANO MISCELLANEOUS

PIPE LINE INO. VOL 53, NO. 4 (OCT 1980)
182. BRITISH GAS REPORTS MAJOR R AND 0 ADVANCES. (PLI STAFF REPORT). P 19-24.
183. VORTEX SHEDDING METERS DID IN AUTOMATING GAS STORAGE FACILITY. BY ACKERA. GIORGIS,O.
(MOUNTAIN FUEL SUPPLY CC., SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. TECHNICAL SERVICES DEPT.) F 31-4.

GAS PROCESSORS ASSOCIATION, PROC. ANNUAL CONVENTION, 59TH, (HOUSTON, TEX., MAR 17-19,
1980). GAS PROCESSORS ASSOCIATION, TULSA, OKLA. (1980)
184. THE EFFECT OF UNCERTAINTIES IN PHYSICAL AND TRANSPORT PROPERTIES CORRELATIONS ON THE
DESIGN AND OPERATION OF LNG PLANTS. BY CHATTERJEEN. (AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS,
INC., ALLENTOWN, PA.) P 1-4.
185. MAJOR REVISION OF THE PETROLEUM MEASUREMENT TABLES BY THE API. BY HANKINSONR.W.
SEGERSR.G. BUTKT.K. GIELZECKI,F.P. (PHILLIPS PETROLEUM CC., 9ARTLESVILLE, OKLA.)
P 5-11.
186. A NEW APPROACH TO EQUATION OF STATE DEVELOPMENT FOR PURE COMPOUNDS. BY LIU,A.E.
FONTENOT,C.E. HOLSTEJ.C. ET AL (QUANTUM DYNAMICS CORP., TARZANA, CALIF.) P 12-6.
187. MEASUREMENTS OF K-VALUES OF TRACE COMPONENTS IN SYNTHETIC GAS PROCESSING STREAMS. BY
ROBINSONR.L. (OKLAHOMA STATE UNIV., STILLKATER) P 17.
188. EVALUATION OF LEE-KESLER METHOD OF PREDICTING ENTRALPY DEPARTURES. BY NORRISV.L.
ERBAR,J.H. (OKLAPOMA STATE UNIV., STILLWATER) P 31-4.
189. SYNTHETIC FUELS A STATUS REPORT, BY WEISSA.J. (MCGRAW EDISON CO., BASKING RIDGE, N.
J.) P 35-43.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 43 (OCT 1980)
190. WORK RESUMES ON FLASH PYROLYSIS OF COAL. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 28.

CHEM. WEEK VOL 127, NO. 17 (OCT 1980)
191. TEXACO-LEC GROUP OFFERS A $3.8-BILLION SYNGAS PLAN. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 9.
192. GAS IS PLENTIFUL BUT PRICES ARE SOARING. P 23.

CHEM. WEEK VOL 127, NO. 19 (NOV 1980)
193. ENVIRONMENTALISTS TAKE ON THE SYNFUELS MOVEMENT. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 10.
194. TVA WILL BUILD ITS COAL GAS PLANT. P 18.
195. A NEW PLANT WILL GENERATE GAS FROM COAL FOR POWER, (A BRIEF REPORT). P 33.
196. A JOINT VENTURE MARKETS KOPPERS COAL GASIFICATION. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 33.

SIEMENS REV. VOL 47, NO. 4 (JUL-AUG 1980)
197. ENERGY FOR OUR WORLD, EY VONSIEMENS,P. (SIEMENS A.G., MUNICH, GERPANY) P 2-4.

INT. J. HYDROGEN ENERGY VOL 5, NO. 5 (1980)
198. AN ENTROPY PRODUCTION AND EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS OF THE BUNSEN REACTION IN THE GENERAL
ATOMIC SULFUR-IODINE THERMOCHEMICAL HYDROGEN PRODUCTION CYCLE. BY DAVIS,M.E.
CONGER,W.L. (KENTUCKY LNIV., LEXINGTON. DEPT. CF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 475-85.
199. THE ANODIC OXIDATION OF SULFUR DIOXIDE IN THE SULFURIC ACID HYBRID CYCLE. BY
STRUCK,B.D. JUNGINGER,R. BOLTERSDORF,C. GEHRMANNJ. (KERNFORSCHUNGSANLAGE JUELICH
G.M.B.H., GERMANY. IN!T. FUER CHEMIE) P 487-97.
200. THE THERMAL DECOMPOSITION OF HYDROGEN SULFIDE OVER TRANSITION METAL SULFIDES. BY
CHIVERST. HYNE,J.B. LAUC. (CALGARY UNIV., ALBERTA. OEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 499-506.
201. THERMOCHEMICAL WATER SPLITTING CYCLES IMPACT OF THERMAL BURCENS AND KINETICS. BY
ABRAHAM,B.M. (ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB., ILL. SOLID STATE SCIENCE DIV.) P 507-13.
202. THE SENSITIVITY OF ELEMENTARY REACTIONS FOR HYDRCGEN-OXYGEN IN A WELL STIRRED REACTOR.
BY RASHIOIM. (AFYA-MEIR UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY, TEHRAN, IRAN) P 515-26.
203. ON THE STUDY OF HYDROGEN PRODUCTION FROM WATER USING SOLAR THERMAL ENERGY. BY IHARAS.
(ELECTROTECHNICAL LAB., IBARAKI, JAPAN) P 527-34.
204. ON THE CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF TIFE HYDRIDES. BY BRLZZONE,G. OLCESEG.L. (GENOA UNIV.,
ITALY. ISTITUTO CI CHIPICA FISICA) P 535-7.
205. A STUDY ON HYDROGEN STORAGE BY USE OF CRYCACSORBENTS, BY CARPETISsC. PESCHKA,W.
(DEUTSCHE FORSCHUNGS- UND VERSUCHSANSTALT FUER LUFT- UND RAUMFAHRT E.V., STUTTGART,
GERMANY. INST. FUER TECHNISCHE PHYSIK) P 539-54.

ENERGY INT. J. VOL 5, NO. 10 (OCT 1980)
206. A SIMULATION MODEL OF MARKET EXPANSION POLICIES FOR NATURAL GAS DISTRIBUTION UTILITIES.
BY GULDMANN,J.-M. CZAMANSKID.Z. (OHIO STATE UNIV., COLUMBUS. OEPT. OF CITY AND
REGIONAL PLANNING) P 1013-43.
207. COST COMPARISON OF ENERGY PROJECTS DISCOUNTED CASH FLOW AND REVENUE REQUIREMENT
METHODS. BY PHUNGD.L. (OAK RIDGE ASSOCIATED UNIVERSITIES, INC., TENN. INST. FOR
ENERGY ANALYSIS) P 1053-72.
208. UNCERTAINTY AN ARGUMENT FOR MORE STRINGENT ENERGY CONSERVATION. BY CRAIGPP.P
LEVINE,M.O. MASSJ. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., CAVIS. DEPT. OF APPLIED SCIENCE) P 1073-83.





SUBJECT INDEX FOR CURRENT AWARENESS LIST NO. 716


SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE

Crystal Structure and Lattice Properties
8, 12, 13, 29, 30, 50, 54, 61, 63, 67, 73, 74,
76, 77, 78, 79, 81, 87, 101, 103, 167

Fluid Properties and Structure
1, 2, 11, 18, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 31, 38, 39,
46, 50, 52, 55, 57, 59, 62, 66, 87, 88, 90,
92 thru 101, 126, 128 thru 137, 145 thru 149,
184, 186, 187, 188

Magnetic Properties and Materials
7, 8, 9, 10, 17, 66, 67, 70, 78, 91, 113

Mossbauer Effect and Resonances 53, 60, 68

Optical Properties
14, 19, 83, 90, 91, 92, 96

Polymers 29, 30

Semiconductors 49, 60


UNIVE
11 111111111111111 111


PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY IIIII III III III
3 12
Sorption T32

Superconductors
3, 4, 5, 6, 17, 32, 33, 34, 35, 40 thru 45,
47, 51, 56, 62 thru 65, 71, 75, 77, 79, 82,
83, 84, 102, 104, 105, 107, 108, 109, 114,
116, 117, 119, 120, 122, 123, 151, 152, 166,
168, 171

Superfluidity 15, 16, 48, 89

Thermal Properties of Solids
27, 80, 85, 86, 110, 111, 127, 164

Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and


Transport Processes
11, 16, 24, 25, 26, 37,
66, 88, 89, 93, 94, 95,

Transport Properties of


14, 69, 72, 74

Other 22, 23, 28, 36, 115


38, 39, 55, 57, 58,
97, 98, 99

Solids


SECTION II AND III. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING AND ENERGY

Aerospace Safety 120, 122 LNG and Methane
118, 128, 140 thru 144, 175, 182 thru 206
Energy
118, 120, 129, 138, 140 thru 144, 151, Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
182 thru 208 13, 54, 63, 67 thru 81, 104 thru 108, 116,
123, 139, 155, 167, 168, 169
Equipment and Devices
35, 44, 64, 109. 114, 119, 120, 122, 123, 124, Metrology and Instrumentation
151, 152, 170, 171, 173, 181 107, 110, 112, 113, 117, 149, 154 thru 166,
183, 185
Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and


Production


Propulsion and Space Applications


150, 153, 174, 175, 179, 180, 198, 203 124, 170

Heat and Mass Transfer Refrigeration 124, 150, 170, 177
114, 121, 125, 171, 172
Storage and Handling 125, 176, 178
Hydrogen 176, 198 thru 205
Other 36, 115
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