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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Low temperature research -- Bibliography   ( lcsh )
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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.
General Note:
Description based on: List no. 667 (Dec. 25, 1978-Jan. 5, 1979)

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University of Florida
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issn - 0364-0868
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SECTION I. LON TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 16 (OCT 19801
1. OBSERVATION OF PHASONS IN METALLIC RUBIDIUM. (0.8 K). BY GIULIANIG.F.
OVERHAUSER,A.N. PURSUEE UNIV., WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1335-8.
2. EFFECT OF HIGH MAGNETIC FIELDS ON THE ELECTRONIC SPECIFIC HEAT IN THE STRONGLY
PAULI-PARAMAGNETIC COMPOUND LUCO(2). BY IKEDAK. GSCHNEIONERK.A.,JR. (AMES LAB.,
IOWA) P 1341-4.
3. EFFECT OF COLLECTIVE OSCILLATIONS ON LOW-ENERGY THERMAL-NEUTRON SCATTERING AND TRANSPORT
IN LIQUID HYDROGEN. BY TEWARIS.P. SWAMINATHANK. (DELHI UNIV., INDIA. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS .AND ASTROPHYSICS) P 1344-7.
4. TWO-BAND SUPERCONCUCTIVITY IN NB-OOPED SRTIO(3). BY BINNIGG. BARATOFFA. HOENIGTH.E.
BEDNORZJ.G. (IBM RESEARCH LAB., ZURICH, SWITZERLAND) P 1352-5.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 18 (NOV 1980)
5. ESR STUDY OF THE KONDO EFFECT IN AU-YB. BY BABERSCHKEK. TSANGE. FREEE UNIV.
BERLINv GERMANY. INST. FUER ATOM- UND FESTKOERPERPHYSIK) P 1512-5.
6. PHASE-SLIP SHOT NOISE AT THE TWO-DIMENSIONAL SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION EVIDENCE FOR
VORTICES. BY VOSS.R.F. KNOEDLERC.M. HORN.P.H. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN
HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 1523-6.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 19 (NOV 1980)
7. INFLUENCE OF A MAGNETIC FIELD ON FLOWING SUPERFLUID (3)HE. BY EISENSTEINJ.P.
SHIFTG.W. PACKARD,R.E. (WILLIAMS COLL., WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND
ASTRONOMY) P 1569-72.
8. STUDY OF THE QUADFUPOLAR-GLASS REGION IN SOLID D(2) VIA PROTON MAGNETIC RESONANCE. BY
COCHRAN,W.T. GAINES,J.R. MCCALLR.P. ET AL (BELL LABS., ALLENTOWN, PA.) P 1576-80.
9. PRESSURE DEPENDENCE OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN AN ORGANIC SUPERCONDUCTOR.
BIS-TETRAMETHYLTETRASELENAFULVALENE HEXAFLUOROPHOSPHATE. BY GREENER.L. ENGLERE.M.
(IBM RESEARCH LAB., SAN JOSE, CALIF.) P 1587-90.

PHYS. REV. A VOL 22, NO. 5 (NOV 1980)
10. MEASUREMENTS OF TOTAL SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONS FOR LOW-ENERGY POSITRONS AND ELECTRONS
COLLIDING WITH KRYPTON AND XENON. BY DABABNEHM.S. KAUPPILA,W.E. DOWNINGJ.P. ET AL
(WAYNE STATE UNIV., DETROIT, MICH. OEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 1872-7.
11. PHOTOIONIZATION OF EXCITED RARE-GAS ATOMS. BY DUZYC. HYMANH.A. (AVCO RESEARCH LABo.
INC., EVERETT, MASS.) P 1878-83.
12. ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY FLUCTUATIONS IN A BINARY LIQUID MIXTURE NEAR ITS CRITICAL POINT.
BY KIM,M.W. CHOU,Y.C. GOLOBURG,W.I. KUMAPA. (EXXON RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING CO.,
LINDEN, N. J.) P 2138-46.
13. THEORETICAL STUDY OF SPECTRA OF DEPOLARIZED LIGHT SCATTERED FROM DENSE RARE-GAS FLUIDS.
BY GUILLOTB. BRATOS,S. BIRNBAUMG. (PARIS-E UNIV., FRANCE. LAB. CURIE) P 2230-7.
14. MEASUREMENT OF TOTAL CROSS SECTIONS FOR THE SCATTERING OF POSITRONS BY ARGON AND XENON
ATOMS. BY COLEMAN,P.G. MCNUTTJ.D. DIANAL.M. HUTTONJ.T. (TEXAS UNIV., ARLINGTON.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 2290-2.

PHYS. REV. B VOL 22, NO. 9 (NOV 1980)
15. ESR OF AU-YB THIN FILMS CRYSTAL-FIELD EFFECTS AND THE KONDO DILEMMA. BY GANDRAF.G.
PELAC.A. BARBERISG.E. ET AL (UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL DE CAMPINAS, SAO PAULO BRAZIL.
INST. OE FISICA GLEB WATAGHIN) P 4161-6.
16. TRANSMISSION ELECTRON-SPIN RESONANCE IN COPPER-NIOBIUM SANDWICHES. BY GRAHAMG.N.
SILSBEEeR.H. (COPNELL UNIV., ITHACA, N. Y. LAB. OF ATOMIC AND SOLID STATE PHYSICS)
P 4184-91.
17. MOESSBAUER STUDY OF AMORPHOUS FE(82B1(12)SI(6). BY OK,H.N. MORRISHA.H. (MANITOBA
UNIV., WINNIPEG. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4215-22.
18. PARAMAGNETIC MOMENTS AND LOCALIZATION IN 1T-TAS(2). BY DISALVOF.J. WASZCZAKJ.V.
(BELL LABS., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 4241-6.
19. SELF-DIFFUSION MECHANISM IN SOLID SODIUM BY NMR. BY BRUENGERG. KANERTO. MOLFO.
(DORTMUND UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER PHYSIK) P 4247-57.
20. PRACTICAL RANGE AND ENERGY LOSS OF 0.1-3-KEV ELECTRONS IN THIN FILMS OF N(2), 0(2), AR,
KR, AND XE. BY ADAMS,A. HANSMA,P.K. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., SANTA BARBARA. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 4258-63.
21. UPPER CRITICAL FIELDS IN GRANULAR SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY DEUTSCHER,G. ENTIN-MOHLMANO0.
SHAPIRAY. (TEL AVIV UNIV., ISRAEL. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 4264-70.
22. GENERATION OF CHARGE IMBALANCE IN A SUPERCONDUCTOR BY A TEMPERATURE GRADIENT. BY
ENTIN-WOHLMANO. ORBACHR. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES. OEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 4271-9.
23. ELECTRON-TUNNELING OBSERVATION OF LOCALIZED EXCITED STATES IN SUPERCONDUCTING
MANGANESE-DOPED LEAD. BY TSANGJ.-K. GINSBERGO.H. (ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS AND MATERIALS RESEARCH LAB.) P 4280-3.
24. STRONG DEPRESSION OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN VN BY SPIN FLUCTUATIONS. BY RIETSCHELH.
WINTER,H. REICHAROTvH. (KERNFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM KARLSRUHE, GERMANY. INST. FUER
ANGEWANOTE KERNPHYSIK I) P 4284-92.






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PHYS. REV. B VOL 22, NO. 9 (NOV 1980) (CONT.)
25. SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF VORTICES AND METASTABLE STATES IN ROTATING HE II. BY MATHIEU,P.
MARECHALtJ.C. SIMON,Y. (ECOLE NORMAL SUPERIEURE, PARIS, FRANCE. GROUP DE PHYSIQUE
DES SOLIOES) P 4293-306.
26. PHASE DIAGRAM FOR SOME (3)HE-(4)HE MIXTURE FILMS FROM THIRD-SOUND EXPERIMENTS. BY
LAHEURTEJ.P. NOIRAYJ.C. ROHAGNANJ.P. DANOACHEH. (NICE UNIV., FRANCE. LAB. DE
PHYSIQUE DE LA MATIERE CONOENSEE) P 4307-14.
27. CALORIMETRIC STUDY OF THE TRANSITION BETWEEN THE CLOSE-PACKED PHASES OF (4)HE FROM THE
TRIPLE POINT TO 3.9 KBAR. BY FRANCKJ.P. (ALBERTA UNIV., EDMONTON. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 4315-35.
28. THERMAL HYSTERESIS OF THE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY IN ISOTOPICALLY IMPURE BCC (3)HE. BY
GREENBERGA.S. ARMSTRONG,G. (CEA CENTRE DE ETUDES NUCLEAIRES DE SACLAY,
GIF-SUR-YVETTE, FRANCE. SERVICE DE PHYSIQUE DU SOLIOE ET DE RESONANCE MAGNETIQUE)
P 4336-45.
29. NEW THERMOELECTRIC EFFECT IN TUNNEL JUNCTIONS. BY SMITH,A.D. TINKHAMM. SKOCPOL,W.J.
(HARVARD UNIV., CAMBRIDGE, MASS. DIV. OF APPLIED SCIENCES) P 4346-54.
30. CRITICAL BEHAVIOR OF THE SPONTANEOUS MAGNETIZATION AT MARGINAL DIMENSIONALITY IN
LIHOF(4). BY GRIFFIN,J.A. HUSTERM. FOLWEILERR.J. (PENNSYLVANIA UNIV.,
PHILADELPHIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4370-8.
31. MAGNETIC ORDERING IN THE PRESENCE OF FAST SPIN FLUCTUATIONS A NEUTRON SCATTERING STUDY
OF CEIN(3). BY LAWRENCE,J.M. SHAPIRO,S.M. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., IRVINE. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 4379-88.
32. TRICRITICAL SCALING AND LOGARITHMIC CORRECTIONS FOR THE METAMAGNET FECL(2). BY
SHANGH.-T. SALAMON,M.B. (BELL TELEPHONE LABS., HOLMDEL, N. J. CRAWFORO HILL LAB.)
P 4401-11.
33. SPIN CORRELATIONS NEAR THE PERCOLATION THRESHOLD IN THREE-DIMENSIONAL ANTIFERROMAGNETS.
BY COWLEYR.A. SHIRANEG. BIRGENEAUR.J. ET AL (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N.
Y.) P 4412-23.
34. MAGNETIZATION MEASUREMENTS OF REENTRANT FERROMAGNETIC SUPERCONDUCTORS THE
PSEUDOTERNARY SYSTEM (ER(1-X)HO(X))RH(4)B(4). BY ADRIANH. MUELLERK.
SAEMANN-ISCHENKOG. (ERLANGEN-NUERNBERG UNIV., ERLANGEN, GERMANY. PHYSIKALISCHES
INST.) P 4424-9.
35. PHASE SEPARATION IN A SPIN-GLASS. BY HAYEST.M. ALLENJ.W. BOYCEJ.B. HAUSEROJ.J.
()EROX CORP., PALO ALTO, CALIF. PALO ALTO RESEARCH CENTER) P 4503-10.
36. ERRATUM. CALCULATION OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC COHERENCE LENGTH IN SUPERCONDUCTORS WITH
MAGNETIC IMPURITIES. BY LEMBERGERT.R. GINSBERGO.M. RICKAYZENG. (PHYS. REV. B VOL
18, NO. t1, 6057 (DEC 1978)) P 4527.

J. CHEM. PHYS. VOL 73, NO. 8 (OCT 1980)
37. THERMOLUMINESCENCE AND EMISSION SPECTRA STUDIES OF 6-METHYLMERCAPTOPURINE AND
6-METHYLMERCAPTOPURINE RIBOSIDE X IRRADIATED AT 10 K. BY COOKEo.W. RHODES,J.F.
SANTIR.S. ALEXANDERC.,JR. (MEMPHIS STATE UNIV., TENN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 3573-9.
38. POLARIZED RAMAN SPECTRA OF N-ALKANE SINGLE CRYSTALS WITH ORTHORHOMBIC POLYETHYLENE-TYPE
SUBLATTICE. BY KOBAYASHI,M. TAOOKOROH. PORTERR.S. (OSAKA UNIV., TOYONAKA, JAPAN.
DEPT. OF POLYMER SCIENCE) P 3635-42.
39. THE INTERMOLECULAR POTENTIAL AND THE CRYSTALLINE FIELD OF SOLID CH(4). II. BY YASUDAH.
(NAGOYA CITY UNIV.* JAPAN. CHEMISTRY LAB.) P 3722-8.
40. VIRIAL THEOREM FOR INELASTIC MOLECULAR COLLISIONS. ATOM-RIGID ROTOR SCATTERING. BY
PACKR.T. HIRSCHFELDERJ.O. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. MEX. THEORETICAL DIV.)
P 3823-30.
41. THE APPLICABILITY OF AN R-DEPENOENT INTEGRAL EQUATION PARAMETER TO THE STUDY OF
LOW-TEMPERATURE LENNARD-JONES FLUIDS, BY OOTSONA.C. (WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIV.,
KALAMAZOO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 3973-9.
42. TIME DEPENDENT NONLINEAR SHEAR STRESS EFFECTS IN SIMPLE LIQUIDS A MOLECULAR DYNAMICS
STUDY. BY HEYESD.M. KIM#J.J. MONTROSEC.J. LITOVITZT.A. CATHOLICC UNIV. OF
AMERICA, WASHINGTON, 0. C. VITREOUS STATE LAB.) P 3987-96.
43. AMPLITUDE OF LIQUID-VAPOR INTERFACIAL OSCILLATIONS. BY COLE,M.W. (PENNSYLVANIA STATE
UNIV., UNIVERSITY PARK. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4012-4.
44. THE LENNARD-JONES 9-3 ADSORPTIVE SYSTEM. II. PREDICTION OF THE LIQUID DENSITY PROFILES
BY PERTURBATION THEORY. BY LEE,.L.L (OKLAHOMA UNIV., NORMAN. SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL
ENGINEERING AND MATERIALS SCIENCE) P 4050-5.
45. A SIMULATION OF PREFERENTIAL SOLVATION IN TERNARY LENNARD-JONES LIQUID MIXTURES BY THE
MOLECULAR DYNAMICS METHOD. BY NARUSAWA,H. NAKANISHIsK. KYOTOO UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF
INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY) P 4066-70.

PHYS. LETT. A VOL 79, NO. 4 (OCT 1980)
46. MAGNETIZATION AND PRESSURE STUDY OF (3)HE IN FAST COMPRESSIONS IN HIGH FIELDS. BY
SCHUBERTHEE.A. ADAMS.E.D. BAKALYAR*D.M. (FLORIDA UNIV., GAINESVILLE. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 328-30.
47. VORTEX DIFFUSION IN SUPERFLUIO HELIUM FILMS. BY HUBERO.L. (WILCONSIN UNIV., MADISON.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 331-3.
48. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY PAIRING INDUCED BY TWO LEVEL SYSTEMS IN AMORPHOUS MFTALS BY RIESSJ.
MAYNAROR. (CENTRE NATIONAL OE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, GRENOBLE, FRANCE. CENTRE DE
RECHERCHES SUR LES TRES BASSES TEMPERATURES) P 334-6.






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PHYS. LETT. A VOL 79, NO. 4 (OCT 1980) (CONT.)
49. ON THE DISSIPATION DUE TO NORMAL EXCITATION MOTION ALONG VORTEX CORES IN TYPE-II
SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY KOGANVV.G. (AMES LAB., IOWA) P 337-8.
50. THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF RB(2)ZNCL(4) ASSOCIATED WITH THREE PHASE TRANSITIONS. BY
CHAUOHURIB.K. NOMOTOK. ATAKE,T. CHIHARA,H. (OSAKA UNIV., JAPAN. CHEMICAL
THERMODYNAMICS LAE.) P 361-3.

SCIENCE VOL 210, NO. 4470 (NOV 1980)
51. ELECTRONIC DATA BASES. (EDITORIAL). BY ABELSONP.H. P 593.
52. TROUBLE IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING EDUCATION. (REPORT SEES SHORTAGES IN ENGINEERING,
COMPUTER SCIENCE, SERIOUS DECLINE IN GENERAL UNDERSTANDING OF SCIENCE). BY WALSHJ.
P 615-6.
53. 1980 NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS TO CRONIN AND FITCH. BY ROBINSONA.L. P 619-21.

SCIENCE VOL 210, NO. 4471 (NOV 1980)
54. MANAGING STATE ENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAMS THE MINNESOTA EXPERIENCE. BY HIRSTE.
ARMSTRONG,J.R. (OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LAB., TENN.) P 740-4.
55. INNOVATION JAPAN RACES AHEAD AS U.S. FALTERS. BY HOLDENC. P 751-4.
56. 10 LONGITUDINAL DISTRIBUTION OF SULFUR DIOXIDE FROST. BY NELSONsR.M. LANEtA.L.
MATSON,D.L. ET AL (CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH., PASADENA. JET PROPULSION LAB.)
P 784-6.
57. 1979J2 THE DISCOVERY OF A PREVIOUSLY UNKNOWN JOVIAN SATELLITE. BY SYNNOTTS.P.
(CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH., PASADENA. JET PROPULSION LAB.) P 786-8.
58. BRIGHTNESS TEMPERATURES OF SATURNS DISK AND RINGS AT 400 AND 700 MICROMETERS. BY
WHITCOMB,S.E. HILDEBRAND,R.H. KEENEJ. (CHICAGO UNIV., ILL. ENRICO FERMI INST.)
P 788-9.
59. HIGH-GRADE FUELS AND BIOMASS FARMING. BY KYLE,B.G. (KANSAS STATE UNIV., MANHATTAN.
DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 807-8.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 21 (JUL 1980)
60. INHIBITION OF VORTEX NUCLEATION IN HE II BY STRONG ELECTRIC FIELDS. (LETTER TO THE
EDITOR). BY MCCLINTOCKP.V.E. MOSSF.E. BOWLEYR.M. (LANCASTER UNIV., ENGLAND.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P L503-9.
61. INCOMMENSURATE SPIN STRUCTURE IN THE LON-TEMPERATURE MAGNETIC PHASE OF NIBR(2). (LETTER
TO THE EDITOR). eY DAY,P. ZIEBECKK.R.A. (OXFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
LAB.) P L523-5.
62. LOW-CONCENTRATION SERIES EXPANSIONS FOR DILUTE SPIN GLASSES AT ZERO TEMPERATURE. BY
AHARONY,A. BINOERK. (TEL AVIV UNIV., ISRAEL. CEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 4091-108.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 22 (AUG 1980)
63. INFRARED STUDIES OF HYDROGEN BETA ALUMINA. (77 K). BY HAYESW. HOLDENL.
TOFIELDB.C. (OXFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. CLARENCON LAB.) P 4217-28.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 23 (AUG 1980)
64. PHONON DISPERSION IN O(8)-NAPHTHALENE CRYSTAL AT 6 K. BY NATKANIEC,I. BOKHENKOV E.L.
DORNER,8. ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, CHERNOGOLOVKA. INST. OF SOLID STATE
PHYSICS) P 4265-83.
65. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF HEAVILY DOPED P-TYPE INSB DOWN TO 0.38 Ks BY FOZOONI,P.
ZEBOUNIIN.H. GRENIERC.G. (LOUISIANA STATE UNIV., BATON ROUGE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 4285-95.
66. LOW-TEMPERATURE SPIW RELAXATION AND ZERO SOUND ATTENUATION IN (3)HE-A. BY DOMBRE,T.
COMBESCOTR. BAGNULS,C. (ECOLE NORMAL SUPERIEURE, PARIS, FRANCE.) P 4297-309.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 24 (AUG 1980)
67. A SURVEY OF 1/F NOISE IN ELECTRICAL CONDUCTORS. (REVIEW ARTICLE). BY BELLD.A.
P 4425-37.
68. NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RELAXATION IN ADSORBED HELIUM-3 MONOLAYERS AND OTHER TWO-DIMENSIONAL
SYSTEMS. BY COWAN,B.P. (BEDFORD COLL., LONDON, ENGLAND) P 4575-99.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 25 (SEP 1980)
69. VARIATIONAL CALCULATIONS FOR LIQUID (3)HE I. BINDING ENERGY AND EFFECTIVE
INTERACTIONS. BY PANACHAROENSAWAOD,B OSTGAARDE. (TRONDHEIM UNIV., NORWAY. FYSISK
INST.) P 4679-710.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 26 (SEP 1980)
70. ACOUSTIC PHONON MODE SOFTENING IN LA(3)S(4). (100 K). (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY
FORDP.J. LAMBSONA,.A. NILLERA.J. ET AL (BATH UNIV., ENGLAND. SCHOOL OF PHYSICS)
P L697-702.
71. THERMAL EXPANSION AT LOW TEMPERATURES OF THE ALKALINE EARTH FLUORIDES AND PBF(2)2 BY
NHITEG.K. (COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANIZATION, SYDNEY*
AUSTRALIA. DIV. OF APPLIED PHYSICS) P 4905-13.
72. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF SNO(2) SINGLE CRYSTALS. BY TUERKES,P. PLUNTKECCH. HELBIG,R.
(ERLANGEN-NUERNBERG UNIV., ERLANGEN, GERMANY. INST. FUER ANGEWANOTE PHYSIK) P 4941-51.






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J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 27 (SEP 1980)
73. THE ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CENI(5). (4-300 K). (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY BUTLER,B.
GIVORDOD. GIVORO,F. PALMERS.B. (HULL UNIV., ENGLAND. OEPT. OF APPLIED PHYSICS)
P L743-6.
74. INVESTIGATION OF THE STRUCTURAL PHASE TRANSITIONS IN THE AMMONIUM TRIFLUORIDES OF ZINC,
MANGANESE AND COBALT BY MEANS OF X-RAY AND NEUTRON DIFFRACTION. BY HELMHOLCOTR.B.
WIEGERS,G.A. BARTOLOME,J. (NETHERLANDS ENERGY RESEARCH FOUNDATION, PETTEN) P 5081-8.
75. BALLISTIC-PHONON PULSES IN A SOLID-LIQUID HE-II INTERFACE. BY SALEMINK,H.W.M. VAN
KEMPENH. WYDER,P. (NIJMEGEN UNIV., NETHERLANDS. RESEARCH INST. FOR MATERIALS)
P 5089-103.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 28 (OCT 1980)
76. LOW-TEMPERATURE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF LI(3)N. (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). SY
GUCKELSBERGERK. DE GOER,A.M. (MAX-PLANCK-INST. FUER FESTKOERPERFORSCHUNG, STUTTGART,
GERMANY) P L767-71.
77. OBSERVATION AND STUDY OF NEW TYPES OF PHASE TRANSITIONS IN CO(CLO(4))(2).6H(2)0 AND
NI(CLO(4))(2).6H(2)0 BY EPR. (77 K). BY JAIN,A.K. UPRETIG.C. (INDIAN SCHOOL OF
MINES, DHANBAD. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5177-95.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 29 (OCT 1980)
78. RESIDUAL RESISTANCE, QUANTUM SCATTERING AND FREE ENERGY. (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY
AZBELM.YA. (TEL AVIV UNIV., ISRAEL. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P L7'7-801.
79. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY STUDY OF SOME ORGANIC CHARGE TRANSFER COMPLEXES UNDER PRESSURE.
(LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY BANDYOPAOHYAY,A.K. CHATTERJEESS. SUBRAMANYAM.S.V.
BULKAB.R. (INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS TRIESTE, ITALY) P L803-7.

SOV. PHYS. JETP (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 51, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)--(TRANSL. OF ZH. EKSP. TEOR.
FIZ. VOL 78, NO. 2, FEB 19801
80. SINGULARITIES OF THE MAGNETORESISTANCE OF NEODYMIUM AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY
SHALASHOV,V.F. GALKINA,O.S. (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR) P 307-9.
81. CONTRIBUTION TO THE THEORY OF SPIN DYNAMICS OF SUPERFLUID (3)HE-A. BY GONGADZEA.O.
GURGENISHVILIG.E. KHARADZEG.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE GEORGIAN SSR, TBILISI.
INST. OF PHYSICS) P 310-3.
82. FERRIMAGNETS WITH ISING IONS. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF HOLMIUM-YTTRIUM IRON GARNETS IN
STRONG FIELDS AT HELIUM TEMPERATURES, BY SILANTEV,V.I. POPOV,A.I. LEVITINR.Z.
ZVEZDIN,A.K. (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR) P 323-31.
83. CONTRIBUTION TO THE THEORY OF WEAK SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN SNINS SYSTEMS. BY ZAIKIN,A.O.
ZHARKOVtG.F. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 364-9.
84. ANISOTROPY OF THE MAGNETO-OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF COBALT SINGLE CRYSTALS. BY
GANSHINA,E.A. KRINCHIKG.S. MIRONOVAL.S. TABLINA.S. (MOSCOW STATE UNIV., USSR)
P 369-73.
85. SOLITON MOTION IN A ONE-DIMENSIONAL MOLECULAR LATTICE WITH ACCOUNT TAKEN OF THERMAL
OSCILLATIONS. BY DAVYDOV,A.S. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST.
OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 397-400.
86. THERMODYNAMICS OF INTERACTING ELECTRONS IN DISORCEREO ONE-DIMENSIONAL CONCUCTORS. BY
BEREZINSKIIV.L. GORKOVL.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 409-17.
87. PHASE TRANSITIONS IN SUPERCONDUCTING COMPOUNDS WITH SUPERSTRUCTURE C-15. BY FINKELV.A.
PUSHKAREV,E.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST.) P 422-4.
88. MAGNETIC PHASE DIAGRAM OF IRON GARNETS OF THE SYSTEM Y(3-X)GD(X)FE(5)O(12) IN FIELDS UP
TO 50 T. BY GURTCVOIK.G. LAGYTINA.S. OZHOGIN,V.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
USSR, MOSCON. INST. OF ATOMIC ENERGY) P 425-8.

SOV. PHYS. SOLID STATE (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 22, NO. 4 (APR 1980)--(TRANSL. OF FIZ. TVERD.
TELA VOL 22, NO. 4, APR 1980)
89. INVESTIGATION OF RELAXATION PROCESSES IN THIN FILMS UNDER ELECTRON-NUCLEAR RESONANCE
CONDITIONS. (1-77 K). BY POGORELIIA.N. KOTOVV.V. P 591-3.
90. INTERNAL FRICTION, CHARGED DISLOCATIONS, AND PLASTIC PROPERTIES OF NAF-CA(2+) SINGLE
CRYSTALS IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 295-4.2 K. BY VOINOVAO.A. KARDASHEVB.K.
NIKANOROVSS.P. P 616-20.
91. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE OPTICAL PROPERTIES AND ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF VANADIUM
DIOXIDE. (85-380 K). BY MOKEROV,V.G. BEGISHEVA.R. P 629-32.
92. NEW ABSORPTION BANDS OF CCS DEFORMED PLASTICALLY AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY SALKOVIE.A.
TARBAEVN.I. SHEPELSKII,G.A. P 646-7.
93. LATTICE AND ELECTRONIC THERMAL CONDUCTIVITIES OF PURE TUNGSTEN AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY
BATOALOVtA.B. REOKON.A. P 664-6.
94. SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE RESIDUAL RESISTIVITY OF A-15 INTERMETALLIC COMPOUNDS. BY
ALEKSANOROVA.S. ELESINtV.F. P 669-72.
95. THERMOELECTRIC POWER AND LONGITUDINAL NERNST-ETTINGSHAUSEN EFFECT IN SINGLE CRYSTALS OF
MAGNETIC SEMICONDUCTING SPINELS BELONGING TO THE CU(Y)CR(2)SE(4-Z)BR(X) SYSTEM. BY
TSURKAN,V.V. VESELAGOV.G. RADAUTSAN,S.I. TEZLEVANV.E. P 680-1.
96. THERMALLY STIMULATED LUMINESCENCE OF MGO SINGLE CRYSTALS AT TEMPERATURES 4.2-600 K. BY
KYARNERT.N. MALYSHEVA,A.F. MAAROOSA.A. MYURK,V.V. P 684-7.






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SOV. PHYS. SOLID STATE (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 22, NO. 4 (APR 1980)--(TRANSL. OF (CONT.)
97. ABRUPT CHANGE IN THE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF PURE INDIUM NEAR TIC). BY
MEZHOV-DEGLIN,L.P. FEOOTOV,A.O. P 690-2.
98. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF BAPBO(3). BY BOGATKOV.V. VENEVTSEVYU.N. P 705-6.
99. LOW-TEMPERATURE SPECIFIC HEAT OF FE(1-X)CO(X)SI SOLID SOLUTIONS. BY KALISHEVICHtG.I.
ROMASHEVA,L.F. SYCHEVN.I. GELD,P.V. P 726-7.
100. SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES OF NIOBIUM FILMS SUBJECTED TO ION-BEAM SPUTTERING. BY
KRAVCHENKOV.V. MARKUSA.I. KRIVOBOKV.V. ET AL P 729-30.


SECTION II. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

IND. ENG. CHEM. FUNDAM. VOL 19, NO. 4 (NOV 1980)
101. COMPARISON OF ANALYTICAL REPRESENTATIONS OF THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF METHANE. ETHANE.
AND AMMONIA. BY OZIALOSZYNSKIL. FABRIESJ.-F. RENONH. THIEBAULTD0. (ECOLE
NATIONAL SUPERIEURE DES MINES, PARIS, FRANCE. GROUP REACTEURS ET PROCESSUS)
P 329-37.
102. EXPERIMENTAL THERMODYNAMIC PARAMETERS FOR THE PREDICTION OF NATURAL GAS HYORATE
DISSOCIATION CONDITIONS. BY DHARMAWARDHANA,P.B. PARRISHW.R. SLOANE.O. COLORADOO
SCHOOL OF MINES, GOLDEN. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM REFINING ENGINEERING)
P 410-4.

CHEM. ECON. ENG. REV. VOL 12, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
103. TRENDS OF INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS TRADE IN 1979 AND PROSPECTS FOR 1980. BY MAGARItF.
P 22-9.
104. ETHYLENE PRODUCTION CAPACITY IN THE WORLD. P 35-7.

ASTRONAUT. AERONAUT. VOL 18, NO. 11 (NOV 1980)
105. AIAA 15TH THERMOPHYSICS CONF. REENTRY TECHNOLOGY, FINITE-ELEMENT METHODS, AND HEAT
PIPES LEAD TOPICS. BY FRANCIS,J.E. CROSBIEtA.L. (OKLAHOMA UNIV., NORMAN) P 60-1.

STRENGTH MATER. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 12, NO. 1 (SEP 1980)--(TRANSL. OF PROBL. PROCHN. VOL
12, NO. 1, JAN 1980)


106.


107.
108.

109.


STUDY OF THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF A MOLYBDENUM ALLOY NITH A PLANE STRESS CONDITION
AT LOW TEMPERATURE. BY LEBEOEV,A.A. GIGINYAKF.F. BASHTAtV.V. ET AL (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF STRENGTH PROBLEMS) P 89-93.


SECTION III. ENERGY AND MISCELLANEOUS

AM. GAS ASSOC. MON. VOL 62, NO. 10 (OCT 1980)
NEW A.G.A. STUDY FORECASTS STEADY INCREASE IN GAS SUPPLIES. P 3.
SYNTHETIC FUELS AND THE TOTAL COST OF OIL IMPORTS. BY LEE.B.S. (INSTITUTE OF GAS
TECHNOLOGY, CHICAGO, ILL.) P 20-2.
METHANE FOR FLEET VEHICLES RECOGNIZING ITS POTENTIAL AS A PREMIUM TRANSPORTATION FUEL.


BY BOYD,R.K. SIMPSON,C.K. WHITHANJ.P. (AMERICAN GAS ASSOC., ARLINGTON, VA.)
P 23-5.
110. METHANE FOR FLEET VEHICLES ITS ROLE AROUND THE WORLO. P 26.
111. UNDERGROUND STORAGE FACILITIES HELP PROVIDE SMOOTH GAS SERVICE. P 30-2.
112. METRICATION AN IDEA HAPPENING AT LAST. BY KEMPL.J. (SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS CO.,
LOS ANGELES) P 33-4.

ERDOEL ERDGAS Z. VOL 96, NO. 9 (SEP 1980) (IN GERMAN)
113. ADAPTABILITY OF SURFACTANTS TO RESERVOIR FLOODING CONDITIONS. BY KOSSWIGK. (CHEMISCHE
WERKE HUELS A.G., MARL, GERMANY) P 318-23.

ERDOEL KOHLE ERDGAS PETROCHEM. VOL 33, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
114. NORTH SEA NATURAL GAS AVAILABILITY AND UTILISATION. PART II. PRODUCTION AND
TRANSPORTATION. BY FRISCH.M. (PHILLIPS PETROLEUM CO. EUROPA-AFRICA. LONDON, ENGLAND)
P 409-16.
115. FUTURE HYDROCARBON EXPLORATION. BY BARTENSTEINtH. SCHMIOTWH.J. P 425-32.

GAS WASSERFACH GAS EROGAS VOL 121, NO. 10 (OCT 1980) (IN GERMAN)
116. IN-GROUND STORAGE A LINK BETWEEN THE SUPPLY OF, ANO THE DEMAND FOR, NATURAL GAS. BY
SCHINDEWOLFE. (GEWERKSCHAFTEN BRIGITTA UND ELNERATH BETRIEBSFUEHRUNGSGESELLSCHAFT
M.B.H., HANNOVER, GERMANY) P 455-62.
117. NATURAL GAS AND LNG LONG-TERM SUPPLIES AND PRICES FOR EUROPE. BY BELGUEDIH.
P 463-7.
118. THE TECHNOLOGY OF THE LNG CHAIN EXEMPLIFIED BY THE GERMAN LNG IMPORT CONTRACTS. BY
SCHHIERK. (RUHRGAS LNG FLUESSIGEROGAS SERVICE G.M.B.H., ESSEN, GERMANY) P 468-74.
119. DEVELOPMENT AND MODEL TESTS USING A FLOATING NATURAL GAS LIQUEFACTION UNIT. BY
MEYER-DETRINGDO. (PREUSSAG A.G. ERDOEL UND EROGAS, HANNOVER, GERMANY) P 475-81.






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GAS WASSERFACH GAS EROGAS VOL 121, NO. 10 (OCT 1980) (IN GERMAN) (CONT.)
120. INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE STABILITY OF LNG SHIPS IN CASE OF COLLISIONS. BY GREUNERtH.-P.
BOECKENHAUERM. (RUHRGAS LNG FLUESSIGEROGAS SERVICE G.M.B.H., ESSEN, GERMANY) P 482-6.

ENERGY DEV. JPN. VOL 3, NO. 1 (JUL 1980)
121. ENERGY SAVING IN LARGE STEAM TURBINES, BY IWAIT. UENISHI,A. AOKI,I. (TOHOKU
ELECTRIC POWER CO., INC., SENDAI, JAPAN) P 1-23.
122. ON THE CONCEPT OF STANDARD EXERGY. BY KAMEYAMAH. YOSHIDA,K. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN.
ENGINEERING RESEARCH INST.) P 40-9.

ENERGY INT. VOL 17, NO. 10 (OCT 1980)
123. THE HIDDEN CRISIS OF OIL. (COMMENT). P 5.

ENERGY INT. J. VOL 5, NO. 11 (NOV 1980)
124. RESEARCH NEEDS FOR COAL GASIFICATION AND COAL LIQUEFACTION. BY PENNERS.S. ALPERTS.B.
BENOANILLOV. ET AL (CALIFORNIA UNIV., SAN DIEGO, LA JOLLA. ENERGY CENTER)
P 1091-116.
125. FORECASTING ELECTRIC UTILITY FOSSIL-FUEL CONSUMPTION. BY URIN.D. (DEPARTMENT OF
ENERGY, NASHINGTON, 0. C. OFFICE OF ENERGY USE ANALYSIS) P 1155-62.

ENERGY POL. VOL 8, NO. 3 (SEP 1980)
126. THE POLITICS OF SOVIET OIL. BY STEINsE.L. (TRANSPORTATION AND ECONOMIC RESEARCH
ASSOCIATES (TERA) INC., ARLINGTON, VA.) P 203-12.
127. ASSESSING ENERGY TAX SYSTEMS THE EFFECTS OF ENERGY TAXATION IN SWITZERLAND. BY
MAUCHS.P. LEDERGERBERE. OTTW. (INFRAS, ZURICH, SWITZERLAND) P 213-28.
128. ENERGY FROM THE WESTERN STATES OF THE USA CONFLICTS AND CONSTRAINTS. BY DEVINEM.D.
BALLARD,S.C. WHITEI.L. (OKLAHOMA UNIV., NORMAN. SCIENCE AND PUBLIC POLICY PROGRAM)
P 229-44.
129. ENERGY CONSERVATION AND OFFICIAL UK ENERGY FORECASTS. BY PEARCE,0. (ABERDEEN UNIV.,
SCOTLANO. OEPT. OF POLITICAL ECONOMY) P 245-8.
130. US ENERGY POLICY 1980: BY GOLDSTEINW. (STATE UNIV. OF NEW YORK, ALBANY) P 252-3.





SUBJECT INDEX FOR CURRENT AWARENESS LIST NO. 717


Crystal Structure and Lattice
Properties
1, 8, 35, 39, 62, 64, 70, 71, 73,
74, 77, 85, 90, 91, 106

Fluid Properties and Structure
3, 8, 10 thru 14, 20, 26, 27, 28,
38,thru 46, 68, 69, 75, 101, 102

Magnetic Properties and Materials
2, 5, 7, 15, 18, 30 thru 34, 46,
61, 80, 82, 84, 88






Energy
54, 59, 102, 107 thru 130

Gas Separation, Liuqefaction, and
Production
103, 104


SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMI

Mossbauer Effect and Resonances
5, 8, 15, 17, 19, 68, 89

Optical Properties
11, 13, 37, 38, 63, 84, 91, 92, 96

Polymers 9

Semiconductors 65

Sorption 44, 68

Superconductors
4, 6, 9, 17, 21 thru 24, 34, 36, 48,
49, 83, 85, 86, 87, 94, 97, 98, 100


SECTION II AND III. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING AND

LNG and Methane
101, 102, 107 thru 120, 124

Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
90, 106


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Superfluidity
7, 25, 26, 47, 60, 66, 75, 81

Thermal Properties of Solids
2, 27, 50, 56, 71, 99

Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics,
and Transport Processes
12, 40 thru 45, 75, 122

Transport Properties of Solids
19, 28, 29, 67, 72, 76, 78, 79, 80,
93, 94, 95, 97

Other 51 thru 55


ENERGY

Metrology and Instrumentation 112

Propulsion and Space Applications
56, 57, 58, 105

Other 51, 52, 54, 55


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