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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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.
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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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DEC. 22, 1980-JAN. 2, 1981


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


COMPILED BY
CRYOGENIC DATA CENTER
THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES
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SECTION I. LCW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. VOL 41, NO. 1/2 (OCT 1980)
1. ANNOUNCEMENT. FRITZ LONCON AWA C NOMINATIONS. P 1.
2. ABSORPTION OF SCUNC IN HELIUM VAPOR. BY TREFNY,J.U. FOX,J.N. COLORADOO SCHOOL CF
MDNES, GOLDEN. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 3-12.
3. NB(3)SI PREPARED EY HIGF-RATE SPUTTERING FOLLCWEC BY QUENCHING. BY OGUSHIT. NISHIK.
NAGAIH. ET AL (KAGOSIIMA UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF ELECTRONICS) P 13-23.
4. DYNAMIC RESISTANCE OF THE CURRENT-INDUCEC INTERMEDIATE STATE IN SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY
WIEOERICKH.O. MLKHERJEEB,.K. BAIRD,D.C. (ROYAL MILITARY COLL. OF CANADA, KINGSTON,
ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 25-35.
5. PHENOMENOLOGICAL THEORY OF DISSIPATION IN A SUPERCCNCUCTOR. BY SCHrIDA. (KARLSRUHE
UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER THEORIE DER KONCENFIERTEN MATERIE) P 37-44.
6. EXPERIMENTS ON THERMALLY DRIVEN ACOUSTIC OSCILLATIONS OF GASEOUS HELIUM. BY YAZAKI,T.
TOMINAGAA. NARAHARA,Y. (TSUKUBA UNIV., IEARAKI, JAPAN. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 45-60.
7. LOW-TEMDERATURE SPECIFIC HEATS OF SOME URANIUM TEPNARY COMPOUNDS UASY (Y=S, SE, TE). BY
BLAISE,A. LAGNIER,R. >OJAKCWSKI,A. ET AL (CEA CENTRE 0 ETUDES NUCLEAIRES, GREN3BLE,
FRANCE) P 61-72.
8. HIGH-FIELD SPECIFIC HEAT OF A-15 MO(O.4)TC(0.E), 9Y STEWART,G.R. GICRGI,A.L. (LOS
ALAMCS SCIENTIFIC LAe., N. MEX.) P 73-8.
9. THE ROLE CF IMPEPFECTIOCS ON MAGNETIC ANC THERMCCYNAMIC PROPERTIES CF CERIUM MAGNESIUM
NITRATE IN THE LOW-TEMPERATURE MAGNETIC PHASE TRANSITION REGION. BY ZIMMEPRANG.O.
ABESHOUSED.J. MAXWELL,E. KELLANDD.R. (EOSTON UNTV.. MASS.) P 79-104.
10. THEORY OF THE LANCAL CCFAIN ST ;CTURE FOP THIN SAMPLES. BY SIMCNINJ.M. LCPEZ,A.
(COMISION NATIONAL DE ENERGIA ATOMIC, SAN CARLOS DE BARILOCHE, ARGENTINA. CENTRO
ATOMICO eBRILOCFE) P 115-14.
11. RADIOFREQUENCY SIZE-EFFECT MEASUREMENTS OF THE ELECTRON SCATTERING FREQUENCY IN CAOMIUM
BY PROBST,P.-A. MACINNES,W.M. HUGUENIN,R. (LAUSANNE UNIV., DCRIGNhY SWITZERLAND.
INST. DE PHYSIQUE ErPERIMENTALE) P 115-5E.
12. ANOMALOUS THERMAL AND NPR 3EHAvIOF OF LICUIC (3)PE IN CONTACT WITH AN ANTIFERROMAGNET.
BY SAITC,S. SATC-,K. SUGAwARA,T. (TOHOKU UNIV., SEN]AI, JAPAN. RESEARCH INST. FOR
IRON, STEEL, AND CTHEP ?ETALSI P 157-67.
13. SCALING LAW FOR PINNING FORCES OF DIRTY INDIUM FILMS. BY RAYCHAUDHURI,A.K. TAKAYAMA,T.
RrNDERER,L. (LAUSANNE LNIV., SWITZERLANO. INST. OE PHYSIQUE EXPERIMENTAL) P 169-77.
14. TRANSPORT PHENOMENA IN FE(3)--Et4) MIXTURES NEAR THE TRICRITICAL POINT. EY RUPPEINER,G.
RYSCHKEWITSCH,M. MEYEPH, (DUKE UNIV., DURHAM, N. C. CEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 179-216.

SOV. J. LCW TEMP. PHYS. (ENGL. TRAtSL.) VOL ', NC. 2 (FEB 1980)--(TRANSL. OF FIZ. NIZK.
TEMP. VOL 6, NO. 2, FEE 1980)
15. INTERACTION OF HELIUM SURFACE ELECTRONS WITH ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION. BY RYBALKOA.S.
(ACADEMY CF SCIENCES OF ThE UKRAINIAN SSP. KHARKCu. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LCW
TEMOERATUFES) P E7-9.
16. KINETIC PROPERTIES OF CCRRUGATEC AND THREAD-LIKE INTERMEDIATE STATE STRUCTURES. BY
BEZUGLI1,E.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES CF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 70-4.
17. CHANGE CF THE ELECTRONIC SPECTFLM CF ANTIMONY VNCER PLANE STRAIN. eY POSLECOV,YU.A.
(SERGO OPZHONIKICZE INST. OF PROBLEMS IN CONTROL, MOSCOW, USSR) P 74-80.
18. EXCITATION OF CYCLOTRON WAVES IN METALS WITH A CIFFUSE BOUNDARY. BY MAKAROV,N.M.
FALKO,V.L. YAMFOLSKII,V.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES CF THE UKRAINIAN SER, KHARKOV. INST.
OF RAIICPHYSICS AN' ELECTRONICS) P 81-4.
19. EFFECT OF PRESSURE ON ANISOTRCPY OF MAGNETIC SL5CEPTII9LITY OF CD-MG ALLOYS. BY
MANCHENKO,V.N. SVECHKAFEVI.V. SEREDA,YU.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN
SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICCTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 85-7.
20. POINT-CONTACT SPECTROCC(PY CF FERROMAGNETIC METALS. 3Y KULIKI.O. SHEKHTERR.I.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR. KHAPKCV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW
TEMPProlTURES) P 68-92.
21. TEMPERATURE CEPECEENCF CF THE ANTIFERROiAGNETIC-RESONANCE FREQUENCIES AND INTEGRAL LINE
INTENSITIFS IN CRYSTALS WITH SINGLE ION ANISCT CPY. BY KITAEV,%.N. PERVUKMINN.A.
(MOSCOi TECHNOLr-.ICAL INST. OF LIGHT INCUCTRY, NCVOSIIRSK, USSR) P 92-6.
22. THEORY OF HIGH-FREQUENCY CHARACTERISTICS OF ANTIFERROMAGNETS. BY BREUSS.A.
SOBOLEV,V.L. (ACADEMY CF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, DONETSK. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST.) P 96-8.
23. ORBITAL DEGENERACY AND SOME ONE-DIMENSICNAL TWO-SPIN MODELS, BY KUGEL,K.I.
KHOMSKII,D.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 99-104.
24. THEORY OF MAGNETIC PROPERTIES CF SOLID OXYGEN. EY SLYUSAREV,V.A. FREIMANYU.A.
YANKELEVICH,R.P. (ACACEVY CF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 105-10.
25. FLEXURAL OSCILLATIONS OF THIN PLATES IN A LONGITUCINAL MAGNETIC FIELD. BY
ZOLOTUKHIN,I.V. fILOSPENKO,V.E. ROSHCHLPKIN,A.M. ET AL (VCRONEZH POLYTECHNICAL
INST., USSR) P 110-3.
?6. SPECIFIC HEAT OF VONOCRYSTALLINE CR(3)SI IN THE TEMPERATURE INTERVAL 6-300 K, BY
PANV.M. SHEVCHENKOA.C. VIKHAILOVrI.G. ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN
SSR, KIEV. INST. OF METAL PHYSICS) P 113-5.






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SOV. J. LCW TEMP. PHYS. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 6, NC. 2 (FEB 1980)--(TRANSL. OF (CONT.)
27. MECHANISM OF PHASE TRANSITION IN MONOCLINIC POTASSIUM-OYSPRCSIUM TUNGSTENATE. BY
SKOROBOGATOVA,I.V. SAVCHENKO,E.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. CF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 115-7.
28. MAGNETIC ORDERING IN SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY BLRMISTROV,S.N. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
USSR, MOSCOW. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 118-9.
29. INFLUENCE OF A CONSTANT MAGNETIC FIELD ON THE ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF NICKEL
ULTRASONICALLY CEFORMEC AT LOW TEMPERATURE. BY BELOSTOTSKII,V.F. ACADEMYY OF SCIFNCES
Of THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF METAL PHYSICS) P 119-21.
30. LOW FREQUENCY AESCRPTION SPECTRA OF ALPHA-NITROGEN. BY FUGOL,I.YA. KHASHCHINAL.V.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW
TEMPERATURES) P 121-2.
31. TRANSMISSION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES THROUGH A THIN METAL LAYER UNDER RESONANCE
CONDITIONS. BY LURE,M.A. PESCHANSKII,V.G. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR,
KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 123-4.
32. FILM OF HELIUM HE-II ON THE SURFACE OF SOLIC HYCRCGEN. BY SHCHERBACHENKO,R.I.
GORDEEV,S.I. ESELSON,e.N. ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. CF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 125-6.

SOV. J. LCW TEMP. PHYS. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 6, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)--(TRANSL. OF FIZ. NIZK.
TEMP. VOL 6, NO. 3, MAR 1980)
33. EFFECT OF BOUND IMPURITY FAIRS ON SURFACE TENSION OF HELIUM SOLUTIONS. BY
ANTSYGINA,T.N. SLYUSAREV,V.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 131-4.
34. FLUCTUATIONS OF MASS ANC SPIN CURRENTS AND THE SUPERFLUIDITY OF (3)HE. BY
ITSKOVICH,I.F. KULIKI.O. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. CF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 134-7.
35. EFFECT OF ORDERING OF ANDERSON IMPURITIES ON THE CRITICAL TEMPERATURE OF A
SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY ANCREEV,V.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 138-40.
36. SCREENING OF EDGE DISLOCATICNS IN NORMAL METALS AND SUPERCONDUCTORS AND THE SOFTENING OF
METALS AT THE SUPERCONCLCTLNG TRANSITION. BY GAEOVICH,A.M. ILCHENKOL.G.
PASHITSKII,E.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF PHYSICS)
P 141-5.
37. EFFECT OF HYDROSTATIC CCMPRESSICN ON TUNNELING IN LEAD-BISMUTH SUPERCONDUCTOR SOLUTIONS.
BY BORODAI,B.I. SVISTUNOV,V.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, DONETSK.
PRYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 14E-8.
38. EtECTROMAGNETIC EXCITATION OF WEAKLY DAMPED COLLECTIVE OSCILLATIONS IN SUPERCONDUCTORS.
BY BEZUGLII,E.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 149-53.
39. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES AND ENERGY SPECTRUM OF CC(1-N)MG(X) ALLOYS, BY GRECHNEV,G.E.
SVECHKAREVI.V. MCCLUPE,J.W. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. CF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 154-7.
40. STATIC MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF A SPIN CHAIN WITH AN IMPURITY. BY KLEINERV.Z.
TSUKERNIK,V.M. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 158-61.
41. THE FARADAY EFFECT IN INHOMOGENEOUSLY MAGNETIZED MEDIA. BY SEMENTSOV,D.I. MOROZOV,A.M.
(NORTH OSSETIAN STATE UNIV., USSR) P 161-4.
42. EXCHANGE SYMMETRY OF MAGNETICALLY ORDERED CRYSTALS, BY BARYAKHTAR,V.G. YABLONSKIIC.A.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, CONETSK. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST.) P 164-70.
43. MIGRATION OF EXCITONS IN THE ANTIFERROMAGNET CSMNF(3). BY MATYUSHKINE.V.
S'USHKOV,V.I. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHAPKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 171-4.
44. FIRST PRINCIPLES CALCULATION OF THE HOLE BANDS IN CRYSTALLINE NE. BY SRINAYA,V.K.
TOLPYGO,K.B. (ACADEMY CF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, DONETSK. PHYSICCTECHNICAL
IRST.) P 175-7.
45. LOCALIZED STATE OF AN ELECTRON AT AN EDGE DISLOCATION. BY VORONOVt.P. KOSEVICH,A.M.
(KHARKOV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR) P 177-9.
46. NONEQUILI9RIUM CONDENSATION OF ARGON FLOWING FROM A SUPERSONIC NOZZLE. BY
30NDARENKO,E.A. VERKHCVTSEVA,E.T. KUPKC,A.V. CHEBANOVA,T.S. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE UKRAINIAN SSP, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 180-4.
47. TEMPERATURES ATTAINABLE BY ADIABATIC DEMAGNETIZATION OF CERIUM-LANTHANUM-MAGNESIUM
NITRATES. BY ODEHNAL,M. SVEC,K. KOLACM. ET AL (CZECHOSLOVAK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES,
PRAGUE. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 184-6.
48. TEMPERATURE DEPENCENCES OF SOUNC ABSORPTION ANC CISPERSION ASSOCIATED WITH FERMI-SURFACE
PLATEAUS. BY STEPANOVA,N.A. KOPELIOVICH,A.I. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN
SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 187-8.
49. SUPERCONDUCTING FLUCTUATIONS IN THIN TIN FILMS DEPOSITED AT HELIUM TEMPERATURE. BY
BELEVTSEV,B.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICOTECHNICAL
INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 189-90.
50. MAGNETIZATION STIMULATION IN FERROMAGNETS BY AN ALTERNATING MAGNETIC FIELD. BY
SEMINCZHENKO,V.P. YATSENKO,A.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. CF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 191-2.






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SOV. J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 6, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)--(TRANSL. OF (CONT.)
51. ANOREI STANISLAVOVICH 8OROVIK-ROMANOV (ON HIS 60TH BIRTHDAY). BY THE EDITORIAL SCARO
P 193.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 20 (NOV 19e0)
52. ANNOUNCEMENT. CHANGES IN THE PHYSICAL REVIEW AND PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. BY LAZARUSD.
(EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY) P 1605-6.
53. LINEAR ANC NONLINEAR PROCESSES IN THE EROSION OF H(2)O ICE BY FAST LIGHT IONS. BY
BROWNW.L. AUGUSTYNIAKW.M. LANZEROTTI,L.J. ET AL (BELL LABS., MURrAY HILL, N. J.)
P 1632-5.
54. OBSERVATION OF A TWO-STEP MELTING IN THE SUEMONOLAYER REGION OF TETRAMETHYLTIN
SN(CH(3))(4) ADSOSBED CN (0001) GRAPHITE, BY MOESSBAUER SPECTROSCOPY. BY SPECHTER,H.
BPENEP,R. SUZANNE,J. (TECHNICN-ISRAEL INST. OF TECP-., HAIFA. PHYSICS AND SOLID STATE
INST.) P 1639-42.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 21 (NOV 1980)
55. A NEW SECTION FOR PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. (EDITCRIALi. BY ADAIR,R.K. WELLSG.L.
P 1661-2.
56. TrME-OEPENCENT IMAGES IN TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY ASSOCIATED WITH THE PHASE
TRANSITIONS OF NPSE(3). BY FUN,K.K. STEEDSJ.W. (BRISTOL UNIV., ENGLAND. H. H.
WILLS PHYSICS LAB.) P 1696-9.
57. OBSERVATION OF INELASTIC IMPURITY SCATTERING OF ELECTRONS IN THE RESISTIVITY OF
POTASSIUM-RUSIDIUM ALLOYS. BY LEE,C.W. PRATTW.P.,JR. ROWLANDS,J.A. SCHROEOER,P.A.
(MICHIGAN STATE UNIV., EAST LANSING. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1708-11.
58. RESONANT OPTICAL ENERGY TRANSFER IN RUBY. BY JESSOP,P.E. SZABO,A. (NATIONAL RESEARCH
COUNCIL OF CANACA, OTTAhA, CNTARIO. DIV. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 1712-5.
59. FOUR-PARTICLE RACIATIVE TRANSITIONS OF BIEXCITONS ANC MULTIPLE BOUND EXCITONS IN SI. BY
SCHMIDOW. (STUTTGART UNIV., GERMANY. PHYSIKALISCHES INST.) P 1726-9.

PHYS. PEV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 22 (DEC 1980)
60. RCLE OF SUBSTRATE SYMMETRY IN NUCLEATING SOLIC HELIUM. eY ECKSTEIN.Y. LANDAUJ.
LPPSONS.G. OLAMI,Z. (TECHNICN-ISRAEL INST. OF TECH., HAIFA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS
P 1805-3.
61. NUCLEAR MAGNETIC CREEPING IN FRNI(5) AT 0.4 FK. BY KUBOTAM. FOLLE,H.R. EUCHALCH.
ET AL (KERNFORSCHUNGSAKLAGE JLELICH G.M.9.H., GERMANY. INST. FUER
FESTKOERPERFORSCHiNG) F 1812-5.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 23 (DEC 1980)
62. GROUP-VELCCITY SFECTRCSCOPY OF COLLECTIVE MODES IN SUPERFLUIC (3)HE-8. BY CALOERtI.O.
MAST,0.3. SARMA,e.K. ET AL (NORTHWESTERN UNIV., EVANSTON, ILL. CEPT. OF PHYSICS ANC
ASTRONOMY) P 1866-9.
63. STUDY OF NONLINEFAR LFCTIC FIELD) FFFECTS IN TFTRAMETHYLTETRASELENEFULVALENE
HEXAFLUOROPhOSPHATE ((TlTSF)(2)PF(6)). (4.2 K). BY CHAIKIN,F.M. GRUENER,G.
ENGLERE.M. GREENE,R.L. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1874-7.

PHYS. PEV. A VOL 22, NC. 6 (DEC 1980)
64. BORN-GREEN-YVON APPFOACF TO THE LOCAL DENSITIES CF A FLUID AT INTERFACES. BY FISCHER,J.
METHFESSELM. (FUHR-UNIV. BOChUM, GERMANY. INST. FUE- THERMO- UNO FLUIOCYNAMIK)
P 2836-43.
65. CONTRIBUTION OF THREE-BCDY INTERACTIONS TO THE CYNAMIC CORRELATIONS IN GASEOUS KRYPTON.
BY SCHOMMERSW. (KERNFCRSCHUNGSZENTRUM KARLSRUHE, GERMANY. INST. FUER ANGEWANDTE
KERhPHYSIK I) P 2855-9.

PHYS. REV. B VOL 22, NO. 11 (CEC 1980)
66. (23)NA ANO (27)AL IN ?ETA-ALUMINA SOLID ELECTROLYTES. BY VILLA,M. aJOPKSTAMJ.L.
(CONSIGLIC NAZIONALE CELLE RICERCHE, PAVIA, ITALY. ISTITUTO DI FISICA GENERAL A.
VOLTA) P 5033-42.
67. NMR IN AGFT ALLOYS. eY HEREERG,H. VOITLAENDER,J. (MUNICH UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER
PHYSIKALISCHE CHEPIE) F 5043-51.
68. SPECTRUM CF SM(2+)-SRCLF. BY GKENET,G. KIBLER,?. GROSA. ET AL (LYON-1 UNIV.,
VrLLEURBANNE, FEAhFE. INST. CE PHYSIQUE NUCLFAIRE) P 5052-67.
69. RESPONSE OF THE MCESSEALEP SPECTRUM OF PARAMAGNETIC FE(3+) IN AL(2)0(3) TO NUCLEAR
OIPOLE FIELDS. BY HESS.J. LEVYA. (HEBREW UNIV., JEPUSALEM, ISRAEL. RACAH INST. OF
PHYSICS) P 5068-78.
70. (13)C NUCLEAR; MAGNETIC ;ESONANCE IN DONCR- ANC ACCEFTOR-TYPE INTERCALATION COMPOUNDS.
BY SUGANUMAM. MIZLTANIU. KCNDOW,T. (NAGOYA UNIV., JAPAN. CEPT. OF CRYSTALLINE
MATERIAL SCIENCE) P 5079-84.
71. NUCLEAR MAGNETIC FESC:NNCE OF (51)V IN (TI(I-X)V(X))(2)O(3) (X BETWEEN 0 AND 1) POWDERS.
BY CUMASJ. (CENTRE NATIONAL CE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIGLE, GRENOBLE, FRANCE. GROUP
CES TRANSITIONS CE PHASES) P 5085-91.
72. DYNAMIC POLARIZATION ECHOES IN METALLIC POWERS. 9Y TSURUOKA,F. KAJIMURAK. (TOKYO
IRST. OF TECH., JAPAN. FACULTY OF SCIENCE) P 50C2-109.







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PHYS. REV. B VOL 22, NO. 11 (DEC 1980) (CONT.)
73. EtECTRIC FIELD GRADIENTS AND IMPURITY DISTRIBUTIONS IN DOPED NOBLE METALS A SYSTEMATIC
STUDY, BY BAUMVOL,I.J.P. BEHAR,P. DA JORNACA,J.A.H. ET AL (RIO GRANDE 00 SUL UNIV.,
PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL. INST. CE FISICA) P 5115-27.
74. STUDY OF THE SUPERFLUID TRANSITION IN ThO-OIMENSIONAL (4)HE FILMS. BY BISHOP,D.J.
REPPYJ.D. (BELL LAPS., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 5171-85.
75. EXPERIMENTS ON SUPERFLUIDITY IN (3)HE-(4)HE MIXTURE FILMS. BY WEBSTER,E. CHESTERM.
WEBSTER,G.O.L. OESTEREICHT. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LOS ANGELES. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 5186-92.
76. STRUCTURE OF THE STATIC PAIR-CORRELATION FUNCTION IN SUPERFLUID (4)HE. BY GRIFFIN,A.
(UNSTITUT MAX VON LAUE PAUL LANGEVIN, GRENOBLE, FRANCE) P 5193-8.
77. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE CF SPATIAL CORRELATICNS IN LIQUID (4)HE AND THE BOSE-EINSTEIN
CONDENSATION. BY CHESTER,G.V. REATTO,L. (CORNELL UNIV., ITHACA, N. Y. LAB. OF ATOMIC
AND SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 5199-202.
78. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN AMORPHOUS T(5)T(9) TRANSITION-METAL ALLOYS IT(5)=NB, TA. T(9)=RH,
IR). BY KOCH,C.C. KROEGERO.M. SCARBROUGH,J.O. GIESSENB.C. (OAK RIDGE NATIONAL
LAB., TENN. METALS ANO CERAMICS DIV.) P 5213-24.
79. EFFECT OF MICROWAVE RADIATION ON TUNNELING BETWEEN SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY ENTIN-WOHLMAN,O.
(TEL AVIV UNIV., ISRAEL. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY) P 5225-32.
80. P-WAVE SUPERCONDUCTORS IN MAGNETIC FIELDS. BY SCHARNBERG,K. KLEMM,R.A. (HAMBURG
UNIV., GERMANY. ABT. FLER THEORETISCHE FESTKOERPERPHYSIK) P 5233-44.
81. ABSENCE OF DIMENSIONAL CROSSOVER AT THE ZERO-TEMPERATURE TRANSITION IN A BOSE SYSTEM.
BY ZANNETTIM. (SALERNC UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO DI FISICA) P 5267-73.
82. CRITICAL BEHAVIOR AT THE INCOMMENSURATE STRUCTURAL PHASE TRANSITION IN K(2)SEO(4). BY
MAJKRZAK,C.F. AXE.J.D. BRUCE,A.D. (BRCOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. Y.)
P 5278-83.
83. SINGULAR THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES IN RANDOM MAGNETIC CHAINS. BY HIRSCHJ.E. JOSE,J.V.
(CHICAGO UNIV., ILL. JAMES FRANCK INST.) P 5339-54.
84. LOW-TEMPERATURE THERMOCYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF A PANCOM ANISOTROPIC ANTIFERROMAGNETIC
CHAIN. BY HIRSCH,J.E. (CHICAGO UNIV., ILL. JAMES FRANK INST.) P 5355-65,
85. ANTIFERROPAGNETISM ANO ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF CILUTE CHROMIUM-GERMANIUM ALLOYS. BY
ARAJS,S. AIDUNR. MOYERC.A. (CLARKSON CCLL. CF TECHNOLOGY, POTSDAM, N. Y. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 5366-8.
86. OtNAMICS OF THE S = 1/2 LINEAR HEISENBERG ANTIFERROMAGNET IN A MAGNETIC FIELD -
EXPERIMENT AND THEORY. BY GROENJ.P. KLAASSEN,T.0. POULIS,N.J. ET AL (LEIDEN
RBJKSUNIVERSITEIT, NETHERLANDS. KAMELIhGH ONNES LAB.) P 536C-81.
87. INELASTIC-LIGHT-SCATTERING STUCY OF MAGNON SOFTENING IN ERFEO(3). BY KOSHIZUKA,N.
USHIOOA,S. (ELECTROTECHNICAL LAB., I8ARAKI, JAPAN) P 5394-9.
88. NMR STUDY OF THE 3D FERROMAGNETIC METALS CRITICAL REGION AND PARAMAGNETIC PHASE. BY
SNAHAM,M. BARAKJ. EL-HANANYU. WARREN,W.W.,JR. (ISRAEL ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION,
YAVNE. SOREQ NUCLEAR RESEARCH CENTER) P 5400-19.
89. INHOMOGENEOUS FEQROMAGNETIC ORDERING IN PCFE ANO PDMN ALLOYS STUDIES VIA SMALL-ANGLE
NEUTRON SCATTERING. BY VERSEEKB.H. NIEUWENHUYS,G.J. MYDOSH,J.A. ET AL (PHILIPS
RESEARCH LABS., EINDHOVEN, NETHERLANDS) P 5426-40.
90. NEUTRON SCATTERING STUCY CF SPiN WAVES AND EXCHANGE INTERACTIONS IN FERROMAGNETIC EUS.
BY BOHN,H.G. ZINNW. CORNER,e. KOLLMAR,A. (KERNFORSCHUNGSANLAGE JUELICH G.M.B.H.,
GERMANY. INST. FUER FESTKOERPERFCRSCHUNG) P 5447-52.
91. MOESSBAUEO STUDY CF CO(C.995)(57)FE(0.005)S(2) IN EXTERNAL MAGNETIC FIELDS MAGNETIC
STRUCTURE OF COS(I) AND THE QUACRUPOLE SPLITTING CF THE FES(2)-COS(2)-NIS(2) SYSTEM. BY
NISHIHARA,Y. OGAWA,S. (ELECTROTECHNICAL LAB., IBARAKI, JAPAN) P 5453-9.
92. MAGNETOSTATIC MODE EXCITATICNS IN EUS. BY KONDALS.C. SEEHRA,M.S. (WEST VIRGINIA
UNIV., MORGANTOWN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5482-9.
93. EFFECT OF KONDO IMPURITIES ON THE KORRINGA RELAXATION TIME. BY ROSHENW.A. SAAM,W.F.
(OHIO STATE UNIV., COLUMBLS. CEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 5495-500.
94. DETERMINATION OF THE CRITICAL EXPONENT ETA BY NEUTRON AND LIGHT SCATTERING FROM A BINARY
LDOUIO MIXTURE. BY SCHNEIDERR. 3ELKOURA,L. SCHELTENJ. ET AL (KERNFORSCHUNGSANLAGE
JUELICH G.M.B.H., GERMANY. INST. FUER FESTKOERPERFORSCHUNG) P 5507-16.
95. THERMAL RESISTIVITY OF SOLIC HYDROGEN OR DELTERILM AT HIGH ORTHO OR PARA CONCENTRATIONS.
BY REYNOLDS,C.L.,JR. ANDERSON,A.C. (BELL LAeS., READING, PA.) P 5547-8.

J. CHE"'. PHYS. VOL 73, NO. 9 (NOV 1980)
96. ROTATIONAL RELAXATION OF CCS IN LIQUID N-HEPTANE VISCOSITY AND FREE VOLUME DEPENDENCE.
BY. GOULAY,A.M. VI'CENT-GEISSE,J. (PARIS-6 UNIV., FRANCE. SERVICE DE SPECTROSCOPIE
MOLECULAIRE EN MILIEU CCNCENSE) P 4203-6.
97. THE REPULSIVE FORCES IN DENSE ARGCN. BY ;OSS,M. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., LIVERMORE.
LAWHENCF LIVECMCFE LAB.) P 4445-50.
98. LASER PHOTOCHEMISTRY ANC HOLE-.LRNING OF CHLORINE IN CRYSTALLINE N-ALKANES AT LOW
TEMPERATURES BY VOELKERS. MACFARLANF9..M. (IBM RESEARCH LAB., SAN JOSE, CALIF.)
P 4476-82.
99. PPEZO- AND ELASTO-OPTIC PROPERTIES OF LIOUICS LNiER HIGH PRESSURE. III. RESULTS ON
TWELVE MORE LIQLICS. BY CHENC.C. VEDAM,K. (PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV., UNIVERSITY
PARK. MATERIALS RESEARCH LAB.) P 4577-84.






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APPL. PHYS. LETT. VOL 37, NO. 8 (OCT 1980)
100. THERMALLY STIMULATED OEFOLARIZATION OF FOLYETHYLENE BETWEEN 5 AND 190 K. BY RONARCH,D.
(CENTRE NATIONAL C ETUCES DES TELECOMMUNICATIONS, LANNION, FRANCE) P 707-8.
101. NOISE PHENOMENA IT JOSEFHSON JUNCTIONS. BY -UPEEMAN,B.A. CRUTCHFIELO,J.P.
PACKARDN.H. (XEROX CCFP., PALO ALTO, CALIF. PALO ALTO RESEARCH CENTER) P 750-2.

SCIENCE VOL 210, NO. 4473 (NOV 1980)
102. SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING EDUCATION. (EDITCRIAL). BY ABELSONP.H. P 965.
103. THE NEXT STEP IN FUSION WHAT IT IS ANG HOW IT IS BEING TAKEN. BY CLARKEJ.F.
(DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, kASHINGTCN, D. C. DEPOT. OF FUSION ENERGY) P 967-72.
104. SCIENCE AND THE UNIVERSITY. BY GIAMATTI,a.e. (YALE UNIV., NEW HAVEN, CONN.) P 984-7.

SCIENCE VOL 210, NO. 4474 (DEC 1980)
105. AMERICAS VANISHING LEAD IN ELECTRONICS. EDITORIALL). BY AEELSON,P.H. P 1079.

INTERDISCIPL. SCI. REV. VCL 5, NO. 3 (SEP 1980)
106. UNCONTRCLLED AND UNFOCUSED GROWTH THE UNITED-STATES SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT, SST, AND THE
ATTEMPT TO SYNTHESIZE FLELS FRCM COAL. EY HORhITCH,M. (HARVARD UNIV., BOSTON, MASS.
GRACUATF SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADFINISTRATICt) P 231-44.
107. OIL AND GAS IN THE FIGH ARCTIC THE ISLANDS OF CANADA. BY HETHERINGTON,C.R. (PANARCT
OILS LTD.. CALGARY, ALBERTA) P 245.

CAN. J. PHYS. VOL 58, NC. 11 (NOV 1980)
108. ELECTROMAGNETIC SLRFACE WAVES APPLICATION TO RAVAN SPECTRCSCOPY, (IN FRENCH). 9Y
LEVY,V. (PARIS UNIV., CRSAY, FRANCE. INST. C OPTIQUE) P 1525-37.
109. SOME ELECTRICAL PROPEPTIES OF AMORPHOUS CI(tlA`(2). BY ENNSE.I. EROOIED.E.
(WATEPLOP UNIV., CNTARIC. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1589-94.
110. LDNEARIZATION OF THE T(C) EQUATION. dY JAIN,S.C. KACHHAVA,C.M. (RAJASTHAN UNIV.,
JAIPUR, INDIA. CEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1614-6.

PHYSICAL (UTRECHT) e+C VCL 101, NO. 3 (SEP 1980)
111. LIOUID HELIUM-II COUNTERFLOW IN A TUBE PACKED WITH ANGULAR PARTICLES AND APPLICATION AS
A SUPERFLLID PUMP. BY GUFNIN.E.M. HESSC.e. (VIRGINIA UNIV., CHARLOTTESVILLE. CEPT.
OF PHYSTCE) P 285-93.

PHYS. LETT. A VCL 79, NC. 5,b (OCT 1980)
112. INFLUENCE OF SELF-NUCLEATINC CLUSTERS ON THE ANNIFILATION OF POSITRCNS IN LOW
TEMPERATURE ARGCN GAS. BY ALBRECHT,R.S. JONES,G. IBRITISP COLUMBIA UNIV., VANCOUVER.
DFPT. OF PHYSICS) P 417-20.
113. THEORY OF CLOSEC-LOOP PHASE DIAGRAMS IN BINARY FLUID MIXTURES. BY WALKERJ.S.
VAUSEC.A. (MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH., CAM9RICGE. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 421-4.
114. TEMPERATURE DEPENCENCE CF THE LANDAU CRITICAL VELOCITY IN HE II. BY ANDREI,E.Y.
GLASERSCNW.I. (PUTGERS UNIV., PISCATAWAY, N. J. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 431-4.
115. FLAPPING MODES IN SUPEPFLUID (3)HE-A IN A STATIC MAGNETIC FIELD. BY WARTAK,M.S.
(TECHNICAL UNIV. CF wMCCLAW, POLAND. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 435-6.
116. MEASURJFMENT OF G/H USINC THE SUPERCONDUCTING AC JOSEPHSON EFFECT dBY NIETO,M.M.
GOLOMANT. (LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LAB., N. MEV. THEORETICAL DIV.) P 449-53.

PHYS. LETT. A VCL 80, NC. 1 (NOV 1980)
117. THE MARTENSITIC TRANSITION IN A15 COMPOUNDS THE ELASTIC SOFTENING IN THE LOW
TEMPEPATUr.E PHALE. 3Y 9ATAOKA,M. (TOHCKU LNIV., SENDAI, JAPAN. RESEARCH INST. FOR
IRON, STFFL ANO OTHER PETALS) P 35-9.
118. THE UPPER CRITICAL CIMFNSIONALITY OF A CLASS CF STRUCTURAL PHASE TRANSITIONS. BY
CHALKER,J.T. (OVFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. DEPT. OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS) P 40-2.
119. RENORMALIZATION GROUP CALCULATICN OF SOUND ATTENUATION AND DISPERSION NEAR THE
LPOUIO-GAS CRITICAL PCINT. 9Y KROLL,D.M. RUHLADC,.M. (MUNICH UNIV., GERMANY.
SECTION PHYSIK) P 45-8.
120. FLICKER NOISE OF HOT HOLES IN SILICON AT 78 K. BY BOSMANG. ZIJLSTRA,R.J.J. VAN
RHEFNEN,A. (UTRECHT RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT, NETHEFLANES. FYSISCH LAB.) P 57-8.
121. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY aND BAND GAP OF MARCASITE (FES(2)). 3Y JAGA.EESHM.S.
SFEHRA,M.S. (WEST VIRGINIA UNIV., MORGANTOWN. CEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 59-61.
122. EVIDENCE OF INTERMIXING AT SI(III)/AU INTERFACF AT LIQUID NITROGEN TEMPERATURE. 3Y
ABOATT.I. 8RAICOVICH,L. FRAhCIOSI,A. (POLTTFCNICO DT MILANO, ITALY. ISTITUTO DI
FESTCA) P 69-71.
123. TEMPERATURE CEPENCENCE CF THE ULTRASONIC ATTENUATION COEFFICIENT FOR ERRH(4)B(4) BETWEEN
1.5 K AND 20 K. BY SCHNEIOER,S.C. LEVY,M. JOHNSTON,D.C. MATTHIAS,B.T. (WISCONSIN
UNIV., MILWAUKEE. CEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 72-4.
124. TRICRITICAL POINT IN INFOMOGENEOUS SUPERCONCUCTORS. BY COBROSAVLJEVIC,L. KULICM.
RAOOVICZ. (BELGRACE UNIV., YUGOSLAVIA. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 75-8.
125. THE PHONON DEFICIT EFFECT IN SUPERCONDUCTORS INDUCED BY UHF RADIATION. BY GULIAN,A.M.
ZHARKOVG.F. (ACADEMY CF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 79-80.






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IRT. J. THErMCPHY!. VCL 1, NO. 2 (JUN 1980)
126. THE INVESTIGATION OF THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS BY AN ALTERNATING CURRENT
HOT-WIPE METHOD. BY P-LIPPOVL.P. NEFEDOVS.N. KRAVCHCON,S.N. (MOSCOW STATE UNIV.,
USSR. DEFT. OF PHYSICS) P 141-6.
127. GAS-PHASE TRANSPORT PHENOMENA AT LOH TEMPERATUcES THERMAL CIFFUSICN IN AN AR-KR
SYSTEM. ?Y ZHOANCVV.L. KOLEKCHITS,O.A. MATHUF,9.P. SAXENA,S.C. ACADEMYY OF
SCIENCES OF ThE PELORUSSIAN SSP, MINSK. INST. OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER) P 147-57.
128. AN IMPROVE CORRELATION FOR THE CALCULATION OF LIQUID THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY. BY
BARONCINIC. DI FILIFPC,o. LATINI,G. FACETTI,V. (ANCONA UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO CI
FISICA TECNICA) P 159-75.
129. OPTIMIZED PARAMETERS ANC EXPCNENTS OF MIE (N,V) INTERMOLECULAR POTENTIAL ENERGY FUNCTION
BASED ON THE SHAPE OF MCLECULES. 3Y ECALAT,M. LAN.S.S. PANG,F. VANSOORI,G.A.
(ILLINOIS UNIV., CHICAGC. CEPT. OF ENERGY ENGINEERING) P 177-84.
130. DETERMINATION OF THERMAL CIFFUSIVITY OF SOLICS BY USE P' PERIODIC HEAT FLOW. BY
LAMVIK,M. (TRONDFEIM UNIV., NCRWAY. INST. FOR TEKNISK VAPMELAERE) P 233-42.

APPL. PHYS. VOL 23, NO. 3 (NOV 1980)
131. ON THE PREPARATION OF NE(3)SN LAYERS ON MONOCRYSTALLINE NB SUBSTRATES. BY
HILLENPRAND,E. UZEL,Y. SCHNITZKE,K (SIEMENS A.G., ECLANGEN, GERMANY.
FORSCHUNGSLASORATORIUM) F 237-40.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 30 (CCT 1980)
132. LOW-TEMPERATURE TRANSITION IN TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF IN(2)SE(2.93)CL(0.06). (LETTER TO
THE EDITOR). 3Y RATTY,A. LEVY-CLEMENT,C. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE
SCIENTIFIQUE, 9ELLEVUE, FRANCE. LAS. OE PHYSIQUE DES SOLIDES) P L857-61.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NC. 31 (NOV 1980)
133. EFFECTIVE MASS CF LICLIC (3)HE USING THE MELTING CURVE CATA. (LETTER TO THE EDITCQ).
BY CHADCAH,P. SIMMONS,.C. (ILLINOIS UNIV., UPRANA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P L895-900.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. ?2 (NCV 1980)
134. CRYSTAL STRUCTURE AND LATTICE DISTORTION OF GAMMA-NBN(X) AND CELTA-NEN(X). BY HEGER,H.
8AUMGARTNER,O. (KERFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM KARLSPUF-F, EPMANY. INST. FUER ANGEWANOTE
KERNPHYSIK) P 5833-41.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. 33 (NOV 1980)
136. THE OBSERVATION CF INTERACTION AND LOCALISATION EFFECTS IN A TWO-DIMENSIONAL ELECTRON
GAS AT LOW TEMPERATURES. (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY UREN,M.J. DAVIES,R.A. PEPPEf,M.
(CAMBRIDGE UNIV., ENGLAND. CAVENDISH LAB.) P L85-93.
136. GR TRANSITIONS IN DIAMCON MAGNETIC FIELD MEASUREMENTS. (LETTER TO THE EDITOR). BY
MANSONN.3. POERSCH,J. RUNCIMAN,W.A. (AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIV., CANBERRA. DEPT. OF
SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P L1005-9.
137. POINT-CONTACT SPECTROSCCPY IN PETALS. BY JANSEN,A.G.M. VAN GELDER,A.P. WYDER,P.
(NIJMFGEN UNIV., NETHERLANDS. RESEARCH INST. FOR MATERIALS) P 6073-118.

J. PHYS. C VOL 13, NO. q (SEP 1980)
138. THE CRITICAL STATE STABILITY ANC OSCILLATIONS IN HARD SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY MAKSIMCV,I.L.
MTNTS,R.G. (GOPKII STATE UNIV., USSR) P 1689-98.
139. DESIGN OF SINGLE LAYER !UPERCCNCUCTIVE ENERGY STCRAGE MAGNETS. SY EYSSA,Y.M.
(WISCONSIN UNIV., MACISCN. APPLIED SUPERCONDUCTIVITY LAB.) P 1719-26.

J. PHYS. F VOL 10, NO. 11 (NOV 1980)
140. SUPERCONDUCTING LA(3-Y)S(4) CCMFCLNDS. BY WESTERHOLT,K. eACH,H. NFNDEMUTH,R.
METHFESSELS. (PLHR-UNIV., BOCHUM, GERMANY. INST. FUFR EXPERIMENTALPHYSIK) P 2459-69.

Z. NATURFORSCH. TEIL A VOL 35, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
141. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND WIXED CONDUCTION. 3Y WELKEF,H. P S99-901.

SOV. PHYS. SOLIL STATE (ENGL. TRANSL.) VCL 22, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
142. SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION TEMPERATURE CF AN ANISOTROPIC SUPERCONCUCTOR CONTAINING
STATIC IMPURITIES. BY ZHERNCV,A.P. MALCV,YU.'. P 739-41.
143. INFLUENCE OF AL ITPLRITY ATOMS CN THE PHCNON SPECTRUM OF V(3)GE, BY SYRYKH,G.F.
ZEMLYANOV.M.G. CHE9NCPLEKOV,N.A. P 789-91.
144. STRUCTURAL TRANSTTIONS IN A PB(1-X)SN(X)SF SYSTEM AT 4.2 300 K. Y SHMYTKO,I.M.
KUCHARENKCI.V. SHOTOV,A.P. ET AL P 8Cf-10.
145. TEMPERATURE DEPENCENCE CF THERMAL EXPANSInN OF CACMIUM SLLFICE IN THt PANGE 20 TO 820 K.
BY OSKOTSKII,V.S. KOYAKOV,I.B. SOLODUKHIN,A.V. P b61-3.

SOV. PHYS. SOLID STATF (ENGL. TRANSL.) VCL 22, NO. 6 (JUN 1980)
146. DIELECTRIC LOSSES IN MFTAL-STRCNTIUM TITANATE INSULATOP-METAL STRUCTURES IN THE RF
FREQUENCY RANGE AT &.2 K. BY VENtIK,O.G. CEOYKA.I. ZAO1NCHKOVSKII,A.YA.
KONOVALFNKOV.V. P 991-3.
147. TRANSIENT JOSEPHSPN EFFECT IN A CONTACT WITH AN INTERMEDIATE NORMAL METAL LAYER. 3Y
MITSAI,YU.N. P 1026-8.






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SOV. PHYS. SOLID STATE (ENGL. IRANSL.) VOL 22? NC. 6 (JUN 1980) ICONT.)
148. EFFECT OF AN ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD ON THE CFITTCAL CURRENT IN SUPERCONDUCTING FILMS. BY
ISAAKYAN,A.R. P 1031-4.

FIZ. TVERD. TELA VCL 22, NO. 9 (SEP 19801 (IN RUSSIAN)
149. BAND STRUCTURE EFFECT CN POSSIBILITY OF SUPEPCONELCTIVITY ANC MAGNETISM COEXISTANCE. BY
KOPAEVYU.V. MENYAILENKO,V.V. MOLOTKOV,S.N. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW.
INST. OF PHYSICS) P 25e8-96.
150. MOBILITY CF SCREW DISLCCATICNS IN KCL CRYSTALS IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 77-300 K. BY
LUBENETSS.V. OSTAPCHUKE.I. LANOAU,A.I. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR,
KHARKOV. INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURE ENGINEERING P-YSICS) P 27?6-34.
151. EFFECT OF FREQUENCY DEPENDENCE OF ELECTRON DENSITY STATES ON CRITICAL TEMPERATURE OF
SUPERCONDUCTORS. ?Y KACAKOZOV,A.E. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSQ, TROTTSK. INST.
OF HIGH PRESSURE PHYSICS) P 2842-3.

UKR. FIZ. ZH. (RUSS. EC.) VOL 25, NO. 8 (AUG 1980)
152. CRITICAL MAGNETIC FIELDS OF THE SUPERCONDUCTOP-EXCITON DIELECTRIC MIXED PHASE. BY
KRASNOGCLCVETSV.V. (KIEV STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN V5R) P 1237-41.
153. OPTIC PROPERTIES ANC PHCTODISSCCIATIONr OF CIAZONILM SALTS. OY ZHARKOV,I.P.
KONDRATENKO,P.A. KURIK,M.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF
PHYSICS) P 1263-8.
154. NONEQUILIBRIUM PHENOMENA IN ELECTRON TUNNELLING FROM A SUPERCONOUCTCR INTO A NORMAL
METAL FILM. BY SEMINOZHENKO,V.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE LKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOv.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 1310-6.
155. THE HALL EFFECT AND CONDUCTIVITY CF CD(X)HG(1-X)TE CRYSTALS. BY VLASENKOA.I.
LYUBCHENKO,A.V. SALKOV,E.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF
SEMICONDUCTOPS) P 1317-23.
156. FIELD-STIMULATEG GENERATION OF SURFACE STATES IN IRRADIATED
METAL-INSULATOR-SEMICONCUCTOR STRUCTURES. BY KI2LIK,V.YA. LITOVCHENKO,V.G.
LITVINOVR.O. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF
SEMICONDUCTORS) P 1348-55.
157. ANISOTROPIC SCATTERING CF CURRENT CARRIES IN LEAC CHALCOGENICES. BY GORLEYP.N.
ZAYACHUKD.M. STARIK,P.M. SHENDEROVSKII.V.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN
SSR, KIEV. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 1364-3.
158. OPTICAL AND ELECTRIC PFCPERTIES OF PB(1->ISN(x)S SINGLE CRYSTALS. EY GERTOVICH,T.3.
GRINEVAS.I. GUTSULYAKV.G. ET AL ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR,
CHERNOVITS. INST. OF APPLIED PROBLEMS OF MECHANICS AND MATHEMATICS P 1369-72.
159. STUDIES IN THE NATURE CF LOCAL OBSTACLES IN STRAINED KCL SINGLE CRYSTALS. BY
TABACHNIKCVAE.O. 9ENGLS,V.Z. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSP, KHARKOV.
PHYSICOTECHNICAL INST. CF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 1373-7.
160. DOMAIN STRUCTURE CF EPITAXIAL FERRITE-GARNET FILS IN THE VICINITY OF THE MAGNETIC
COMPENSATION POINT. BY BELYAEVA.A.I. EGIAZARYAN,G.S. ANTONOV,A.V. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE UIRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. PHYSICCTTCHNICAL INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURES)
P 1380-2.
161. EXCITON-PHONON INTERACTION IN GASE. 3Y BLONSKII,I.V. KROCHUK,A.S. FRANIV,A.V.
(ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF PHYSICS P 1385-7.
162. TFMPEFATUPE DEPENDENCE CF CHAnRACTERISTIC TEMPEOATL'PE AND THERMAL EXPANSION COEFFICIENT
OF CD(I-X)HG(X)TE SCLIC SCLUTICN CRYSTALS. BY REMFNYUKP.I. RARENKO,I.M. POLYAKM.I.
(CHERNOVITS STATE UNIV., UKRAINIAN SSR) P 13e9-92.
163. LOCAL STATES OF TE VACANCIES IN NARROW-BAND PB(1-X)SN(X)TE SEMICONDUCTOR. EY SIZCV,F.F.
ORLETSKII,V.B. RAOCHENNO,M.V. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST.
OF SEMICONDUCTORS) P 1394-6.

PHYS. MET. METALLCGR. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 47, NO. 6 (1979)--(TRANSL. OF FIZ. MET.
METALLOVED. VOL 47, NO. 6, 1979)
164. DECOMPOSITION OF THE GEFMANIUM SUPERSATURATEC BETA SOLID SOLUTION IN TITANIUM-NIOBIUM
ALLOYS. BY VOZILKINV.A. DOBROMYSLOV,A.V. P 112-9.
165. LOW-TEMPERATURE HEAT CONDUCTIVITY OF SOLID SOLUTIONS OF ALUMINIUM AND TIN IN TITANIUM.
BY ZLOBINTSEVG.M. ILIYEVL.B. KOZINETS,V.V. ET AL P 167-9.

FrZ. MET. METALLOVEO. VCL 50, NO. 4 (OCT 1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
166. LOW-TEMPERATURE PLASTIC DEFORMATION OF KH18N (10-15) STEELS. BY 3OLSHUTKINO.N.
DESNENKOV.A. ILICHEVV.YA. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. INST.
OF LOW TEMPERATURE ENGINEERING PHYSICS) P 826-31.
167. 11FLUENCE OF ORIGIN METAL PURITY ON LOW-TEMPERATLRE MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF
FINE-GRAIN ZH-AL ALLOYS. BY KOMNIKS.N. PONOMAFENKOI.T. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURE ENGINEERING PHYSICS) P 357-60.
168. ON LOW-TEMPERATURE MINIMUM OF ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE IN NON-EQUILIBRIUM ALLOYS. BY
RASSOKHIN,V.A. PREKULA.F. GFEN,B. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES CF THE USSR, SVERDLOVSK.
URAL SCIENCE CENTER) P 879-80.






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PHILOS. MAG. A VOL 42, NO. 4 (OCT 1980)
169. EFFECT OF COLD WORKING CN PRECIPITATION EEHAVIO'UR IN SUPERCONDUCTING TI-N9 ALLOYS. BY
OSAMURA,K. MATSUEARA,E. MIYATANI,T. ET AL (KYCTO UNIV., JAPAN. OEPT. CF METALLURGY)
P 575-89.

J. PHYS. CHEM. SOLIDS VCL 41, NO. 10 (1980)
170. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN THE GRAPHITE-POTASSIUM INTERCALATION COMPOUND C(8)K. 3Y KOIKE,Y.
TANUMA,S.-I. SUEMATSU,-. HIGUCHI,K. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. INST. FCR SOLID STATE
PHYSICS) P 1111-8.

J. LESS-CCMMON MET. VOL 74, NO. 1 (OCT 1980)
171. INFLUENCE OF THE LATTICE AND ELECTRONIC FACTORS CN THE HYDROGENATION PROPERTIES OF THE
RWI(5)-BASE (R IS A RARE FARTH) HAUCKE COMPOUNDS RESULTS OF LOW TEMPERATURE HEAT
CAPACITY MEASUREMENTS. BY CHUNG,Y. TAKEPHITA,T. MCMASTERS,O.D. GSCHNE I NERK.A.,JR.
(AMES LAB., IOWA) P 217-24.

PHYS. STATUS SOLICI A VCL 61, NO. 1 (SEP 1980)
172. A MAGNETIC RELAXTICN CCCLRRING BELOW 15 K IN NICKEL-COPEC ALPHA-IFrO AFTED
LOW-TEMPERATURE ELECTRON IRRADIATION. BY BLYTHE,H.J. WALZ,F. DWORSCHAK,F. (SHEFFIELD
UNIV., ENGLANC. CEPT. CF PHYSICS) P K63-6.

PHYS. STATUS SOLICIT B VCL 101, NO. 1 (SEP 1980)
173. SIMPLE EXPRESSIONS FOR LATTICE GRUFNEISEN PARAMETERS OF SIMPLE LIQUIDS THROUGH INTERNAL
PRESURE-TEMPERATLRE 9EFAVICUR. BY SHARPA,B.K. (REGIONAL COLL. OF EDUCATION,
BHUB9NESWAR, INDIA. DEFT. CF PHYSICS) P K51-6.

J. APPL. CRYSTALLCGP. VCL 13, PT. 5 (OCT 1980)
174. A NOVEL LCW-TEMPERATURE X-RAY GONIOMETER WITH CLOSED-CYCLE COOLING TO ABOUT 18 K. BY
SAMSON,S. GOLOISH,E. CICK,C.J. (CALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH., PASADENA. ARTHUR AMOS
NOYES LAB. OF CHEMICAL FHYSICS) P 425-32.

KPIST. TECH. VOL 15, NO. 8 (1980)
175. CLIMB MECHANISMS ANC CRITICAL TEMPERATURE IN OFF-STOICHIOMETRIC V(3)SI. BY PAUFLER,P.
(KAPL-MARX-UNIV., LEIPZIG, EAST GERMANY. SEKTION CHEMIE) P 961-4.

PADIAT. PHYS. CHEM. VCL 16, NO. 5 (1980)
176. CHANGES OF TRAPPE[ HYCPCGEN ATOM ENVIRONMENT IN SULFURIC ACID GLASSES AT 77 K. BY
PLONKA,A. BOGUS,k. (TECHNICAL UNIV. OF LOCZ, POLAND. INST. OF APPLIED RADIATION
CHEMISTRY) P 365-8.
177. ISOTHERMAL LUMINESCENCE OF GAl'A-IRRADIATFO 3--YETHYLPENTANE CONTAINING TWO SOLUTES AT 77
K. BY MAYERJ. EZACKOSKA-NICZE,M. KROn,J. (TECHNICAL UNIV. OF LODZ, POLAND. INST.
OF APPLIES RADIATION CHEMISTRY) P 399-404.

J. CHEM. THERVODYt. VOL 12, NO. 11 (NOV 1980)
178. THE COITICAL-REGION ECLATION OF STATE OF FTHFNE ANO THE EFFECT CF SPALL IMPURITIES. BY
HASTINGS,J.R. LEVEL SENGERS,J.M.H. 3ALFOUR,F.W. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS,
WASHINGTON, 0. C. THEPrOPHYSICS DIV.) P 1009-45.
179. THERMODYNAMICS OF (CYCLCHEXANE BENZENE) AT VARIOUS TEMPERATURES. BY AICART,E.
TAQ'AJOS,G. DIA7 PENA,". (UNIVERSIOAr CCMFLUTENSE, MACRIO, SPAIN. DEPT. CE QUIMICA
FTSICA) P 1085-91.
180. HYDPATE DISSOCIATION -"RSSURFS OF (METHANF + ETHANE + WATER). EXISTENCE OF A LOCUS OF
MINIMUM PRESSURE BY FOLDER,G.D. GRIGCOICU,G..C. (PITTSBURGH UNIV., PA. DEPT. OP
CHEMICAL AND PEITOLEJUP ENGINEERING) P 1093-104.

J. PHYS. CHEM. VCL 84, NO. 23 (NOV 1980)
181. ELECTRON PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE TRANSITION PRCEAEILITIFS OF GAS-PHASE MOLECULAR OXYGEN.
BY GOLD9ERG,I.B. LAEGE4,H.O. (O4CKwFLL INTERNaTIONAL, THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. SCIENCE
CENTF:) P 3040-5.
182. ANALYTIC APPROXIMATION 10 THE SOLUTION OF VIPATICNAL-DOTATIONAL ENERGY TRANSFER IN THWE
DISSOCIATION AND FELAXATICN OF H(2), 0(2), AND Ot2). AY FORSTW. (LAVAL UNIV., QUEBEC
CITY. DEPT. OF CfEMISTFY) P 3050-4.

MOL. PHYS. VOL 41, NO. 1 (SEP 1980)
1P3. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS OF LIQUIOS MCDELLED LY 2-LENNARD-JONES PAIR POTENTIALS. III. MEMORY
FUNCTION ANALYSIS OF THE TRANSLATIONAL ANJ ROTATIONAL SELF CORRELATION FUNCTIONS. 5Y
[.ETYNA,E. SINGER,K. SINGER,J.V.L. TAYLCR,A.J. (ROYAL HOLLOWAY CCLL., ENGLEFIELC
GREEN, ENGLANC. CEPT. CF CHEMISTRY) P 31-54.
1814 MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATION OF THE MUTUAL ANE SELF DIFFUSION COEFFICIENTS IN
LENNARD-JONES LIOLID MIXTURES. BY JOLLY,C.L. BEARMAN,R.J. (NEW SOUTH WALES UNIV.,
DUNTROON, AUSTRALIA. CEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 137-47.






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WAERME STOFFUEBERTRAG. VOL 14, NO. 3 (19801
185. VISCOSITY, THERMAL CONOLCTIVITY, DIFFUSION OF HYDROGEN CILUTED IN ARGON AT HIGH
TEMPERATURES. BY NASSEF,A.E. SOFRATA,M. (RIYACI UNIV., SAUDI ARAETA. CEPT. OF
MECHANICAL ENGINFERING) P 145-52.

INT. J. QUANTUM CHEM. VCL 18, NO. 4 (OCT 19801
186. TOWARD A VERY SIMPLE PICTURE OF DISORDER EFFECTS IN ONE-CIMENSIONAL ORGANIC CONDUCTORS.
BY OUGAYM. ROUSTAN.J. (CLERMCNT-FERRAND-1 UNIV., AUBIERE, FRANCE. LAB. DE
RADIOELECT. ET DE THEORIE DE SCLIDE) P 1057-70.

ZH. FIZ. KHIM. VOL 54, NO. 9 (SEP 19801 (IN RUSSIAN)
187. CALCULATION OF EQUILIBRIUM OF HIGHLY ANHARMONIC CRYSTALS OF INERT GASES. lIT VAPOR. BY
ZUBOV,V.I. P 2236-40.
188. SURFACE PROPERTIES CF TERNARY SOLUTIONS OF THE NORMAL ALKANES. BY PUGACHEVICH,P.P.
CHERKASSKAYAA.I. P 2335-8.
189. SURFACE PROPERTIES CF BINiARY SOLUTIONS OF NORMAL ALKANES. BY PUGAChEVICH,P.P.
CHERKAS3KAYA,A.I. P 2339-43.
190. ISO9ARIC HEAT CAPACITY CF LIQUIC HYDROCARBONS AT VARIOUS TEMPERATURES AND PRESSURES. BY
AKHMEDOVA.G. P 2357-9.
191. USE OF MOLECULAR DYNAMICS FOR CALCULATING THERMOCYNAMIC VALUES NEAR THE CRITICAL FOINT.
BY ASHUROV,A.K. ALEKSEENKOV.V. MUKHAMEDOVA.A. P 2362-3.
192. CALCULATION OF ISCTHERMAL AND ACIABATIC COMPRESSIBILITIES NEAR THE CRITICAL POINT USING
MOLECULAR DYNAMICS. BY ASHUROV,A.K. SALAKHUTCINCVM.I. P 2354-5.
193. USE OF MOLECULAR DYNAMICS FOR CALCULATING THERMOCYNAMIC PROPERTIES NEAP THE CRITICAL
POINT. BY ASHUROV,A.K. SALAKHUTDINOV,M.I. P 2365-7.


SECTION II. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

CRYOGENICS VOL 20, NO. 11 (NOV 1980)
194. STRAIN SCALING LAW FOR FLUX PINNING IN PRACTICAL SUPERCONDUCTORS. PART 1 BASIC
RELATIONSHIP AND APPLICATION TO NB(3)SN CONCUCTORS. BY EKIN,J.WH (NATIONAL BUREAU OF
STANDARDS, BOULDER, COLO. THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES DIV.) P 611-24.
195. SUITABILITY OF COMMERCIAL STRAIN GAUGE PRESSURE TRANSDUCERS FOR LOW TEMPERATURE
APPLICATION. BY KRAFFTG. SPIEGEL,H.J. ZAHN,G. (KERNFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM KARLSRUHE,
GERMANY. INST. FLER TECHNISCHE PHYSIK) P 625-8.
196. AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE COOLDOWN OF A SHORT FULL SIZE SUPERCONDUCTING POWER CABLE
SECTION. BY BENCIK,N.T. BLINKOVY.L. GOLDENBEFG,Y.S. ET AL (KRZHIZHANOVSKY POWER
ENGINEERING INST., MOSCOW, USSR) P 629-32.
197. FRICTION FACTOR FCR FLOW CF SUPERCRITICAL HELIUM IN A STRAIGHT TUBE. BY JUNGHANS,0.
P 633-5.
198. DYNAMIC ELASTIC MCCULUS AND INTERNAL FRICTION IN G-1OCR AND G-11CR
FIBREGLASS-CLOTH-EPOXY COMPOSITES. BY LEDBETTER,H.M. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS,
BOULDER, COLO. FRACTURE AND DEFORMATION OIV.) P 637-40.
199. VARIABLE TEMPERATURE FIR-CPTICAL CRYOSTAT WITH UNIOLE FEATURES. BY 3URTON,C.H.
(NATIONAL MEASUREMENT LAB., SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA) P 641-3.
200. CALCULATION OF THE BRT FUNCTION WITH A PROGRAMMABLE POCKET CALCULATOR. BY FAGALYR.L.
(SHE CORP., SAN CIEGO, CALIF.) P 644.
201. PRECISION INDUCTIVE POSITION MONITORING SYSTEM FCF USE IN CRYOGENIC ENVIRONMENTS. 9Y
MANN,A.G. BLAIR,C.G. (WESTERN AUSTRALIA UNIV., NECLANOS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS P 645-7.
202. DYNAMICS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACE DISCHARGES IN LIQUID NITROGEN. BY FLESZYNSKI,J.
ZELEK,A. (TECHNICAL UNIV. OF WROCLAW, POLAND. INST. OF FUNDAMENTAL ELECTROTECHNIGS AND
ELECTROTECHNOLOGY) P 648-50.
203. AC LOSSES IN CABLES OF TWISTED FULTIFILMENT SUPERCONCUCTORS. BY CAMp3ELLA.M.
(EIDGENOESSICHE TECHNISCHE HOC-SCHULE, ZURICH, SWITZERLAND. LAB. FUER
FESTKOERPERPHYSIK) P 651-4.
204. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE CF YCUNGS MODULUS ANt INTERNAL FRICTION OF G-1OCR ANC G-IICR
EPOXY RESINS. BY LEOBETTER,H.M. MAERZ,G. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER,
COLO. FRACTURE AND DEFORMATION DIV.) P 655-7.
205. EFFECT OF CURRENT ON THE LOW TEMPERATURE CHARACTERISTICS CF DIODE SENSORS. BY CHOPRAV.
DNARMADURAI,G. (BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE, EOMBAY, INDIA. NUCLEAR PHYSICS OIl.)
P 659-62.
206. A NOVEL CRYOGENIC SLIP JOINT. BY BENNETT,C.P. (MANITOBA UNIV., WINNIPEG. DEPT. OF
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) P 663-5.
207. COMPACT HEAT SWITCH FOR PERSISTENT CURRENT LOOPS. BY CRCZ-UIlE,A. TREFNEY.J. (PITNEY
BOWES, STAMFOR1, CONN.) P 665-6.
208. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF SEVERAL FIBRE-REINFORCED COMPOSITES BETWEEN ? K AND 300 K. BY
AUGSBURGER,E.I. CIETSCIE,W. KINCER,H. 3ECKERJ. (TECHNICAL UNIV. MUNICH, GARCHING,
GERMANY. PHYSIK-CEPT.) P 666-7.
209. ULTRASONIC ENERGY GAP MEASUREMENT IN LEAD DOPED hITH A SMALL AMOUNT OF GOLD. BY
BASU,B.K. SATISHS. (TATA INST. OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH, BOMBAY, INDIA) P 667-8.






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INT. J. REFRIG. VCL 3, NO. 6 (NOV 1980)
210. CONVECTION IN THE INSULATION OF REFRIGERATION !TRLCTURES. (FOR LNG). BY BRENDENGE.
AFLEKTK. MAEHLUM,H. (NORWEGIAN INST. OF TECH., TRONDHEIM. DIV. CF REFRIGERATION
ENGINEERING) P 317-2?.
211. HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER LNDER FROSTING CONPITICNS. BY MARINYUKB.T. (MOSCOW INST. OF
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, USSR. CEPT. OF CRYOGENICS) P 366-8.

CRYOG. ENG. (TOKYO) VOL 15, NO. 5 (1980) (IN JAPANESE)
212. OSCILLATORY PHENOMENA IN VERY LOW TEMPERATURE CCCLING MEDIA PART 2. BY TCMIYAMAS.
TAMADA,N. (ELECTROTECHNICAL LAB., IBARAKI, JAPAN. ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DIV.) P 262-9.
213. STUDY ON SUPERCCNCUCTING MAGNETS COOLED BY SUPERFLUIC HELIUM PART 2, BY KOBAYASHI,H.
YASUKOCHI,K. (NIhCN UNIV., TOKYO, JAPAN. INST. OF ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH) P 270-7.
214. DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE FLOW METER CF CRYOGENIC FLUICS. BY TANAKA,M. SHIGI,T. (OSAKA
CITY UNIV., JAPAN. FACULTY OF SCIENCE) P 278-82.
215. POOL BOILING HEAT TRANSFER TO SATURATED LIQUIC HELIUM. BY TSURUGA,H. ENOOH,K.
(HOKKAIDO UNIV., SAPPORC, JAPAN. DEPT. CF CHEMICAL PROCESS ENGINEERING) P 283-7.

INDIAN J. CRYOG. VOL 3, NO. 3 (1978)
216. CRYOGENIC STEELS. BY SINHA,V.K. KHANNA,K.M. (NATIONAL INST. OF FOUNDRY AND FORGE
TECHNOLOGY, RANCHI, INDIA. DEPT. OF MATERIALS SCIENCE) P 171-80.
217. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY PHENOMENONN). BY SINHA,K.P. (INDIAN INST. OF SCIENCE, BANGALORE)
P 181-8.
218. HEAT TRANSFER ANALYSIS IN CRYOGENIC VESSELS USING VACUUM INSULATION. BY ABICHANDANI,H.
VERMAR.D. (NATIONAL DAIFY RESEARCH INST., KARNAL, INDIA. DAIRY ENGINEERING DIV.)
P 194-200.
219. EXCESS ELECTRICAL CONOUCTIVITY IN THIN SUPERCONDUCTING LEAD FILMS DUE TO ORDER PARAMETER
FLUCTUATIONS. BY KUMAR,P.K.A. OUGGAL,V.P. (DELHI UNIV., INDIA. OEPT. OF PHYSICS AND
ASTROPHYSICS) P 201-4.
220. ABSORPTION OF ULTRASOUND IN THE INTERMEDIATE STATE OF PURE AND INDIUM DOPED TIN. BY
AGARWAL,S.K. CHAUOHURIK.D. (DELHI UNIV., INDIA. OEPT. OF PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS)
P 205-10.
221. HEAT CONDUCTION IN BISMLTH-ANTIMONY AND eISMUTH-THALLIUM ALLOY SINGLE CRYSTALS AT LOW
TEMPERATURES. BY DEYT.K. CHAUDHURI,K.D. (DELHI UNIV., INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS AND
ASTROPHYSICS) P 211-8.
222. MICROWAVE INDUCE CURRENT STEPS ON CURRENT VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS OF EXTERNALLY
IRRADIATED SOLOER BLOB JUNCTIONS. BY TOMARV.S. NATARAJAN,N.S. PRASA0DM. ET AL
(NATIONAL PHYSICAL LAe., NEW DELHI, INDIA. DIV. OF CRYOGENICS) P 219-22.
223. ON THE 0 C JOSEPHSON EFFECT. EY BHATTACHARYA,H.P. (SOLID STATE PHYSICS LAB., DELHI,
INDIA) P 223-4.
224. SOME CORRELATION BETWEEN THE COOPER PAIR MOMENTUM ANC THE ELECTROSTATIC POTENTIAL FOR
THE AC JOSEPHSON EFFECTS. BY eHATTACHARYA,F.P. (SOLID STATE PHYSICS LAB., DELHI,
INDIA) P 224-5.

INDIAN J. CRYOG. VOL 4, NO. 1 (1979)
225. CRYO-ELECTRONIC COMPUTER MEMORY ELEMENTS PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS. BY MAJUMDERD.O.
(INDIAN STATISTICAL INST., CALCUTTA. ELECTRONICS COMMUNICATION SCIENCES UNIT) P 1-20.
226. EPR LINEWIDTH IN A PSEUCO ONE-CIMENSIONAL MAGNETIC SYSTEM. BY DE,D.K. GHOSHAL,A.K.
PAL,A.K. (INDIAN ASSOC. FOR TIE CULTIVATION OF SCIENCE, CALCUTTA. DEPT. OF MAGNETISM)
P 21-6.
227. HIGH TRANSITION TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN THIN FILM. BY KUMAR,P.K.A. (NATIONAL
PHYSICAL LAB., NEW DELHI, INDIA) P 33-8.
228. LOW TEMPERATURE POLARIZED SPECTRA OF HEXAHYCRATEC 3D METAL FLUOSILICATES. BY DUTTA,S.K.
DED. (SAHA INST. OF NLCLEAR PHYSICS, CALCUTTA, INDIA) P 39-47.
229. BRIGHTNESS WAVES OF ELECTROLUMINESCENCE IN ZNO-LA ELECTROLUMINOR. BY BHUSHANS.
PANDEY,A.N. KAZAB.R. (RAVISHANKAR UNIV., RAIPUR, INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 48-52.
230. VARIATION OF ENERGY GAP OF A MAGNETIC SEMICONDUCTOR. BY SHAH,S.S. (MARATHWADA UNIV.,
AURANGABAC, INDIA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 53-4.
231. A STUDY OF CRYOSOFPTION BY SOLIDIFIED GAS DEPOSITS. BY VENKATARAMANAN,V. RANGARAJAN,G.
SRINIVASAN,R. (INDIAN INST. OF TECH., MADRAS. CEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 54-7.

CHEM. ENG. NEWS VOL 58, NO. 47 (NOV 1980)
232. POWERFUL NMR BEGINS OPERATION AT MIT. P 7.

IND. ENG. CHEM. PROD. RES. DEV. VOL 19, NO. 4 (DEC 1980)
233. METHANE PRODUCTION FROM AGRICULTURAL RESIDUES. A SHORT REVIEW. BY CHENY.-R.
VAREL,V.H. HASHIMOTO,A.G. (DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, CLAY CENTER, NEBR. ROMAN L.
HRUSKA U.S. MEAT ANIMAL RESEARCH CENTER) P 471-7.
234. DEPENDENCE OF THERMAL CCNEUCTIVITY ON ORGANIC CONTENT FOR GREEN RIVER OIL SHALES. BY
RAJESHWAR,K. CEBCW,J.B. ROSENVOLDR.J. COLORADOO STATE UNIV., FORT COLLINS. DEPT. OF
EtECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 629-32.






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CHEM. ENG. SCI. VOL 35, NO. 11 (1980)
235. CALCULATION OF MULTICCMFONENT MULTIPHASE EQUILIBRIA. BY CAVALLOTTI,P. CELERIG.
LEONARDISB. GAPOINI,L. (CNPP POLITECNICO, MILAN, ITALY. ISTITUTO DI CHIMICA FISICA
ED ELETTROCHIMICA E METALLI) P 2297-304.
236. A COMPARISON OF SOME METHODS FCR THE PREDICTION CF THE DENSITIES OF LIQUEFIED NATURAL
GAS, BY TEJA,A.S. (LOLGHBOROUGH UNIV. OF TECHNOLOGY, ENGLAND. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL
ENGINEERING) P 2349-50.

PROCESSING VOL 26, NO. 10 (OCT 1980)
237. EFFICIENT PROCESS FOR H(2) AND CO RECOVERY, P 25+27.

ASTRONAUT. AERONAUT. VOL 18, NC. 12 (DEC 1980)
238. AERO-SPACE HIGH-LIGHTS 1980. AIRCRAFT DESIGN. BY GALLINGTON,R.H. SCHUETZA.J.
TERRY,J.E. ROBINSON,M.R. (AIR FORCE ACADEMY, COLO.) P 18-20.

DOMENSIONS/NBS VOL 64, NO. 7 (SEP 1980)
239. HONORS FOR INNOVATION. BY BAUMM. P 2-7.
240. THE INVENTOR AS ARTIST. RABINOW-SCIENTIST OF THE YEAR. BY RUDINE.8. P 8-12.

IND. RES. DEV. VOL 22, NO. 11 (NOV 1980)
241. INVENTION ITS AN ART FORM, IT SHOULD BE SUPPORTED AS SUCH. (1980 SCIENTIST OF THE
YEAR LECTURE). BY RABISOW,J. (NATIONAL BUREAU CF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, D. C.
NATIONAL ENGINEERING LAS.) P 108-12.

IND. RES. OEV. VOL 22, NO. 12 (CEC 1980)
242. FIVE COMPANIES COMMIT SA5 BILLION FOR LNG DEVELFOMENT PROJECT. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 40.
243. MILESTONES. SUPERCONDUCTOR DEVELOPER MATTHIAS DIES. BY OERRAS. P 52+56.
244. WHAT IT TAKES TO STANDARDIZE THERMAL TESTING. BY VERSCHOORJ.D. (JOHNS-MANVILLE COPP.,
DENVER, COLO. RESEARCH CENTER) P 82-5.
245. IS INVENTION AN AFT. SINCE IT IS FUN, SHOULD INVENTORS BE PAID. (1980 SCIENTIST OF THE
YEAR LECTURE). BY RAeINOW,J. (NATIONAL BUREAU CF STANDARDS, WASHINGTON, D. C.
NATIONAL ENGINEERING LAE.) P 8e-91.

CERN (EUR. ORGAN. NUCL. RES.) COURIER VCL 20, NO. 8 (NOV 1980)
246. BROOKHAVFN 5 T MAGNET. BY BAGGETT,N.V. P 340-1.
247. SMART BOLTS AT THE OOUBLER. BY CARRIGAN,q.A. P 344-5.
248. PERSISTENT MAGNET PERSISTING. P 345-6.

NUCL. INSTRUM. METHODS VOL 175, NO. 2-3 (SEP 1980)
249. A HE-3 COOLING SYSTEM FCR MOSSEAUER EXPERIMENTS. BY CALIS,G.H.M. SWOLFS,E.M.
TROOSTERJ.M. (NIJMEGEN UNIV., NETHERLANDS. DEPT. OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY) P 397-400.

MATER. RES. BULL. VCL 15, NO. 10 (OCT 1980)
250. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY CF NE TERNARY BORIDES WITH THE LURUB(2)-TYPE STRUCTURE. BY KUH.C.
SHELTON,R.N. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., SAN DIEGO, LA JCLLA. INST. OF PURE AND APPLIED
PHYSICAL SCIENCES) P 1441-4.
251. NEW TERNARY SUPERCONDUCTORS WITH SILICON. BY BARZH. (BELL TELEPHONE LABS., INC.,
MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 1489-92.

IEEE TRANS. ELECTRON CELICES VCL 27, NO. 10 (OCT 1980)
252. SPECIAL ISSUE ON JOSEPHSON-JUNCTION DEVICES FORWARD. BY VANDUZER,T. (CALIFORNIA
UNIV., 3ERKELEY) P 1855-6.
253. JOSEPHSON-LOGIC CEVICES AND CIRCUITS. BY GHEEWALA,T.R. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER,
YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y. JOSEPHSON LOGIC GRCUP) P 1857-9.
254. MEMORY-CELL DESIGN IN JOSEPHSON TECHNOLOGY. BY ZAPPE,H.H. (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER,
YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 1870-81.
255. MARGINS OF A 16-PS/9IT INTERFERCMETER SHIFT REGISTER. BY BEHA,H. JUTZI,W. MISCHKEG.
(KARLSRUHE UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER ELEKTROTECHNISCHE GRLNOLAGEN INFORMATION)
P 1882-6.
256. ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERSION WITH UNLATCHED SQUICS. BY HURRELL,J.P. PRIDMORE9ROWN,D.C.
SILVER,A.H. AEROSPACEE CORP., EL SEGUNOC, CALIF. ELECTRONIC RESEARCH LAB.)
P 1887-95.
257. ADVANCES IN SQUIC MAGNETOMETERSj BY CLARKE,J. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., BERKELEY. LAWRENCE
BERKELEY LAB.) P 1896-c08.
258. SUPERCONDUCTIVE DEVICES FCR MILLIMETER WAVE DETECTION, MIXING, ANO AMPLIFICATION. BY
RICHAPRS,P.L. SHENT.M. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., BERKELEY. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1909-20.
259. JOSEPHSON-JUNCTION MIXER ANALYSIS USING FRECUENCY-CONVERSION AND NOISE-CORRELATION
MATRICES. BY TAUR,Y. (ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL, THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. SCIENCE CENTER)
P 1921-7.
260. EXTERNALLY PUMPEC MILLIPETER-WAVE JOSEPHSON-JUNCTION PARAMETRIC AMPLIFIER. BY
LEVINSEN,M.T. PECERSEN,N.F. SOERENSEN,O.H. ET AL (COPENHAGEN UNIV., DENMARK. H. C.
OERSTED INST.) P 1928-33.
261. MICROWAVE THEORY CF JOSEPHSON OSCILLATORS. BY STANCAMPIANO,C.V. (ROCHESTER UNIV., N.
Y. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 1934-44.





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IEEE TRANS. ELECTION DEVICES VOL 27, NO. 10 (OCT 1980) (CO'iT.)
262. PICOSECOND APPLICATIONS OF JOSEPHSON JUNCTICNS. EY PC'-CJPAL0,D.G. PETERSON,R.L.
HAMILTONC.A. ET AL NATIONALL BUREAU OF STANCARES, BOULCER, COLD. ELECTROMAGNETIC
TECHNOLOGY DIV.) P 1945-64.
263. MINIMUM-WIDTH CONTRCL-CLFRENT PULSE FOR JOSEPHSON LOGIC GATES. BY OHONG,S.H.
VANDUZER,T. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., BERKELEY. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 1965-72.
264. VORTEX MOTION MOOLLATED BY A SELF FIELD IN A LARGE JOSEPHSON JUNCTION. BY FNPIJKIJ,K.
YOSHIDAK. IRIEF. HAVASAKI,K. (KYUSHU UNIV., FUKUOKA, JAPAN. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING) P 1973-8.
265. HIGH-RELIABILITY FB-ALLCY JOSEFHSON JUNCTIONS FOR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS. BY HUANG,H.C.W.
BASAVAIAHS. KIRCHER,C.J. ET AL (IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.
RESEARCH DIV.) P 1979-e7.
266. AN ELLIPSCMETRIC STUDY CF THE RF SPUTTER OXIOATICN OF LEAD-INDIUM ALLOYS. BY
DONALDSONG.B. FAGHIHIEJAD,H. (STRATHCLYDE UNIV., GLASGOh, SCOTLAND. OEPT. OF
APPLIED PHYSICS) P 198e-97.
267. NXOBIUM OXIDE-BARRIER TLNNEL JUNCTION. BY BROOM,R.F. RAIDERS.I. OOSENERUG,A. ET AL
(IBM RF:FARCH CFNTFR, ZLPfICH,-w I T? -ERLAND) P 1998-2008.
,268. ADVANCED SUPERCCNCUCTING MATERIALS FOR ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS. BY BEASLEYM.R.
(STANFORD UNIV., CALIF. OEPT. OF APPLIEC PHYSICS) P 2009-15.
269. JOSEPHSON DEVICES COUPLED BY SEMICONOUCTOR LINKS. BY KROGER,H. (SPERRY RAND RESEARCH
CENTER, SLDBURY, PASS. DEPT OF HIGH SPEED LOGISTIC TECHNOLOGY) P 2016-26.
270. A NEW JOSEPHSON JUNCTION WITH A VERY SHORT BARRIER LENGTH AND A VERY LOW CAPACITANCE.
BY OHTA,H. (INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL RESEARCH, WAKO, JAPAN) P 2027-9.
271. ULTRASMALL SUPERCCNCUCTING TUNNEL JUNCTICOS. BY HU,E.L. HOWAPD,R.E. JACKELL.O. ET
AL (BELL TELEPHONE LABS., INC., HOLMDEL, N. J.) P 2030.
272. THE MAXIMUM ZERO-VOLTAGE TUNNEL CURRENT AND ITS FLUCTUATIONS FOR LEAD-LEAC OXIDE-LEAD
JOSEPHSON TUNNEL JUNCTIONS. BY GUTMANN,P. (PHYSIKALISCH-TECHNISCHE BUNOESANSTALT,
BRUNSWICK, GERMANY) P 2031-2.
273. FABRICATION OF NB VARIABLE-THICKNESS-AND POINT-CONTACT-TYPE BRIDGES BY MEANS OF
MrCROFABRICATION TECHNOLOGY. BY GAMO,K. HARADAT. ARIMOTOK. NAMBAS. (OSAKA UNIV.,
TOYONAKA, JAPAN. FACULTY OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE) P 2033-4.
274. PROPOSAL OF SINGLE-FLUX-QUANTUM LOGIC DEVICE. BY TAMURAH. OKABE,Y. SUGANO,T. (TOKYO
UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 2035.

IBM TECH. DISCLOSURE BULL. VOL 23, NO. 6 (NOV 1980)
275. METHOD TO IMPROVE RESIST PATTERN DEFINITION. BY OAETWYLER,K. FORSTERT. P 2540.
276. PROXIMITY CORRECTION IN ELECTRON BEAM LITHOGRAPHY. BY BRETSCHERE. P 2541.
277. NONLINEAR CURRENT INJECTION MAJORITY GATE. BY GHEEWALA,T.R. P 2592-3.

IBM TECH. DISCLOSURE BULL. VOL 23, NO. 7A (DEC 1980)
278. STRESSABLE RESISTS. BY CHAUDHARI,P. LAIBOWITZ,F.B. VIGGIANO,J.M. P 2985-6.
279. METHOD FOR FORMING UNIFORMLY DISTRIBUTED PRECIPITATES IN THIN FILMS. BY MURAKAMIM.
SERRANO,C. P 2987.
280. MINIMIZING PUNCH-THROUG1 IN JOSEPHSON LOGIC CIRCUITS. BY FARIS,S.M. P 3006-10.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 1000, NO. 3 (NOV 1930)
281. CRYOGENIC FLUID TRANSFER LINE. BY HENSLEY,S.L. (PENNWALT CORP., PHILADELPHIA, PA.)
PATENT NO. 4,233,816.
282. TRANSPORT VESSELS HAVING LIQUID GAS STORAGE TANKS. BY TORROJA,J.M. RIVACOBA,J.U.
HERRERO,R.M. (SENER INGENIERIA Y SISTEMAS, S.A., MADRIOD SPAIN) PATENT NO. 4,233,921.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 1000, NO. 4 (NOV 1980)
283. CRYOGENIC EQUIPMENT FOR VERY LOh TEMPERATURES. BY MORBIDI,P. (OFFICINE GALILEO S.P.A.,
MILAN, ITALY) PATENT NO. 4,235,078.
284. PREPARATION OF SALES GAS. BY CASTOE,A.R. BASSJ.W. (ATLANTIC RICHFIELD CO., LOS
ANGELES, CALIF.) PATENT NO. 4,235,613.
285. ELECTRICAL MACHINE WITH CRYOGENIC COOLING. BY KUTATELACZES.S. LUTSET,M.O.
KOROLKOV,A.G. ET AL PATENT NO. 4,236,091.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 1001, NO. 1 (DEC 1980)
286. METHOD OF MANUFACTURING A SUPERCONDUCTOR. BY LANIGP. (SIEMENS A.G., BERLIN, GERMANY)
PATENT NO. 4,236,297.
287. CRYOGENIC DEVICE SELECTIVELY OPERABLE IN A CONTINUOUS FREEZING MODE, A CONTINUOUS
THAWING MODE OR A COMBINATION THEREOF. BY FLOYC,J.K. (GYNE-TECH INSTRUMENT CORP.,
BURBANK, CALIF.) PATENT NO. 4,236,518.
288. ROTOR MEMBER FOR A SUPERCONDUCTING GENERATOR. BY YINGS.-C. SMITH,J.L.,JR.
BAUMANNK.J. (WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORP., PITTSBURGH, PA.) PATENT NO. 4,237,392.
289. SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNETIC SYSTEM. BY MEIEROVICHE.A. SHENDEROVICH,P.B. CHALISOV,J.I.
ET AL (STATE SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH INST. OF ENERGY, MOSCOW, USSR) PATENT NO. 4,237,507.

U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VOL 1001, NO. 2 (DEC 1980)
290. METHOD OF AND APPARATUS FOR THE COOLING OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS. BY OBERPRILLER,J.
SCHUSTERtA. HOFMANND.O. LINEE A.G., WIESBADEN, GERMANY) PATENT NO. 4,237,695.






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U. S. PATENT GAZETTE VCL 1001, NO. 2 (DEC 1980) (CONT.)
291. VARIABLE FLOW CRYCSTAT kITH DUAL ORIFICE. BY LONGSWORTHR.C. CHALMERS,M.G. (AIR
PRODUCTS ANO CHEMICALS, INC., ALLENTOWN, PA.) PATENT NO. 4,237,699.
292. METHODS AND APPARATUS FCR PROVIDING REFRIGERATION. BY ROTHCHILC,R.D. (AIRCO, INC.,
MONTVALE, N. J.) PATENT NO. 4,237,700.
293. METHOD OF EMPLOYTV G A FIRST CONTAMINANT TO PREVENT FREEZE-OUT OF A SECOND CONTAMINANT
DURING CRYOGENIC FFOCESSING OF A GASEOUS STREAM. BY STUARTR.W. (HELIX TECHNOLOGY
CORP., WALTHAM, MASS.) PATENT NO. 4,238,211.
294. ELECTRICAL MACHINE HAVING AN IMPROVED COOLING SYSTEM FOR A ROTARY SUPERCONDUCTIVE
WINDING. BY VINOKUROV,A.9. GORBUNOV,G.S. KOROLKOV,A.G. ET AL PATENT NO. 4v238,700.
295. METHOD ANC APPARATUS FCF OPERATING GENERATOR IN ITS SUPERCONDUCTING STATE. BY
ECKELSP.W. ELECTRICC FOWER RESEARCH INST., PALO ALTO, CALIF.) PATENT NO. 4,238,701.


SECTION III. ENERGY AND MISCELLANEOUS

AM. GAS ASSOC. MCN. VOL 62, NO. 11 (NOV 1980)
296. SYNFUELS CORP. ESTABLISHED, PROJECT PROPOSALS ACCEPTED STARTING OEC. 1. (A BRIEF
REPORT). P 3.
297. A NEW REGULATORY FLEXIBILITY FOR THE 1980S. BY PUCHOW,C.J. (AMERICAN GAS ASSOC.,
ARLINGTON, VA.) P 7-8.
298. USE OF CO(2) FROM COAL GASIFICATION PLANTS FOR ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY. P 12-3.
299. A.G.A. PUBLISHES THE GAS ENERGY SUPPLY OUTLOOK 1980-2000. P 14.
300. PULSE CCM3USTION AND ITS APPLICATION. BY BELLES,F.E. P 20-2.
301. POTENTIAL SUBSTITUTION OF OIL WITH GAS AND COAL IN NON-TRANSPORTATION USES. BY
SCHLESINGERB. GERMAN,M. P 23-4.

PIPELINE GAS J. VCL 207, NO. 13 (NOV 1980)
302. EXPORT OF LNG TO JAFAN FROM CANADA. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 2.
303. PEAKSHAVIhG REPORT. INOLSTRY PEAKSHAVING CAPACITY GREATEST EVER FOR 1980-1981 WINTER.
BY HALE,D. (EDITCR) P 17-22+24-5.
304. PEAKSHAVING REPORT. THYSSENGAS USES LNG AS RESERVE SUPPLY. (P AND GJ STAFF REPORT).
P 2B+30+32.
305. PEAKSHAVING REPORT. ENERGY BANK PEAKSHAVING GAS PELPS KEEP CHICAGO WARM. BY
CHRISLER,W.L. (PEOPLES GAS LIGHT AND COKE CO., CHICAGO, ILL. GAS SUPPLY OPERATIONS)
P 34+38.
306. NYLON PANEL EROSICK CONTROL SYSTEM PROTECTS LNG TERMINAL DOCKING AREA. (P AND GJ STAFF
REPORT). P 62-3.

PIPE LINE IND. VOL 53, NO. 5 (NOV 1980)
307. ALGERIA TC MANUFACTURE GAS METERS, REGULATORS. P 77-8.

HYDROCARBON PROCESS. VOL 59, NO. 11 (NOV 1980)
308. SYNFUELS PROCUCTICN GOALS MAY BE TOO OPTIMISTIC. P 15+17.
309. U.S. GAS SUPPLY TO BE 33 TCF 9Y 2000, P 17+19.
310. SYNFUELS ACTIVITIES RAPIDLY EXPANDING. P 25.
311. GAS ENERGY OF THE FUTURE. BY BRECHT,C. (RUHRGAS A.G., ESSEN, GERMANY)
P 76-O+P+QQ+RR+T.
312. PROGRAM CALCULATES GAS PHYSICAL PROPERTIES. BY COOKED. HAMAKER,J.C. (EARL AND WRIGHT
CONSULTING ENGINEERS, HCUSTON, TEX.) P 213-5.
313. PROPERTIES OF ELEMENTAL SULFUR. 3Y CHAO,J. (TEXAS A AND M UNIV., COLLEGE STATION.
THERMODYNAMICS RESEARCH CENTER) P 217-23.
314. DATA BANK FOR SYNTHETIC FUELS. PART 3 PROPERTIES CONSTANTS FOR 137 MORE COAL
CHEMICALS. BY LIN,C.T. YOUNG,F.K. BFULE,M.R. ET AL (BECHTEL NATIONAL LTD., HOUSTON,
TEX.) P 725-32.
315. MERCURY LNGS PRCeLEM. BY LEEPER,J.E. (PARTEC LAVALIN INC., CALGARY, ALBERTA)
P 237-40.

COL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 48 (DEC 1980)
316. U.S. SHOULD NOT GIVE UP ON ENERGY INCEPENCENCE BY 2000. EDITORIALL). P 73.
317. NGPA HELPING BALANCE U.S. GAS SUPPLY/DEMAND. BY TIPPEE,B. P 75-9.
318. STUDY OUTLINES FPOPLEMS IN LONG-DISTANCE LNG LINES. BY VAN TUYEN,N. (CMNIUM TECHNIQUES
DES TRANSPORTS PAR PIPELINES, PUTEAUX, FRANCF) P 107-11.
319. LEQUIC-LIQUIC CONTRACTORS NEED CAREFUL ATTENTION. BY RUSSELLR.M, (GETTY OIL CO.,
ODESSA, TEX.) P 135-9.

OIL GAS J. VOL 78, NO. 49 (OEC 1980)
320. OPTIMIZING A GAS LIQLIC! FRACTIONATION PLANT 1. PRODUCT SPEC CONTROL SAVES ENERGY. BY
ANGELLER.J. SEFMANNC. VERRET,R. WILLIAMS,J.S. (CARTER (JOHN H.) CO., INC.,
METAIPIE, LA.) P 63-6.
321. PERFORMANCE AUDITS EVALUATE TWO DISTILLATION-CONTROL PROJECTS. BY ANUIEWSA.J.
GRIFFINC.E. (PHILLIPS PETROLEUM CO., BARTLESVILLE, OKLA.) P 91-5.
322. DEHYDFOGENATION LINKS LFG TO MORE OCTANES. BY GLUSOhkS. SPENCEO.C. WHITEE.A. (AIR
PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS INC., ALLENTOWN, PA. HOU[kY DIV.) P 96-101.






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CHEM. WEEK VOL 177, NO. 24 (DEC 1980)
323. TVA AWARDS A CONTRACT FCR SYNFLEL UNIT DESIGN. IA BRIEF REPORT). P 13.

OIL GAS EUR. MAG. (INT. ED. ERLOEL ERDGAS Z.) VOL 6, NO. 2 (AUTUMN 1980) (CONcERENCES
SPECIAL)
324. NORTH SEA GAS ANC ITS IMPORTANCE FOR CONTINENTAL EUROPE. BY BERGMANN,B. (RUHRGAS A.G.,
ESSEN, GERMANY) F 20+22-3+25-6+29.
325. THE EUROPEAN SUPPLY OUTLOOK. BY KARDAUN,I.G. P 29-32+35-6.

EFOOEL NOHLE EROGAS PETFOCHEM. VOL 33, NO. 10 (CCT 1980) (IN GERMAN)
326. 5D YEARS OF OXYGEN GASIFICATION. BY FLESCHW. P 467-75.

BRENNST. WAERME KRAFT VCL 32, NO. 10 (OCT 1980) (IN GFRMAN)
327. RAW MATERIALS AND ENERGY FRCM COAL GASIFICATION THE DEMONSTRATION PLANT OF THE
RUHPCHEMIE/RUHRKOHLE FOR THE TEXACO COAL GASIFICATION, BY CORNILS,8. HIBBELJ.
RUPRECHT,P. ET AL P 468-71.
328. A CONTRIBUTION TO THE TI-EMOOYNAMIC MEASURING METHOD THE ISENTROPIC
TEMPERATURE-PRESSLRE COEFFICIENT OF WATER. BY RCEGENEOH. S3LLP. P 472-8.
329. MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF THE REACTION KINETICS IN GAS MIXTURES. BY
TSATSARONISG. P 478-80.

GAS WORLD VOL 185, NC. 4742 (NCV 1980)
330. WATCH ON CANVEY. BY GAS WORLC P 481+488.

WOPLO OIL VOL 191, NO. 7 (DEC 180)
331. U. S. OIL AND GAS AN INCEPENCENTS VIEW. BY MCCORMICK,S.E. (MCCORMICK OIL AND GAS
CO., HOUSTON, TEX.) P 35-42.
332. SYNFUELS SUDDENLY THINGS LCOK GOOD. BY WALLJ.O. P 103-44106.

CHEM. FCON. ENG. REV. VCL 12, NO. 1 (JAN 1980)
333. INTERNATICNALIZATION OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY AND ROLE OF GENERAL TRADING FIRMS. BY KUMEK.
P 19-21.
334. CHINA CHEMICAL ANC PROCESS INDUSTRY TAKING OFF. BY KHARBANOA,O.P. P 27-35.

CHEM. ECON. ENG. FEV. VCL 12, NO. 2 (FEB 1980)
335. ENERGY USE IN STEEL INDUSTRY ANC CHEMISTRY. BY FIRATANI,T. (KAWASAKI STEEL CORP.,
KOBE, JAPAN. TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT DIV.) P 7-14.
336. RECENT ASPECT OF NEW-RESOURCES FOR CHEMICAL INDU51RY PETROLEUM, CC/H(2) AND BIOMASS
MATERIALS. BY WATANAEE,Y. (SUMITOMO CHEMICAL CO., LTD., OSAKA, JAFAN. CENTRAL
RESEARCH INST.) P 15-22.
337. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF ENERGY CONSERVATION TECHNOLOGY IN JAPAN PRESENT AND FUTURE
OF MOONLIGHT PROJECTS. BY WAKABAYASHIS. (MINISTRY OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND
INDUSTRY, TOKYO, JAPAN. AGENCY OF INDUSTRIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) P 23-9.

CHEM. ECON. ENG. REV. VCL 12, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)
338. PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT FACING THE NEXT TRANSITION. BY SPITZ,P.H. GOMIS.
(CHEM SYSTEMS INC., NEW YORK, N. Y.) P 7-16.
339. TREND OF JAPANESE PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY. BY IZAWA,H. (MITSUI PETROCHEMICAL
INDUSTRIES, LTD., TOKYO, JAPAN. STRATEGIC INFORMATION DEPT.) P 17-25.
340. IHI GEARS UP CHEMICAL PLANT CONSTRUCTION ANC ENGINEERING OPERATIONS AN INTERVIEW WITH
ETICHI KANEKO, DEPUTY GENERAL MANAGER OF CHEMICAL PLANTS DIVISION, ISHIKAWAJIMA-HARIMA
HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., LTD. P 2E-8.

CHEM. ECON. ENG. REV. VOL 12, NO. 4 (APR 1980)
341. WORLD LNG TRADE PAST ACHIEVEMENTS, CURRENT STATUS JN' FUTURE PROSPECTS. BY
PEEBLES,M.W.H. (SHELL INTERNATIONAL GAS LTC., LONDON, ENGLAND) P 7-11.
342. DEVELOPMENT HISTORY OF JAPANESE ENGINEERING INDUSTRY IN PETROCHEMICAL FIELD EXPERIENCE
OF JGC CORPORATION, P 24-30.

CHEM. ECOr.. ENG. REV. VCL 12, NO. 5 (MAY 1980)
343. THE EVOLUTION OF THE ENERGY SYSTEMS ANO THE AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY. BY MARCHETTIC.
(INTERNATIONAL INST. FOR APPLIED SYSTEMS ANALYSIS, LAXENBURG, AUSTRIA) P 7-13.
344. A NEW REVERSE COMOSIS MEMBRANE MADE OF POLYACFYLCNITRILE. BY SANO,T. (SUMITOMO
CHEMICAL CO., LTC., TAKATSUKI, OSAKA, JAPAN. CENTRAL RESEARCH LAB.) P 22-7.

CHEM. ECON. ENG. 9EV. VCL 12, NC. 6-7 (JLN-JUL 1980)
345. RAW MATERIALS AND ENERGY FROM CCAL GASIFICATION THE RUHRCHEMIE/RUHRKOHLE DEMONSTRATION
PLANT BASED ON TEXACOS COAL-GASIFICATInN PPCCESS. BY CORNILS,e. HIBBEL,J. RUPRECHT,P.
ET AL (RUHRCHEMIE A.G., OBERHAUSEN-HOLTEN, GERMANY) P 7-11.
346. PERSPECTIVES ON NATURAL GAS AND LNG IN THE 80S. BY TSUMURAA. P 12-9.
347. 6TH INTERNATIONAL C(NFE;EtCE AKE ExmIBITION ON LICUEFIED NATURAL GAS IN KYOTO. P 20-5.
348. FIELD ASSEMBLY OF LARGE PRESSURE VESSELS FOR REFINERIES AND PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS. BY
FUJIOKA,K. TAHARA,T. FUJITA,K. JAPANN STEEL WORKS, LTD., MURORAN, HOKKAIDO. MURORAN
PLANT) P 43-7.






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THERM. ENG. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 27, NO. 3 (MAR 1980)--(TRANSL. OF TEPLOENERGETIKA VOL
27, NO. 3, MAR 1980)
349. SOME ASPECTS OF OEVELCPPENT OF HYCRCGEN POWER ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY. BY
SHPILPAIN,E.E. MALYSHENKOS.P. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF
HUGH TEMPERATURES) P 127-32.

TECHNOL. REV. VCL 82, NC. 8 (AUG-SEP 1980)
350. ENERGY CHOICES FOR THE 1980S. eY WHITE,D.C. (MASSACHUSETTS INST. OF TECH., CAMBRIDGE)
P 30-40.

IEEE SPECTRUM VOL 17, NC. 11 (NOV 1980)
351. CONTROLLING THE SYNFUEL PROCESS. OY FAGENBAUMJ. (ASSOCIATE EDITOR) P 31-6.

IEEE SPECTRUM VOL t17 NO. 12 (CEC 1980)
352. MAGNETIC FUSION POWER. 3Y LERNER,E.J. (CONTRIBUTING EDITOR) P 44-50.

J. INST. ENERGY VCL 53, NO. 416 (SEP 1980)
353. HYDROGEN AS A FUTURE ALTERNATIVE FUEL. BY OELL,R.M. (UNITED KINGOCM ATOMIC ENERGY
AUTHORITY, HARWELL, ENGLAND) P 116-9.
354. FUEL SAVING TECHNO IQUES IN THE PETROCHEMICALS INOLSTRY BY BATE,D.J. (IMPERIAL CHEMICAL
INDUSTRIES LTO., LONDON, ENGLANC) P 124-33.

ENERGY INT. J. VOL 5, NO. 12 (CEC 1980)
355. FUEL CHOICE AND AGGREGATE ENERGY DEMAND IN THE RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL SECTORS. BY
COMNS.M. (OAK PIDGE NATIONAL LA ., TENN. ENERGY DIV.) P 1203-12.
356. A FRAMEWCPK FOR EVALUATING THE SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACTS OF COMMERCIALIZING NEW ENERGY
TECHNJOLOGIES WITH AAN APFLICATICO TO' THE ON--SITE FUEL CELL ENERGY _SYSTEM. BY
SANGHVI,A.P. CILIANO,R. JOHNSONR. (ICF INC., wASHINGTON, D. C.) P 1231-44.
357. HYDROGEN AND OXYGEN FRCP WATER IV. CONTROL OF AN EFFUSIONAL SEPARATOR DURING A SOLAR
INTENSITY TRANSIENT. ev CIVERR.B. FLETCHER,E.A. (MINNESOTA UNIV., MINNEAPOLIS.
DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) P 1261-3.

ENERGY J. VOL 1, NO. 4 (OCT 1980)
358. ENERGY PRICE INCREASES ANC MACFCECONOMIC POLICY. BY PINDYCK,R.S. (MASSACHUSETTS INST.
OF TECH., CAMBRIDGE. DEPT. OF ECONOMICS) P 1-20.
359. ECONOMIC IMPLICATION OF MANDATE EFFICIENCY IN STANDARDS FOR HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES. BY
KHAZZOOM,J.D. (INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH IN ENERGY AND ECONOMIC MODELING, SAN FRANCISCO,
CALIF.) P 21-40.
360. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTS OF THE WINDFALL PROFITS TAX ON CRUCE OIL SUPPLY. BY
VERLEGER,P.K.,JR. (YALE UNIV., NEW HAVEN, CONN. SCHOOL OF ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT)
P 41-58.
361. WORLD OIL PRICE INCREASES SOURCES AND SOLUTIONS, BY OANIELSENA.L. SELBY,E.B.,JR.
(GEORGIA UNIV., ATHENS. DEPT. OF ECONOMICS) P 59-74.
362. THE TREATMENT OF INTERMEDIATE MATERIALS IN THE ESTIMATION OF THE DEMAND FOR ENERGY THE
CASE OF U.S. MANUFACTURING, 1947-1971. eY ANDERSON,R.G. (CHIO STATE UNIV., COLUMBUS.
DEPT. OF ECONOMICS) P 75-94.

EPRI J. VOL 5, NC. 8 (OCT 1980)
363. MODELS A RESOURCE FOR THE DECISION MAKER. BY HOoKINSCN,J. P 13-6.

ENERGY INT. VOL 17, NO. 11 (NOV-CEC 1980)
364. WORLD ENERGY CONFERENCE TURNS TO PROBLEMS OF DEVELOPING WORLD. BY JEFFS,E. JENKINSN.
(EDITOR) P 23-5+28-30.






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Metals Abstracts, monthly, $635/yr. available from:
America Society for Metals
Metal Park, OH 44073
Physics Abstracts, bimonthly, $920/yr. available from:
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc.
445 Hoes Lane
Piscataway, NJ 08854
Science Citation Index, cumulated quarterly. This service identifies new
papers which reference older papers. Available from:
Institute for Scientific Information
3501 Market St.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Toll Free No. (800) 523-1850

In addition there are now a large number of information bases which can be searched
via remote computer terminals. Most of these are based on abstracting services
such as those listed above. Information brokers provide access to these bases,
but most sizable technical libraries (i.e., company, university, or government
agency) have existing access arrangements. Many of these information bases allow
retrospective searches for several years back in time. The existence of these
and their widespread availability is the principle reason for the demise of the
Cryogenic Data Center. The following are information bases (libraries usually
refer to them as data bases) which would be most useful to former users of
Cryogenic Data Center subscription services:

CA CONDENSATES; Chemical Abstracts (1967 present)
CLAIMS/US PATENTS; (1971 present)
COMPENDEX; Engineering Index (1970 present)
ENERGY DATA BASE; Dept. of Energy (1974 present)
INSPEC; Physics Abstracts & Electrical Engineering Abstracts (1969 present)
METADEX; Metals Abstracts & Alloys Index (1966 present)
NASA RECON; NASA and Contractor Reports (1963 present)
NTIS: Government R&D Reports (1964 present)
SCISEARCH; Pure and Applied Science Abstracts (1974 present)
SPIN; American Institute of Physics data base (1975 present)
ASCA and ASCATOPICS: these are really awareness services based on the Science
Citation Index. For information call ISI (800) 523-1850

The above lists of publications and services are not meant to be all inclusive,
but rather to offer some alternatives to you in attempting to keep up-to-date in
your areas of technical expertise.

It is with a strong sense of personal loss and responsibility that I finish these
last issues of the "Current Awareness Services","Superconducting Devices and
Materials", and "Liquefied Natural Gas". The decision to cease publication was
taken nearly six months ago, but the real impact is felt only now. I want to
thank you all for your past loyalty, help, advice, and criticism and, for the
final time, Best Wishes for the New Year.

Sincerely,


NEIL A. OLIEN, Acting Chief
Thermophysical Properties Division
National Bureau of Standards






SUBJECT INDEX FOR CURRENT AWARENESS LIST NO. 719


SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY


Chemistry 98, 182, 329


Crystal Structure and Lattice Properties
9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 27, 31, 36, 38, 44,
45, 48, 53, 56, 60, 66, 72, 73, 82, 100,
109, 118, 121, 123, 125, 134, 136, 137,
143, 144, 145, 146, 150, 156 thru 160,
162, 164, 166, 167, 169, 170, 171, 174,
175, 176, 198, 204, 209

Fluid Properties and Structure
2, 6, 12, 14, 15, 24, 30, 32, 33, 44, 46,
60, 64, 65, 77, 94 thru 99, 112, 113, 119,
126 thru 130, 133, 178 thru 185, 187 thru
193, 202, 231, 235, 236, 312, 314, 328

Magnetic Properties and Materials
9, 10, 12, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 28,
29, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 47, 50, 61, 69, 80,
82 thru 90, 92, 93, 123, 136, 148, 149, 152,
155, 160, 172, 173, 226

Mossbauer Effect and Resonances
21, 31, 58, 67, 69, 70, 71, 88, 91, 226,
232

Optical Properties
20, 30, 41, 43, 53, 54, 58, 59, 68, 87, 94,
99, 108, 137, 153, 158, 177, 181, 199, 228,
229


Polymers 63, 100, 208


Semiconductors
56, 59, 109, 120, 122, 156, 161, 163, 205,
230

Sorption 54, 231

Superconductors
3, 4, 5, 13, 16, 28, 35, 36, 37, 38, 49, 78,
79, 80, 101, 116, 117, 124, 125, 131, 138
thru 144, 147, 148, 149, 151, 152, 154, 169,
170, 175, 194, 196, 200, 203, 207, 213, 217,
219, 220, 222, 223, 224, 225, 227, 243, 246,
247, 248, 250 thru 280, 285, 286, 288, 289,
294, 295, 352

Superfluidity
32, 34, 62, 74, 75, 76, 111, 114, 115

Thermal Properties of Solids
7, 8, 9, 26, 84, 145, 162, 171, 179, 313

Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and
Transport Processes
13, 23, 46, 64, 77, 81, 99, 110, 111, 116,
127, 128, 129, 130, 135, 178, 183, 184, 185,
186, 191, 192, 193

Transport Properties of Solids
29, 57, 85, 95, 121, 132, 141, 154, 155,
157, 165, 168, 173, 186, 208, 219, 221, 234


Other 1, 51, 52, 55, 102 thru 107, 243






SECTION II AND III. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING AND ENERGr


Energy
103, 106, 107, 139, 233, 234, 242, 294 thru
364

Equipment and Devices
139, 196, 205, 206, 207, 213, 225, 246, 247,
248, 252 thru 280, 283, 285, 288, 289, 294,
295, 352

Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and
Production
237, 284, 293, 320, 321, 322, 344, 357

Heat and Mass Transfer
46, 111, 130, 196, 197, 202, 210, 211, 212,
214, 215, 218, 318

Hydrogen 237, 349, 353, 357

Insulation 210, 218, 244


LNG and Methane
106, 107, 180, 210, 233, 236, 237, 242, 296
thru 332, 341, 346, 347, 351

Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
117, 131, 164, 166 thru 172, 198, 204, 216,
335


Metrology and Instrumentation
108, 116, 126, 174, 195, 199, 201,
244, 246, 247, 248, 249, 291, 307


214, 232,


Propulsion and Space Applications
238, 343

Refrigeration
47, 212, 249, 287, 290, 291, 292

Storage and Handling 281, 282, 283


Other
102, 104, 105, 106, 239, 240, 241, 243, 245

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