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J.(-,'--ci(Sw S.) was telluted-00Of$flay (2,11 K-) At 170' 101' 1 hf fit-.ith.llning gnit the 1,)Ih)wlng freeiioin,14*1111 and firsetWIN O.Mt. 4V L4745-Illdi'41: Fine, kill 3. lhw. 175.5% d:*'d:Mill,45M (yirldA.56%1' FnIctiImll'bFractlou2d1(jesklue) d.'* 0.1m, oil 1.31622 (TwItIfleinir1itJtelplthat li l.miwt si4it*S.AIA&9-%d:pateAss-SLA AITALL410141CAL LITI.AVUNI CLASSVKATICIO111~411.. ---- --tr 00Go"GGuse11101" 80"InTt 0.* 404$411l4" "iIallsvic"Cl 3111111 ate Gov itsl- "G1:1701011 Fit140 0 of oes **Goofsit I 6 VIIIIIIJIS 14 Is A,U4 IT 21 It III Al Al At a itU a IT a 41 a MAd tie*a - Ill -A-A I- AA go A b dA9, L I A I SAA P Joe ('11PIO)01,0 0'90Borayl chloride sud Itg 1~omerv. L,. .,%. Kudakov aml 1. 0 09 ErmlievAil. J. Gen. CAT- (U. 5. 5.-R-) 10,00 g(1944)).-The product 6olated by Lyubormlov. Rutov,kal 1.00Al00 4and Sherenict'rits (C. A. 34. .7, IN" from thr cleavaim -00ploducti. 14 the liquid chlurides which Were ObtAillcd IIV11. setion of IfCI on pinene and which they did 11,11 -00identify is shown to be -fenchene. 11. Z. Kamich=goGo*of r*on0,18It so*~E,:Or~wee-00Igotie aOW. A S J L ETALLURGICAL LITERATI)IM CLASIIFKATICPtto4AUQ11 0..U B AT -0 It . , I- I -T-T -A jr-1--t-r -0-1-y-firit It at 14 IF a it a Ka If if K UD 41 RA OW a0 0 0 0 0,0 0 a 0 00 0 0 o a o o 0 0 0 0 it 0 0 g 0 g 0010 0 0;o 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 eiRUDAKOV, G.---- , ... ....New rinF vulcanizer. Avt.transp. 40 no.2:22-23 f '62.J_ Glavnyy mekhanik Kirovskogo ,lavtoupravleniya. (FJRA 15:2)1 (Vulcanization-Equipment and supplies)-- , .. ., -vi -- - -~- k%V~ i--;' .~ A. &ER MMI RM. :. A "-, -Continuous production of formic eater of isoborneol from camphene.Gidroliz. i lesokhimo prom. 11 no.6:10-11 '58. (MIRA 11:10)l.TSentrallnyy nauchno-iseledovatellski3r lasokhimichaski7 inatitut.(Isoborneol) (Camphene)1 ~MMIII ~MlllOWLI-n',thr 2 i-m,r~ At lh~ q,iti mn.,St Kin f.~.r f "it -isoM~RUDAKOV, G.A., YEROShEISMY, Y.G.USSR"The Problem of the Study of Bornylchlorideand its Isomers"Mur. obahch. khim., No. 221940. All-Union Scientific-Research Institute ofthe Hydrolysis and Sulfite-Alcohol IndustryReceived 27 May 1940-Report, U-1612, 3 Jnn. 1952.N124 A L a a F a I I T 0 V V I IA J. A I T-oil AND ;01D m9a) SRO A09 #I% copiesS090CIS"t AM "GOORT1211 wets?be abjytk lmdametwe a topease. 11. 0fliformsesm o-Mmit wilAthe Whieste M actlvatvd'leeaclay. G. AG~A Arlamo"Ov' 'f- Gtm.-IrW1 M00~Ckw.W(" m)(ftsush sumnuffy)-IIS,dCA1~j..) (360 g.) vru ra-. M. (*"dih 0d8logaWst.5% activaten* wClay (2.1.) at 170forffwtkwAw in "cub ymftg d1pentmeTwalpsistmemader-lee-vat a fWther catablic ftsmakmatim P Oka* d*-asaw with how"imation.. pdynmisa.00e:ploducts d0went. from-as amfor%, the polymnews Fortmed sbould be considered the prod-qeOacts of pubsoms don ad Usamoeydic - twPOWN MGMMmly of a-ttrphomme, whkh has a emmijavated system ofbldbddff Loueanuct os, but not Use propolyizierisatim o00Thephys.poopti ies oft obtalnedtfamm Plans p~randa considemble thange In its optical properties after IiidilI-artasouscrntmscosed an admixt. of other bytira.ltcooicarmms. Probably A-di-carent. The latter pokAmbly wastranxf-wmed by homeritation Into dipentene. A,A.P,des,SlogWo(1cur U AtItvesWAL LITERAYWO! CLASSIVICAAtie_s0.,-*Idea Wit COV -34C 10"t ma am* illt - - - - i S 8-0. I r I . I . F I U T TA aj a I9 4 3 0 117 00 n 9 it tv at K 91 99 Is it u a It K V $4 3 j3 Q 3 f-; m1 160 0 a a 0 6 0 0 0Ia 0 e 0e 0 0 0 0 0 1111 0 0-00 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 a 0lie 0 6 a 0 0 00 0 0 0 00 2.2 6.2 0 a a 09.0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 a 0 a 0 00eIs Ito us .1 a 0 *at 1, is a 11 31 13 id a 316 M isA L A, A _M cc On II.-A S 1 A_ -2 -.8so )4~7 hot k~~, /hi, p4atoo .1W i.6 4 1. Seel #I1LaaA At 111, caMudill'all -Ptwtno lions of n-pinrne caum-of ljy lormiji1jr oI 114; NV *sib &It.a _J. it~x Valed clay was madr. It was sh-11 that the 4r.%IrflfijLljr-*)(fWM cf.- C.-IL-40, 2131 &.- hydrocsirlmis resulting tritirt thew catalytic trAnsfuttriji.L at. Iwith activated clay.results let thr tiniss consist of campfictic And frilchenri. Tbe Lett"logJ,gnottion of jm4yIrrprncs and of volAtile hYdructirloon, reaches a nL&x. of almut 107c. The ittax. trans(ognuttiou ~196!Fshich at clow ill mri. wt. fo cattiphene and burneol. M1,-5% calophenc. a-a% trucheries, 30-he rate of Iran4tirtmations is much " than that pre- 4Mr, uwnmycltc tcrim-nei, and 5-10% polyinerst: matter. GoOW a sentrd by suniW tramfornuotioni,ol pincric, 'cartne, and .%t this point of istax. tran4ormathin both pinenc and* 0 ir dilbentene. The (11sin resclIOU Product cOO-Asts Of Pol mcchyl"ntene are a1rcrit. 'heanit.ofestewifiabichyd.-o-Irriwit" of vyhich abotit 75% is dinteric in nsturt. Tr; tattions drops off fairly rap! y due to the further reactionvulatile p"ucts are very complex And contain cyclic offenchettes(ix4yittt,rfi)rinatioii). The polynx" obtainedGo .1 hy,irm-Arbons (Coil,j. cynorne. probably neenthear, and are mainly dittler, of "louncyclic terpenes. thus showing =0000 various unknown substances, which result from ring cleav- that the rate of potlyisit-rization otf dipritlene is somewhatai age jintl other tfmp-"tcd t.-ansfortuations. The dis-, hiXfoer than that c4 pinvue. It is shown that camphear cis 4000 al royrry of a s=it arni. of Nornew Among the reaction piod-! jm4ynwrixcs II)-!)P fimr% 441wer than the nootiocyclic ter. =40 40u to oldkates the pfolability of thr formation (if its afts- lWiles. G. M. Kt-" aGeV C m 01njjjjmjjkgtc "It-T as all blictmedistr on the catalyst sur-of A Lice. thus confirnting tile reactioll "jechanisrit protm)sed by as*11%lidicuka and Rudskov (C.J. 29. Camphene teeAm w2sbralrd in AHU11-9, lots with activated clay with stir-ring 6,r 1-4 ImJ*witftij.S ;N)l,'Oestalyst. Theanit.&a-j Of t1A111IofffWI product did not 6-conor Appreciable untili0o"i at Icast.570 catalyst was UMA. The 131ax. mut. 41(polyinerj(prroed (,#4.5%) wag oj,tsincd wi I h I i)% ca islyst beated for~3..lhvt. The domer, which constitute% noost of tho, pniytners,to,# IM-P, d:* ti.0157, A.* L.WXY2. IV. Catalytic trans-' seeS of I-sialge in the presence of activated days.a ttooG. A. Rudakay.- logd. ~01 -711. -A.Ciady.1 the itansforms.risej'; S 01 L A -CIAMOSPOICAL LSTINATURI CLASIVICAT0010 ISO*too., 60.111Wki . .... ~ -7 Wow) .10 0" 1241 @Islas am 0." sitS a Phi 0 1 a I Iff a 2 A a 3-2-7U aAV No is ~ to cf It or it 1;i a it 9 K0 to it U a00 0 0 0 *1* go 0 so goo 0 0 0 o *:*,**o 411-099 00 0 0 0 0 00 o a 0 0 *is 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 9 0O9Oo016ItOgo goesfflf 1t4oU1 4 1716oU I ifu 41 61Aa A P QP1-k a _j__ A _ LA.-1 L I AllIlt 1.00 -AIrrevorsible catalysis and catalytic dehydragenstlors of_S_"r~nmi on activated carbon. G. A. RiMakriv.some hj;~,-of.N, 11 f). A. 11nit j!rthhersidlitVranov:i, 1. 0'NM) %hich. in turn t.PIrIvlY Illownsiriml ;situ Al.wk,1111.orS144iVA. N. NtA:u,,v4. %jelli.. ,fillm.- .111.1lytinlene.xt. 4Cyclitsed Into .1 fil1Kht"ImAu, /ANF. 1r1Us L /this"".1wrtni list,* 11 0-Tretrif I'll" I lmt 11iiiii 1-3 'list ("fill".011.111 1 22, 041 11,4(19101. 1 lw,_,l'111, vv~jrljtly .-inst is. tile pollsaning effect ill the I-oly-.00m 1111 Nll ..,r,f W.11ef.v,l..l tracti, is%I trilil. .nictiLition firlikinct, it the pytisnenes. At hishe1.rjthe ricuft 3C.--irdmir I'. :lc,.fC(P-mrtithane)front 50111" up. the monticyclic trtivisrs undlergo. in an ill-.00mun timit l"I'e,krrmssling derre. dchydrustruistilin with evolution of Ill.aI thdlldroeO"r ill 11 "Ouli-h-r-ably higher trivip. ILI ill I'll (1:010)rif.oereigetim"etcyind at 11411) they me emijiy99am) "I ,;is frm $#.w ,,vur, 'ill efiNuill '111.6ft111.1th- hOrwallu.i.. 1"1114 1. fly liIttiAl[W). lu "'tivM"I C ;it flikplittilix ilfl .4 %ilr rltaill~, 111116, timililmilile Also., 400'riplat"MI 's 1, %%(ill tile Inn.IllSte 11,lwaf al.tux Itfl fit. Suir rearti-olui 11tv"WiteI00 aOftisim-14. I r.. lite 3-nirmlitiml ring 1, s,lwllijl ul J11),111ring clivninp are nut isistskilic-ant it the little of tont-ket 1-0 0with tirlIV1,111"ll-I I I'm -h Vill, 'Zenalkni; Isere. islAn. titl'lnut too loull; thut, at 4N). Will, mul 11101". Im-ws title fitgoo.trrttl,. ,I ( w mm I sisif I. nsss,41. rably Ilittlirr thall In ill,ring inwril Te"I 1. -1, -ind 81"v, reviss. 11111 C14 wh 11l MiIi"loo 2anah,xim, re..r1p., oI si'amne 4,01 Ill (Ilk$ --it)')-trit,i tritilt, il.Krnation of otim-tivAirst C trilni(v).m liv.11M k% 1. .41fle250 .411' hishrr thanun I"Jus't triali IVi.e. MAK)uttoolimist little, f-I stay m file 13.4 14 file wiler is( Iunder tIWw "Itulillu-t-, Our fithl'. AlOuit Allis the.00lis-luct. Of dellydrogmallots, fit 4111.1. InoW IV. P-;stillte 100-- kill Ili Haiti -'V- I01-IT .11`111-.'Seealkylith., .1,1.1 Pr-l-146Ni-.00.u,I. uI fs,.wlusll~ 1.1-lljr amulloux FUIK ;L-u2m,". fill Ctu'lled as ,.:Of 0 0 . It AN- HIPlICK-10 0pyrulysis. Imat e,"t-h-rably moor A-17 ttwt ."I ..CtIVA"I00C. anti the ykIll -if w brin-al.- i. i ... wit loisset.A j 0 1 L A OIIALtbl'sik-t WINATUSE CLAWFKATICOt1ft9 Is tt it U PC u: is It of13 el 1 '241.60 0 90 000 ',0090140 0 0 40 W 000 0411 0 00000 0 e.1!.!.!=60000cyclopropasepropianic addi in. 103-W, falt49'. .. Hydcu-Vnation of 4-carene,over Pt black gave camait. -Tbe'GrOrw mist. besides 4-carene, contained some 4ipeatate.1-11mollen" terpinolene, a4erplnene and meta_fiUbStRMUdbydrowbom, Including apparently J-mdhyI-j4sPprsPj4;--ftretld fPiiiIllbWt,soeromoulreenanus sjz birpentneA OnMy aases in the put (many refs. cited) and the degree of PwItYjUdged byaptW activity. ApureOpeckawlth"40CMUIA72217t, xgaloq,Paly - CatalystsUSER/ChemistrCard 1/1 Pub. 151 29/38Authors Rudakov, G. A., and Khomenko,! Z. S.Title The nature of catalysts used for isomerization and polymerization of.hydro-carbons. Part l.- Cause forcabalytic activity of titanic acidPeriodical Zhur. ob. khim. 21~/2, 337-343J. Feb 1954Abstract t The catalytic activity of titanic acid in the isomerization of pinene was coma,pared with that of aluminum, silicate catalysts. The activity of the titaniccatalyst was found due mainly to its acid properties. The d6rivation ~..Ofactive titanic acid through electro-dialysis with sodium salt proves that the`:,activity of the Ti-catalyst is caused mostly by the characteristics of thlq.'tie-.~tanic acid and not by the,presence of adsorbed acids or basic salts. Th6high.catalytic activity and plainly,expressed acidity make titanic acid closely ro..~O,lated to aluminmm silicates and not to its closest analogues - silicia acid...and aqueous A120-3- Fourteen references: 12-USSR; l-U3A and l-English (18~la~,1953). Tables; graphs.,Institution Central Scientific Research Forest-Chemical InstituteSubmitted July 6, 1953The nature of catalysts~uzed In Isomerization ahd -foij-"ffied-zatlan of hydrmarbons... I.- The-, cause of catalyticactivity of titanic aefd. - G. A; Ru4Akqv and Z. & Kho~-menko, J. Ceis. 24,"345--9(~)n).-&c C.A. 40, 4 3 H L~z7,re,& H-N 0 V-A ~-. F - - ----- - --- ---Usf-R/ Chemistry - Catalytic isom~-rizationGard 1/1 Pub. 151 31/37-1ak G. A.; Khomonko., Z.,S.; and Shestayeva M. M,Auth.)rs Ru, ov;Title Mechanism of heterogeneous catalytic hydrocarbon isomerization overacid catalysts. Part l.-Periodical. Zhur. ob. Ichim. 413, 549-557j Mar 1954Abstract The mechanism of reaction betweer. pinene, camphene and.limonene 1with cat-.alysts resulting in their isomerization (titanicacid. and activated lime),--p-i-tas investigated. It was observed that 6,31 three hydrocarbons tested,isom-rize rapidly and tiio of them racemize when heated vdth titanic acidCamphene and limonene formed.during catalytic isomerization of pinene o~4activated lime (1250) and over titanic acid (135w-1600) All not react.withabove mentioned catalysts until the pineno concentration in the reactionmixture is reduced to 25-35%. It vras found that the isomerization'reactiontakes place only on the-surface of the catalyst and does not penetrate intothe voltu-n. Seventeen references: 9-USSR; 2-USA; 2-German and 4-Enp.34h(1891-1953)o Tables; grapha.Institution Central Scientific.Research Forest Chemical InstituteSubmitted July 21, 1953RnAKOV., G. A.USSR/ Chemistry Synthesis methodsCard Vl ~Pub& 151 30133Authors Rudakov G. A Shestaeva, M. M. Marchav'skiy, A. T., and Khomenko., Z. S'Title Mechanism of heterogeneous catalytic isomerization of Wrocarbons. over .acid catalysts. Part 2.- Formation of terpinolene and terpinenes dariPgcatalytic isomerization of pinene and,-limonene'over titanic acid.Periodical Zhur. ob. khim. 24/8., 1452 1457,August 1954Abstract The ionic scheme of formation,of terpinolenes and terpinenes., as remdt,of catalytic isomerization. of pinene-and limonene over a titanic acidcatalystj is explained. Direct convei~sion of pinene.and limonene-intoalpha-t--rpinene, without the formation of an intermediateproduct., was established. The increase of thealpha-terpinene cont6nt~in monocyclic terpenes, after reducing the pinene content in the solution,and its effect on the formation of alpha-terpinenes from terpinolens,are explained. Ten references: 5 USSR; 3 USA,- 1 German and 1 English(1899 1954). Table; graph.Institution Central Scientific-Research Wood Pulp Chemical InstituteSubmitted January 13, 11954RUDAKOV.G.A.; KHOMEDKO,Z.S.; ARBINA,T.F.Continuous method for Droducing iaoborneol ethyl acetate fromcamphene. Gidroliz. i lesokhtm. prom. 8 no-2:3-4 '55.(MIaA 8:10)1. TSentralInyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy lesokhimicheskiy inTstitut (Isoborneol) (Camphene)FdJDAKOV, G.A.; SHESTAYEVA, X-M-Catalytic conversions of terpenes. Part 6. Catalytic Isomerization ofC4-pinene into 0 -pinene. Zhur.ob.khim. 25 no.3:627-631 Mr 155.(KM 8:7)1. TSentrallnyy nauchno-isaledovateltakiv lesokhimicheskiy institut.(Isomers and isomerization) (Pinene)n Application of the reaction of C1110110, BYntheiG'-i1WF--malell; anhydride. 0. A. Rullukoy aild ht eve.-blalcie an-r. Priklud. KhA R M* A91 1204(lo,05).firdthle (1) does not react at roorn terlip. with pinclie, cum-P cue, 3- and 4-carencs, lilrioneric, and p-plittlandrene anddoe-s not alter their optical activity, Since under these can-ditions snymenc and a-tcrpisicne react with I quantitativelyand tile rculting adducts can be easily removed by waslibigwith all. MaM4 this reaction wri be u3cd for the iptant.detit. of the content of the 2 letter compowids In mixedterpenes by dew. of (fie change ef optical activity lificr such -.2a treatment. Terpinolene does not Interfere. -,'A 5-od.sumple Is treated with I g, I for each 10% of dielle prmnt;.and tile mixture kept until color disnpilearatwe Is complete.after which the NnOH washing is performed. 11swilly 3-6days are needed. The reaction can tie also run in HtgGsale. ~Phxlfuudreue can be sepil. from mixts. in the same16UACT"; 77 14 5Z; UE T 777177 77 -7,7p4MOIk7o at ,16 ar, 3- -1 he euers arr obfjined by treating cam-phene with an excess of a highly cmic-d org. &6d in thepresence of a catalyst lasal. In the reacting substances. Ascatalyst can be used cation exchange. resins or "-fonatedecAL Alter the completion of the re-artion the excess acidk driven off. Cf. CA. 50, 4Wf.Dis 4E4j41RUDAKOT, 4.A.; SHESTAYIVA. H.M.Catalytic transformations of terpenes. Part 7: Preparation of opti-cally pure Q(-pinene from P -pinene. Zhur. ob. khim. 26 no.8:2357-2361 Ag 156. (MLRA 10.,11)1. TSentrallnyy nauchno-issledovatellakly lesokhimicheskiy institut.(Pinene)RUDAKOT, G,#,;. SHESTAYEVA9 M.M.Physical properties of camphene. Zhur. ob. khim. 26 no.8:2362-2364Ag 156. (MIRA. 10:11)1. TSentrallnyy nauchno-issledovateliskiv lesokhimicheskiy inatitiLt.(Camphene)RUDAMV, G.A.; KALIYOVSKAYA, Ye.A.Equilibrium between liquid and vapor in binar7 solutions ofcamphene - acetic acid and isoborn7l acetate - acetic acid.Gidroliz. i lesokhin. prom. 10 no.2:8-10 '57. (MUIA 10:5)1. TSentrallnyy nauchno-iseledovateltakiy lesokhImicheakiyInstitut.(Camphene) (Acetic acid) (Acetates)RUDAKOV, G.A.; SHESTAYEVA. M.M.Separation of camphene form pinene solutions vith retention of itsoptical activity. Zhur.prikl.khim. 30 no.1:169-173 Ja 157.(MLRA 10:5)I.TSentrallnyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy lesokhimicheskLy institut.(Camphene--Optical properties)(Pinene)MU,!"IrvRF. F- Ra - -Ellrx gFri5E Z-Z! g fir"-I I-.- i .f, V .9 . p - ?r -Fig-~V- Elfg Figa MoRUDAZOV. G.A.; SffESTAYEV..,Operation of continuous turpentine distillation columns at theNoy-vo-Rud7anka Wood Chemistr7 Plant. Gidroliz. i lesokhim. prom.11 no.1:6-8 158. (MIRA 11:2)l.TSentrallnyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy lesokhimichaskiy institut.(Ife.vvo-Rudyanka--Turpentine)(Distillation apparatus)5(0) sov/63-4-2-24/39AUTHOR- Rudakov, G.A,, ProfessorTITE Competition for the Best Works in Chemistry and Chemical TechnologyPERIODICAL: Xhimicheskaya nauka I promyshlenhostt, 1959, Vol 4, Nr 2,PP 271-273 ~(USSR)ABSTRACT: The Presidium of the Central Board of the All-Union Chemical Societyawarded the prizes for the best works in chemistry and chemical techno-logy. The first prize was not awarded. Second prizes of 3,000 rubleseach were awarded to N.K. Kochetkov, R.M. Khomutov, M.Ya. Karpeyskiy(Moscow, Institut farmakologii I khimioterapii - Institute of Pharmaco -logy and Chemotherapy) for the work: "Synthesis of Cycloserin" whichis a new antibiotic; to M.G. Valyashko (Leningrad, Vsesoyuznyy institutgalurgii - All-Union Institute of Halurgy) for the work: "Geochemistryof Bromine In the Processes of Halogenesis and the Use of the BromineContent as a Genetic and Prospecting Criterium"; -to A.I. Rozlovskiy ,(Moscow, Institut khimicheskogo mashinostroyeniya - Inst�t-ate of Cheirtical.Machine Building) for the work: "Kinetics of the Dark Reaction of aHydrogen Chloride Mixture"; to B.M. Gorelik, M.Ye. Mayzal", N.A. Par-Card 1/3 shina, 1.N. Popov, V.S. Rybina (Moscow, Instite. rezinovoy promyshlen-SOV/63 -4 -2-24,/~- 9Competition for the Best Works in Chemistry and Chemical Techno!OS7nosti - Institute of the Rubber Indust.-y) for the work: "Yhe Develop-merit of a Method, Apparatus and Technological Process for High-Tempera-ture Infrared Vulcanization of Rubber Fabrics". Third prizes of.2,000r,ables were awarded to G.A. KhabariA, S.P. Venedilktov, S.V. Kochetkov,A.Ya. Gorenburgov, B.V. Shishkin, V.Ye. Morashkin (Vladimir-, ChemicalPlant) for the work: "On the Complex Automation of the Workshop forAcetic Acid Regeneration"; -to T.M. Selezneva (Moscow, Dorkhimzavod) forthe works: "The Application of Paper Chromatography in the Control ofthe Production of I-, Gamma-and ASh-Acids"; "The Application of Surface-Active Substances in the Production of I-, Gamma- and ASh-Asids as FoamEliminators and as Substances Facilitating the Separation of ProductsOell Filterable Form"; "The Application of Auxiliary Substances inthe Production of I- and Gamma-Acids"; to V.I. Yur?yev, S.S. Pozin,G.M. Skurilkhina (Leningrad, Lesotekhnicheskaya akademiya imeni KirovaWood-Technical Academy imeni Kirov) for the work: "Exchange-Adsorptionand Electrokinetic Properties of Cellulose and Some of Its Derivatives";to N.A. Fermor, A.B. Peyzner, L.P. Raspopova (Leningrad, ~INIISK) for thework: "A Method for the Preparation of a Special Synthetic LatexSKS-50 Suitable for the Insulation of Cable Produc-.s and Conditions forCard 2/3 APplying it onto the Wires"; to A.G. Pozdeye*,ra (Sverdlovsk, Ugleldiimi-SOV/63-4-2-24/39Competition for the Best Works in Chemistr-j and Chemical Tecanologycheskiy institut - Coal-Chemical Inztitute), A.G. Stromberg, T.M. Mar-kacheva (Tomsk, Poliltekhnicheskiy institut - Polytechnical Institute)for the work: "The Application of the Polarographic Met2hod for theAnalysis of Products of the Coke-Chemical Production"; to I.I. Lazovskiy,N.S. Gryaznov, M.G. Felldbrin (Sverdlovsk, Uglekhimicheskiy institutCoal-Chemical Institute) for the work: "Development of a New Techno-logy for Preparing Coal for Coking". A tot-al of 26 fourt.1-1 pr1zes wereawarded.Card 3/3RUDAKOV, G.A.Terpenes as a basic material for industrial synthesis. Gidroliz.i lesokhim.prom. 12 no.1:4-6 '59. (KIRA 12:2)1. TSentrallnyy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy lesolt-himicheeklyinatitut.(Terpones)5 (3)AUTHORS.'Rudakov, SOV/79-29-6-62/72G. A., Shestayevaq M. M.TITLE.Investigation of the Nature of Catalysts Used in Isomerizationand Polymerization of Hydrocarbons (Isaledovaniye prirodykatalizatorov, primenyayemykh dlya izomerizataii i polimeriza-t9ii uglevodorodov). II. On the Catalytic Properties of.51!fal-,A.--ld (11. 0 kataliticheskikh svoystvakh kremnevoy kisloty)PERIODICAL:Zhurnal obshchey khimit, 1959, Vol 29, Nr 6, pp 2062 - 2068(USSR)ABSTRACT:According to modern conceptione the considerably acid characterof aluminum sllicates,, titanic acid, and other solid catalystsdetermines their catalytic activity in isomerization and poly-merization of hydrocarbons. The silicic acid is only weaklyacid. Therefore a very low catalytic activity of silica gels,especially under low or moderately high temperatures, should beexpected. The data found in publications are contradictory anddo-not confirm the expected propertien. In isomerization of a-pinenes at 100 allica gel without aluminum does not act as acatalyst at all, and at 155 only very slowly. If an 0.1~~-alu-Card 1/3minum oxide is pretipitated on the surface of such a gel theInvestigation of the Nature of Cataly9ta Used in SOV/79-29,-6-62/7218omerization and Polymerization ,)f llydroc~irbor5.II. Or. the Catalyti-. Propprtie3 of Silici~catalytic activity at '55 rise.,j 1300 times and equal tothe catalytic, activity of loam. In such cases the Soviet in-dustry uaeu !,If, aliiminum ~,xide (oc~_-aaionally IL-fjt3), 3o that thea-pinene is isomerized even at +20 T~ese facts erplain theeasy isomerization of a-pinenes and other unsaturated hydro-carbons lander the Influence of ailica gels, obaprved by somes~~ientistS.` and confirr. the theory of aluminwa silicate r)atal-ysis of V. Te. TiAiQhenko and G. A. Pudakov. The expe-rimentalresults publishee in the paper at hand, show that silica gelwithout aluminum may be used for the chromatographic separa-tion of unsaturaied hydrozarbons. If technical gel, containing1~. aluminum oxide, 13 u3ed, the alumino silioate must be pze-viously neutralized. It is yeL unknown whaL t:ffect this neutra-lization exercises upon the aeparation properties. The twotables show the properties of analyzed gels anJ for comparisonused activeloams, produced by the "Vogkresenskiy khimkombinat"(Voskresensk Chemical Kombinat). The diagram shows the catalyt-Card 2/3 ic isomerization rate of a-pinenes using variouz catalyst3.Investigation of the Nature of Catalysts Used in SOT/79-29-6-62/T2Isomerization and Polymerization of Hydrocarbons.11. On the Catalytic Properties of Silicic AcidThere are I figure, 2 tables, and 22 references, 18 of whichare Soviet.ASSOCIATION: Tsentrallnyy natLohno-iseledovatellskiy leeokhimicheskiyinstitut (Central Scientific Chemical Research Institute forForestry)SUBMITTED: May 29, 1958Card 3/35 (3)AUTHORS:Rudakov, G. A., Shestayeva, M. M. SOV/79-29-6-70/72TITLE:On Catalytic Transformations of Terpenes (0 kataliticheakikhprevrashcheniyakh terpenov). VIII. Isomerization Changes ofTerpinolene in the Presence of Titanic Acid (VIII. Izomeriza-tsionny e prevrashcheniya terpinolena v prisutstvii titanovoykisloty~PERIODICAL:Zhurnal obahchey khimii, 1959, Vol 29, Nr 6, pp 2096 - 2100(USSR)ABSTRACT:The isomerization changes of monocyclic terpenes in the pres-ence of acids are usually considered as an irreversible proc-ess, which starts from dipentene (I) and passes through ter-pinolene (II) to a-terpenene (III) and ~-terpenene (IV~Amozede-tailed analysis makes this conception improbable. When acidsaffect (II), one must expect a simultaneous formation of.ionsof the carbonium (V) and (VI), or of the corresponding ethersof the a-terpineole and terpinene-4-ole,,if the C-atoms 4 and8 of terpinclene are double bond. When the protonof (V) splits, the formation of an equilibrium mixture of 75%of dipentene (I) and of 25% of terpinolene (II) (Ref 1) is toCard 113be expected. When the proton of (VI) splits, an equilibriumOn Catalytic Transformations of Terpenes. VIII. ISO- SOV/79-29-6-70/72merization Changes of Terpinolene in the Presence ofTitanic Acidmixture of hydrocarbons (III), (IV) and (II) should result.According to these conceptions, when heating the above namedmonocyclic terpenes with titanic acid, an equilibrium mixtureconsisting of (I), (II)v (III) and (IV) is to be expected.(scheme 1). The present study should ascertain whether the re-ciprocal transformations (I)~4~ (II) really take place, the re-versible transformation or (IV), not being takenprovisionally into consideration. For this purpose the pro-ducts of the catalytic changes of terpinolene (II), in pres-J.c acid at a temperatu were analyzed.ence of titan4 re of 1350PIn addition to.the compounds (II); (III) and (IV) 1VI'. of di-pentenes (I) have also been found, which confirms the presenceof the reversible transformations L13-p-mentheneand p-cymol have likewise been found. When the optically act-ive limonene is subjected to the action of the catalyst thenthe presently proved reversible transformations lead to itsracemization (scheme 2). In opposition to the hitherto exist-Card 2/3 ing admission, the racemization of limonene has, - due to theOn Catalytic Transformations of Terpenes. VIII. Iso- SOY/79-29-4-70/72merization Changes of Terpinolene in the Presence ofTitanic Acidreversible transformations the advantage over theracemization, due to the rearrangement on account of the doublebond in the ring, even in a homogeneous medium. The transforma-tion of the limonene into terpinolene is consequently a revers-ible reaction and apparently the principal cause of the racemi-zation of limonene when heating with acid catalysts, especiallyif solid catalysts of the type of titanic acid, which are in-soluble in limonene, are used. There are 2 figures and 9 ref-erences, 6 of which are Soviet.ASSOCIATION: Tsentrallnyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy lesokhimicheskiyinstitut (Central Scientific Chemical Research Institute forForestry)SUBMITTED: April 7, 1958Card 3/3KALIBDVSKAYA, Ye.A. RUDAKOV, G.A..Studies in the field of the saponification of borneol andisoborneol esters. Report Ho.l: Kinetics of the alkalisaponification of borneol and isoborneol esters in alcohol-water solutions. Gidroliz.i lesokbim.prom. 13 no.4:1-316o. (MIRL 13:7)1. Irkutskiy inatitut organicheskoy khimii Sibirskogo otdeleniyaAN SSSR.(Bornsol) (Isoborneol) (Saponification)RUDAKOV. Geor iy-Aleks4ndx~oyi,~Ij; BARDYSHEV, I.I., red.; HIVRICH, Ye.D.,red. izd-va; GRECHISHCHEVA, V.I., tekhn. red.[Chemistry and technology of camphor) Khimiia i tzkbnologlia ka--fary. Moskva, GoslesbLmizdat., 1961. 223 P. (KIRA 15:1)1. Chlen-korrespondent Akademii nauk Belorusskoy SSR (for Bardyshev).(CP14PHOR)SIDOROV, R.I.; BABOSHI?4, B.K.,- AUDAKOV, G.A.In7estigating the composition of hydrocarbon terpene mixturesby the method erf gas-liquid chromatograDhy. Report No. 1:Studying conditions of the partition of terpenes. Gidroliz.i lesokhim. pram. 16 no.2312-14 163. (MIRA 16:6)1. Institut nefte-i uglekhimicheakogo sinteza Sibirskogootdeleniya AN SSSR.Terpenes)Chronomatographic analysis)~BABOSHIN., B.K.; SIDCROV, R.I.; RUDAKOV, G.A.; NIKOLAYEVA, Z.K.;IVANOVA, L.S.Investigating the composition of terpene carbohydrate mixturesby the method of gas-liquid chromatography. Gidroliz. ilesokhim. prom. 16 no-4:14-15 163. (MIRA 16:7)1. Institut nefte- i uglekhimicheskogo sinteza Sibirskogootdeleniya All SSSR.(Gas chromatography) (Terpenes-Analysis)RUDAFOTl,--9,..,A.; KAL21,07SKAYA, Ya.,!,,Catalytic conversiono of torpona.9, Part 10t Heats ofisomeriza"lon of ewaph-ece to tri,.-yelene and Wagnerrearrangement durinig the conversion of camphene hydrateto isoborneol. Zhur. org. khim, 1 no.7:1-199-D-05 JI 165.(MIRA .18:11)1. Institut nefte- i uglakhImicheskogo sintoza Irkutskogog.,,sudarstvennogo universitota,-RUDAKO-G-A.,- SHESTAYEVA, M.M.; IVANOVA, L.S.Influence of the carriers on the course of the acid cataly-tic isomeri-zation of pinene. Dokl. AN SSSR 162 no.6%1320-1322 Je 165. (MIRA l8t7)1. Institut. nefte- i uglpkhimicheskogo sinteza Irkutskogo gosudarstvennogouniversiteta. im. A.A.Zhdanova. Submitt6d December 9, 1964.RULAIMV, u. F.(AgricL.;ltunal --,cjiner-,r tind Implzments for the mechenizatioz~ of field work)lAoskve, Trudrezervizdnt, 19511.,. 221 p. (54-176ii)S760.R9R81. A"ricultural mnchinery.2. Agricultural it-plements-1. Urnevskii, M. A. jt. su.Ru,c,!--vcdstvrLC-ru6iya Cul,jv%tion,ni ps nd Toc:lr, For Th~~,,953CUT 1". unly~--.. Y. 1-:05kva ru6Li t % UrY"N/57 2 31F-L92A,---r-Iclultural.lork of the st-~te machine-teF!ti-ng7 stations. n;. r,Monthl List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, August 19 Uncl.RUSAKOVP G.K., kand.sellkhoz. nauk,- VARENITSAv Ye.T.9 doktor biolog. nau4p red.;PISAREVv V.Ye.p doktor sellkhos. naukp red.; BOEVOLISK17p S.A.pkand. sellkhoz. naukv red.;.RUDAKOV G F laureat Stalinskoy pre-mii, inzh., red.; DOBROKHOTOV, G.N.9 kand. sellkhoz. nauk, red.; RU-MYANTSEVI A.T., red.; ROSSOSHANSKAYA7 V.A., red.; PEVZM, V.I.,tekhn. red.(Handbook for agronomists of the non-Chernozem. Zone] Spravochnik agrq~-noma nechernozemnoi polosy. Moskyao Gos. izd-vo sellkhoz. lit-ry.Vol.l. 1960. 687 p. (MRA 14M(Agriculture)RUDAKOV, G.M., Inzhener; SMIYENKO, V.A., inzhener.Dy-namometric device for testing the operating parts of cultiva-tors and drills. Sellkhozmashina no.1:21-23 Ja 155. (MLRA 8:3)1. Sredne-Aziatskiy n.-i. institat mekhauizataii i elektrofikataiiorodhay-emogo zemledeliyu (SAIMI).(Dymmometer)(Agricultural machinery-Testing)KOS-')V, A.P.; MAGAY, L.I.; IJIKUL.L%, 13.K.; PAK, M.S.; RUDAKOV, G.M.;,SAYFI, E.Kh.; SERGIYENKO, V.A.; SOKCLOV, I~-.A.-'&SPInTDO1qOV,F.V.; SHFOLY-ANSKIY, D.M.; TIKHONOVA, I.,, red.LOverall mechanization and cultivation practices for cottoncrops] Kompleksnaia mekhanizatsiia. i agrotekhnika khlop-chatnika. Tashkent WGos.izd-vo Uzbekskoi SSR, 1964. 4 ( P.NIRA 17:11)1. Sredneaziatskiy institut mekhanizatsii I elektrifikatsiisellskago khozyaystva. 2. Sredneaziatskiy institut mekhani-zatsii i elektrifikatsii sellskogo khozyayst-va (for allexcept Tikhonova).RUDAKOV, Grigoriy Mikhaylovich; IBRAR'OV, Rustem Ibraimovich;TSAY., Grig oriy Yak ovlevich; TIKHONOVA, I., re~.;ABBASOVA, T.,[Mechanization of ambary hemp growing] Mekhanizatsliavozdelyvaniia kenafa. Tashkent, Gosizdat UzSSR, 1963. 37 p.(MIRA 17:1)T' F7P -1~ . 1- . - - ~ ~ -- - .RTIDAKC7, ClalloF'r*raical a5c; CLP gaE rAnIfestattcn 'Inpipe. Neftegra.geol. !'Le"I. Trest "Tyujmnlneftegaz;~.RUDAKOV, G.V.Usbig aurfac;tants to reduoe loaveo J-n the st-3rag Of petrolemproducts. Transp. I khran. nef-"-'; il nefteprod. t61.(14IPA1. Nauchnu-.'Lssledovatelle~k-Lv~ institut Fj trwi~;portzi VlLrsna-niyi neftl i neft--produlktcr.0 !1 Oll, ,G.De-pondence c-1 ii yle'r! of ths) reservoir rocks oP theTuy-mazy ril L'IelA- on tileir permeability and the velocity ol"them oil flow. 1'T.-,iich.-tmkh.sbor,po dobnefui no. 18-,61-65 162~(1ka RA 17 i 61RuL).AKOV, G.V~investigations of the a-dsorption of surface-activesubstances. Nefteprom. delo no.9:11-13 163. (KRA 17:4)HUDAKOV, G.V.; HADALYAN , G.A.Effect of surface-acti-ie agents on the emer3ion rate of liquid-hydrocarbon drops in water. Izv.vys.ucheb.zav.; neft' i gaz 6no. 12:41--50 t63. (MIRA 17:5)1. Bashkirskiy gosudarsllvennyy universitet i Ufimskiy neftyanoynauchno-Issledovatel'skiy institut.V,f, rat. Lr~n-Js ",.,j,.utA n3 C04i.T,rr of viscou" t I" twIm [!~ , .,.I I ~ . t Inef"A no. 63.f~ r.5 ta r tip, s .Trans-tu Y Itln~itit.ttt po, txannpotRUDAKOV IA.; GORIZONTOV, P.D., prof., nauchnyy rukovoditell rnbotyComparison of two methods of studying the mitotic activity of bone marrow.Lab. delo no.1:28-29 164. (KRA 17:4)1. DeystvitelInyy chlen A144 SSSR (for Gorizontov).INIDARM I Gr,)I?L'.ONTC,'7 P.11, prof,V.;Indices ell' "Lood an,,! bot&, marrow and sDIenIc imprints in whiterat.5 under ncrmal condit-Ions. Biul.eks p.biol.i med. 57 no.54AL.22-11.6 W 164, (IM I M. 113,~z 2Day3'Ivi-teIIn.,ry chien. AMN SS-SR (for Orrizontov). May14AMOV, V.N.; J~V2 (Moskva)Description of an electrical stirmiln for inducing variouspathological states inrats* Pat. fiziol. i eksp. terap. 7no.2t76-78 Mx,7AptO. (MIRA. 16i10)1. Nauchny~-.;*ovoditell - deystvitellnyy chlen AMN SSSRprof PX*Gorizontov.(BLECTROPHYSIOLOGY)BALUDA, V.P.-, LYSOGOROV, N.V.; E104TCHE-V, S.S.i ISHMUKHAMETOVA, D.N.;RUKAZF14KOVA, Zh.N.; GORLANOVA, 'T.A.; REJDAKOV, I.A.; SUSANYAN, T A.Blood coagulation and Its fibrinolytic activity in acuteradiation sickness. Vest. AMN SSSR 20 no.9:70-74 165.(MIRA 18-11.)1. Institut meditsinskoy radiologii. AMN SSSR, Obninsk.L 16778-66 _ EiJTfm)[-XCC M, AP66-6fj22 SOURCE CODE: UR/0248/651000/009/0070i~67flAUTHOR: Baluda *-V. P.; y,*pgorov, N. V., Xhnvchev, S. S.;-tova, D. N.; Rukazenkoya,-Zh. -k; Gor-lanova,-T-A,; Rudakov, I. A.;Susanyan, T. A.ORG: Institute of Medical Radiology AMN k55R. Obninsk (Institut meoqt-sinskoy radiologii AMN SSSR)TITLE: Blood coagulation and fibrinolytic activity in acute radiationsicknesstq,)SOURCE: AMN SSSR. Vestnik, no. 9, 1965, 70-74TOPIC TAGS: radiati-on sickness, blood, coagulation, hematologyABSTRACT: The hemorrhagic syndrome is considered the gravest manifes-tation of acute radiation sickness and to a great extent determines itsdegree, duration and outcome. However, despite numerous investigationsof the factors responsible for hemorrhage in this diseases the patho-genesis of this phenomenon has not been elucidated. The authors haveinvestigated the functional conditions of coagulation and of the fibri-nolytic system of the blood in acute radiation sickness produced by gma-radiation with Co6O. 256 "August" strain rats were irradiated withUDC; 617-001-28-036.11-07:[616.1S1.5+616.153.C rdl/3 962.4]L 16778-66ACC NRs AP6001322_ C-C~600 rad each. Four phases were discernible during the course of thedisease: Phase I--primary reaction (1-2 days following irradiation),II--hidden (3-6 days), III--peak (7-15 days), IV--recovery (20-30 days)Detailed descriptions are presented of the physical appearance and be-havior of the animals during the four phases as well as of the changesfound in the cellular composition of the blood, bone marrow and spleen.The following changes in the clotting system of the blood were observe4following irradiation: initial decrease (phase 1) followed by an in- *cre ase in the coagulation time, reduced tolerance of plasma to heparin,diminished prothrombin activity, increased thrombin time and fibrinogenconcentration, first an increase (phase I) then a decrease (Phase III)in thrombin concentration, reduced thermal stability, the emergence offibrinogen B, reduced fibrinase and increased fibrinolytic activity,diminished platelet count and delayed retraction of the clot. The elecltron microscope showed disturbances in the fibrin fibers such as rup-ture and vacuolization. It is evident that the hemorrhagic syndromeappears in the first phase only 24 hours after irradiation as indicatedby the presence of blood in the feces At that time. It can therefore ibe concluded that in acute radiation sickness damage to the blood ves-sel walls first occurs in the gastrointestinal tract and only laterspreads to the vessels of the skin. Also responsible for the hemorrha-iCard 213ACC'NRi AP6001322'gic syndrome is the disordered.coagulation of the blood which in itself',can cause alterations in the vascular walls and produce bleeding in ad-dition to its more obvious effects. Orig. art. hast 1 table.SUB COM-06/ SUBM DATEt 054un65/ ORIG REN 0081 OTH RErt oilI CGd 3 rn C..S/272/63/000/ lRud~k~v, I-L.TITLE: Instrument for the microphotometry of X-ray filmsPERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, otdellnyy vypusk, Metrologiyai izmeritellnaya tekhnika, no.2, 1963, 117,abstract 2.32-776. (Zap. Voronezhsk. s.-kh. in-ta,v. 17, no. 2, 1962, 267-269)TEXT: A microphotometer for the determination of low-intensitylight fluxes is described. It was developed in the Kafedrapatologii i terapii dimashnykh zhivotnykh (Department of Pathologyand Therapeutics of Domestic Animals) of the Voronezhskiy s.-kh.institut (Voronezh Agricultural Institute). In this instrument thephotocurrent is used to charge a capacitor which is then dischargedthrough a neon MH -3 (1-W-3) lamp The latter discharges only at aparticular voltage across its electrodes. Light from the source(2.5 V, 0.28 A lamp) passes through a diaphragm having an apertureof 1 MM2, which is followed by the X-ray film. It is finallyintercepted by a photocell and ejects electrons from the photo-cathode. These electrons are then stored on a 500-1000 ILFCard 1/2Instrument for the microphotometry... S/272/63/000/002/Oo6/oogE032/E114capacitor until the striking potential of the neon lamp is reached.This cycle'of operations continues until the intensity of thelight bearr is reduced to zero. The measurements are taken in theform of the numbdr of pulses per given time interval. Theinstrument is not inferior in accuracy to the Mep-2 (MF-2) m3.cro-photometer and with minor modifications can also be used for thephotometry of electropherograms.CAbstractor's note; Complete translationCard 2/2WVASIL'YEV, Ye.A.; DROBYAZIN, V.H.; RUDAKOV, I.N.Potentials for the economizing of nonferrous alloys in piperolling plants. Stall 24 no.10:947-948 0 164. (MIRA 17:12)1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut organizatsiiproizvodstva, i truda chernoy metallurgii.~t It jj 14 It 1. 1 f tt 11 U a m b hV x It Trt11ruble"Ll III all Icultul A 1111flobiolosy And tho frachings9 L, pluhkov, IS, ~%ip--it %wisIr w.-Ato.AM-,ovl, 104811 1, citti'altv rr~wvl,d With F"Jwl-t0fhrlll~ c"1111111, .# hissms.. And ill, inthiffurbuffill. 11141 ill pt"at 11111111WI)11111111111 I-it'll ill Ihv- Ill-M.- i., as tv-4000.00to 0f.k, 1,. 1(*tto*.,Itit0 9 0anal,0 0 0 g0 0 0 0 0-0-0 0 0-0-0-09 0 a 6A 9 0 0 -0 0 00 0 go 0 0 0o 0 00 0"Use of DayliCht in Shops 'wlth a (;onveyer jygtem of. Production",Thesis for degree 6f Cand. Te&inical Sci. Sub Apr. 49,Moscow Ordlerof Labor ied Banner,Engineering Constvaction Inst im--ni V.V. Kuybyshev.-Slurjllat-y 012, 1-11 DPc 52, Dissertations Presented,for Degrees En Scienceand En4ineering --1n Ploscow in 1049, From Vecho.-rnyaya -Moskva, jan-Dec 1545.Ymin'st,:-rstva kon~runallnoo k".zyaystva RSF3R, 1952.1~-V-Ava) lzd-vo Lillus., tables."Urratura": p. Z-272)11/57113.21R91

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