Seventieth anniversary of the Ukrainian Research Institute of Refractories

Seventieth anniversary of the Ukrainian Research Institute of Refractories Refractories and Industrial Ceramics VoL 38, Nos. 9 - 70, 1997 UDC 666.762.94 SEVENTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE UKRAINIAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF REFRACTORIES V. V. Primachenko, 1 N. V. Pitak, 1 and V. V. Martynenko 1 Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 9, pp. 2 - 12, September, 1997. Original article submitted July 18, 1997. ver. S. A. Berzon and Ya. O. Sherman developed a method The Ukrainian Research Institute of Refractories (ini- tially the Ukrainian Research Institute for the Silicate Indus- for determining the volume and porosity of ceramic mixtures. try) was created together with its experimental-industrial base G. V. Goikhman, I. S. Pekarskii, and Ya. O. Sherman sug- by a decision of the Supreme Council of the People's Eco- gested a method for determining humus in clays. A. V. Ter- nomy of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic on Octo- eshchenko and V. A. Palauzov invented new methods for de- ber 31, 1927. termining TiO: in refractory clays and methods for chemical Its organizers were E. I. Orlov, E E Budnikov, and analysis of magnesites, dolomites, refractory clays, and M. A. Uralov. The first years were devoted to setting up the quartzites and articles made of them. A. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Springer Journals

Seventieth anniversary of the Ukrainian Research Institute of Refractories

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 1998 by Plenum Publishing Corporation
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Chemistry; Characterization and Evaluation of Materials; Materials Science; Ceramics, Glass, Composites, Natural Methods
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1083-4877
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1573-9139
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10.1007/BF02767888
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Refractories and Industrial Ceramics VoL 38, Nos. 9 - 70, 1997 UDC 666.762.94 SEVENTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE UKRAINIAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF REFRACTORIES V. V. Primachenko, 1 N. V. Pitak, 1 and V. V. Martynenko 1 Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 9, pp. 2 - 12, September, 1997. Original article submitted July 18, 1997. ver. S. A. Berzon and Ya. O. Sherman developed a method The Ukrainian Research Institute of Refractories (ini- tially the Ukrainian Research Institute for the Silicate Indus- for determining the volume and porosity of ceramic mixtures. try) was created together with its experimental-industrial base G. V. Goikhman, I. S. Pekarskii, and Ya. O. Sherman sug- by a decision of the Supreme Council of the People's Eco- gested a method for determining humus in clays. A. V. Ter- nomy of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic on Octo- eshchenko and V. A. Palauzov invented new methods for de- ber 31, 1927. termining TiO: in refractory clays and methods for chemical Its organizers were E. I. Orlov, E E Budnikov, and analysis of magnesites, dolomites, refractory clays, and M. A. Uralov. The first years were devoted to setting up the quartzites and articles made of them. A.

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