Accession Number : AD0283885

Title :   WORK ON ATMOSPHERIC OPTICS

Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO

Personal Author(s) : BRONSHTEN,V.A. ; DAGAYEV,M.M.

Report Date : 12 JUL 1962

Pagination or Media Count : 1

Abstract : Discussed are the properties of an elastically deformed solid intrusion solution ith bodycentered cubic lattice, unbalanced with respect to energetically different positions of the atoms of h di olv ub c R R FOUN FOR NONE UILIBRIUM AND EQUILIBRIUM FREE ENERGIES OF SUCH A SOLUTION. It is shown, that the equilibrium Young modulus of the monocrystal decreases with the incre se in conc ra io mall re se a do o p upo co centrations at greater stre s s. The chemical pote ial of the dissolved particles at greater stress s does depend not only upon the relative change in volume, but also upon rel tiv lo g ion U OR - * **>(N PROPERTIE OF AN ELASTICALLY DEFORMED SOLID INTRUSION SOLUTION WITH BODY-CENTERED CUBIC LATTICE, UNBALANCED WITH RESPECT O EN RGETICALLY DIFF R T POSI IONS OF HE TOMS OF THE DISSOLV D SUBSTANCE.

Descriptors :   *ATMOSPHERES, *ILLUMINATION, *OPTICS, *SKY BRIGHTNESS, *SOLAR ECLIPSES, PHOTOMETERS

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE