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Soviet chemical industry 1967.

Yale L. Meltzer

Soviet chemical industry 1967.

by Yale L. Meltzer

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Published by Noyes Development Corporation in Park Ridge (N.J.) .
Written in English


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Soviet chemical industry 1967 by Yale L. Meltzer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Meltzer, Yale L. Soviet chemical industry, Park Ridge, N.J., Noyes Development Corp.

[] (OCoLC) The industry was long concentrated after on the production of capital goods through metallurgy, machine manufacture, and chemical Soviet terminology, goods were known as emphasis was based on the perceived necessity for very fast industrialization and modernization of Currency: Soviet ruble (SUR).

History. By ukase of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of 28 Marchthe People's Commissariat of Rubber Industry USSR was established. It was to include enterprises producing caoutchouc, rubber, tires, and asbestos.

The People's Commissariat of Chemical Industry and the People's Commissariat of Rubber Industry appear to have existed independently from to This entity directed the production of chemical weapons in the Soviet Union through the late s [when production largely halted], and chemical weapons development until 01 January The Ministry of the Chemical Industry played an important role in composite material development for defense applications, because it was responsible for the.

Химия, Moskva, Khimii︠a︡, Edition/Format: Print book: Russian: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Chemistry -- Soviet Union -- History. Chemical industry -- Soviet Union. Chemical industry. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. ment considered the development of the chemicals industry a priority.

As part of the Soviet plan for national economic recovery and development (known as the GOELRO plan), the government set a goal for the chemicals industry to increase production by % over the level in The industry reached that goal in The Soviet Defense Industry Complex in World War II I.

Historical background 1. Formation and structure Defense factories already played an important role in prerevolutionary Russian industry. They contributed significantly (although on an insufficient scale) to Allied military strength in World War I.

Unable to avoid the general economic. Soviet and Post-Soviet Technology: Chemical Industry Sources in English: Amann, Ronald.

"The Soviet Chemicalization Drive and the Problem of Innovation," in Ronald Amann and Julian Cooper, eds., Industrial Innovation in the Soviet Union (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, ), pp.

What I wish to do in this article is to draw the attention of open-minded Left-wing readers to the significant but little-known and highly-relevant fact that, for decades, Western capitalist technology sustained the failed economic experiment of Soviet Communism, rescuing it from the full consequences of its inherent systemic weaknesses until its final collapse in The chemical industry of the U.S.S.R.

was well developed and accounted for a bit less than 10% of all industrial output. In Russia today, chemical products account for about 5% of the total industrial output, but remain important both for domestic consumption and for exports.

Establishment of the Soviet pharmaceutical chemical industry O. Magidson Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal volume 1, pages – () Cite this article. Soviet Doctrine for Offensive Chemical Warfare Against NATO Introduction information on policy and doctrine for offensive chem-Over the past several years, the Intelligence Commu- ical warfare.' We believe this effort was the most nity has had difficulty in determining with confidence intensive examination of this evidence-which in.

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[]The chemical industry had always been cyclic, and the dem and for chemical products and industry workers by the early s was made even more uns table by waves of investment. The Soviet Union™s chemical weapons activities can be traced to World War I.

Of all stress the importance of chemical warfare. During the ™s and ™s, their industry was modernized, chemical agent plants were constructed, and research and development Since World War II the Soviet chemical warfare program has con-tinued unabated.

Nuclear power in the Soviet Union by B.A. Semenov* Even though the Soviet Union is a large industrial state which bases its economic development on its own mineral fuel resources, it cannot afford to neglect the development of nuclear power, because about 80% of its. The building of commercial ships in the Soviet Union is an industry of recent origin.

Before the war shipbuilding was confined almost entirely to the building of war vessels. In fabricated metal utilized in the construction of merchant ships amounted to 9, metric tons; in it.

Red Plenty by Francis Spufford and since it's a machine from the chemical industry, it's priced according to how much it weighs, as if it were an amount of coal. Soviet planning of the.

was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar, the th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the th year of the 2nd millennium, the 67th year of the 20th century, and the 8th year of the s decade.

Frontline and factory: comparative perspectives on the chemical industry at war, / edited by Roy MacLeod and Jeffrey Allan Johnson. TP 20 F Man in a chemical world: the service of chemical industry / by A. Cressy Morrison.

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Meltzer.The first "level of industry" plan, signed by the Allies on Mastated that German heavy industry was to be lowered to 50% of its levels by the destruction of 1, listed manufacturing plants. In January the Allied Control Council set the foundation of the future German economy by putting a cap on German steel production capacity: the maximum allowed was set at about.At SIPRI, he was a member of the team that produced the six-volume study, The Problem of Chemical and Biological Warfare, published between and Sincehe has published thirty papers in the area of biological weapons.