| || Requirements of salt and water during summer in the tropics
Author : Malhotra, M.S.
Source : Defence Science Journal ; Vol:8(3) ; 1958 ; pp 228-234
Subject : 551.5 Meteorology
Keywords : Salt ;Water ;Tropics
Abstract : Abstract not available.
| || Preparation of 2 (N morpholinyl) Indene and its Unusual Stability
Author : Joshi, B.C. ;Khandelwal, P.K.
Source : Defence Science Journal ; Vol:21(3) ; 1971 ; pp 199-200
Subject : 54 Chemistry;547 Organic Chemistry
Keywords : Water ;Inert Atmosphere
Abstract : A method for preparing 2-(N-morpholinyl)-indene without using inert atmosphere and without requiring simultaneous removal of water has been described.
| || Selection of optimum frequency for sonar echoes from underwater targets
Author : Iyer, H.M. ;Nanda, J.N.
Source : Defence Science Journal ; Vol:8(1) ; 1958 ; pp 1-4
Subject : 623.8 Naval Science;534.8 Acoustics
Keywords : Solar ;Water
Abstract : Method is given for selecting optimum frequency for detection of echoes from targets using underwater sound. Attenuation of sound in water increases with frequency while diffraction spreading of the echo decreases. The frequency has also to be chosen so that the estimated strength of the echo is above the observed reverberation level.
| || Effect of drinking normal saline on sweat output and voluntary water intake
Author : Mani, K.V. ;Kundu, S. ;Janweja, R.B.
Source : Defence Science Journal ; Vol:13(2) ; 1963 ; pp 225-232
Subject : 612 Physiology;61 Medical Sciences
Keywords : Water ;Plasma ;Tonicity
Abstract : Increase in sweat output as a result of drinking large volumes of water, is confirmed. The view that lowering of plasma tonicity brought about by drinking water is the chief cause of this increase in sweat output, is also confirmed. Presence of extra salt in the body has not caused any significant change in the voluntary intake of water.