Volume 21, Issue 4
October 1983, pages 233-291
pp 233-240 October 1983
The observed dependence of the yield of highpT particles on the atomic numberA of the target and the incident energy, inp-a, a-a andp-nucleus collisions, is explained in a coherent tube model.
pp 241-246 October 1983
The baryon magnetic moments in quark-diquark model are studied and it is found that the diquark (spin 1 and 0) mixing which may arise as a result of quarkgluon interaction inside a hadron, leads to a good agreement of theory with experiment.
pp 247-255 October 1983
The mass spectra of both light and heavy mesons are studied in the Dirac equation with an equally mixed 4-vector and scalar power-law potential model. This potential provides an excellent fit not only to the mass spectra ofp°, ϕ, Ψ and υ families but also to those ofD, F andB mesons. The light quark masses inp° and ϕ as well as in atom-like mesons are very close to the current quark masses.
pp 257-260 October 1983
The expansion of the modified two-particle Ursell functionU(r) of a hardsphere quantal fluid is obtained in terms of a series of derivatives of δ-function. This expansion has been used to expand the second virial co-efficientB2 of the fluid. The expansion is correct up to the fourth power in thermal wavelength and the terms of the order of λ8 and λ4 in the first expa nsion are new.
pp 261-272 October 1983
Velocity and attenuation of ultrasonic waves have been measured in complex binary mixtures of benzene and multicomponent coconut oil near the critical temperature in the low MHz region. The experimental results are analysed in terms of theories developed by Kawasaki and Mistura. The characteristic frequency and amplitude parameter determined by fitting the data in the relations proposed by Kawasaki-Mistura are scaled at reduced temperature and these agree with scaling exponents. A small velocity dispersion is also observed.
pp 273-282 October 1983
Ultrasonic propagation in a system consisting of coconut oil and carbon tetrachloride has been considered as a function of temperature nearTc in the low MHz region. A small velocity dispersion is seen in the system. The experimental results have been analysed with recent theories developed by Ferrell and Bhattacharjee. The data on attenuation per wavelength nearTc agree with the scaling relation developed by Kroll and Ruhland.
pp 283-291 October 1983
Their and Raman spectra of molybdenum trioxide—monohydrate are studied assuming an effective tetrahedral Mo-O coordination and isolated water molecules, although the crystallographic coordination is six-fold with two long Mo-O distances. Based onCt symmetry, the group theoretical analysis has been carried out and a vibrational assignment is proposed. The nature of hydrogen bonding and the librational modes of water molecules are discussed. The factor group splitting forv3, the asymmetric stretching mode of MoO4= ion, is large indicating strong interchain coupling.
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