Volume 31, Issue 2
August 1988, pages 1-139
pp 1- August 1988 Rapid Communications
We present a 3-dimensional, linear analysis of electrohydrodynamic (EHD) roll instability in a nematic liquid crystal under DC excitation. It is shown that the flexoelectric effect leads to a new symmetry of the flow pattern, viz. ahelical flow inoblique rolls. Our experimental observations agree with the theoretical predictions.
pp 87-91 August 1988 Quantum Mechanics
A Gaussian form of the generator coordinate wave function is used to find the exact weight function for the ground state of H-atom using HWG integral equation. Exact pairs of GC wave functions and weight functions are then constructed for other simple Hamiltonians using a simple integral which converts an exponential into a Gaussian. A discussion as to how a GC wave function can be used as a trial variational wave function is also presented.
pp 93-97 August 1988 Gravitation
Recent reanalysis of the data of the Eötvös experiment suggested the existence of a new force. We show that a negative energy massive scalar field minimally coupled to gravity in a background Schwarzschild metric naturally leads to a potential which can explain the small anomalous effect in the Eötvös experiment.
pp 99-108 August 1988 Particle Physics
The Regge pole plus cut model has been used to explain the data at the collider energies √s=546 and 630 GeV and the most recent differential cross-section results at √s=1.8 TeV. Predictions of the model at 1.8 and 40 TeV are compared with those of Bourrelyet al.
pp 109-123 August 1988 Nuclear Physics
Excitation functions for the production of68Ga,67Ga,66Ga,65Ga +65Zn and61Cu fromα-induced reactions in natural copper have been measured in the energy range ≈ 10–40 MeV using the stacked foil technique. A stack of nine copper foils was irradiated by a 40 MeVα-beam. Theγ-rays emitted from the irradiated samples were recorded. Excitation functions have also been calculated theoretically using a statistical model with and without the inclusion of pre-equilibrium emission of particles. Pre-equilibrium component simulated by exciton model shows that the inclusion of pre-equilibrium emission gives better agreement between experimental and theoretical excitation functions. Pre-equilibrium fraction depends on the incident energy and the target mass number.
pp 125-139 August 1988 Plasma Physics
The interaction between tearing modes with the mode numbersm=1,n=1 andm=2,n=2 is investigated for different initial amplitudes of the modes, using a single helicity approximation, a step-current profile and a time-independent resistivity. Also included are the results on the temporal behaviour of the amplitude of the uncoupled modem=2,n=2 in the situation with identical equilibrium parameters as ours.
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