Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 23 Issue 5 November 1984 pp 607-622 Particle Physics
Volume 24 Issue 1-2 January 1985 pp 47-51 Quantum Physics
A modification of the Wick-Cutkosky equation for the relativistic bound state of two scalar particles interacting through the exchange of a massless scalar field within the ladder approximation has been considered by incorporating the self-energy diagrams in the integral kernel. An exact analytical solution of the equation is obtained at vanishing total energy and it is shown that the self-energy effects generally diminish the eigenvalues in agreement with the findings of Li
Volume 49 Issue 2 August 1997 pp 225-230 Research Articles
We study high energy photon production from a quark-gluon plasma at finite baryon density. We find that the photon production spectrum from the quark-gluon plasma maintained at constant temperature is only mildly dependent on the quark chemical potential.
Volume 51 Issue 1-2 July 1998 pp 273-286
Subhendra Mohanty Varun Sahni S Chakraborty Ashok Goyal Sukanta Dutta Debajyoti Choudhury Shobhit Mahajan Amitabha Mukherjee Hatem Widyan Urjit Yajnik S Mohanty J A Grifols Uma Mahanta Sarira Sahu Varun Sahni Tarun Souradeep Albert Stebbins Ioav Waga Vikram Soni N Panchapakesan R Brandenberger
The astroparticle physics working group witnessed intense discussion and activity covering a broad range of topics ranging from supergravity and baryogenesis to compact stars and the large scale structure of the Universe. A summary of some of the subject areas in which collaborations were initiated during WHEPP-5 is presented below.
Volume 59 Issue 3 September 2002 pp 433-443
The eigen frequencies of radial pulsations of neutron stars are calculated in a strong magnetic field. At low densities we use the magnetic BPS equation of state (EOS) similar to that obtained by Lai and Shapiro while at high densities the EOS obtained from the relativistic nuclear mean field theory is taken and extended to include strong magnetic field. It is found that magnetized neutron stars support higher maximum mass whereas the effect of magnetic field on radial stability for observed neutron star masses is minimal.
Volume 60 Issue 5 May 2003 pp 887-900
We study chiral symmetry structure at finite density and temperature in the presence of external magnetic field and gravity, a situation relevant in the early Universe and in the core of compact stars. We then investigate the dynamical evolution of phase transition in the expanding early Universe and possible formation of quark nuggets and their survival.
Volume 62 Issue 3 March 2004 pp 753-756
Recently there have been important developments in the determination of neutron star masses which put severe constraints on the composition and equation of state (EOS) of the neutron star matter. Here we study the effect of quark and nuclear matter mixed phase on mass radius relationship of neutron stars employing recent models from two classes of EOS’s and discuss their implications.
Volume 69 Issue 5 November 2007 pp 753-757 Higgs and Electroweak Symmetry Breaking
Though the predictions of the standard model (SM) are in excellent agreement with experiments, there are still several theoretical problems associated with the Higgs sector of the SM, where it is widely believed that some new physics will take over at the TeV scale. One beyond the SM theory which resolves these problems is the Little Higgs (LH) model. In this work we have investigated the effects of the LH model on $\gamma \gamma \rightarro \gamma \gamma$ scattering .
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