B K Sahoo
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 75 Issue 6 December 2010 pp 1041-1056 Invited Papers
We present some of the advances in our experimental and theoretical studies of violations in fundamental symmetries in atoms. A part of this work was performed under the auspices of a NSF–DST project. During this period, a number of experimental techniques and theoretical methods were developed and employed for precision measurements and their interpretation from first principles. Future directions of these studies are briefly mentioned.
Volume 77 Issue 4 October 2011 pp 715-726 Research Articles
The effect of hybridization of conduction electrons and f-level on superconductivity (SC) and antiferromagnetism (AFM) in the coexistent phase of rare-earth nickel borocarbide superconductors (𝑅Ni2B2C) is reported. The Hamiltonian of the system is a mean ﬁeld one and has been solved by writing equations of motion for the single-particle Green functions. It is assumed that superconductivity arises due to BCS pairing mechanism in the presence of antiferromagnetism in nickel lattices of Ni2B2 plane. The expressions for superconducting and antiferromagnetic order parameters are derived using double time electron Green functions. The quasiparticle energy bands are plotted and the nature of band dispersion of the quasiparticles is studied.
Volume 83 Issue 2 August 2014 pp 255-263
We present here an overview of the role of the multipolar black-body radiation (BBR) shifts in the single ion atomic clocks to appraise the anticipated 10-18 uncertainty level. With an attempt to use the advanced technologies for reducing the instrumental uncertainties at the unprecedented low, it is essential to investigate contributions from the higher-order systematics to achieve the ambitious goal of securing the most precise clock frequency standard. In this context, we have analysed contributions to the BBR shifts from the multipolar polarizabilities in a few ion clocks.
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