B K Jain
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 6 Issue 4 April 1976 pp 226-234 Nuclear And Particle Physics
Angle integrated cross-sections for the pion single charge-exchange reaction on13C and7Li have been calculated at several energies in the distorted wave impulse approximation employing the off-shell nature of the pion-nucleon scattering amplitude and using the Breit-Wigner formula for its energy dependence. Effect of the two nucleon correlations in the nucleus on the cross-section is also studied. Our results are in rough accord with the experimental data.
Volume 7 Issue 4 October 1976 pp 287-290 Nuclear And Particle Physics
Total cross-section for
Volume 16 Issue 1 January 1981 pp 61-72 Particle Physics
Using Jastrow form for the nuclear wave function, single-particle distributions in the momentum space are extracted for the correlation functions corresponding to the Reid soft core, Hamada-Johnston and Ohmura-Morita-Yamada (OMY) hard core potentials. The correlations functions used for this purpose are the numerical solutions of the Schrödinger type equation for the realistic potentials and analytical form for the OMY potential. It is found that the calculated momentum distributions, with Woods-Saxon basis functions, differ significantly beyond 400 MeV/c. Comparison with the experimental proton momentum distribution from (
Volume 32 Issue 4 April 1989 pp 447-457 Nuclear Reactions
The spin-isospin response of nuclei to hadronic probes is discussed. It includes the spin-isospin flip Gamow-Teller excitations at nuclear level and the delta-isobar excitations at nucleonic level. In GT excitations, while the energy dependence of the spin-isospin nucleon-nucleon interaction is understood, the cause for discrepancy between this extracted interaction from the (
Volume 56 Issue 6 June 2001 pp 723-734 Research Articles
The formalism developed earlier by us for the propagation of a resonance in the nuclear medium in proton-nucleus collisions has been modified to the case of vector boson production in heavy-ion collisions. The formalism includes coherently the contribution to the observed di-lepton production from the decay of a vector boson inside as well as outside the nuclear medium. The medium modification of the boson is incorporated through an energy dependent optical potential. The calculated invariant
Volume 59 Issue 5 November 2002 pp 739-744
The folded tandem ion accelerator (FOTIA) facility set up at BARC has become operational. At present, it is used for elemental analysis studies using the Rutherford backscattering technique. The beams of1H, 7Li, 12C, 16O and 19F have been accelerated up to terminal voltages of about 3 MV and are available for experiments. The terminal voltage is stable within ±2 kV. In this paper, present status of the FOTIA and future plans are discussed.
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