B P Singh
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 3 Issue 2 August 1974 pp 61-73 Nuclear Physics
Effective interactions and charges in^{58}Ni
The structure of the low-lying states of^{58}Ni has been calculated in shell model by assuming an inert^{56}Ni core plus two valence nucleons in the p_{3/2}, f_{5/2} and p_{1/2} orbitals. The two-body matrix elements are first expressed in terms of seven radial matrix elements and these are then parametrized to give best fit between the computed and the observed energies of the levels below 4 MeV. The wave-functions obtained using these two-body matrix elements are used to study the concept of effective charges. It is found that a single effective charge is not sufficient to predict the
Volume 8 Issue 1 January 1977 pp 91-97 Nuclear And Particle Physics
Beta-gamma-gamma directional correlation in^{103}Rh
Spins and parities of the 650, 537 and 93 keV levels of^{103}Rh are deduced by triple angular correlation and the internal conversion coefficient studies. Multipolarities of the transitions are also determined.
Volume 12 Issue 3 March 1979 pp 243-250 Nuclear And Particle Physics
Some of the low-lying states in many isotopes^{144}Nd,^{148}Sm,^{152}Gd and^{156}Gd show a similar typical behaviour. The first 2^{+} is regarded as a single quadrupole phonon state and 3^{−} as a single octupole phonon state. The levels with the spins and parities 1^{−}, 5^{−}, 3^{−}, 4^{−}, etc. are considered due to the simultaneous excitation of quadrupole and octupole phonons. If this consideration is correct, then the transition from
Volume 30 Issue 3 March 1988 pp 245-249 Condensed Matter Physics
Optimization of deconvolution in Compton profile measurements
The method of generalized least squares has been used to deconvolute the Compton profile measurements in nickel. The method depends on two arbitrary parameters namely the cut-off parameter
Volume 47 Issue 5 November 1996 pp 401-410
Measurement and analysis of excitation functions for alpha induced reactions on iodine and cesium
N P M Sathik M Afzal Ansari B P Singh R Prasad
The excitation functions for the reactions^{127}I(
Volume 87 Issue 4 October 2016 Article ID 0056 Regular
B BHUSHAN S S TALWAR T KUNDU B P SINGH
We have synthesized, characterized and studied the third-order nonlinear optical properties of two different nanostructures of polydiacetylene (PDA), PDA nanocrystals and PDA nanovesicles, along with silver nanoparticles-decorated PDA nanovesicles. The second molecular hyperpolarizability $\gamma (−\omega; \omega,−\omega,\omega$) of the samples has been investigated by antiresonant ring interferometric nonlinear spectroscopic (ARINS) technique using femtosecond mode-locked Ti:sapphire laser in the spectral range of 720–820 nm. The observed spectral dispersion of $\gamma$ has been explained in the framework of three-essential states model and a correlation between the electronic structure and optical nonlinearity of the samples has been established. The energy of two-photon state, transition dipole moments and linewidth of the transitions have been estimated. We have observed that the nonlinear optical properties of PDA nanocrystals and nanovesicles are different because of the influence of chain coupling effects facilitated by the chain packing geometry of the monomers. On the other hand, our investigation reveals that the spectral dispersion characteristic of $\gamma$ for silver nanoparticles-coated PDA nanovesicles is qualitatively similar to that observed for the uncoated PDA nanovesicles but bears no resemblance to that observed in silver nanoparticles. The presence of silver nanoparticles increases the $\gamma$ values of the coated nanovesicles slightly as compared to that of the uncoated nanovesicles, suggesting a definite but weak coupling between the free electrons of the metal nanoparticles and $\pi$ electrons of the polymer in the composite system. Our comparative studies show that the arrangement of polymer chains in polydiacetylene nanocrystals is more favourable for higher nonlinearity.
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