Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 32 Issue 4 April 1989 pp 515-521 Statistical Nuclear Physics
The hot rotating compound systems formed in heavy ion collisions are studied using the statistical theory with a view to determine the spin and temperature dependence of nuclear shapes. Shape transitions are observed for these systems at particular spin values. The neutron and proton separation energies for heavier high spin systems have been evaluated. Results are presented for70170Yb and78194Pt.
Volume 39 Issue 5 November 1992 pp 559-563 Research Articles
The finite size effects of nucleons inside a nucleus is investigated. This new approach is entirely different from Hagedorn’s volume correction method and is more rigorous. The size of the nucleon is varied and the magnitude of the hard-core potential is extracted by minimising the energy with respect to the nuclear radius.
Volume 53 Issue 3 September 1999 pp 647-652 Nuclei Act Extreme Conditions
Thermal fluctuations in angular momentum due to excitation is investigated. Shape changes or structural rearrangement are observed as a consequence of fluctuation in second moment of spin. The uncertainty in angular momentum is considerably enhanced due to thermal fluctuation and is strongly dependent on spin and structural changes.
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