Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 25 Issue 2 August 1985 pp 165-173 Nuclear Physics
The postulates of the double core model of binary fission are examined against the two well-known charge division mechanisms of fission, namely
Volume 32 Issue 1 January 1989 pp 13-32 Nuclear Physics
A model for
Volume 33 Issue 4 October 1989 pp 481-492 Nuclear Physics
The Coulomb potential between two heavy ions at their interpretation condition has been represented in terms of two point charges with reduced effective charge, dependent on overlap volume. This representation enables visualization of the dynamic development of the deformations of the colliding nuclei as a function of the degree of overlap. The potential has been compared with well known potentials for heavy-ion collisions. This Coulomb potential gave good agreement in reproducing excitation functions for fusion for a large number of heavy-ion systems.
Volume 53 Issue 3 September 1999 pp 563-566 Nuclear Reactions At Near And Sub-Barrier Energies
Time of flight and energy of fission fragments were measured using pulsed beam. Fission fragment mass and energy integrated angular distributions were extracted. Fission fragment anisotropy was explained in the framework of saddle point model.
Volume 57 Issue 1 July 2001 pp 199-202 Contributed Papers, Nuclear Reactions
Anisotropies in fission fragment angular distributions measured for the system 16O + 181Ta over a range of bombarding energies from 83 MeV to 120 MeV have been analysed. It is shown that statistical transition state model (TSM) with pre-scission neutron correction described adequately the measured anisotropy data. Strong friction parameter is found to be necessary to estimate the pre-saddle to pre-scission neutron ratio.
Volume 57 Issue 1 July 2001 pp 209-213 Contributed Papers, Nuclear Reactions
Inclusive cross sections of α particles and tritons from the breakup of 42 MeV 7Li by 12C and 197Au targets are presented and analysed in the framework of the Serber model. Spectral distortions due to the targets and relevant reaction mechanisms are discussed.
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