S K Gupta
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Volume 5 Issue 1 July 1975 pp 37-47 Nuclear Spectroscopy
Information on the low-lying levels up to ∼1.9 MeV excitation of the doubly odd nucleus50V has been obtained through the Ge (Li)-Ge (Li) coincidence study with the50Ti(p, n
Volume 7 Issue 6 December 1976 pp 397-400 Optics And Spectroscopy
The Blodgett-Langmuir technique is used to deposit multilayer films of barium stearate on EDF glass. The thickness of the film varies in steps of 10 monolayers, and the thickness of each monolayer is about 25 Å. When viewed in white light at near normal incidence vivid interference colours are seen in reflection, with good contrast between adjacent steps. The reliability of the step gauge is tested for dielectric films of MgF2.
Volume 8 Issue 5 May 1977 pp 478-488 Nuclear And Particle Physics
High resolution gamma-ray spectra have been measured from the27Al (
Volume 11 Issue 5 November 1978 pp 541-546 Atomic and Molecular Physics
The infrared absorption spectra of 2,3- and 3,5-dichloroanilines have been recorded in the region 250–4000 cm−1. The spectra of the latter are recorded in solid phase (KBr and Nujol mull) and in CS2/CCl4 and CHCl3 solutions while that of the former in thin film only. The spectra have been analysed assuming C
Volume 16 Issue 5 May 1981 pp 391-402 Nuclear And Particle Physics
The optical reaction cross-sections for
Volume 17 Issue 3 September 1981 pp 271-278 Solid State Physics
The results of electrical conductivity measurements in heavily doped RbCl:CoCl2 crystals with 2500 and 6000 ppm of cobalt are being reported in this paper. The different regions of the conductivity plots for the crystals with the two concentrations of cobalt have been explained and relevant energy parameters determined. The crystals with 6000 ppm of cobalt have been found to contain two types of precipitates one of these being of the same type as that existing in RbCl crystals with 2500 ppm of cobalt while the other being of a different composition.
Further, it has been found that the crystals appear blackened after heating during measurements. The blackening has been attributed to the expulsion of cobalt from the bulk of the crystal which forms an oxide at the surface.
Volume 21 Issue 6 December 1983 pp 369-373 Solid State Physics
Electrical conductivity studies in NaNO2 single crystals with inherent impurities and also in crystals with added Mn2+ impurities have been reported. The heating conductivity runs of undoped and doped NaNO2 crystals have been compared. The decrease in conductivity in cooling following a heating run has been attributed to the oxidation during heating leading to the bulk precipitation of impurities in the host. Above 170°C however the intrinsic defects are responsible for conduction. An anomaly is noticed in both the heating and cooling conductivity runs of the sample at about the Curie temperatures and has been found to show thermal hysteresis.
Volume 23 Issue 4 October 1984 pp 495-500 Nuclear Physics
Angular distribution for the elastic scattering of 36 MeV alpha particles from gold target has been measured from
Volume 24 Issue 4 April 1985 pp 629-635 Nuclear Physics
The total cross-section for the reaction51V(
Volume 57 Issue 2-3 August 2001 pp 355-369
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The PHENIX experiment consists of a large detector system located at the newly commissioned relativistic heavy ion collider (RHIC) at the Brookhaven National Laboratory. The primary goal of the PHENIX experiment is to look for signatures of the QCD prediction of a deconfined high-energy-density phase of nuclear matter quark gluon plasma. PHENIX started data taking for Au+Au collisions at √
Volume 58 Issue 5-6 May 2002 pp 1085-1088 Colossal Magnetoresistance And Other Materials
The layered manganite Nd2−2
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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