S N Mukherjee
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 24 Issue 5 May 1985 pp 715-726 Nuclear Physics
Single channel single level
Volume 32 Issue 6 June 1989 pp 761-768 Particle Physics
Criterion for a unique non-relativistic quark model
We have calculated the mean square charge radii of the neutron and proton, and compared them with the experimental values, to construct a unique non-relativistic quark potential model. It is shown for the first time that, contrary to general belief, it is possible to reproduce simultaneously the baryon mass spectrum and the electromagnetic sizes of neutron and proton using a single potential model. It was found necessary to add admixtures of excited states of the nucleon in the unperturbed ground state wavefunctions.
Volume 57 Issue 4 October 2001 pp 717-726 Research Articles
A simple coordinate space approach to three-body problems — Examples: Halo nucleus and double-λ hypernucleus
S Mahapatra J Nag D P Sural S N Mukherjee
We show how to treat the dynamics of an asymmetric three-body system consisting of one heavy and two identical light particles in simple coordinate space variational approach. The method is constructive and gives an efficient way of resolving a three-body system to an effective two-body system. It is illustrated by explaining the structural properties of some nuclei of current interest, namely halo nuclei and double-λ hypernuclei. The ansatz used here may be of value in a number of three particle problems of similar nature.
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