Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 2 Issue 2 February 1974 pp 80-83 Nuclear And Particle Physics
Based on considerations of the light-cone algebra of currents and pseudoscalar densities, it is suggested that either the high energy meson-nucleon cross-sections are constants (even though the pp-cross-section increases indefinitely) or that they deviate from constancy by logarithmic terms whose scale is set by a mass, of the order of at least tens of Gev, and which also characterises the consequent logarithmic violations of Bjorken scaling.
Volume 4 Issue 3 March 1975 pp 105-129 Particle Physics
The recently discovered narrow peaks (the
Volume 5 Issue 2 August 1975 pp 87-100 Nuclear And Particle Physics
A universal theory of weak interaction is constructed by exploiting an analogy inherent between the four leptons and the four quarks of the paracharge scheme proposed recently to deal with the
Volume 7 Issue 2 August 1976 pp 113-125 Nuclear And Particle Physics
A systematic semiquantitative account of all aspects of the strong and electromagnetic interactions of all the newly discovered hadronic states (the
Volume 9 Issue 5 November 1977 pp 481-489 Particle Physics
Two kinds of general consequences of the Δ
Volume 13 Issue 4 October 1979 pp 451-455 Nuclear and Particle Physics
Using a Thomas-Fermi type picture of the nucleon as a dense system of quarks and antiquarks, we give a rationale for the ‘dipole’ nature, scaling and other characteristics of the nucleon electromagnetic form factors. Similar considerations are then given for the electromagnetic structure of the pion.
Volume 34 Issue 3 March 1990 pp 225-233
The recently proposed Young-Hoshino model pseudopotential for lithium has been applied to the calculation of structure and thermodynamics. A slight modification of the model potential is necessary and this produces better core size and long range tail of the interionic effective pair potential than the original model.
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