Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 17 Issue 1 July 1981 pp 105-109 Nuclear And Particle Physics
The effect of target thickness and finite range of nuclear recoils is investigated in the study of average and longitudinal polarizations of recoiling nuclei resulting from the capture of muons by spin zero target nuclei.
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.
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