Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 9 Issue 3 September 1977 pp 239-247 Nuclear And Particle Physics
By using Kikkawa’s method the equivalence of the nonrenormalizable pair interaction$$\bar \psi \psi \phi ^2 $$ to a renormalizable theory is proved. Equivalence relationships between a few other nonrenormalizable and renormalizable interactions are also indicated.
Volume 10 Issue 1 January 1978 pp 33-45 Nuclear And Particle Physics
We study a model of quark confinement defined by the vanishing of colour currents. The model is shown to be equivalent to quantum chromodynamics and this equivalence is interpreted as due to the compositeness of the colour gluons. The Green’s functions of the theory are found to contain nontrivial structure only for colour singlet composites which can be identified with hadrons.
Volume 11 Issue 6 December 1978 pp 739-743 Particle Physics
We find the classical solutions of a model of quark confinement defined by the vanishing of colour currents. Both plane-wave type of solutions extending all over space as well as string-type of solutions confined to restricted regions of space are found.
Volume 21 Issue 1 July 1983 pp 41-50 Solid State Physics
The Raman spectra of mixed crystals of [(NH4)1−
Volume 24 Issue 3 March 1985 pp 435-442 Particle Physics
We consider spinor, scalar and vector fields with colour degrees of freedom and find the classical solutions when the constraint of vanishing colour currents is imposed. We find that there are no non-trivial
Volume 26 Issue 6 June 1986 pp 477-480
It is shown that the fermion number in a five-dimensional Kaluza-Klein theory (M4×S1) in which the fermion is interacting with a monopole field, is quantized in units of (ϕR)2 where the scalar ϕ is asymptotically constant and
Volume 28 Issue 6 June 1987 pp 617-619 Particle Physics
Using the Ward-Takahashi identities from the hidden supersymmetry in Langevin equation we present a very simple proof of the equivalence of stochastic quantization to field theories.
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