M K Ramaswamy
Articles written in Proceedings – Section A
Volume 57 Issue 5 May 1963 pp 275-279
0+ excited states of even-even nuclei can arise in several ways. In order to throw some light on the mechanism of excitation of these states, the log (
Volume 57 Issue 5 May 1963 pp 311-314
Gamma-rays accompanying the decay of long-lived Al26 have been studied by means of coincidence scintillation spectrometry. A level scheme for Mg26 has been proposed in essential agreement with earlier results.
Volume 59 Issue 2 February 1964 pp 102-114
In this paper we have attempted to see how far a classification of excited states of even-even nuclei can be made based on the quantity AE, A being the mass number and E, the energy of excitation. The results show that this may be a useful criterion in the understanding of the excitation mechanism.
Volume 59 Issue 3 March 1964 pp 141-152
Employing delayed coincidence techniques lifetime measurements have been carried out in the decay of Te121 to decide between two alternative level schemes for Sb121. Our results support the scheme proposed by Gupta which consists of excited levels in Sb121 at 70 and 576 KeV.
Volume 59 Issue 4 April 1964 pp 203-206
Sakai’s method of analysing log
Volume 59 Issue 6 June 1964 pp 371-377
Morinaga’s study of the lowest odd-parity states in even-even nuclei has been extended to even-parity odd-spin and odd-parity even-spin states. These states show good agreement with the curve E=67 A−3/4 Mev.
Volume 60 Issue 2 August 1964 pp 134-137
Recent attempts to understand the beta-decay process based on log
Volume 61 Issue 1 January 1965 pp 12-23
An empirical approach to distinguish between
Volume 61 Issue 5 May 1965 pp 289-293
Experimental values of E2-M1 mixing ratios of 2′+→2+ transitions in even-even nuclei are found to decrease with increasing splitting of 2′+ and 4+ levels.
Volume 62 Issue 1 July 1965 pp 34-55
An analysis of K-conversion coefficients of E2 transitions of the type 2+→0+, 0+→2+, 4+→2+, 6+→4+, and 8+→6+ together with their methods of determination has been carried out. The ratios of experimental to theoretical