Photoproduction of Pions from many nucleon systems and some related electro-dynamic processes

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Photoproduction of Pions from many nucleon systems and some related electro-dynamic processes

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dc.contributor.author Ramachandran, G.
dc.date.accessioned 2009-07-30T05:30:05Z
dc.date.available 2009-07-30T05:30:05Z
dc.date.issued 2009-07-30T05:30:05Z
dc.date.submitted 1963
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/27
dc.description.abstract The interaction between the elementary particles, is generally studied through collisions between them, where the particles are assumed to be in free state both before and after collision. The photo production of Pions from nucleons, is one of the reactions from the process of elementary particles collision, involving strong, electromagnetic interactions, assuming one of the particles concerned, in a bound state. This thesis deals with such problems of photo production of pions from bound nucleons in nuclei starting from the simplest case of deuterons, to more complex nuclei. The thesis is divided into five parts; Part (i) deals with photoproduction of pions from two or three nucleon systems; Part (ii) deals with the same process but from the complex nuclei, and using the shell model for many nucleon systems. Part (iii) deals with the polarisation phenomena, following the photoproduction of pions. Part (iv) deals with an unified method of calculating the cross section for second order radiative process; Part(v) deals with 2 chapters of Appendices - a time dependent approach to nuclear reaction channels; and, On the Wigner Sckart and projection theorems for first rank spherical tensor operators. en_US
dc.description.tableofcontents Preface Chapter I : Introduction. Part I : Photoproduction of Pi mesons from few nucleon systems. Chapter II : Photoproduction of charged pions from deuterons. Chapter III : Elastic photoproduction of neutral Pi mesons from deuterons. Chapter IV : Polorisation of the deuteron following photoproduction of neutral pions. Chapter V : Photoproduction of neutral pions from H5 and He5. Part II : The Shell model approach to photoproduction of pions from many nucleon systems. Chapter VI : Reduction of the many body problem to the problem of photoproduction of pions from a single bound nucleon. Chapter VII : Photoproduciton of pions from nuclei with configurations, closed shell and one nucleon. Chapter VIII : An exact method of evaluating the transition probability for photo production of pions from complex nuclei. Part III : Magnetic moment quenching and polorisation phenomena following photoproduction of Pi mesons from complex nuclei. Chapter IX : Polorisation of the residual nucleous. Chapter X : Nucleon polorisation in the photoproduction process. Part IV : On some electrodynamic processes. Chapter XI : A unified method of evaluating the cross section for the second order radiative processes and magnetic bremsstrahlung in electron-neutron collisions. Part V: Chapter XII : Appendix I. A time dependent approach to nuclear reaction channels. Chapter XIII : Appendix II. On the Weigner-Sckart and projection theorems for first rank spherical tensor operators. en_US
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dc.subject Particle Physics en_US
dc.subject Quantum Mechanics en_US
dc.subject Photoproduction of Pions en_US
dc.title Photoproduction of Pions from many nucleon systems and some related electro-dynamic processes en_US
dc.type.degree Ph.D en_US
dc.type.institution University of Madras en_US
dc.description.advisor Ramakrishnan, Alladi
dc.description.pages v; 193p.. en_US
dc.type.mainsub Physics en_US

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