Indian Journal of Pure and
Applied Physics
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Volume 45 
Number 12 
December 2007 

CODEN: IJOPAU 45 (12) 9391010 
ISSN: 00195596 

General 

Determination of Allan deviation of Cesium atomic clock
for lower averaging time 
945 


The Physics of Elementary Particles and Fields 

Electronic structure and electric field gradient
calculations for H^{+} and m^{+}
in simple metals using spherical solid model 
950 


Nuclear Physics 

Dynamical fluctuation of compound multiplicity in
nucleusnucleus interactions at 4.5 AGeV ¾ Evidence of projectile
dependence of azimuthal asymmetry 
959 
Dipak Ghosh*, Argha Deb, Subrata Biswas, Pasupati Mandal
& Prabir Kumar Haldar 

Atomic and Molecular Physics 

Estimation of electron temperature in 14.45 GHz ECR ion
source plasma by analysis of Bremsstrahlung spectra 
965 


FTIR, FTRaman spectra and ab initio DFT vibrational analysis of 2chloro5aminopyridine 
969 


FTIR and laser Raman spectra of
2hydroxy5methyl3nitro pyridine 
979 


Electromagnetism, Optics, Acoustics, Heat Transfer,
Classical Mechanics and 

Copolymer formation through ultrasonic and viscosity
measurements 
984 


Condensed Matter: Structural, Mechanical and Thermal Properties 

Growth and characterization of InSb thin film structure 
987 


Condensed Matter: Electronic Structure, Electrical,
Magnetic and Optical Properties 

Specific heat jump in anisotropic YBa_{2}Cu_{3}0_{7}_{d} superconductor 
991 
K M Khanna*, M S Karap Kirui, T W Sakwa, P K Torongey, K
Y Ayodo & S Rotich 

999 

Annual Keyword Index^{ } 
1005 
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*The corresponding
author has been indicated by (*) mark in case of papers with more than one
author.
Indian
Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol.
45, December 2007, pp. 945949
Determination of Allan deviation of Cesium atomic clock for
lower
averaging time
P Banerjee, Arundhati Chatterjee & Suman
Time and Frequency Section, National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi 110 012
Email: pbanerjee@mail.nplindia.ernet.in
Received 15 January 2007; revised 11 September 2007; accepted 8 October 2007
Absolute Allan deviation of the Cesium clock for averaging time (τ) of 5 days or more may be calculated from the corresponding data of circular T published by Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM). For lower values of τ, the Allan deviation may indirectly be found from the extrapolation of these values through τ^{1/2 }fit as recommended by CCTFWGMRA guidelines. Absolute Allan deviation may also be directly found out by intercomparison of minimum three clocks assuming that the noise in all clocks is fully uncorrelated. This paper analyses the values of Allan deviation determined by the direct method keeping in mind the limitation of the measurement system. These values of Allan deviation tally well with those found from the data of circular T.
Keywords: Cesium atomic clock, Allan deviation, Lower averaging time
Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol. 45, December 2007, pp. 950958
Electronic structure and electric field gradient calculations for H^{+} and m^{+} in simple metals using spherical solid model
B Pal, J Singh^{*}, Pawan Singh^{**} & D K Chaturvedi^{***}
Department of Physics, DCR University of Science & Tech., Murthal 131 039
^{*}Department of Mathematics, Statistics & Physics, PAU, Ludhiana 141 004
^{**}P G Department of Applied Physics, M L N College, Yamuna Nagar 135 001
^{***}Department of Physics, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra 136 119
Received 19 September
2006; revised 14 June 2007; accepted 12 July 2007
The electronic structure and electric
field gradient (EFG) for H^{+} and m^{+} in simple
metals have been investigated. H^{+} and m^{+} occupy
octahedral site in fcc metals. The
EFG arises due to the valence and size differences between impurity and host
atoms. The former contribution has been evaluated using the impurity induced
charge density calculated selfconsistently using the spherical solid model
potential for discrete lattice and Blatt’s correction for lattice dilation. The latter contribution has been
evaluated in the elastic continuum model considering the dressed point ions
interacting through screened Coulomb potential. The scattering phase shifts,
impurity potential, induced charge density and EFG have been calculated. The
phase shifts are found to be slowly converging and these are more prominent in
Al than in Cu. Both the valence and size effect EFGs are found cylindrically
symmetric yielding the asymmetry parameter (η) to be zero. The size effect
EFG is found to be dominating at both the first and second nearest neighbours.
Keywords: Hydrogen, Muonium, Knight shift, Resistivity, Spherical solid model, Electric field gradient
IPC Code: G01R31/12
Indian
Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol.
45, December 2007, pp. 959964
Dynamical fluctuation of compound multiplicity in nucleusnucleus interactions at 4.5 AGeV ¾ Evidence of projectile dependence of azimuthal asymmetry
Dipak Ghosh, Argha Deb, Subrata Biswas, Pasupati Mandal &
Prabir Kumar Haldar
Nuclear and Particle Physics Research Centre, Department of
Physics, Jadavpur University, Kolkata 700 032
Received 3 June 2006; accepted 16 August 2007
Azinmuthal fluctuations in compound multiplicity (pions + target protons) spectrum emitted from nucleusnucleus interactions initiated by ^{24}MgAgBr and ^{12}CAgBr both at 4.5 AgeV have been studied. The data exhibit the existence of emission asymmetry in the azimuthal plane for both the interactions. Asymmetry is found to depend on the number of compound multiplicity produced.
Keywords: Relativistic nucleusnucleus collisions, Compound multiplicity, Azimuthal asymmetry
IPC
Code: G01T
Indian
Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol. 45, December 2007, pp. 965968
Estimation of electron temperature in 14.45 GHz ECR ion
source plasma by analysis of Bremsstrahlung spectra
K Ranjini,
P Y Nabhiraj, S K Das, C Mallik & R K Bhandari
Variable
Energy Cyclotron Centre, 1/AF, Bidhan Nagar, Kolkata 700 064
Email:
ranjini@veccal.ernt.in
Received 13 November
2006; revised 25 July 2007; accepted 4 October 2007
Electron Cyclotron Resonance Ion Sources (ECRIS) are known
to produce intense Xrays of the order of 100’s of keV. Energy of electrons in
the resonantly heated microwave plasma has been estimated by analyzing the
Bremsstrahlung spectra obtained using a standard alkali halide (NaI [Ti])
crystal detector. Experiments were carried out on argon plasma discharge from
high performance ECR ion source operating at 14.45 GHz. The dependency of Xray
emission with microwave power has been studied in the range 50400 W. It is
verified that maximum energy gained by electrons in ECR plasma follows a power
law E_{max} a P^{3/8}.
Xrays of more than 800 keV energy can be generated at very low microwave power
as 400 W. The influence of magnetic field and gas pressure in the production of
Xrays has also been analyzed.
Keywords: ECR ion source, Plasma, Bremsstrahlung spectra, Electron
Cyclotron Resonance Ion Sources, Microwave power
IPC
Code: G01J3/28
Indian
Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol.
45, December 2007, pp. 969978
FTIR, FTRaman spectra and ab initio DFT vibrational analysis of 2chloro5aminopyridine
N Sundaraganesan^{a}, B Dominic Joshua^{b}, M Rajamoorthy^{ c }& C H Gangadhar^{a} ^{}
^{a}Department of Physics, Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar 608 002
^{b}Department of Physics, Sri Aravindar Arts and Science College, Akasampet, Vanur Dt. 605 111
^{c} Sri Paramakalyani College, PG Department of Physics, Alwarkurichi 627 412
Received 3 March 2006 ; revised 14 February 2007 ; accepted 18 September 2007
The FTIR and FTRaman spectra of 2chloro5aminopyridine
(CAP) have been recorded in the region 4000400 cm^{1} and 3500100 cm^{1},
respectively. The optimized geometry, frequency and intensity of the
vibrational bands of CAP were obtained by the ab initio and DFT levels of theory with complete relaxation in the
potential energy surface using
631G(d,p)^{ }and 6311+G(2df,2p) basis sets. The harmonic vibrational
frequencies were calculated and the scaled values have been compared with
experimental FTIR and FTRaman spectra. A detailed interpretation of the
vibrational spectra of this compound has been made on the basis of the
calculated potential energy distribution (PED). The observed and the calculated
frequencies are found to be in good agreement. The experimental spectra also
coincide satisfactorily with those of theoretically constructed bar type
spectrograms.
Keywords: FTIR spectra, FTRaman spectra , Ab initio , DFT ,2chloro5aminopyridine, Vibrational analysis
IPC Code: G 01 J 3/28
Indian
Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol.
45, December 2007, pp. 979983
FTIR and laser Raman spectra of 2hydroxy5  methyl3nitro pyridine
B S Yadav^{*}, Israt Ali, Pradeep Kumar & Preeti
Yadav
Molecular Spectroscopy and Biophysics Laboratory, Department of Physics
D N (PG) College, Meerut 250 002
Email: israt_tomar@yahoo.com
Received 15 June 2006; revised 19 September 2007; accepted 4 October 2007
The FTIR and laser Raman
spectra of 2hydroxy5methyl3nitro pyridine have been recorded in the region
4000400cm^{1 }and 400050cm^{1}, respectively. Both the
spectra have been analyzed on the basis of Cs_{ }point group symmetry
and the observed bands have been assigned to the different specific modes of
vibrations. The assignments of FTIR and laser Raman bands of said molecule are
made on the basis of magnitude and relative intensities of the observed bands.
The assignments made for the complex molecule under investigation are in good
agreement with the earlier work on some pyridine derivatives.
Keywords: FTIR,
Laser Raman spectra, 2hydroxy5methyl3nitro pyridine, Vibrational
assignments
IPC Code: G01J3/28
Indian
Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol. 45, December 2007, pp. 984986
Copolymer
formation through ultrasonic and viscosity measurements
V P
Akhare, D K Burghate & V S Deogaonkar
Shri
Shivaji Science College, Amravati (Maharashtra) 444 603
Received 12
May 2006; revised 23 July 2007; accepted 7 September 2007
Ultrasonic velocity (U),
viscosity (η), adiabatic compressibility (β_{a}) and viscous
relaxation time (τ) have been measured in binary mixtures of polyvinyl
chloride (PVC) and polyvinyl acetate (PVAc) in tetrahydrofuran (THF) at
different temperatures 298, 303, 308, 313 and 318K at frequency 2 MHz. The
observed maxima in ultrasonic velocity, viscosity, relaxation time and minima
in adiabatic compressibility are attributed to molecular interactions between
PVC and PVAc due to proton donoracceptor interactions.
Keywords: Copolymer, Ultrasonic velocity, Viscosity, Adiabatic
compressibility
IPC Code: B06b
Indian
Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol. 45, December 2007, pp. 987990
Growth and characterization of InSb thin film structure
R K Mangal^{1,2}, B Tripathi^{1} M Singh^{1}, Y K Vijay^{1} & A Rais^{3}
^{1}Department of Physics, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur 302 004
^{2}Jaipur Engineering College and Research Center, Jaipur 303 905
^{3}Mineral Division, Geological Survey of India, Jaipur 302 004
Received 12 October 2006; revised 17 May 2007; accepted 7 September 2007
Thin films of InSb have been obtained by resistive heating method at the pressure 10^{5 }torr. Mixing of these bilayers has been done by rapid thermal annealing as well as vacuum annealing process. Characterizations of these films have carried out by optical band gap, Rutherford backscattering and Xray diffraction studies. Obtained results indicate formation of InSb semiconductor.
Keywords: InSb, Xray diffraction, Rapid thermal annealed, Thin films, Optical band gap
IPC Code:C30B
Indian
Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol.
45, December 2007, pp. 991993
Specific heat jump in anisotropic YBa_{2}Cu_{3}0_{7}_{}_{d} superconductor
K M Khanna^{a}, M S Karap Kirui^{b}, T W Sakwa^{c}, P K Torongey^{a}, K Y Ayodo^{c} & S Rotich^{a}
^{a}Department of Physics, Moi University, P O Box 3900, Eldoret, Kenya
^{b}Department of Physics, Egerton University, P O Box 001,Egerton, Kenya
^{c}Department of Physical Sciences, Masinde Muliro University, P O Box 190, Kakamega, Kenya
Received 13 November 2006; revised 22 August 2007; accepted 12 September 2007
Using the exotic pairing model, the jump in the specific heat DC/T_{c} in YBa_{2}Cu_{3}0_{7}_{}_{d}, for both breathing mode and buckling mode has been calculated. Its value was compared with the experimental values and it has been found that the specific heat jump in superconductor and the density of states were one fifth of the earlier reported values. This is indicative of the small fraction of carriers close to the Fermi level, which are paired and exotic pairing due to anharmonic perturbation of the apical oxygen ions leads to a lowering of DC/T_{c}.
Keywords: Specific heat, Anisotropic, YBa_{2}Cu_{3}0_{7}_{}_{d} superconductor, Density of states
IPC Code: C04B10/00
Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol. 45, December 2007, pp. 9991004
Annual Author Index
Abbady Adel G E 
198 
Acharyya S 
529 
Aggarwal
A K 
429 
Aghamkar P 
893 
Aghamkar Praveen 
517 
Ahrens R 
278 
Akhare V P 
984 
Ali Israt 
979 
Anand S 
800 
Ansari M Ataullah 
27 
Anuradha A 
524^{} 
Arora Anil 
321,400 
Arora Sanjiv 
618 
Aruna S 
524,591 
Arunesh K 
654 
Arunkumar A 
358 
Aswal D K 
354 
Auluck
S 
66,69 
Avasthi D K 
57,127 
Awasthi O N 
434 
Aydınol Mahmut 
641 
Ayodo
K Y 
991 
Azimaraghi M E 
40 
Badapanda T 
749 
Bahadur Harish 
395 
Balaji Rao R 
243 
Balamurugan A K 
131^{} 
Baldha G J 
856 
Bandyopadhyay Nil Ratan 
226 
Banerjee
A 
31 
Banerjee P 
945 
Barthwal S K 
821 
Basu A 
395,920 
Basu Ananjan 
336 
Basu J 
332 
Battisha
I K 
441 
Beri Vinod K 
647 
Bhandari R K 
965 
Bhat K N 
311 
Bhat N V 
545 
Bhatt B C 
545 
Bhatt N K 
93^{} 
Bhatt S C 
609 
Bhatt Vivekanand 
326,377,395 
Bhattacharya E 
311 
Bhattacharyya S S 
674 
Bhattacharyya Sayan^{} 
834 
Bhatu S S 
596 
Bhowmik R N 
810 
Biswas Subrata 
959 
Bodhaye Ashish 
37 
Borah
M N 
687 
Buch J U 
596 
Buddhudu S 
496,741 
Burghate D K 
984 
Chakarvarti S K 
880 
Chaliha
S 
687 
Chander Harish 
395 
Chander Subhash 
816,826 
Chandra^{ }Kailash 
821 
Chandra Sudhir 
326,377,387,395 
Chandra Usha 
790 
Chatterjee Arundhati 
945 
Chaturvedi D K 
618,950 
Chaturvedi P 
906 
Chaudhuri B K 
674 
Chavan S D 
476^{} 
Chen
Yong 
294 
Chidambara Vinayagam S 
143 
Das Gupta A 
311 
Das Gupta N 
311 
Das^{ }H L 
624 
Das S K 
965 
Das Soumen 
299 
Dash U N 
151 
Deenadayalan K 
860 
Deogaonkar V S 
984 
Dev Kapil 
658 
Devi^{ }R 
624 
Dhanapandian S 
860 
Dhawan M S 
826 
Dhingra Grima 
738 
Digpratap S 
654,721 
Dixit P N 
377 
Dogra
A 
31 
Dong Lin 
273 
Duhan S 
893 
Dutta K 
529 
Dwivedi V K 
321,332,400 
El
Beyally A 
441 
El Nahass M M 
465 
ElBarry A M A 
465 
Gaikwad S A 
238 
Gajbhiye N S 
834 
Gajbhiye N S 
805 
Gajjar P N 
89,509^{} 
795 

Gangadhar C H 
969 
Garg Maneesha 
563 
Gautam D K 
238 
Gautam S 
906 
Ghosh Dipak 
419,637,959 
Gismelseed A 
856 
Gohel V B 
93 
Goswami Niranjana 
382,400 
Goyal Geetika 
910 
Goyal Shilpi 
647 
Guibin Du 
273 
Gunasekaran S 
884 
Gupta A 
745 
Gupta A 
16^{} 
Gupta Arun K 
647 
Gupta
Lokesh Kumar 
173 
Gupta S K 
354 
Guptaroy
Sima 
419 
Hafiz M A 
425 
Haldar Prabir Kumar 
419,959 
Halder S K 
406 
Hao Yilong 
317 
Haranath Divi 
395 
Harsh 
906 
Hartnagel H L 
382 
Helen Anitha L 
311 
Hemalatha R 
666 
Himanshu A K 
692 
Indra C 
663 
Indu B D 
27 
Iqbal S Z 
767 
Ittyachan Reena 
591 
Jain V K 
304 
Jani A R 
89,93,509 
Jesudurai Joe G M 
591 
Jha P K 
459 
Jha Prafulla K 
96 
Jianbin Luo 
403 
Jojo P J 
877 
Joseph J D 
311 
Joseph M 
131^{} 
Joshi H H 
596,856 
Joshi M J^{} 
48 
Joshi Manoj 
287 
Joshi P B 
9 
Joshi Rekha 
880^{} 
Joshi S J 
48 
Joshi Utpal S 
62 
Joshua B Dominic 
969 
Jun Chen 
372 
Junhua Zhu 
273 
Kal Santiram 
299^{} 
Kale Nitin 
287 
Kalita^{ }P K 
624 
Kalra Niraj 
618 
Kamil S Raja Mohamed 
754^{} 
Kannappan A N 
573 
Kannappan V 
143,221 
Kanse K S 
476^{} 
Kant K 
880 
Karmalkar S 
278 
Khamis I 
491 
Khan F Liakath Ali 
754^{} 
Khanna
K M 
991 
Khanna V K 
332,345 
Khattab K 
491 
Khurana Meenakshi S 
679 
Kirui
M S Karap 
991 
Kishore Ram 
395 
Knobel M 
16 
Koinuma Hideomi 
62 
Koul Shiban K 
336,387 
Krishna Rao D 
210 
Krishna V Vamshi 
437 
Krishnamurthy Anjali 
816,842 
Kumar A Ashok 
204 
Kumar Atul 
726 
Kumar D Sravana 
210 
Kumar M 
256 
Kumar Mahesh 
321,400 
Kumar Manoj 
256 
Kumar P 
906 
Kumar P Anil 
21 
Kumar Parveen 
44 
Kumar Pradeep 
979 
Kumar R Thilak 
884 
Kumar
Raj 
429 
Kumar Rajesh 
116,709,877 
Kumar Raman 
759 
Kumar Ravi 
16,31 
Kumar
Shalendra 
31 
Kumar Sushil 
377,618 
Kumar V Ravi 
926 
Kumar V V Siva 
16 
Kumar Vinod 
406 
Kumari Kamlesh 
679 
Kumbharkhane A C 
476^{} 
Kumbhat Abhishek 
336 
Lahiri Madhumita
Bannerjee 
637 
596,764 

Lakshmi N 
830,839^{} 
Lakshmi Subha 
321 
Lal Krishan 
382 
Lal R 
287 
Lal Roshan 
231 
limuddinA 
31 
Luo Qingqing 
282,368 
Madhavan J 
591 
Madhavi S P 
311 
Madhu Utpal 
226 
Mahmoud H M 
198 
Mahur A K 
877 
Mali C S 
476^{} 
Mallik C 
965 
Mandal Kalyan 
21 
Mandal Pasupati 
959 
Mandloi N 
745 
Mangal R K 
987^{} 
Mani G 
524 
Manoharan C 
860 
Manoravi P 
131^{} 
Meenakshi G 
663 
Mehra Rita 
580 
Mehrotra N K 
168 
Mehrotra S C 
476,754^{} 
Miao J 
382 
Mishra M 
83 
Mishra R K 
437 
Mishra S R 
89 
Mitra Subarna 
21 
Modi K B 
596,764,856 
Mohamed M Gulam 
524 
Mohanty S 
151 
Mollah S 
52 
Mondal Anup 
226 
Moraru Luminita 
733 
Mukherjee Amrita 
674 
Mukherjee Nillohit 
226 
Mukherji S 
287 
Mukovskii Y M 
37 
Murty V V S 
745 
Nabhiraj P Y 
965 
Nahrawi
A M S 
441 
Natarajan K 
311 
Nate M M 
545 
Nautiyal
T 
66,69 
Negi N S 
759 
Negi Nainjeet Singh 
163 
Nishchal Naveen K 
647 
Ojha P K 
79 
Okram G S 
37^{} 
Pagare Gitanjali 
459 
Pal B 
950 
Pal Prem 
326,395 
Pal S 
906 
Palani R^{} 
573 
Palanivel R 
501 
Pancholi Meenakshi 
580 
Pandya Ankur 
96 
Panigrahi S 
749 
Pankaj A C 
332 
Pant B D 
321,400 
Pant R P 
406 
Parekh B B 
48 
Patel Kaushik 
514 
Patel Mohan 
321 
Patel S G 
514 
Patil D S 
238 
Pillai A M G 
37 
Ponnusamy S 
884 
Poonia Surendra 
119 
Prabakar K 
900 
Prabha K 
591 
Pragasam Joseph Arul 
591 
Prakash Om 
609 
Prasad Arun S 
826 
Prasad Mahanth 
321,332,400 
Prasad Rajendra 
116,709,877 
Prasad T N V K V 
741 
Prashant B L 
842 
Pratap Arun 
9 
Pratap Rudra 
358 
Pundhir V K 
434 
Purkayastha^{ }P 
624 
Qiang Xu 
273 
Quadri Munazah 
767 
Quamara J K 
563,910 
Qureshi Anjum 
57,127 
Radhakrishnan S 
321 
Radjakumar G 
663 
Rahman
A 
687 
Rahman M 
674 
Rais A 
987 
Rajagopalan
M 
75 
Rajagopalan S 
131^{} 
Rajamoorthy M 
969 
Rajasekar S A 
524 
Rakesh K 
654 
Rakshit A K 
57,127 
Rama Rao G V 
135^{} 
Ramamurthy P 
131 
Ramanamurthy P V M 
278 
Rambabu C 
135 
Ramgopal Rao V 
287 
795 

Ranganathan R 
810 
Rangra V S 
759 
Ranjini K 
965 
Rao A Veerabhadra 
926 
Rao Kasi Vishweswara 
437 
Rao P R S 
311 
Rao S P Mallikarjun 
900 
Rao V J 
9 
Rashmi 
395 
Rauthan C M S 
377 
Rawat J S B S 
906 
Ray D K 
692 
Ray M 
151 
Reddy B Sudhakar 
496 
Reddy K Jagadeswara 
204 
Reddy M Srinivasa 
243,926 
Reddy P Narasimha 
204 
Reddy P V 
764^{} 
Reddy P Yadagiri 
243 
Reddy S Venkatramana 
204 
Reddy V R 
16,31,231 
Rehani B R 
9 
Rotich
S 
991 
Rout S K 
749 
Roy G S 
151 
Sagayaraj P 
524,591 
Sahoo S 
529 
Saini
Sapan Mohan 
66,69 
Sakwa
T W 
991 
Samanta S B 
395 
Samuel E P 
238 
Sandhu B S 
111 
Sandhya Sri P B 
135^{} 
Sanyal Sankar P 
37,75,459 
Sarma^{ }B K 
624 
Sarma R 
624 
Sarma Viswanatha A 
135^{} 
Sarmah^{ }P C^{} 
687 
Sathiaraj T S 
613 
Saxena
Aditya 
173 
Saxena R 
609 
Sebastian Varkey 
816,826,839 
Sekar R 
666 
Semalty P D 
658 
Semwal B S 
609 
Sen (Datta) Ishita 
637 
Shah N A 
767 
Shah S S 
764 
Shahi K 
44 
Shao
Chenren 
282 
Sharma Akshdeep 
321 
Sharma Anita 
127 
Sharma
Arvind 
189 
Sharma
Arvind 
189 
Sharma D R 
759 
Sharma Dhani Ram 
163 
880^{} 

Sharma M P 
842 
Sharma N D 
231,549 
Sharma N K 
663 
Sharma P U 
596,764 
Sharma Preeti 
326,387 
Sharma R K 
395,846 
Sharma Ram Kripal 
830 
Sharma S K 
16^{} 
Sharma Vimal 
163 
Sharma Y K 
846 
Shekhar Chandra 
332 
Shrinet V 
127 
Shukla A 
745 
Shukla D K 
52 
Shukla R 
83 
Shukla R K 
726 
Silotia
Poonam 
173 
Singh Ajay Kumar^{} 
168 
Singh B P 
721^{} 
Singh Bhajan 
111 
Singh F 
57 
Singh Gurvinderjit 
111 
Singh Ishwar 
679 
Singh J 
950 
Singh K 
609 
Singh M 
16,893,987^{} 
Singh Manjeet 
517 
Singh Manpreet 
111 
Singh N L 
57,127 
Singh
Nirpendra 
66,69 
Singh Nitin P 
27 
Singh Pankaj K 
609 
Singh Pawan 
950 
Singh R A 
569 
Singh R J 
454 
Singh Rangra Vir 
163 
Singh Ravindra 
326 
Singh Syamendra Pratap 
79 
Singh
V B 
714 
Singhal Sonal 
821 
Sinha M M 
72 
Sinha T P 
692 
Sit S K 
529 
Sivagurunathan P 
754^{} 
Sivakumar K 
311 
Soliman
S L 
441 
Solunke M B 
764 
Somani Keyur 
57 
Soni S N 
119 
Sonkawade R G 
880 
Sood Jyoti 
738^{} 
Sood K N 
395 
Sreenivasulu A 
741 
Sridharbabu Y 
910 
Srivastava A K 
395 
Srivastava
Alka 
714 
Srivastava Bipin K 
816,842 
Srivastava Kirti 
726 
Srivastava
Vipul 
75 
Suman 
231,549,945 
Sundaraganesan N 
969 
Sushil K 
721 
Sutar Dayanand 
354 
Suthar S R 
48 
Suwalka Om Prakash 
830,839 
Taher A El 
198 
Taneja S P 
231 
Tanna A R 
596 
Tewari S P 
738 
Tewari Shri
Prakash 
173 
Thakor P B 
509 
Thakur Nagesh 
163,759 
Thakur S N 
569 
Thomas Preema C 
524,591 
Tiwari J P 
44 
Tiwari R P 
569 
Tiwari S N 
83 
Torongey
P K 
991 
Tripathi B 
987^{} 
Trivedi U N 
596 
Uniyal M 
609 
Upadhyay S B 
880^{} 
Upadhyay Trilok Chandra 
157 
Upadhyaya K S 
79 
Vaidyanathan G 
666 
Vasoya N H 
596 
Veeraiah N 
243,926 
Velraj G 
501 
Venugopalan K 
783,830,839 
Verma H C 
800,851 
Verma P 
906 
Verma
R C 
189 
Vijay
Y K 
987^{} 
Vimalan M 
524 
Vinoth Kumar V 
311 
Vyas
P R 
93 
Wei Tianjie 
294 
Wu Ying 
282,368 
Xiao Mingfei 
282,368 
Xie Bin 
294 
Xiong Jijun 
294 
Xue Chenyang 
294 
Yadav B S 
979^{} 
Yadav M S 
406 
Yadav Preeti 
979 
Yadav
Shilpi 
726 
Yakhmi J V 
354 
Yang Xing 
282,368 
Yanying
Feng 
273 
Yao Yagang 
368 
Yingpeng Li 
372 
Yousif
Ali 
856 
Zankat
K B 
764 
Zhang Jin 
368 
Zhang Wendong 
294 
Zhang Ying Ying 
368 
Zhaoying
Zhou 
273 
Zheng You 
372 
Zhou Zhaoying 
282,368 
Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol. 45, December 2007, pp. 10051010
Annual Keyword Index
1butanol 
580 

^{24}MgAgBr
interaction 
637 

2chloro5aminopyridine 
969 

2hydroxy5methyl3nitro pyridine 
979 

^{57}Fe 
795 

abinitio 
714,969 

Abinitio calculation 
75 

Acoustic
emission 
900 

Activation 
425 

Activation
energy 
168,624,687 

Adiabatic
compressibility 
726,984 

Adrenaline 
884 

Aerosol 
821 

Affinity cantilever sensors 
287 

AFM 
57 

Alcohols 
754 

Aldehydes 
221 

Alkali halides 
256 

Alkanols 
210 

Alkyl
methacrylate 
754 

Allan deviation 
945 

Alloys 
89 

Alpha tracks 
116,877 

Analog
signal processing 
767 

Analog to digital converter 
204 

Analogs of LAP 
591 

Analytical instrumentation 
345 

Anisotropic 
991 

Anisotropy 
83,805 

Antiferroelectric 
157 

Aqueous propylene glycol 
210 

Archaeological artifacts 
501 

Archaeological
potteries 
860 

Attenuation 
198 

Authenticity verification 
429 

Azimuthal
asymmetry 
959 

B_{4}C
thin film 
131 

Ballmilling 
839 

Band gap 
238 

Band
structure 
75 

Barium
titanate 
738 

BaTiO_{3}BaZrO_{3} 
749 

Benzene 
580 

Binary liquid mixtures 
580 

Binary
mixtures 
135,163,759 

Biosensor 
345 

Bipolaron 
692 

Birefringence 
618 

Borophosphate oxyfluoride glasses 
496 

BoseEinstein condensate 
173 

Bremsstrahlung
spectra 
965 

Bulk micromachining 
317 

Bulk
modulus 
256,721 

Calcium
tartrate 
48 

Cantilever beams 
377 

Carbon nanotube 
282,368 

Cardiac problems 
287 

Cathode 
906 

Cation 
714 

CdO 
75 

CdS thin films 
624 

CdS/CdTe solar cell 
226 

Ceramic technique 
549 

Ceramics 
609 

Cesium atomic clock 
945 

Characterization 
524 

Charge transfer complexes 
221 

Charmed baryons 
189 

Chemical mechanical
polish 
403 

Chemical sensor 
345 

Chemical vapour deposition 
368,400 

Chemical vapour transport 
514 

Chirp
encoding 
647 

Chloroaluminium
phthalocyanine 
40 

Clay minerals 
501 

CMR 
37 

CNDO 
83 

Co
nanoparticles 
21 

Co_{0.2}Zn_{0.8}Fe_{2}O_{4}
ferrite 
810 

Cobalt
(III) complexes 
151 

Cobalt
ferrites 
821 

Composite films 
609 

Composite polymer 
321 

Compound
multiplicity 
959 

Compton
scattered events 
111 

Computer simulations 
609 

Conducting polymer 
321 

Coplanar waveguide 
387 

Copolymer 
984 

Cosputtering of Cu and Al 
609 

Coulomb
interactions 
679 

Coulomb screening 
459 

Crystallite size 
406 

Cu/SiO_{2
}matrix 
21 

Cu_{2}S/CdS heterojunction 
465 

CuFealloy 
851 

Current
differencing transconductance amplifier 
767 

Currentmode
filters 
767 

Cylindrical
waveguide 
900 

Data acquisition system 
204 

dc Conductivity 
52 

dc Magnetization 
31 

DebyeSherrer’s
formula 
16 

Density 
663 

DFT 
969 

DFT
calculations 
714 

Diamond
anvil cell 
790 

Diatomic
solids 
721 

Dielectric
constants 
157,609,674 

Dielectric films 
326 

Dielectric permittivity 
476 

Dielectric properties 
52,57,243 

Dielectric
relaxation 
163,754,759 

Dielectric
response 
738 

Dielectric
study 
48 

Dielectrics 
749 

Differential scanning calorimetry 
127,591 

Dilute
alloys 
658 

Diluted
magnetic semiconductor 
96 

Dipole moment 
529 

Discontinuity models 
336 

Disordered
alloy 
783 

Dispersion
relation 
27 

Dopamine 
884 

Doping 
517 

Doping
single crystal 
48 

Dosimeter 
545 

Doublebarrier microstructure 
294 

Dyes 
545 

ECR
ion source 
965 

EDAX 
514 

Elastic
properties 
764 

Electric
field gradient 
950 

Electrical
conduction 
910 

Electrical conductivity 
609 

Electrical
properties 
40,618,687 

Electrical
resistivity 
89 

Electroactive polymer polypyrrole 
354 

Electrochemical actuator 
354 

Electrochemical deposition 
226 

Electrochemical polymerization 
354 

Electron
Cyclotron Resonance Ion Sources 
965 

Electron
injection 
663 

Electron paramagnetic resonance 
454 

Electronic nose 
321 

Electronic spectrum 
569 

Electrooptical payloads 
437 

Electrothermal simulation 
332 

Emeraldinesalt 
692 

Equations
of state 
93,256,654,721 

Etching 
116,877 

Ethanol 
163 

Eu^{3+} ions 
496 

Eutectic
silumin alloy 
733 

Fast
ionic conductors 
44 

Fe_{1y}CrySb_{2}
alloys 
846 

Fe57
Mössbauer spectroscopy 
830,839 

FePt
nanoparticles 
805 

Ferrite
nanoparticles 
16 

Ferrites 
596,795,856 

Ferrofluids 
406,666 

Finiteelement method 
387 

Firing
temperature 
860 

Fluctuations 
419 

Force sensors 
382 

Forceconstant
change 
658 

Free
volume 
709 

FT
Raman spectra 
884 

FTIR 
127,714,860,884,979 

FTIR absorption 
501 

FTIR
analysis 
738 

FTIR
spectra 
969 

FTIR spectroscopy 
563 

FTRaman
spectra 
969 

Fusion technology 
425 

Gas sensor 
332 

Gel
growth 
48 

372 

Gibb’s free energy 
573 

Glass 
52 

Goethite 
795 

Grain
size 
749 

Green’s
function 
658 

Growth from solution 
524,591 

Grüneisen
parameter 
93 

Half value layer 
198 

Halfmetals 
783 

Heat
exchanger unit 
745 

Heusler
alloys 
783 

hf conductivity 
529 

High
current density 
906 

High energy heavy ion irradiation 
563 

High precision
accelerometers 
299 

High
pressure 
75 

Highpressure
Mössbauer spectroscopy 
790 

Highresolution Xray diffraction 
382 

Hubbard
chain 
679 

Hybrid
digitaloptical correlator 
647 

Hydrogen 
950 

Hydrometallurgy 
795 

IAEA 
491 

IIIV semiconductors 
517 

Ilumination 
465 

Indoor radon 
116 

Induced condensed plasma 
48 

Infrared detectors 
304 

Infrared spectroscopy 
596 

Inhalation
dose 
880 

Inhalation drug therapy 
273 

Inner
transition metal ions 
143 

InSb 
987 

Interatomic distance 
509 

Intermediate rock 
198 

Intermetallic
compound 
72 

Intramolecular
interactions 
151 

Ion
beam modification 
57,709 

Ionisation
ceoss sections 
641 

Ironnickel
nitride 
834 

Irradiation 
545 

ISFET 
345 

Isothermal 
726 

Isothermal
magnetization hysteresis 
31 

Isotope
enrichment 
131 

Jet like events 
419 

Jonscher
power law 
44 

KaptonH polyimide 
563 

Knight
shift 
950 

Lb_{1} satellites 
119 

La_{0.88}Ca_{0.12}MnO_{3} 
37 

Larginine perchlorate 
524 

Laser Raman spectra 
979 

Lasers 
238 

Lattice
dynamics 
72 

Lattice
specific heat 
658 

Lattice
thermal conductivity 
27 

Li_{2}OMgOB_{2}O_{3}
glasses 
243 

Liion irradiation 
127 

Linear
stability 
666 

Liquid
crystals 
83,674,910 

Liquid metals 
434 

Liquid mixtures 
210 

Lithium ferrite 
596 

Lithium
niobate 
738 

Li_{x}Fe_{3x}O_{4} 
816 

Localized
modes 
658 

Loss and relaxation time 
476 

Loss tangent 
609 

Lower averaging time 
945 

LPG 
880 

M vacancy Lb_{1} transitions 
119 

MACH
filter 
647 

Magnetic
field 
517,893 

Magnetic
hyperfine interactions 
783 

Magnetic
properties 
21,231,856 

Magnetic trap 
173 

Magnetite 
795 

Magnetization 
549,842 

Magnetocrystalline
anisotropy constant 
21 

MakrofolN
polycarbonate film 
709 

Manganites 
454 

Material performance indices 
358 

Matlab 
204 

Meanfield
potential 
93 

Mechanicallymilled 
44 

Mechanochemical
synthesis 
9 

Melting temperature 
256 

MEMS 
299,304,400,406 

MEMS devices 
358 

MEMS gyroscope 
358 

MEMS microstructures 
326 

MEMS shunt switch 
387 

MEMS ultrasound transducer 
358 

Mesogen 
83 

Metal
ferricarboxylates 
795 

Metalinsulator
transition 
37 

Metallic electrodes 
368 

Methanol 
135 

Mg_{0.95}Mn_{0.05}Fe_{2}O_{4} 
16,31 

Micro bulk defect 
372 

Micro/nano combined
device 
282 

Microcontroller 
204 

Microhardness 
57,591 

Microhotplate 
332 

Microjet 
273 

Micromachined CBCPW
line 
336 

Micromachining 
382 

Microreactor 
278 

Microstructural analysis 
514 

Microsystem 
345 

Microvalve 
406 

Microwave
absorption 
163 

Microwave
absorption studies 
759 

Microwave heating 
454 

Microwave
power 
965 

Millimeter waves 
336 

Molarity 
143 

Molecular interactions 
210 

Molecular
ordering 
83 

Molecular polarizability 
618 

Monolith nanostructure silica gel 
441 

MOSFET amplifier integration with sensor 
311 

Mössbauer absorption spectra 
231 

Mössbauer
parameters 
790 

Mössbauer
spectra 
805,826,834 

Mössbauer
spectral studies 
821 

Mössbauer
spectroscopy 
549,783,795,810,846,856,860 

Mössbauer
spectrum 
851 

Mössbauer
studies 
816,842,851 

Multicentredmultipole 
83 

Multiferroic
behaviour 
31 

Multilayer stack 
920 

Multiparticle
production 
637 

Muonium 
950 

N,
Ndimethylformamide 
163 

Nano
scale voids 
709 

Nano
size aluminium 
821 

Nanocomposite
powders 
9 

Nanocomposites 
692 

Nanocrystalline
state 
842 

Nanoparticle 
816,826,830,834 

Nanoparticle
magnetism 
810 

Nanostructured ZnO thin films 
395 

Naphthalene 
714 

National image interpretability rating scale 
437 

Nearinfrared laser 
372 

Nematic 
83 

Neutron generator 
425 

Neutronics model 
491 

Ni_{3x}Cu_{x}Fe
alloys 
842 

Nitrides 
238 

NMR 
168 

Nondestructive detection 
372 

Nonlinear 
524 

Nonlinear
absorption 
893 

Nonlinear optical 
591 

Nonthermal phase transition 
419 

Normal
coordinate analysis 
884 

Nuclear research reactor 
491 

Offplace
cooking 
745 

Optical absorption 
243 

Optical absorption spectra 
514 

Optical analysis 
496 

Optical
band gap 
514,987 

Optical crystal 
524 

Optical
properties 
66,69 

Optical security 
429 

Optical studies 
618 

Optical thickness monitoring 
920 

Pair distribution function 
509 

Parabolic
cooker 
745 

Paramagnetism 
846 

Particle
density fluctuation 
637 

Pattern
recognition 
900 

Payload performance evaluation 
437 

Payload resolution 
437 

Perfect convex corner 
326 

Perovskite 
749 

Perturbation 
83 

Phase
transition 
459,790 

Phonon
dispersion 
79 

Phonons 
27 

Phonons
interaction 
96 

Phonons
spectra 
72 

Photoconductivity 
624 

Photovoltaic characteristics 
465 

Piezoelectric films 
326 

Piezoelectric microvalve 
278 

Piezoelectric transducer 
273 

Piezoelectricity 
517 

Piezoresistance 
282 

Piezoresistor 
294 

Piezoresitive pressure sensor 
311 

Plasma 
906,965 

Plasma
enhanced vapour deposition 
906 

Plastic 
545 

Pnictides 
459 

Point
contact 
663 

Polar
IIIV semiconductors 
893 

Polarization 
674 

Polaron 
692 

Polaronic
hopping models 
52 

Polyaniline 
692 

Polymer 
910 

Polymer blends 
127 

Polymer
composites 
57 

Polymer gas sensor 
321 

Polymethylmethacrylate films 
618 

Polysilicon thin films 
400 

Polyvinyl alcohol 
545 

Polyvinyl
chloride 
57 

Polyvinyl
pyrrolidone 
692 

Porous
medium 
666 

Positron
annihilation lifetime 
709 

Potential
energy distribution 
884 

Primary amines 
221 

Pristine 
910 

Progeny 
880 

Protons 
637 

Pseudopotential 
89,509 

Pseudospinphonon
interaction 
157 

Pulsed
laser deposition 
62,131 

PVT
relationship 
721 

Pyridine 
135 

Quadrupole
field distribution 
839 

Quadrupole
splitting 
851 

Quantum
MonteCarlo simulation 
679 

Quarterwave 
920 

Quartz 
299 

Radon 
877,880 

Raman shifts 
501 

Raman
spectra 
714 

Rapid
thermal annealed 
987 

Rare
earth compound 
66,69 

Rare earth element 
441 

Reaction crosssection 
425 

Reactive
milling 
9 

Recombination coefficient 
238 

Reflectivity 
66,69 

Reflector 
491 

Reflectrometry 
476 

Refraction 
893 

Refractive index 
238,920 

Relativistic
nucleusnucleus collisions 
959 

Relaxation time 
529 

Resistivity 
950 

Resonance
modes 
658 

Resonant tunneling 
294 

RF MEMS 
336,387 

RF sputtering 
326,377 

Rigid
ion model 
79 

Rigid
shell model 
79 

Ring like events 
419 

Sacrificial layers technology 
317 

Sandwich
devices 
40 

Saturation
thickness 
111 

Scanning electron microscopy 
395 

Scattering 
372 

Schlieren techniques 
429 

Schottky
barrier 
687 

Security hologram 
429 

Selfaffinity 
419 

Selfassembly 
805 

Selfsimilarity 
419 

Semiconducting
oxide glass 
52 

Semiconducting
oxide thin films 
62 

Semiconductive material 
372 

Semiconductors 
738 

Semiinsulating gallium arsenide 
382 

Sensitivity 
491 

Sensitivity, Selectivity 
321 

Sensor array 
321 

Sensors 
287 

Side scattering 
198 

Signaltonoise
ratio 
111 

Silicon 
299 

Silicon dioxide 
377 

Silicon fusion bonding 
311 

Silicon micromachining 
304 

Silicon on insulator 
311 

Siliconbased MEMS 
317 

Siliconbased MEMS fabrication technology 
317 

Silverzinc
oxide composites 
9 

Single walled carbon nanotubes 
368 

Solar absorptance 
609 

Solar
energy 
745 

Solgel 
395 

Solid State Nuclear Track detector 
116,877 

Solutesolute interaction 
529 

Solvation
number 
143 

Soret
effect 
666 

Space charge limited current 
465 

Specific acoustic impedance 
573 

Specific
heat 
991 

Spectral response 
465 

Spherical
insulator 
663 

Spherical
solid model 
950 

Spin
canting 
834 

Spinel
ferrites 
816,826 

Spinel
structure 
16 

Spinlattice
relaxation time 
168 

Stability constant 
221 

Stimulated Brillouin scattering 
517 

Stimulated
Raman scattering 
893 

Stress measurement 
377 

Strontium 
93 

Structural
phase transformation 
75 

Structural properties 
231,549 

Structure factor 
509 

Super linearity 
624 

Superconductors 
764,991 

Superlattice 
294 

Superparamagnetism 
805,830,834 

Symmetric trifluorobenzene 
569 

Taylor number 
666 

Tb^{3+} ions 
496 

Ternary
liquid system 
726 

Tetragonal phase 
459 

Thermal analysis 
524 

Thermal
expansivity 
654 

Thermal
pressure 
654 

Thermoacoustic parameters 
580 

Thermoacoustic
studies 
151 

Thermoelastic damping 
358 

Thermogravimetric analysis 
127 

Thermoluminscence 
243 

Thin films 
40,62,226,400,441,465,749,920,987 

Thoron 
880 

Threebody interaction 
173 




Threshold
region 
641 

Time domain 
476 

Time
domain reflectometry 
754 

TiN 
79 

Toluene 
580 

Transmission electron microscopy 
395 

Transmittance 
920 

Transport properties 
434 

Tribology 
403 

Turning points 
920 

Two
liquid state model 
726 

Two phases flow 
403 

Ultrarelativistic nucleusnucleus collisions 
419 

Ultrasonic 
733 

Ultrasonic attenuation 
434 

Ultrasonic method 
221 

Ultrasonic
pulse transmission technique 
764 

Ultrasonic relaxation 
434 

Ultrasonic
velocity 
135,143,151,210,573,984 

Ultrasonics 
143 

Uncooled IR detectors 
304 

V_{2}O_{5}Bi_{2}O_{3}ZnO 
52 

Vibrational
analysis 
969 

Vibrational mode frequencies 
714 

Vibronic perturbations 
569 

Viscosity 
573,733,984 

Weak hadronic decays 
189 

Wear 
403 

Xray
diffraction 
31,231,514,524,596,738,795,846,987 

Xray emission spectra 
119 

Xray
production 
641 

XRD 
395 

YBa_{2}Cu_{3}0_{7}_{d} 
991 

Zinc ferrite aluminates 
231,549 

ZnO films 
395 

Zone
center phonons 
72 

ZrSe_{3} single crystal 
514 
