Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Physics
Volume 46 
Number 12 
DECEMBER 2008 

CODEN : IJOPAU 46 (12) 819910 
ISSN : 00195596 

Atomic and Molecular Physics 

Spectral and thermal analysis of Sm^{3+} and Dy^{3+} : B_{2}O_{3} BaOLiF/AlF_{3} glasses 
825 


Spectral investigation and normal coordinate analysis of piperazine 
833 


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

Ultrasonic
velocity and viscocity studies of tramacip and parvodex in binary
mixtures of 
839 


Design parameters of hybrid correlator 
844 
Vinod K Beri, Naveen K Nishchal^{*}, Arun K Gupta & V K Rastogi 

Molecular interaction study of two aliphatic alcohols with cyclohexane 
852 


Condensed Matter: Structural, Mechanical and Thermal
Properties 

Solid ^{4}He under high pressure 
857 


Effective thermal diffusivity of perishable produce as a function of temperature by transient method 
862 


Microstructural studies of nanocrystalline thin films of V_{2} O_{5}–MoO_{3} using Xray diffraction, optical absorption and laser micro Raman spectroscopy 
866 


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

Ground state properties of two dimensional quantumdot helium in magnetic field 
876 


Characterization
of bioactivity in transition metal dopedborosilicate glasses by infrared
reflection 
880 


Study of filamentary behaviour in coaxial dielectric barrier discharge lamp 
889 
Hasina Khatun* , Alok Mishra, Mahesh Kumar, Udit N Pal, A K Sharma & P K Barhai 

Interdisciplinary Physics and Related Areas of Science and Technology 

High output impedance currentmode allpass inverse filter using CDTA 
893 


Annual Author Index 
901 
Annual Keyword Index 
905 
__________


*The corresponding author has been indicated by (*) mark in case of
papers with more than one author 

Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol. 46, December 2008, pp. 825832
Spectral and thermal analysis of Sm^{3+} and Dy^{3+}: B_{2}O_{3}BaOLiF/AlF_{3} glasses
B H Rudramadevi* &
Department of
Physics,
*Email: bh.rudramadevi@gmail.com
Received 9 May 2008; revised 22 September 2008; accepted 10 October 2008
Optical and thermal properties of Sm^{3+} and Dy^{3+}: B_{2}O_{3}BaOLiF/AlF_{3} glasses have been studied. These optical materials have been characterized from the measurement of their XRD, FTIR, absorption, excitation, emission spectra and DTATG profiles. From the recorded photoluminescence spectra of samarium (Sm^{3+}) glasses, four emission transitions; ^{4}G_{5/2} ® ^{6}H_{5/2 }(565 nm), ^{4}G_{5/2} ® ^{6}H_{7/2} (601 nm), ^{4}G_{5/2} ® ^{6}H_{9/2 }(648 nm) and ^{4}G_{5/2} ® ^{6}H_{11/2} (710 nm) with l_{exci} = 401 nm (^{6}H_{5/2} ® ^{4}F_{7/2}) have been observed. In the case of dysprosium (Dy^{3+}) glasses, three emission transitions; ^{4}F_{9/2} ® ^{6}H_{15/2} (485 nm), ^{4}F_{9/2} ® ^{6}H_{13/2} (578 nm) and ^{4}F_{9/2} ® ^{6}H_{11/2} (667 nm) with l_{exci} = 448 nm (^{6}H_{15/2} ® ^{4}I_{15/2}) have been observed. For the prominent emissions only, the decay curves have been recorded in order to evaluate their lifetimes. The materials nature, structural trends and thermal properties have also been analyzed through the measurement of their XRD, FTIR and TGDTA profiles.
Keywords: RE^{3+} glasses,
Spectral analysis, Thermal analysis
Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol.
46, December 2008, pp. 833838
Spectral investigation and normal coordinate analysis of piperazine
Spectrophysics Research Laboratory, Pachaiyappa’s College, Chennai 600 030
Email: anitabharathan@yahoo.com
Received 30 July 2007; revised 29 August 2008; accepted 3 October 2008
Piperazine is a secondary amine with the molecular formula C_{4}N_{2}H_{12}.
A normal coordinate analysis (NCA) has been carried out on this molecule with a
systematic set of symmetry coordinates following
Keywords: FTIR, FTR spectra,
Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol.
46, December 2008, pp. 839843
Ultrasonic velocity and viscosity studies of tramacip and parvodex in
binary mixtures of alcohol + water
Poonam Sharma*, S Chauhan, M
Department of Chemistry,
*Email : drpoonamsharma@rediffmail.com
Received 23 May 2008; accepted 10 October 2008
The viscosity and ultrasound velocity of narcotic analgesic drugs in aqueous mixtures of methanol, ethanol and 1 propanol have been studied.. Various acoustical parameters have been obtained which include viscous relaxation time (Γ), free volume (V_{f}), internal pressure (p_{i}) and molar cohesive energy (MCE). The dependence of these properties on solvent composition is found to originate from hydrophobic hydration phenomenon.
Keywords: Methanol, Ethanol,
1Propanol, Drug, Density, Viscosity, Ultrasonic velocity
Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol.
46, December 2008, pp. 844851
Design parameters of hybrid correlator
Vinod K Beri^{1}, Naveen K Nishchal^{2}, Arun K Gupta^{3} & V K Rastogi^{4}
^{1,3}Photonics
Division, Instruments Research & Development Establishment, Dehradun
^{2}Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Guwahati
^{4}Department
of Physics,
^{2}Email: nknishchal@iitg.ernet.in
Received 23 May 2008; accepted 8 October 2008
In this paper, the design issues of a hybrid correlator are discussed. The architecture of the hybrid correlator is similar to the conventional 4f correlator, with a difference that the first Fourier transformation, filter synthesis and their multiplication are done digitally using a digital signalprocessing unit. The input to the correlator is the scene/target captured either through a CCD camera or thermal imager. Waveletmodified maximum average correlation height filter is used for catering the need of inplane rotation, outofplane rotation and scale invariant target recognition. The product function is displayed over a highspeed spatial light modulator, which when illuminated with a laser light results correlation outputs due to optical Fourier transformation. A chirp function is employed with the filters that helps to capture the desired autocorrelation peak discarding the dc and one of the undesired autocorrelation peaks. The spacebandwidth of the processor and focal length of the required lens are discussed. The requirement of zero padding of the product function is also discussed. Simulation and experimental results are presented.
Keywords: Optical correlator, Spatial light modulator, Wavelet function, Logpolar transform, Chirp function
Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol.
46, December 2008, pp. 852856
Molecular
interaction study of two aliphatic alcohols with cyclohexane
R Thiyagarajan & L Palaniappan*
Department of Physics,
*
Email: lp_dde_au@yahoo.com
Received 11
July 2007, revised 24 September 2008; accepted 8 October 2008
Sound velocity, density and viscosity values have been measured at 303 K in the two binary systems of cyclohexane + ethanol, 1propanol. From these data, acoustical parameters such as adiabatic compressibility, free length, free volume and internal pressure have been estimated using the standard relations. The results are interpreted in terms of molecular interaction between the components of the mixtures. Observed excess value in all the mixture indicates that the molecular symmetry existing in the system is highly disturbed by the polar alcohol molecules and dispersive type interactions are existing in the systems.
Keywords: Ultrasonic velocity, Acoustic
parameters, Dipolar and dispersive interactions
Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol.
46, December 2008, pp. 857861
Solid ^{4}He under high pressure
K M Khanna^{1}, T W Sakwa^{2},
L
Received 13 November 2007; accepted 30 September 2008
Under very high
pressure, pockets of vacuum may be created around super solid ^{4}He
crystals.
Keywords: Supersolid,
Superfluid, Bose Einstein condensation
Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol.
46, December 2008, pp. 862865
Effective thermal diffusivity of perishable produce as a
function of temperature
by transient method
D K Singhal, Usha Singh & A K Singh*
Department of
Physics,
*
Email:gangwarus@yahoo.com
Received 28 March 2008; revised 25 September 2008
Effective thermal diffusivity of
vegetables/fruits has been determined in the temperature range 0 – 45°C. The thermal diffusivity is measured by a transient technique
using temperature probes (thermocouples) inserted in the sample at a distance
of
Keywords: Effective thermal
diffusivity, Transient technique, Vegetables, Fruits, Temperature
Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol.
46, December 2008, pp. 866875
Microstructural studies of nanocrystalline thin films of V_{2}O_{5}MoO_{3}
using Xray diffraction, optical absorption and laser micro Raman spectroscopy
B
Regional Research Laboratory, Bhubaneswar75101
Email : bsacharya @ gmail.com
Received 5 July 2007; revised 16 September 2008; accepted 10 October 2008
Compound thin and thick films of V_{2}O_{5}MoO_{3} system deposited on plane glass and conducting glass by electron beam and vacuum deposition have been studied by Xray diffraction, optical absorption, high temperature insitu Xray diffraction and laser micro Raman spectroscopy. The films were also subjected to hydrogen insertion through plasma technique. The band gaps of these films were found to lie in the range 2.262.84 eV and the variation in the band gaps of these compound thin films does not follow a linear relationship with the composition. This nonlinear variation of the band gap has been explained on the basis of pseudo potential approach advocated by Philips and bond order length strength (BOLS) effect in nano crystalline semiconducting thin films. The interference pattern obtained in the transmission spectra has been utilized to calculate the film thickness which agrees well with that of the value obtained by weight difference method. Laser micro Raman spectra were studied for the films. Several bands observed for these thin films have been explained on the basis of different bending, stretching and lattice phonon vibration modes occurring in the films.
Keywords: Synthesis and characterization, Xray diffraction, Vanadium oxide, Molybdenum oxide, Optical properties, Micro Raman spectra
Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol.
46, December 2008, pp. 876879
Ground state properties of two dimensional quantumdot helium in magnetic field
Mohammad K Elsaid* , Mohammad A ALNaafa & Salah A Zugail
Department of Physics, College of Sciences, University of Hail, P.O.Box 2440 , Hail,Hail, Saudi Arabia
*Email:mkelsaid@uoh.edu.sa
Received 4 October 2007; revised 10 June 2008; accepted 3 October 2008
The groundstate properties of twodimensional quantumdot helium have been studied. The shifted 1/N expansion method has been used to solve the relative part Hamiltonian of two electrons confined in a quantum in the presence of an applied uniform magnetic field. The spin singlettriplet transition in the ground state of the QDhelium is also shown. Based on comparisons, the eigen energies obtained by the shifted method are in excellent agreement with both exact and variational methods.
Keywords: Quantum dot helium , Magnetic field , 1/N Expansion , Spin singlettriplet transitions
Vol. 46, December
2008, pp. 880888
Characterization of bioactivity in transition metal dopedborosilicate glasses by infrared reflection and dielectric studies
M A Azooz^{ a}, T H M Abou Aiad^{ b}, F H ElBatal^{ a} & G ElTabii^{ c}
^{a}Glass Research Department,
National research Center, Dokki,
^{b}Microwave Physics and
Dielectrics Department,
^{c}Biomaterials Department,
Received 3 September 2007; revised 1 July 2008; accepted 6 August 2008
Borosilicate glasses with the addition of one of the 3dtransition metals (TiàCu) (0.1 g/100g glass) have been investigated as possible materials having bioactivity by infrared reflection spectroscopy and electrical properties after the immersion in simulated body fluid (SPF) for different interval of times. The results show obvious effects of the transition metal ions on the bioactivity of the borosilicate glasses. The results are discussed taking into consideration recent achievements that govern the formation of hydroxyapatite surface layer on glass. Also, IR and electrical results are discussed in relation to the glass composition and structure, which confirm the effect of the formation of HAp layer and the possible mixed ionic and electronic mechanisms due to the addition of transition metal oxides.
Keywords: Bioactivity, Borosilicate glass,
Transition metals, Infrared reflection, Dielectric property
Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol. 46, December
2008, pp. 889892
Study of filamentary behaviour in
coaxial dielectric
barrier discharge lamp
Hasina Khatun, Alok Mishra, Mahesh Kumar, Udit N Pal, A K Sharma & P K Barhai^{*}
Plasma Devices Technology Lab, ETA, CEERI Pilani, Rajasthan
*Applied Physics Department, BIT Mesra,
Received 3 December 2007; accepted 30 September 2008
In this study, filamentary discharges have been investigated at 1.5 mm dielectricdielectric electrode gap of a coaxial dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) quartz tube filled with nitrogen gas. Different types of discharge patterns have been established in the tube using alternating field (3545 kHz). Electrical characteristics of the discharge have been investigated, which mainly depend on gas pressure, applied frequency and voltage amplitude. The on set of the discharge current occurs earlier at higher operating voltage due to the increased value of E/n, where E is the electric field and n is the neutral gas density. The observed phenomenon occurs due to increase in rate of voltage rise time. At higher voltage, increase in net current increases the chances of electron impact. Analysis of the voltage versus charge plot (lissajous figure) supports the theory of capacitances of a double barrier discharge. The energy consumed per cycle of the DBD source measured using lissajous figure is few milli joules. Energy consumption per cycle is the key parameter for evaluating the efficiency of the device.
Keywords: Dielectric barrier discharge, Filamentary discharge
Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics
Vol. 46, December 2008, pp.
893896
High output impedance currentmode allpass inverse filter using CDTA
N A Shah^{†}, Munazah Quadri^{†} & S Z Iqbal*
^{†}Department of
Electronics & Instrumentation Technology,
*Department of
Physics, S P College, M
Email: ku_munazah@yahoo.co.in
Received 11 July 2007; revised 24 June 2008; accepted 8 October 2008
A novel currentmode (CM) firstorder allpass (AP) inverse filter has been presented. The proposed circuit has two inputs and a single output with both the inputs providing the firstorder allpass inverse responses independently. The circuit employs bare minimum number of both active and passive components, viz. one each of CDTA, capacitor and resistor. The output current is available at high impedance thereby making the circuit very attractive from the viewpoint of cascadibility. The realizibility condition is simple. The theoretical results are verified by PSPICE simulation.
Keywords: Allpass inverse filters, Current differencing transconductance amplifier, Currentmode circuits, High output impedance
Annual Keyword Index
1hexanol 
20 

abinitio calculations 
375 

Absorbance 
806 

Absorption spectra 
47,321 

Acceptor 
702 

Acoustic parameters 
852 

Acoustic waves 
761 

Acrylic esters 
54 

Activation energy_{} 
118,127,427,797 

Activation energy of crystallization 
390 

Adatomphonon 
651 

Additive white Gaussian noise 
65 

Adiabatic compressibility 
251 

Alloys 
204 

Allpass inverse filter 
893 

Analog circuits 
355 

Analog signal processing 
283 

Anatase 
706 

Anharmonicity 
580 

Anisotropy 
111 

Antenna array 
593 

Arrested precipitation 
47 

Atomic hydrogen 
245 

Attenuation 
215 

Avrami exponent 
390 

Band gap 
806 

Ba_{x}Sr_{1X}TiO_{3} perovskites 
276 

Benzene 
212 

BertrandAcreeBruchfield theory 
629 

Binary mixtures 
169 

Binding energy 
588 

Bioactivity 
880 

BNC films 
776 

Borate glasses 
382 

Born Approximation 
761 

Borosilicate glass 
239,880 

BoseEinstein condensation 
857 

Bottom mesons 
306 

Bulk heterojunction 
588 

Bulk modulus 
431,443 

Butyl methacrylate 
20 

Cadmium sulphide 
339,561 

Calcination temperature 
47 

Calcium oxide 
561 

Carbon nanotube 
378,651 

Cathodic polarization 
198 

Cavity resonator 
134 

CBD 
261 

CdIn_{2}S_{4} 
321 

CDTA 
283 

Chain dynamics 
513 

Chalcogenide glasses 
38 

Characterization 
270,325 

Charge density 
312 

Charge injection/extraction 
809 

Chemical bath deposition 
261 

Chemical vapour deposition 
776 

Chip function 
844 

Chlorobromofluorobenzene 
698 

Chloroformpropylene 
187 

Chromiumaluminium alloys 
204 

CITVAP 
755 

CMR 
484 

Codes 
755 

Collapse 
417 

Combustion synthesis 
270 

Complex permittivity 
134,521 

Complexed electrolytes 
657 

Compressibilty 
187 

Compression 
378 

Conducting polymer 
385,427 

Conductivity 
797 

Contact angle 
540 

Contact potential 
295 

Continuoustime active filters 
283 

Copper phthalocyanine 
435 

Corelations 
545 

Coulomb 
410 

Coulomb potential 
312 

Critical temperature 
420 

Cryocooler 
334 


507,646 


646 

Curie temperature 
42 

Current differencing transconductance amplifier 
893 

Current mirrors 
355 

Currentmode circuits 
355,893 

Currentmode universal filter 
283 

Cusp region 
471 

dc Conductivity 
719 

Debye temperature 
451 

Decays of bottom mesons 
306 

Defect centers 
400 

Density 
839 

Density of defect states 
38 

Depolarization 
127 

Diamond anvil cell 
783 

Dielectric barrier discharge 
889 

Dielectric constant 
513,733 

Dielectric property 
439,880 

Dielectric relaxation 
54,212 

Dielectric relaxation time 
513 

Dielectric response_{} 
637 

Dielectric spectroscopy 
660 

Dielectric study 
507 

Dielectrics 
276,809 

Differential thermal analysis 
497 

Diffusion 
111 

Dip coating solgel technique_{} 
706 

Dipolar and dispersive interaction 
852 

Dipolar relaxation 
118,127 

Dipoleinduced dipole interaction 
169 

Discharge frequency 
463 

Displacive ferroelectrics 
580 

Distributions 
295 

Dominant mode 
134 

Donor 
702 

Doping 
420 

Dosimetry 
695 

Drug 
839 

DSC 
193,535 

EDAX 
488 

Effective charges 
788 

Effective thermal conductivity 
385,414 

Effective thermal diffusivity 
385,414,862 

Elastic properties 
722 

Electret 
266 

Electrical conduction 
427 

Electrical conductivity 
30,513,657 

Electrical properties 
435 

Electrochromic display 
657 

Electrodeposition 
198 

Electromagnetic interference shielding 
215 

Electron paramagnetic resonance 
382 

Electronic polarizability 
502 

Electronic properties 
375 

Electronic structure 
204,397 

Electronic transport properties 
394 

Electrostatic ioncyclotron instability 
471 

Energy gap 
502 

Energy parameters 
212 

Energy transfer 
702 

Ethanol 
839 

Ethching 
540 

Ethers 
552 

Ethyl methacrylate 
20 

Ethyleneimine 
100 

Evanescent waves 
23 

Evaporation 
435 

Excees thermodynamic properties 
629 

Excess molar volume 
552 

Fastion relaxation 
7 

FCVA 
797 

Fermi wave vector 
497 

Ferrites 
60 

Ferroelectrics 
727 

Ferrofluid 
477 

Ferromagneticparamagnetic transition 
484 

Fiber grating 
106 

Filamentary discharge 
889 

Film thickness 
806 

Filtered cathodic vacuum arc 
255 

Firstorder filter 
667 

Floating gate 
355 

Floating potential 
463 

Flouroscence 
702 

Flux method 
321 

Fourier transform infrared spectra 
20,47,100,155,162,315 

Fourier transform Raman spectra 
155,162,315 

FPTSDS 
118 

Fractional Fourier transform 
176 

Free convection 
679 

Free electron laser 
617 

Free length of interaction 
169 

Frequency factor 
390 

Fringeadjusted filter 
176 

FTIR 
507,611,698,833 

FTR spectra 
833 

FTRaman 
706 

FTRaman spectra 
698 

Fuel adulteration detection 
106 

Fullerene 
406 

Fullerene interface 
588 

Gamma radiation 
225 

Gaussian minimum shift keying 
65 

Gibbs free energy 
417 

Gifford  McMahon cycle 
334 

Glass transition temperature 
535,719 

Glasses 
382,719 

Glow discharge 
540 

Glycine 
123 

GPS 
349 

Green function technique _{} 
651 

Grey particle 
93 

Group contribution 
545 

Grüneisen parameter 
443 

Hard coatings 
776 

Heat and mass transfer 
81 

Helmholtz free energy 
443 

Hexagonal manganites 
447 

Hf S_{2x}Te_{x} 
330 

High energy heavy ion radiation 
660 

High frequency applicability 
667 

High output impedance 
893 

High pressure 
378,417,443,722 

High T_{C} superconductors 
139 

Horizontal gradient 
477 

Hydrogen bonding 
20 

I/N expansion 
876 

Inductively coupled plasma emission system 
30 

Infrared 
330 

Infrared reflection 
880 

Interaction parameter 
712 

Interactions 
545 

Intercooling 
565 

Inverse spinel compounds_{} 
788 

IPropanol 
839 

Irreversibility 
565 

Isothermal heat addition 
565 

Joint transform correlator 
176 

JuddOfelt parameters 
239 

K mesons 
306 

Kband 
733 

KdV soliton 
621 

Kinetic and thermodynamic parameters 
507 

Kinetic study 
507 

La_{0.88 }Ca_{0.12}MnO_{3} 
484 

Langmuir probe 
255 

Lanthanum manganite 
325 

Larginine 
123 

Laser heating 
783 

Lattice parameter 
42 

Layered compounds 
330 

Lead borate glasses 
225 

Lhistidine 
123 

Linear theory 
477 

Liquid alloys 
394 

Liquid helium 
334 

Liquid metals 
371 

Liquid mixtures 
545 

Liquid structures 
394 

Log – polar transform 
844 

Logdomain filter 
667 

Low cost set up 
738 

Lowloss materials 
134 

Luminescence 
695 

Lyoluminescence 
607 

Magnesium sulphate 
607 

Magnetic field 
477,876 

Magnetic phase transition 
397 

Magnetic susceptibility 
502 

Magnetoplasma 
111 

Manganites 
451 

Meson decays 
685 

Mesons 
685 

Metal halide 
414 

Metaldielectric contact 
809 

Methanol 
839 

Methyl methacrylate 
20 

Microhardness 
30 

Micropolar fluid 
679 

MicroRaman 
783 

MicroRaman spectra 
866 

Microwave absorption 
212,727 

Microwave frequency 
733 

Microwave loss tangent 
580 

Miscibility_{} 
209,712 

Mixed alkali effect 
7 

MNSR 
755 

MnZn ferrite 
42,423 

Modified complex Brayton cycle 
565 

Molal hydration number 
251 

Molecular dynamics simulation 
771 

Molecular fluid 
403 

Molecular interaction 
187,521 

Molybdenum disulphide 
488 

Molybdenum oxide_{} 
866 

Morphology 
193 

MOSFET 
355 

Mössbauer spectroscopy 
60 

Mössbauer study 
423 

MREImodel 
330 

MTR_PC 
755 

Multiple relaxation 
127 

N,Ndimethylacetamide (DMA) 
212 

Nano particles 
47,60 

Nanocrystalline 
261,339 

Nanomaterials 
406 

Nanoparticles_{} 
561 

nanosized titanium 
423 

Nanosystems 
7 

Nanotube 
651 

Neutronics calculations 
755 

Nickel metal 
771 

Nitrazepam 
162 

Non aqueous medium 
165 

Non linear optical crystals (KLO) 
123 

Nonlinear behaviour 
344 

Nonspherical molecules 
403 

Normal coordinate analysis 
100,155,162,315,698,833 

Nylon6,6 
209 

oDichlorobenzene 
552 

oChlorophenol 
552 

One component 
431 

Optical band gap 
47 

Optical constant 
791 

Optical correlator 
844 

Optical design 
565 

Optical emission spectroscopy 
463 

Optical miroscopy 
646 

Optical properties 
339,344,435,866 

Optical spectroscopy 
239 

Optical transmittance 
791 

Organometallics 
439 

Particle sizing 
761 

Pb_{1x}Sr_{x}ZrO_{3} ceramics 
270 

PbHPO_{4 }crystal 
727 

pcresol 
20 

PEG 
712 

Phase transition 
410,417,722 

Phenol derivatives 
54 

Phonon calculations 
330 

Phonon dispersion 
20 

Phonons 
788 

Phosphors 
695 

Photocurrent density 
588 

Photoelectret 
266 

Photoluminescence 
400,607 

Photovoltaic devices 
435 

Plasma 
621,637 

Plasma diagnostic 
255 

Plasma power 
463 

Plasma reference 
431 

Plasticization 
193 

Plasticizer 
657 

PMMA 
712 

Polarization current 
491 

Poly(methyl methacrylate) 
535 

Poly(vinyl pyrrolidone) glycerol blends 
513 

Polycarbonate 
540 

Polyetherimide 
127,491,660 

Polymer 
588 

Polymer solutions 
712 

Polymethylmethacrylate 
209 

Polypyrrole 
215 

Positronium 
245 

Potassium dihydrogen phosphate crystals (KDP) 
123 

Potential energy distribution 
100,155,162,315,698,833 

Power distribution 
755 

Pressure effect 
397 

PrigogineFloryPatterson theory 
629 

Probability of error 
65 

Procarbazine 
155 

Proton fluctuation 
93 

Proton irradiation 
439 

Proton radioactivity 
312 

Pseudopotential 
394,431 

Pseudoscalar 
685 

PTSDC 
535 

PVA 
657 

PVC 
439 

PVCPMMA thin films 
344 

Pyrazinamide 
315 

Pyrolytic graphite 
783 

Quantum dot helium 
876 

Quantum hot plasma 
637 

Quantum zero 
295 

Quark model 
685 

Quasi crystals 
497 

Quasi random model 
617 

Radiation 
81 

Raman scattering 
20 

Raman spectra 
100,225,611 

Rare earth doped glass 
239 

Rare earths 
702 

RE^{3+ }glasses 
825 

Reflection 
295 

Refractive index 
209,502 

Refractive index sensor 
23 

Regeneration 
565 

Regenerator 
334 

Relative volume 
417 

Relaxation time 
521 

Residual stress 
797 

Rubber materials 
733 

Rubidium clocks 
349 

Sagdeev potential 
621 

Samarium barium copper oxalate crystals 
30 

Saturation magnetization 
42 

Scanning electron image 
783 

Scanning electron microscopy 
435 

Scattering 
295,761 

Schrödinger 
295 

Screen printing 
321 

Self–affine scaling 
93 

Selforganization 
7 

SEM 
47,193,261,439 

Semiconductors 
394,637,646 

Sensitization 
702 

Sensor technology 
106 

Series resistance IMPATT diode 
33 

Shielding efficiency 
215 

Short range 
410 

Signal attenuation 
23 

Silicon glass binding 
738 

Single crystal 
484,488 

Single mode fiber 
23 

Sintering 
270_{} 

Size effect 
806 

Small amplitude 
621 

Softmade 
580 

Solgel technique 
325 

Solitary waves 
621 

Soliton radiation 
621 

Space charge limited conduction 
38 

Space charge relaxation 
118 

Spatial light modulator 
844 

Specific heat 
447,451 

Spectral analysis 
825 

Spectral density 
65 

Spin singlettriplet transitions 
876 

Sputtering 
198 

Square patch 
593 

Stationary mode 
477 

Stoichiometry 
198 

Strontium soaps 
187 

Structural calculation 
375 

Structural properties 
339,375 

Struvite crystals 
507 

Substrateepitaxy interface 
33 


617 

Superconductivity 
420,575 

Superconductors 
139 

Superfluid_{} 
857 

Supersolid 
857 

Surface energy 
540 

Survey scans 
198 

Swift heavy ions 
400 

Synthesis 
325 

Synthesis and characterization 
866 

Synthesis of diamond 
783 

taC 
797 

taC:H 
797 

taC:N 
797 

Temperature 
862 

Temperature dependence 
427 

Tensor meson 
685 

Ternary 
410 

Ternary mixtures 
629 

Tetrahedral amorphous carbon film 
255 

Tetrahedral and octahedral 
788 

Thermal analysis 
825 

Thermal expansion 
406 

Thermal properties 
447,451,771 

Thermal study 
507 

Thermally stimulated depolarization current 
127 

Thermally stimulated polarization current 
491 

Thermodynamic properties 
371,451 

Thermoluminescence 
607,695 

THF 
712 

Thick films 
321 

Thin film 
38,261,706,791 

Three site hole hopping 
139 

Titanium oxide films 
791 

Transient plane source 
385 

Transient technique 
862 

Transition metal compounds 
397 

Transition metal ions 
719 

Transition metals 
880 

Transmission 
295 

Transmittance 
617 

Transport phenomena 
111 

Transport properties 
403 

Transverse acceleration of ions 
471 

Traps 
809 

TSDC 
118,535 

Tungsten 
225 

Two dimensional heating 
477 

Ultrasonic studies 
187 

Ultrasonic velocity 
251,712,839,852 

Universal power law 
439 

Upconversion 
706 

UVvisible 
225 

Valance force field 
611 

Vanadium oxide 
866 

Vanadyl ion 
382 

Variable suction 
679 

Vector network analyzer 
521 

Vibrational bands 
463 

Vibrational spectra 
611 

Viibrational band assignments 
315 

Viscosity 
209,251,545,712,839 

Viscosity deviation 
552 

Viscous dissipation 
81 

Wavelet function 
844 

Waveparticle interaction 
471 

Wettability 
540 

WIMS 
755 

Xband 
593,733 

Xray diffraction 
193,435,488,497,866 

XRD 
261,706 

Y_{0.95}Pr_{0.05}Ba_{2}(Cu_{1x}Mn_{x})_{3}O_{7δ} 
575 

Z' boson 
306 

Zinc blende 
410 

ZnO, Pb_{3}O_{4} 
266 

Zonecentre 
788 

α – relaxation 
535 

β  relaxation 
535 

πˉAgBr interactions 
93 

pmesons 
306 

Abraham Rosalin 
30 

Acharya B S 
866 

Adhikari K 
540 

Agarwal S K 
575 

Agarwal A 
382,719 

Agrawal P 
193^{} 

Ahmad S A 
771 

Aiad T H M Abou 
880 

Akhter J I 
771 

Alagar S 
561 

Ali Anwar 
545 

AlNaafa Mohammad A 
876 

Anita B 
833 

Anshu 
382 

Arivazhagan 
698 

Arora A K 
20 

Arunbalaji R 
162 

Asghar J 
12,54 

Aynyas Mahendra 
722 

Ayodo K Y 
857 

Azooz M A 
880 

Babu K Rajendra 
123 

Badr Y 
706 

Baghmar Deoshree 
417 

Bahadur D 
497 

Bajpai R 
193 

Balachandran V 
698 

Baldha G J 
60 

Banerjee P 
349 

Baral K C 
111 

Barhai P K 
889 

Barman J 
339 

Battisha I K 
706 

Bedi R K 
435 

Beri Vinod K 
844 

Bhagatji Alpana 
176 

Bhagavanarayana G 
797 

Bhardwaj Purvee 
417 

Bhat Krishna D 
712 

Bhatnagar S P 
521 

Bhatt N K 
443 

Bhattacharyya R 
255 

Bhuyan S 
617 

Bodhaye Ashish 
484 

Bohra Dinesh 
134 

Bohra Naveen 
134 

Boopathy K 
270 

Borse R Y 
552 

Bothra Chandra 
588 

Brahme G V 
695 

Buddhudu S 
825 

Burghate D K 
344 

Calla O P N 
134 

Ch Sahu P 
783 

Chakraborty B R 
776 

Chakraborty Tirthankar 
575 

Chanchal 
330 

Chandra Mohan P 
783 

Chandra Shekar N V 
783 

Chatterjee Arundhati 
349 

Chaudhari G N 
344 

Chauhan Chetan K 
507 

Chauhan M S 
839 

Chauhan S 
839 

Chelimo L S 
857 

Chhantbar M C 
60 

Choudhury M A 
771 

Choudhury M Pal 
776 

Choudhury N 
261 

Dalui S 
776 

Dandekar S S 
215 

Das Anirban 
575 

Das G C 
621 

Datta Amitabh 
349 

Deb Argha 
93 

Desai C F 
806 

Deshmukh P T 
344 

Deshmukh S H 
344 

Devi Nirupama 
621 

Dey Tarun Kumar 
403 

Dhingra Grima 
637 

Dhoble S J 
607,695 

Dhondiyal C C 
702 

Dhurandhar Heena D 
371,390 

Dixit Manasvi 
427 

Dixit P N 
255,797 

Dubey Ritesh Kumar 
295 

Dwivedi Preeti 
629 

ElBatal Fatma H 
225,880 

ElKheshen Amany A 
225 

Elsaid Mohammad K 
876 

ElTabii G 
880 

Gahotri Bhasker 
575 

Gairola Subodh 
727 

Gajjar P N 
394,431,488 

Garg A K 
330 

Garg K B 
400 

Gathania Neha 
134 

Gaur M S 
118,535 

Gaur N K 
417,420,447,451 

Ghazi N 
755 

Ghosh Dipak 
93 

Ghosh Jayita 
93 

Gogoi Runmoni 
621 

Gohain Baruah A 
617 

Gohel^{ }V B 
443 

Gopchandran K G 
791 

Goyal Geetika 
660 

Gunasekaran S 
100,155,162,315,733,833 

Gupta Arun K 
176,844 

Gupta B R K 
406 

Gupta D C 
417_{} 

Gupta Himani 
435 

Gupta P N 
657 

Hasan Mehdi 
552 

Hayat S S 
771 

Hemalatha R 
477 

Hussain Altaf 
771 

Ilango G 
698 

Iqbal S Z 
283,667,893 

Isac Jayakumari 
30 

Jagannathan R 
733 

Jain D C 
400 

Jain Neeraj 
385,414,427 

Jain S K 
325^{} 

Jain Shruti 
738 

Jain Subhash C 
106 

Jamwal K K S 
355 

Jani A R 
394,431,443 

Jayachitra K 
251^{} 

Jayakumar S 
169 

Jha P K 
20 

Jheeta K S 
400 

John K 
209 

Joseph K C 
507 

Joshi B C 
702 

Joshi H H 
60 

Joshi M J 
507 

Joshi Pawan 
593,738 

Joshi U M 
540 

Kala A 
733 

Kalla Paritosh 
134 

Kannappan V 
169^{} 

Kapur Pawan 
106 

Katoch A C 
685 

Kaur Nupinderjeet 
447 

Kaushik B K 
127,491 

Kaushik S D 
334 

Kelkar D S 
215^{} 

Khairnar R S^{} 
23 

Khamis I 
755 

Khan F Liakath Ali 
12,54 

Khan Mohd. Alim 
255,797 

Khandelwal Nitin 
134 

Khanna K M 
857 

Khatun Hasina 
889 

Kher R S 
607 

Khokhar M S K 
607 

Khulbey Bhawana 
702 

Kishore N 
382 

Kishore Sanjay N 
719 

Krishnamurthy Anjali 
325 

Kude Vivek P 
23 

Kukreti Ashish 
276,580 

Kulhar V S 
245 

Kumar Ashok 
276,580 

Kumar Atul 
629 

Kumar B Suresh 
123 

Kumar Dinesh 
738 

Kumar M 
378 

Kumar Mahesh 
889 

Kumar Manoj 
378 

Kumar N R Sanjay 
783 

Kumar R 
169 

Kumar S 
38 

Kumar S R 
198 

Kumar Sushil 
255,797 

Kumar V Anup 
423 

Kumaresan S 
155^{} 

Kuryan Soosy 
30 

Kushwaha A K 
788 

Lad Kirit N 
371,390 

Lal R 
575 

Lilly T 
371 

Madhup D K 
540 

Mahajan Aman 
435 

Mahanubhav M D 
321 

Maharana^{ }L^{} 
306 

Mallick R 
193 

Mangotra L K 
355 

Manhas Parshotam S 
355 

Manickathai 
561 

Manjul Kumar 
394 

Marzouk Samir Y 
225 

Mathur Preeti 
42 

Mazli M 
646 

Mehrotra Indira 
312 

Menon V J 
295 

Mishra Alok 
889 

Mishra Manoj 
629 

Mishra Ruchi 
471 

Mishra Sanjeev Kumar 
134 

Mishra Vandana 
106 

Modi K B 
60 

Mohan Rajneesh 
420,447 

Moharil S V 
695 

Mukherjee A 
776 

Mukovskii Ya M 
484 

Muthu S 
155,162 

Nabi Firdosa 
545 

Naidu 
209 

Nair N Vasudevan 
423 

Naithani U C 
276,580 

Natarajan R K 
733 

Nath G 
111 

Nayak B B 
866 

Neagu Eugen R 
809 

Negi N S 
212 

Nishchal Naveen K 
176,844 

Ogulu A 
679 

Ojha Poonam 
375^{} 

Pagare Gitanjali 
375,410 

Pal A K 
776 

Pal K 
355 

Pal Sitaram 
93 

Pal Udit N 
889 

Palaniappan L 
852 

Pandya G R 
806 

Panwar O S 
255,797 

Parameswaran P 
783 

Parekh B B 
507 

Park S R 
565 

Parmar P 
193 

Parveen Nusrat 
667 

Patel V N 
431 

Patidar Dinesh 
385 

Patil L A 
321 

Patnaik S 
334 

Patra S 
651 

Poddar G C 
106 

Prajapati B 
198 

Prakash J 
679 

Prakash S G 
266 

Prakash Shweta 
312 

Prasad V Ramachandra 
81 

Pratap Arun 
371,390 

Prince Joseph J 
698 

Quadri Munazah 
283,893 

Quamara J K 
127,491,660 

Qureshi Anjum 
439 

Rajagopalan M 
397 

Rajendran V 
270 

Rajput S S 
204 

Rakshit Bipul 
20,375 

Ramana Rao G 
611 

Ramlal 
118 

Rana V A 
521 

Rangolia M K 
60 

Rangra V S 
212 

Rani S 
382 

Rao Ashok 
575 

Rao Shanker 
371 

Rao T Lilly Shanker 
390 

Rastogi V K 
844 

Rauthan C M S 
255,797 

47 


400 

Ravindran T R 
20 

Rawat M K 
187 

Rbhavsar S 
806 

Reddy M Mohan 
209 

Reddy 
81 

Rudramadevi B H 
825 


722 

Saha Ratan K 
761 

Sahoo S 
306^{} 

Saikia B K 
471 

Sailatha E 
315 

Sakwa T W 
857 

Salah A 
706 


706 

Samson Nesaraj A 
270^{} 

Sangeeta 
187 

Sanghi S 
382 

Sankar S 
791 

Sankhla Sonu 
513 

Sanyal Sankar P 
20,375,397,410, 484,722 

Saraf A K 
65 

Saraswat Y K 
385 

Sarma B K 
261 

Sarma K 
339 

Sarma K C 
339^{} 

Sarma M 
339 

Satyanarayana B S 
255^{} 

Savale V S 
552 

Sawant A B 
552 

Saxena N S 
385,414,427 

Saxena Pooja 
118 

Saxena Rashmi 
414 

Sekar M 
783 

Sekar R 
477 

Selvakumar M 
712 

Sengwa R J 
513 

Seshadri S 
155,162^{} 

Seth V P 
382,719 

Shah K Atul 
488 

Shah N A 
283,667,893 

Shah Sejal 
439 

Shaktawat Vinodini 
414,427 

Sharma A K 
889 

Sharma Charu 
134 

Sharma D R 
212 

Sharma G D 
588 

Sharma K K 
685 

Sharma Kananbala 
414,427 

Sharma M K 
471 

Sharma M P 
325 

Sharma Poonam 
839 

Sharma S K 
588 

Sharma Subodh K 
761 

Sharma Susheel 
355 

Sharma T P 
414,427 

Sharma Vimal 
212 

Sharma Y K 
239 

Shelar R N 
552 

Shelke Vilas 
420 

Sheoran M S 
719 

Shilaskar S N 
344 

Shrinet 
439 

Shukla Prashant 
118,535 

Shukla R K 
629 

Shukla Saurabh 
134 

Silotia P 
637 

Singh A K 
862 

Singh Anil K 
334 

Singh B P 
502 

Singh Dolly 
439 

Singh Gurpal 
593 

Singh K 
497 

Singh K P 
439 

Singh^{ }Kiran 
420 

Singh M 
42 

Singh N L 
439^{} 

Singh Nahar 
106 

Singh R 
38 

Singh R A 
139 

Singh R K 
239,420,447 

Singh Randhir 
127,491 

Singh S P 
535 

Singh Usha 
862 

Singh Vipnesh 
502 

Singhal D K 
862 

Sivagurunathan P 
12,54 

Soni P H 
806 

Sonkawade R G 
695 

Sood Deepak 
593 

Sood Jyoti 
637 

Sood S C 
738 

Sood Suresh Chander 
593 

Srikala D 
334 

Srinivasan M P 
783 

Srivastava A K 
406 

Srivastava Archana 
451 

Srivastava Bipin K 
325 

Srivastava Rajneesh Kumar 
266 

Srivastava Vipul 
20 

Subedi D P 
540 

Subramanian N 
783 

Suman 
349 

Sunandana C S 
7 

Surana S S L 
239 

Suri A K 
349 

Syal V K 
839 

Tafreshi M J 
646 

Tanna A R 
60 

Tanwar Anju 
535 

Tariq Mohammad 
545 

Tewari S P 
637 

Thakor P B 
431 

Thakore B Y 
394,431 

Thakur Atul 
42 

Thakur Nagesh 
212^{} 

Tharayil Nisha J 
47 

Thiyagarajan R 
852 

Tiwari M 
65,139 

Tiwari M S 
471 

Tiwari R K 
118,535 

Tiwari S K 
198 

Tiwari V K 
198 

Tripathi C C 
738 

Tripathi Chander Charu 
593 

Tripathi D N 
295 

Tripathi S K 
38 

Tripti S 
502 

Tyagi B P 
176^{} 

Tyagi S K 
565 

Upadhyay A K 
607 

Upadhyay Trilok Chandra 
727 

Upreti D K 
702 

Uthra D 
100 

Vaidyan Alexander Varghese 
47 

Vaidyanathan G 
477 

Varma P 
471 

Vashisth V M 
521 

Venkatram Reddy B 
611 

Verma S K 
204^{} 

Vipul Srivastava 
397 

Vishwanathan S Kasi 
561 

Vyas A D 
521 

Vyas P R 
443 

Wang Shengwei 
565 

Zhandire E 
679 

Zugail Salah A 
876 
