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    Spinor model of a perfect fluid

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    Different characteristic of matter influencing the evolution of the Universe has been simulated by means of a nonlinear spinor field. We have considered two cases where the spinor field nonlinearity occurs either as a result of self-action or due to the interaction with a scalar field.Comment: 5 pages, some misprints are corrected, some new expressions are adde

    Recoil Ranges of Products from Reactions of Cu65 with 11-33 Mev He3 Ions

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    Recoil ranges of products from reactions copper 65 with 11-35 MeV helium 3 ion

    Optical properties of random alloys : Application to Cu_{50}Au_{50} and Ni_{50}Pt_{50}

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    In an earlier paper [K. K. Saha and A. Mookerjee, Phys. Rev. B 70 (2004) (in press) or, cond-mat/0403456] we had presented a formulation for the calculation of the configuration-averaged optical conductivity in random alloys. Our formulation is based on the augmented-space theorem introduced by one of us [A. Mookerjee, J. Phys. C: Solid State Phys. 6, 1340 (1973)]. In this communication we shall combine our formulation with the tight-binding linear muffin-tin orbitals (TB-LMTO) technique to study the optical conductivities of two alloys Cu_{50}Au_{50} and Ni_{50}Pt_{50}.Comment: 5 pages, 7 figure

    Interacting spinor and scalar fields in Bianchi type-I Universe filled with viscous fluid: exact and numerical solutions

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    We consider a self-consistent system of spinor and scalar fields within the framework of a Bianchi type I gravitational field filled with viscous fluid in presence of a Λ\Lambda term. Exact self-consistent solutions to the corresponding spinor, scalar and BI gravitational field equations are obtained in terms of τ\tau, where τ\tau is the volume scale of BI universe. System of equations for τ\tau and \ve, where \ve is the energy of the viscous fluid, is deduced. Some special cases allowing exact solutions are thoroughly studied.Comment: 18 pages, 6 figure

    Scalar field in cosmology: Potential for isotropization and inflation

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    The important role of scalar field in cosmology was noticed by a number of authors. Due to the fact that the scalar field possesses zero spin, it was basically considered in isotropic cosmological models. If considered in an anisotropic model, the linear scalar field does not lead to isotropization of expansion process. One needs to introduce scalar field with nonlinear potential for the isotropization process to take place. In this paper the general form of scalar field potentials leading to the asymptotic isotropization in case of Bianchi type-I cosmological model, and inflationary regime in case of isotropic space-time is obtained. In doing so we solved both direct and inverse problem, where by direct problem we mean to find metric functions and scalar field for the given potential, whereas, the inverse problem means to find the potential and scalar field for the given metric function. The scalar field potentials leading to the inflation and isotropization were found both for harmonic and proper synchronic time.Comment: 10 page
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