MEKJIAN, Aram
PUBLICATIONS:
  1. Fine Structure in Nuclear Resonances, W. MacDonald and A. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. 160, 730-739 (1967).
  2. Fine Structure Analysis of the Isobaric Analog Resonances in 41K, A. Mekjian and W. MacDonald, Phys. Rev. Lett. 18, 706-709 (1967).
  3. Analog State Resonances, A. Mekjian and W. M. MacDonald, Nucl. Phys. A121, 385 (1968).
  4. An Application of the K-Matrix Theory of Nuclear Reactions to a Soluble Model, A. Mekjian, Phys. Lett. 28B, 375-377 (1969).
  5. The Effect of Direct Reactions on the Compound Nuclear Reaction Amplitude in a Soluble Model, A. Z. Mekjian, Nucl. Phys. A134, 241 (1969).
  6. Charge Dependent Nuclear Forces and the Damping of Analog States, A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. 184, 1031-1034 (1969).
  7. On the Importance of Open and Closed Channel Contributions to External Mixing, A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Lett. 29B, 461-464 (1969).
  8. Coulomb Mixing of Isospin States, A. Z. Mekjian, Nucl. Phys. A146, 288 (1970).
  9. Coulomb Mixing of Isospin States, II. Nucleon-Nucleon Potentials and the Centroid Energy for Coulomb Mixing, A. Z. Mekjian, Nucl. Phys. A157, 32 (1970).
  10. Isobaric Analog Resonance Widths and the Distribution of Coulomb Mixing Strength in Nuclei, A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. Lett. 25, 888-892 (1970).
  11. Correlation Corrections to Shell Model Values of Dipole Sum-Rules, A. M. Land and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Lett. 43B, 105-107 (1973).
  12. Effect of Two-Body Correlations on Sum-Rules for Nuclear Charge Monopole and Dipole Modes, A. M. Lane and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C8, 1981-2006 (1973).
  13. Exchange Currents and the Form Factors of Nuclear Excitations, A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C9, 2084-2085 (1974).
  14. An Optical Potential for Heavy Ion Interactions, H. Jaqaman and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Lett. 56B, 237-240 (1975).
  15. Correlations and Dipole Excitations in Nuclei, A. Z. Mekjian and W. M. MacDonald, Phys. Rev. C15, 531-544 (1977).
  16. Total Muon Capture Rates in Nuclei, A. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. Lett. 36, 1242-1245 (1976).
  17. The Nucleus-Nucleus Potential, H. R. Jaqaman and A. Z. Mekjian, Nucl. Phys. A259, 157-172 (1976).
  18. A Thermodynamic Model for Composite Particle Emission in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions, A. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. Lett. 38, 640-643 (1977).
  19. Heavy Ion Scattering in Terms of an Expansion in Heitler London Solutions, H. Jaqaman and A. Mekjian
  20. Explosive Nucleosynthesis, Equilibrium Thermodynamics and Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions, A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C17, 1051-1070 (1978).
  21. Statistical Thermodynamics of Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions, A. Mekjian, Nucl. Phys. A312, 491-525 (1978).
  22. Charge Multiplicity in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions, G. Cecil, S. Das Gupta and A. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C20, 1021-1027 (1979).
  23. Sum Rules for Two Photon Decay and Raman Scattering, L. Zamick and A. Mekjian
  24. Direct Interactions, Classical Thermodynamic and Quantum Statistical Theories of Heavy Ion Collisions, A. Mekjian, Phys. Lett. 89B, 177-180 (1980).
  25. Effective Mass and Exchange Current Effects in Finite Nuclei, A. Mekjian and L. Zamick, Phys. Lett. 92B, 249-252 (1980).
  26. Unsolved Problems in Nuclear Structure, G. Bertsch, A. Mekjian, and L. Zamick, Lecture Notes in Physics V118, 246 (1980).
  27. Self-Consistent RPA Calculations of Total Muon Capture Rates, N. Van Giai, N. Auerbach and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. Lett. 46, 1444-1447 (1981).
  28. The Thermodynamic Model of Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions, S. Das Gupta and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Reports 72C, 132 (1981).
  29. Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions - An Approach Based on Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, A. Mekjian, Nucl. Phys. A384, 492-536 (1982).
  30. Particle Production, Chemical Equilibrium and the Quasiergodic Hypothesis in High Energy Collision, T. R. Halemane and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C25, 2398-2402 (1982).
  31. Short Range and Long Range Schematic Interactions, Their Implications for Giant Resonances, Polarization Charges and other Properties of Nuclei, A. Mekjian and L. Zamick, Phys. Reports 95C, 321-395 (1983).
  32. Nuclear Condensation, H. Jaqaman, A. Z. Mekjian and L. Zamick, Phys. Rev. C27, 2782-2790 (1983).
  33. Liquid-Gas Phase Transitions in Finite Nuclear Matter, H. R. Jaqaman, A. Z. Mekjian and L. Zamick, Phys. Rev. C29, 2067-2074 (1984).
  34. Liquid-Gas Phase Instabilities and Droplet Formation in Nuclear Reactions, A. L. Goodman, J. I. Kapusta and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C30, 851-865 (1984).
  35. Fokker-Planck and Linear Transport Solutions to Collective Flow in Heavy Ion Collisions, H. R. Jaqaman and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C31, 146-151 (1985).
  36. How Much Strangeness Production is there in Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions, J. Kapusta and A. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. D33, 1304-1313 (1986).
  37. Dilepton Emission and the QCD Phase Transition in Ultrarelativistic Nuclear Collisions, K. Kajantie, J. Kapusta, L. McLearran and A. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. D34, 2746-2754 (1986).
  38. Minimal Information and Statistical Descriptions of Nuclear Fragmentation, G. Fái and A. Mekjian, Phys. Lett. 196B, 281-284 (1987).
  39. Relative Yields, Conservation Laws and Coulomb Energy in Medium-Energy Heavy-Ion Collisions, A. R. DeAngelis, A. Mekjian and G. Fái, Phys. Lett. 231B, 1-5 (1989).
  40. A Statistical Model of Nuclear Multifragmentation, A. R. DeAngelis and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C40, 105-114 (1989).
  41. A Model of a Fragmentation Process and Its Power Law Behavior, A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. Lett. 64, 2125-2128 (1990).
  42. Distribution of Cluster Sizes from Evaporation to Total Multifragmentation, A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C41, 2103-2117 (1990).
  43. Soluble Canonical Ensemble Models of Fragmentation Processes, S. J. Lee and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Lett. 149A, 7-11 (1990).
  44. Models of Fragmentation Phenomena and Partitioning Phenomena based on the Symmetric Group Sn and Combinational Analysis, A. Z. Mekjian and S. J. Lee, Phys. Rev. A44, 6294-6312 (1991).
  45. Models of Nuclear Fragmentation in Heavy Ion Collisions, A. R. DeAngelis and A. Z. Mekjian, Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions in the International Review of Nuclear Physics, V. 6, L. P. Csernai and D. D. Strotman (eds) 1991, World Science, 363-424.
  46. Cluster Distribution in Physics and Genetic Diversity, A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. A44, 8361-8374 (1991).
  47. Canonical Studies of the Cluster Distribution, Dynamical Evolution, and Critical Temperature in Nuclear Multifragmentation Processes, S. J. Lee and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C45, 1284-1310 (1992).
  48. Mass Distributions in Various Nuclear Collisions, S. J. Lee and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C45, 356-371 (1992).
  49. Self-Similarity and Scaling Behavior in Nuclear Collision, S. J. Lee and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C47, 2266-2287 (1993).
  50. Geometry, Scaling and Universality in the Mass Distributions in Heavy Ion Collisions, A. Z. Mekjian and S. J. Lee, Phys. Rev. C48, 2999-3010 (1993).
  51. Nuclear Fragmentation and Its Parallels, K. C. Chase and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C49, 2164-2176 (1994).
  52. Fully Isotopic Model of Fragmentation, K. C. Chase and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C50, 2078-2084 (1994).
  53. Power Moments and Scaling Properties of Nuclear Emulsion Data, S. J. Lee and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C50, 3025-3032 (1994).
  54. Heated Nuclear Matter, Condensation Phenomena and the Hadronic Equation of State, K. C. Chase and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. Letts. 75, 4732-4735 (1995).
  55. Exact Methods for Expectation Values in Canonical Fragmentation Models, K. C. Chase and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C52, R2339-R2341 (1995).
  56. Critical Point Multiplicities and Multiplicity Fluctuations in Heavy Ion Collisions, K. C. Chase and A. Z. Mekjian, Physics Letters B379, (1995).
  57. Disordered systems, power laws and random processes, A.Z. Mekjian and K.C. Chase, Phys. Lett. A229, 340 (1997).
  58. Studies in the statistical and thermal properties of hadronic matter under some extreme conditions, K.C. Chase, A.Z. Mekjian and P. Meenakshisundaram, accepted to PRC 55, 1410 (1997).
  59. Liquid-Gas Phase Transition in Nuclear Equation of State, S. J. Lee and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C56, 2621 (1997).
  60. Randomly Broken Nuclei and Disordered Systems, K. C. Chase, P. Bhattacharya, and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C57, 882 (1998).
  61. Phase Transitions n the Statistical Model for Nuclear Multifragmentation, S. DasGupta and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C57 1361 (1998).
  62. Statistical Models of Heavy Ion Collisions and Their Parallels, A. Z. Mekjian, Advances in Nuclear Dynamics (Plenum Publications, W. Bauer and H. G. Ritter, Eds. (1998)).
  63. Various Models for Pion Probability Distributions from Heavy Ion Collisions, A. Z. Mekjian, R. B. Schlei, and D. Strottman, Phys. Rev. C58, 3627 (1998).
  64. Canonical and Microcanonical Ensemble Approaches to Bose-Einstein Condensation: The Thermodynamics of Particles in Harmonic Traps, K. C. Chase, A. Z. Mekjian and L. Zamick, European Physics Journal B8, 281-285 (1999).
  65. Nuclear Properties at Finite Temeprature in a Two-component Statistical Model, P. Bhattacharyya, S. DasGupta and A. Z. Mekjian, scheduled for Phys. Rev. C60, 054616, 1999.
  66. Aspects of Statistical Model for Multifragmentation, P. Bhattacharyya, S. DasGupta and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C60, 064625, 1999.
  67. A Soluble Statistical Model for Nuclear Fragmentation, S. DasGupta, A. Majumder, S. Pratt, A. Mekjian, submitted to Phys. Rev. C.
  68. Disoriented Chiral Condensates, Pion Probability Distributions, and Parallels with Disordered Systems, A. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C60, 067902 (1999).
  69. The Effects of Deformation on Isovector Electromagnetic and Weak Transition Strengths, S. J. Q. Robinson, L. Zamick, A. Mekjian, N. Auerbach, Phys. Rev. C62, 017302, 2000.
  70. A Model for Studying Branching Processes, Multiplicity Distributions and Non-Poissonian Fluctuations in Heavy Ion Collision, A. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. Lett. 86, 220, 2001.
  71. Liquid-Gas Phase Transition in Nuclear Multifragmentation, S. DasGupta, A. Mekjian, B. Tsang, Advances in Nuclear Physics, J. Negele, E. Vogt, Editors. V. 26, 89-166, 2001.
  72. The Liquid-Gas Phase Transition in a Multicomponent Nuclear System with Coulomb and Surface Effects, S. J. Lee and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C63, 044605, 2001.
  73. Particle Multiplicity Distributions: Connections with a Feynman-Wilson Gas and a Ginzburg-Landau Theory, A. Mekjian, to appear in Phys. Rev. C65, 014907, 2002.
  74. Neutrino-Nucleus Reactions-Shell Models vs. RPA, S. J. Q. Robinson, A. Z. Mekjian, L. Zamick and N. Auerbach, DNP meeting, October 2001.
  75. Liquid-Gas Phase Transition and Instabilities in Asymmetric Two Component Systems, S. J. Lee and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C68, 014608 (2003).
  76. Model of Multifragmentation, Equation of State and Phase Transition, C. B. Das, S. Das Gupta, and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C67, 064607 (2003).
  77. Development of Particle Multiplicity Distributions Using a General Form of the Grand Canonical Partition Function, Nuclear Physics A730, 514-547 (2004).
  78. Exploring Proton Rich Systems and Coulomb Induced Instabilities, S. J. Lee and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Lett. B580, 137 (2004).
  79. Specific Heat at Constant Volume in the Thermodynamic Model, C. B. Das, S. Das Gupta and A. Z. Mekjian, Phys. Rev. C68, 031601 (2003).
  80. Nuclear Incompressibility at Finite Temperature and Entropy, A. Z. Mekjian, S. J. Lee and L. Zamick, nucl-th/048016, submitted to Phys. Rev. Lett.
  81. Fluctuations in the Statistical Model of Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions, A. Z. Mekjian, Submitted to Phys. Rev. C.
  82. The Interrelationship of Isospin and Angular Momentum, L. Zamick, A. Z. Mekjian and S. J. Lee, nucl-th/0402089, submitted to Phys. Rev. C.
  83. The Thermodynamic Model of Nuclear Multifragmentation, S. Das Gupta, W. Lynch, A. Z. Mekjian and B. Tsang, Physics Reports (accepted for publication).



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