Aranya B. Bhattacherjee

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We report an investigation of electron conduction in oligophenyl based double barrier molecular device. We have carried out analytical calculations and numerical simulations on isolated molecules, consisting of aromatic π conjugated system made up of three phenyl rings separated by insulator groups −CH2−, −SiH2−, −GeH2− and −SnH2−. We show analytically as(More)
One of the important goals of present research is to control and manipulate coherence in a broad variety of systems, such as semiconductor spintronics, biological photosynthetic systems, superconducting qubits and complex atomic networks. Over the past decades, interferometry of atoms and molecules has proven to be a powerful tool to explore coherence. Here(More)
We study the effect of a one dimensional optical lattice in a cavity field with quantum properties on the superfluid dynamics of a Bose-Einstein condensate(BEC). In the cavity the influence of atomic backaction and the external driving pump become important and modify the optical potential. Due to the coupling between the condensate wavefunction and the(More)
We show that spin-density separation in a Bose gas is not restricted to 1D but also occurs in higher dimensions. The ratio (alpha) of the intraspecies atom-atom interaction strength to the interspecies interaction strength strongly influences the dynamics of spin-density separation and the elementary excitations. The density wave is phononlike for all(More)
We investigate the possibility of inducing a bosonic current which is rotational ( −→ ∇×−→v 6= −→ 0 ) in a pseudo 1D quasi-condensate confined in an optical toroidal trap. The stability of such a current is also analyzed using hydrodynamics approach. We find that such a current is uniform when the circular symmetry is preserved and energetically stable when(More)
We study the effect of a one dimensional optical superlattice on the superfluid fraction, number squeezing, dynamic structure factor and the quasi-momentum distribution of the Mott-insulator. We show that due to the secondary lattice,there is a decrease in the superfluid fraction and the number fluctuation. The dynamic structure factor which can be measured(More)
We show that a collection of two-level atoms in an optical cavity beyond the rotating wave approximation and in the dispersive-adiabatic and non-dispersive adiabatic regime constitutes a nonlinear medium and is capable of generating squeezed state of light. It is found that squeezing produced in the non-dispersive adiabatic regime is significantly high(More)
SUMAN DUDEJA 1, ARANYA B. BHATTACHERJEE 2, JULIAN CHELA-FLORES 3, 4 Department of Chemistry, ARSD College, University of Delhi, New Delhi110021, India. Department of Physics, ARSD College, University of Delhi, New Delhi110021, India. The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Strada Costieria 11, 34014 Trieste, Italy. Instituto de(More)
We have studied the interaction of 5,5-diphenylhydantoin (5,5-dph), an anticonvulsant drug, with erythrocyte membrane lipids and proteins using IR spectroscopic technique. The local lateral order parameter, which is directly related to the lipid packing density, has been found to be elevated due to 5,5-dph binding. This increase has been accounted for on(More)
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