List of Publications of
Surjit Singh

  • All of the following papers are in refereed journals.
  • Short communications have been marked with an asterisk.
  • I am proud of the fact that I have 22 papers with the world-famous author, Raj Kumar Pathria.
  • I am his biggest collaborator.
  • I have published in all branches in physics (Phs. Rev. A, B, D and E), except nuclear physics. Could not fine a decent nuclear physics co-worker.
  • I am also proud of my 9 papers in Phys. Rev. Letts.


Here are four of my most important co-writers (in chronological order).

RKPathria

Raj Pathria

David Jasnow

David Jasnow

GWilseRobinson

G Wilse Robinson

REWilde

Richard Wilde

    Publications from the University of Pittsburgh

1. M. N. Barber, D. Jasnow, S. Singh and R. A. Weiner
Critical Behavior of the Spherical Model with Enhanced Surface Exchange
J. Phys. C7, 3491 (1974)

2. S. Singh and D. Jasnow
Crossover Scaling Function for Exchange Anisotropy: XY and Planar Models
Phys. Rev. B11, 3445 (1975)

3. S. Singh and D. Jasnow
Crossover Scaling Function for Exchange Anisotropy: Heisenberg to
XY-like Crossover
Phys. Rev. B12, 493 (1975)

4. S. Singh, D. Jasnow and M. N. Barber
Critical Behavior of the Spherical Model with Enhanced Surface Exchange:
Two Spherical Field Model
J. Phys. C8, 3408 (1975)

    Publications from India

5. G. P. Singh and S. Singh
Acoustic Longitudinal Mode Coupling to the Order Parameter and its
Effect on the Ferroelectric Phase Transition
J. Phys. C12, 995 (1979)

*6. G. P. Singh, S. Singh and B. K. Basu
Electrostrictive Effects in RbH2 PO4
Ferroelectrics 25, 519 (1980)

*7. B. Dey and S. Singh
A New Phonon Frequency Distribution Function for Quasi-Two-Dimensional
Systems
Phys. Lett. A81, 147 (1981)

*8. P. Shukla and S. Singh
Spin-Glass Dynamics in the Spherical Model
J. Phys. C14, L81 (1981)

*9. P. Shukla and S. Singh
A Quantum Spherical Model of Spin-Glass
Phys. Lett. A81, 477 (1981)

10. P. Shukla and S. Singh
Classical and Quantum Spherical Models of Spin-Glasses: A Complete
Treatment of Statics and Dynamics
Phys. Rev. B23, 4661 (1981)

*11. W. L. Basaiawmoit and S. Singh
Crossover Behavior of the Susceptibility of Quasi-Two-Dimensional Ising
Model: /g=0/ Behavior
Phys. Lett. A88, 251 (1982)

*12. W. L. Basaiawmoit and S. Singh
Scale-Factor Universality in the Anisotropic Crossover Behavior of the
Susceptibility of Quasi-Two-Dimensional Ising Model
Phys. Lett. A89, 313 (1982)

*13. S. Singh and P. N. Pandita
Critical Behavior of a Relativistic Bose Gas with Pair Production
Phys. Lett. A92, 65 (1982)

*14. S. Singh
Surface Properties of an Ideal Relativistic Bose Gas with Pair Production
Phys. Lett. A93, 70 (1982)

15. W. L. Basaiawmoit and S. Singh
Crossover Scaling Function for the Lattice Anisotropy of the
Quasi-Two-Dimensional Ising Model
J. Phys. C16, 369 (1983)

16. S. Singh
Kronig-Penney Model in Reciprocal Lattice Space
Am. J. Phys. 51, 179 (1983)

17. S. Singh and P. N. Pandita
Scaling and Universality of the Thermodynamics and Correlations of an
Ideal Relativistic Bose Gas with Pair Production
Phys. Rev. A28, 1752 (1983)

*18. P. N. Pandita and S. Singh
Supersymmetric Phase Transition
Phys. Rev. Lett. 50, 1550 (1983)

*19. S. Singh
Crossover Scaling Behavior of Quasi-One-Dimensional /n/-Vector Models
Phys. Lett. A96, 225 (1983)

20. S. Singh and P. N. Pandita
Some Anomalies in the Treatment of Ideal Extreme Relativistic Bose Gas
Condensation
Phys. Rev. A28, 3137 (1983)

    Publications from Canada

21. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Bose-Einstein Condensation in Finite Non-Interacting Systems: A
Relativistic Bose Gas with Pair Production
Phys. Rev. A30, 442 (1984)

22. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Bose-Einstein Condensation in an Einstein Universe
J. Phys. A17, 2983 (1984)

*23. P. N. Pandita and S. Singh
Response to a Comment on Paper Number 18
Phys. Rev. Lett. 52, 2006 (1984)

24. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Bose-Einstein Condensation in Finite Non-Interacting Systems: A
Relativistic Bose Gas with Pair Production II
Phys. Rev. A30, 3198 (1984)

25. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Finite-Size Scaling for the Bose Condensate
Can. J. Phys. 63, 358 (1985)

26. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Privman-Fisher Hypothesis on Finite Systems: Verification in the Case of
a Relativistic Bose Gas with Pair Production
Phys. Rev. A31, 1816 (1985)

27. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Privman-Fisher Hypothesis on Finite Systems: Verification in the Case of
the Spherical Model of Ferromagnetism
Phys. Rev. B31, 4483 (1985)

*28. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Phase Transition in Finite Systems: Influence of Geometry on the
Approach Toward Bulk Critical Behavior
Phys. Rev. Lett. 55, 347 (1985)

29. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Finite-Size Effects in the Spherical Model of Ferromagnetism:
Antiperiodic Boundary Conditions
Phys. Rev. B32, 4618 (1985)

*30. S. Singh and J. R. Banavar
Random Field Critical Behavior: Finite-Size Effects
Phys. Rev. Lett. 55, 2220 (1985)

*31. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Spin-Spin Correlations in Finite Systems: Scaling Hypothesis and
Corrections to Bulk Behavior
Phys. Rev. B33, 672 (1986) (Rapid Communications)

32. S. Singh, R. K. Pathria and M. E. Fisher
Finite-Size Effects in the Spherical Model of Ferromagnetism: Zero-Field
Susceptibility under Antiperiodic Boundary Conditions
Phys. Rev. B33, 6415 (1986)

*33. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Response to a Comment on Paper Number 28
Phys. Rev. Lett. 56, 2226 (1986)

*34. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Role of Fluctuations in Determining Finite-Size Effects in a System
Undergoing Phase Transition
Phys. Rev. B34, 2045 (1986) (Rapid Communications)

35. S. Singh and P. N. Pandita
Phase Transition in a Supersymmetric Theory
Phys. Rev. D34, 1859 (1986)

*36. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Finite-Size Scaling of /O(n)/ Models in Higher Dimensions
Phys. Lett. A118, 131 (1986)

37. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Finite-Size Scaling for a Relativistic Bose Gas with Pair Production
Phys. Rev. A35, 4814 (1987)

38. J. K. Srivastava, J. A. Kulkarni, S. Ramakrishnan, S. Singh, V. R.
Marathe, G. Chandra, V. S. Darshane and R. Vijayaraghavan
The Spin-Glass Behavior of Disordered Spinel Ferrite Co2TiO4
J. Phys. C20, 2139 (1987)

*39. J. K. Srivastava, S. Ramakrishnan, V. R. Marathe, G. Chandra, R.
Vijayaraghavan, J. A. Kulkarni, V. S. Darshane and S. Singh
Magnetic Behavior of the Co2-xZnxTiO4 and Co2SnO4 Systems
J. Appl. Phys. 61, 3622 (1987)

40. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Spin-Spin Correlations in Finite Systems with /O(n) /Symmetry: Scaling
Hypothesis and Corrections to Bulk Behavior
Phys. Rev. B36, 3769 (1987)

41. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Finite-Size Scaling for a Relativistic Bose Gas in an Einstein Universe
J. Phys. A20, 6357 (1987)

42. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Phase Transition in Finite Systems with /O(n)/ Symmetry: Magnetization
and Susceptibility in the Presence of an External Field
Phys. Rev. B37, 7806 (1988)

43. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Finite-Size Scaling of /O(n)/ Models in Higher Dimensions
Phys. Rev. B38, 2740 (1988)

    Publications from the USA

44. S.-B. Zhu, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Breakdown of Brownian Motion Model in Ultrafast Dynamics
Phys. Rev. A40, 1109 (1989)

45. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Analytical Evaluation of a Class of Lattice Sums in Arbitrary Dimensions
J. Phys. A22, 1883 (1989)

46. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Finite-Size Scaling of /O(n)/ Models with Long Range Interactions
Phys. Rev. B40, 9238 (1989)

*47. G. W. Robinson, S. Singh, R. Krishnan, S.-B. Zhu and J. Lee
Aspects of Modern Condensed Phase Chemistry
J. Phys. Chem. 94, 4 (1990)

48. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Finite-Size Scaling in Arbitrary Dimensions
J. Phys. A23, 4619 (1990)

*49. S. Singh, R. Krishnan and G. W. Robinson
Theory of Activated Rate Processes with Space-Dependent Friction
Chem. Phys. Lett. 175, 338 (1990)

50. S.-B. Zhu, S. Singh, J. Lee and G. W. Robinson
Velocity Dependence of Friction
Chem. Phys. 152, 221 (1991)

51. S.-B. Zhu, S. Yao, J.-B. Zhu, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
A Flexible/Polarizable Simple Point Charge Water Model
J. Phys. Chem. 95, 6211 (1991)

52. S.-B. Zhu, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
A New Flexible/Polarizable Water Model
J. Chem. Phys. 95, 2791 (1991)

53. S. Singh and R. K. Pathria
Exact Results for a Finite-Sized Spherical Model at the Borderline
Dimensionality Four
Phys. Rev. B45, 9759 (1992)

54. R. Krishnan, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Space-Dependent Friction in the Theory of Activated Rate Processes
Phys. Rev. A45, 5408 (1992)

*55. S. Singh, R. Krishnan and G. W. Robinson
Critical Phenomena and Scaling Behavior in Theories of Activated Barrier
Crossing
Phys. Rev. Lett. 68, 2608 (1992)

56. R. Krishnan, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Space-Dependent Friction in the Theory of Activated Rate Processes: The
Hamiltonian Approach
J. Chem. Phys. 97, 5516 (1992)

57. S.-B. Zhu, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Field-Perturbed Water
Adv. Chem. Phys. 85 (3), 627 (1993)

58. S.-B. Zhu, J.-B. Zhu, J. Lee, G. W. Robinson and S. Singh
Ionic Dissociation Dynamics in a Polarizable Liquid
J. Mol. Liq. 57, 91 (1993)

59. M. Vedamuthu, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
The Properties of Liquid Water: Origin of Density Anomalies
J. Phys. Chem. 98, 2222 (1994)

60. S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
A Study of the van der Zwan-Hynes Model for Dipole Isomerization
Reaction Rate from the Point of View of Critical Phenomena
J. Chem. Phys. 100, 6640 (1994)

61. S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Rate Processes in Dissipative Systems: Scaling in the Variational
Transition State Theory
Chem. Phys. 183, 365 (1994)

62. S. Singh, R. Krishnan and G. W. Robinson
Critical Scaling Behavior in the Activated-Barrier-Crossing Problem
Phys. Rev. E49, 2540 (1994)

63. S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Scaling in a Model of Chemical Reaction Rates with Space-Dependent Friction
J. Phys. Chem. 98, 7300 (1994)

64. M. Vedamuthu, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Accurate Mixture-Model Densities for /D_2 O/
J. Phys. Chem. 98, 8591 (1994)

65. S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
A Study of the Quantum Activated Barrier Crossing Problem from the
Viewpoint of Critical Phenomena
J. Phys. Chem. 99, 2764 (1995)

66. C. H. Cho, M. Chung, J. Lee, T. Nguyen, S. Singh, M. Vedamuthu, S.
Yao, J.-B. Zhu and G. W. Robinson
Time- and Space-Resolved Studies of the Physics and Chemistry of Liquid
Water near a Biologically Relevant Surface
J. Phys. Chem. 99, 7806 (1995)

67. S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Study of the Reaction Rate, in the Critical Regime, of a Solute Embedded
in a Lennard-Jones Crystal
J. Chinese Chem. Soc. 42, 367 (1995)

68. M. Vedamuthu, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Properties of Liquid Water. 4. The Isothermal Compressibility Minimum
near 50/C/
J. Phys. Chem. 99, 9263 (1995)

69. S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
An Analytical Study of the Berezhkovskii-Pollak-Zitserman theory of Rate
Processes in the Memory-Suppression Region
Chem. Phys. 198, 257 (1995)

70. S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Critical Scaling Behavior in the Activated Barrier Crossing Problem II.
Power-law Potential
J. Chem. Phys. 103, 4920 (1995)

71. M. Vedamuthu, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
A Simple Relationship Between the Properties of Isotopic Water
J. Phys. Chem. 100, 3825 (1996)

*72. C. H. Cho, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
An Explanation of the Density Maximum in Water
Phys. Rev. Lett. 76, 1651 (1996)

73. M. Vedamuthu, S. Singh, Y. Onganer, D. R. Bessire, M. Yin, E. L.
Quitevis and G. W. Robinson
Universality in Isomerization Reactions in Polar Solvents
J. Phys. Chem. 100, 11907 (1996)

74. S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
An Analytical Study of the Berezhkovskii-Pollak-Zitserman Theory of Rate
Processes in the Critical Region. II. The critical coupling plane
Chem. Phys. 212, 125 (1996)

75. C. H. Cho, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Liquid Water and Biological Systems: The Most Important Problem in
Science that Hardly Anyone Wants to See Solved
Faraday Discuss. 103, 19 (1996)

76. C. H. Cho, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Response to a Comment on Paper Number 72
Phys. Rev. Lett. 79, 180 (1997)

77. C. H. Cho, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Water Anamolies and the Double-well Takahashi Model
Chem. Phys. 232, 329 (1998)

78. J. Urquidi, C. H. Cho, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Temperature and Pressure Effects on the Structure of Water
J. Mol. Structure, 485-486, 363 (1999)

79. C. H. Cho, J. Urquidi, S. Singh and G. W. Robinson
Thermal Offset Viscosities of Liquid /H//_2 O, D_2 O/ and /T_2 O/
J. Phys. Chem. B, 103, 1991 (1999)

*80. J. Urquidi,S. Singh, C. H. Cho and G. W. Robinson
Origin of Temperature and Pressure Effects on the Radial Distribution
Function of Water
Phys. Rev. Lett. 83, 2348 (1999)

81. G. W. Robinson, J. Urquidi, S. Singh and C. H. Cho
Protein Denaturation Described by a Two-State Structure Model of Liquid
Water
Cell and Mol. Biology, 47, 757 (2001)

82. C. H. Cho, J. Urquidi, S. Singh, S. C. Park and G. W. Robinson
Pressure Effect on the Density of Water
J. Phys. Chem. A106(33), 7557 (2002)
83. K. S. Siddiqui, S. A. Bokhari, A. J. Afzal, S. Singh
A novel thermodynamic relationship based on Kramers theory for studying enzyme kinetics under high viscosity
IUBMB life, 56(7), 403 (2004) 

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