Measurement Techniques

, Volume 46, Issue 2, pp 115–120 | Cite as

Influence of the Temperature of a Body on Its Weight

  • A. L. Dmitriev
  • E. M. Nikushchenko
  • V. S. Snegov


The physical preconditions are considered for the temperature of a body to influence the force of gravity experienced by it. The results are given of experiments on weighing metal rods heated by ultrasound which confirm a dependence of the weight of the rods on their temperature.

temperature of a body weight heating ultrasound metal rods 


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  • A. L. Dmitriev
  • E. M. Nikushchenko
  • V. S. Snegov

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