Proposal to Measure Possible Violations of the G-Universality at the 10-10 Level of Accuracy on the Earth’s Surface
Newton’s theory of gravity assumes that the source of the gravitational force is the inertial mass. As a consequence of this hypothesis and of Newton’s second law, the acceleration of a body in the presence of a gravitational field is assumed to be independent of its mass (g-universality).
KeywordsAngular Acceleration Free Fall Principal Moment Torsion Balance Shot Noise Limit
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