Gravitational Measurements, Fundamental Metrology and Constants [E-Book] / edited by Venzo De Sabbata, V. N. Melnikov.
Melnikov, V. N., (editor)
Sabbata, Venzo De, (editor)
Dordrecht : Springer, 1988
VII, 552 p. online resource.
NATO ASI Series, Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences ; 230
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Table of Contents:
  • Can we Calculate the Fundamental Dimensionless Constants of Physics?
  • Observables in General Relativity
  • The Quantum Hall Effect Part I: Basic Experiments
  • Quantum Hall Effect Part II: Metrological Applications
  • Fundamental Physical Constants
  • Variability of the Physical Constants
  • The Measurement Problem of the General Matter Field Theory as Required by the Copenhagen School
  • On the Relations between Fundamental Constants
  • Quantum Electrodynamics and Fundamental Constants
  • Searching for the Source of the Fifth Force
  • Lorentz noninvariance and the Universality of free fall in Quasi-Riemannian Gravity
  • Status of the Newtonian Gravitational Constant
  • Time Variation of the Gravitational Constant
  • The Supernova SN 1987A and the Neutrino Mass
  • The Fifth Force Experiment at the TIFR
  • Analysis of Ground States of General Relativity Theory and Relativistic Theory of Gravitation
  • Gravitational-Relativistic Metrology
  • Gravitational Waves
  • The Gravitational Wave Experiment of the Rome Group. Data Recorded during SN1987A
  • Solar-System Tests of General Relativity, the Transition to Second Order
  • The Weyl-Dirac Theory and the Variation of the Gravitational Constant
  • Selected Problems of Gravitational Wave Experiment
  • Introductory Lectures on the Physics of High Energy Densities: Theories, Models, Measurements
  • Detectors of Laboratory Gravitation Experiments and a new Method of Measuring G
  • to the Theory of Fields in Finsler Spaces
  • Neutrinos, Gravitons, Metrology and Gravitational Radiation
  • On Quirino Majorana’s Papers Regarding Gravitational Absorption
  • I: Quelques Recherches sur l’Absorption de la Gravitation par la Matière
  • II: Theoretical and Experimental Researches on Gravitation.