Gravitational Properties of Antimatter
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We have been concerned in the previous chapter with the detection of a non-Newtonian interaction via the composition-dependent acceleration differences that such a field would produce for two dissimilar samples of ordinary matter. However, a new intermediate-range force could also give rise to an acceleration difference between matter and antimatter, and hence it is of interest to explore what can be learned from antimatter experiments.
KeywordsDrift Tube Ordinary Matter Newtonian Gravity Weak Equivalence Principle Nuclear Charge Distribution
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