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Journal of Undergraduate Research (JUR), University of Utah (1992), Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 5661.
Jeffrey F. Gold
Department of Physics, Department of Mathematics
University of Utah
Abstract
Many attempts have been made to equate gravitational forces with manifestations of other phenomena. In these remarks we explore the consequences of formulating gravitational forces as asymmetric Coulomb charge interactions. This is contrary to some established theories, for the model predicts differential accelerations dependent on the elemental composition of the test mass. The
predicted di erentials of acceleration of various elemental masses are compared to those differentials that have been obtained experimentally. Although the model turns out to fail, the construction of this model is a useful intellectual and pedagogical exercise.
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