Gravitational Experiments in the Laboratory

@inproceedings{Chen1993GravitationalEI,
  title={Gravitational Experiments in the Laboratory},
  author={Y. Chen and A. Cook},
  year={1993}
}
1. Introduction 2. The linear oscillator driven by thermal noise and with electrical damping 3. External sources of noise, and design of experiments 4. The weak principle of equivalence 5. Verification of the weak principle of equivalence for free particles 6. Newtonian attractors of extended bodies 7. Experimental tests of the inverse square law 8. The constant of gravitation 9. Conclusion References Index. 
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