Inertia-acceleration Relation: an Alternative to Dark Matter in Galactic Systems

@inproceedings{Milgrom1994InertiaaccelerationRA,
  title={Inertia-acceleration Relation: an Alternative to Dark Matter in Galactic Systems},
  author={Mordehai Milgrom},
  year={1994}
}
We begin to investigate particle dynamics that is governed by a nonstandard kinetic action of a special form. We are guided by a phenomenological scheme–the modified dynamics (MOND)–that imputes the mass discrepancy, observed in galactic systems, not to the presence of dark matter, but to a departure from Newtonian dynamics below a certain scale of accelerations, ao. The particle’s equation of motion in a potential φ is derived from an action, S, of the form S ∝ Sk[~r(t), ao]− ∫ φ dt. The limit… CONTINUE READING

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