New Experimental Limits on Macroscopic Forces Below 100 Microns

@inproceedings{Long2002NewEL,
  title={New Experimental Limits on Macroscopic Forces Below 100 Microns},
  author={Joshua C. Long and Hilton W. Chan and Allison B. Churnside and Eric A. Gulbis and Michael C. M. Varney and John C. Price},
  year={2002}
}
.G Resultsofan experim entalsearch fornew m acroscopic forceswith Yukawa range between 5 and 500 m icronsare presented. The experim entuses1 kH z m echanicaloscillators astestm asses with a sti(cid:11) conducting shield between them to suppressbackgrounds. N o signalis observed above the instrum entaltherm alnoise after22 hoursofintegration tim e.These resultsprovide the strongest lim itsto date between 10 and 100 m icrons,im prove on previouslim itsby asm uch asthree orders ofm agnitude,and… 

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