## Development of a Superconducting Gravity Gradiometer for a Test of the Inverse Square Law |

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acceleration accelerometers accuracy angular autocollimator calculate central gradient Chapter common mode cover pieces cryostat current is stored cylinder cylinder axis cylindrical shell described in section detected dewar diameter differential mode differential motion differential readout differential SQUID displacement distance Doctor of Philosophy equations of motion experiment exponentially flux creep folded cantilever force law function gives gradiometer axis gravity gradient Gravity Gradiometer horizontal gradients inductance instrument integration inverse square law linear lock-in amplifier Long's lowest order measured minimum Q Newtonian Newtonian limit niobium niobium wire normal mode orbit persistent current Poisson's equation position proof mass subassemblies proof masses readout circuit readout coil resonant frequency result scale factor section 1.2 sensitive axis shown in figure signal spring constant superconducting temperature term test particle tilt tion torsion balance tuning loop vertical violation Yukawa potential zero