Experimental Gravitation, Proceedings of the INT Symposium on Experimental Gravitation, 26 June - 2 July 1993, Nathiagali, Pakistan
Munawar Karim, Asghar Qadir
Taylor & Francis, Jun 29, 1994 - Science - 382 pages
Experimental gravitation covers a wide and thriving area, of interest both to theoreticians and experimentalists. The timescale involved for completion of experiments has, however, meant that relatively little material is published to date.
These proceedings provide an up to date account of recent developments from respected workers in the field.
For researchers in experimental and theoretical gravitation, classical and quantum gravity, and in general relativity and cosmology.
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