## Gravity-superconductors Interactions: Theory and ExperimentRecent developments in gravity-superconductivity interactions have been summarized by several researchers. If gravitation has to be eventually reconciled with quantum mechanics, the macroscopic quantum character of superconductors might actually matter. This e-book attempts to answer one key question relating to gravity research: Is it possible to generate gravity-like fields by condensed-matter systems, in conditions accessible in a laboratory? General Relativity and lowest-order Quantum Gravity predict in this case very small emission rates, so these phenomena can only become relevant if some strong quantum effect occurs. This e-book is unique in its genre as it maintains a careful balance between different techniques and approaches in gravity and superconductivity research. It will be of interest for researchers in General Relativity and gravitation theories, in field theory, in experimental gravitation, in low-temperature and high-temperature superconductivity and in more applied fields such as telecommunications and beam propulsion technology. |

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### Contents

Preface
| 1 |

List of contributors
| 2 |

Chapter 01
| 3 |

Chapter 02
| 23 |

Chapter 03
| 58 |

Chapter 04
| 74 |

Chapter 05
| 105 |

Chapter 06
| 132 |

Chapter 08
| 169 |

Chapter 09
| 183 |

Chapter 10
| 203 |

Chapter 11
| 229 |

Chapter 12
| 271 |

Chapter 13
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Chapter 07
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