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This book is going to serve as a replacement for the current Modern Physics/Gravity chapter of the Modern Physics book. I had previously not made this chapter into a separate book because there was very little content in it. However, a book about gravity (even if it is a very short book) will be useful as a background for other physics and engineering books.

Preface[edit]

Table of Contents[edit]

  • Law of Gravity
  • Gravitational Constant
  • Gravity as a Vector
  • Gravitational Field
  • Gravitational Flux
  • Relativistic Gravity
  • Quantum Gravity and Gravitons
  • Brans-Dicke theory
  • Super Gravity, and GUTs

Resources[edit]

Existing Pages[edit]

  1. Modern Physics/The Law of Gravitation (split into Gravity/Law of Gravity and Gravity/Gravity as a Vector)
  2. Modern Physics/General relativity (either deleted or redirected to Gravity/Relativistic Gravity)
  3. Modern Physics/Brans-Dicke theory (either deleted or redirected to Grvity/Brans-Dicke Theory)

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Gravity

  • Law of Gravity
  • Gravitational Constant
  • Gravity as a Vector
  • Gravitational Field
  • Gravitational Flux
  • Relativistic Gravity
  • Quantum Gravity and Gravitons
  • Brans-Dicke theory
  • Super Gravity, and GUTs


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