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Quantitative relationship between clock gravitational 'red-shift' violations and nonuniversality of free-fall rates in nonmetric theories of gravity

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DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.11.245
OAI: oai:inspirehep.net:107209
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When we assume conservation of energy (absence of perpetual motion of the first kind), a generally valid quantitative relationship is derived between possible violations of the clock gravitational "red-shift" effect, δνν=δU(1+ξ)c2, ξ≠0 indicating violation, and nonuniversality of free-fall rates which can occur in nonmetric theories of gravity.

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