- newtonian constant of gravitation
- gravitational c.

*Medical dictionary.
2011.*

- newtonian constant of gravitation
- gravitational c.

*Medical dictionary.
2011.*

**gravitation**— gravitational, adj. gravitationally, adv. /grav i tay sheuhn/, n. 1. Physics. a. the force of attraction between any two masses. Cf. law of gravitation. b. an act or process caused by this force. 2. a sinking or falling … Universalium**gravitation**— The force of attraction between any two bodies in the universe, varying directly as the product of their masses and inversely as the square of the distance between their centers; expressed as F = Gm1m2l−2, where G (Newtonian constant of g.) =… … Medical dictionary**constant**— A quantity that, under stated conditions, does not vary with changes in the environment. association c. 1. in experimental immunology, a mathematical expression of hapten antibody interaction : average association c., K = [hapten bound… … Medical dictionary**Gravitational constant**— The gravitational constant G is a key quantity in Newton s law of universal gravitation. The gravitational constant, denoted G, is an empirical physical constant involved in the calculation of the gravitational attraction between objects with… … Wikipedia**Gravitation**— is a natural phenomenon by which objects with mass attract one another [http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/physics/Relativity/GR/grav speed.html Does Gravity Travel at the Speed of Light?] , UCR Mathematics . 1998. Retrieved 3 July 2008] . In everyday … Wikipedia**Gravitational coupling constant**— The gravitational coupling constant, αG, is a fundamental physical constant, the coupling constant characterizing the gravitational attraction between two elementary particles with charge and nonzero mass. αG is also a dimensionless quantity, so… … Wikipedia**Planck constant**— Planck s relation redirects here. For the law governing black body radiation, see Planck s law. Values of h Units 6.62606957(29)×10−34 J·s[1] 4.135 … Wikipedia**Newtonian motivations for general relativity**— Some of the basic concepts of General Relativity can be outlined outside the relativistic domain. In particular, the idea that mass/energy generates curvature in space and that curvature affects the motion of masses can be illustrated in a… … Wikipedia**Newton's law of universal gravitation**— Classical mechanics Newton s Second Law History of classical mechanics … Wikipedia**Modified Newtonian dynamics**— MOND redirects here. For other uses, see Mond. In physics, Modified Newtonian dynamics (MOND) is a hypothesis that proposes a modification of Newton s law of gravity to explain the galaxy rotation problem. When the uniform velocity of rotation of … Wikipedia