Stronger constraints on non-Newtonian gravity from the Casimir effect
Journal of Physics a-Mathematical and Theoretical 41,16 (2008) 164054;
We review new constraints on the Yukawa-type corrections to Newtonian gravity obtained recently from gravitational experiments and from the measurements of the Casimir force. Special attention is paid to the constraints following from the most precise dynamic determination of the Casimir pressure between the two parallel plates by means of a micromechanical torsional oscillator. The possibility of setting limits on the predictions of chameleon field theories using the results of gravitational experiments and Casimir force measurements is discussed.
Physics, Multidisciplinary;; Physics, Mathematical
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