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The Theory Of Gravity by A. A. Logunov

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The Theory Of Gravity
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Publisher: arXiv
ISBN/ASIN: 5020226998
Number of pages: 255

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In the framework of the special theory of relativity, the relativistic theory of gravitation is constructed. The energy-momentum tensor density of all the matter fields is treated as a source of the gravitational field. The energy-momentum and the angular momentum conservation laws are fulfilled in this theory. Such an approach permits us to unambiguously construct the gravitational field theory as a gauge theory.

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