Advances in testing the effect of acceleration on time dilation using a synchrotron M ö ssbauer source

New results, additional techniques and know-how acquired, developed and employed in a recent HC-1898 experiment at the Nuclear Resonance Beamline ID18 of ESRF are presented, in the quest to explore the acceleration effect on time dilation. Using the specially modified Synchrotron M ö ssbauer Source and KB-optics together with a rotating single-line semicircular M ö ssbauer absorber on the rim of a specially designed rotating disk, the aim was to measure the relative spectral shift between the spectra of two states when the acceleration of the absorber is anti-parallel and parallel to the source. A control system was used for the first time and a method to quantify the effects of non-random vibrations on the spectral shift was developed. For several runs where the effect of these vibrations was negligible, a stable statistically significant non-zero relative shift was observed. This suggests the influence of acceleration on time.
Source: Journal of Synchrotron Radiation - Category: Physics Authors: Tags: acceleration time dilation รถ ssbauer spectrum research papers Source Type: research

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