[ uht-vuhsh, et-; Hungarian œt-vœsh ]
/ ˈʌt vʌʃ, ˈɛt-; Hungarian ˈœt vœʃ /
an experiment to confirm that all materials respond equally to gravity and that gravitational mass and inertial mass are equivalent.
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Compare equivalence principle.
Origin of Eötvös experiment
named after Roland Eötvös (1848–1919), Hungarian physicist, who first performed the experiment
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