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Further remarks on the inequlity of the inertial and gravitational masses in general relativity
V. I. Denisov, A. A. Logunov
The definition for the energy of an isolated system in general relativity that was introduced by Einstein and supported by Klein is analyzed once more in detail. It is shown that the definition is not physically correct, since it leads to a vanishing value of the energy for any system that satisfies Einstein's conditions. However, the abandonment of these conditions also does not enable one to solve the problem of energy in general relativity; as is shown for the example of the Schwarzschild solution, the inertial mass of a spherically symmetric body in this case is not equal to its gravitational mass.
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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1990, 85:1, 1022–1028
V. I. Denisov, A. A. Logunov, “Further remarks on the inequlity of the inertial and gravitational masses in general relativity”, TMF, 85:1 (1990), 16–24; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 85:1 (1990), 1022–1028
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