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The notion of gravitational mass of a composite body is known to be non-trivial in general relativity and related to the following paradoxes.
This has physicists puzzled, but it could be explained if gravitational mass was not the same as inertial mass, which is a paradigm in physics.
It is largely believed that the newtonian gravitation supports the paradigm of the gravitational mass.
The time dependence of gravitational mass can be seen from (35) and (28).
That the virtual gravitational mass of the free neutron equals one electron-mass may be seen from the following equation, which interestingly shows the ratio between radii [r.
The ratio between the gravitational mass and the substantial mass is,