Why does gravity give a constant acceleration and centrifuge?
Normally if there is 1 kg object and I apply 10 N force it would accelerate at 10m/s. Here the acceleration is determined by the mass of object. How does gravity in the absense of resistance make objects travel at a fixed acceleration?
In a centrifuge a force equivalent to double or triple gravity is used. Does this force give a constant acceleration (9.8m/s2) like gravity too. How is that done?
Re: Why does gravity give a constant acceleration and centrifuge?
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