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Malvia

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where:

- l is the length of the prongs.
- E is the Young's modulus.
- I is the second moment of area of the cross-section.
- ρ is the density of the material.
- A is the cross-sectional area of the prongs.

Note that for atomic clocks (moving electrons), light clock (moving photons), muons there is an inner mechanism where motion of inner particles is causing the T of these clocks, so there is an intuitive sense in T formula being affected. But in a rigid structure clock such as a tuning fork clock, do we not have a paradox of sorts?