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Non-Riemannian gravity and the Einstein-Proca system
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1996-08-01
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Dereli, T
Onder, M
Schray, J
Tucker, RW
Wang, C
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We argue that all Einstein-Maxwell or Einstein-Proca solutions to general relativity may be used to construct a large class of solutions (involving torsion and non-metricity) to theories of non-Riemannian gravitation that have been recently discussed in the literature.
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T. Dereli, M. Onder, J. Schray, R. Tucker, and C. Wang, “Non-Riemannian gravity and the Einstein-Proca system,” 1996. Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/67996.