Fizeau effect

Fizeau effect

[′fē′zō i‚fekt]
(optics)
The change in the speed of light in a material medium that results from the motion of the medium relative to the source and to the observer.
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Among the topics are gravitational searches for Lorentz violations with matter and astrophysics, the emergence of gauge invariance from nambu models, astroparticles and tests of Lorentz invariance, an angstrom-scale short-range Yukawa-interaction search using neutron interferometry and the neutron Fizeau effect, and the impact of Lorentz violation on the Klein tunneling effect.