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ScientificConstants

  

GetConstants

  

list the full names or symbols of all physical constants

 

Calling Sequence

Parameters

Description

Examples

Calling Sequence

GetConstants( 'names', 'derivedfrom'=Const )

Parameters

'names'

-

(optional); specify that the full names be returned

Const

-

(optional) symbol; return physical constants that are derived from Const

Description

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The GetConstants() command returns an expression sequence containing the symbols of the physical constants in the ScientificConstants package.

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The GetConstants( 'names' ) command returns an expression sequence containing the full names of the physical constants in the ScientificConstants package.

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The GetConstants( 'derivedfrom'=Const ) command returns an expression sequence containing the symbols of the physical constants that are directly derived from the constant of name or symbol Const.

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The GetConstants( 'names', 'derivedfrom'=Const ) command returns an expression sequence containing the full names of the physical constants that are directly derived from the constant of name or symbol Const.

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The sequence of names or symbols is sorted alphabetically.

Examples

withScientificConstants:

GetConstants

A[r](alpha),A[r](d),A[r](e),A[r](h),A[r](n),A[r](p),Eh,F,G,G0,KJ,MEarth,MSun,Mu,NA,Φ0,R,REarth,RK,R∞,Vm,Z0,a0,ae,aμ,α,b,c,c1,L,c1,c2,e,ε0,g,ge,gμ,gn,gp,γe,γn,γp,gamma_primeh,gamma_primep,h,hbar,k,lP,λC,μ,λC,n,λC,p,λC,τ,λC,mP,mα,md,me,m[e]/m[mu],mh,mμ,mn,mp,mτ,m[tau]c^2,mu,μ0,μB,μN,μd,mu[d]/mu[e],μe,mu[e]/mu[p],mu[e]/mu_prime[p],μμ,μn,mu[n]/mu_prime[p],μp,mu_primeh,mu_prime[h]/mu_prime[p],mu_primep,n0,re,σ,σe,sigma_primep,tP

(1)

GetConstantsnames,derivedfrom=G

Planck_length,Planck_mass,Planck_time

(2)

See Also

Details of Commands for Physical Constants

Initial Physical Constants

ScientificConstants

ScientificConstants[GetConstant]

ScientificConstants[HasConstant]

 


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