Fermi constant

Fermi constant

[′fer·mē ‚kän·stənt]
(nuclear physics)
A universal constant, introduced in beta-disintegration theory, that expresses the strength of the interaction between the transforming nucleon and the electron-neutrino field.
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F] is Fermi constant of weak interaction (obtained from the [mu]-decay rate).