The Tau ( Greek neuter Ταυ, today's debate taf; Τ majuscule, minuscule τ ) is the 19th letter of the Greek alphabet. It has after the Milesian principle a numerical value of 300


Called The little dew

  • In mathematics (specifically in number theory ), the divider number function as an alternative to circle number π ( τ = 2π )
  • Goodman and Kruskal's tau
  • The period
  • The τ - lepton
  • The time constant of
  • The temperature or the temperature constant
  • The dew point
  • Transmittance
  • The time constant during the charging and discharging of capacitors, see RC element
  • The time constant during the charging or discharging of the coil; it is the ratio of inductance and resistance wire
  • Transmission level of photometric measurements
  • A subunit of DNA polymerase III
  • Cycle time
  • Shear stress
  • The tau or cross of St. Anthony, also a symbol of the Franciscan Order.