Borrowed from Ancient Greek ταῦ (taû). The physics sense was coined by American physicist Martin Perl.
tau (plural taus)
- The letter Τ/τ in the Greek, Hebrew and ancient Semitic alphabets, being the nineteenth letter of the Classical and Modern Greek, the twenty-first letter of Old and Ancient Greek.
- A Τ-shaped sign or structure; a Saint Anthony's cross, sometimes regarded as a sacred symbol.
- (physics, dated) A tau meson, now usually known as a kaon.
- (physics) An unstable heavy lepton, which decays into a muon or electron; a tauon.
- (biology) Tau protein, a type of protein that stabilizes microtubules in the human central nervous system, failures of which are associated with forms of dementia.
- (finance) A measurement of the sensitivity of the value of an option to changes in the implied volatility of the price of the underlying asset.
- (mathematics, neologism) An irrational and transcendental constant representing the ratio of the circumference of a Euclidean circle to its radius, approximately 6.2831853071; equal to twice the value of pi. Often written τ.
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