Table of physical constants

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Table of universal constantsEdit

Quantity Symbol Value Relative Standard Uncertainty
characteristic impedance of vacuum   376.730 313 461... Ω defined
electric constant (permittivity of free space)   8.854 187 817... × 10-12F·m-1 defined
magnetic constant (permeability of free space)   4π × 10-7 N·A-2 = 1.2566 370 614... × 10-6 N·A-2 defined
gravitational constant (Newtonian constant of gravitation)   6.6742(10) × 10-11m3·kg-1·s-2 1.5 × 10-4
Planck's constant   6.626 0693(11) × 10-34 J·s 1.7 × 10-7
Dirac's constant   1.054 571 68(18) × 10-34 J·s 1.7 × 10-7
speed of light in vacuum   299 792 458 m·s-1 defined

Table of electromagnetic constantsEdit

Quantity Symbol Value1 (SI units) Relative Standard Uncertainty
Bohr magneton   927.400 949(80) × 10-26 J·T-1 8.6 × 10-8
conductance quantum   7.748 091 733(26) × 10-5 S 3.3 × 10-9
Coulomb's constant   8.987 742 438 × 109 N·m2C-2 defined
elementary charge   1.602 176 53(14) × 10-19 C 8.5 × 10-8
Josephson constant   483 597.879(41) × 109 Hz· V-1 8.5 × 10-8
magnetic flux quantum   2.067 833 72(18) × 10-15 Wb 8.5 × 10-8
nuclear magneton   5.050 783 43(43) × 10-27 J·T-1 8.6 × 10-8
resistance quantum   12 906.403 725(43) Ω 3.3 × 10-9
von Klitzing constant   25 812.807 449(86) Ω 3.3 × 10-9

Table of atomic and nuclear constantsEdit

Quantity Symbol Value1 (SI units) Relative Standard Uncertainty
Bohr radius   0.529 177 2108(18) × 10-10 m 3.3 × 10-9
Fermi coupling constant   1.166 39(1) × 10-5 GeV-2 8.6 × 10-6
fine structure constant   7.297 352 568(24) × 10-3 3.3 × 10-9
Hartree energy   4.359 744 17(75) × 10-18 J 1.7 × 10-7
quantum of circulation   3.636 947 550(24) × 10-4 m2 s-1 6.7 × 10-9
Rydberg constant   10 973 731.568 525(73) m-1 6.6 × 10-12
Thomson cross section   0.665 245 873(13) × 10-28 m2 2.0 × 10-8
Weinberg angle|weak mixing angle   0.222 15(76) 3.4 × 10-3

Table of physico-chemical constantsEdit

Quantity Symbol Value1 (SI units) Relative Standard Uncertainty
atomic mass constant (unified atomic mass unit)   1.660 538 86(28) × 10-27 kg 1.7 × 10-7
Avogadro's number   6.0221417(10) × 1023 1.7 × 10-7
Boltzmann constant   1.380 6505(24) × 10-23 J·K-1 1.8 × 10-6
Faraday constant   96 485.3383(83)C·mol-1 8.6 × 10-8
first radiation constant   3.741 771 38(64) × 10-16 W·m2 1.7 × 10-7
for spectral radiance   1.191 042 82(20) × 10-16 W · m2 sr-1 1.7 × 10-7
Loschmidt constant at  =273.15 K and  =101.325 kPa   2.686 7773(47) × 1025 m-3 1.8 × 10-6
gas constant   8.314 472(15) J·K-1·mol-1 1.7 × 10-6
molar Planck constant   3.990 312 716(27) × 10-10 J · s · mol-1 6.7 × 10-9
molar volume of an ideal gas at  =273.15 K and  =100 kPa   22.710 981(40) × 10-3 m3 ·mol-1 1.7 × 10-6
at  =273.15 K and  =101.325 kPa 22.413 996(39) × 10-3 m3 ·mol-1 1.7 × 10-6
Sackur-Tetrode constant at  =1 K and  =100 kPa  
 
-1.151 7047(44) 3.8 × 10-6
at  =1 K and  =101.325 kPa -1.164 8677(44) 3.8 × 10-6
second radiation constant   1.438 7752(25) × 10-2 m·K 1.7 × 10-6
Stefan-Boltzmann constant   5.670 400(40) × 10-8 W·m-2·K-4 7.0 × 10-6
Wien displacement law constant   4.965 114 231... 2.897 7685(51) × 10-3 m · K 1.7 × 10-6

Table of adopted valuesEdit

Quantity Symbol Value (SI units) Relative Standard Uncertainty
conventional value of Josephson constant2   483 597.9 × 109 Hz · V-1 defined
conventional value of von Klitzing constant3   25 812.807 Ω defined
molar mass constant   1 × 10-3 kg · mol-1 defined
of carbon-12   12 × 10-3 kg · mol−1 defined
standard acceleration of gravity (free fall on Earth)   9.806 65 m·s-2 defined
standard atmosphere   101 325 Pa defined

NotesEdit

1The values are given in the so-called concise form; the number in brackets is the standard uncertainty, which is the value multiplied by the relative standard uncertainty.
2This is the value adopted internationally for realizing representations of the volt using the Josephson effect.
3This is the value adopted internationally for realizing representations of the ohm using the quantum Hall effect.

See alsoEdit