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Math & Scientific Constants

LabVIEW 2018 Help

Edition Date: March 2018
Part Number: 371361R-01
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Owning Palette: Express Numeric Functions, Numeric Functions

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Use the Math & Scientific Constants to create LabVIEW applications.

The following constants are Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA) 2006 values. Some of the constants on this palette have units.

Avogadro Constant (1/mol)

Returns the value 6.022140857e23.

Base 10 Logarithm of e

Returns the value 0.43429448190325183.

Elementary Charge (C)

Returns the value 1.6021766208e–19 .

Gravitational Constant (N m2/kg2)

Returns the value 6.67408e–11.

Molar Gas Constant (J/(mol K))

Returns the value 8.3144598.

Natural Logarithm Base

Returns the value 2.7182818284590452.

Natural Logarithm of Pi

Returns the value 1.1447298858494002.

Natural Logarithm of 2

Returns the value 0.69314718055994531.

Natural Logarithm of 10

Returns the value 2.3025850929940597.


Returns the value 3.1415926535897932.

Pi Divided by 2

Returns the value 1.5707963267948966.

Pi Multiplied by 2

Returns the value 6.2831853071795865.

Planck's Constant (J s)

Returns the value 6.626070040e–34.

Reciprocal of e

Returns the value 0.36787944117144232.

Reciprocal of Pi

Returns the value 0.31830988618379067.

Rydberg Constant (1/m)

Returns the value 10973731.568508.

Speed of Light in Vacuum (m/sec)

Returns the value 299792458.


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