# What is mu in physics?

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- As a prefix for measurements to represent (
#1*10^-6# ) - Represent the coefficient of friction
- To represent reduced mass in a two-body problem
- To represent mass per unit length in strings and other objects that appear one-dimensional
- To represent permeability of a material, how well it can support the formation of a magnetic field within itself.
- To represent the magnetic moment.
- To represent dynamic viscosity
- To represent electrical mobility of a charged particle
- To represent the muon (
#mu# ) and antimuon (#bar(mu)# ) - In thermodynamics to represent the chemical potential of a system or component of a system.

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