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Φ

The 21st letter of the Greek alphabet, phi. Symbol for phenyl; symbol for quantum yield (π).

phi (φ, Φ),

(),
1. The 21st letter of the Greek alphabet.
2. (Φ) Symbol for phenyl; potential energy; magnetic flux.
3. (φ) Symbol for plane angle; volume fraction; quantum yield; the dihedral angle of rotation about the N-Cα bond associated with a peptide bond.

phi

[fī]
Φ, φ, the twenty-first letter of the Greek alphabet.

PHI

Abbreviation for:
passive haemagglutination inhibition
personal health information
phagocytosis index
phosphate isomerase
primary HIV infection
primary hyperoxaluria
private health insurance
Professionalising Health Informatics, see there  
protected health information

Φ

Abbreviation for phenyl;
phi.

PHI

Abbreviation for protected health information.

phi

(φ, Φ) ()
1. The 21st letter of the Greek alphabet (φ).
2. Phenyl; potential energy; magnetic flux (Φ).
3. Plane angle; volume fraction; quantum yield; the dihedral angle of rotation about the N-Cα bond associated with a peptide bond (φ).

PHI,

phi

the twenty-first letter of the Greek alphabet, φ; or φ;.
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