- Gamma (disambiguation)
is the third letter of the Greek alphabet.Gamma may also refer to:Gamma **cience and mathematics****General***

Gamma wave , a type of brain wave

*Latin gamma , used as an IPA symbol for voiced velar fricative, and in the alphabets of African languages

*Tropical Storm Gamma (2005) , an Atlantic tropical storm**Lower case, γ***

Gamma correction , a property of images and video displays

*Gamma ray , also gamma radiation, an electromagnetic ray

* Adiabatic index orheat capacity ratio , the ratio of the heat capacity at constant pressure to that at constant volume

*gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid , a narcotic (GHB)

*Lindane or gamma-hexachlorocyclohexane, an insecticide

*Bayer designation , the third brightest star

*Euler–Mascheroni constant , a mathematical constant

*Photon , seen as an elementary particle in physics

*Lorentz factor in relativity theory and astronomy

*Propagation constant of an electromagnetic wave

*Voiced velar fricative in phonetics

* Body effect on threshold voltage in field-effect transistor technology**Upper case, Γ***

Gamma distribution , a probability distribution function

*Gamma function , a mathematical function

*Christoffel symbols in general relativity

*Circulation (fluid dynamics)

*Reflection coefficient in electrical engineering

* The rate of change of the delta in theGreeks (finance)

* Center of theBrillouin zone

*Feferman–Schütte ordinal Γ_{0}**Technology*** Gamma software, a stage in the software release life cycle

*Gamma correction , in video, graphics, color spaces, and photographic imaging

*Elias gamma coding , in computer science, encoding, compression

*GM Gamma platform , a subcompact automobile platform by General Motors

*Bristol Siddeley Gamma , a family of British rocket engines

* "Design Patterns ", a software engineering book by Erich Gamma et al.**Popular culture***

Gamma (band) , a rock band

* E-102 Gamma, one of the E-Series (Sonic the Hedgehog) characters in the "Sonic the Hedgehog" series of video games**ee also***

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