The mathematical micro symbol μ can be found on the Android and iPhone keyboards.
In this article, we will outline the steps to make a micro sign using your Google Gboard keyboard app, the default keyboard for the Google Pixel range, and Android phones. Without further ado, here are the steps how to find the micro symbol on your Android phone.
How to Make a Micro (μ) Symbol Text On Android
In order to make a Micro Symbol Text on an Android phone, follow the steps on your phone’s keyboard below:
- Tap ?123
- Tap =\<
- Long press the pi sign π
- You will see the symbols Ω, Π, and π. Swipe to the rightmost option, which is the micro symbol (μ).
How to Copy and Paste Micro Symbol Text
In case you would like to save time and simply copy and paste the Micro Symbol, simply click on the text below. It will copy the content to your personal clipboard, from which you can choose where to paste it.
To copy and paste the micro symbol text, simply click the text below and copy it on your keyboard. After, you can paste it where needed.
|Copy μ||Click here|
How to Make a Micro Symbol Emoji On Android
Currently, there is no Emoji for a micro symbol. You will have to stick to the micro symbol text.
What does the Micro Symbol Mean?
The Greek letter μ is used to denote the micro symbol. It is used as a prefix to indicate one-millionth or 10−6. In the absence of a Greek symbol, the prefix mc may also be used. 100 micrograms, for instance, can be expressed as either 100 mcg or 100 μg.
Other representations of micro (μ) are the following:
|Ramanujan –Soldner constant||μ ≈ 1.45136…|
|Population Mean||μ = (Σ Xi ) / N|
|Rotor Advance Factor||μ = V∞/Ωr|
|Amplification Factor||Ratio of the change in anode voltage ΔVa to the change in grid voltage ΔVg, with anode current held constant.|
|Mu Opiate Receptor||Treatment for pain.|
|Mutation Rate||Frequency of new mutations in a single gene or organism over a period of time.|
|Reduced Mass||Effective inertial mass in the two-body problem of Newtonian mechanics. It has the dimensions of mass and unit kg.|
|Standard Gravitational Orbit||Used in celestial mechanics. Computes the gravitational parameter of a celestial body as a product of the gravitational constant G and the mass M of the bodies.|