cosmological constant

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cosmological constant (plural cosmological constants)

  1. (physics) A term added by Albert Einstein to his equations of general relativity in order to account for a supposed static universe, since used to describe vacuum energy as a form of dark energy.

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Usually given the symbol Λ (lambda) in equations.

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