The gyromagnetic ratio of a particle is the ratio of its magnetic dipole moment to its angular momentum. It is also known as the magnetogyric ratio and is denoted by the symbol γ (gamma) and Helion Gyromagnetic Ratio is denoted by symbol γ_{h}. This constant is more related to g-factor constant, except that g-factor is dimensionless. The value of Helion Gyromagnetic Ratio γ_{h} = 32.434 101 98[90] e^{+6}.

The gyromagnetic ratio of a particle is the ratio of its magnetic dipole moment to its angular momentum. It is also known as the magnetogyric ratio and is denoted by the symbol γ (gamma) and Helion Gyromagnetic Ratio is denoted by symbol γ_{h}. This constant is more related to g-factor constant, except that g-factor is dimensionless. The value of Helion Gyromagnetic Ratio γ_{h} = 32.434 101 98[90] e^{+6}.