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Form factor or form-factor may refer to:
- Form factor (design), an aspect of design which defines and prescribes the size, shape, and other physical specifications of hardware components, particularly in electronics and electronic packaging
- Form factor (quantum field theory), a semi-empirical formula used in effective quantum field theories
- Atomic form factor, or atomic scattering factor, a measure of the amplitude of a wave scattered from an isolated atom
- Electric form factor, the Fourier transform of electric charge distribution in space
- Magnetic form factor, the Fourier transform of an electric current distribution in space
- Computer form factor, the specifications of computer motherboards
- Form factor (electronics), characterizing the functional form of oscillating signals
- Form factor (radiative transfer) or view factor, the proportion of energy transmitted by that object which can be transferred to another object
- Form factor in timber metrics, referring to tree shape
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