How to use Nu(ν) symbol in LaTeX?

Type of symbolGreek small letter
Package (requirement)No
Latex command\nu
Example\nu → ν

Nu(ν) symbol in LaTeX

To print the Nu symbol in a LaTeX document, you just need to use LaTeX’s default command \nu.

   \[ \nu Z.\left(\bigvee _{a\in A}\langle a\rangle \top \wedge \bigwedge _{a\in A}[a]Z\right) \]
   \[ [\nu]=\frac{m^2}{s} \]
   \[ \nu =\frac{\mu}{\rho} \]
   \[ \nu =-{\frac{d\varepsilon _{{\mathrm{trans}}}}{d\varepsilon _{{\mathrm{axial}}}}} \]

Output :

Use nu symbol in latex.

Upright nu symbol in LaTeX

To print the upright Nu Greek symbol in a LaTeX document you need to use a package called upgreek.

This package provides a command called upnu that allows you to print this symbol into a document.

   \[ \verb|\nu|\rightarrow \nu \quad \verb|\upnu|\rightarrow \upnu \]
   \[ [\upnu]=\frac{m^2}{s} \]
   \[ \upnu =\frac{\mu}{\rho} \]
   \[ \upnu =-{\frac{d\varepsilon _{{\mathrm{trans}}}}{d\varepsilon _{{\mathrm{axial}}}}} \]

Output :

Use upright nu symbol in latex.

Use bold nu symbol

Also, if you want to print the nu and upright nu symbols in bold, this is not possible with LaTeX’s default command \mathbf{}. For this you need a package called bm.

Using the \bm command included in this package, you can easily print these symbols in bold in a latex document. Take a look

   \[ \verb|\mathbf{\nu}|\rightarrow \mathbf{\nu} \]
   \[ \verb|\mathbf{\nu}| \rightarrow \mathbf{\upnu}\]
   \[ \verb|\bm{\nu}|\rightarrow \bm{\nu} \]
   \[ \verb|\bm{\upnu}|\rightarrow \bm{\upnu} \]

Output :

Bold nu symbol in latex.

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