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- Does the math constant Phi (Φ = 1.618) or its inverse appear in "fundamental" physics formulae?

I know Phi appears often when modelling exponential growth and, probably because of that, also in Biology/Ecology. But does it appear spontaneously in the mathematical description of some fundamental physics phenomenon at all? (As does Pi, the ubiquitous irrational number)

Hope I'm posting on the right forum. Thanks in advance

Hope I'm posting on the right forum. Thanks in advance