It is well known that the momentum distribution of the two-component Fermi gas with large scattering length has a tail proportional to $1/k^4$ at large $k$. We show that the magnitude of this tail is equal to the adiabatic derivative of the energy with respect to the reciprocal of the scattering length, multiplied by a simple constant. This result holds at any temperature (as long as the effective interaction radius is negligible) and any large scattering length; it also applies to few-body… CONTINUE READING