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Transmission Coefficient

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Mar27-08, 10:45 AM
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Work out, with full details, the transmission coefficient for the finite square barrier given by:

T = 1/{1+[(V_o ^2)/4E(V_o - E)]sinh^2 (k_2 a)}

where T is the transimission probability
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