This question is about the matching the unites in an equation.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The equation for an electron mobility is given by m^2/V.S.

However substituting the units in the equation, doesn't yield the unit of mobility [m^2/V.S]. I have done the simplification using mks units and didn't come up to m^2/V.S. Have a look at the attached file, and help is appreciated.

Thanks

GH

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# I A question about units in equation: Dimensional analysis

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