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It seems I've forgotten a lot about basic math since Algebra one. I need some helpcreating a simple formula. I know that ionization density is proportional to the square of the charge (Ze). How would I express this mathematically?

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It seems I've forgotten a lot about basic math since Algebra one. I need some helpcreating a simple formula. I know that ionization density is proportional to the square of the charge (Ze). How would I express this mathematically?

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It seems I've forgotten a lot about basic math since Algebra one. I need some helpcreating a simple formula. I know that ionization density is proportional to the square of the charge (Ze). How would I express this mathematically?

[tex]ID = k(Ze)^2[/tex] with k being the constant of proportionality

DonAntonio

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