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Does anyone knows how to solve this 2nd order non linear differential equation with exponential components?

d"V/dx" = A*exp(-B*V)-C*exp(B*V)

where A, B, C are constants.

Thanks

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Does anyone knows how to solve this 2nd order non linear differential equation with exponential components?

d"V/dx" = A*exp(-B*V)-C*exp(B*V)

where A, B, C are constants.

Thanks

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(try using the X

Hint: you can make this a first-order equation by using the standard trick:

d

(which btw is where the 1/2 mv

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