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I am trying to work out the various cases for the potential step problem in the context of the Klein Gordon equation.

I was wondering if one must consider the situation where E<mc^2 when working out the situation of

E-mc^2 <V< E+mc^2 where V is the value of the potential after the step.

Thanks!

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# I Klein Paradox Question

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