While studying particle physics, i saw that the range formula is the integration dE/(dE/dx) but as you know that there are no variable E in the formula. how could that integration be done?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

well i think we can do it by ourselves and we must use a programming language and i think the trapezoidal rule would be useful to solve that.

But i could not find out how could that integration be done please help me. thank you

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# Obtaining range from bethe-bloch formula

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