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For my a research project on quantum tunneling I have to tie in math somehow, so I was wondering if anyone could help me learn to calculate the probability of a wave (preferably like an electron or electrical voltage) of some sort passing through a rectangular barrier, which is supposedly the most simple calculation in quantum tunneling. I have a somewhat decent calculus background because AP calc is almost over. I can't just get an equation and plug in numbers either, i'd like to be able to explain it somewhat. Thanks!

Steven

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# Quantum Tunneling Probability for a rectangular barrier

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