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A semi-conducting thermistor has a resistance that veries with temperature as follows:

[tex]R(T)=R_0 exp[\frac{B}{T}][/tex]

What are the SI units of the calibration constants [tex]B[/tex] and [tex]R_0[/tex]

This is just the intro chapter to my second thermodynamics course. Anyway, I'm not sure how to start off. I mean I've eliminated dimensional analysis as a way of going about things. I can see its almost an exponential decay formula. All I need is a clue or something :)

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# Homework Help: Quick thermo problem[just an uncertainty]

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