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There is a Ramsauer-Townsend equation in my notes for transmission.

It's difficult to write out but looks somewhat like:

T = {1 + {(sin k a)^2 / 4E/V0 (E/V0 - 1)}}

Of course E and V0 should be in the same units.

But should they both in Joules or eV?

I would think Joules myself.

Thank you!

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# Homework Help: Ramsauer-Townsend equation. Joules or eV?

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