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## Homework Statement

In my notes, they give an example of Saha ionization equation. Its astrophysics.

## Homework Equations

N11/N1=(2K(T)(Z11)/pe(z1))(me(k)(t)/(2pi(h)

^{2})

^{3/2}e

^{-x1/(kt)}

## The Attempt at a Solution

They say z1=2, z11=1 pe=15g/cms

^{2}x1=13.6ev T=5770k me =electron mass

h=Planck's constant k=Boltzmann's constant

so i plug them in and i get nothing what they got. The answer they have is 7.4e-5. Am i doing something wrong? for the constants i picked the ev units and tried the cgi units and still way off i am guessing final answer has no units cause they didn't have any units by the answer