I'm given and I had to calculate which the book gets No idea how... the orig. prob says that an electron has walls of width which I guess is our a. Then, we're given: Guess c is light, which is: . So how exactly do they get that?
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Originally Posted by Ideasman I'm given and I had to calculate which the book gets No idea how... the orig. prob says that an electron has walls of width which I guess is our a. Then, we're given: Guess c is light, which is: . So how exactly do they get that? For starters your formula is wrong: I'd convert everything into MKS and then convert to eV at the end. I get the numbers the question was talking about using this formula. -Dan
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