Hall coefficients of five aluminum single crystals were measured. A noticeable size effect was observed when l>d, where l is the mean free path andd the sample thickness. A 4-OPW calculation of the Hall coefficient is performed and shown to agree fairly well with the experiment.
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Yonemitsu, K., Sato, H., Sakamoto, I. et al. Size effect in the hall coefficient of aluminum single crystals. J Low Temp Phys 56, 267–275 (1984). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00681445
- Magnetic Material
- Free Path
- Sample Thickness
- Hall Coefficient