Magnetoresistance of Gallium at Liquid Helium Temperatures and Related Transport Phenomena
We have studied electronic transport properties of gallium, including magnetoresistance effects, between 1.09 K and 4.2 K. A motivation for our studies is the use of gallium single crystals for resistance thermometry.
KeywordsResistance Ratio Electronic Transport Property Negative Magnetoresistance Phosphor Bronze Superconducting Phase Transition
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