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Hall Effect Measurements References

  1. "Test Methods for Measuring Resistivity and Hall Coefficient and Determining Hall Mobility in Single-Crystal Semiconductors," ASTM Designation F76, Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Vol. 10.04 (2011).
  2. E. H. Hall, "On a New Action of the Magnet on Electrical Current," Amer. J. Math. 2, 287-292 (1879).
  3. L. J. van der Pauw, "A Method of Measuring Specific Resistivity and Hall Effect of Discs of Arbitrary Shapes," Philips Res. Repts. 13, 1-9 (1958).
  4. L. J. van der Pauw, "A Method of Measuring the Resistivity and Hall Coefficient on Lamellae of Arbitrary Shape," Philips Tech. Rev. 20, 220-224 (1958).
  5. E. H. Putley, The Hall Effect and Related Phenomena, Butterworths, London (1960).
  6. D. C. Look, Electrical Characterization of GaAs Materials and Devices, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester (1989).
  7. D. K. Schroder, Semiconductor Material and Device Characterization, 2nd Edition, John Wiley & Sons, New York (1998).
  8. R. Chwang, B. J. Smith and C. R. Crowell, "Contact Size Effects on the van der Pauw Method for Resistivity and Hall Coefficient Measurement," Solid-State Electronics 17, 1217-1227 (1974).
  9. D. L. Rode, C. M. Wolfe and G. E. Stillman, "Magnetic-Field Dependence of the Hall Factor for Isotropic Media," J. Appl. Phys. 54, 10-13 (1983).
  10. D. L. Rode, "Low-Field Electron Transport," Semiconductors & Semimetals 10, 1-89 (1975).

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Created April 15, 2010, Updated November 26, 2019