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Definitions
 Hall effect is a phenomenon that occurs when a conductor or semiconductor is placed in the magnetic field and a voltage (i.e.
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 Hall effect is often used to measure the magnitude of magetic field.
 The Hall effect is a conduction phenomenon which is different for different charge carriers.
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 The quantum Hall effect is referred to as the integer or fractional quantum Hall effect depending on whether ν is an integer or fraction respectively.
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 The quantum Hall effect was previously believed to only be observable at temperatures close to absolute zero (equal to minus 459 degrees).
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 Edwin Hall discovered this unexpected phenomenon, which came to be known as the Hall effect, in 1879.
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 These characteristics make Hall effect devices better for position sensing than alternative means such as optical and electromechanical sensing.
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 He discovered the "Hall effect" in 1879 while working on his doctoral thesis in Physics under the supervision of Professor Henry Augustus Rowland.
 Principle of working and applications of light sensors, proximity sensors and Hall effect sensors.
 While working at Bell Labs, he and Daniel Tsui discovered the fractional quantum Hall effect in 1982.
 In some contexts it is meaningful to speak of fractions of a charge; for example in the charging of a capacitor, or in the fractional quantum Hall effect.
 Inspired by the Hall effect, Newton's law is used to attach the negative sign onto the charge.
 Doping; impurity states, n and p type semiconductors, conductivity, mobility, Hall effect, Hall coefficient.
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 They have also observed a minimum value of conductivity for the sheets and an unusual form of the quantum Hall effect (Nature 438 197 and 201).
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 One important characterization tool in the measurement of the Hall effect to measure mobilities and carrier concentrations in a given semiconductor material.
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 The Electronic ignition systems use sensors that may be optical (usually infrared), or magnetic (usually Hall effect devices).
 The optical and hall effect sticks, (used in Sinistar and I, Robot respectively) have reportedly been obsoleted via such means.
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 Not all ignition triggers are equal (breaker point, magnetic, magnetic breakerless, hall effect, photo optic, etc).
 The Hall effect offered the first real proof that electric currents in metals are carried by moving electrons, not by protons.
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 Quantized anomalous Hall effect in twodimensional ferromagnets: quantum Hall effect in metals.
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 The Corbino effect is a phenomenon similar to the Hall effect, but a diskshaped metal sample is used in place of a rectangular one.
 The Hall effect comes about due to the nature of the current flow in a conductor.
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 In the "ordinary" quantum Hall effect, known as the integer quantum Hall effect, ν takes on integer values (ν = 1, 2, 3, etc.).
 This means that one can explain the quantum Hall effect by using either the edge states or the bulk states, that is,.
 Stanford's nanowire battery holds 10 times the charge of existing ones Original article on the Quantum Hall Effect: K. v.
 Such coherent states are part of the explanation of effects such as the Quantum Hall effect in lowtemperature superconducting semiconductors.
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 Electrical conductivity, resistivity, Ohm's Law, Hall effect, Hall coefficient, magnetoresistance.
 However, quantum electrodynamics (QED) provides a way to measure directly using the quantum Hall effect or the anomalous magnetic moment of the electron.
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 It is also very well understood as an integer quantum Hall effect, not of electrons but of chargeflux composites known as composite fermions.
 When electrons are confined in twodimensional materials, quantummechanically enhanced transport phenomena such as the quantum Hall effect can be observed.
 This phenomenon, which we call the 'spinspin' Hall effect, is a spin analogue of the conventional Hall effect, but with no magnetic field.
 The Hall effect and properties of semiconductors.
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 The quantum Hall effect has only been seen previously in atomically thin layers of semiconductors in the presence of a very high applied magnetic field.
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 If time permits, we will also discuss some effects of disorder (possibilities include dopants in semiconductors, Integer Quantum Hall Effect, etc).
 Magnetic forces give information about the charge carriers in a material through the Hall effect.
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 As a result, the Hall effect is very useful as a means to measure both the carrier density and the magnetic field.
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 With most metals the Hall effect indicates electrons are the charge carriers.
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 The Hall effect is often used to measure the magnitude of a magnetic field.
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