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2.4559 / Aloro

Country Section Category; Germany: Alloy DIN 17007−4: Ni-Fe and Co-Fe Alloys

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Phys. Rev. B 2, 4559 (1970) - Side-Jump Mechanism for the

This is the main Hall-effect mechanism ( ρH∝ρ2) for Fe, Ni, and their alloys above 100 K, while asymmetric scattering dominates below 100 K. Displacement Δy per actual collision is calculated by partial waves. In the case of Born expansion, the leading term of Δy or ρH ρ2 is of zero order in the scattering potential. The magnitude is ...

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2.4559 / Aloro

Country Section Category; Germany: Alloy DIN 17007−4: Ni-Fe and Co-Fe Alloys

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Phys. Rev. B 2, 4559 (1970) - Side-Jump Mechanism for the

This is the main Hall-effect mechanism ( ρH∝ρ2) for Fe, Ni, and their alloys above 100 K, while asymmetric scattering dominates below 100 K. Displacement Δy per actual collision is calculated by partial waves. In the case of Born expansion, the leading term of Δy or ρH ρ2 is of zero order in the scattering potential. The magnitude is ...

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2.4559 / Aloro

Country Section Category; Germany: Alloy DIN 17007−4: Ni-Fe and Co-Fe Alloys

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Phys. Rev. B 2, 4559 (1970) - Side-Jump Mechanism for the

This is the main Hall-effect mechanism ( ρH∝ρ2) for Fe, Ni, and their alloys above 100 K, while asymmetric scattering dominates below 100 K. Displacement Δy per actual collision is calculated by partial waves. In the case of Born expansion, the leading term of Δy or ρH ρ2 is of zero order in the scattering potential. The magnitude is ...

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