Written by Lake Shore's Dr. Jeffrey Lindemuth, this 88-page handbook is a comprehensive resource for both new and experienced material researchers, covering topics such as:
- The theory of Hall effect measurements
- Methods to measure the resistivity and Hall coefficient of materials
- The major sources of measurement errors (both intrinsic and geometric)
- The methods to minimize the effects of these errors.
Read the guide to help ensure that your Hall measurements are more precise and repeatable.
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