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Hall Effect Formulae And Units

R. O'handley
Published 1980 · Physics

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The two most widely used units for the Hall coefficients are SI units, m3/A-sec = m3/C, and the hybrid unit Ohm-cm/G (which combines the practical quantities volt and amp with the cgs quantities centimeter and Gauss). Two numbers for the same quantity expressed in these two units are simply related by R(SI) = 100 x R(hybrid) because the unit m3/C transforms to Ohm-m/Tesla which is one hundredth of the unit Ohm-cm/G.
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