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INTERPRETATION OF HALL AND PHOTO‐HALL EFFECTS IN INHOMOGENEOUS MATERIALS
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6.Taking into account the exact geometrical shape of the Hall sample, Volger4 has shown that a correction factor of 0.68 is needed for and of 0.75β, for small β, for In carrying out the present calculation we have replaced the factor of 0.68 with unity in Eq. (4) and the factor of 0.75β with β in Eq. (5).
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