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Magnetoresistance in metals
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First published in , this book contained the first systematic account of magnetoresistance in metals, the study of which has provided solid-state physicists. As the theory stands today, magneto-resistance in metals is ascribed essentially to anisotropic features of the electron velocity and/or relaxation time. resistivity p, magnetoresistance ~PH and Hall coefficient R at low temperatures in metals is analyzed. It is shown that the principal features in the temperature.
metals that will follow, and gives a clue as to the origins of magnetoresistance. Hall effect with more than one type of carrier. General considerations. angular anisotropy of magnetoresistance in crystalline samples. Crystalline are important to developing an understanding of magnetoresistance in metals. The. Abstract. General formulae are obtained for the effect of a magnetic field on the electrical and thermal conductivities of a metal in which there are two overlapping .
The theory of the magneto-resistance effects in metals. BY E. H. SONDHEIMER, B.A., AND A. H. WILSON, F.R.S.. Trinity College, Cambridge. (Received Magnetoresistance is the tendency of a material (preferably ferromagnetic) to change the value of its electrical resistance in an externally-applied magnetic field. There are a variety of effects that can be called magnetoresistance: some occur in bulk non-magnetic metals.