Hall coefficient

noun \ˈhȯl-\
variants: or

Hall constant

Definition of Hall coefficient

  1. :  the quotient of the potential difference per unit width of metal strip in the Hall effect divided by the product of the magnetic intensity and the longitudinal current density

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Origin and Etymology of hall coefficient

after Edwin H. Hall †1938 American physicist


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