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New physics research from B.C. Sales and co-researchers described
March 24th, 2008
"The Hall resistivity, electrical resistivity, and magnetization of single crystals of the tetragonal ferromagnet Yb14MnSb11 are reported as a function of the direction of the current I and magnetic field H with respect to the principal crystallographic axes. With I along the unique c direction and H in the a-b plane, the anomalous Hall resistivity in the limit of zero applied field is negative for all temperatures T< T-C=53 K. In this direction, the anomalous Hall effect behaves in a manner similar to that observed in other ferromagnets such as Fe, Co, Mn5Ge3, and EuFe4Sb12," scientists in the United States report.
"However, with I in the a-b plane and H along the c...
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Source: Electronics Business Journal (2008-03-24)