Hall mobility

Hall mobility

[′hȯl mō′bil·əd·ē]
(solid-state physics)
The product of conductivity and the Hall constant for a conductor or semiconductor; a measure of the mobility of the electrons or holes in a semiconductor.
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Hn] denotes the carriers Hall mobility, G is the geometrical correction factor, L is the emitter-collector distance, [W.
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Hn] is the Hall mobility of electrons in the p-well, and Y is a geometrical parameter given approximately by y [j.