Hall voltage


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Hall voltage

[′hȯl ‚vōl·tij]
(electronics)
The no-load voltage developed across a semiconductor plate due to the Hall effect, when a specified value of control current flows in the presence of a specified magnetic field.
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Once again, the Lorentz force resulting from the applied magnetic field equals the Coulomb force, generating a Hall voltage [V.
The Hall voltage is directly proportional to the magnetic field.
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