magnetoresistivity

magnetoresistivity

[mag‚nēd·ō·ri‚zis′tiv·əd·ē]
(electromagnetism)
The change in resistivity produced in a current-carrying conductor or semiconductor on application of a magnetic field.
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Resistivity and magnetoresistivity measurements near pe metal- insulator and superconductor-insulator transition in granular Al-Ge.
permalloy--nickel-iron magnetic alloy) have electric resistivity dependence on strength and direction of magnetic field (angle and magnitude of H vector) applied, which is called anisotropic magnetoresistivity.
The colossal magnetoresistivity originates from a magnetically driven insulator-metal transition, where the magnetic, electronic, and structural degrees of freedom are intimately intertwined.