transverse magnetoresistance

transverse magnetoresistance

[trans¦vərs ¦mag·ned·ō·ri′zis·təns]
(electromagnetism)
One of the galvanomagnetic effects, in which a magnetic field perpendicular to an electric current gives rise to an electrical potential change in the direction of the current.
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5 K and 16 K, the transverse magnetoresistance data were all less than or equal to 5 T, the 7 K transverse magnetoresistance data twere greater than 0.

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