P7.2.1.2 Investigating the Anomalous Hall Effect in Tungsten Complete Experiment

P7.2.1.2 Investigating the Anomalous Hall Effect in Tungsten Complete Experiment

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Materials and equipment for teaching Physics labs, advanced science experiment apparatus, Leybold

Investigating the Anomalous Hall Effect in Tungsten

The experiments P7.2.1.1 and P7.2.1.2 determine the Hall coefficient RH of two electrical conductors by measuring the Hall voltage UH for various currents I as a function of the magnetic field B. A negative value is obtained for the Hall coefficient of silver, which indicates that the charge is being transported by electrons. A positive value is found as the Hall coefficient of tungsten. Consequently, the holes are mainly responsible for conduction in this metal.

Components of the Experiment:

1 586 84 Hall effect apparatus (tungsten)
1 524 005W Mobile-CASSY 2 WiFi
1 524 0381 Combi B sensor S
1 501 11 Extension cable, 15 pin
1 524 0401 µV sensor S
1 521 551 AC/DC power supply 0…24 V/ 0…10 A
1 726 890 DC-High Current Power Supply 32/20
1 562 11 U-core with yoke
1 560 31 Bored pole pieces, pair
2 562 13 Coil, 250 turns
1 300 41 Stand rod, 25 cm, 12 mm Ø
1 301 01 Leybold multiclamp
1 300 02 Stand base, V-shaped, small
1 500 442 Connecting lead 19 A, 100 cm, blue
3 501 46 Connecting leads 19 A, 100 cm, red/blue, pair
2 501 33 Connecting lead, 32 A, 100 cm, black

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Additional information

Weight 25 lbs
Dimensions 36 × 20 × 20 in
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