Application of the fluctuation model for electron scattering in liquid alloys to hall coefficients for Hg−Tl and Hg−In systems View Full Text


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DATE

1970-10

AUTHORS

M. N. Menon, B. D. Lichter

ABSTRACT

The Hall coefficients of liquid Hg−Tl alloys were measured at 20°C using a double ac method. Samples were subjected to an ac current of 77Hz and an ac magnetic field of 60 Hz, and the resulting Hall voltages were measured at the difference frequency of 17 Hz using a phasesensitive detection system. The results for alloys of compositions up to 38.9 at. pct Tl are accurate to ±4 pct. The measured Hall coefficients are significantly lower than the free electron tron values and agree with earlier measurements of Andreev and Regel. Using data for Hg-Tl and Hg-In alloys, the validity of a fluctuation scattering model was investigated. Calculated Hall coefficients agree well with measured values obtained here for the Hg-Tl system, but are lower than reported experimental values for the Hg-In system. Both systems are anomalous with respect to a previously observed correlation between electron concentration and excess free energy of formation of the alloys. More... »

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2699-2703

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1962-12. Résistivité électrique et effet Hall de métaux et semiconducteurs fondus in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK B CONDENSED MATTER
  • 1967-10. Hall-Koeffizient und spezifischer elektrischer Widerstand flüssiger Metallegierungen in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK B CONDENSED MATTER
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