|Mar28-12, 04:19 PM||#1|
Could someone provide me with a link or source which i can cite for the values of the hall coefficients of tungsten and silver. I have had no luck finding either of them that are proper sources.
|Mar28-12, 09:55 PM||#2|
Here are some experimentally determined coefficients: (chart on second page)
Here is some random guy's answer to another guy on cramster:
Actually, I apologize, I doubt either of these would qualify as 'proper sources' at all.
|Mar29-12, 08:42 AM||#3|
It is okay i have found those already. I did find a place that has them but is passwOrd protected. Then i found thd ld leadlets page whIch i think should be credible
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