Does hall voltage disappear after the electric force on charge carriers balance the magnetic force?
The Attempt at a Solution
My understanding: By placing a current-carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field, magnetic force is exerted on the moving charges. The positive charges will be on one side and the negative charges on the other. In this way, electric field will be produced. Electric force will balance the magnetic force. Here comes the part that I am confused. When the electric force balances the magnetic force, does it mean that there's no more hall voltage??