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Hall effect under alternating current condition

  1. May 22, 2008 #1
    Can someone please pore some light on the entitled topic.

    Assume that i path an AC current through conductor. Dose it produces Hall effect? furthermore, assume that the conductor is non-symmetric, namely it is coating with another conducting thin film layer. Now is there any frequency under which the current reaches to its skin effect (the charge carrier travels mostly on surface) than the current mostly go throw the thin coated film. If there will be Hall effect it should be associated with the thin film.

    I will be grateful for any paper books or review on this kind of systems.

    Thank you in advance

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