This guide, written by Lake Shore Senior Scientist Dr. Jeffrey Lindemuth, reviews methods to measure the resistivity of materials, then discusses the theory of Hall measurements. Intrinsic and geometric sources of errors are explored, and the methods developed to minimize the effects of these errors are provided. As the materials of interest have evolved over time, so have the methods to minimize these errors.
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