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March 14th, 2003

The Giant Planar Hall Effect

Abstract:
The Giant Planar Hall effect is the name for a new type of magnetoresistance (MR) seen in an experiment with ferromagnetic semiconductors performed by a Caltech-UC Santa Barbara team of physicists.

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Physics News Update

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