Hall Effect in Bismuth (HEX-Bi) Hall Effect in Bismuth (HEX-Bi) Hall Effect in Bismuth (HEX-Bi)
Hall Effect in Bismuth (HEX-Bi)
Hall Effect in Bismuth (HEX-Bi) Hall Effect in Bismuth (HEX-Bi)

Hall Effect in Bismuth (HEX-Bi)

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  • Usage Laboratory Experiment
  • Color Grey
  • Application Laboratory Experiment
  • Material Electronics
  • Weight 130 Kg Kilograms (kg)
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  • Laboratory Experiment
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  • Laboratory Experiment
  • Electronics
  • 130 Kg Kilograms (kg)

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Hall Effect in Bismuth (HEX-Bi)

We manufacture, export and supply of Hall Effect in Bismuth (HEX-Bi) from Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India. 

When a current-carrying conductor is placed in a magnetic field perpendicular to the current direction, a voltage develops transverse to the cuurent. This voltage was first observed in 1879 by Edwin Hall and the effect is called Hall Effect. The Hall effect has since led to a deeper understanding of the details of the conduction process. It can yield the density of the charge carriers as well as their sign.

The set-up consists of following units:

  • Hall Probe : Bismuth
  • Multipurpose Stand
  • Digital Microvoltmeter, DMV-001
  • Constant Current Power Supply, CCS-01
  • Electromagnet, Model EMU-75
  • Constant Current Power Supply, DPS-175M
  • Digital Gaussmeter, DGM-202

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