HEX-RM-150 Hall Effect Experiment HEX-RM-150 Hall Effect Experiment HEX-RM-150 Hall Effect Experiment HEX-RM-150 Hall Effect Experiment
HEX-RM-150 Hall Effect Experiment
HEX-RM-150 Hall Effect Experiment HEX-RM-150 Hall Effect Experiment HEX-RM-150 Hall Effect Experiment

HEX-RM-150 Hall Effect Experiment

153100.00 - 180700.00 INR/Set

Product Details:

  • Material Electronics
  • Weight 140 Kg Kilograms (kg)
  • Color Grey
  • Application Laboratory Experiment
  • Usage Laboratory Experiment
  • Supply Ability : 100 Set Per Month
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Price And Quantity

  • 1 Set
  • 153100.00 - 180700.00 INR/Set

Product Specifications

  • Electronics
  • Grey
  • 140 Kg Kilograms (kg)
  • Laboratory Experiment
  • Laboratory Experiment

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  • Telegraphic Transfer (T/T), Delivery Point (DP), Cheque, Cash in Advance (CID), Cash Advance (CA), Cash on Delivery (COD), Cash Against Delivery (CAD)
  • 100 Set Per Month
  • 1 Week
  • Contact us for information regarding our sample policy
  • Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia
  • All India
  • ISO 9001: 2015 CE

Product Description

We manufacture, export and supply Hall Effect Experiment, HEX-RM-150 in Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India.  

Introduction

When a current-carrying conductor is placed in a magnetic field perpendicular to the current direction, a voltage develops transverse to the current. 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 hall voltage for p-carriers has opposite sign from that for n-carriers. Therefore if a semiconductor with p-type doping is gradually heated up, more and more electrons from its valence band will go to conduction band. As a result hall voltage would fall rapidly with temperature and even become zero or change sign. At the point of zero Hall Coefficient, it is possible to determine the ratio of mobilities b=me/mh . The Hall coefficient inversion is a characteristic of only p-type semiconductors.

The set-up consists of following units:

  • (i)   (a)  Hall Probe (Ge : p-type) with a small oven and a Thermocouple, HPP-RM-33
  •       (b)  Hall Probe (w/o Sample) with a small oven and a Thermocouple, HPP-RM-33NS
  •       (d)  Hall Probe (Ge Crystal - n type), HPN-RM
  •       (e)  Hall Probe (Si Crystal - n type), HPSi-RM
  •       (f)  Hall Probe Mount (For 10mmx10mm sample), HP10-RM
  •       (g)  Hall Probe Mount (For 5mmx5mm sample), HP05-RM
  • (ii)  Hall Probe Multipurpose Stand, HPS -2pcs
  • (iii) Hall Effect Setup, DHE-RM-150
  • (iv) Electromagnet, Model EMU-75T
  • (v) Constant Current Power Supply, DPS-175-C2
  • (vi) Digital Gaussmeter, DGM-202-C1
  • (vii) Computer Aided Measurement Module, SES CAMM-2 (Optional- Extra)

  • Complete in all respect

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