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Michele_Laino

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Tutorial!! Hall effect and Drude model of electronic conduction in metals.

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    Thank you so much! Awesome work :)

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    :) @rvc

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    @Astrophysics

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    Awesome, I always wanted to learn this Drude Model haha, thanks @Michele_Laino

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    thanks! @Astrophysics

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    Ahhh at the very end I was hoping you'd elaborate more on this interesting Hall effect and the great importance in semiconductors! I think it's interesting to imagine current flowing in such a way that one side of the "channel" has more electrons than the other has some sort of application. If you could please talk more about this, I'm curious.

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    ok! I can write more about the Hall effect, nevertheless I have to use the vector calculus

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    That's fine by me, the more the merrier. :D

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