Anomalous Magnetoresistance Mechanisms
A mechanism leading to anomalous magnetoresistance in composite metallic conductors is investigated. Both steady state and transient phenomena are studied. This work includes analysis of a high purity aluminum conductor with a low purity core, which is an extension of previous work.
KeywordsHall Effect Inner Core High Magnetic Field Current Diffusion Hall Current
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