Hall scattering factors for electrons and holes in molecular beam epitaxial GaAs layers have been determined by comparing carrier concentrations measured by the Hall effect with those measured by the electrochemical capacitance–voltage technique. The conclusion is that both the electron and hole scattering factors are near unity for n ranging from 2×1016 to 7×1017 cm−3, and p ranging from 5×1016 to 4×1019 cm−3. This conclusion is consistent with the present theory for electrons, but not with that for holes.
Look, D. C.,
Stutz, C. E.,
Sizelove, J. R.,
& Evans, K. R.
(1996). On Hall Scattering Factors for Holes in GaAs. Journal of Applied Physics, 80 (3), 1913-1915.
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