A unique system capable of taking in situ Hall‐effect measurements during electron irradiation has been developed. The key element is a small, powerful rare‐earth magnet. Measurements can be taken while the electron beam is on, resulting in a considerable time savings and eliminating problems associated with mounting and demounting the sample. High resolution electron concentration and mobility versus fluence data are quickly and easily obtained, making possible detailed defect production rate studies as functions of energy and flux.
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Look, D. C.,
Hemsky, J. W.,
& Rice, J.
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