The Quantum Hall Effect is otherwise known as the integer Quantum Hall Effect it is the Quantum Theory or quantum physics view of the Hall effect which is the production of a voltage difference across an electrical conductor, transverse to an electric current in the conductor and applied to the magnetic field perpendicular to the current. Are you familiar with this topic? Try this quiz to test your knowledge on the topic.
James Phills Hall
Edwin Hall
Hall Mark
Edwards Hall
Quantum mechanics
Hall Effect
Hall Conductance
Quantum constant
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Elementary charge
Electron flow
Hall electron flow
Magnetic energy
6.62607015×10^{−34}
1.23984193
3.16152649×10^{−26}
6.582119514(40)×10^{−16}
Elementary charge
Planck's constant
Pre-factor value
Hall Voltage
Electron - electron interaction
Fractional observation
Planck's constant
Hall Plateau
Quantumly Accelerated Hall effect
Quantization of Abstract Hall voltage
Quantized anomalous Hall
Quantum anomalous Hall
Michael Pepper
Gerhard Dorda
Klaus Von Klitzing
Robert Laughlin
Silicon
Diamond
Boron arsenide
Gallium arsenide