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An investigation was made of the anomalous electric field in its various aspects in n-type InSb subjected to strong magnetic field at 77K and 273K, which lead to the conclusion that no open contradiction arose between a part of the present observations and the predictions attainable from Yoshida's model of semimetals. There remained, however, the other part of the experimental results unexplained, being rather natural since an inner property of indium antimonide does not seem so simple comparing with the compensated metals, bismuth and antimony. Especially as for the mechanism of an inversion phenomenon of the polarity of a negative anomalous field at a critical pulse current, we have no available theory to explain at present stage.
Memoirs of the School of Engineering, Okayama University
School of Engineering, Okayama University
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