Giant magnetoresistance in niobium phosphor

Title Giant magnetoresistance in niobium phosphor
Description High resistance thanks to fast electrons: The charge carriers (blue: electrons, red: holes) of a conductor are deflected from their original direction of flow (green arrow) by a magnetic field (black arrows). The faster the electrons are moving, the more strongly they are deflected from the original direction of flow and the greater is the electric resistance. This effect is especially large in niobium phosphide, as the material possesses especially fast electrons.
Copyright Yulin Chen
Picture Id 44907
Date 22.06.2015
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