Hall effect, Physics

Hall effect:

While charged particles pass through a tube that has both an electric field & a magnetic field (perpendicular to the electric field) exist in it, only certain velocities of the charged particles are chosen, and will make it undeviated by the tube; the rest will be deflected in the sides. This influence is exploited in such devices as the mass spectrometer and within the Thompson experiment. It is called the Hall effect.

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