A scenario to the anomalous Hall effect in the mixed state of superconductors

  title={A scenario to the anomalous Hall effect in the mixed state of superconductors},
  author={Ping Ao},
  journal={Journal of Superconductivity},
  • P. Ao
  • Published 1 March 1995
  • Physics
  • Journal of Superconductivity
We argue that the motion of vacancies in a pinned vortex lattice may dominate the contribution to the Hall effect in an appropriate parameter regime for a superconductor. Based on this consideration a model is constructed to explain the anomalous Hall effect without any modification of the basic vortex dynamic equation. Quantitative predictions are obtained. Present model can be directly tested by an observation of the vacancy motion. 
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