Thermally activated energy and flux flow Hall effect of Fe1+y(Te1-xSx)z

@article{Lei2010ThermallyAE,
  title={Thermally activated energy and flux flow Hall effect of Fe1+y(Te1-xSx)z},
  author={Hechang Lei and Rongwei Hu and Eun Sang Choi and Cedomir Petrovic},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2010},
  volume={82},
  pages={134525}
}
Thermally activated flux flow (TAFF) and flux-flow Hall effect (FFHE) of Fe(Te,S) single crystal in the mixed state are studied in magnetic fields up to 35 T. Thermally activated energy (TAE) is analyzed using conventional Arrhenius relation and modified TAFF theory which is closer to experimental results. The results indicate that there is a crossover from single-vortex pinning region to collective creep pinning region with increasing magnetic field. The temperature dependence of TAE is… 

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