B the carrier density and mobility c the resistivity

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Unformatted text preview: ve. e) None of the above. 4) Using a Hall bar geometry, what parameters can be measured? a) The contact resistance, carrier density, and mobility. b) The carrier density and mobility. c) The resistivity and Hall concentration. d) The transfer length, resistivity, and Hall concentration. e) The Hall concentration, the Hall mobility, and the interfacial contact resistivity. (continued on next page) 1 5) What can we measure with a van der Pauw geometry that cannot be measured with a Hall bar geometry? a) The actual carrier concentration instead o...
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