Quantum Hall is the quantum-level version of the Hall effect: a voltage produced as electrons flow through a magnetic field. In two-dimensional materials and at low temperatures the quantum mechanical nature of this phenomenon is evident as a series of steps in the Hall voltage with increasing applied magnetic field.
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