Extended Data Figure 2: Estimation of the ordinary Hall effect using the c-axis components of the Hall resistivity. | Nature

Extended Data Figure 2: Estimation of the ordinary Hall effect using the c-axis components of the Hall resistivity.

From: Large anomalous Hall effect in a non-collinear antiferromagnet at room temperature

Extended Data Figure 2

a, b, Temperature dependence of the Hall resistivity divided by B, ρH/B (a), and the susceptibility M/B obtained under a field of 0.1 T along the c axis (b). Measurements were made above T = 50 K, where no spontaneous components were observed. c, Plot of ρH/B versus M/B; here the temperature is an implicit parameter. The solid line indicates a linear fit to equation (1), with defined in Methods.

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