Extended Data Table 1 Hall effect parameters for ferromagnets and antiferromagnets

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

  1. Temperature (T), effective carrier density (n) and the coefficient SH of the AHE are shown for various magnets. Here SH is mostly determined by using the isothermal data of the Hall resistivity, magnetoresistivity and magnetization. For Mn3Sn, two types of SH are shown, namely, SH for the AHE component that is linear in M, and for the zero-field spontaneous component of ρH (Methods). The sign of n indicates the type of carriers, namely, hole (+) or electron (−). Field (B) and current (I) direction are specified for some cases. AF, antiferromagnet; FM, ferromagnet; bcc, body-centred cubic. Data are from this work, and refs 18, 19, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36.