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Has there been any research on anomalous Hall effect which would observe or predict a non-constant dependence of the AHE conductivity on the applied electric field?

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Do you mean the longitudinal voltage? The AHE is not very well defined, but typically the AHE is proportional to the Magnetisation. – P3trus Jan 25 '12 at 18:12

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