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Is it possible to measure the Hall effect with a simple home experiment?

I don't know what material is used in the video but, it looks like Aluminium foil (maybe 0.01 mm thick) so, here's my best estimate of what hall voltage would be produced. With an aluminium sheet of ...
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Is it possible to measure the Hall effect with a simple home experiment?

It is very difficult to measure Hall effect with available tools at home. The Hall coefficient of Aluminum, and of metals in general is low (because there are so many conducting carriers; that's ...
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Is it possible to measure the Hall effect with a simple home experiment?

There's no reason to call it out as a hoax necessarily, but it would be difficult to reproduce as shown. The thin metal conductor has magnets stuck top and bottom. As they are stuck to the conductor, ...
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How to drive this 5-pin speed controlled DC motor?

It should be left floating, according to the datasheet. The switch appears to be a SP3T slide switch connected so that the common terminal is connected to nothing, then A, then B as you move the tab. ...
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