Temperature dependencies of the integer quantum Hall effect in an AlGaAs sample are reported. We obtained measurements at temperatures between 2.2 and 4.2 K, and magnetic fields up to 8 T. Shubnikov de Hass oscillations were also observed and analyzed. The relation between dp,/dB, the slopes between Hall plateaus, and temperature was also investigated and found to not fit the T-r~e lationship which others have experimentally found. Dependencies of the Hall plateaus on the magnetic field, Hall current, and the temperature are also investigated.
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Ryan, John Jens, "The Integral Quantum Hall Effect" (1995). Honors Theses, 1963-2015. 749.