# Temperature dependence of Hall coefficient and Hall angle in Fermi liquid metals

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There are lots of measurements showing strong temperature ($T$) dependence of Hall coefficient ($R_H$) in correlated materials (eg. cuprate superconductors and other oxide materials) and such plots are available in many recent experimental papers. However, I could not find any $R_H$ vs $T$ plot for a conventional metal more or less devoid of disorder/impurity effects.

Is there any such paper or textbook available? Also is there any reference that shows how Hall angle or its cotangent behaves with temperature in a conventional Fermi liquid metal?

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