This paper deals with reciprocity relations derivation for a nonlinear, stationary, homogeneous and isotropic plasma-like medium in an external homogeneous magnetic eld. A special case of such a medium is the charge carriers collective in semiconductors. It is shown that the classical reciprocity relations will be valid even in the presence of nonlinearity, and they can be used for Hall magnetometer bias compensation.
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