Electron mobility as a function of temperature in natural diamond. The continuous curve refers to theoretical calculation. Open circles are experimental data for drift mobility. Triangles and closed circles are experimental data for Hall mobility (Nava et al. [1980]). 

Hole mobility as a function of temperature in natural diamond. Curves show the results of calculations of drift mobility (solid line) and Hall mobility (dashed line). Open circles are experimental data for drift mobility. Triangles and closed circles are experimental data for Hall mobility (Reggiani et al. [1983]). 

The hole Hall factor versus temperature at different impurity concentrations. N_{a} (cm^{3}): 1. 10^{11}; 2. 10^{13}; 3. 10^{15}. Points show experimental data from (Konorova and Shevchenko [1967]) and (Dean et al. [1965]) (Reggiani et al., 1983). 