Table 2 A compilation of bulk materials with magnetic order, in addition to ZrSiS, PdCoO2, graphite, and black phosphorus, for which high mobilities are reported, in comparison to GdTe3.

For the transport mobility (μt) estimated from Hall measurement, the values outside and inside the parentheses represent the electron and hole carriers, respectively. For the quantum lifetime–derived mobility (μq) and effective mass (m*) estimated from SdH and dHvA oscillations, a range with lower and upper bounds is provided. For the transport mobility estimated from a combination of the QO and residual resistivity measurements, we denote it as “hybrid.” The transport mobility estimated from MR is listed when it is considered to be more accurate than the Hall mobility. The mobilities of PdCrO2 and PdCoO2 were deduced by the hybrid method because no quantum lifetime or Hall carrier mobility is reported in the literature. The mobility of EuMnBi2 from the hybrid method is also listed for comparison with the Hall carrier mobility. NA, not available.

Materialμq or μt
(cm2 V−1 s−1)
m*/meMethodReference
SrMnBi22500.29SdH(44)
CaMnBi24880.53SdH(45)
Sr1−yMn1−zSb25700.04–0.05SdH(46)
YbMnBi26890.27SdH(47)
YbMnSb21,584
1,072
6,538 (1,310)
0.134
0.108
NA
SdH
dHvA
Hall
(48)
(48)
(48)
EuMnBi21.6 (520)
(14,000)
NA
NA
Hall
Hybrid
(49)
(50)
BaMnSb21,280
1,300
0.052–0.058
NA
SdH
Hall
(51)
(51)
GdPtBiNot reported
(1,500–2,000)
0.23
NA
SdH
Hall
(52)
(52)
PdCrO28,7000.33–1.55Hybrid(53)
BaFe2As2*1,130NAMR(54)
GdTe31,165–2,012
>61,200 (>15,000)
0.101–0.213
NA
SdH and dHvA
Hall
This work
ZrSiS1,300–6,200
4,219–10,000
20,000 (2,800)
0.1–0.14
0.025–0.052
NA
SdH
dHvA
Hall
(28)
(55)
(28)
PdCoO251,0001.45–1.53Hybrid(37)
Graphite1,263,000NAMR(24)
Black phosphorus(65,000)NAHall(25)

*The average mobility value from Hall data is 376 cm2 V−1 s−1, but it was considered to be inaccurate. Therefore, the MR was used to evaluate the average mobility.

†The average mobility is adopted.

‡The hole mobility in p-type black phosphorus is adopted as it is higher than the electron mobility n-type one.