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A Hall probe uses the Hall effect to measure the size of magnetic fields - it does this by measuring the potential difference across the electric field created by the displacement of charge. A specific Hall probe calibrated to read 0.95 μV when placed in a 2.15 T field is placed in a 1.5 T field. What is its output voltage in nV?

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