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Hall effect observation of an ∼0.07 eV deep acceptor in GaAs single crystals converted to p type by heat treatment is reported. The acceptor is thought to be identical with the center responsible for the 1.44‐eV photoluminescence band usually seen in GaAs, and attributed recently to an intrinsic defect, namely gallium on arsenic site.