A ferromagnetic insulating substrate for the epitaxial growth of topological insulators

@inproceedings{Ji2013AFI,
  title={A ferromagnetic insulating substrate for the epitaxial growth of topological insulators},
  author={Huiwen Ji and Rebecca A. Stokes and Loren Daniel Alegria and Elisabeth Blomberg and Makariy A Tanatar and Anjan A. Reijnders and Leslie M Schoop and Tian Shui Liang and Ruslan Prozorov and Kenneth S Burch and Nai Phuan Ong and Jason R. Petta and Robert Joseph Cava},
  year={2013}
}
Cr2Ge2Te6 is proposed as an insulating ferromagnetic substrate for the growth of tetradymite-type topological insulators, based on a refined characterization of its transport, magnetic, optical, and calculated electronic properties. It is found to be a soft ferromagnet with no visible magnetic domains over relatively large length scales and to be highly insulating with an indirect band gap and low carrier concentration. Further we present the fabrication of Bi2Te3-Cr2Ge2Te6 heterostructure… CONTINUE READING

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