Anisotropic magneto-transport and magnetic properties of low-temperature phase of TaTe2

@article{Chen2016AnisotropicMA,
  title={Anisotropic magneto-transport and magnetic properties of low-temperature phase of TaTe2},
  author={Hongxiang Chen and Zhilin Li and Liwei Guo and Xiaolong Chen},
  journal={Europhysics Letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={117}
}
TaTe2 is a quasi-2D charge density wave (CDW) compound with distorted-1T–type structure exhibiting double-zigzag chains. Here we report the Fermi surface topology of a low-temperature phase of TaTe2 (LT-TaTe2) by anisotropic magneto-transport and magnetic measurements on high-quality single crystals. An anomalous large linear magnetoresistance up to 140% at 3 K in 9 T was observed, suggesting the existence of a small Fermi pocket in the Dirac cone state in quantum transport models. Moreover… 

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