Competing effects of Hund’s splitting and symmetry-breaking perturbations on electronic order in Pb1−xSnxTe

@article{Kundu2017CompetingEO,
  title={Competing effects of Hund’s splitting and symmetry-breaking perturbations on electronic order in Pb1−xSnxTe},
  author={S. Kundu and V. Tripathi},
  journal={The European Physical Journal B},
  year={2017},
  volume={91},
  pages={1-10}
}
Abstract We study the effect of a uniform external magnetization on p-wave superconductivity on the (001) surface of the crystalline topological insulator (TCI) Pb1−xSnxTe. It was shown by us in an earlier work that a chiral p-wave finite-momentum pairing (FFLO) state can be stabilized in this system in the presence of weak repulsive interparticle interactions. In particular, the superconducting instability is very sensitive to the Hund’s interaction in the multiorbital TCI, and no… Expand
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