Dirac state switching in transition metal diarsenides

@article{Dhakal2019DiracSS,
  title={Dirac state switching in transition metal diarsenides},
  author={Gyanendra Dhakal and Md Mofazzel Hosen and Wei-Chi Chu and Bahadur Singh and Klauss Dimitri and BaoKai Wang and Firoz Kabir and Christopher Sims and Sabin Regmi and William D. Neff and Dariusz Kaczorowski and Arun Bansil and Madhab Neupane},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={2019}
}
Topological Dirac and Weyl semimetals, which support low-energy quasiparticles in condensed matter physics, are currently attracting intense interest due to exotic physical properties such as large magnetoresistance and high carrier mobilities. Transition metal diarsenides such as MoAs2 and WAs2 have been reported to harbor very high magnetoresistance suggesting the possible existence of a topological quantum state, although this conclusion remains dubious. Here, based on systematic angle… Expand

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