Inducing magnetism onto the surface of a topological crystalline insulator

@inproceedings{Assaf2015InducingMO,
  title={Inducing magnetism onto the surface of a topological crystalline insulator},
  author={Badih A. Assaf and Ferhat Katmis and Peng Wei and Cui-Zu Chang and Biswarup Satpati and Jagadeesh S. Moodera and Don Heiman},
  year={2015}
}
  • Badih A. Assaf, Ferhat Katmis, +4 authors Don Heiman
  • Published 2015
  • Materials Science, Physics
  • Inducing magnetism onto a topological crystalline insulator (TCI) has been predicted to result in several novel quantum electromagnetic effects. This is a consequence of the highly strain-sensitive band topology of such symmetry-protected systems. We thus show that placing the TCI surface of SnTe in proximity to EuS, a ferromagnetic insulator, induces magnetism at the interface between SnTe and EuS and thus breaks time-reversal-symmetry in the TCI. Magnetotransport experiments on SnTe-EuS-SnTe… CONTINUE READING

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