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Magnetic-field orientation dependence of transport properties of topologically superconducting wire

@article{Valkov2017MagneticfieldOD,
  title={Magnetic-field orientation dependence of transport properties of topologically superconducting wire},
  author={Valery V. Val'kov and S V Aksenov},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={2017}
}
We present the study of transport properties of a superconducting wire with strong Rashba spin-orbit coupling for different orientations of an external magnetic field. Using the nonequilibrium Green's functions in the tight-binding approach the crucial impact of the relative alignment of lead magnetization and the Majorana bound state (MBS) spin polarization on the low-bias conductance and shot noise is presented. Depending on this factor the transport regime can effectively vary from symmetric… 

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