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Multi-peak Electronic Density of States in CrBr3 Revealed by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

@article{Baral2019MultipeakED,
  title={Multi-peak Electronic Density of States in CrBr3 Revealed by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy},
  author={Dinesh Baral and Zhuangen Fu and Andrei S. Zadorozhnyi and Rabindra Dulal and Aaron Wang and Narendra Shrestha and Uppalaiah Erugu and Jinke Tang and Yuri Dahnovsky and Jifa Tian and TeYu Chien},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
  year={2019}
}
CrBr3 is a layered van der Waals material with magnetic ordering down to the 2D limit. So far, the electronic properties of CrBr3 are relatively unexplored. Here, we present the scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy (STM/S) results of the CrBr3 thin flakes exfoliated onto a Highly Ordered Pyrolytic Graphite (HOPG) surfaces. Atomic resolution topography images show the crystal structure and the dI/dV spectra exhibit multiple peak features measured at 77 K. The conduction band - valence… 
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