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Resistivity Anomaly in Weyl Semimetal candidate Molybdenum Telluride

@article{Suri2018ResistivityAI,
  title={Resistivity Anomaly in Weyl Semimetal candidate Molybdenum Telluride},
  author={Dhavala Suri and Christopher Linderalv and Bogdan Karpiak and Linnea Anderson and Sandeep Kumar Singh and Andr{\'e} Dankert and Fangcheng Chou and Raman Sankar and Paul Erhart and Saroj Prasad Dash and R. S. Patel},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={2018}
}
The Weyl semi-metal candidate MoTe$_{2}$ is expected to exhibit a range of exotic electronic transport properties. It exhibits a structural phase transition near room temperature that is evident in the thermal hysteresis in resistivity and thermopower (Seebeck coefficient) as well as large spin-orbit interaction. Here, we also document a resistivity anomaly of up to 13% in the temperature window between 25 and 50 K, which is found to be strongly anisotropic. Based on the experimental data in… 

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