Systemic consequences of disorder in magnetically self-organized topological MnBi2Te4/(Bi2Te3)n superlattices

@article{Sitnicka2021SystemicCO,
  title={Systemic consequences of disorder in magnetically self-organized topological MnBi2Te4/(Bi2Te3)n superlattices},
  author={Joanna Sitnicka and Kyungwha Park and Pawel Skupi'nski and Krzysztof Grasza and Anna Reszka and Kamil Sobczak and Jolanta Borysiuk and Zbigniew Adamus and Mateusz Tokarczyk and Andrei Avdonin and Irina Valentinovna Fedorchenko and Irina Abaloszewa and Sylwia Turczyniak-Surdacka and Natalia Olszowska and J. Kołodziej and Bogdan J. Kowalski and Haiming Deng and Marcin Konczykowski and Lia Krusin-Elbaum and Agnieszka Wołos},
  journal={2D Materials},
  year={2021}
}
MnBi2Te4/(Bi2Te3)n materials system has recently generated strong interest as a natural platform for realization of the quantum anomalous Hall (QAH) state. The system is magnetically much better ordered than substitutionally doped materials, however, the detrimental effects of certain disorders are becoming increasingly acknowledged. Here, from compiling structural, compositional, and magnetic metrics of disorder in ferromagnetic MnBi2Te4/(Bi2Te3)n it is found that migration of Mn between… Expand

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