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Deep Insight Into the Electronic Structure of Ternary Topological Insulators: A Comparative Study of PbBi4Te7 and PbBi6Te10

Pacile, D., Eremeev, S. V., Caputo, M., Pisarra, M., De Luca, O., Grimaldi, I., Fujii, J., Aliev, Z. S., Babanly, M. B., Vobornik, I., Agostino, R. G., Goldoni, A., Chulkov, V. & Papagno, M., Dec-2018, In : Physica status solidi-Rapid research letters. 12, 12, 8 p., 1800341.

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Pacile, D., Eremeev, S. V., Caputo, M., Pisarra, M., De Luca, O., Grimaldi, I., Fujii, J., Aliev, Z. S., Babanly, M. B., Vobornik, I., Agostino, R. G., Goldoni, A., Chulkov, V., & Papagno, M. (2018). Deep Insight Into the Electronic Structure of Ternary Topological Insulators: A Comparative Study of PbBi4Te7 and PbBi6Te10. Physica status solidi-Rapid research letters, 12(12), [1800341]. https://doi.org/10.1002/pssr.201800341

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Pacile, D. ; Eremeev, S. V. ; Caputo, M. ; Pisarra, M. ; De Luca, O. ; Grimaldi, I. ; Fujii, J. ; Aliev, Z. S. ; Babanly, M. B. ; Vobornik, I. ; Agostino, R. G. ; Goldoni, A. ; Chulkov, V. ; Papagno, M. / Deep Insight Into the Electronic Structure of Ternary Topological Insulators : A Comparative Study of PbBi4Te7 and PbBi6Te10. In: Physica status solidi-Rapid research letters. 2018 ; Vol. 12, No. 12.

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Pacile, D, Eremeev, SV, Caputo, M, Pisarra, M, De Luca, O, Grimaldi, I, Fujii, J, Aliev, ZS, Babanly, MB, Vobornik, I, Agostino, RG, Goldoni, A, Chulkov, V & Papagno, M 2018, 'Deep Insight Into the Electronic Structure of Ternary Topological Insulators: A Comparative Study of PbBi4Te7 and PbBi6Te10', Physica status solidi-Rapid research letters, vol. 12, no. 12, 1800341. https://doi.org/10.1002/pssr.201800341

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Deep Insight Into the Electronic Structure of Ternary Topological Insulators : A Comparative Study of PbBi4Te7 and PbBi6Te10. / Pacile, D.; Eremeev, S. V.; Caputo, M.; Pisarra, M.; De Luca, O.; Grimaldi, I.; Fujii, J.; Aliev, Z. S.; Babanly, M. B.; Vobornik, I.; Agostino, R. G.; Goldoni, A.; Chulkov, V.; Papagno, M.

In: Physica status solidi-Rapid research letters, Vol. 12, No. 12, 1800341, 12.2018.

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Pacile D, Eremeev SV, Caputo M, Pisarra M, De Luca O, Grimaldi I et al. Deep Insight Into the Electronic Structure of Ternary Topological Insulators: A Comparative Study of PbBi4Te7 and PbBi6Te10. Physica status solidi-Rapid research letters. 2018 Dec;12(12). 1800341. https://doi.org/10.1002/pssr.201800341


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title = "Deep Insight Into the Electronic Structure of Ternary Topological Insulators: A Comparative Study of PbBi4Te7 and PbBi6Te10",
abstract = "By means of angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy measurements, the electronic band structure of the three-dimensional PbBi4Te7 and PbBi6Te10 topological insulators is compared. The measurements clearly reveal coexisting topological and multiple Rashba-like split states close to the Fermi level for both systems. The observed topological states derive from different surface terminations, as confirmed by scanning tunneling microscopy measurements, and are well-described by the density functional theory simulations. Both the topological and the Rashba-like states reveal a prevalent two-dimensional character barely affected by air exposure. X-ray and valence band photoemission measurements suggest Rashba-like states stem from the van der Waals gap expansion, consistently with density functional theory calculations.",
keywords = "density functional theory, electronic structure, photoemission, scanning tunneling microscopy, topological insulators, SURFACE-STATES, TRANSITION, ORDER",
author = "D. Pacile and Eremeev, {S. V.} and M. Caputo and M. Pisarra and {De Luca}, O. and I. Grimaldi and J. Fujii and Aliev, {Z. S.} and Babanly, {M. B.} and I. Vobornik and Agostino, {R. G.} and A. Goldoni and V. Chulkov and M. Papagno",
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doi = "10.1002/pssr.201800341",
language = "English",
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journal = "Physica status solidi-Rapid research letters",
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AU - Caputo, M.

AU - Pisarra, M.

AU - De Luca, O.

AU - Grimaldi, I.

AU - Fujii, J.

AU - Aliev, Z. S.

AU - Babanly, M. B.

AU - Vobornik, I.

AU - Agostino, R. G.

AU - Goldoni, A.

AU - Chulkov, V.

AU - Papagno, M.

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N2 - By means of angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy measurements, the electronic band structure of the three-dimensional PbBi4Te7 and PbBi6Te10 topological insulators is compared. The measurements clearly reveal coexisting topological and multiple Rashba-like split states close to the Fermi level for both systems. The observed topological states derive from different surface terminations, as confirmed by scanning tunneling microscopy measurements, and are well-described by the density functional theory simulations. Both the topological and the Rashba-like states reveal a prevalent two-dimensional character barely affected by air exposure. X-ray and valence band photoemission measurements suggest Rashba-like states stem from the van der Waals gap expansion, consistently with density functional theory calculations.

AB - By means of angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy measurements, the electronic band structure of the three-dimensional PbBi4Te7 and PbBi6Te10 topological insulators is compared. The measurements clearly reveal coexisting topological and multiple Rashba-like split states close to the Fermi level for both systems. The observed topological states derive from different surface terminations, as confirmed by scanning tunneling microscopy measurements, and are well-described by the density functional theory simulations. Both the topological and the Rashba-like states reveal a prevalent two-dimensional character barely affected by air exposure. X-ray and valence band photoemission measurements suggest Rashba-like states stem from the van der Waals gap expansion, consistently with density functional theory calculations.

KW - density functional theory

KW - electronic structure

KW - photoemission

KW - scanning tunneling microscopy

KW - topological insulators

KW - SURFACE-STATES

KW - TRANSITION

KW - ORDER

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DO - 10.1002/pssr.201800341

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JO - Physica status solidi-Rapid research letters

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