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Tuning carrier type and density in by Ca-doping
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FIG. 1.

X-ray diffraction pattern of an undoped crystal. The inset is an azimuthal scan, exhibiting the expected threefold symmetry of the (015) diffraction peak.

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FIG. 2.

FTIR transmittance spectra for both doped and undoped samples. Two Ca-doped samples have the smallest interband transition energy, . Samples with higher (-type) and lower (-type) Ca doping have a larger . This indicates that Ca is close to the compensate point. The inset is a picture of a cleaved Ca-doped crystal.

Image of FIG. 3.
FIG. 3.

Interband transition energy, vs 3D carrier concentration, . Negative values in represent -type while positive values represent -type. The best fit of to the data results in and the reduced effective mass, . The insets show the sketches of interband transitions for - and -type samples. We use the same fitting parameters for both sides.

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FIG. 4.

Temperature-dependent resistivity curves for both doped and undoped samples. One -type sample shows the insulating behavior. Its resistivity is two orders of magnitude greater than that of the metallic samples. The inset is the normalized resistivity vs .


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Scitation: Tuning carrier type and density in Bi2Se3 by Ca-doping