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Molecular beam epitaxy of three-dimensional Dirac material Sr3
Y. Zhang, K. He, C. Z. Chang, C. L. Song, L. L. Wang, X. Chen, J. F. Jia, Z. Fang, X. Dai, W. Y. Shan, S. Q. Shen, Q. Niu, X. L. Qi, S. C. Zhang, X. C. Ma, and Q. K. Xue, Nat. Phys. 6, 584 (2010).
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A series of anti-perovskites including Sr3PbO are recently predicted to be a three-dimensional Dirac material with a small mass gap, which may be a topological crystalline insulator. Here, we report the epitaxial
growth of Sr3PbO thin films on LaAlO3 using molecular beam epitaxy.
X-ray diffraction indicates (001) growth of Sr3PbO, where  of Sr3PbO matches  of LaAlO3. Measurements of the Sr3PbO films with parylene/Al capping layers reveal a metallic conduction with p-type carrier density of ∼1020 cm−3. The successful growth of high quality Sr3PbO film is an important step for the exploration of its unique topological properties.
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