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Magnetically doped semiconducting topological insulators
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FIG. 1.

(a) RHEED pattern along [110] direction of an as-grown surface of Bi2−xCrxSe3 with a thickness of 7 QLs. (b) RHEED oscillations of intensity of the specular beam. The oscillation period is found to be 108 s, corresponding to a growth rate of ∼0.56 QL/min. (c) AFM image of the Bi1.9Cr0.1Se3 thin film with the size of 0.3 μm × 0.3 μm. (d) HRTEM of a Bi1.8Cr0.2Se3 grown on a Si (111) substrate.

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FIG. 2.

ARPES intensity maps of un-capped 50 QL Bi2−xCrxSe3 thin films with (a) x = 0, (b) x = 0.02, (c) x = 0.1, and (d) x = 0.2 on Si (111) along the Γ-K direction. With the introduction of magnetic Cr doping, the surface will deviate from the original linear massless Dirac fermion state and becomes broaden. The surface will also open a larger band gap with higher Cr concentration as illustrated by the solid yellow lines. All data are taken using 52 eV photons under the temperature of 10 K.

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FIG. 3.

(a) The dependence of the longitudinal resistance Rxx on temperature for a Hall bar device fabricated on the 50 QL Bi1.9Cr0.1Se3 thin film sample on Si (111). The monotonically increase in Rxx with temperature decreasing shows the semiconductor behavior. Inset: modified Arrhenius law of the R-T curve. The polaron formation energy Ea is found to be 35.5 meV and α = 3/2 for non-adiabatic small polaron hopping. (b) Magnetization versus temperature for the sample under zero-field cooling (red circles) and field cooling (blue squires) conditions. The external field is 50 Oe perpendicular to the sample surface. Inset: plot of (χ − χ 0)−1 versus temperature T. This relation does not follow the linear Curie-Weiss law above Tc .

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FIG. 4.

(a) M-H loops of the 50 QL Bi1.9Cr0.1Se3 thin film at 5 K, 10 K, 15 K, 20 K, 30 K, and 35 K. Inset: zoom-in hysteresis loop at 5 K, the coercivity field is started to be around 150 Oe. (b) Arrott plots of H/M versus M 2 for magnetic isotherms from 14 K to 26 K. (c) Modified Arrott-Noakes plots of (H/M)1/1.39 versus M 1/0.37 for data in (b). The applied magnetic field is always perpendicular to the sample surface, and the field range which covers from −8000 Oe to 8000 Oe is high enough to saturate the magnetic moment.

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FIG. 5.

Magneto-transport measurements of 50 QL Bi2−xCrxSe3 thin films on Si (111) substrate. (a) The dependence of 2D carrier density (red-open circle) and mobility (blue-solid square) on the Cr doping concentration at 1.9 K. (b) B-field dependent anomalous Hall effect (RA·M) with Cr doping concentration (x = 0.02, 0.1, 0.2, and 0.3). Linear ordinary Hall component of Ro·H has been subtracted from the Hall resistance. Inset: the evolution of coercivity field HC under different Cr compositions at 1.9 K.


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Scitation: Magnetically doped semiconducting topological insulators