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Detection of highly conductive surface electron states in topological crystalline insulators Pb1−xSnxSe using laser terahertz radiation

URN to cite this document:
urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-349391
DOI to cite this document:
10.5283/epub.34939
Egorova, S. G. ; Chernichkin, V. I. ; Ryabova, L. I. ; Skipetrov, E. P. ; Yashina, L. V. ; Danilov, S. N. ; Ganichev, Sergey ; Khokhlov, D. R.
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Abstract

We suggest a method for detection of highly conductive surface electron states including topological ones. The method is based on measurements of the photoelectromagnetic effect using terahertz laser pulses. In contrast to conventional transport measurements, the method is not sensitive to the bulk conductivity. The method is demonstrated on an example of topological crystalline insulators ...

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