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Probing spin helical surface states in topological HgTe nanowires

URN to cite this document:
urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-366554
DOI to cite this document:
10.5283/epub.36655
Ziegler, Johannes ; Kozlovsky, Raphael ; Gorini, Cosimo ; Liu, Ming-Hao ; Weishäupl, Sabine Josefine ; Maier, Hubert ; Fischer, Ralf ; Kozlov, D. A. ; Kvon, Z. D. ; Mikhailov, N. N. ; Dvoretsky, S. A. ; Richter, Klaus ; Weiss, Dieter
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Abstract

Nanowires with helical surface states represent key prerequisites for observing and exploiting phase-coherent topological conductance phenomena, such as spin-momentum locked quantum transport or topological superconductivity. We demonstrate in a joint experimental and theoretical study that gated nanowires fabricated from high-mobility strained HgTe, known as a bulk topological insulator, indeed ...

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