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Spin Hall photoconductance in a three-dimensional topological insulator at room temperature

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-405447
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10.5283/epub.40544
Seifert, P. ; Vaklinova, K. ; Ganichev, Sergey ; Kern, K. ; Burghard, M. ; Holleitner, A. W.
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Abstract

Three-dimensional topological insulators are a class of Dirac materials, wherein strong spin-orbit coupling leads to two-dimensional surface states. The latter feature spin-momentum locking, i.e., each momentum vector is associated with a spin locked perpendicularly to it in the surface plane. While the principal spin generation capability of topological insulators is well established, ...

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