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Magnetoconductance, Quantum Hall Effect, and Coulomb Blockade in Topological Insulator Nanocones

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Kozlovsky, Raphael ; Graf, Ansgar ; Kochan, Denis ; Richter, Klaus ; Gorini, Cosimo

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Abstract

Magnetotransport through cylindrical topological insulator (TI) nanowires is governed by the interplay between quantum confinement and geometric (Aharonov-Bohm and Berry) phases. Here, we argue that the much broader class of TI nanowires with varying radius—for which a homogeneous coaxial magnetic field induces a varying Aharonov-Bohm flux that gives rise to a nontrivial masslike potential along ...

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