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Tracing Dirac points of topological surface states by ferromagnetic resonance

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Pietanesi, Laura ; Marganska, Magdalena ; Mayer, Thomas ; Barth, Michael ; Chen, Lin ; Zou, Ji ; Weindl, Adrian ; Liebig, Alexander ; Diaz-Pardo, Rebeca ; Suri, Dhavala ; Schmid, Florian ; Giessibl, Franz J. ; Richter, Klaus ; Tserkovnyak, Yaroslav ; Kronseder, Matthias ; Back, Christian H.
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Ferromagnetic resonance is used to reveal features of the buried electronic band structure at interfaces between ferromagnetic metals and topological insulators. By monitoring the evolution of magnetic damping, the application of this method to a hybrid structure consisting of a ferromagnetic layer and a 3D topological insulator reveals a clear fingerprint of the Dirac point and exhibits ...


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