Title: Topological electronic structure and Rashba effect in Bi thin layers: theoretical predictions and experiments
Authors: Hricovíni, Karol
Richter, Maria Christine
Heckmann, Olivier
Nicolai, Laurent Christophe
Mariot, Jean Michel
Minár, Jan
Citation: HRICOVÍNI, K., RICHTER, M. C. H., HECKMANN, O., NICOLAI, L. C. H., MARIOT, J. M., MINÁR, J. Topological electronic structure and Rashba effect in Bi thin layers: theoretical predictions and experiments. Journal of physics-condensed matter, 2019, roč. 31, č. 28, s. [1-17]. ISSN 0953-8984.
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Document type: článek
URI: 2-s2.0-85065807710
ISSN: 0953-8984
Keywords in different language: bismuth;Rashba effect;topological insulator;angle-resolved photoemission;spin-resolved photoemission;electronic structure calculations
Abstract in different language: The goal of the present review is to cross-compare theoretical predictions with selected experimental results on bismuth thin films exhibiting topological properties and a strong Rashba effect. The theoretical prediction that a single free-standing Bi(1 1 1) bilayer is a topological insulator has triggered a large series of studies of ultrathin Bi(1 1 1) films grown on various substrates. Using selected examples we review theoretical predictions of atomic and electronic structure of Bi thin films exhibiting topological properties due to interaction with a substrate. We also survey experimental signatures of topological surface states and Rashba effect, as obtained mostly by angle- and spin-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy.
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