Dirac gap opening and Dirac-fermion-mediated magnetic coupling in antiferromagnetic Gd-doped topological insulators and their manipulation by synchrotron radiation

A. M. Shikin, D. A. Estyunin, Yu I. Surnin, A. V. Koroleva, E. V. Shevchenko, K. A. Kokh, O. E. Tereshchenko, S. Kumar, E. F. Schwier, K. Shimada, T. Yoshikawa, Y. Saitoh, Y. Takeda, A. Kimura

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A new kind of magnetically-doped antiferromagnetic (AFM) topological insulators (TIs) with stoichiometry Bi 1.09 Gd 0.06 Sb 0.85 Te 3 has been studied by angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES), superconducting magnetometry (SQUID) and X-ray magnetic circular dichroism (XMCD) with analysis of its electronic structure and surface-derived magnetic properties at different temperatures. This TI is characterized by the location of the Dirac gap at the Fermi level (E F ) and a bulk AFM coupling below the Neel temperature (4–8 K). At temperatures higher than the bulk AFM/PM transition, a surface magnetic layer is proposed to develop, where the coupling between the magnetic moments located at magnetic impurities (Gd) is mediated by the Topological Surface State (TSS) via surface Dirac-fermion-mediated magnetic coupling. This hypothesis is supported by a gap opening at the Dirac point (DP) indicated by the surface-sensitive ARPES, a weak hysteresis loop measured by SQUID at temperatures between 30 and 100 K, XMCD measurements demonstrating a surface magnetic moment at 70 K and a temperature dependence of the electrical resistance exhibiting a mid-gap semiconducting behavior up to temperatures of 100–130 K, which correlates with the temperature dependence of the surface magnetization and confirms the conclusion that only TSS are located at the E F . The increase of the TSS’s spectral weight during resonant ARPES at a photon energy corresponding to the Gd 4d-4f edge support the hypothesis of a magnetic coupling between the Gd ions via the TSS and corresponding magnetic moment transfer at elevated temperatures. Finally, the observed out-of-plane and in-plane magnetization induced by synchrotron radiation (SR) due to non-equal depopulation of the TSS with opposite momentum, as seen through change in the Dirac gap value and the k -shift of the Dirac cone (DC) states, can be an indicator of the modification of the surface magnetic coupling mediated by the TSS.

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Номер статьи4813
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ЖурналScientific Reports
Том9
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Temperature
Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Circular Dichroism
Magnetometry
X-Rays
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Photons
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Shikin, A. M. ; Estyunin, D. A. ; Surnin, Yu I. ; Koroleva, A. V. ; Shevchenko, E. V. ; Kokh, K. A. ; Tereshchenko, O. E. ; Kumar, S. ; Schwier, E. F. ; Shimada, K. ; Yoshikawa, T. ; Saitoh, Y. ; Takeda, Y. ; Kimura, A. / Dirac gap opening and Dirac-fermion-mediated magnetic coupling in antiferromagnetic Gd-doped topological insulators and their manipulation by synchrotron radiation. В: Scientific Reports. 2019 ; Том 9, № 1. стр. 4813.
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