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      Response of the topological surface state to surface disorder in TlBiSe2 

      Pielmeier, Florian; Landolt, Gabriel; Slomski, Bartosz; Muff, Stefan; Berwanger, Julian; Eich, Andreas; Khajetoorians, Alexander A; Wiebe, Jens; Aliev, Ziya S.; Babanly, Mahammad B.; Wiesendanger, Roland; Osterwalder, Jürg; Tchoulkov Savkin, Evgueni Vladimirovich; Giessibl, Franz J.; Dil, J. Hugo (IOP Publishing, 2015-02-24)
      Through a combination of experimental techniques we show that the topmost layer of the topological insulator TlBiSe2 as prepared by cleavage is formed by irregularly shaped Tl islands at cryogenic temperatures and by mobile ...
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      Topologization of Beta-Antimonene on Bi2Se3 Via Proximity Effects 

      Holtgrewe, K.; Mahatha, S. K.; Sheverdyaeva, P. M.; Moras, P.; Flammini, R.; Colonna, S.; Ronci, F.; Papagno, M.; Barla, A.; Petaccia, Luca; Aliev, Ziya S.; Babanly, Mahammad B.; Chulkov, Evgueni V.; Sanna, S.; Hogan, C.; Carbone, C. (Nature, 2020-09-03)
      Topological surface states usually emerge at the boundary between a topological and a conventional insulator. Their precise physical character and spatial localization depend on the complex interplay between the chemical, ...
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      Tunable 3D/2D magnetism in the (MnBi2Te4)(Bi2Te3)mtopological insulators family 

      Klimovskikh, lya I.; Otrokov, Mikhail M.; Estyunin, Dmitry; Eremeev, Sergey V.; Filnov, Sergey O.; Koroleva, Alexandra; Shevchenko, Eugene; Voroshnin, Vladimir; Rybkin, Artem G.; Rusinov, Igor P.; Blanco Rey, María; Hoffmann, Martin; Aliev, Ziya S.; Babanly, Mahammad B.; Amiraslanov, Imamaddin R.; Abdullayev, Nadir A.; Zverev, Vladimir N.; Kimura, Akio; Tereshchenko, Oleg E.; Kokh, Konstantin A.; Petaccia, Luca; Di Santo, Giovanni; Ernst, Arthur; Echenique Landiribar, Pedro Miguel; Mamedov, Nazim T.; Shikin, Alexander M.; Chulkov, Evgueni V. (Nature, 2020-08-03)
      Feasibility of many emergent phenomena that intrinsic magnetic topological insulators (TIs) may host depends crucially on our ability to engineer and efficiently tune their electronic and magnetic structures. Here we report ...