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We report a Rashba spin splitting of a two-dimensional electron gas in the topological insulator Bi2Se3 from angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy. We further demonstrate its electrostatic control, and show that spin splittings can be achieved which are at least an order-of-magnitude larger than in other semiconductors. Together these results show promise for the miniaturization of spintronic devices to the nanoscale and their operation at room temperature.
- Topological insulator
- Effect transistor
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Topological Protection and NonEquilibriu: Topological Protection and NonEquilibrium States in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems
1/09/11 → 31/08/17
1/08/08 → 31/07/13
EP/F006640/1 Probing the Quantum: Probing the quantum many-body states of low-dimensional metals by angular resolved photoelectron spectroscopy
10/03/08 → 9/03/11