: We experimentally and computationally investigate the magneto-conductance across the radial heterojunction of InAs-GaSb core-shell nanowires under a magnetic field, B, up to 30 T and at temperatures in the range 4.2-200 K. The observed double-peak negative differential conductance markedly blue-shifts with increasing B. The doublet accounts for spin-polarized currents through the Zeeman split channels of the InAs (GaSb) conduction (valence) band and exhibits strong anisotropy with respect to B orientation and marked temperature dependence. Envelope function approximation and a semiclassical (WKB) approach allow to compute the magnetic quantum states of InAs and GaSb sections of the nanowire and to estimate the B-dependent tunneling current across the broken-gap interface. Disentangling different magneto-transport channels and a thermally activated valence-to-valence band transport current, we extract the g-factor from the spin-up and spin-down dI/dV branch dispersion, revealing a giant, strongly anisotropic g-factor in excess of 60 (100) for the radial (tilted) field configurations.

Spin-Resolved Magneto-Tunneling and Giant Anisotropic g-Factor in Broken Gap InAs-GaSb Core-Shell Nanowires / Clericò, V.; Wójcik, P.; Vezzosi, A.; Rocci, M.; Demontis, V.; Zannier, V.; Díaz-Fernández, A.; Díaz, E.; Bellani, V.; Domínguez-Adame, F.; Diez, E.; Sorba, L.; Bertoni, A.; Goldoni, G.; Rossella, F.. - In: NANO LETTERS. - ISSN 1530-6984. - 24:3(2023), pp. 790-796. [10.1021/acs.nanolett.3c02559]

Spin-Resolved Magneto-Tunneling and Giant Anisotropic g-Factor in Broken Gap InAs-GaSb Core-Shell Nanowires

Clericò V.;Vezzosi A.;Sorba L.;Goldoni G.;Rossella F.
2023

Abstract

: We experimentally and computationally investigate the magneto-conductance across the radial heterojunction of InAs-GaSb core-shell nanowires under a magnetic field, B, up to 30 T and at temperatures in the range 4.2-200 K. The observed double-peak negative differential conductance markedly blue-shifts with increasing B. The doublet accounts for spin-polarized currents through the Zeeman split channels of the InAs (GaSb) conduction (valence) band and exhibits strong anisotropy with respect to B orientation and marked temperature dependence. Envelope function approximation and a semiclassical (WKB) approach allow to compute the magnetic quantum states of InAs and GaSb sections of the nanowire and to estimate the B-dependent tunneling current across the broken-gap interface. Disentangling different magneto-transport channels and a thermally activated valence-to-valence band transport current, we extract the g-factor from the spin-up and spin-down dI/dV branch dispersion, revealing a giant, strongly anisotropic g-factor in excess of 60 (100) for the radial (tilted) field configurations.
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Spin-Resolved Magneto-Tunneling and Giant Anisotropic g-Factor in Broken Gap InAs-GaSb Core-Shell Nanowires / Clericò, V.; Wójcik, P.; Vezzosi, A.; Rocci, M.; Demontis, V.; Zannier, V.; Díaz-Fernández, A.; Díaz, E.; Bellani, V.; Domínguez-Adame, F.; Diez, E.; Sorba, L.; Bertoni, A.; Goldoni, G.; Rossella, F.. - In: NANO LETTERS. - ISSN 1530-6984. - 24:3(2023), pp. 790-796. [10.1021/acs.nanolett.3c02559]
Clericò, V.; Wójcik, P.; Vezzosi, A.; Rocci, M.; Demontis, V.; Zannier, V.; Díaz-Fernández, A.; Díaz, E.; Bellani, V.; Domínguez-Adame, F.; Diez, E.; Sorba, L.; Bertoni, A.; Goldoni, G.; Rossella, F.
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