Quantum Oscillations in the Field-induced Ferromagnetic State of MnBi$_{2-x}$Sb$_{x}$Te$_{4}$

Qianni Jiang, Chong Wang, Paul Malinowski, Zhaoyu Liu, Yue Shi, Zhong Lin, Zaiyao Fei, Tiancheng Song, David Graf, Xiaodong Xu, Jiaqiang Yan, Di Xiao (+1 others)
The intrinsic antiferromagnetic topological insulator MnBi$_{2}$Te$_{4}$ undergoes a metamagnetic transition in a c-axis magnetic field. It has been predicted that ferromagnetic MnBi$_{2}$Te$_{4}$ is an ideal Weyl semimetal with a single pair of Weyl nodes. Here we report measurements of quantum oscillations detected in the field-induced ferromagnetic phase of MnBi$_{2-x}$Sb$_{x}$Te$_{4}$, where Sb substitution tunes the majority carriers from electrons to holes. Single frequency Shubnikov-de
more » ... as oscillations were observed in a wide range of Sb concentrations (0.54 $\leq$ x $\leq$ 1.21). The evolution of the oscillation frequency and the effective mass shows reasonable agreement with the Weyl semimetal band-structure of ferromagnetic MnBi$_{2}$Te$_{4}$ predicted by density functional calculations. Intriguingly, the quantum oscillation frequency shows a strong temperature dependence, indicating that the electronic structure sensitively depends on magnetism.
doi:10.48550/arxiv.2011.11798 fatcat:xq7yjp256ragno4qa4lsf2kusy