3 years ago

Bound states induced by the ferromagnetic dimer in a triangular lattice.

Szczepan Głodzik, Andrzej Ptok

The ongoing efforts aiming at control and manipulation of novel topological phases renewed the interest in bound states induced in superconducting substrates by magnetic impurities. First described by Yu, Shiba and Rusinov, those bound states are spin-polarized and exhibit a rather large spatial extent in two dimensional (2D) materials. Here, using the Bogoliubov--de~Gennes formalism, we study the Yu--Shiba--Rusinov bound states induced by a ferromagnetic dimer in 2D triangular lattice. We describe various topographies of the in-gap bound states, depending on the coupling between impurities and superconducting host.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.03559

DOI: arXiv:1801.03559v1

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