Electronic structure in a transition metal dipnictide TaAs2

JOURNAL OF PHYSICS-CONDENSED MATTER(2024)

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The family of transition-metal dipnictides has been of theoretical and experimental interest because this family hosts topological states and extremely large magnetoresistance (MR). Recently, TaAs2 , a member of this family, has been predicted to support a topological crystalline insulating state. Here, by using high-resolution angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES), we reveal both closed and open pockets in the metallic Fermi surface (FS) and linearly dispersive bands on the ( 201 ) surface, along with the presence of extreme MR observed from magneto-transport measurements. A comparison of the ARPES results with first-principles computations shows that the linearly dispersive bands on the measured surface of TaAs2 are trivial bulk bands. The absence of symmetry-protected surface state on the ( 201 ) surface indicates its topologically dark nature. The presence of open FS features suggests that the open-orbit fermiology could contribute to the extremely large MR of TaAs2 .
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angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy,electronic structure,transition metal dipnictide,extreme magnetoresistance
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