Topological Superconductivity in Rashba Spin-Orbital Coupling Suppressed Monolayer \{beta}-Bi2Pd

14 Aug 2020  ·  Xin-Hai Tu, Peng-Fei Liu, Wen Yin, Jun-Rong Zhang, Ping Zhang, Bao-Tian Wang ·

The weak interlayer Van Der Waals material \{beta}-Bi2Pd has recently been established as a strong topological superconductor candidate with unconventional spin-triplet pairing and Majorana zero modes at vortices. In this letter, we study the topological characters and the superconducting pairing, which are still obscure in monolayer \{beta}-Bi2Pd, in light of our effective theoretical model... We find that the non-Rashba spin-orbital coupling plays a critical role in realizing and tuning various novel topological natures. In particular, the spin-triplet p-wave superconducting pairing with Majorana zero mode is revealed in monolayer \{beta}-Bi2Pd. Our studies deepen the understanding of topology and superconductivity in monolayer \{beta}-Bi2Pd and indicate it is a promising platform for achieving low-dimentional topological superconductivity. read more

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