High-quality thin films of topological insulator Bi2Se3 grown on sapphire substrates present a long phase coherence length and allow direct observations of surface quantum oscillations. The key to achieving high mobility of surface electrons is to raise the main deposition temperature to 300−320 °C, which necessitates a two-step deposition procedure with the initial epilayer deposited at 110−130 °C.
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