Abstract
Superconductor–insulator transition is one of the remarkable phenomena driven by quantum fluctuation in twodimensional (2D) systems. Such a quantum phase transition (QPT) was investigated predominantly on highly disordered thin films with amorphous or granular structures using scaling law with constant exponents. Here, we provide a totally different view of QPT in highly crystalline 2D superconductors. According to the magnetotransport measurements in 2D superconducting ZrNCl and MoS_{2}, we found that the quantum metallic state commonly observed at low magnetic fields is converted via the quantum Griffiths state to the weakly localized metal at high magnetic fields. The scaling behavior, characterized by the diverging dynamical critical exponent (Griffiths singularity), indicates that the quantum fluctuation manifests itself as superconducting puddles, in marked contrast to the thermal fluctuation. We suggest that an evolution from the quantum metallic to the quantum Griffiths state is generic nature in highly crystalline 2D superconductors with weak pinning potentials.
Introduction
Twodimensional (2D) superconductors have been wellknown platforms for the study of a quantum phase transition (QPT). In granular or amorphous superconducting thin films, which were initial 2D superconductors with atomic layer thickness, a direct superconductor–insulator transition (SIT) was a consequence of the QPT occurring at zero temperature. The SIT has been for a long time discussed based on the so called “dirtyboson model”, which is applied to the highly and homogeneously disordered systems^{1,2}. In this scenario, the ground state is either superconductor or insulator distinguished by a quantum critical point (QCP), which is characterized by the critical sheet resistance and a critical tuning parameter for degree of disorder, magnetic field, or carrier density. However, in recently found highly crystalline 2D superconductors^{3}, such as the gateinduced single crystal surfaces^{4} and the mechanically exfoliated atomic layers^{5}, the dirtyboson scenario for the magnetic fieldinduced SIT needs to be modified using a different picture incorporating a wide quantum metallic state/vortex liquid state. Such a metallic state following the fragile zeroresistance state occurs because of the quantum creep motion of vortices originating from the minimal disorder and the extremely weak pinning.
Although the resistance in the quantum metallic state is nonzero, this state starts far below the mean field upper critical field (B_{c2}^{MF}) without showing localized behavior. Thus, the crossover or transition from the quantum metallic state to the normal state at low temperatures, including superconducting fluctuation regime, emerges as a new unsolved problem of the QPTs in the highly crystalline 2D superconductors^{3,6,7,8,9,10}. Recently, there appeared a couple of clues for this issue. One is the gateinduced superconducting surface of a ZrNCl single crystal, in which the finitesize scaling (FSS) law of transport property does not obey the dirtyboson scheme any more^{4}. Others are molecularbeamepitaxy grown Ga trilayer^{11}, NbSe_{2} monolayer^{12}, and LaAlO_{3}/SrTiO_{3} (110) interface^{13}, in which a different type of the QCP, the quantum Griffiths singularity^{14}, was observed at ultralow temperatures.
Here, we propose a comprehensive quantum phase diagram including superconducting fluctuation outside the mean field phase boundary of highly crystalline 2D superconductors. Based on the magnetotransport study in iongated ZrNCl and MoS_{2}, we found that these 2D superconducting systems commonly show the wide range of a quantum phase stemming from the very low magnetic field to a QCP beyond B_{c2}^{MF}. Especially, the observed QPT is characterized by the diverging behavior of critical exponent toward a QCP known as quantum Griffiths singularity. This implies that the critical phenomenon below the QCP is described by the exponentially small but nonzero probability of largeordered regions, so called rare regions. Such rare regions are interpreted as the superconducting puddles surviving in the normal state background with a long time and length scale at T → 0 K^{15}, which evolves from the shortrangeordered vortex state accompanied by the quantum vortex creep at low magnetic fields below B_{c2}^{MF}. The present observation strongly indicates that quantum fluctuation governs the wide quantum metallic state and its crossover to the quantum Griffiths state consisting of superconducting puddles, leading to a generic feature of highly crystalline 2D superconductors.
Results
Superconductivity and quantum metal in iongated ZrNCl and MoS_{2}
ZrNCl and MoS_{2} are originally band insulators with honeycomblayered crystal structures (Fig. 1a), both of which exhibit superconductivity by alkali–metal intercalation or fieldeffect doping^{3}. We prepared electricdoublelayer transistors (EDLTs) with those single crystal flakes (see “Methods” for details), in which almost all the carriers are accumulated in the topmost layer with 1–2 nm at high gate voltages, resulting in truly 2D superconductivity at low temperatures^{4,16}.
Figure 1b displays temperaturedependent sheet resistance R_{sheet}(T) at V_{G} = 6.0 V (sheet carrier density n_{2D} is 4.8 × 10^{14} cm^{−2} at 30 K) for zero and finite magnetic fields B applied perpendicular to the surface of iongated ZrNCl. In zero magnetic field, the ZrNClEDLT exhibits superconductivity with a critical temperature T_{c} of 14.6 K. Here, T_{c} is defined as the temperature where the sheet resistance becomes a half of the normal state value, and is almost equal to the mean field transition temperature T_{c0} estimated by thermal fluctuation theories^{4}. By applying B, the resistive transitions are considerably broadened because of the thermal phase fluctuation, and then level off at low temperatures due to the quantum phase fluctuation, indicating the quantum metallic state. This quantum metallic state, which appears once the magnetic field is switched on, possibly originates from weak pinning potentials and large fluctuations reflecting the twodimensionality^{4}. Such a stable quantum metallic state does not appear in atomically ordered 2D superconductors grown by molecularbeamepitaxy^{12,17,18}, possibly because of the atomic steps of substrate working as strong pinning centers. In the exfoliated 2D superconductors like ZrNCl, MoS_{2}, and NbSe_{2}, such atomic steps are basically absent^{4,5,16}.
Estimation of mean field upper critical field B _{c2} ^{MF}
For establishing a global phase diagram of 2D superconductors, the estimation of both mean field upper critical field B_{c2}^{MF}(T) and superconducting onset are crucial. For this purpose, we adopted the Ullah–Dorsey (UD) scaling theory^{19} (see Supplementary Note 1 for details) to calculate B_{c2}^{MF}(T), where the excess conductance due to the thermal superconducting fluctuation, G_{fl} ≡ 1/R_{sheet}(T) – 1/R_{N}(T), in finite B is described with the Hatree approximation as follows:
Here, R_{N}(T) is the sheet resistance in the normal state, s = 1 in the case of a 2D system^{20} and T_{c}^{MF}(B) the mean field transition temperature in a magnetic field, corresponds to the temperature on the B_{c2}^{MF}(T) curve. As shown in Fig. 1c, by using R_{sheet}(T) at B = 9.0 T as R_{N}(T) and T_{c}^{MF}(B) as fitting parameters, G_{fl}(T) curves in the ZrNClEDLT at T > T_{c}^{MF}(B) and B = 0.1–1.8 T collapse onto a single curve with the slope of −1 in log–log plots, obeying the UD scaling law of Eq. (1). Then, we plotted T_{c}^{MF}(B) or B_{c2}^{MF}(T) as shown in Fig. 1d together with the superconducting onset temperature and field, T_{onset} and B_{c}, which are defined later. The T_{c}^{MF}(B) at 0.1 T is close to the temperature for 50% of the normal state resistance. With increasing B, R_{sheet}(T_{c}^{MF})/R_{N} increases and goes over 90% around T_{c}^{MF}(B) ∼ T_{c0}/2. At lower temperatures below T_{c0}/2, where the UD scaling theory does not holds^{19}, we simply defined T_{c}^{MF}(B) as the temperature for 95% of the normal resistance. T_{c}^{MF}(B) or B_{c2}^{MF}(T) thus obtained obeys the Wertharmer–Helfand–Hohenberg (WHH) theory^{21} as shown in the dashed curve in Fig. 1d. By using the similar process as the ZrNClEDLT, we determined T_{c}^{MF}(B) or B_{c2}^{MF}(T) curve of the MoS_{2}EDLT (V_{G} = 5.0 V and n_{2D} = 1.3 × 10^{14} cm^{−2}) as shown in Fig. 1e.
Crossover from quantum metal to quantum Griffiths state
After knowing the mean field curve, we next investigate the superconducting onset. Figure 2a–d show the magnetoresistance at various temperatures in ZrNCl and MoS_{2}. In both cases, the isotherms show multiple crossing points, indicating that each R–B curve cross at different points. The cross points of R–B curves at neighboring temperatures, which are defined as B_{c}(T), are plotted in Fig. 1d, e as orange squares. In these figures, we also plot the onset temperature T_{onset} of resistance drop in a magnetic field, defined by the temperature where dR_{sheet}/dT = 0 (see Supplementary Note 2 for details). Interestingly, T_{onset} traces almost the same curve as that of B_{c}(T). Because both T_{onset}(B) or B_{c}(T) curve is above the mean field curve, it is interpreted as the onset temperature (or magnetic field) of superconducting fluctuation. Both Fig. 1d, e represent the large fluctuation region outside the mean field curve, reflecting that the systems are at the 2D limit. More importantly, the interval between B_{c}(T) and B_{c2}^{MF}(T) increases with decreasing T in ZrNCl or almost unchanged in MoS_{2}, respectively. This behavior cannot be explained by the effect of thermal fluctuation, which results in the decrease of the interval, and signifies the occurrence of the quantum fluctuation at low temperature and high magnetic fields.
The multicrossing behavior at low temperatures in Fig. 2a–d shows marked contrast to the single crossing point observed in amorphous metallic films, e.g., MoGe^{22} and Ta films^{23}, suggesting that the present system is not classified into the conventional universality class, which exhibits a direct superconductor–insulator transition with a single crossing point. A possible scenario for the quantum fluctuation above B_{c2}^{MF}(T) is the quantum Griffiths singularity, which was first theoretically proposed to understand the divergence of the dynamical exponent in QPTs in various lattice models with randomness^{24,25}. The existence of the quantum Griffiths singularity has been experimentally applied first to magnetic metal systems^{26,27,28} and recently to 2D superconductors^{11,12,13} (see Supplementary Note 3 for details).
We have tested the scenario of the quantum Griffiths singularity by introducing the FSS law for magnetoresistance expressed as,
in various temperature regimes around the crossing points (see Supplementary Note 4 for details). Here, R_{c} and B_{c} are the asymptotic critical sheet resistance and the critical magnetic field defined as the values at the crossing points, f (x) the scaling function with f (0) = 1, z and v the dynamical and static critical exponent, respectively. To examine the evolution of the effective critical exponents zv with the decrease (or increase) in T (or B), five representative crossing points were selected both for ZrNCl and MoS_{2}, respectively, and then the FSS analysis at various temperature regimes were performed. During the scaling, we derived zv by assuming that the functional forms of f(x) both for x > 0 and x < 0 unchanged (see Supplementary Note 4). As shown in Fig. 3a, b, zv is not constant but varies as a function of magnetic field in both systems: in the low magnetic field (high temperature) regime, zv is around 0.5, while it increases with increasing (decreasing) magnetic field (temperature), exceeding 1 (Fig. 3a, b). Finally, it seems to diverge toward a certain critical field following the relation of zv ∼ (B − B_{c}*)^{−0.6}, which is the evidence of quantum Griffiths singularity at characteristic critical magnetic field B_{c}*. This diverging behavior of the critical exponent with multiple crossing points is in stark contrast to that in the conventional dirty metallic films, which shows temperatureindependent constant critical exponents with a single critical field^{2}. Such a divergent critical exponent consistent with the Griffiths singularity indicates that rareordered regions exist even above B_{c2}^{MF} with a rather long timescale and finite length scale due to the quantum fluctuation. Such rare regions are interpreted as superconducting puddles in this particular case.
Discussion
Based on the experimental data of the ZrNClEDLT, we provide schematic images of quantum Griffiths state (Fig. 4a) and quantum metal (Fig. 4b), and propose a comprehensive phase diagram of highly crystalline 2D superconductors (Fig. 4c), which is characterized by two crossover curves, B_{c}(T) (orange squares) and T_{cross}(B) (blue triangles), and a mean field curve (black solid curve). The former corresponds to the onset of superconducting fluctuation terminating at the QCP characterized by the quantum Griffiths singularity at B = B_{c}* and T = 0 K. The latter T_{cross}(B) represents the crossover boundary between the thermal and quantum vortex creep region derived from the Arrhenius plot analysis of R_{sheet}(T) data in Fig. 1b (see Supplementary Note 5 for details). Because B_{c}(T) is extrapolated to the onset temperature T_{onset} of the Aslamazov–Larkintype fluctuation^{29} at B = 0, the region above T_{c}^{MF}(B) at low magnetic fields is dominated by thermal fluctuation of the order parameter amplitude. This state crossovers to the thermal creep (thermal phase fluctuation) below T_{c}^{MF}(B) and then to the quantum creep (quantum phase fluctuation) region below T_{cross}(B) with decreasing temperature. At high magnetic fields, on the other hand, thermal fluctuation region shrinks because of the decrease of T_{c}^{MF}(B). However, with further decreasing temperature, B_{c}(T) shows an upturn, which is a signature of the emergence of quantum fluctuation. The T_{cross}(B) curve seems smoothly connected to the upturn of B_{c}(T) at low temperatures. This feature suggests that the quantum fluctuations in highly crystalline 2D superconductors govern the evolution of the ground state, stemming from the quantum metallic state at a very low magnetic field (Fig. 4a) to the quantum Griffiths state (Fig. 4b), followed by the QPT above B_{c2}^{MF}(0) with the quantum Griffiths singularity (see Supplementary Note 6 for details). Such upturn behavior as observed in the ZrNClEDLT was not observed in the MoS_{2}EDLT. The absence of upturn behavior is possibly because of lower T_{c} and thus narrower measurement range in the MoS_{2}EDLT compared with the that in the ZrNClEDLT as discussed in the case of LaAlO_{3}/SrTiO_{3}^{13}. Nevertheless, the signature of divergent behavior of zv observed in the MoS_{2}EDLT suggests the existence of the quantum Griffiths state.
It is noted that the quantum Griffiths state, which shows activated critical behavior with divergent exponent, is different from the phase separation or originally spatial inhomogeneity of the superconducting state as is discussed in LaTiO_{3}/SrTiO_{3}, which shows multiple critical exponents^{30,31}. In the early works on amorphous 2D superconductors, the quantum Griffiths singularity was not observed even at ultralow temperatures^{23}. One possible reason for the absence of quantum Griffiths singularity, in addition to the measurement temperature range^{11}, is the large amount of homogeneously distributed quenched disorder, in the conventional 2D superconductors^{2}, which give a rather homogeneous effect. On the other hand, in highly crystalline 2D systems, the ordered regions and weakly disordered regions can coexist, which causes rare regions under sufficiently large magnetic fields, and thus leads to quantum Griffiths singularity. Therefore, the quantum Griffiths state is a signature of high crystallinity of the system. In the recent study of mechanically exfoliated 2D NbSe_{2}^{5}, neither the single crossing nor the multiple crossing behavior has been observed, leading to the absence of the quantum Griffiths state. This is possibly due to the further reduction of the quenched disorder in 2D single crystalline NbSe_{2}. In this case, the localization effect at low temperatures might be too small to observe the quantum Griffiths state.
In conclusion, we established the comprehensive quantum phase diagram including superconducting fluctuation regime in iongated 2D crystalline superconductors. This class of superconductors commonly exhibit the wide range of quantum metallic state and quantum Griffiths state as a ground state, which transfers into the weakly localized normal metal through a QPT showing the quantum Griffiths singularity. Furthermore, our results indicate that the coexistence of the puddlelike superconducting regions and the dissipation region, occurring owing to the combined effect of the strong quantum fluctuation and extremely weak pinning or disorder, is universal nature above B_{c2}^{MF} in the low temperatures in highly crystalline 2D superconductors.
Methods
Device fabrication
Bulk ZrNCl and 2Hpolytype MoS_{2} single crystals were mechanically exfoliated into thin flakes with dozens of nanometers in thickness using the Scotchtape method, and then, the flakes were transferred onto a SiO_{2}/Si substrate. Au (90 nm)/Cr (5 nm) electrodes were patterned onto an isolated thin flake in a Hall bar configuration, and a side gate electrode was patterned onto the substrate. A droplet of ionic liquid covered both the channel area and the gate electrode. Ionic liquid N,NdiethylN(2methoxyethyl)Nmethylammonium bis (trifluoromethylsulphonyl) imide (DEMETFSI) was selected as a gate medium. The sheet carrier densities n_{2D} induced electrostatically for the ZrNClEDLT at V_{G} = 6.0 and the MoS_{2}EDLT at V_{G} = 5.0 V, which were determined by the Hall effect measurements at 30 and 15 K, were 4.8 × 10^{14} cm^{−2} and 1.3 × 10^{14} cm^{−2}, respectively.
Transport measurements
The temperaturedependent resistance under magnetic fields was measured with a standard fourprobe geometry in a quantum design physical property measurement system (PPMS) combined with two kinds of AC lockin amplifiers (Stanford Research Systems Model SR830 DSP and Signal Recovery Model 5210). The gate voltage was supplied by a Keithley 2400 source meter at 230 K, which is just above the glass transition temperature of DEMETFSI, under high vacuum (less than 10^{−4} Torr).
Data availability
The data that support the findings of this study are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.
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Acknowledgements
We thank K. Kanoda, S. Okuma, S. Kaneko, and K. Ienaga for fruitful discussions. Y.S. was supported by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) through a research fellowship for young scientists (GrantinAid for JSPS Research Fellow, JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number JP15J07681). This work was supported by GrantinAid for Specially Promoted Research (JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number JP25000003) from JSPS and for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas (JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number JP15H05884) from JSPS.
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Saito, Y., Nojima, T. & Iwasa, Y. Quantum phase transitions in highly crystalline twodimensional superconductors. Nat Commun 9, 778 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/s4146701803275z
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