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Dataset. 2023

RESEARCH DATA SUPPORTING "NONLINEAR OPTICAL RESPONSE OF A PLASMONIC NANOANTENNA TO CIRCULARLY POLARIZED LIGHT: ROTATION OF MULTIPOLAR CHARGE DENSITY AND NEAR-FIELD SPIN ANGULAR MOMENTUM INVERSION"

  • Quijada, Marina
  • Babaze, Antton
  • Aizpurua, Javier
  • Borisov, Andrei G.
We include the dataset corresponding to the figures of the paper "Nonlinear Optical Response of a Plasmonic Nanoantenna to Circularly Polarized Light: Rotation of Multipolar Charge Density and Near-Field Spin Angular Momentum Inversion" by M. Quijada, A. Babaze, J. Aizpurua, and A.G. Borisov, published in the journal ACS Photonics, with DOI: 10.1021/acsphotonics.3c00783 . The set includes data to generate: optical spectra, charge density maps, time evolution of multipolar moments, and all the plots in the paper., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/337629
Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS FOR IONOSPHERE OVER EASTERN NORTH ATLANTIC MIDLATITUDINAL ZONE DURING GEOMAGNETIC STORMS

  • Barata, Teresa
  • Pereira, Joana
  • Hernández-Pajares, Manuel
  • Barlyaeva, Tatiana
  • Morozova, Anna
Supporting information: Figures S1–S8: Animations showing average ΔTEC variations (in σ units—semi-transparent colour scale) for the studied locations for each of the analysed storms. Figure S1—January 2015, S2—March 2015, S3—June 2015, S4—May 2017, S5—September 2017, S6—August 2018, S7—November 2021, S8—November 2022. Non-transparent grey—no data., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SURFACTANT-FREE COLLOIDAL SYNTHESES OF GOLD-BASED NANOMATERIALS IN ALKALINE WATER AND MONO-ALCOHOL MIXTURES [DATASET]

  • Quinson, Jonathan
  • Aalling-Frederiksen, Olivia
  • Dacayan, Waynah L.
  • Bjerregaard, Joachim D.
  • Jensen, Kim D.
  • Jørgensen, Mads R. V.
  • Kantor, Innokenty
  • Sørensen, Daniel R.
  • Theil Kuhn, Luise
  • Johnson, Matthew S.
  • Escudero, María
  • Simonsen, Søren B.
  • Jensen, Kirsten M. Ø.
120 pages. -- SA. Synthesis of Au NPs using ROH. -- SB. Experimental section. -- SC. Effect of mono-alcohol, mono-alcohol content and cation. -- SD. Effect of experimental parameters: HAuCl4 concentration, volume of solution, type of container used, light. -- SE. Effect of the nature of the alcohols. -- SF. Kinetics of the reduction. -- SG. Influence of the temperature. -- SH. Influence of base concentration. -- SI. Influence of gas atmosphere. -- SJ. Influence of the order of addition of the chemicals. -- SK. Discussion of Au NP formation. -- SL. Reproducibility. -- SM. Scalability. -- SN. Mixture of mono-alcohols. -- SO. Cation and surfactant effects . -- SP. Electrochemical characterization of Au NPs. -- SQ. Supported NPs. -- SR. Pd and bimetallic NPs. -- SS. Nanocomposites. -- ST. Electrochemical characterization of AuxPdy NPs and [x Au + y Pd] nanocomposites. -- SU. Outlook into multi-metallic nanomaterials. -- SV. Comparison of different catalysts. -- SW. References, Gold nanoparticles (Au NPs) and gold-based nanomaterials combine unique properties relevant for medicine, imaging, optics, sensing, catalysis, and energy conversion. While the Turkevich–Frens and Brust–Schiffrin methods remain the state-of-the-art colloidal syntheses of Au NPs, there is a need for more sustainable and tractable synthetic strategies leading to new model systems. In particular, stabilizers are almost systematically used in colloidal syntheses, but they can be detrimental for fundamental and applied studies. Here, a surfactant-free synthesis of size-controlled colloidal Au NPs stable for months is achieved by the simple reduction of HAuCl4 at room temperature in alkaline solutions of low-viscosity mono-alcohols such as ethanol or methanol and water, without the need for any other additives. Palladium (Pd) and bimetallic AuxPdy NPs, nanocomposites and multimetallic samples, are also obtained and are readily active (electro)­catalysts. The multiple benefits over the state-of-the-art syntheses that this simple synthesis bears for fundamental and applied research are highlighted., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/337631
Dataset. 2023

QUERCUS ILEX GERMINATION

  • Magaña Ugarte, Rosina
  • Pugnaire, Francisco I.
Germination data of sterilized and non-sterilized oak (Quercus ilex) seeds on sterilized and non-sterilized oak and pine soils, added with microbial extracts from oak and pine soils, plus a control of distilled water., Junta de Andalucía Regional Government (grant PY2020-0223), Spanish Research Agency (grant MCIN/AEI 10.13039/501100011033), Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR ADV. ENERGY MATER., DOI: 10.1002/AENM.202203681 SYNERGETIC PASSIVATION OF METAL-HALIDE PEROVSKITE WITH FLUORINATED PHENMETHYLAMMONIUM TOWARD EFFICIENT SOLAR CELLS AND MODULES

  • Zhu, Yanqing
  • Lv, Pin
  • Hu, Min
  • Raga, Sonia R.
  • Yin, Huiyu
  • Zhang, Yuxi
  • An, Ziqi
  • Zhu, Qinglong
  • Luo, Gan
  • Li, Wangnan
  • Huang, Fuzhi
  • Lira-Cantú, Mónica
  • Cheng, Yi-Bing
  • Lu, Jianfeng
31 pages. -- Experimental procedures. -- Figure S1 1H NMR spectrum of 2CF3-PMABr. -- Figure S2 XRD patterns of perovskite film and 2CF3-PMABr powder. -- Figure S3 XPS spectra of Br 3d and I 3d S9. -- Figure S4 FTIR spectra of 2CF3-PMABr powder and 2CF3-PMABr/PbI2 mixture. -- Figure S5 1H NMR spectrum of mixture. -- Figure S6 TRPL measurements. -- Figure S7 Image of perovskite thickness. -- Figure S8 SCLC curves of electron-only devices. -- Figure S9 Image of ToF-SIMS depth profiles. -- Figure S10 AFM and SEM images. -- Figure S11 Absorption spectra of perovskite films. -- Figure S12 UPS spectra of perovskite films and HTL. -- Figure S13 Statistic of photovoltaic parameter small area cells. -- Figure S14 The relationship of JSC with light intensity. -- Figure S15 Absorption spectra and microscopic images of large area perovskite films. -- Figure S16 VOC, JSC and FF evolution of modules. -- Figure S17 Image of water contact angle. -- Table S1 NMR peak position and area of 2CF3-PMABr mixture with FAI or MABr. -- Table S2 NMR peak position and area of PEABr mixture with FAI or MABr. -- Table S3 TRPL fitting data of perovskite films modified with different concentration. -- Table S4 TRPL fitting data of perovskite films post-annealed at different temperature. -- Table S5 TRPL fitting data of perovskite films with different thickness. -- Table S6 Photovoltaic parameters of solar cells. -- Table S7 Fitting parameters of the EIS., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

THERMOELECTRIC PERFORMANCE OF SURFACE-ENGINEERED CU1.5–XTE–CU2SE NANOCOMPOSITES [DATASET]

  • Xing, Congcong
  • Zhang, Yu
  • Xiao, Ke
  • Han, Xu
  • Liu, Yu
  • Nan, Bingfei
  • García Ramón, María Teresa
  • Lim, Khak Ho
  • Li, Junshan
  • Arbiol, Jordi
  • Poudel, Bed
  • Nozariasbmarz, Amin
  • Li, Wenjie
  • Ibáñez, María
  • Cabot, Andreu
14 pages. -- 1. Synthesize and characterization on Cu1.5Te NPs. -- 2. Surface treatment with SeL solution. -- 3. Characterization on consolidated pellets. -- 4. High temperature XRD and TE properties. -- 5. Stability and repeatability. -- 6. Anisotropic characterizations. -- Figures S1-S18. -- Table S1. Refined lattice parameters (from Rietveld refinement of the XRD patterns) of different crystal structures at corresponding temperatures. -- Table S2. Relative densities of Cu1.5Te, Cu1.5-xTe-OL and Cu1.5-xTe-Cu2Se pellets obtained from absolute values measured with the Archimedes’ method., Cu2–xS and Cu2–xSe have recently been reported as promising thermoelectric (TE) materials for medium-temperature applications. In contrast, Cu2–xTe, another member of the copper chalcogenide family, typically exhibits low Seebeck coefficients that limit its potential to achieve a superior thermoelectric figure of merit, zT, particularly in the low-temperature range where this material could be effective. To address this, we investigated the TE performance of Cu1.5–xTe–Cu2Se nanocomposites by consolidating surface-engineered Cu1.5Te nanocrystals. This surface engineering strategy allows for precise adjustment of Cu/Te ratios and results in a reversible phase transition at around 600 K in Cu1.5–xTe–Cu2Se nanocomposites, as systematically confirmed by in situ high-temperature X-ray diffraction combined with differential scanning calorimetry analysis. The phase transition leads to a conversion from metallic-like to semiconducting-like TE properties. Additionally, a layer of Cu2Se generated around Cu1.5–xTe nanoparticles effectively inhibits Cu1.5–xTe grain growth, minimizing thermal conductivity and decreasing hole concentration. These properties indicate that copper telluride based compounds have a promising thermoelectric potential, translated into a high dimensionless zT of 1.3 at 560 K., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION TOXICOKINETICS AND BIOACCUMULATION OF SILVER SULFIDE NANOPARTICLES IN BENTHIC INVERTEBRATES IN AN INDOOR STREAM MESOCOSM

  • Silva, Patrícia V.
  • Silva, Ana Rita R.
  • Clark, Nathaniel
  • Vassallo, Joanne
  • Baccaro, Marta
  • Medvešček, Neja
  • Grgić, Magdalena
  • Ferreira, Abel
  • Busquets-Fité, Martí
  • Jurkschat, Kerstin
  • Papadiamantis, Anastasios G.
  • Puntes, Víctor F.
  • Lynch, Iseult
  • Svendsen, Claus
  • Brink, Nico W. van den
  • Handy, Richard
  • Gestel, Cornelis A. M. van
  • Loureiro, Susana
7 pages. -- 4 figures, 5 tables. -- Characterization of Ag2S NP colloids. -- Characterization of Ag2S NPs in APW medium. -- Supplementary references, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

ULTRAFAST TUNABLE TERAHERTZ-TO-VISIBLE LIGHT CONVERSION THROUGH THERMAL RADIATION FROM GRAPHENE METAMATERIALS [DATASET]

  • Ilyakov, Igor
  • Ponomaryov, Alexey N.
  • Saleta Reig, David
  • Murphy, Conor
  • Dudley Mehew, Jake
  • Oliveira, Thales V. A. G. de
  • Prajapati, Gulloo Lal
  • Arshad, Atiqa
  • Deinert, Jan-Christoph
  • Craciun, Monica Felicia
  • Russo, Saverio
  • Kovalev, Sergey
  • Tielrooij, Klaas-Jan
6 pages. -- Supplementary Note 1, Sample Preparation. -- Supplementary Note 2, Experimental. -- Supplementary Note 3, Calculations of electron temperature. -- Supplementary Note 4, THz fluence and intensity. -- Supplementary Figures. -- Supplementary References., Several technologies, including photodetection, imaging, and data communication, could greatly benefit from the availability of fast and controllable conversion of terahertz (THz) light to visible light. Here, we demonstrate that the exceptional properties and dynamics of electronic heat in graphene allow for a THz-to-visible conversion, which is switchable at a sub-nanosecond time scale. We show a tunable on/off ratio of more than 30 for the emitted visible light, achieved through electrical gating using a gate voltage on the order of 1 V. We also demonstrate that a grating-graphene metamaterial leads to an increase in THz-induced emitted power in the visible range by 2 orders of magnitude. The experimental results are in agreement with a thermodynamic model that describes blackbody radiation from the electron system heated through intraband Drude absorption of THz light. These results provide a promising route toward novel functionalities of optoelectronic technologies in the THz regime., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPORTING INFORMATION UNVEILING THE ROLE OF COUNTER-ANIONS IN AMORPHOUS TRANSITION METAL-BASED OXYGEN EVOLUTION ELECTROCATALYSTS

  • Wang, Xiang
  • Han, Xu
  • Du, Ruifeng
  • Liang, Zhifu
  • Zuo, Yong
  • Guardia, Pablo
  • Li, Junshan
  • Llorca, Jordi
  • Arbiol, Jordi
  • Zheng, Renji
  • Cabot, Andreu
17 pages. -- Characterization. -- Electrode preparation and electrochemical measurements. -- Density functional theory calculations. -- Figure S1-S17. -- Table S1. Elemental composition of ZnCo1.26Ni0.73Ox –SO4 before and after OER. -- Table S2. Assignment of FTIR characteristics peaks. -- Table S3. Comparison of OER activity of amorphous ZnCoxNiyOy-SO4 nanosheets with recently reported electrocatalysts in alkaline electrolyte. -- Table S4. Cdl and ECSAs of various catalysts. -- Table S5. Samples produced and characterized, including name, metal precursors type and nominal amount., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

ACCUMULATION OF KKV AND REB [DATASET]

  • Giorgio, Ettore de
  • Giannios, Panagiotis
  • Espinàs, Maria Lluïsa
  • Llimargas, Marta
All images are super-resolution single confocal sections except B, which is a projection of super-resolution confocal sections. (A, B) In the trachea of wild-type embryos, Reb and Kkv do not colocalise, and they show a complementary pattern (A’-A”’) at the local subcellular level. (C) In salivary gland of embryos expressing Reb, the patterns of Kkv and Reb are complementary. (D) Models for the role of kkv and exp/reb in chitin deposition. Kkv oligomerises in complexes that localise to the apical membrane (as proposed in [2]). In the absence of exp/reb activity, Kkv can polymerise chitin from sugar monomers (discontinuous red lines), but it cannot translocate it because the channel is closed, and polymerised chitin remains in the cytoplasm. In addition, Kkv is not homogeneously distributed. Exp/Reb form a complex with other proteins, which localises to the apical membrane. The presence of Exp/Reb complex regulates Kkv apical distribution and activity. In model 1, we propose that a factor/s recruited by Exp/Reb (Factor X) can induce a posttranslation or conformational modification to Kkv protein that opens the channel promoting translocation of chitin fibers to the extracellular domain. In model 2, we propose that a factor/s recruited by Exp/Reb (Factor X’) can induce changes in membrane composition/curvature that will then promote a conformational change in Kkv that opens the channel to translocate chitin. These membrane changes lead to Kkv shedding extracellularly. In model 3, we propose that Exp/Reb complex can bind and relocalise Factor X”, which normally inhibits Kkv-translocating activity. This neutralises the activity of Factor X” allowing chitin translocation. Scale bars: 5 μm., Peer reviewed

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