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Dataset. 2023

EMERGENT SPIN FRUSTRATION IN NEUTRAL MIXED-VALENCE 2D CONJUGATED POLYMERS: A POTENTIAL QUANTUM MATERIALS PLATFORM [DATASET]

  • Alcón, Isaac
  • Ribas-Ariño, Jordi
  • Moreira, Ibério de P. R.
  • Bromley, Stefan T.
12 pages. -- Fig. S1. Electronic band structures (top) and periodic atomic structures (bottom). -- Fig. S2. Atomically-resolved spin population maps (spin-up: blue; spin-down: red) for B-mv-2DCP. -- Fig. S3. Electronic density of states (DOS) plots for in the FM (left) and AFM (right) configurations for N-mv-2DCP. -- Fig. S4. Atomically-resolved spin population maps. -- Fig. S5. Atomically-resolved spin population maps for cyclo-para-phenylmethine (analog molecular cycle of C-2DCP). -- Fig. S6. Singly occupied natural orbitals (SONO) for the singlet ground state of the CB- model with two magnetic centres. -- Fig. S7. Average of the absolute atomically-partitioned αC spin population, 〈|𝜇𝛼𝐶|〉, during 3 ps of an ab initio molecular dynamics (AIMD) simulation of N-mv-2DCP at 300 K using the PBE0 functional. -- Fig. S8. Z-view (top) and y-view (bottom) of the fully optimized atomic structures (both atomic coordinates and cell parameters) for the ox-N-mv-2DCP, N-mv-2DCP and Cl-N-mv-2DCP. -- Fig. S9. Species-projected electronic density of states (PDOS) plots for: ox-N-mv-2DCP (left), N-mv-2DCP (middle) and Cl-N-mv-2DCP (right) per unit cell for the FM solution. -- Fig. S10. Estimated variance of U/t in ox-N-mv-2DCP, N-mv-2DCP and Cl-N-mv-2DCP assuming a single band Hubbard model on a 2D triangular lattice (i.e. the emergent lattice of αC centres). -- Magnetic coupling constant calculations. -- Fig. S11. Magnetic solutions used to extract the magnetic coupling constants described in the text. -- Rationalizing of CN- and CB- differences via molecular orbital diagrams., Two-dimensional conjugated polymers (2DCPs)organic 2D materials composed of arrays of carbon sp2 centers connected by π-conjugated linkersare attracting increasing attention due to their potential applications in device technologies. This interest stems from the ability of 2DCPs to host a range of correlated electronic and magnetic states (e.g., Mott insulators). Substitution of all carbon sp2 centers in 2DCPs by nitrogen or boron results in diamagnetic insulating states. Partial substitution of C sp2 centers by B or N atoms has not yet been considered for extended 2DCPs but has been extensively studied in the analogous neutral mixed-valence molecular systems. Here, we employ accurate first-principles calculations to predict the electronic and magnetic properties of a new class of hexagonally connected neutral mixed-valence 2DCPs in which every other C sp2 nodal center is substituted by either a N or B atom. We show that these neutral mixed-valence 2DCPs significantly energetically favor a state with emergent superexchange-mediated antiferromagnetic (AFM) interactions between C-based spin-1/2 centers on a triangular sublattice. These AFM interactions are surprisingly strong and comparable to those in the parent compounds of cuprate superconductors. The rigid and covalently linked symmetric triangular AFM lattice in these materials thus provides a highly promising and robust basis for 2D spin frustration. As such, extended mixed-valence 2DCPs are a highly attractive platform for the future bottom-up realization of a new class of all-organic quantum materials, which could host exotic correlated electronic states (e.g., unusual magnetic ordering, quantum spin liquids)., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

ELECTROCALORIC EFFECT NEAR ROOM TEMPERATURE IN LEAD-FREE AURIVILLIUS PHASE SR2BI4TI5O18 UPON LA AND NB CODOPING

  • Lafuerza, Sara
  • Gracia, David
  • Blasco, Javier
  • Evangelisti, Marco
[Description of methods used for collection/generation of data] Crystal structures were characterized by powder X-ray diffraction (XRD) at room temperature in a Rigaku D-Max system using Cu Kα1,2 wavelengths. Rietveld analysis of the X-ray patterns was performed using the Fullprof package program. Electrical and electrocaloric properties measurements were conducted on sintered disc-shaped samples, with typical dimensions of 8 mm diameter and thickness between 0.5 and 1 mm. Electrodes were made with silver paste in sandwich geometry. The dielectric constant was derived from measurements with an impedance analyzer (Wayne Kerr Electronics 6500B), applying sinusoidal excitations of 1 V amplitude at several frequencies between 100 Hz and 4 MHz. The polarization versus electric field P(E) curves were recorded using a commercial polarization analyzer (aixACCT Easy Check 300) jointly with a high voltage amplifier (Trek 610E), applying sinusoidal excitations with typical frequency of 10 Hz and E field amplitudes up to 70 kV/cm. Direct measurements of the electrocaloric effect (ECE) were performed using a dedicated in-house-developed quasi-adiabatic calorimeter. The adiabatic temperature change was measured as a function of temperature every 1 K and at different applied E field variations. Samples were measured in the “contactless” mode to minimize heat losses, held only by the high voltage coaxial cable and K-type thermocouple for the direct measurement of the temperature variation. Voltages up to either 2 kV or 5 kV were applied using two different homemade high-voltage converters. Heat capacity measurements were also performed, using a commercial adiabatic calorimeter (from Termis Ltd.)., [Methods for processing the data] For the indirect estimation of the electrocaloric effect, well-known thermodynamic formulations based on Maxwell relations have been applied to the polarization data recorded at several temperatures, to derive entropy variations as a function of temperature., La and Nb codoping of the five-layer Aurivillius phase Sr2Bi4Ti5O18 induces compositional disorder and diffuse relaxor transitions at much lower temperatures than the undoped ferroelectric compound (560 K), while preserving the orthorhombic structure. For moderate La and Nb concentrations, the ferroelectric properties are enhanced in the vicinity of room temperature, and so is their electrocaloric effect measured directly with a homemade quasi-adiabatic calorimeter. The adiabatic temperature change reaches, e.g., ΔT ⁓ 0.3 K at 355 K with a temperature span ⁓ 15 K, under ΔE = 37 kV/cm. The large field dispersion of the effect is ascribed to field-induced transitions from short-range-ordered relaxor to long-range-ordered ferroelectric states. Indirect estimations of the electrocaloric effect from electric polarization data are not able to quantitatively predict the direct results and emphasize the need of applying direct measurement methods, especially for relaxor ferroelectrics., Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 101029019; Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades (PID2021-124734OB-C21); Diputación General de Aragón (E11-23R, E12-23R)., SBLTN_Fig2_XRay.dat SBLTN_Fig3a_DielectricConstant.dat SBLTN_Fig3b_DielectricConstant.dat SBLTN_Fig4a_DielectricConstant.dat SBLTN_Fig4b_DielectricConstant.dat SBLTN_Fig5_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig6a_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig6b_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig6c_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig6d_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig7a_DeltaT.dat SBLTN_Fig7b_DeltaT.dat SBLTN_Fig7c_DeltaT.dat SBLTN_Fig7d_DeltaT.dat SBLTN_FigS1_XRay.dat SBLTN_FigS2_XRay.dat SBLTN_FigS3_XRay.dat SBLTN_FigS4_XRay.dat SBLTN_FigS5a_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS5b_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS6a_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS6b_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS6c_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS6d_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS7a_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS7b_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS7c_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS7d_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS8_DirectECE.dat SBLTN_FigS9_DirectECE.dat SBLTN_FigS10_HeatCapacity.dat, Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/336905
Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS OF THE ARTICLE EXPLORING THE LONG TERM TISSUE ACCUMULATION AND EXCRETION OF 3 NM CERIUM OXIDE NANOPARTICLES AFTER SINGLE DOSE ADMINISTRATION

  • Ernst, Lena M.
  • Mondragón, Laura
  • Ramis, Joana
  • Gusta, Muriel F.
  • Yudina, Tetyana
  • Casals, Eudald
  • Bastús, Neus G.
  • Fernández-Varo, Guillermo
  • Casals, Gregori
  • Jiménez, Wladimiro
  • Puntes, Víctor F.
8 pages. -- Table S1: Cerium content by organ and days, given in µg Ce/g tissue and % of injected dose. -- Figure S1: Cerium excretion in µg Ce/g tissue between day 1 and day 100. -- Figure S2: Mice weight evolution up to 30 days after nanoceria administration. -- Figure S3: Dissolution of CeO2 Nanoparticles at pH 1.7. -- Figure S4: PourBoix diagram; Figure S5: The liver and spleen are major targets for nanoparticles in CCl4-treated rats. -- Extended Materials and Methods., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION FREESTANDING LASER-INDUCED TWO DIMENSIONAL HETEROSTRUCTURES FOR SELFCONTAINED PAPER-BASED SENSORS

  • Della Pelle, Flavio
  • Bukhari, Qurat Ul Ain
  • Álvarez-Diduk, Ruslan
  • Scroccarello, Annalisa
  • Compagnone, Dario
  • Merkoçi, Arben
11 pages. -- Supplementary Figures: Figure S1. Pictures of sensor fabrication steps. -- Figure S2. Visible spectra, pictures, and micrographs of the 4 liquid phase exfoliated TMDs. -- Figure S3. SEM micrographs and EDX mapping of the only-rGO film and sensor. -- Figure S4. XPS analysis for GO and rGO films. -- Figure S5. Cyclic voltammograms obtained with the full set of sensors in phosphate buffer, [Fe(CN)6] 3-/4-and [Ru(NH3)6]2+/3+. -- Figure S6. DP and CAT differential pulse voltammograms and H2O2 hydrodynamic amperometry obtained with the full set of sensors. -- Figure S7. Differential pulse voltammetry currents of consecutive measures of DP and CAT. -- Figure S8. Differential pulse voltammograms in SCF and amperometric curves in fetal bovine serum. -- Supplementary Tables. -- Table S1. Real sample analysis data. -- Table S2. State of the art of TMDs combined with laser-induced graphenic structures., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

GEOMETRY OPTIMIZATION FOR MINIATURIZED THERMOELECTRIC GENERATORS [DATASET]

  • Dalkiranis, Gustavo G.
  • Bocchi, João H. C.
  • Oliveira, Osvaldo N.
  • Faria, Gregório C.
9 pages. -- Table S1. Physical properties of all materials at 300K used in the finite element method simulations. -- Table S2. Internal resistance (R) of devices with hollow and filled thermoelectric legs assuming the temperature gradient (Tvarying) and without the temperature gradient (Tfixed) as well as the percentage between the two values. -- Figure S1. Relative percentage increase for G, R, and S as a function of the thermoelectric length. -- Figure S2. The (a) G, (b) R, and (c) S with filled and hollow thermoelectric leg geometries as a function of the thermoelectric leg cross-sectional area. -- Figure S3. Temperature profile along the TEG with filled and hollow thermoelectric legs geometries when a temperature difference of 100 K is applied on the devices. -- Figure S4. Temperature profile along the TEG with length of the thermoelectric legs at 0.2 mm for filled and hollow thermoelectric legs geometries cases. -- Figure S5. Open circuit voltage and output power as a function of the electrical current for the TEG with filled and hollow thermoelectric legs. -- Figure S6. Temperature profile along the TEG with hollow thermoelectric legs geometries measured at two different points., Thermoelectric materials capable of converting heat into electrical energy are used in sustainable electric generators, whose efficiency has been normally increased with incorporation of new materials with high figure of merit (ZT) values. Because the performance of these thermoelectric generators (TEGs) also depends on device geometry, in this study we employ the finite element method to determine optimized geometries for highly efficient miniaturized TEGs. We investigated devices with similar fill factors but with different thermoelectric leg geometries (filled and hollow). Our results show that devices with legs of hollow geometry are more efficient than those with filled geometry for the same length and cross-sectional area of thermoelectric legs. This behavior was observed for thermoelectric leg lengths smaller than 0.1 mm, where the leg shape causes a significant difference in temperature distribution along the device. It was found that for reaching highly efficient miniaturized TEGs, one has to consider the leg geometry in addition to the thermal conductivity., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR ADV. HEALTHCARE MATER., DOI 10.1002/ADHM.202201968 GRAPHENE OXIDE NANOSCALE PLATFORM ENHANCES THE ANTI-CANCER PROPERTIES OF BORTEZOMIB IN GLIOBLASTOMA MODELS

  • Sharp, Paul S.
  • Stylianou, Maria
  • Arellano, Luis M.
  • Neves, Juliana C.
  • Gravagnuolo, Alfredo M.
  • Dodd, Abbie
  • Barr, Katharine
  • Lozano, Neus
  • Kisby, Thomas
  • Kostarelos, Kostas
13 pages. -- Supplementary Experimental: Supplementary physicochemical characterization of GO and GO:BTZ complex. -- Image analysis and classification. -- Figure S1. Non-covalent GO:BTZ complex formation and determination of BTZ loaded in complex. -- Figure S2. BTZ release profile in water from GO:BTZ complex measured by UV-vis after 0h, 4h or 24h in water. -- Figure S3. Physicochemical characterization of GOc and GO:BTZ complex. -- Figure S4. GO and GO:BTZ nanosheet suspension characteristics in serum (10% FBS) for 24hrs. -- Figure S5. GO-BTZ forms a necrotic zone extending from the GO injection site. -- Figure S6. Kinetics of GO:BTZ induced necrosis with direct comparison to free BTZ. -- Figure S7. Characterisation of the U87 and GL261 tumor models. -- Figure S8. GO-BTZ forming a significant necrotic core within the injected tumor area. -- Figure S9. Representative Orbit image classification. -- Figure S10. Longitudinal assessment of treatment effect and biosafety. -- Table S1: Physicochemical properties of GO sheets including lateral dimension, thickness, optical properties, surface charge and chemical composition., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

GRAPHENE OXIDE NANOSHEETS REDUCE ASTROCYTE REACTIVITY TO INFLAMMATION AND AMELIORATE EXPERIMENTAL AUTOIMMUNE ENCEPHALOMYELITIS [DATASET]

  • Di Mauro, Giuseppe
  • Amoriello, Roberta
  • Lozano, Neus
  • Carnasciali, Alberto
  • Guasti, Daniele
  • Becucci, Maurizio
  • Cellot, Giada
  • Kostarelos, Kostas
  • Ballerini, Clara
  • Ballerini, Laura
10 pages. -- Figure S1 | Cytokines and chemokines measurements by Luminex assay in organotypic culture supernatants in CKs or CK+s-GO treatments. -- Figure S2 | LY uptake in spinal culture GFAP positive cells in the presence of CBX. -- Figure S3 | LY uptake in spinal culture GFAP positive cells exposed to QN. -- Figure S4 | s-GO do not affect the peripheral immune system: cytological analysis of lymph node and spleen cells. -- Figure S5 | Genotoxicity evaluation of s-GO impact on DNA double-strand breaks by measuring Histone H2AX phosphorylation at Ser 139 (γ-H2AX) reveals the lack of astrocytic nuclear DNA damage. -- Supplementary methods: UV-Vis spectroscopy. -- X-ray photoemission spectroscopy. -- TEM analysis on mice spinal cord. -- Raman spectroscopy analysis. -- Lymph node cells and splenocytes proliferation., In neuroinflammation, astrocytes play multifaceted roles that regulate the neuronal environment. Astrocytes sense and respond to pro-inflammatory cytokines (CKs) and, by a repertoire of intracellular Ca2+ signaling, contribute to disease progression. Therapeutic approaches wish to reduce the overactivation in Ca2+ signaling in inflammatory-reactive astrocytes to restore dysregulated cellular changes. Cell-targeting therapeutics might take advantage by the use of nanomaterial-multifunctional platforms such as graphene oxide (GO). GO biomedical applications in the nervous system involve therapeutic delivery and sensing, and GO flakes were shown to enable interfacing of neuronal and glial membrane dynamics. We exploit organotypic spinal cord cultures and optical imaging to explore Ca2+ changes in astrocytes, and we report, when spinal tissue is exposed to CKs, neuroinflammatory-associated modulation of resident glia. We show the efficacy of GO to revert these dynamic changes in astrocytic reactivity to CKs, and we translate this potential in an animal model of immune-mediated neuroinflammatory disease., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2009

EL CAÑAVATE. IGLESIA DE LA ASUNCIÓN. INSCRIPCIÓN CONMEMORATIVA. 1511

  • Cañas Reillo, José Manuel
Inscripción en letra gótica en una cartela labrada en piedra en la fachada oriental de la Iglesia Parroquial de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, en El Cañavate. Esta inscripción ha sido objeto de estudio y edición, por A. López de Zuazo Algar, "Cierra el pico que hace frío" (El Cañavate, 1511)", Estudios sobre el mensaje periodístico 12, 2006, pp. 365-378, p. 366., CSIC. Proyecto intramural: “Epigrafía latina inédita de los siglos XV al XVIII en monumentos civiles y eclesiásticos de la provincia de Cuenca (2006-2007). Referencia: 2006 | 0| 011., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

DOMESTIC CAT PREYS REPORTED BY VOLUNTEERS WITHIN THE PROJECT FERAL CATS

  • Sanglas, Ariadna
  • Palomares, Francisco
[Description of methods used for collection/generation of data] A citizen science questionnaire was created in the framework of Feral Cats Project in order to collect data on species captured by domestic cats. The project and a link to the questionnaire were advertised several times through online social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), mailing lists and Whatsapp groups and contacts. Volunteers were asked to attach pictures or videos about preys brought home by their own cats or to report occasional predation events performed by unowned cats such as cats living in a colony (either managed or not) or cats with unknown origin. The questionnaire was launched in autumn 2021 and kept open until the end of summer 2023. Although some volunteers reported a predation event without attaching a picture or a video, this dataset only includes those events with supporting files., [Methods for processing the data] Fake pictures or non-related pictures such as playing kittens, pictures with no apparent prey on it or selfies, were discarded as valid predation events. Valid events from other countries or Spanish regions outside Iberian Peninsula, were also discarded for not being of interest for the project. In addition, those events reporting species whose distributions are not present in Spain, were also discarded. Remaining pictures were identified to the most specific taxonomic level possible., [EN] This dataset contains 177 images and 8 videos corresponding to 125 preys captured by domestic cats, sent by volunteers through the questionnaire launched by the Feral Cats project (SUMHAL-WP4) with the aim of studying the full range of species that domestic cats with outdoor access can predate using a citizen science approach. The questionnaire was launched in autumn 2021 and remained open until the end of summer 2023. The reported observations could be of three types: prey brought home and reported by the cat owner, capture events carried out by cats belonging to a colony, or isolated predation events where the context or conditions in which the cat lived were unknown., [ES] Este conjunto de datos contiene 177 imágenes y 8 videos correspondientes a 125 presas capturadas por gatos domésticos, enviadas por voluntarios a través del cuestionario lanzado desde el proyecto Feral Cats (SUMHAL-WP4) con el objetivo de estudiar toda la variedad de especies sobre las que pueden llegar a depredar los gatos domésticos con acceso al exterior, mediante el uso de ciencia ciudadana. El cuestionario se habilitó en otoño de 2021 y se mantuvo abierto hasta finales del verano de 2023. Las observaciones reportadas podían ser de tres tipos: presas traídas a casa y reportadas por el dueño del gato, eventos de captura realizados por gatos pertenecientes a una colonia o eventos de depredación puntuales en el que se desconocía el contexto o las condiciones en las que vivía el gato., This study was funded by MICINN through the European Regional Development Fund [SUMHAL, LIFEWATCH-2019-09-CSIC-04, POPE 2014-2020]., The Dataset compiles 177 pictures and 8 videos showing different kind of preys captured, eaten or brought home by free-ranging domestic cats. All pictures and videos were sent by citizen volunteers throughout a questionnaire prepared for Feral Cats Project (SUMHAL-WP4). Each file name is unique and contains information about the image/video content. For example: The file EBD_CSIC_WP4_FERALCATS_Captures_P17_2_species_Delichon_urbicum (1).jpg is a capture reported as an occasional event (P), the questionnaire entry code for that kind of event (17) followed by a number (2) used only in that cases where different preys were attached in the same questionnaire, the taxon level reached in the identification of the prey (species), the scientific name of the taxon reached (Delichon urbicum) and a number (1) indicating if there is more than one file showing the same prey. The dataset is structured in two .zip files, one containing the pictures and one containing the video files., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2009

LA PARRA DE LAS VEGAS. IGLESIA DE LA ASUNCIÓN. EPITAFIO DE LOS CONDES DE CERVERA: FRANCISCO CARRILLO DE TOLEDO (✝1646) Y FLORENCIA DE LUNA TOLEDO. (✝ 1651) 1653

  • Cañas Reillo, José Manuel
Se encuentra grabado en una lápida de color negro adherida al muro del Evangelio, de la iglesia, como parte del monumento sepulcral de los condes. Se ha publicado anteriormente en el Catálogo Monumental de la Diócesis de Cuenca, vol. I, Cuenca 1987, pp. 221-222., CSIC. Proyecto intramural: “Epigrafía latina inédita de los siglos XV al XVIII en monumentos civiles y eclesiásticos de la provincia de Cuenca (2006-2007). Referencia: 2006 | 0| 011., Peer reviewed

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