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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/310742
Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION: DISENTANGLING THE CALORIMETRIC GLASS TRANSITION TRACE IN POLYMER/OLIGOMER MIXTURES FROM THE MODELING OF DIELECTRIC RELAXATION AND THE INPUT OF SMALL ANGLE NEUTRON SCATTERING

  • Shafqat, Numera
  • Alegría, Ángel
  • Arbe, Arantxa
  • Malicki, Nicolas
  • Dronet, Séverin
  • Porcar, Lionel
  • Colmenero de León, JuaN
(i) Dielectric relaxation of neat components; (ii) dielectric α-relaxation of SBR/PS blends; (iii) derivative of the calorimetric traces of SBR/PS blends; (iv) determination of the effective interaction parameter from SANS; (v) temperature dependence of the width of concentration fluctuations., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/310752
Dataset. 2022

NON LINEAR Σ-MODE LFOR DISORDERED SYSTEMS WITH INTRINSIC SPIN-ORBIT COUPLING: SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL

  • Virtanen, P.
  • Bergeret, F. S.
  • Tokatly, I. V.
This Supplementary Material package contains the following files: - gradexp.sage: Implementation of the gradient expansion discussed in the main text, using SageMath (version 9.4). You can run it with ‘sage gradexp.sage‘ and it will print results in text notation, and LaTeX. - gradexp.tex: Source file for generating gradexp.sage, using SageTeX. Contains instructions and detailed explanations. - gradexp.pdf: PDF version of the above, with results embedded. - Makefile.gradexp: Makefile for re-generating output files., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/310758
Dataset. 2022

ELECTRONIC SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL FOR POLYELECTROLYTE/SURFACTANT FILMS: FROM 2D TO 3D STRUCTURAL CONTROL

  • Carrascosa-Tejedor, Javier
  • Santamaria, Andreas
  • Tummino, Andrea
  • Varga, Imre
  • Efstratiou, Marina
  • Lawrence, M. Jayne
  • Maestro, Armando
  • Campbell, Richard A.
The Electronic Supporting Information contains: (1) zeta potential measurements of PLL/SDS aggregates, (2) materials and methods, (3) low-Qz compositional analysis: fitting, (4) ellipsometry data on PLL/SDS spread film dynamics, (5) BAM images, (6) full-Qz structural analysis: fitting and parameters, and (7) mid-Qz structural dynamics analysis: fitting., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/310764
Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL: A SPIN-POLARIZING ELECTRON BEAM SPLITTER FROM CROSSED GRAPHENE NANORIBBONS

  • Sanz, Sofía
  • Papior, Nick
  • Giedke, Géza
  • Sánchez-Portal, Daniel
  • Brandbyge, Mads
  • Frederiksen, Thomas
We included a supplemental pdf file which contains further information of the details of our calculations, our implemented mean-field Hubbard model with non-equilibrium Green's functions, and extra calculations such as the effect of the Coulomb repulsion parameter on monolayer and bilayer zigzag graphene nanoribbons, other possible (but higher in energy) spin configurations and their transport properties, etc., In this supplementary material we describe our methodology and present additional calculations that may be interesting for a deeper understanding of the reported effects. In Sec. S1 we explain the details of the calculation with the mean- eld Hubbard model (MFH). In Sec. S2 we show the effect of the Coulomb repulsion on the bands of bilayer and monolayer graphene nanoribbons, while in Sec. S3 we show the effect that the size of the scattering region has on the local magnetization of the device. Next in Sec. S4 we plot all the possible spin con gurations resulting from the possible combinations of the spin densities of the four electrodes. In Secs. S6 and S7 we show the gure of merit, where we analyze the quality of the device as a spin-beam splitter or mirror, and the spin polarization at a different electronic energy from the one shown in the main text, respectively. In Sec. S8 we compare the transport properties for different ribbon widths. In Sec. S9 we show the quality of the independent scatterers approximation compared to the exact result for a device with three crossings. In Sec. S10 we compare the spin-averaged transmission probabilities with the unpolarized case. In Sec. S11 we explore how possible distortions, such as a small twist angle or a lateral translation of the on-top ribbon with respect to the bottom one, affect the transport properties of individual crossings. In Sec. S12 we describe the used statistical sampling and analytical expression for the averaged spin-polarization shown in Fig. 4(b) of the main text. Finally, in Sec. S13 we analyze the spin-polarizing beam-splitting effect that can be found in junctions formed with other edge-polarized GNRs, such as those built with crossed bearded GNRs., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/310786
Dataset. 2020

DIFFRACTION IMAGES OF A CRYSTAL OF THE F-BAR DOMAIN OF PSTPIP1 (PROLINE-SERINE-THREONINE PHOSPHATASE-INTERACTING PROTEIN 1) MUTANT G258A (PDB ENTRY 7AAL)

  • Manso, José A.
  • Alcón, Pablo
  • Bayón, Yolanda
  • Alonso, Andrés
  • Pereda, José M. de
Download of the data available on the publisher platform., Diffraction images of a crystal of the F-BAR domain of PSTPIP1 (residues 1-289), mutant G258A. Data were collected on a single crystal at the beamline i03 of the Diamond Light Source synchrotron (Didcot, UK) using radiation of 0.9999 Å wavelength and a PILATUS3 6M detector. The dataset consists of 2400 images (0.15 degree oscillation per image). Crystals belong to the space group P2(1)2(1)2(1) with unit cell dimensions a=48.19 Å, b=73.02 Å, c=205.25 Å. The asymmetric unit contains an homodimer of the F-BAR domain (~53% solvent content), which is the biological unit. Diffraction data was notably anisotropic. The lowest resolution limit was 2.92 Å in the direction b* and the highest limits were 1.97 Å and 2.09 in the directions a* and c*, respectively., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/310770
Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION FOR STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF PHOTOLUMINESCENCE DECAY KINETICS IN QUANTUM DOT ENSEMBLES: EFFECTS OF INORGANIC SHELL COMPOSITION AND ENVIRONMENT

  • Martins, João R.
  • Krivenkov, Victor
  • Bernardo, César R.
  • Samokhvalov, Pavel S.
  • Nabiev, Igor
  • Rakovich, Yury P.
  • Vasilevskiy, Mikhail I.
Derivation of the stretched exponential function, leading to the expression in eq 10; fabrication of QD in PMMA thin films by spin-coating using a Model KW-4A Spin-Coater; single-particle measurement using photon correlation technique; notes about dark fraction in QDs on (i) how it is related to the fluorescence intermittency (blinking) of QDs, (ii) how it affects the PL decay kinetics, and (iii) how one can use the statistical analysis to identify the formation of a dark fraction in a QD ensemble without measurement of QY and single-particle measurements., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/310773
Dataset. 2022

STRUCTURE MATTERS: ASYMMETRIC CO OXIDATION AT RH STEPS WITH DIFFERENT ATOMIC PACKING: SUPPORTING INFORMATION

  • Garcia-Martinez, Fernando
  • Rämisch, Lisa
  • Ali, Khadiza
  • Waluyo, Iradwikanari
  • Castrillo-Bodero, Rodrigo
  • Pfaff, Sebastian
  • Villar-García, Ignacio J.
  • Walter, Andrew Leigh
  • Hunt, Adrian
  • Pérez-Dieste, Virginia
  • Zetterberg, Johan
  • Lundgren, Edvin
  • Schiller, Frederik
  • Ortega, J. Enrique
PLIF ignition movie at a CO:O2 ratio of 1:5 (MP4) PLIF ignition movie at a CO:O2 ratio of 1:1 (MP4) PLIF ignition movie at a CO:O2 ratio of 2:1 (MP4) Additional NAP-XPS data during the “C” burning in ALBA, a comparison of the ignition in NSLS-II and ALBA experiments, more details on the active stage during the ALBA measurements and the gas phase variation during the active stage in NSLS-II experiments., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/310774
Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL FOR STRUCTURAL AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF NA-B-H COMPOUNDS AT HIGH PRESSURE

  • Li, Xing
  • Zhang, Xiaohua
  • Bergara, Aitor
  • Liu, Yong
  • Yang, Guochun
Supplemental Material: Computational Details..........1 Suplementary Figures..........5 Suplementary Tables..........10, Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/310778
Dataset. 2022

SWITCHABLE CHIRAL TRANSPORT IN CHARGE-ORDERED KAGOME CSV3SB5 [DATASET]

  • Guo, Chunyu
  • Putzke, Carsten
  • Konyzheva, Sofia
  • Huang, Xiangwei
  • Gutierrez-Amigo, Martin
  • Errea, Ion
  • Chen, Dong
  • Vergniory, Maia G.
  • Felser, Claudia
  • Fischer, Mark H.
  • Neupert, Titus
  • Moll, Philip J. W.
When electric conductors differ from their mirror image, unusual chiral transport coefficients appear that are forbidden in achiral metals, such as a non-linear electric response known as electronic magneto-chiral anisotropy (eMChA). While chiral transport signatures are by symmetry allowed in many conductors without a center of inversion, it reaches appreciable levels only in rare cases when an exceptionally strong chiral coupling to the itinerant electrons is present. So far, observations of chiral transport have been limited to materials in which the atomic positions strongly break mirror symmetries. Here, we report chiral transport in the centro-symmetric layered Kagome metal CsV3Sb5, observed via second harmonic generation under in-plane magnetic field. The eMChA signal becomes significant only at temperatures below T'~ 35 K, deep within the charge ordered state of CsV3Sb5 (TCDW ~ 94 K). This temperature dependence reveals a direct correspondence between electronic chirality, unidirectional charge order, and spontaneous time-reversal-symmetry breaking due to putative orbital loop currents. We show that the chirality is set by the out-of-plane field component and that a transition from left- to right-handed transport can be induced by changing the field sign. CsV3Sb5 is the first material in which strong chiral transport can be controlled and switched by small magnetic-field changes, in stark contrast to structurally chiral materials -- a prerequisite for their applications in chiral electronics., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/310779
Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL FOR “TUNNELLING SPECTROSCOPY OF FEW-MONOLAYER NBSE2 IN HIGH MAGNETIC FIELD: TRIPLET SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND ISING PROTECTION”

  • Kuzmanović, Marko
  • Dvir, T.
  • LeBoeuf, D.
  • Ilić, Stefan
  • Haim, Menashe
  • Möckli, David
  • Krämer, Steffen
  • Khodas, M.
  • Houzet, M.
  • Meyer, J. S.
  • Aprili, M.
  • Steinberger, Hadar
  • Quay, C.H.L.
Supplemental Material, details of theoretical calculations and technical details for the experiment., The supplementary material is divided into two parts. Part I covers the experimental methods: section I A details how the order parameter was extracted from the spectroscopic data and gives an estimate of the uncertainty, while sections I B and I C comment on the broadening of the density of states and the disorder respectively. Part II presents the details of the theoretical model, where a general overview is given in section II A, followed by the triplet model in section II B. At the end two-pocket models are discussed: The possibility of a Suhl-Matthias-Walker coupling is discussed in section II C, and is ruled out on the basis of disorder, and a McMillan coupling is discussed in section II D, which is ruled out based on spectroscopic and transport data., Peer reviewed

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