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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION FOR EVIDENCE FOR GROUND STATE COHERENCE IN A TWO-DIMENSIONAL KONDO LATTICE

  • Wan, Wen
  • Harsh, Rishav
  • Meninno, Antonella
  • Dreher, Paul
  • Sajan, Sandra
  • Guo, Haojie
  • Errea, Ion
  • Juan, Fernando de
  • Ugeda, Miguel M.
1. Large-scale morphology of 1T-TaSe2/1H-TaSe2 heterobilayers 2. Temperature-dependent low-energy electronic structure 3. Lower and upper Hubbard band in 1T-TaSe2 on 1H-TaSe2 4. The 1H-TaSe2/BLG substrate 5. Uncertainty band of Δ 6. Measurement of the non-linear behavior of Δ with the magnetic field 7. Absence of magnetism in single-layer TaSe2 8. Band structure calculations and estimate of Kondo hybridization 9. References, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL FOR FERROMAGNETIC ORDERING OF MAGNETIC IMPURITIES MEDIATED BY SUPERCURRENTS IN THE PRESENCE OF SPIN-ORBIT COUPLING

  • Lu, Yao
  • Tokatly, I. V.
  • Bergeret, F. S.
The supplemental material is organized as follows. In Section S1, we provide the details of the derivations of the parameter Γ, describing the magnetoelectric effect, for magnetic impurities in Rashba superconductors and superconducting Dirac systems. We consider two cases: in one case, the size of the magnetic impurity is comparable with the coherence length and hence the induced exchange field can be treated as homogeneous; in the other case, the magnetic impurity is point-like and the induced exchange field has a form of a delta-function. In Section S2, we provide the details of the derivation of the superconductivity-induced magnetic interaction. In Section S3, we show that in the limiting case where the current-induced magnetic field can be neglected, we reproduce the previous result of Ref. [15] (in the main text) in the absence of a magnetic field. Finally, in Section S4, we present a microscppic analysis of the surface of iron-based superconductor with a Dirac band., Supplementary material includes the derivations of Γ parameters in different systems, the derivations of the superconductivity-induced magnetic interaction, a comparison with the previous work, and a microscopic analysis of Fe(Se,Te)., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

FIRST-PRINCIPLES DESIGN OF FERROMAGNETIC MONOLAYER MNO2 AT THE COMPLEX INTERFACE [DATASET]

  • Fang, Yue-Wen
The crystal structure (POSCAR format) of the heterostructre studied in the manuscript entitled "First-principles design of ferromagnetic monolayer MnO$_2$ at the complex interface" that is currently under review at Physica Scripta. These structures have been relaxed with VASP code., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

GIANT OPTOMECHANICAL SPRING EFFECT IN PLASMONIC NANO- AND PICOCAVITIES PROBED BY SURFACE-ENHANCED RAMAN SCATTERING. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

  • Jakob, Peter
  • Deacon, William M.
  • Zhang, Yuan
  • Nijs, Bart de
  • Pavlenko, Elena
  • Hu, Shu
  • Carnegie, Cloudy
  • Neuman, Tomáš
  • Esteban, Ruben
  • Aizpurua, Javier
  • Baumberg, Jeremy J.
Theory and Simulation S1. Molecular Optomechanical Theory S1.1 Approximations in the Description of Molecular Optomechanical Interactions S1.2 Expressions for the SERS Spectra S1.3 Expressions for the Vibrational Population and Correlation S2. DFT Calculations of Raman-active Molecular Vibrational Modes S3. Plasmonic Response of the NPoM Nanocavity S3.1 Dyadic Green’s Function of Metal-Insulator-Metal Structure S4. Optomechanical Parameters: Vibrational Frequency Shift, Damping, Pumping, and Coupling Parameters S5. Simulations of the Experimental Results S5.1 Collective Vibrational Modes in SERS Spectrum S5.2 Evolution of the SERS signal with Increasing Laser Intensity S5.3 Dependence of the SERS signal on Molecular Positions S5.4 Dependence of the SERS signal on the Number of Molecules S6. Comparison of Continuum-field Model with Single-mode Model S7. Effective Description of Raman Lineshift and Analytic Estimates S8. Raman Redshift Contributions from Local Dipoles and NPoM Modes S9. Raman Redshift from Vibrational Anharmonicity, Supplementary Experimental Data S10. NPoM In-coupling Correction S11. Raw Data of Individual NPoMs S12. Reversibility of Saturation and Damage S13. Vibrational Pumping and Non-equilibrium Temperatures S14. SERS Saturation of Other Molecules S15. Additional Picocavity Data References, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

RESEARCH DATA SUPPORTING "GIANT OPTOMECHANICAL SPRING EFFECT IN PLASMONIC NANO- AND PICOCAVITIES PROBED BY SURFACE-ENHANCED RAMAN SCATTERING"

  • Jakob, Peter
  • Deacon, William M.
  • Zhang, Yuan
  • Nijs, Bart de
  • Pavlenko, Elena
  • Hu, Shu
  • Carnegie, Cloudy
  • Neuman, Tomáš
  • Esteban, Ruben
  • Aizpurua, Javier
  • Baumberg, Jeremy J.
This repository contains research data for all figures of the manuscript. This includes optomechanical simulations of plasmonic nanocavities and experimental SERS spectra from both NPoM nanocavities and SPARK picocavities. All data are provided in .txt files, space separated, with columns labelled in first row. The data are organized in folders for each figure, with individual files for each figure panel containing data. All further information is contained in the captions of the manuscript., Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (2275079) EPSRC (2275079) Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EP/N016920/1) Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EP/L027151/1) Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EP/L015978/1) European Commission Horizon 2020 (H2020) Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) (829067) European Commission Horizon 2020 (H2020) Research Infrastructures (RI) (861950) European Commission Horizon 2020 (H2020) ERC (883703), Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/342431
Dataset. 2023

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR HIGHLY DURABLE NANOPOROUS CU2-XS FILMS FOR EFFICIENT HYDROGEN EVOLUTION ELECTROCATALYSIS UNDER MILD PH CONDITIONS

  • Fernández-Climent, Roser
  • Redondo, Jesús
  • García-Tecedor, Miguel
  • Spadaro, Maria Chiara
  • Li, Junnan
  • Chartrand, Daniel
  • Schiller, Frederik
  • Pazos, Jhon
  • Hurtado, Mikel F.
  • Peña O'Shea, Victor de la
  • Kornienko, Nikolay
  • Arbiol, Jordi
  • Barja, Sara
  • Mesa, Camilo A.
  • Giménez, Sixto
Supplementary SEM and AFM images, XPS characterization, Faradaic efficiency, two-electrode test, EIS, SEC data, and TXRF (PDF). Video showing the visual increase in the electrode area (MP4)., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL: INTERSTITIAL ANIONIC ELECTRONS FAVORING SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN LI-AS ELECTRIDES

  • Zhao, Yaping
  • Bergara, Aitor
  • Zhang, Xiaohua
  • Li, Fei
  • Liu, Yong
  • Yang, Guochun
Computational Details Supplementary Figures Supplementary Tables References, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

MACH-ZEHNDER-LIKE INTERFEROMETRY WITH GRAPHENE NANORIBBON NETWORKS [DATASET]

  • Sanz, Sofía
  • Papior, Nick
  • Giedke, Géza
  • Sánchez-Portal, Daniel
  • Brandbyge, Mads
  • Frederiksen, Thomas
We study theoretically electron interference in a Mach–Zehnder-like geometry formed by four zigzag graphene nanoribbons (ZGNRs) arranged in parallel pairs, one on top of the other, such that they form intersection angles of 60˚ Depending on the interribbon separation, each intersection can be tuned to act either as an electron beam splitter or as a mirror, enabling tuneable circuitry with interfering pathways. Based on the mean-field Hubbard model and Green's function techniques, we evaluate the electron transport properties of such 8-terminal devices and identify pairs of terminals that are subject to self-interference. We further show that the scattering matrix formalism in the approximation of independent scattering at the four individual junctions provides accurate results as compared with the Green's function description, allowing for a simple interpretation of the interference process between two dominant pathways. This enables us to characterize the device sensitivity to phase shifts from an external magnetic flux according to the Aharonov–Bohm effect as well as from small geometric variations in the two path lengths. The proposed devices could find applications as magnetic field sensors and as detectors of phase shifts induced by local scatterers on the different segments, such as adsorbates, impurities or defects. The setup could also be used to create and study quantum entanglement., We acknowledge funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 863098 (FET-Open project "SPRING"), Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL: MAGNON CURRENTS EXCITED BY THE SPIN SEEBECK EFFECT IN FERROMAGNETIC EUS THIN FILMS

  • Xochitl Aguilar-Pujol, M.
  • Catalano, Sara
  • González-Orellana, Carmen
  • Skowroński, Witold
  • Gomez-Perez, Juan M.
  • Ilyn, Max
  • Rogero, Celia
  • Gobbi, Marco
  • Hueso, Luis E.
  • Casanova, Félix
S1. Longitudinal magnetoresistance measurements. S2. Current-dependent measurements. S3. Electrical excitation of magnons. S4. Thermal excitation of magnons. S5. Magnetic characterization., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPORTING INFORMATION: METAMORPHOSIS OF A COMMODITY PLASTIC LIKE PVC TO EFFICIENT CATALYTIC SINGLE-CHAIN NANOPARTICLES

  • Blázquez-Martín, Agustín
  • Verde-Sesto, Ester
  • Arbe, Arantxa
  • Pomposo, José A.
1. Materials and Techniques: 1.1. Materials - 1.2. Techniques 2. Synthetic Procedures: 2.1. Metamorphosis of commercial PVC to PVC-single-chain nanoparticles (PVC-SCNPs) with common organic solvents and non-solvents - 2.2. Screening of “green” solvents for the metamorphosis of “waste PVC” to valorized PVC single-chain nanoparticles (vPVC-SCNPs) - 2.3. Metamorphosis of “PVC waste” to vPVC-SCNPs in NBP as “green” solvent and EtOH / H2O (1 / 1 vol.) as non-solvent: 2.3.1. Flexible PVC - 2.3.2. Rigid PVC - 2.4. Preparation of vPVC-SCNPs/Cu(II) as efficient catalytic SCNPs 3. Additional Data: 3.1.Supplementary Tables - 3.2.Supplementary Figures 4. Supplementary References, Peer reviewed

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