421 Works

Selective Electrochemiluminescent Sensing of Saccharides using Boronic Acid-Modified Coreactant

Tony James
This repository contains the experimental data discussed in the manuscript. Including, 1H NMR, 13C NMR (FID and PDF) and Mass Spectra for the co-reactants E0, E3 and E6. Electrochemical data (excel) for the figures shown in the manuscript and ESI.

Data set for Hybrid top-down/bottom-up fabrication of highly uniform and organized faceted AlN nanorod scaffold

Pierre-Marie Coulon & Gunnar Kusch
This dataset contains scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images, transmission electron microscopy (TEM) pictures and Catodoluminescence (CL) measurements carried out on AlN nanorod. The samples were fabricated via a hybrid top-down/bottom up approach. Displacement Talbot Lithography is used to fabricate Au/Ni metal dots to act as a hard etch mask. Ultrathin AlN nanorod arrays are created thanks to a two-step dry-wet etching process with first, chlorine-based dry etching of an AlN template and second, KOH-based wet...

Dataset for \"Single-mode solarization-free hollow-core fiber for ultraviolet pulse delivery\"

Fei Yu
The dataset includes all raw data and files to regenerate all figures in the paper, where we report novel anti-resonant silica hollow-core fibers (AR-HCFs) for solarization-free ultraviolet (UV) pulse transmission. We present a single fiber that guides over a part of the UV-C and the whole of the UV-A spectral regions and a second AR-HCF used for delivery of 17 nanosecond laser pulses at 266 nm at 30 kHz repetition rate. By direct comparison we...

Dataset for \"Surfactant controlled zwitterionic cellulose nanofibril dispersions\"

Vincenzo Calabrese, Marcelo da Silva, Julien Schmitt, Juan Munoz-Garcia, Valeria Gabrielli, Janet Scott, Jesus Angulo, Yaroslav Z. Khimyak & Karen Edler
Dataset for each figure appearing in the manuscript, "Surfactant controlled zwitterionic cellulose nanofibril dispersions". Fig. 2 shows the z-potential (mV) of ZCNF and OCNF dispersions as a function of pH. The average and standard deviation of values obtained for duplicate samples are reported. Fig. 3 shows the z-potential (mV) of ZCNF dispersions at 0.01 wt% upon addition of 25 mM SDS, 25 mM DTAB and 25 mM TW80 is presented as an average of measurements...

Dataset for \"Circular dichroism in higher-order diffraction beams from chiral quasi-planar nanostructures\"

Christian Kuppe, Jie You, Sergey Gordeev & Nicolae-Coriolan Panoiu
This dataset contains both experimental and numerical data relating to figures presented in the paper, "Circular dichroism in higher-order diffraction beams from chiral quasi-planar nanostructures". The experimental data contain measurements obtained from atomic force microscopy (AFM) and the spectra used to plot far-field circular dichroism (CD) diffraction patterns. The numerical data contain simulated spectra used to plot a corresponding set of far-field CD diffraction patterns, and electric near-field data corresponding to maximum and minimum CD...

Dataset for Radio Science \"Lower ionosphere effects on narrowband VLF transmission propagation: fast variabilities and frequency dependence\"

Kuang Liang Koh & Martin Fullekrug
The data are processed from electric field recordings from an array network and shows the disturbance on a VLF (very low frequency) transmission attributed to lower ionospheric electrical properties. The micro-second time resolution received transmission (filtered and frequency shifted to baseband) averaged across the receivers in the network are contained in a MatLab binary (.mat) file. The disturbance on the transmitted signal is obtained by comparing to a simulated transmission. The MatLab scripts to perform...

In conversation with Edward Fraenkel

Johannes Zimmer
Sir John Ball talks to renowned mathematician and Bath Professor, Edward Fraenkel, about his life and distinguished career spanning over 70 years.

Data to accompany the article \"Anion···π interactions and metastability: structural transformations in a silver-pyrazine network\"

Jonathan Skelton
This dataset contains data from the computational modelling studies performed in the above article, viz. the optimised structures of the three compounds examined and their calculated dielectric properties.

How we remember war and violence: theory and practice UNREST MOOC

Nina Parish & Ayshka Sené
This dataset contains video content and articles created by the University of Bath for the Horizon 2020 funded project 'Unsettling Remembering and Social Cohesion in Transnational Europe' (UNREST). This content was filmed and written for a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) which was hosted on the Future Learn platform. The course contains interviews with UNREST researchers from the 6 Work Packages on the project. The content is divided thematically into four weeks: Antagonistic memory, Cosmopolitan...

Data for \"Validating the use of multi-sensor devices to estimate physical activity energy expenditure in UK military amputees\"

Peter Ladlow
These data were collected to support a study that assessed the influence of a tri-axial accelerometer (Actigraph GT3X+) worn at the side of the hip on the shortest residual limb in combination with a physiological variable (heart rate) versus a research grade multi-sensor device with pre-determined algorithms (Actiheart) on the prediction of physical activity energy expenditure (PAEE) in traumatic lower-limb amputees during walking in order to develop valid population-specific prediction algorithms. The dataset consists of...

Data supporting \"Structure and properties of ‘Type IV’ lanthanide nitrate hydrate:urea deep eutectic solvents\"

Oliver Hammond & Karen Edler
This dataset contains reduced neutron and X-Ray scattering data. These data can be used to model and determine the nanostructure of novel 'Type IV' lanthanide nitrate hydrate:urea deep eutectic solvents (in this case Ln = Ce), using Empirical Potential Structure Refinement (EPSR) modelling.

Data set for \"Taking aversive action: an experimental investigation into the negotiation of bodily limits\"

Abby Tabor
This data set includes all data associated with the study, "Taking aversive action: an experimental investigation into the negotiation of bodily limits." The data include Gender, Age, BMI and Activity levels (IPAQ). In addition they include all data associated with the main variables of the study, including Interoceptive Accuracy, Heart Rate Variability, Anxiety Sensitivity, Porges Body awareness, and Mean Power Output. Absolute difference scores are provided for time intervals 1, 2, and 3.

Supplementary materials for \"Improvement of optical and mechanical properties of self-written polymer waveguides bridged single mode fibers\"

Pshko Mohammed & William Wadsworth
The dataset includes detail of fibre treatments with adhesion promoter and the impact of treatment duration on the fibre ends. Then the detail of mechanical properties of polymer waveguides are presented under both transverse misalignment and tensile stress. The effect of photo-bleaching is also investigated when polymer bridges were put under tensile stress. Finally, extra information is presented about millimetre-long waveguides and how the bidirectional curing technique enabled us to fabricate up to 1.2 mm...

Dataset and figures for \"Enhancing the Photo-corrosion Resistance of ZnO Nanowire Photocatalysts\"

Caitlin Taylor, Anyela M. Ramirez Canon, Jannis Wenk & Davide Mattia
Zinc oxide (ZnO) displays superior properties as a photocatalyst for water treatment compared to widely used TiO2. More widespread application of ZnO, though, is hampered by its low stability and high photo-corrosion in aqueous environments, with the latter further enhanced under UV irradiation. The paper associated with this dataset, "Enhancing the Photo-corrosion Resistance of ZnO Nanowire Photocatalysts", shows for the first time that oxygen plasma post-treatment significantly enhances the photo-corrosion resistance of ZnO nanowire films...

Supplement for \"Me vs. Super(wo)man: Effects of Customization and Identification in a VR Exergame\"

Zoe Jeffery, Jordan Koulouris, James Best, Christof Lutteroth & Eamonn O'Neill
This supplement describes an approach that can be used to create an “enhanced“ avatar based on a) a realistic, current avatar (R) and b) an idealised, desired future avatar (I) of a user. The aim of the approach is to create avatars that reflect “enhancements” of the realistic avatar along a realistic trajectory. The realistic avatar is used as a starting point, and the idealised avatar as a “goal”.

Dataset for \"Effect of plain versus sugar-sweetened breakfast on energy balance and metabolic health: A randomised crossover trial\"

Harriet Carroll
The dataset contains data for the study investigating the effect of 3-weeks high (SWEET) versus low (PLAIN) sugar breakfast on energy balance, metabolic health, and appetite. 29 healthy adults (22 women) completed this randomised crossover study. Participants had pre- and post-intervention appetite, health and body mass outcomes measured, and recorded diet, appetite (visual analogue scales) and physical activity for 8 days during each intervention. Interventions were 3-weeks iso-energetic SWEET (30% by weight added sugar; average...

Dataset for 'PrFeO3 photocathodes prepared through spray pyrolysis'

Emma Freeman, Santosh Kumar, Sophie Thomas, Hayley Pickering, David J. Fermin & Salvador Eslava
PrFeO3 (PFO) has been shown to be an active photochemical water reduction in slurry reactors, but has yet to be shown as a photocathode for photoelectrochemical water reduction, to the best of our knowledge. The work herein describes the fabrication of active PFO photocathodes through a spray pyrolysis method with subsequent calcination at 500, 600 and 700˚C. The films were prepared on fluorine-doped tin oxide aluminoborosilcate glass for the application of solar water reduction. This...

Dataset for \"Non-locking screw insertion: no benefit seen if tightness exceeds 80% of the maximum torque\"

James Fletcher, Beate Ehrhardt, Alisdair MacLeod, Michael R. Whitehouse, Harinderjit Gill & Ezio Preatoni
Screws are the most commonly used orthopaedic implant, however they are frequently overtightened when inserted. Using screw, bone and screw hole characteristics, maximum torque for a screw hole is predicted prior to insertion. Using this, optimum tightness as a percentage of the maximum torque is investigated as functions of compression and pullout forces. This data set provides the raw data for these investigations. The methodology is described in detail in the related manuscript: Fletcher, J.,...

Dataset for \"Robotic microscopy for everyone: the OpenFlexure Microscope\"

Joel Collins, Joe Knapper & Richard Bowman
This dataset contains microscopy images collected to demonstrate imaging capabilities of the OpenFlexure Microscope. Images for bright-field transmission and reflection, polarisation contrast, and fluorescence imaging are provided. A set of images obtained from a large tile scan are provided, along with the Microsoft Image Composite Editor file used for tiling.

Dataset for \"Flat-field and colour correction for the Raspberry Pi camera module\"

Richard Bowman, Julian Stirling, Joel Collins & Boyko Vodenicharski
This repository contains the hardware (OpenSCAD/STL files) and build instructions, software (Python scripts and Arduino firmware), data analysis (iPython notebook), and manuscript describing how to calibrate the colour response of a Raspberry Pi camera module. It also includes the calibration images acquired during the preparation of the work.

Dataset for \"Identifying Data Sharing and Reuse with Scholix – Potentials and Limitations\"

Nushrat Khan
The dataset contains data for testing the Scholexplorer API (https://scholexplorer.openaire.eu/) based on the Scholix (Scholarly Link eXchange) framework, link to Python code for testing, and data collected from the API using the code developed. Data was collected in two phases for testing purpose - in September and November 2019. Output data include DOI and metadata (title, author name, publisher name) for datasets associated with University of Bath research outputs.

Dataset for \"Quantitative analysis of anti-resonance in single-ring, hollow-core fibres\"

David Bird, Peng Song & Kah Yung Phoong
This dataset contains the data used to create Figures 2 to 5 in the paper, "Quantitative analysis of anti-resonance in single-ring, hollow-core fibres". The data represents the confinement loss of jacketed and unjacketed single-ring, hollow-core fibres and of a reference model consisting of concentric glass and air layers. The different Figures, and the related datasets, show the dependence of the confinement loss on the structural parameters of the fibres. Data for jacketed and unjacketed fibres...

Dataset for \"High quality hydrogen silsesquioxane encapsulated graphene devices with edge contacts\"

Penglei Li, David Collomb & Simon Bending
Datasets underpinning the four figures for "High quality hydrogen silsesquioxane encapsulated graphene devices with edge contacts" in Materials Letters. The primary data files are transmission line measurements for edge contacts and Hall mobilities of devices with and without hydrogen silsesquioxane (HSQ) encapsulation. Also included are a device processing chart and atomic force microscopy (AFM) profiles. Raman data presented in the Supporting Information are also included.

Dataset for \"‘Double’ Displacement Talbot Lithography: fast, wafer-scale, direct-writing of complex periodic nanopatterns\"

Pierre Chausse, Emmanuel Le Boulbar, Pierre-Marie Coulon & Philip Shields
This study developed a new low-cost nanolithographic tool for creating periodic arrays of complex, nano-motifs, across large areas within minutes. Displacement Talbot Lithography is combined with lateral nanopositioning to enable large-area patterning with the flexibility of a direct-write system. This enables the creation of different periodic patterns in short timescales using a single mask with no mask degradation. The dataset includes images of Matlab models (in .csv format) and SEM experimental pictures of the different...

Dataset for ‘“Hot Edges” in Inverse Opal Structure Enable Efficient CO2 Electrochemical Reduction and Sensitive in-situ Raman Characterization’

Lukas Ohnoutek & Ventsislav Valev
This dataset contains the results of finite difference time domain (FDTD) calculations of electromagnetic fields and charge density near/on a surface with an inverse opal structure, and the results of COMSOL Multiphysics simulations of the same structure. The calculations were performed in Lumerical FDTD and COMSOL Multiphysics software. The results support the publication "“Hot Edges” in Inverse Opal Structure Enable Efficient CO2 Electrochemical Reduction and Sensitive in-situ Raman Characterization".

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