Quantum reflection of bright solitary matter-waves from a narrow attractive potential: Supporting data.A. L. Marchant, T. P. Billam, M. M. H. Yu, A. Rakonjac, J. L. Helm, J. Polo, C. Weiss, S. A. Gardiner & S. L. Cornish
Data supporting the work "Quantum reflection of bright solitary matter-waves from a narrow attractive potential". Prepr int available at http://www.arxiv.org/abs/1507.04639.
Examining charge transport networks in organic bulk heterojunction photovoltaic diodes using 1/f noise spectroscopy (data files)K. Kaku, A.T. Williams, B. Mendis & C. Groves
This study investigates the application of 1/f noise spectroscopy to determine the morphology of organic photovoltaic diodes. Our experiments indicate that 1/f noise spectroscopy can provide detailed information about charge transport networks in such complex, bulk heterojunction devices, even when bipolar charge transport is present. This indicates that 1/f noise spectroscopy could be used to investigate morphology in a wide range blended organic electronic devices. Methodologies and descriptions of the data are described in full...
A high repetition rate experimental setup for quantum non-linear optics with cold Rydberg atoms: Supporting dataHannes Busche, Simon W Ball & Paul Huillery
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Data for \"A single-mode external cavity diode laser using an intra-cavity atomic Faraday filter with short-term linewidth <400 kHz and long-term stability of <1 MHz\"James Keaveney
We report on the development of a diode laser system - the `Faraday laser' - using an atomic Faraday filter as the frequency-selective element. In contrast to typical external-cavity diode laser systems which offer tunable output frequency but require additional control systems in order to achieve a stable output frequency, our system only lases at a single frequency, set by the peak transmission frequency of the internal atomic Farady filter. Our system has both short-term...
Numerical data for thesis, The study of filled rubber composites with rheology and neutron scattering contains rheological and neutron scattering data.
Data Supporting \"Interfacial contribution to thickness dependent in-plane anisotropic magnetoresistance\", AIP Advances 5, 127108 (2015)Mustafa Tokac, Mu Wang, Samridh Jaiswal, Andrew Rushforth, Bryan Gallagher, Del Atkinson & Aidan Hindmarch
(Abstract from article) We have studied in-plane anisotropic magnetoresistance(AMR) in cobaltfilms with overlayers having designed electrically interface transparency. With an electrically opaque cobalt/overlayer interface, the AMR ratio is shown to vary in inverse proportion to the cobaltfilm thickness; an indication that in-plane AMR is a consequence of anisotropic scattering with both volume and interfacial contributions. The interface scattering anisotropy opposes the volume scattering contribution, causing the AMR ratio to diminish as the cobaltfilm thickness is...
Muon-spin relaxation study of the double perovskite insulators Sr2BOsO6 (B = Fe, Y, ln): Supporting data.T Lancaster, R C Williams, F Xiao, I O Thomas, S J Clark, G A Cornish, S J Blundell, W Hayes, A K Paul, C Felser & M Jansen
Supporting data for the paper "Muon-spin relaxation study of the double perovskite insulators Sr2BOsO6 (B = Fe, Y, ln)"
This thesis presents the work towards the realisation of an interferometer using bright solitary waves in a ring. The splitting of a bright solitary wave, which is created from a 85Rb Bose-Einstein condensate in an optical waveguide, is realised through scattering from a narrow potential well formed from a tightly focussed red detuned laser beam. We observe reflection of up to 25% of the atoms, along with the trapping of atoms at the position of...
Generalized Dynamic Object Removal for Dense Stereo Vision Based Scene Mapping using Synthesised Optical Flow - Evaluation DatasetO.K. Hamilton & Toby P. Breckon
Mapping an ever changing urban environment is a challenging task as we are generally interested in mapping the static scene and not the dynamic objects therein, such as cars and people. We propose a novel approach to the problem of dynamic object removal within stereo based scene mapping that is both independent of the underlying stereo approach in use and applicable to varying object motion relative to scene depth and camera motion. By leveraging both...
Abstract from article: Furosemide is a loop diuretic drug marketed in solid form which suffers from low solubility and low permeability. The pharmaceutically relevant properties of a recently described furosemide-isonicotinamide 2:1 cocrystal (2FS-INA) were investigated and compared with those of other known furosemide cocrystals. The intrinsic dissolution rate of 2FS-INA was found to be 1.27 times that of the commercial FS, while the equilibrium solubility of 2FS-INA is 5.6 times higher than that of pure...
We report observations of the formation and subsequent decay of a vortex lattice in a Bose-Einstein condensate confined in a hybrid optical-magnetic trap. Vortices are induced by rotating the anharmonic magnetic potential that provides confinement in the horizontal plane. We present simple numerical techniques based on image analysis to detect vortices and analyse their distributions. We use these methods to quantify the amount of order present in the vortex distribution as it transitions from a...
Data for The Association of Defensin HNP-2 with Negatively Charged Membranes: A Combined Fluorescence and Linear Dichroism StudyJohn Sanderson, Catherine Pridmore & Alison Rodger
Data generated during a study of defensin HNP-2 association with lipid membranes. Data are grouped by experiment. Information on files is located in each experiment directory, and in some cases where appropriate, in individual directories and files. Data types include: fluorescence (Figs. 2, 4, 6, S1); Linear Dichroism (Fig. 5, S8); Dichrocalc (Fig. 10, 11); APBS (Fig. 12, S17); FRET (Fig. S2, S3); DLS (Fig. S4, S5); DSC (Fig. S6); Circular Dichroism (Fig. S7).
Supporting data for: Superconducting and mechanical properties of low-temperature solders for jointsYeekin Tsui, Ra'ad Mahmoud, Elizabeth Surrey & Damian Hampshire
All large superconducting applications require electrical connections between superconductors or between superconductors and other metallic parts of the systems. Such connections are essential components for these applications and are usually made by melting the solder (or soft soldering). In general, the melting point, electrical resistivity, mechanical and wetting properties and toxicity are all important criteria when choosing the best solder for a specific application. If the solder itself is superconducting under the operating conditions of...
Free-Space Permittivity Measurement at Terahertz Frequencies with a Vector Network Analyser: Supporting DataJonathan Hammler
Dataset contains S-parameter measurements recorded with Vector Network Analyser Agilent N5224A. Data are presented as coma-separated values (*.csv) and Matlab v5 (*.mat) files.
Supporting data for: Optimal design of a toroidal field magnet system and cost of electricity implications for a tokamak using high temperature superconductorsT. S. Lee, I. Jenkins, Elizabeth Surrey & Damian Hampshire
The potential for reducing the Cost of Electricity (CoE) by using High Temperature Superconductors (HTS) in the Toroidal Field (TF) coils of a fusion tokamak power plant has been investigated using a new HTS module in the PROCESS systems code. We report the CoE and the design of HTS tokamaks that have been optimized by minimising the major radius of the plasma. Potential future improvements in both the superconducting properties and the structural materials for...
Data archive for Chem Comm paper | Furosemide's one little hydrogen atom: NMR crystallography structure verification of powdered molecular organicsCory Widdifield
The potential of NMR crystallography to verify molecular crystal structures deposited in structural databases is evaluated, with two structures of the pharmaceutical furosemide serving as examples. While the structures differ in the placement of one H atom, using this approach, we verify one of the structures in the Cambridge Structural Database using quantitative tools, while establishing that the other structure does not meet the verification criteria.
Software and Dataset for \"Phase Separation on Bicontinuous Cubic Membranes: Symmetry Breaking, Re-entrant and Domain Facetting\"Halim Kusumaatmaja, Fabien Paillusson & Matthew Pennington
We study the phase separation of binary lipid mixtures that form bicontinuous cubic phases. The competition between non-uniform Gaussian membrane curvature and line tension leads to a very rich phase diagram, where we observe symmetry breaking of the membrane morphologies and re- entrant phenomena due to the formation of bridges between segregated domains. Upon increasing the line tension contribution, we also find facetting of lipid domains that we explain using a simple argument based on...
Data files can be opened in Matlab. The authors used Matlab R2015a. If you do not have access to Matlab, Mathematica, Scilab (freeware) or similar applications should be able to open the files.
We present the results of resonant x-ray scattering measurements and electronic structure calculations on the monoarsenide FeAs. We elucidate details of the magnetic structure, showing the ratio of ellipticity of the spin helix is larger than previously thought, at 2.58(3), and reveal both a right-handed chirality and an out-of-plane component of the magnetic moments in the spin helix. We find that electronic structure calculations and analysis of the spin-orbit interaction are able to qualitatively account...
The attached dataset contains all data plotted in the figures published in: Greenwood, Jack R, Surrey, Elizabeth & Hampshire, Damian (2018) Biaxial Strain Measurements of JC on a (RE)BCO Coated Conductor. IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity (Volume: 28, Issue: 4, June 2018) Please see the README.txt file inside the .zip file for a more detailed description of the contents. Jack Greenwood March 2018 email: email@example.com
Simultaneous Two-Photon Resonant Optical Laser Locking (STROLLing) in the hyperfine Paschen--Back regime [dataset]Renju Mathew
We demonstrate a technique to lock simultaneously two laser frequencies to each step of a two-photon transition in the presence of a magnetic field sufficiently large to gain access to the hyperfine Paschen-Back regime. A ladder configuration with the 5S1/2, 5P3/2 and 5D5/2 terms in a thermal vapour of 87Rb atoms is used. The two lasers remain locked for more than 24 hours. For the sum of the laser frequencies, which represents the stability of...
Improved 3D Sparse Maps for High-performance Structure from Motion with Low-cost Omnidirectional Robots - Evaluation DatasetToby P. Breckon & Pedro Cavestany
Data set used in research paper doi:10.1109/ICIP.2015.7351744
Relating Molecular Morphology to Charge Mobility in Semi-Crystalline Conjugated Polymers: Underpinning dataMatthew Jones, Buddhapriya Charkrabarti & David Huang
The dataset.zip file contains four sets of data used in the Journal of Physical Chemistry paper to which this DOI is linked. These are - Crystal data; Charge transport data; charge transport input data (morphologies); paracrystallinity data. Each sub directory contains a short .txt file to assist interpreting the data.