31 Works

Engineering p-n junctions and bandgap tuning of InSe nanolayers by controlled oxidation

Amalia Patane & Nilanthy Balakrishnan
Data collection on the effects of thermal and laser annealing on the electronic properties of InSe

Raw data for Mapping the force field of a hydrogen bonded assembly

Adam Sweetman
Raw experimental and simulation data for paper - Mapping the force field of a Hydrogen Bonded Assembly, Nat. Comms. 2014

Raw data for new compounds described in the paper: \"Enantioselective rhodium-catalyzed coupling of arylboronic acids, 1,3-enynes, and imines by alkenyl-to-allyl 1,4-rhodium(I) migration\"

Michael Callingham, Benjamin M. Partridge, William Lewis & Hon Wai Lam
Raw data for new compounds described in the paper: "Enantioselective rhodium-catalyzed coupling of arylboronic acids, 1,3-enynes, and imines by alkenyl-to-allyl 1,4-rhodium(I) migration".

Supramolecular networks stabilise and functionalise black phosphorus

Vladimir Korolkov
The limited stability of the surface of black phosphorus (BP) under atmospheric conditions is a significant constraint on the exploitation of this layered material and its few layer analogue, phosphorene, as an optoelectronic material. Here Wwe show that the surface of black phosphorus (BP) supports the formation of supramolecular networks stabilised by hydrogen bonding can be formed on BP, and that these monolayer-thick films can passivate the BP surface and inhibit oxidation under ambient conditions....

Raw data for Visualizing the orientational dependence of an intermolecular potential

Adam Sweetman
Raw experimental and simulation data for paper - Visualizing the orientational dependence of an intermolecular potential, Nat. Comms. 2016

Polymers for binding of the Gram-positive oral pathogen Streptococcus mutans

Giuseppe Mantovani
This deposit contains the raw data relating to the PLOS One paper described in the title. Contains data regarding: 1H and 19F NMR, Image analysis, and MTT assays.

Raw data relating to Biomaterials Science paper - Bioreducible cross-linked core polymer micelles enhance in vitro activity of methotrexate in breast cancer cells

Cameron Alexander
Experimental data used in Gulfam M. et al. Biomater. Sci., 2017, 5, 532–550 NMR, GPC, DLS and key physical science data. Cell culture studies supporting figures in the paper

Data for paper: The effect of weak inertia in rotating high-aspect-ratio vessel bioreactors

Mohit Dalwadi
This file provides the data for the figures in the paper 'The effect of weak inertia in rotating high-aspect-ratio vessel bioreactors', published in the Journal of Fluid Mechanics accepted on 14 September 2017.

Muzicodes (Musical Code Recognition System) user workshops, 2016, public dataset

Chris Greenhalgh
Data from a series of development workshops using the muzicodes musical code recognition system, held with musicians with varying levels of experience and background. Includes participant information, summary information of the codes/experiences developed and fragment of transcript.

A binaural cross-correlogram toolbox for MATLAB

Michael Akeroyd
CC-BC-NC-ND 4.0 license

Cortical predictors and correlates of cochlear implant outcome: a longitudinal study using functional near-infrared spectroscopy

Carly A. Anderson
This deposit contains the raw data obtained during Carly Anderson's PhD at the University of Nottingham and used in resulting publications. It contains neuroimaging data (functional near-infrared spectroscopy), speech perception data, and clinical characteristics of cochlear implant users.

Eigenstate thermalization hypothesis in quantum dimer models

Zhihao Lan & Stephen Powell
We use exact diagonalization to study the eigenstate thermalization hypothesis (ETH) in the quantum dimer model on the square and triangular lattices. Due to the nonergodicity of the local plaquette-flip dynamics, the Hilbert space, which consists of highly constrained close-packed dimer configurations, splits into sectors characterized by topological invariants. We show that this has important consequences for ETH: We find that ETH is clearly satisfied only when each topological sector is treated separately, and only...

Ullmann coupling reactions on Ag(111) and Ag(110): substrate influence on the formation of covalently coupled products and intermediate metal-organic structures

Chris J. Judd & Alex Saywell
On-surface reactions based on Ullmann coupling are known to proceed on coinage-metal substrates (e.g. Au, Ag, Cu), with the chemistry of the surface strongly influencing the reaction progression. In addition, the topography of the surface may be expected to affect the local adsorption geometry of the reactants as well as the intermediate and final structures. Here, we investigate the effect of two different surface facets of silver, Ag(111) and Ag(110) on the formation of organometallic...

Ceramic City Stories -Science Museum Residency

Daniel H. Mutibwa
This is research data related to a research project titled Science Museum: Community-in-Residence. Two digital projects emerged from this project - the research data of which has been captured, processed and deposited in this repository as a way of ensuring that a permanent record thereof is maintained for use by other researchers, the public and other and stakeholders.

Data for paper - Multi-timescale analysis of a metabolic network in synthetic biology: a kinetic model for 3-hydroxypropionic acid production via beta-alanine

Mohit Dalwadi
This file provides the data for the figures in the paper 'Multi-timescale analysis of a metabolic network in synthetic biology: a kinetic model for 3-hydroxypropionic acid production via beta-alanine', published in the Journal of Mathematical Biology, accepted on 16 October 2017.

The direct-to-indirect band gap crossover in two-dimensional van der Waals indium selenide crystals

Amalia Patane
The electronic band structure of van der Waals (vdW) layered crystals has properties that depend on the composition, thickness and stacking of the component layers. Here we use density functional theory and high field magneto-optics to investigate the metal chalcogenide InSe, a recent addition to the family of vdW layered crystals, which transforms from a direct to an indirect band gap semiconductor as the number of layers is reduced. We investigate this direct-to-indirect bandgap crossover,...

Office workers' perceived barriers and facilitators to taking regular micro-breaks at work: full result table

Yitong Huang
Research has suggested regular breaks in sedentary office workers are important for health, wellbeing and long-term productivity. Although there exist many computerized break reminders, few are based on user needs and requirements as determined by formative research. This is the result table from a diary-probed interview study with 20 office workers on their perceived barriers and facilitators to taking regular micro-breaks at work.

A spatial approach to evaluating the multiple benefits of Sustainable Drainage Systems using blue-green infrastructure

Richard Fenner
Traditional approaches to understanding the benefits of SuDs adopt cost-benefit analysis and ecosystem services methods often rely on value transfer to convert each benefit into a monetary value which can then be compared to the cost of the project. This approach while well-developed is limited because it does not incorporate the spatial nature of the benefits, and fails to emphasise that different beneficiaries are benefiting in different ways. This paper develops an alternative way of...

Contamination of detained sediment in Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems

Scott Arthur
Adsorption is a key water pollution remediation measure used to achieve stormwater quality improvement in Sustainable urban Drainage Systems (SuDS). The level of contamination of detained sediment within SuDS assets is not well documented, with published investigations limited to specific contaminant occurrence in ponds, wetlands or infiltration devices (bioretention cells) and generally focused on solute or suspended sediment. Guidance on contamination threshold levels and potential deposited sediment contamination information is not included in current UK...

A giant quantum Hall plateau in graphene coupled to an InSe van der Waals crystal

Oleg Makarovskiy
Text of the paper submitted to PRL in August 2017, original figure files, raw data, device images, etc.

Numerical modelling of hydro-morphological processes dominated by fine suspended sediment in a stormwater pond

Nigel Wright & Sangaralingam Ahilan
Fine sediment plays crucial and multiple roles in the hydrological, ecological and geomorphological functioning of river systems. This study employs a two-dimensional (2D) numerical model to track the hydro-morphological processes dominated by fine suspended sediment, including the prediction of sediment concentration in flow bodies, and erosion and deposition caused by sediment transport. The model is governed by 2D full shallow water equations with which an advection-diffusion equation for fine sediment is coupled. Bed erosion and...

Optical detection and spatial modulation of mid-infrared surface plasmon polaritons in a highly doped semiconductor

Davide Maria Di Paola
This is a series of .txt files containing the results of optical measurements performed on hydrogenated In(AsN) epilayers.

Learning and Action Alliance framework to facilitate stakeholder collaboration and social learning in urban flood risk management

Emily O'Donnell
Flood and water management governance may be enhanced through partnership working, intra- and cross-organisational collaborations, and wide stakeholder participation. Nonetheless, barriers associated with ineffective communication, fragmented responsibilities and ‘siloed thinking’ restrict open dialogue and discussion. The Learning and Action Alliance (LAA) framework may help overcome these barriers by enabling effective engagement through social learning, and facilitating targeted actions needed to deliver innovative solutions to environmental problems. By increasing the adaptive capacity of decision-makers and participants,...

Recognising barriers to implementation of Blue-Green Infrastructure: a Newcastle case study

Colin Thorne
This is a qualitative data collection. These data were collected as part of an interdisciplinary project undertaken by the Blue-Green Cities (BGC) Research Consortium (www.bluegreencities.ac.uk). The project examined the sources of uncertainty and barriers responsible for current concerns and challenges to widespread adoption of Blue-Green Infrastructure in urban flood risk management. The study consisted of nineteen semi-structured interviews with institutional stakeholders in the Newcastle, UK. There is a recognised need for a fundamental change in...

ASCE_JGGE_A centrifuge modelling study of the response of piled structures to tunnelling

Alec Malcolm Marshall
Data published within the paper: Franza, A. and Marshall, A.M. 2017. A centrifuge modelling study of the responseof piled structures to tunnelling. ASCE Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering.

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