7 Works

Dataset: Charge order textures induced by non-linear couplings in a half-doped manganite

Ismail El Baggari, David Baek, Michael Zachman, Di Lu, Yasuyuki Hikita, Harold Hwang, Elizabeth Nowadnick & Lena Kourkoutis
Raw data associated with publication. The self-organization of strongly interacting electrons into superlattice structures underlies the properties of many quantum materials. How these electrons arrange within the superlattice dictates what symmetries are broken and what ground states are stabilized. Here we show that cryogenic scanning transmission electron microscopy (cryo-STEM) enables direct mapping of local symmetries and order at the intra-unit-cell level in the model charge-ordered system Nd1/2Sr1/2MnO3. In addition to imaging the prototypical site-centered charge...

Dataset: Coherent, atomically thin transition-metal dichalcogenide superlattices with engineered strain

Saien Xie, Lijie Tu, Yimo Han, Lujie Huang, Kibum Kang, Ka Un Lao, Preeti Poddar, Chibeom Park, David Muller & Jiwoong Park

Dataset: Utilizing complex oxide substrates to control 2 carrier concentration in large-area monolayer 3 MoS2 films

Xudong Zheng, Eli Gerber, Jisung Park, Don Werder, Orrin Kigner, Eun-Ah Kim, Saien Xie & Darrell Schlom

Dataset: Epitaxial stannate pyrochlore thin films: Limitations of cation stoichiometry and electron doping

Felix Hensling, Diana Dahliah, Prabin Dulal, Patrick Singleton, Jiaxin Sun, Jürgen Schubert, Hanjong Paik, Indra Subedi, Biwas Subedi, Gian-Marco Rignanese, Nikolas Podraza, Geoffroy Hautier & Darrell Schlom

Dataset: Direct Visualization of Trimerized States in 1T′−TaTe2

Ismail El Baggari, Nikhil Sivadas, Gregory Stiehl, Jacob Waelder, Daniel Ralph, Craig J. fennie & Lena Kourkoutis

Dataset: Adsorption-controlled growth of Ga2O3 by suboxide molecular-beam epitaxy

Patrick Vogt, Felix Hensling, Kathy Azizie, Celesta Chang, David Turner, Jisung Park & Jonathan McCandless

Dataset: Electron ptychography achieves atomic-resolution limits set by lattice vibrations

Zhen Chen, Yi Jiang, Yu-Tsun Shao1, Megan Holtz, Michal Odstrcil, Manuel Guizar-Sicairos, Isabelle Hanke, Steffen Ganschow, Darrell Schlom & David Muller
Raw input data (Matlab mat format). Transmission electron microscopes use electrons with wavelengths of a few picometers, potentially capable of imaging individual atoms in solids at a resolution ultimately set by the intrinsic size of an atom. However, owing to lens aberrations and multiple scattering of electrons in the sample, the image resolution is reduced by a factor of 3 to 10. By inversely solving the multiple scattering problem and overcoming the electron-probe aberrations using...

Registration Year

  • 2021

Resource Types

  • Dataset


  • Cornell University
  • University of California, Merced
  • Stanford University
  • SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory