Dataset to accompany Nature Communications article "Strain-stabilized superconductivity" (article DOI: 10.1038/s41467-020-20252-7). Data include inputs and outputs for bulk and strained sample computations of band structure, DOS, EPW, nscf, phonon, energy relaxation, and Wannier.
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...
Image and JSON labeled polygon training and test sets for deep-learning models. GoodMelts, fastBottom, and fastTop archives contain dataset for each of the named instance classes described in the associated paper (DOI pending). 10x_crossVal archive contains the training data split into the 10 k-fold, cross validation sets used in the study. TestSet are a reserved set of labeled images used for model evaluation, but not used in training. Item
Raw data cited by "Growth of Ta2SnO6 Films, a Candidate Wide-Band-Gap p-Type Oxide" https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcc.1c10382
The dataset shows how X-ray micro-computed tomography (μCT) can be used to non-destructively generate 3D representations of a material with micron/nanometer precision. This is shown through a variety of test cases, including: Compacted Cu powder, Flux grown SmB6 single crystals, Flux grown rutile GeO2, Floating zone grown YbMgGaO4, Diffraction Computed Tomography of rutile TiO2. The collected data includes the raw μCT data along with any auxiliary data used (such as Laue diffraction).
Dataset: Mixed-state electron ptychography enables sub-angstrom resolution imaging with picometer precision at low doseZhen Chen, Michal Odstrcil, Yi Jiang, Yimo Han, Ming-Hui Chiu, Lain-Jong Li & David Muller
Dataset includes raw data (matlab mat format, filename: rawdata_1x_crop.mat), expected reconstruction of raw data (png format, filename: pty_crop_phase.png), and analysis codes used. Utilizes the ptychography reconstruction toolkit, PtychoShelves developed at Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland [https://www.psi.ch/en/sls/csaxs].
Raw input data (Matlab mat format, sample_data_mos2.dat)
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...
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