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Simulation data for \"Examining and explaining the “Generalized Laws of Reflection and Refraction” at metasurface gratings\"

Markus Schake
The provided simulation software enables the immediate replication of the results presented in "Examining and explaining the “Generalized Laws of Reflection and Refraction” at metasurface gratings" and its supplemental materials. The simulation data are structured with respect to the figures presented in the contribution. Each subfolder contains all necessary simulation data to receive the figure from the contribution by running a MATLAB file. Therefore, it is possible to compare the results with full context to...

Dataset for the publication \"A Ti/Pt/Co Multilayer Stack for Transfer Function Based Magnetic Force Microscopy Calibrations summary\"

Baha Sakar, Sibylle Sievers, Alexander Fernández Scarioni, Felipe García-Sánchez, Ilker Öztoprak, Hans Werner Schumacher & Osman Öztürk
Magnetic force microscopy (MFM) is a widespread technique for imaging magnetic structures with a resolution of some 10 nanometers. MFM can be calibrated to obtain quantitative (qMFM) spatially resolved magnetization data in units of A/m by determining the calibrated point spread function of the instrument, its instrument calibration function (ICF), from a measurement of a well-known reference sample. Beyond quantifying the MFM data, a deconvolution of the MFM image data with the ICF also corrects...

Dataset for the publication \"Using a Tip Characterizer to Investigate Microprobe Silicon Tip Geometry Variation in Roughness Measurements\"

Min Xu, Ziqi Zhou, Thomas Ahbe, Erwin Peiner & Uwe Brand
Given their superior dynamics, microprobes represent promising probe candidates for high-speed roughness measurement applications. Their disadvantage, however, lies in the fact that the volume of the microprobe’s silicon tip decreases dramatically during roughness measurement, and the unstable tip geometry leads to an increase in measurement uncertainty. To investigate the factors that influence tip geometry variation during roughness measurement, a rectangular-shaped tip characterizer was employed to characterize the tip geometry, and a method for reconstructing the...

Dataset of the high-frequency and ultrasound personal exposimeter (HiFUSPEx) validation scans performed in three simulated industrial sound fields

Michal Cieslak, Christoph Kling & Andrea Wolff
All the measurement data contained in this dataset were collected during the performance validation process of the newly developed high-frequency and ultrasound personal exposimeter (HiFUSPEx). The validation process of the HiFUSPEx was performed as a part of the collaborative project of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt and the Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance titled ”Development of a high-frequency sound exposime- ter for the occupational health protection”. The validation process was...

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