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Supporting Data for "Effects of Electrolytes on Thermodynamics and Structure of Oligo(ethylene oxide)/Salt Solutions and Liquid–Liquid Equilibria of a Squalane/Tetraethylene Glycol Dimethyl Ether Blend"

Shen, Zhengyuan; Chen, Qile P; Lodge, Timothy P; Siepmann, J Ilja (2021-01-22)
Data including input/output and restart files for all the systems, analysis codes (python, fortran, cpp), and figures in the paper "Effects of Electrolytes on Thermodynamics and Structure of Oligo(ethylene oxide)/Salt ...

Supporting Data for Mitigating Damage to Hybrid Perovskites Using Pulsed-Beam TEM

VandenBussche, Elisah J; Flannigan, David J; Holmes, Russell J; Clark, Catherine P (2021-01-08)
Using a pulsed-beam transmission electron microscope, we discover a reduction in damage to methylammonium lead iodide (MAPbI3) as compared to conventional beams delivered at the same dose rates. This work provides insights ...

Supporting data for spectral rigidity of non-Hermitian symmetric random matrices near the Anderson transition

Shklovskii, Boris, I; Huang, Yi (2020-10-27)
We numerically calculate the number variance in the three dimensional TME model and study the evolution of the number variance as a function of average number of eigenvalues with different disorder parameters as the system ...

Supporting Data for Internal Structure of Methylcellulose Fibrils

Schmidt, Peter W; Morozova, Svetlana; Ertem, S. Piril; Coughlin, McKenzie L; Davidovich, Irina; Talmon, Yeshayahu; Reineke, Theresa M; Bates, Frank S; Lodge, Timothy P (2020-08-26)
Data files used to generate all figures in the manuscript "Internal Structure of Methylcellulose Fibrils" and its supplementary information.

Suppressing The Ferroelectric Switching Barrier in Hybrid Improper Ferroelectrics

Birol, Turan; Li, Shutong (2020-08-26)
Integration of ferroelectric materials in novel technological applications requires low coercive field materials, and consequently, design strategies to reduce the ferroelectric switching barriers. In this first principles ...