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Jun 23, 2022 - Dr. Howard Katz NSF-supported projects
Han, Jinfeng; Ganley, Connor; Hu, Qin; Zhao, Xingang; Clancy, Paulette; Russell, Thomas P.; Katz, Howard E., 2022, "Data associated with the publication: Using pre-formed Meisenheimer complexes as dopants for n-type organic thermoelectrics with high Seebeck coefficients and power factors", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1/0JWMF0, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V1
The data consists of graphs and spreadsheets showing the spectroscopic, physical, and electronic characterizations of different polymers and dopant structures and concentrations, including dopants present as pre-formed Meisenheimer complexes. The highest level of folders is label...
Jun 23, 2022 - Dr. Howard Katz NSF-supported projects
Han, Jinfeng; Chiu, Arlene; Ganley, Connor; McGuiggan, Patty; Thon, Susanna M.; Clancy, Paulette; Katz, Howard E., 2022, "Data associated with the publication: 3,4,5-Trimethoxy substitution on an N-DMBI dopant with new N-type polymers: polymer-dopant matching for improved conductivity-Seebeck coefficient relationship", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1/NT8FQN, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V1
The data consists of graphs and spreadsheets showing the spectroscopic, physical, and electronic characterizations of different polymers and dopant structures and concentrations. The highest level of folders is labelled according to the type of device used. Then, subfolders are a...
Jun 23, 2022 - Dr. Howard Katz NSF-supported projects
Song, Yunjia; Lamberty, Zachary D.; Liang, Junhao; Pellitero, Miguel Aller.; Wagner, Justine S.; Jumai’an, Eugenie; Bevan, Michael A.; Frechette, Joelle; Currás, Netzahualcóyotl Arroyo; Katz, Howard E., 2022, "Data associated with the publication: Nanoscale boreceptor layers comprising carboxylated polythiophene for organic electrochemical transistor-based biosensors", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1/XGVRX0, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V1
From the publication abstract: We investigated the carboxylated conjugated polymer poly 3-(3-carboxypropyl)thiophene-2,5-diyl as a nanosized (200–350 nm) biomolecule receptor layer on the channel of organic electrochemical transistor (OECT) devices. Myelin basic protein, SARS-CoV...
Jun 17, 2022 - Dr. Howard Katz NSF-supported projects
Mukhopadhyaya, Tushita; Lee, Taein; Ganley, Connor; Clancy, Paulette; Katz, Howard E., 2022, "Data associated with the publication: Evidence of pre-formed Lewis acid-base and Wheland-type complexes acting as dopants for p-type conjugated polymers", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1/8OFLMF, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V1
From the publication abstract: Efficient doping of polymer semiconductors is essential for their development as conductors. Although Lewis acids such as B(C6F5)3have shown promise as dopants for polymers, their doping mechanism is not fully understood. We created 1:1 zwitterionic...
Jun 14, 2022 - Dr. Howard Katz NSF-supported projects
Mukhopadhyay, Tushita; Katz, Howard E., 2022, "Data associated with the publication: Trap-dominated nitrogen dioxide and ammonia responses of air-stable p-channel conjugated polymers from detailed bias stress analysis.", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1/ENWXRU, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V1
The data consists of graphs and spreadsheets showing the spectroscopic, physical, topographic, and electronic characterizations of different polymers and their electronic responses to bias stress and vapors over time. The folders group the files according to the type of response...
Jun 6, 2022
Beauchene, Christine; Men, Silu; Hinault, Thomas; Courtney, Susan M.; Sarma, Sridevi V., 2022, "Data associated with the publication: Using neural networks to uncover the relationship between highly variable behavior and EEG during a working memory task with distractors.", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1/OOMZS7, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V1
The dataset contains all the data used in the paper “Using Neural Networks to Uncover the Relationship between Highly Variable Behavior and EEG during a Working Memory Task with Distractors”. Specifically, it includes, for 16 participants, the time-locked raw EEG data for the 540...
May 24, 2022 - Dr. Howard Katz NSF-supported projects
Han, Jinfeng; Tiernan, Emma; Lee, Taein; Chiu, Arlene; McGuiggan, Patricia; Adams, Nicholas; Timko, John A.; Hopkins, Patrick E.; Thon, Susanna M.; Tovar, John D.; Katz, Howard E., 2022, "Data associated with the publication: A new polystyrene-polyvinyl pyridinium ionic copolymer dopant for n-type all-polymer thermoelectrics with high stable conductivity relative to Seebeck coefficient giving high power factor", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1/D3EV75, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V1
The data consists of spectroscopic, morphological, electronic, and thermoelectric data for this manuscript, divided according to type of characterization.
May 24, 2022 - Dr. Howard Katz NSF-supported projects
Han, Jinfeng; Song, Yunjia; Chen, Nan; Chiu, Arlene; McGuiggan, Patricia; Adams, Nicholas; Thon, Susanna M.; Tovar, John D.; Katz, Howard E., 2022, "Data associated with the publication: A dichlorinated dithienylethene-diketopyrrolopyrrole-based copolymer with pronounced p-n crossover: Evidence for anionic Seebeck contribution", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1/5UEIRG, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V1
The data consists of spectroscopic, morphological, electronic, and thermoelectric data for this manuscript, divided according to type of characterization
May 18, 2022
Blair-Stanek, Andrew; Van Durme, Benjamin, 2022, "Federal court case event and coreference data", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1/QVAHMD, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V1
This contains much of the intermediate data and final data for the paper “Improved Induction of Narrative Chains via Cross-Document Relations” in StarSem 2022. The raw data came from the federal cases dataset at the excellent Caselaw Access Project (https://case.law) from Harvard...
May 17, 2022
Anna Weerasinghe, 2022, "Historical Archives of Goa Medical Licensing Database, 1596-1748", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1/AZ8G3G, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V1
The Historical Archives of Goa Medical Licensing Database, 1596-1748 is a database of medical licensing records issued in Goa, the capital of the Portuguese Estado da Índia during the first several centuries of colonial rule. The database comprises 1,141 unique medical licensing...
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