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    Datasets for Socio-macroeconomic impacts of implementing different post-Brexit UK energy reduction targets to 2030

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    This file contains the following data sheets used in the following paper: Nieto, J., Pollitt, H. Brockway, P.E., Clements, L., Sakai, M., and Barrett J. “Socio-Macroeconomic Impacts of Implementing Different Post-Brexit UK Energy Reduction Targets to 2030.” Energy Policy 158, 2021, 112556. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2021.112556 *Inputs: Exogenous inputs to the model *Results Levels:Results for the E3ME and MARCO-UK scenarios in levels *Results vs Baseline: Results for the E3ME and MARCO-UK scenarios in volume index (Baseline=100) as presented in the paper *Summary results tables: Results according to different criteri

    Data to support study of The Structures and Spin States of Iron(II) Complexes of Isomeric 2,6-Di(1,2,3-triazolyl)pyridine Ligands

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    Different isomers of the title ligands coordinate to iron(II) in monodentate or tridentate fashion, leading to complexes with a variety of spin state properties

    Dataset associated with the publication ‘Direct Single-Molecule Observation of Mode and Geometry of RecA-Mediated Homology Search’

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    Raw data of the experimental work reported in the publication entitled 'Direct Single-Molecule Observation of Mode and Geometry of RecA-Mediated Homology Search’

    Why didn’t you tell me this before? (Maybe you didn’t want to hear this side of the story)

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    Who tells history? Who knows about it or who has the opportunity to do it? We can find several versions about the electroacoustic music history during the past century, most of them with subtle differences, but it is unusual to find references pointing to no “first-world” countries. In fact, this same conference is happening in one of the “central” countries where the history of the world seems to be written. Why is this happening? The political and economic instability in most Latin American countries has been deeply affecting the life of its inhabitants for decades. Support for artistic activities has usually been postponed to solve urgent social problems. In spite of that, the electroacoustic music development in the region is really astounding. Mauricio Kagel (Argentina, 1931 - Germany, 2008) composed eight electroacoustic studies in Argentina between 1950 and 1953, according to Hugh Davies’ Catalog. Kagel was among the many composers that were laying the foundations of a rich history of experimentation and creation in the region. Reginaldo Carvalho and Jorge Antunes in Brazil, León Schidlowsky and Juan Amenabar in Chile, Joaquín Orellana in Guatemala and Horacio Vaggione in Argentina are just a few names in the ocean of electroacoustic music creativity that has always been Latin America. The Cuban composer Juan Blanco registered in 1942 the description of a new musical instrument he named Multiorgan, based on 12 loops using magnetophonic wires. This predated the Mellotron -that changed the way of doing music- by many years but recent documentaries don’t even mention him or his device. Mexican engineer Raúl Pavón developed in 1960 an electronic musical instrument: the Omnifon. It was among the firsts voltage-controlled electronic sound synthesizers built. Fernando von Reichenbach invented in Argentina the Analog Graphic Converter in the 60s. It was used to transform graphic scores -from drawings done on a paper roll- into electronic control signals adapted to work with analog sound equipment. José Vicente Asuar produced in Chile a hybrid analog-digital computer system in the mid 70s exclusively devoted to create music. If you know about the history of electroacoustic music but didn’t hear about what has been happening in Latin America for the past 60 years or so, it is clear that something around has not been said. Maybe it was lost (in translation?) or for some reason didn’t show up in the official history (story?) If history is written by winners: are those persons named some of the losers of the electroacoustic music history? “Why didn’t you tell me this before?” is not just a presentation about pioneers and their creations but also a strong regard towards the way the electroacoustic music history has been reported and what is being done to that respect

    GCRF African SWIFT Skills Matrix for Professionals in the Field of African Meteorology

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    The Skill Framework is for two purposes: 1. It will be used to monitor the success of the SWIFT project, in supporting the increase of skills (capability) among the body of staff working on the project. 2. It should be used by participants to plan their own personal development. You may consider taking account of this Skills Framework in your staff review process, for instance. SWIFT participants should record their skills levels in the "Personal" sheet, and use this to plan their personal development in the project. Each participant should keep their own copy of the spreadsheet, and share a copy with their line manager. Participants will be asked to send a copy of the spreadsheet to the SWIFT Programme Science Director at ACMAD. The data will be anonymised and used to monitor progress

    Data to support study of synthesis and characterisation of rhenium tricarbonyl polypyridine-functionalised cyclotriguaiacyclene ligands.

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    Data to support study of synthesis, crystallographic, spectroscopic and photophysical characterisation of rhenium tricarbonyl polypyridine-functionalised cyclotriguaiacyclene ligands

    Dataset for 'Tuning hardness in calcite by incorporation of amino acids'

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    This work investigates the origin of the superior hardness of biogenic calcite by creating “model biominerals” from calcite single crystals containing glycine (0-7 mol%) or aspartic acid (0-4 mol%). Lattice distortions in these crystals were analyzed using x-ray diffraction and molecular dynamics simulations, while SS-NMR showed that the amino acids are incorporated as individual molecules. Nanoindentation hardness increased with amino acid content, reaching values equivalent to their biogenic counterparts. Finally, a dislocation pinning model reveals that the enhanced hardness is determined by the force required to cut covalent bonds in the molecules
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