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DFT Design Criteria for Superconductivity

Queensland University of Technology
Mackinnon, Ian ( Contributor ) Almutairi , Alanoud ( Contributor ) Alarco, Jose ( Contributor )
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Postal Address:
Professor Ian Mackinnon
Ph: +61 415 468 993
Fax: +61 7 3138 4438

ian.mackinnon@qut.edu.au

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This dataset includes raw and processed files that contribute to the interpretation and compilation of figures and tables related to the manuscript in the journal Computational Materials Science titled: "Design criteria for prediction of superconductor materials using Materials Studio".

Data time period: 04 06 2018 to 07 03 2019

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153.023288,-27.480692

153.023288,-27.480692

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