The Citrine Team is dedicated to creating a data infrastructure and community that together make all materials data more accessible and useful than ever before, and today we have some exciting news to share: Citrination, the data platform for the physical world, now houses over 3,000,000 data points! We continue to work towards creating the most […]
This week we have added over 175,000 new data points from Materials Project to our platform. This dataset contains the calculated density of states (DOS) for around 20,000 materials. Plots have been generated for the complete DOS as well as for partial DOS projected on sites and orbitals. This data set also includes the calculated […]
We are very excited to announce that Citrination now hosts data from JCAP, the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis! JCAP was established in 2010 as a Department of Energy, Energy Innovation Hub, and is the largest research program dedicated to the development of an artificial solar-fuel generation technology. They aim to produce fuels using only […]
In this update, we added the ability to leave comments on data points – ask questions or start a discussion about interesting data. We improved our document search workflow, making it easier to find data nested in uploaded documents like PDFs and Microsoft Word files. We’ve also made more parts of our API public. You […]
Many thanks to Tolutola Oyetunde for contributing his Alkane Activation Database. Tolutola Oyetunde is a doctoral student in the Computational Activated Materials Laboratory in the department of Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering at Washington University in San Louis. His research group, led by Professor Cynthia Lo, are focusing on developing catalysts for C1 chemistry. This Alkane […]
This week we highlight a database of piezoelectric properties, published by researchers at UC-Berkeley and LBNL. Piezoelectric materials allow coupling of electrical fields and mechanical strain. This occurs when the crystal lattice is disturbed, causing a charge imbalance which results in a voltage across the material. Piezoelectrics are used in a number of applications in […]
Citrination is always growing and we continue to add information from datasheets for commercial materials. This week we highlight the inclusion of data for a number of Chevron’s products. Aquagear(R), Aries(R), Capella(R), and Delo(R) are examples of some of the product lines that we have added. The data includes properties such as viscosity, flash point, […]
As Citrination grows, we continue to add more data for commercial materials. This week we focus on a data set that was extracted from the Solvay Amodel(R) PPA Design Guide. This includes data for their range of polyphthalamides as well as comparative data for standard polyamides. Some of the properties given are thermal conductivity, tensile […]
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On TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy’s home page, you can find a link to the paper Data Mining our way to the next generation of thermoelectrics, which our CEO, Bryce Meredig contributed to. You can also spot the faces of two of our founders on the video freeze frame!