# Open Access

 2021-05-1113:33 [FZJ-2021-02134] Journal Article Stolz, L. ; Homann, G. ; Winter, M. ; et al Kinetical threshold limits in solid-state lithium batteries: Data on practical relevance of sand equation Data in Brief 34, 106688 - (2021) [10.1016/j.dib.2020.106688] The here shown data support the article “The Sand Equation and its Enormous Practical Relevance for Solid-State Lithium Metal Batteries”. [1] In this data set, all cells include the poly (ethylene oxide)-based solid polymer electrolyte (PEO-based SPE). [...] OpenAccess: PDF; 2021-05-1113:32 [FZJ-2021-02133] Journal Article Meister, P. ; Küpers, V. ; Kolek, M. ; et al Enabling Mg‐Based Ionic Liquid Electrolytes for Hybrid Dual‐Ion Capacitors Batteries & supercaps 4(3), 504 - 512 (2021) [10.1002/batt.202000246] We report on the reversible (de)intercalation of TFSI− anions from a Mg‐based ionic liquid electrolyte, Mg(TFSI)2 in Pyr14TFSI, in graphite urn:x-wiley:25666223:media:batt202000246:batt202000246-math-0001 activated carbon hybrid dual‐ion capacitor (DIC) cells. The role of different pseudo reference electrodes (PREs) including Ag‐wire and Li metal is discussed regarding the comparability of different battery cells. [...] OpenAccess: PDF; 2021-05-1113:25 [FZJ-2021-02132] Journal Article Klein, S. ; Harte, P. ; Henschel, J. ; et al On the Beneficial Impact of Li 2 CO 3 as Electrolyte Additive in NCM523 ∥ Graphite Lithium Ion Cells Under High‐Voltage Conditions Advanced energy materials 11(10), 2003756 - (2021) [10.1002/aenm.202003756] Lithium ion battery cells operating at high‐voltage typically suffer from severe capacity fading, known as ‘rollover’ failure. Here, the beneficial impact of Li2CO3 as an electrolyte additive for state‐of‐the‐art carbonate‐based electrolytes, which significantly improves the cycling performance of NCM523 ∥ graphite full‐cells operated at 4.5 V is elucidated. [...] OpenAccess: PDF; 2021-05-1110:27 [FZJ-2021-02119] Report Tenhagen, A. ; Tißen, D. ; Fimm, B. ; et al Normwerterhebung und Testgütekriterien des Screenings für Auditive Verarbeitungsstörungen nach Lauer bei siebenjährigen Kindern [898-opus4-14629] 15 pp. (2021) OpenAccess: PDF; 2021-05-1020:14 [FZJ-2021-02110] Journal Article Hayward, T. B. ; Dilks, C. ; Vossen, A. ; et al Observation of Beam Spin Asymmetries in the Process e p → e ′ π + π − X with CLAS12 Physical review letters 126(15), 152501 (2021) [10.1103/PhysRevLett.126.152501] The observation of beam spin asymmetries in two-pion production in semi-inclusive deep inelastic scattering off an unpolarized proton target is reported. The data presented here were taken in the fall of 2018 with the CLAS12 spectrometer using a 10.6 GeV longitudinally spin-polarized electron beam delivered by CEBAF at JLab. [...] OpenAccess: PDF; 2021-05-1020:08 [FZJ-2021-02109] Journal Article Zheng, X. ; Deur, A. ; Kang, H. ; et al Measurement of the proton spin structure at long distances Nature physics 9, 873 (2021) [10.1038/s41567-021-01198-z] Measuring the spin structure of protons and neutrons tests our understanding of how they arise from quarks and gluons, the fundamental building blocks of nuclear matter. At long distances, the coupling constant of the strong interaction becomes large, requiring non-perturbative methods to calculate quantum chromodynamics processes, such as lattice gauge theory or effective field theories. [...] Fulltext: PDF; OpenAccess: PDF; 2021-05-1019:59 [FZJ-2021-02108] Journal Article Hu, T. ; Akbar, Z. ; Crede, V. ; et al Photoproduction of η mesons off the proton for 1.2 < E γ < 4.7 GeV using CLAS at Jefferson Laboratory Physical review / C 102(6), 065203 (2020) [10.1103/PhysRevC.102.065203] Photoproduction cross sections are reported for the reaction γp→pη using energy-tagged photons and the CLAS spectrometer at Jefferson Laboratory. The η mesons are detected in their dominant charged decay mode, η→π+π−π0, and results on differential cross sections are presented for incident photon energies between 1.2 and 4.7 GeV. [...] OpenAccess: PhysRevC.102.065203 - PDF; 2006.01361 - PDF; 2021-05-1019:46 [FZJ-2021-02106] Journal Article Mirazita, M. ; Avakian, H. ; Courtoy, A. ; et al Beam Spin Asymmetry in Semi-Inclusive Electroproduction of Hadron Pairs Physical review letters 126(6), 062002 (2021) [10.1103/PhysRevLett.126.062002] A first measurement of the longitudinal beam spin asymmetry ALU in the semi-inclusive electroproduction of pairs of charged pions is reported. ALU is a higher-twist observable and offers the cleanest access to the nucleon twist-3 parton distribution function e(x). [...] OpenAccess: 2010.09544 - PDF; PhysRevLett.126.062002 - PDF; 2021-05-1019:40 [FZJ-2021-02105] Journal Article Adhikari, S. ; Akondi, C. S. ; Ali, H. ; et al Measurement of beam asymmetry for π − Δ + + photoproduction on the proton at E γ = 8.5 GeV Physical review / C 103(2), L022201 (2021) [10.1103/PhysRevC.103.L022201] We report a measurement of the $\pi^-$ photoproduction beam asymmetry for the reaction $\vec{\gamma} p \rightarrow \pi^- \Delta^{++}$ using data from the GlueX experiment in the photon beam energy range 8.2--8.8 GeV. The asymmetry $\Sigma$ is measured as a function of four-momentum transfer $t$ to the $\Delta^{++}$ and compared to phenomenological models. [...] OpenAccess: 2009.07326 - PDF; PhysRevC.103.L022201 - PDF; 2021-05-1019:33 [FZJ-2021-02104] Journal Article Shrestha, U. ; Chetry, T. ; Djalali, C. ; et al Differential cross sections for Λ ( 1520 ) using photoproduction at CLAS Physical review / C 103(2), 025206 (2021) [10.1103/PhysRevC.103.025206] The reaction γp→K+Λ(1520) using photoproduction data from the CLAS g12 experiment at Jefferson Lab is studied. The decay of Λ(1520) into two exclusive channels, Σ+π− and Σ−π+, is studied from the detected K+, π+, and π− particles. [...] OpenAccess: PhysRevC.103.025206 - PDF; 2101.06134 - PDF;