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Blue Photoluminescence from Chemically Derived Graphene Oxide

Polymer chemistry Polymer reactions Dynamic covalent chemistry Soft materials. Micro chemical processes for sustainablity Catalytic processes and environmental protection processes are developed through research on the extreme characteristics of flow in microspace.

Bionanotechnology expansition by "peptide" molecules Okochi lab is aiming to creat biosensing system based on biomolecular recognition mechanism by integrating material science, nanotechnology and bioelectronics. Biosensor Functional peptide Cell function regulation Allergy. Control of Metal Assembly and Function Synthetic inorganic and organometallic chemistry, reaction mechanism, catalysis, and materials science. Organometallic chemistry Coordination chemistry Catalysis Inorganic chemistry. Development of novel reactions by using polyhydrido clusters Synthesis of polyhydrido clusters, whose multiple metal center are tightly connected by hydrido ligands, and their applications toward novel chemical transformations.

Organometallic chemistry Coordination chemistry Cluster chemistry Chemistry of catalysis. Investigating Chemistry using Supercomputing We are investigating chemical phenomena using the state-of-the-art supercomputing. Computational chemistry Simulating chemical reactions Simulating liquid crystals.

Chemistry of Materials and Energy. Examples and Future of a Millennial Science

Electrocatalysis to realizes hard reactions We study new eletrocatalysis for direct prodcution of essential chemicals using fuel cell reactor and clarify reaction mechanism. Post-fuel cell Energy conversion chemistry Material conversion chemistry Green chemistry.


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Javascript is not enabled in your browser. Enabling JavaScript in your browser will allow you to experience all the features of our site. Learn how to enable JavaScript on your browser. The selected papers present the highlights of recent research in the field of oxide structure. A wide range of oxidic materials, including real oxides, zeolites and layer-structured systems, is considered and described in terms of preparation methods, structural characterization and the relation between active sites, structure and catalytic properties.

The application of the most powerful simulation and physical-chemical techniques show their usefulness in discovering and explaining structural and dynamic properties of complex materials. Moreover the development of sophisticated spectroscopical and analytical techniques are shown to significantly improve the growth of surface oxide science, generating new tools for the knowledge of catalyst structure and reaction mechanisms.

An interesting feature is the inclusion of papers which show the mutual roles of experiment and theoretical models. High-resolution electron microscopy, neutron diffraction with isotopic substitution and x-ray absorption fine structure for the characterisation of active sites in oxide catalysts John Meurig Thomas. Location of Bronsted and cation sites in dehydrated zeolites: a comparison A. Alberti et al. Characteristics in the photocatalytic reactivity of the tetrahedrally coordinated ti-oxide species designed within various types of zeolites and on support surfaces M.

Anpo et al. Chemisorption and catalytic properties of gold nanoparticles on different oxides: electronic or structural effects? Boccuzzi, A.