Atsushi Muramatsu
Akira Watanabe
Associate Professor
Masashi Mizukami
Associate Professor
Sachiko Maki
Senior Assistant Professor
Fusae Kaneko
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
Motohiro Kasuya
Assistant Professor
Mizuho Yabushita
Assistant Professor
Tomomi Masui
Assistant Professor
  • metal-doped zeolite catalysts
  • organic- inorganic hybrid nano-materials
  • hybrid liquid crystal
  • energy catalysts
  • promoted semiconductor nano-dots

Major Grad.Sch. of Environmental Studies
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Highly functional materials, such as metal-doped zeolite catalysts, ITO nanoink for TCO, niobium-based oxide particles for lead-free piezoelectric devices, titania, perovskite metal oxides, semiconductor nanoparticles, organic-inorganic hybrid nanomaterials, fuel cell, and alloy nanoparticulate catalysts, etc. have been widely provided. Their production methods are based on the particle-synthesis principles, (1) strict separation of nucleation and particle growth, (2) perfect inhibition against aggregation, (3) precise control in particle synthesis mode. Namely, the physico-chemical theory for the stability of coffee or milk, and the very good foams of beer, is similar to the formation of nanoparticles precisely controlled in size and shape. What kind of nanomaterials do you need? We'll make it.


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