Inorganic Materials Chemistry Laboratory
The fusion of inorganic and organic materials in the nano worldVarious functional materials are utilized in commonly used electronic equipment and devices. The research and development involved in making thin films of functional materials — which is what our laboratory engages in — is attracting much attention as a promising approach to reduce environmental burdens and the use of energy. For example, the hybrid membranes, which fuse organic and inorganic materials at the nano level, are expected to be applicable to organic electro-luminescence devices and electronic papers.
|College of Engineering||Applied Chemistry|
|Faculty Name||Tomoji Ohishi|
The Chemical Society of Japan|
The Japan Society of Applied Physics
The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers
Nanotechnologies,Membranes, Surface treatments, Optoelectronics, Recycling|
For SocietyWe use electrochemical methods and knowledge to a) conduct basic research on electrolysis and applying new electrodes and electrolytes to energy devices and b) develop technologies to recover rare earths.
- Development of electrode catalysts for manufacturing new energy carriers
- Development of electrochemical and sensing technologies to recover water-soluble selenium
- Development of technologies to electrodeposit iridium and iridium oxide