Outlines - R&D on nanomaterials for
future technology and industry
The Laboratory of Applied Inorganic Chemistry
focuses the properties, behaviors, and reactions of inorganic compounds and its composites through the various experiments using physicochemical and electrochemical technique. We employ many experimental methods in order to make clear these objects on the basis of the viewpoint form "IONS, ELECTRONS, and WATER".
Students are encouraged through the experimental works through the preparation of novel materials, development and improvement of the experimental
apparatus, and the discussion of the experimental results.
Last decades, we are focusing the materials chemistry for the future technology
and industrial chemistry through the R&D on various kinds of nanotailored
materials. Structure and properties of electrolyte solution, solution
chemistry in the hetero-phase systems, synthesis of metal oxide thin films by
the Liquid Phase Deposition Method, and fabrication techniques of polymer-metal
nanoparticle composites by the Relaxative Auto Dispersion method have been
studied. We have published more than 100 papers for last 10 years and obtained
valuable suggestion and encouragements from many scientists and engineers all
over the world.