Multimodal measurement smart lab

Professor MURAMATSU Atsushi
  • Mechanochemical-Hydrothermal synthesis Zeolite preparation and framework structure control
  • Monodispersed nanoparticle synthesis by gel sol method and/or solvothermal method
  • Selective C2 hydrocarbon synthesis by methane oxidative coupling
Monodispersed particle synthesis, functional nanoparticles, catalysis, industrial physical chemistry, next-generation synchrotron radiation
Research Activities

Research on the synthesis and application of functional monodispersed particles and cutting-edge catalyst materials for practical use

Our main method is based on the gel sol method (developed with Professor Emeritus Sugimoto, Professor Kanie and others), which is an original method for mass synthesis of monodispersed particles whose size, composition, structure, etc. are uniform, from nano size to submicron size. We have been studying the synthesis of monodispersed nanoparticles. We are also conducting research on the preparation of various zeolites by the mechanochemical-hydrothermal synthesis method (developed by Professor Yamamoto of Kitakyushu City University). With Carbon Neutral in mind, we are developing research on whether the synthesized material can be used as a catalyst for the conversion reaction of natural gas = methane.
Something wrong? That's strange? Something that got caught a little.
Yeah? I wondered if I could do this a little here.
Certainly, such trivial things can lead to big discoveries and inventions!
The real thrill of research is that small little thoughts accelerate you and lead to big dreams.
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