Bio & Organic Chemistry
Lab. for Biopolymer
Masanori YAMADA, Associate Professor
Utilization of biopolymer as functional materials.
Lab. for Synthetic Organic Chemistry
Haruo YAMADA, Professor
Kan WAKAMATSU, Associate Professor
Design and synthesis of functional materials on metal surfaces, and photochemical application to organic synthesis and functional materials.
Lab. for Physical Organic Chemistry
Shinji TOYOTA, Professor
Tetsuo IWANAGA, Research Associate
Quantitative treatment of factors that affect the reactivity of organic compounds, especially studies on the reactivity of rotational isomers, and on solvent effects on a molecular basis.
Lab. for Coordination Chemistry
Takashi SHIBAHARA, Professor
Synthesis and characterization of sulfur-bridged metal cluster compounds.
Lab. for Materials Research Chemistry
Tsukio OHTANI, Professor
Synthesis and physical properties of high-Tc oxide superconductors, and the systematic survey of new high-Tc superconductors in transition metal chalcogenides.
Lab. for Surface Chemistry
Shigeharu KITTAKA, Professor
Shuichi TAKAHARA, Associate Professor
Two dimensional phase properties of water molecules on the homogeneous solid surfaces and in the interlayers of the layered materials, and their effect on the physical properties of the solid.
Lab. for Nanospace Chemistry
Kunimitsu MORISHIGE, Professor
Gas-liquid and liquid-solid phase transitions of molecules within pores and development of novel mesoporous materials.
Lab. for Advanced Material Science
Koya HAYASHI, Professor
Genta SAKANE, Associate Professor
Design and synthesis of materials which have anomalous electrical conductivity. Study of polytypism, electrical conduction and magnetism of low dimensional compounds.
Lab. for Analytical Chemistry
Michio ZENKI, Professor
Takashi YOKOYAMA, Professor
Synthesize new organic reagents for developing high performance liquid chromatography and flow injection analysis.
Lab. for Biological Chemistry
Hiromi AIKOH, Professor (Department of Zoology)
Laboratory for Biological Chemistry is conducting an investigation into the capture dispersed mercury from crushed fluorescent lamps by sulfur-bridged trinuclear molybdenum clusters, the mechanism of diabetes or Alzheimer's Disease.