modified on 8/8/19
Chemistry at Interfaces
We are proud of our international-compatible studies of interfaces and photocatalysts. Liquid-solid interfaces characterization with frequency-modulation AFM is one of the coming research issues. The other topic is photoinduced dynamics of water-splitting photocatalysts studied by time-resolved infrared and Raman spectroscopy. We are pleased to collaborate with researchers and students in applied chemistry, physics, geoscience, materials and mechanical engineering. The annual tuition of students willing to join our PhD course can be supported by the laboratory. Foreign students to promise much here in Kobe are welcome. See For International Students.
- Rawipa Intakul, undergraduate student of Thammasat University, visited us for a one-week internship supported by Sakura exchange program in science. 8
- Sudrajat, H.; Dhakal, D.; Kitta, M.; Sasaki, T.; Ozawa, A.; Babel, S.; Yoshida, T.; Ichikuni, N.; Onishi, H., Electron Population and Water Splitting Activity Controlled by Strontium Cations Doped in KTaO3 Photocatalysts. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2019, 123, 18387-18397. link 8
- Charge Carrier Dynamics in Sr-Doped NaTaO3 Photocatalysts Revealed by Deep UV Single-Particle Microspectroscopy. Mizutani, S.; Karimata, I.; An, L.; Sato, T.; Kobori, Y.; Onishi, H.; Tachikawa, T., Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2019, 123, 12592-12598. link 6
- Hiroshi Onishi has been awarded by Japan Society of Vacuum and Surface Science. 5
- Sodium Tantalate Photocatalysts Doped with Metal Cations: Why Are They Active for Water Splitting? Hiroshi Onishi, ChemSusChem 12 (2019) 1825-1834. link