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OME 2022-12-19
Tokyo Katsushika Campus Simultaneous and Real-time Determination of Hydrogen and Ammonia by a Rotating Ring Disk Electrode Method
Yusuke Hiruma, Hidenobu Shiroishi (NITTC) OME2022-44
Ammonia is expected to be a potential hydrogen carrier in a hydrogen society. In the development of highly active electr... [more] OME2022-44
OME 2022-12-19
Tokyo Katsushika Campus Electrochemical carbon dioxide reduction by an organic catalyst using a fuel cell type electrolysis cell
Kota Shinoku, Hidenobu Shiroishi (NITTC), Daiki Kono, Yuya Harada, Tukasa Yoshida (Yamagata University) OME2022-48
 [more] OME2022-48
OME 2022-03-26
Tokyo Seikei Univ,
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Ammonia electrosynthesis at low temperatures and atmospheric pressure using Ru/TiO2/CP electrode prepared by electrodeposition
Ryuto Konno, Hidenobu Shiroishi (NIT, Tokyo College), Mika Shiraishi, Mikka Nishitani-Gamo (Toyo Univ.) OME2021-67
The development of a highly active electrochemical nitrogen reduction catalyst for low temperatures and atmospheric pres... [more] OME2021-67
EE, CPM, OME 2018-11-22
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Screening of nitrogen reduction catalyst for electrolysis under low temperature and ordinary pressure
Koki Iwanami, Hidenobu Shiroishi (NITTC) EE2018-35 CPM2018-63 OME2018-23
Ammonia is expected as a hydrogen carrier in realizing a hydrogen society. In this study, we calculated the catalyst str... [more] EE2018-35 CPM2018-63 OME2018-23
OME 2017-12-28
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Study of desorption process of nitrogen poisoning species generated during ammonia oxidation on the nanoparticles of platinum group metals by normal pulse voltammetry (1)
Yuya Harada, Hidenobu Shiroishi (NITTC), Morihiro Saito, Shinya Yamada (TUAT) OME2017-50
When the desorption mechanism of N poisoning (Nad) produced by ammonia oxidation was measured by normal pulse voltammetr... [more] OME2017-50
OME 2017-12-28
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Effects of Zinc Salt Addition to the Precursor of Fe/N/C Oxygen Reduction Catalysts for Cathode in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells
Ryoma Ono, Hidenobu Shiroishi (National Inst. of Tech., Tokyo Col.), Morihiro Saito (Tokyo Univ. of Agri. & Tech.), Tsukasa Yoshida (Yamagata Univ.), Kun'ichi Miyazawa, Yumi Tanaka (Tokyo Univ. of Sci.) OME2017-51
The further improvement of oxygen reduction activity for non-platinum oxygen reduction catalysts is required for the sub... [more] OME2017-51
OME 2017-01-07
Tokyo TUAT Synthesis of metal oxide supported metal nanoparticles by microbubble assisted low voltage solution plasma method
Yugo Hirade, Hidenobu Shiroishi (NITTC), Masato Uehara, Naoki Matsuda, Naohiro Kameta (AIST), Shiraishi Mika, Mikka Nishitani-Gamo (TU) OME2016-63
Microbubble assisted low voltage low frequency solution plasma (MLSP) methods have many advantages such as the synthesis... [more] OME2016-63
OME 2015-12-10
Tokyo PORTA Kagurazaka Optimization of Heat-treatment Condition for Lanthanum Manganite-based Air Electrode Catalysts and Effect of Carbon Supports on their Catalytic Activities
Yusuke Tachikawa, Hiroshi Suzuki, Shinpei Kosaka, Morihiro Saito (Tokyo Univ. of Agri. and Tech.), Hidenobu Shiroishi (Tokyo National College of Tech.), Yumi Tanaka (Tokyo Univ. of Sci.), Shiro Seki (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry) OME2015-74
 [more] OME2015-74
OME 2015-12-10
Tokyo PORTA Kagurazaka Effect of kinds of water-soluble inorganic salts and their particle sizes used in the production of porous ZnO-2P2O5 glass m
Kiya Ogasawara, Hidenobu Shiroishi (NITT), Morihiro Saito (TAT), Yumi Tanaka (TUS) OME2015-78
 [more] OME2015-78
OME 2014-12-19
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Synthesis of Air Electrode Catalysts Based on Lanthanum Manganite Oxides for the Cathode of Li-Air Secondary Batteries
Shun Miyano, Hiroshi Suzuki, Shinpei Kosaka, Morihiro Saito (TAT), Minoru Inaba (Doshisha Univ.), Hidenobu Shiroishi (TNCT), Yumi Tanaka (TUS), Shiro Seki (CRIEPI) OME2014-66
 [more] OME2014-66
OME 2014-12-19
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Synthesis and Characterization of Platinum-Supported Carbon Nanotubes and Carbon Paper Composites by One-Step Liquid-Phase Synthesis
Masahiko Kijima (Tokyo Univ. of Sci.), Hidenobu Shiroishi (Tokyo Natl. Coll. Tech.), Morihiro Saito (Tokyo Univ. Agri. Tech.), Jun Kuwano, Yumi Tanaka (Tokyo Univ. of Sci.) OME2014-68
"One-Step Liquid-Phase Synthesis" is our original one-step process which enable the synthesis of unique carbon nanomater... [more] OME2014-68
OME 2014-12-19
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Analysis of effective nitrogen chemical species in oxygen reduction catalysts made from iron cobalt complexes with pyridyl ligands as precursors in alkaline solution
Masakuni Takahashi, Hidenobu Shiroishi (TNCT), Hiroshi Suzuki, Morihiro Saito (TUAT), Yumi Tanaka (TUS) OME2014-72
Non-platinum oxygen reduction catalysts made from iron cobalt complexes with 1,10-phenanthroline as a precursor supporte... [more] OME2014-72
OME 2014-12-19
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Electrochemical ammonia oxidation by carbon supported multilayered shell-core noble metal particle catalysts
Ryo Shirasaka, Eiji Kudo, Hidenobu Shiroishi (TNCT), Morihiro Saito (TUAT), Hiraku Ota, Mikka N.- Gamo (TU) OME2014-73
Ammonia is expected for the energy source of next generation, because the domestic production is almost 1.2 million ton ... [more] OME2014-73
OME 2014-03-04
Tokyo S3-201, Tokyo Tech. [Invited Talk] Self organization of alkylammonium-metal(dmit)2 salts and fabrication of the conductive thin films
Yasuhiro F. Miura, Hironari Akiyama, Naoki Sugimoto (Toin Univ. of Yokohama), Hiroyuki Hasegawa (Hokkaido Univ), Hidenobu Shiroishi, Mitsuo Takahashi (Tokyo National College of Tech) OME2013-95
 [more] OME2013-95
OME 2013-12-17
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Analysis of effective nitrogen chemical species in oxygen reduction catalysts made from iron cobalt complexes with pyridyl ligands as precursors
Masakuni Takahashi, Hidenobu Shiroishi (Tokyo NCT), Morihiro Saito, Yumi Tanaka (Tokyo Univ. of Science) OME2013-78
Non-platinum oxygen reduction catalysts made from iron cobalt complexes with pyridyl ligands as precursors supported on ... [more] OME2013-78
OME 2013-12-17
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Characterization of ZnO-2P2O5 Glass blended with ZrO2-1.6P2O5 Electrolyte as Inorganic - Inorganic Hybrid Electrolyte for Intermediate Temperature Fuel Cell
Keisuke Ando, Hidenobu Shiroishi (Tokyo NCT), Morihiro Saito (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Tech.) OME2013-79
Inorganic - inorganic hybrid electrolytes were synthesized by mixing ZnO-2P2O5 glass with high mechanical properties and... [more] OME2013-79
OME 2013-12-17
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Synthesis of Pt nanoparticles by low voltage solution plasma processing
Takumi Kato, Taiji Nishikawa, Hidenobu Shiroishi (Tokyo NCT), Tatsurou Nakashima, Naoki Matsuda (AIST) OME2013-80
A solution plasma processing method at a low voltage and low frequency, abbreviated as SPP-LVLF, is promising for the sy... [more] OME2013-80
OME 2013-12-17
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Synthesis of Lanthanum Manganite-based Air Electrode Catalysts and Their Application to Anion-exchage Membrane Fuel Cells
Morihiro Saito (Tokyo Univ. of Agri. and Tech.), Tatsuya Takakuwa (Doshisha Univ.), Hiroshi Suzuki (Tokyo Univ. of Agri. and Tech.), Hideo Daimon, Akimasa Tasaka, Minoru Inaba (Doshisha Univ.), Hidenobu Shiroishi (Tokyo National College of Tech.), Takeo Hatai, Jun Kuwano (Tokyo Univ. of Sci.)
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