By H. Hosono, Y. Mishima, H. Takezoe, K.J.D. MacKenzie, Kenneth MacKenzie, Yoshinao Mishima and Hideo Takezoe (Auth.)
A examine venture on the Tokyo Institute of know-how - devoted to fostering innovation within the box of nanomaterials - used to be chosen as one of many twenty first Century COE (Center of Excellence) courses. The achievements of this COE software, which builds at the robust culture of fabrics technological know-how within the Institute, are summarized inside of this booklet.
Nanomaterials - learn in the direction of Applications
is divided into 4 major parts:
(1) innovative Oxides
(2) cutting-edge Polymers
(3) Nanostructure layout for brand spanking new features, and
(4) Nanostructure structure for Engineering functions.
* each one part contains 3 or 4 chapters on the topic of inorganic, natural and metal nanomaterials
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Cm-I at 300 K (Fig. 26). These properties enable novel applications such as the direct optical writing of conducting wires and areas on the insulating transparent media. Generation of persistent carrier electrons in C 12A7:H by electron-beam irradiation was also examined . 3 (b) 100 mlz 150 200 . . 1 o 0 0 200 400 600 800 Temperature (°C) 10( (c) < 3 -I v = 2 0 1 0 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 Electric field (V cm -1) Fig. 24. Emission of O- ions from C12A7. (a) Typical time-of-flight-type mass spectrum of ion current extracted from C12A7.
4 eV and the conductivity at room temperature is enhanced with annealing time. It indicates that the electron concentration increases with the annealing and reaches 2 × 102] cm -3 when the crystal is subjected to the chemical treatment for 240 h, corresponding to the almost complete replacement of the free oxygen with electrons. The C 12A7 electride is formed by the annealing of C 12A7 single crystals in calcium vapor at 700°C. The electrical conductivity changes from semiconductor to degenerated conduction types with an increase in the electron concentration.
CH4 partial oxidation to syngas over 1% N1/C12A7 as a function of temperature. h-]. a hydrogen atmosphere . cm -1 . 3 S-cm-1 at 300 K (Fig. 25). The conductive state continued even after the irradiation was stopped. The reverse process or reversion to the insulator occurred when the material was heated to above ~-, 300°C accompanied by the decay of the optical absorption intensities. When the temperature rose above ~ 550°C, H2 gas was released from the sample and the photosensitivity was completely lost.
Nanomaterials. From Research to Applications by H. Hosono, Y. Mishima, H. Takezoe, K.J.D. MacKenzie, Kenneth MacKenzie, Yoshinao Mishima and Hideo Takezoe (Auth.)