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J-GLOBAL ID:200901026338284044   Update date: May. 27, 2020

Hirai Takayuki

ヒライ タカユキ | Hirai Takayuki
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (3): Catalytic processes and resource chemistry ,  Chemical reaction and process system engineering ,  Functional solid-state chemistry
Research keywords  (4): Solar Energy ,  Photochemistry ,  Energy ,  Environment
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • Studies on Preparation Process of Size- and Morphology-controlled Fine Particles using Emulsion Liquid Membrane (W/O/W Emulsion) System
  • Nanostructured Photocatalysts for Environmental Photochemical Engineering
  • Studies on Preparation and Processing of Nanoparticles and Their Application as Advanced Materials
Papers (43):
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MISC (357):
Books (7):
  • Advanced Liquid-liquid Extraction System using Photochemical Reduction for Metals (共著)
    Proceedings of the International Solvent Extraction Conference, ISEC 2002, K. C. Sole, P. M. Cole, J. S. Preston and D. J. Robinson (Editor), South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Johannesburg 2002
  • Separation of Rare Earth Elements by Liquid-Liquid Extraction and Photochemical Reaction (共著)
    Chushutsu Gijutsu Shuran 1997
  • Separation of Rare Metals by Solvent Extraction Employing Reductive Stripping Technique (共著)
    Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy Review 1997
  • Preparation of Fine Particles Using Emulsified Liquid Membranes (共著)
    Value Adding Through Solvent Extration, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne 1996
  • Separation of Rare Metals by Photoreductive Stripping in Liquid-Liqiud Extraction Process (共著)
    Value Adding Through Solvent Extration, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne 1996
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Professional career (2):
  • (BLANK) (Osaka University)
  • (BLANK) (Osaka University)
Awards (3):
  • 2003 - Noguchi-Kinen Award for Encouragement of Young Scientists, The Japan Petroleum Institute
  • 2001 - Excellent Paper Award for Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu, 2000, The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan
  • 1997 - Encouragement of Young Scientists, The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan
Association Membership(s) (11):
Japanese Photochemistry Association ,  Japan Solar Energy Society ,  Japanese Society of High Technology in Agriculture ,  Kinki Chemical Society ,  Catalysis Society of Japan ,  The Rare Earth Society of Japan ,  The Japan Petroleum Institute ,  The Electrochemical Society of Japan ,  Japanese Association of Solvent Extraction ,  The Chemical Society of Japan ,  The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan
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