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KANEZASHI MASAKOTO

カネザシ マサコト | KANEZASHI MASAKOTO
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Papers (159):
  • Ren, Xiuxiu, Kanezashi, Masakoto, Nagasawa, Hiroki, Xu, Rong, Zhong, Jing, Tsuru, Toshinori. Ceramic-Supported Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane-Organosilica Nanocomposite Membrane for Efficient Gas Separation. INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH. 2019. 58. 47. 21708-21716
  • Moriyama, Norihiro, Nagasawa, Hiroki, Kanezashi, Masakoto, Tsuru, Toshinori. Selective water vapor permeation from steam/non-condensable gas mixtures via organosilica membranes at moderate-to-high temperatures. JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE SCIENCE. 2019. 589
  • Yu, Xin, Meng, Lie, Nagasawa, Hiroki, Kanezashi, Masakoto, Machida, Masato, Tsuru, Toshinori. Evaluating the chemical stability of metal oxides in SO3 and applications of SiO2-based membranes to O-2/SO3 separation. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY. 2019. 102. 11. 6946-6956
  • Gong, Genghao, Mamoru, Murata, Nagasawa, Hiroki, Kanezashi, Masakoto, Hu, Yunxia, Tsuru, Toshinori. Vapor-permeation dehydration of isopropanol using a flexible and thin organosilica membrane with high permeance. JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE SCIENCE. 2019. 588
  • Dong, Guanying, Shimizu, Kazuyuki, Sakaue, Takayuki, Kosugi, Naoya, Kawai, Yu, Anisah, Sofiatun, Kanezashi, Masakoto, Nagasawa, Hiroki, Tsuru, Toshinori. Free glycerol removal from monoglyceride using TiO2-ZrO2 nanofiltration membranes. SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGY. 2019. 224. 366-372
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Books (11):
  • Current Trends and Future Developments on (Bio-)Membranes: Microporous Membrane and Membrane Reactors
    Elsevier 2019 ISBN:9780128163504
  • Developments and Applications of CO2 or H2 Permselective Membranes
    2018 ISBN:9784781313214
  • Current Status of Sol-Gel Technology
    シーエムシー出版 2017 ISBN:9784781312583
  • Carbon Dioxide Capture: Processes, Technology and Environmental Implications
    Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 2016 ISBN:9781634853347
  • エネルギー・化学プロセスにおける膜分離技術
    S&T出版 2014 ISBN:9784907002428
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Lectures and oral presentations  (13):
  • Tailoring molecular sieving property and thermal stability of organic inorganic hybrid membranes for gas separation
    (13th Pacific Rim Conference of Ceramic Societies (PACRIM13) 2019)
  • Development of highly permeable molecular sieving membranes via controlling microporous structure
    (9th International Symposium on Inorganic Membranes (ISIM9) 2019)
  • Hydrocarbon permeation properties through sol-gel derived amorphous silica membranes with controlled network structure
    (The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan (SCEJ) 83th Annual Meeting 2018)
  • Pore size controllability and gas permeation properties of sol-gel derived amorphous silica membranes
    (International Institute for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research (I2CNER) workshop 2018 2018)
  • Tailoring the subnano amorphous silica network structure for development of highly permeable gas separation membranes
    (The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan (SCEJ) 49th Autumn Meeting (Joint Session of SCEJ and KIChE) 2017)
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Work history (4):
  • 2017/03/01 - Hiroshima University Associate Professor
  • 2010/04/01 - 2017/02/28 Hiroshima University Assistant Professor
  • 2007/10/01 - 2010/03/31 Hiroshima University Assistant Professor
  • 2005/10/01 - 2007/09/30 Arizona State University Postdoctoral Researcher
Awards (4):
  • 2019/11/02 - Phoenix Outstanding Researcher Award
  • 2016/05/11 - 日本膜学会膜学研究奨励賞 Tailoring the silica network structure for highly permeable gas separation membranes and evaluation of gas permeation properties
  • 2011/03/01 - 化学工学会研究奨励賞 實吉雅郎記念賞
  • 2005/08 - Best poster award Hydrogen separation performance and stability of Ni-doped silica membranes in high temperature steam
Association Membership(s) (4):
The Society of Separation Process Engineers, Japan ,  The Membrane Society of Japan ,  The Japanese Sol-Gel Society ,  The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan
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