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J-GLOBAL ID:201401052962808547   Update date: Nov. 15, 2019

Norio Takenaka

Norio Takenaka
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Research field  (3): Computational science ,  Energy-related chemistry ,  Physical chemistry
Papers (23):
  • Miyazaki Kasumi, Takenaka Norio, Watanabe Eriko, Iizuka Shota, Yamada Yuki, Tateyama Yoshitaka, Yamada Atsuo. First-Principles Study on the Peculiar Water Environment in a Hydrate-Melt Electrolyte. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS. 2019. 10. 20. 6301-6305
  • Bouibes Amine, Takenaka Norio, Saha Soumen, Nagaoka Masataka. Microscopic Origin of the Solid Electrolyte Interphase Formation in Fire-Extinguishing Electrolyte: Formation of Pure Inorganic Layer in High Salt Concentration. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS. 2019. 10. 19. 5949-5955
  • Miyazaki Kasumi, Takenaka Norio, Fujie Takuya, Watanabe Eriko, Yamada Yuki, Yamada Atsuo, Nagaoka Masataka. Impact of cis- versus trans-Configuration of Butylene Carbonate Electrolyte on Microscopic Solid Electrolyte Interphase Formation Processes in Lithium-Ion Batteries. ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES. 2019. 11. 17. 15623-15629
  • Takenaka Norio, Nagaoka Masataka. Microscopic Elucidation of Solid-Electrolyte Interphase (SEI) Film Formation via Atomistic Reaction Simulations: Importance of Functional Groups of Electrolyte and Intact Additive Molecules. CHEMICAL RECORD. 2019. 19. 4. 799-810
  • Fujie Takuya, Takenaka Norio, Nagaoka Masataka. SEI Film Formation Simulation by Using Red Moon Method Combined with QM/MM Method. JOURNAL OF COMPUTER CHEMISTRY-JAPAN. 2019. 18. 1. 29-37
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Lectures and oral presentations  (39):
  • QM/MM分子動力学法によるアンモニア分子の水和過程に関する理論的研究
    (分子構造総合討論会2005 2005)
  • アンモニア水和過程における分極効果に関する理論的研究
    (分子構造総合討論会2006 2006)
  • アンモニア溶解過程の微視的水和機構に関する理論的研究
    (日本化学会第87春季年会 2007)
  • アンモニア溶解過程の微視的水和機構:溶質QM分極とファンデル・ワールス相互作用のハイブリッド表現の重要性
    (日本化学会第88春季年会 2008)
  • Microscopic Hydration Mechanism in the Ammonia Dissolution Process: Importance of the Solute QM Polarization
    (World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists 2008 2008)
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Association Membership(s) (2):
JAPAN SOCIETY FOR MOLECULAR SCIENCE ,  THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
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