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Department of Molecular Excitation Chemistry

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    Assoc. Prof.
    M. FUJITSUKA
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    Assoc. Prof.
    K. KAWAI
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    Assoc. Prof.(iacs)
    Y. OSAKADA

Content of research

“Molecular excitation chemistry” based on photo- and radiation- induced chemistry of organic and inorganic compounds has been investigated from both basic and application points of view. The following research projects are underway with respect to developments of photo- and radiation-controlled chemistry and bioscience, functional materials, ultra-sensitive analytic and diagnostic methods.

Current Research Programs

  1. 1. Formation and reactivity of reactive intermediates in photochemistry and radiation chemistry, and photochemistry of reactive intermediates
  2. 2. Multi-laser chemistry with multi-step irradiation by two-color two lasers, three-color three lasers, and electron pulse-laser
  3. 3. Charge transfer mechanism during TiO2 photocatalytic reactions
  4. 4. Single-molecule fluorescence measurements to study dynamic motions and reactions of DNA, RNA, and peptides
  5. 5. Single-molecule chemistry
  6. 6. Kinetic analysis based on the control of fluorescence blinking

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HOME > Research Introduction > Division of Biological and Molecular Sciences > Department of Molecular Excitation Chemistry

Department of Molecular Excitation Chemistry

Staff

  • Photo
    Assoc. Prof.
    M. FUJITSUKA
  • Photo
    Assoc. Prof.
    K. KAWAI
  • Photo
    Assoc. Prof.(iacs)
    Y. OSAKADA

Content of research

“Molecular excitation chemistry” based on photo- and radiation- induced chemistry of organic and inorganic compounds has been investigated from both basic and application points of view. The following research projects are underway with respect to developments of photo- and radiation-controlled chemistry and bioscience, functional materials, ultra-sensitive analytic and diagnostic methods.

Current Research Programs

  1. 1. Formation and reactivity of reactive intermediates in photochemistry and radiation chemistry, and photochemistry of reactive intermediates
  2. 2. Multi-laser chemistry with multi-step irradiation by two-color two lasers, three-color three lasers, and electron pulse-laser
  3. 3. Charge transfer mechanism during TiO2 photocatalytic reactions
  4. 4. Single-molecule fluorescence measurements to study dynamic motions and reactions of DNA, RNA, and peptides
  5. 5. Single-molecule chemistry
  6. 6. Kinetic analysis based on the control of fluorescence blinking

Figure / Graph

  • Fig.1

VIDEO INTRODUCTION