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Department of Molecular Excitation Chemistry

Staff

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    Prof.
    T. MAJIMA
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    Assoc. Prof.
    M. FUJITSUKA
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    Assoc. Prof.
    K. KAWAI
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    Assis. Prof.
    Y. OSAKADA
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    Specially Appointed Assis. Prof.
    S. KIM

Content of research

“Beam-induced molecular chemistry” based on photo- and radiation-induced chemistry of organic compounds has been investigated from both basic and beam-functional points of view. The research projects are under way with respect to developments of new beam-controlled chemistry, new synthetic chemistry, new molecular devices and functional materials.

Current Research Programs

  1. 1. Formation and reactivities of reactive intermediates in photochemistry and radiation chemistry, and photochemistry of reactive intermediates
  2. 2. Multi-beam chemistry with multi-step irradiation by two-color two lasers, three-color three lasers, and electron pulse-laser
  3. 3. DNA photochemistry such as charge transfer in DNA and photosensitized DNA damage
  4. 4. Chemistry on the photofunctionalized surface such as TiO2 photocatalyst
  5. 5. Single-molecule chemistry
  6. 6. Dynamics of proteins and DNA

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VIDEO INTRODUCTION

The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University

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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
    Prof.
    T. MAJIMA
  • Photo
    Assoc. Prof.
    M. FUJITSUKA
  • Photo
    Assoc. Prof.
    K. KAWAI
  • Photo
    Assis. Prof.
    Y. OSAKADA
  • Photo
    Specially Appointed Assis. Prof.
    S. KIM

Content of research

“Beam-induced molecular chemistry” based on photo- and radiation-induced chemistry of organic compounds has been investigated from both basic and beam-functional points of view. The research projects are under way with respect to developments of new beam-controlled chemistry, new synthetic chemistry, new molecular devices and functional materials.

Current Research Programs

  1. 1. Formation and reactivities of reactive intermediates in photochemistry and radiation chemistry, and photochemistry of reactive intermediates
  2. 2. Multi-beam chemistry with multi-step irradiation by two-color two lasers, three-color three lasers, and electron pulse-laser
  3. 3. DNA photochemistry such as charge transfer in DNA and photosensitized DNA damage
  4. 4. Chemistry on the photofunctionalized surface such as TiO2 photocatalyst
  5. 5. Single-molecule chemistry
  6. 6. Dynamics of proteins and DNA

Figure / Graph

  • Fig.1

VIDEO INTRODUCTION