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Facilities

image Gas chromatograph
GC can separate each product and determine its amount, and total conversion can then be calculated. It's possible to determine almost all materials which can be vaporised by contralling the length and kind of column used. 18 GC are working in our laboratory.
GC-4000(GL Sciences), GC-390B(GL Sciences),
GC-2014(SHIMADZU), GC-8A(SHIMADZU) etc.
image GC-17A (SHIMADZU)
This equipment is for gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. It combines the features of gas chromatography and mass spectrometry to identify different substances in a test sample.
image NOVA 1000 series (Quantachrome)
This equipment is for BET surface area analysis which is a technique used to determine the specific surface area of powders, solids and granules. The values are expressed in meter square per gram. This measurement is crucial in understanding the behaviour of porous materials
image Fixed bed reactor
We use these equipments to measure the reactivity of environmental catalysts NOx removal and hydrogen production catalysts.
image Sta inless steel autoclave
We use this equipment for liquid organic reactions in highly pressurized carbon dioxide, FT synthesis and catalytic reactions using nitrogen-doped carbon materials. And we also use this for the hydrothermal synthesis of porous smectites which are used for catalysts and supports.
image FT/IR-620 (JASCO)
FT/IR means "Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy", by which we can examine the molecular structure gaseous, liquid, and solid samples.
image Reactor for in situ phase behavior observation
This equipment can be used to observe the phase behavior of reaction mixtures at different temperatures up to 423 K and pressures up to 20 MPa. There are two quartz windows at its both sides, and we use this to study the influence of carbon dioxide pressurization in expanded liquid phase organic reactions.
image UV-3100PC (SHIMADZU)
This equipment is for Ultraviolet-visible-nearInfrared Spectroscopy. Quantitative and qualitative analysis is possible by consecutive irradiation of light (190`3200nm) toward the sample solution.
image JDX-8020 (JEOL)
This equipment is for powder X-ray diffraction for the measurement of the cristal structure and phases of a solid sample. We mainly use it to examine the size and chemical state of small metal particles supported on solid surface.