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Dr. Kenji Kawaguchi (Assistant Professor of Organization for Research Initiatives and Development) Receives Outstanding Presentation Award at the 134th Meeting of the Surface Finishing Society of Japan

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Updated Mar. 17, 2017
On September 1 and 2, 2016, the 134th Meeting of the Surface Finishing Society of Japan was held at Tohoku University in Sendai, Miyagi, where Dr. Kenji Kawaguchi, Assistant Professor of the Organization for Research Initiatives and Development, Doshisha University, received the 18th Outstanding Presentation Award.

Dr. Kenji Kawaguchi succeeded in control of overpotentials for oxygen evolution (wanted reaction) and led oxide deposition (unwanted reaction) in acidic aqueous solutions on the “Nano/amorphous hybrid catalyst” with nano-sized IrO2 particles being highly dispersed in the amorphous Ta2O5 matrix.

Title of Presentation
‘Reaction Selectivity and Overpotentials for Anodic Reactions on Nano/amorphous Hybrid Catalyst’

Presenter
Kenji Kawaguchi (Assistant Professor, Organization for Research Initiatives and Development)

Co-author
Masatsugu Morimitsu (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Website of the 134th Meeting of the Surface Finishing Society of Japan (in Japanese):
Assistant Professor Kenji Kawaguchi (Organization for Research Initiatives and Development) Receives Outstanding Presentation Award at the 134th Meeting of the Surface Finishing Society of Japan
On September 1 and 2, 2016, the 134th Meeting of the Surface Finishing Society of Japan was held at Tohoku University in Sendai, Miyagi, where Dr. Kenji Kawaguchi, Assistant Professor of the Organization for Research Initiatives and Development, Doshisha University, received the 18th Outstanding Presentation Award.

Dr. Kenji Kawaguchi succeeded in control of overpotentials for oxygen evolution (wanted reaction) and led oxide deposition (unwanted reaction) in acidic aqueous solutions on the “Nano/amorphous hybrid catalyst” with nano-sized IrO2 particles being highly dispersed in the amorphous Ta2O5 matrix.

Title of Presentation
‘Reaction Selectivity and Overpotentials for Anodic Reactions on Nano/amorphous Hybrid Catalyst’

Presenter
Kenji Kawaguchi (Assistant Professor, Organization for Research Initiatives and Development)

Co-author
Masatsugu Morimitsu (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Website of the 134th Meeting of the Surface Finishing Society of Japan (in Japanese):