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Yukari Shigeta and Chinami Iketani (Graduate School of Science and Engineering) Receive Research Incentive Award and Outstanding Poster Award, respectively, at the 19th Kansai Surface Finishing Forum

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Updated Dec. 5, 2017
On November 16 and 17, 2017, the 19th Kansai Surface Finishing Forum (organized by the Surface Finishing Society of Japan, Kansai Branch) was held at Konan University, Kobe. At the event, Yukari Shigeta (second year, Major of Science of Environment and Mathematical Modeling) received the Research Incentive Award, and Chinami Iketani (first year, Major of Science of Environment and Mathematical Modeling) received the Outstanding Poster Award.

Shigeta clarified the superiority of the electrochemical quantitative method of phosphorus using RuO2-Ta2O5 catalyst by making comparison to the existing molybdenum blue method.
Iketani clarified the impact of the catalyst composition of Ru and Ta on the detection characteristics in the sensing of hydrogen carbonate ions using RuO2-Ta2O5 catalyst.
These research results were highly commended for the awards.

Title of Presentation
‘Comparison of the electrochemical quantitative method of phosphorus using RuO2-Ta2O5 catalyst with the molybdenum blue method’

Presenter
Yukari Shigeta
Second year, Master’s Program in Science of Environment and Mathematical Modeling, Graduate School of Science and Engineering (graduated from the Department of Environmental Systems Science, Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Co-authors
Kenji Kawaguchi (Assistant Professor, Organization of Research Initiatives and
Development)
Masatsugu Morimitsu (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Title of Presentation
‘Impact of the catalyst composition in the electrochemical sensing of hydrogen carbonate ions using RuO2-Ta2O5 catalyst’


Presenter
Chinami Iketani
First year, Master’s Program in Science of Environment and Mathematical Modelling, Graduate School of Science and Engineering (graduated from the Department of Environmental Systems Science, Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Co-authors
Ai Honda (Second year, Master’s Program in Science of Environment and Mathematical
Modeling, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)
Kenji Kawaguchi (Assistant Professor, Organization of Research Initiatives and
Development)
Masatsugu Morimitsu (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Website of the Surface Finishing Society of Japan
Yukari Shigeta (Graduate School of Science and Engineering)
Chinami Iketani (Graduate School of Science and Engineering)
On November 16 and 17, 2017, the 19th Kansai Surface Finishing Forum (organized by the Surface Finishing Society of Japan, Kansai Branch) was held at Konan University, Kobe. At the event, Yukari Shigeta (second year, Major of Science of Environment and Mathematical Modeling) received the Research Incentive Award, and Chinami Iketani (first year, Major of Science of Environment and Mathematical Modeling) received the Outstanding Poster Award.

Shigeta clarified the superiority of the electrochemical quantitative method of phosphorus using RuO2-Ta2O5 catalyst by making comparison to the existing molybdenum blue method.
Iketani clarified the impact of the catalyst composition of Ru and Ta on the detection characteristics in the sensing of hydrogen carbonate ions using RuO2-Ta2O5 catalyst.
These research results were highly commended for the awards.

Title of Presentation
‘Comparison of the electrochemical quantitative method of phosphorus using RuO2-Ta2O5 catalyst with the molybdenum blue method’

Presenter
Yukari Shigeta
Second year, Master’s Program in Science of Environment and Mathematical Modeling, Graduate School of Science and Engineering (graduated from the Department of Environmental Systems Science, Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Co-authors
Kenji Kawaguchi (Assistant Professor, Organization of Research Initiatives and
Development)
Masatsugu Morimitsu (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Title of Presentation
‘Impact of the catalyst composition in the electrochemical sensing of hydrogen carbonate ions using RuO2-Ta2O5 catalyst’


Presenter
Chinami Iketani
First year, Master’s Program in Science of Environment and Mathematical Modelling, Graduate School of Science and Engineering (graduated from the Department of Environmental Systems Science, Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Co-authors
Ai Honda (Second year, Master’s Program in Science of Environment and Mathematical
Modeling, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)
Kenji Kawaguchi (Assistant Professor, Organization of Research Initiatives and
Development)
Masatsugu Morimitsu (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Website of the Surface Finishing Society of Japan