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Photoscience and Spectroscopy Lab
光化学・分光化学・分析化学の研究室
Department of Applied Chemistry, Chuo University

  • We are interested in building photofunctional devices or in developing a new spectroscopic and microsccopic techniques to control or organize the devices efficiently. To accomplich this goal, we have several special techniques; time-resolved techniques, microscopy and microfluidics.
  • By using the time-resolved technique, we can measure a wide temporal range of the photo-induced dynamics from femto (10^(-15)) to second order. Various microscopic techniques combined with laser made us possible directly to see the photo-induced phenomena, and to grab the particle and to make patterning. By handling a small amount of liquid, we can make a small particle, which can be assebled to form a substrate.
  • We are trying to make various particles by using the microfluidic and fabrication techniques. Based on the paritlces, we assemble or pattern them by using the self-assembly or laser patterning techniques. Finally, they are fabricated to be a real device such as solar cells or microreactors.
  • Based on our fabrication techniques, following dye-sensitized solar cells (colored ones) and photocatalytic microreactors were domonstrated. Dye-sensitized solar cells is a next-generation solar cell, which is expected to replace the conventional silicon solar cells. Photocatalytic microreactors are highly efficient reactin system using sunlight, namely environmentally friendly reaction system.


1-13-27, Kasuga, Bunkyo, Tokyo 112-8551, Japan

〒112-8551
東京都文京区春日1-13-27