Katsumi Tanigaki

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Because of the large reactivity of single layer graphene to electron-transfer chemistries, 4-nitrobenzene diazonium tetrafluoroborate is employed to modify the electrical properties of graphene field-effect transistors. After modification, the transfer characteristics of chemically modified graphene show a reduction in the minimum conductivity,(More)
A novel crystal of Ba6Ce2Au4Si42 with Ba and Ce encapsulated into silicon-polyhedral clusters is self-assembled from the state of elemental mixture. Each atom in the crystal is arranged in its well-defined position with a nanoscale period, causing unique interactions between the conduction and the magnetic electrons originating from the independent sources(More)
Research on controlled drug delivery for cancer chemotherapy has focused mainly on ways to deliver existing anti-cancer drug compounds to specified targets, e.g., by conjugating them with magnetic particles or encapsulating them in micelles. Here, we show that an iron-salen, i.e., μ-oxo N,N'- bis(salicylidene)ethylenediamine iron (Fe(Salen)), but not other(More)
We have performed high-resolution angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy on an FeSe superconductor (T_{c}∼8  K), which exhibits a tetragonal-to-orthorhombic structural transition at T_{s}∼90  K. At low temperature, we found splitting of the energy bands as large as 50 meV at the M point in the Brillouin zone, likely caused by the formation of(More)
The temperature-sensitive property of polyhydroxylated metallofullerene film of Gd@C82(OH)x with special hydroxyl number was studied using synchrotron radiation ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy (UPS) and TEM techniques. From room temperature (RT) to 4 degrees C the photoelectron onset energy of the spectra of Gd@C82(OH)12 shifted from 1.9 to 0.2 eV,(More)
We report three-dimensional (3D) nanoporous graphene with preserved 2D electronic properties, tunable pore sizes, and high electron mobility for electronic applications. The complex 3D network comprised of interconnected graphene retains a 2D coherent electron system of massless Dirac fermions. The transport properties of the nanoporous graphene show a(More)
Optoelectronic devices based on layered materials such as graphene have resulted in significant interest due to their unique properties and potential technological applications. The electric and optoelectronic properties of nano GaTe flakes as layered materials are described in this article. The transistor fabricated from multilayer GaTe shows a p-type(More)
Quantum transport of Dirac cone states in the iron pnictide Ba(FeAs)(2) with a d-multiband system is studied by using single crystal samples. Transverse magnetoresistance develops linearly against the magnetic field at low temperatures. The transport phenomena are interpreted in terms of the zeroth Landau level by applying the theory predicted by Abrikosov.(More)
A small amount of defects (less than 0.01%) were introduced into graphene by irradiating it with ultraviolet (UV) light in water. The chemisorbed oxygen species caused a limited amount of degradation in the charge carrier mobility, while the physisorbed water molecules caused both a reduction in the mobility and hole doping. The oxidation was nonuniform,(More)
Nanoporous graphene- based electric-double-layer transistors (EDLTs) are successfully fabricated. Transport measurements of the EDLTs demonstrate that the ambipolar electronic states of massless Dirac fermions with a high carrier mobility are well preserved in 3D nanoporous graphene along with anomalous nonlinear Hall resistance and exceptional transistor(More)