Kazuyuki Nakai

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A double kicker system which extracts the ultra-low emittance multi-bunch beam stably from ATF damping ring was developed. The performance of the system was studied comparing an orbit jitter with single kicker extraction in single bunch mode. The position jitter reduction was estimated from the analysis of the extraction orbits. The reduction was confirmed(More)
Four samples of MCM-41 mesoporous silicas whose average pore diameters are 2.4, 2.8, 3.2, and 3.6 nm were prepared using sodium orthosilicate and cationic surfactants of [CH(3)(CH(2))(n)N(CH(3))(3)]X (n=11, 13, 15, 17). These four samples were calcined at 1123 K in vacuo to obtain the dehydroxylated samples, which were further rehydroxylated at 298 K to(More)
Graphene and graphitic nanoribbons possess different types of carbon hybridizations exhibiting different chemical activity. In particular, the basal plane of the honeycomb lattice of nanoribbons consisting of sp(2)-hybridized carbon atoms is chemically inert. Interestingly, their bare edges could be more reactive as a result of the presence of extra(More)
The standard α(s)-data of N(2) at 87.3 K by graphitized and nongraphitized carbon black samples (GCB-I and NGCB) (cf.Figs. 3 and 4) have been determined on the basis of the high resolution adsorption isotherms of N(2) at 87.3 K, which were repeatedly measured in the pressure range of p/p(o)=5×10(-8)-0.4. The high resolution adsorption isotherms of N(2) by(More)
A double kicker system which extracts the ultra-low emit-tance multi-bunch beam stably from ATF damping ring was developed. The performance of the system was studied comparing an orbit jitter with single kicker extraction in single bunch mode. The position jitter reduction was estimated from the analysis of the extraction orbits. The reduction was confirmed(More)
The automatic adsorption apparatus has been developed to measure the individual adsorption isotherms of constituent vapor from binary mixed vapor. The present adsorption apparatus consists of a combination of gravimetry and volumetry. The weight increase due to gas adsorption was determined by the magnetic suspension vacuum balance with a sensitivity of(More)
We present a Monte Carlo simulation and experimental study of ammonia adsorption on graphitized thermal carbon black. Our new molecular model for the adsorbent is composed of basal plane graphene surfaces with ultrafine pores grafted with hydroxyl groups at the junctions between graphene layers. The simulated adsorption isotherms and isosteric heats are in(More)
The high resolution N(2) adsorption isotherms (77.4 K) by graphitized carbon blacks (GCB-I: A(BET)=54.2 m(2) g(-1) and GCB-II: A(BET)=69.4 m(2) g(-1)) and nongraphitized carbon black (NGCB: A(BET)=18.87 m(2) g(-1)) have been measured at p/p°=5×10(-8)-0.99. α(s)-Curve of the N(2) adsorption isotherm by GCB-I is completely overlapped with that by GCB-II in(More)
The characteristics of swell are estimated by using the observed wave height data classified by wave period range in NOWPHAS (Nationwide Ocean Wave information network for Ports and HarbourS). Estimated characteristics demonstrate that the direction of swell is approximately derived by using the location of typhoon. As a result of directional spectrum(More)
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