Kohji Omata

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To study the synergistic effect on the acidity and activity of Si-Al-Zr ternary oxide system, the mixture design of experiments was applied to prepare the ternary oxides by a sol-gel method, and rapid screening on dehydration of isopropanol and Friedel-Crafts reaction was conducted to determine the activities. These activities, amount of acid site(More)
We developed a method for quantifying trace NH2OH in brackish- and sea-water samples. Previously reported methods applicable to fresh water cannot be applied to such samples. We determined that interference in seawater owing to the bromide ion can be removed by the addition of phenol. In our procedure, phenol and hypochlorite solutions were added to a(More)
Combinatorial catalysis is now commonly used as a promising tool for catalyst research and development. Various tools were demonstrated in special issues of Catalysis Today1) and Applied Catalysis A2) in 2003. Combinatorial and rapid library synthesis with highthroughput screening (HTS) is the main technology accelerating every step of the R&D of catalysts.(More)
A high-throughput screening (HTS) reactor for high-pressure oxidative reforming of methane in a direct reaction route was developed. With a combination of catalyst preparation by a split-and-pool method and HTS, Ni-K/alpha-Al(2)O(3) catalyst was found to show high activity under 1 MPa at 650 degrees C with high selectivity even when O(2) conversion is less(More)
The effect of oxide coating on the activity of a copper-zinc oxide-based catalyst for methanol synthesis via the hydrogenation of carbon dioxide was investigated. A commercial catalyst was coated with various oxides by a sol-gel method. The influence of the types of promoters used in the sol-gel reaction was investigated. Temperature-programmed(More)
Introduction Recently, computational chemistry made great impacts on the catalyst design and development. However, the computational chemistry is mainly employed to clarify the atomistic mechanism of the well-known catalytic reactions and to obtain the electronic information on the catalysts of which property and reactivity are well known experimentally. We(More)
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