Masayoshi Sadakata

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The difference of polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDF) isomer patterns between stoker type incinerators and some fluidized bed incinerators (FBI) is a key to understand the formation mechanisms in both types of incinerators. The total yield and the isomer patterns of PCDF, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB), polychlorinated naphthalenes (PCN), and(More)
A dry-desulfurization process using Ca(OH)2/fly ash sorbent and a circulating fluidized bed (CFB) was developed. Its aim was to achieve high SO2 removal efficiency without humidification and production of CaSO4 as the main byproduct. The CaSO4 produced could be used to treat alkalized soil. An 83% SO2 removal rate was demonstrated, and a byproduct with a(More)
To control pollutant emissions from coal combustion in some developing countries, biocoalbriquette, an artificially produced solid fuel, was developed. Both the breaking strength and production costs of the biocoalbriquette have become essentially the most important factors in popularizing it in these countries. To increase the breaking strength and(More)
The hydrogen anion (H-) and other anionic species (O-, OH-, e-) in the gas phase, emitted from the synthesized crystal surface of 12 CaO x 7 Al2O3-H- (C12A7-H-), have been observed. The emission intensity of all the anionic species strongly depends on the sample surface temperature and the extraction field. H- has the highest emission branch ratio, and the(More)
The NO reduction features over a noble-metal-free NO(x) storage/reduction catalyst ([Ca24Al28O64](4+*)4O-/K, defined as C12A7-O-/K), including the NO conversion, the N2 selectivity, and sulfur tolerance, were investigated with hydrogen and C3H6 as the reducing agents in a fixed-bed continuous flow reactor. The NO conversion and the N2 selectivity on the(More)
A novel approach to the direct synthesis of phenol from benzene was obtained with high benzene conversion (30%) and phenol selectivity (approximately 90%) by using a microporous material [Ca24Al28O64]4+.4O-(C12A7-O-) as catalyst with oxygen and water; active O- and OH- anions are proposed to play important roles in the formation of phenol by hydroxylating(More)
AIMS To clarify the effects of O(-) (atomic oxygen radical anion) water on the viability and morphological alteration of Escherichia coli. METHODS AND RESULTS O(-) water (OW) was prepared by bubbling of O(-)/argon (Ar) flux into deionized water. O(-) and hydrogen peroxide (H(2)O(2)) in the resultant OW were analysed by electron paramagnetic resonance and(More)
OH(-), O(-), and H(-) emissions from the [Ca(24)Al(28)O(64)](4+).4(OH(-)) (defined as C12A7-OH(-)) surface were investigated by time-of-flight (TOF) spectrometry. The emission intensities were sensitive to surface temperature and extraction field. The apparent activation energies of anions decreased with the increase of applied extraction field. At an(More)
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