Yoshihiro Sugi

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Steric interaction of reagents with nanospace of zeolites was studied in alkylation: isopropylation, sec-butylation, and tert-butylation of naphthalene (NP) over several large-pore zeolites to elucidate the mechanism of shape-selective catalysis. Selectivities for β,β- and 2,6-dialkylnaphthalene (DAN) were influenced by the type of zeolite and bulkiness of(More)
Fe(III) containing mesoporous materials (FeMMSH) with zeolite building units were first time synthesized. XRD and N2 adsorption/desorption analysis confirm the mesoporous characters similar to MCM-48. FT-IR analysis of FeMMSH showed an additional band at about 530-550 cm(-1), characteristic of double five-membered ring of zeolite (ZSM-5) secondary building(More)
CO2 adsorption measurement at 273 K was employed to see if the porous material has either micropore or mesopore dominantly. The adsorption isotherm of CO2 on microporous solid such as zeolite A and Y was the typical Langmuir type while on SBA-15, silica gel and polymer, the adsorption isotherm was proportional to the applied pressure, following the Henry's(More)
  • Y S SUGI
  • Japanese journal of medicine
  • 1948
In spite of the importance in relation to the electricity production of organisms, the effect of temperature upon the muscle potential have hardly been studied except by Hermann (1871)1) and Bernstein (1902)2). The author carried out some experiments on this problem, and examined the effects either on the injured or on the uninjured parts separately, or on(More)
The nano-sizedbeta-zeolites were synthesized first time by dry gel conversion (DGC) method without the use of sodium hydroxide. Resultant beta-zeolites had particle size of 35-80 nm with SiO2/Al2O3 ratios in the range of 25-400. They had BET surface areas in the range of 290-750 m2 x g(-1) and the external surface area of 41-283 m2 x g(-1): cumulative(More)
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