Development and Radiation-Beam Structural Studies of Functional Materials

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Development and Radiation-Beam Structural Studies of Functional Materials

Overview

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Kyushu University beam-line
at the synchrotron facility, SAGA-LS

Our research focuses on design of functional materials for environmental purification and recycling and securing of resources.
We explore them in the field of soft materials, such as hydrogel and surfactant, and ceramics.
Our approach to high performance materials consists of fundamental understanding of nano-structures using synchrotron X-ray, such as Small Angle X-ray Scattering and X-ray Absorption Fine Structure, and Neutron Scattering.

Staff

Assistant Professor Satoru Yoshioka

The Main Research Topics

  • Structural Studies of Functional Materials Utilizing Synchrotron X-ray
  • Neutron Scattering Studies of Aqueous Soft Materials
  • Development of Functional Soft Materials
  • Resource Recycle
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