OYO BUTURI
Vol.86
No.1
2017
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OYO BUTURI Vol.86 No.1 (2017)

Spintronics application (frustrated magnetism device, hydrodynamic spin-current), optical application (molecular-modulated mode-locked laser, plasmon optical tweezers), organic electronics, advanced measurement, and analysis method

Cover of OYO BUTURI Vol.86 No.1 (2017)
Cover photo of OYO BUTURI Vol.86 No.1 (2017)

(Top photo) An external view of a reaction science high-voltage scanning transmission electron microscope (Allows the introduction of a variety of gases up to 0.1 atm to the specimen.) (Bottom photo) An image of a catalytic reaction at the atomic level, where a nanoporous gold catalyst oxidizes CO gas into CO2 gas. Approximately 20Pa of gas, where O2 (20%) and N2 (79%) are mixed with CO (1 %) is introduced, and observed at room temperature. When CO gas co-exists in the air, the facet structure of the gold atom (111) emerges on the surface of the NPG. (Photo by: Takeshi Fujita. Assistant Professor, Tohoku University) (p.25)

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  • Spintronics application (frustrated magnetism device, hydrodynamic spin-current), optical application (molecular-modulated mode-locked laser, plasmon optical tweezers), organic electronics, advanced measurement, and analysis method
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