This title contains proceedings from the Fourth Tokyo Conference on Advanced Catalytic Science and Technology, Tokyo, July 14-19, 2002. The conference goal was to promote closer cooperation between industry and academia, to stimulate new catalytic technologies as well as fundamental research, and to create new concepts for the development of effective catalytic systems. It contains a selection of works, which present the most up-to-date research in catalysis.
- Presents the most up-to-date research work
- Provides reports on the latest advances in new processes and methods
- Contributes to a greater understanding of catalysis and stimulates further scientific research work in this field
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Plenary Lecures: New Catalysts for Controlled/Living Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization (ATRP; Catalysis and Applications of Gold Nanoparticles
Oral Presentations: Ionic Liquids as New Solvents and Catalysis for Petrochemical and Refining Processes; High Throughput Experiment on the Investigation of Oxidation Catalysts with Gas Sensor System
Poster Presentations: Development of a Low-Temperature Dioxin Decomposition Catalyst; Studies on Unique Properties of Polyolefins Prepared with Metallocene Catalyst Systems
Dr. Masakazu Anpo is Professor Emeritus at Osaka Prefecture University. He is also a Special Honor Professor & International Advisor at Fuzhou University. He is a pioneer in the research study of photochemical reactions on solid surfaces including catalysts, having published many books including Photochemistry on Solid Surfaces (Elsevier). Dr. Anpo has received various awards and has served on editorial boards for numerous international journals. His current research interests include the design of highly efficient visible-light-responsive TiO2 thin film photocatalysts, g-C3N4 and h-BCN photocatalysts, and their applications and the design of highly active single-site transition metal oxide catalysts constructed within the framework of zeolites and meso-porous materials as photocatalysts for safer environments and clean energy.