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 February 
 2022

Porous Nanographene Formation on γ-Alumina Nano-particles via Transition-Metal-Free Methane Activation
Masanori Yamamoto*, Qi Zhao, Shunsuke Goto, Yu Gu, Takaaki Toriyama, Tomokazu Yamamoto, Alex Aziz, Rachel Crespo-Otero, Devis Di Tommaso*, Masazumi Tamura, Keiichi Tomishige, Takashi Kyotani, and Kaoru Yamazaki*
Chemical Science 2022, 13, 3140‒3146 [pdf]
DOI: 10.1039/d1sc06578e

 

This work reports an early-stage reaction mechanism in activating CH4 by surface catalysis of nano-sized metal oxides for synthesizing porous nanographene.

 

 

graphical abstract of Methane Activation / Masanori Yamamoto

 

 


 

 

 August 
 2021

Recent work for electrochemistry using a nanoporous continuous graphene material is published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. This study revealed the importance of pore volumes of conductive carbon supports with solid-state sulfur for controlling nanostructured interfaces, especially with high sulfur loading at high temperatures and at high rates.

 

Nano-Confinement of Insulating Sulfur in the Cathode Composite of All-Solid-State LiS Batteries using Flexible Carbon Materials with Large Pore Volumes
Masanori Yamamoto* et al.
ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2021, 13, 38613‒38622
DOI: 10.1021/acsami.1c10275

 

 

graphical abstract of all-solid-state Li-S battery paper / Masanori Yamamoto(山本雅納)

 

 

 


 

 

 March 
 2021

We reported the preparation and full characterization of nanostructured carbon materials derived from ethynyl-substituted iron porphyrin with the N4-Fe coordination sites being confirmed by the XAFS analysis.

 

Iron Porphyrin-derived Ordered Carbonaceous Frameworks
Masanori Yamamoto* et al.
Catal. Today 2021, 364, 164‒171
DOI: j.cattod.2020.07.003

 

 

graphical abstract of molecule-based ordered carbon materials / Masanori Yamamoto(山本雅納)

 


 

 

 February 
 2020

Lecture: M.Y. had a talk regarding carbon-based chemistry at QMUL.
Title: "Chemistry of carbon materials: Fundamentals and applications"
Speaker: Masanori Yamamoto
Place: the Joseph Priestley Building, the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Queen Mary, University of London, UK
Date: 6th February 2020
(Invited Lecture)

 

 

Carbon Chemistry: Schematic of Minimum-Surface Graphene, 山本雅納

 

 

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Chemical Science, the flagship journal of the Royal Society of Chemistry

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