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錯体化学討論会@名大 若手の会シンポジウムにおけるセッション開催のご案内


主題:Coordination Chemistry Unveiled in Homogeneous Solutions(英語セッション)(均一系溶液で解き明かす金属錯体の化学)

15:15–15:25 Opening Remarks
S4-1 (15:25–16:05) Chair: Kosei Yamauchi (Kyushu Univ.)
正岡重行(大阪大) Shigeyuki Masaoka (Osaka Univ.)
“Development of Molecular Modules for Artificial Photosynthesis”
S4-2 (16:05–16:40) Chair: Yuma Morimoto (Osaka Univ.)
野澤俊介(高エネ機構) Shunsuke Nozawa (KEK)
“Visualizing Ultrafast Photochemical Reactions by Time-Resolved X-ray Studies”
S4-3 (16:40–17:15) Chair: Takashi Nakazono (Rikkyo Univ.)
竹田浩之(大阪市立大) Hiroyuki Takeda (Osaka City Univ.)
“Assessment of Photocatalytic CO2 Reduction Using Metal Complexes”
S4-4 (17:15–17:50) Chair: Yoko Sakata (Kanazawa Univ.)
吉沢道人(東工大) Michito Yoshizawa (Tokyo Tech)
“Water-Soluble Polyaromatic Nanocapsules as Emergent Molecular Receptors”
S4-5 (17:50–18:25) Chair: Mihoko Yamada (NAIST)
湯浅順平(東京理科大) Junpei Yuasa (Tokyo Univ. Sci.)
“Photochemistry of Chiral Lanthanide Assemblies”
18:25–18:30 Closing Remarks


 Cyclic voltammetry (CV) is a useful technique to understand redox properties of coordination compounds, most of which are capable of metal-based reduction and/or oxidation. Although CV is widely utilized, considerable development in electrochemical theory has been still made, now allowing us to analyze CV curves of electrocatalysts in an advanced way. As also in the other fields, there has been significant progress in probing the behavior of functional molecules under the homogeneous conditions.
 This symposium thus focuses on the new aspects of coordination chemistry unveiled in the homogeneous solution, and covers wide range of chemistry fields, including electochemistry, electrocatalysis, photocatalysis, supramolecular chemistry, photochemistry, organometallic chemistry, bioinorganic chemistry, artificial photosynthesis, etc. In addition, the lecture by an expert on the advanced X-ray measurement will afford the opportunity to gain and share the knowledge on the new technology for examining chemical processes in solution. I hope this symposium provides new insights, especially for the students and young academics who are working in the field of coordination chemistry.