次世代環境・エネルギー材料のための機能性無機結晶および薄膜の ネイチャーミメティックフラックス創成  [in Japanese] Nature-Mimetic Flux Innovation of Functional Inorganic Crystals and Layers for Green Energy & Environmental Materials  [in Japanese]

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Author(s)

    • 手嶋 勝弥 TESHIMA Katsuya
    • 信州大学環境・エネルギー材料科学研究所,|信州大学工学部環境機能工学科,|JST-CREST Center for Energy and Environmental Science, Shinshu University,|Dept. of Environmental Science and Technology, Shinshu University,|JST-CREST
    • 是津 信行 ZETTSU Nobuyuki
    • 信州大学環境・エネルギー材料科学研究所,|信州大学工学部環境機能工学科,|JST-CREST Center for Energy and Environmental Science, Shinshu University,|Dept. of Environmental Science and Technology, Shinshu University,|JST-CREST
    • 我田 元 [他] WAGATA Hajime
    • 信州大学環境・エネルギー材料科学研究所,|JST-CREST Center for Energy and Environmental Science, Shinshu University,|JST-CREST
    • 大石 修治 OISHI Shuji
    • 信州大学工学部環境機能工学科, Dept. of Environmental Science and Technology, Shinshu University,

Abstract

ABSTRACT<br><br>Functional devices for energy and environmental applications have been attracted increasing attention in recent decades. Those devices are usually composed of a bunch of sophisticated materials which are often prepared by complex fabrication processes. It is important to prepare high-quality materials and connect them with good interfaces which don't interrupt the diffusion of atoms and energy carriers by simple procedures. In this regards,our group has focused on growing high quality inorganic crystals by flux method. The advantages of flux method are growth of high-quality crystals without thermal strain, relatively low-temperature process, and simple experimental equipment. These advantages match with crystal growth not only in lab scale but also to industrial scale. In fact, we have grown many inorganic crystals for energy and environmental applications, and some of them are being tried to scaling up for industrial production. Our group has recently developed the flux method to thin film fabrication process which is named "flux coating method", and fabricated many crystal layers with good interfaces between crystals and substrates. In this report, we introduce the series of grown crystals and fabricated crystal layers in addition to their future applications.

Journal

  • Journal of the Japan Society of Powder and Powder Metallurgy

    Journal of the Japan Society of Powder and Powder Metallurgy 61(9), 454-459, 2014

    Japan Society of Powder and Powder Metallurgy

Codes

  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130004713480
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN00222724
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    0532-8799
  • NDL Article ID
    025825308
  • NDL Call No.
    Z17-274
  • Data Source
    NDL  J-STAGE 
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