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Masaki OKAMOTO

Ph. D.
  • Research Field :
    Chemistry
  • Specific Research Topic :
    Porous Materials, Heterogeneous Catalysis

Research Description

・Controlling the shapes and structures of porous materials to form new functions ・Development of new type of heterogeneous catalyst

Selected Journal Publications

  1. Segawa A., Ichijo T., Kimura N., Tsuruta K., Yoshida N., Okamoto M.(2020) 1,3-Butadiene Production by Crotyl Alcohol Dehydration over Solid Acids and Catalyst Deactivation by Water Adsorption. J Jpn Petrol Inst63:70-78 doi

  2. Okamoto M., Nishimura Y., Takahashi M., Chen W.-H. (2018) Synthesis of Short, Needle-Shaped Crystals of TON-Type Zeolite by Addition of Inhibitors of Crystal Growth along the [001] Direction. Cryst Growth Des18:6573-6580 doi

  3. Segawa A., Nakashima A., Nojima R., Yoshida N., M.Okamoto(2018) Acetaldehyde Production from Ethanol by Eco-Friendly Non-Chromium Catalysts Consisting of Copper and Calcium Silicate. Ind Eng Chem Res57:111852-11857 doi

  4. Segawa A., Taniya K., Ichihashi Y., Nishiyama S., Yoshida N., Okamoto M.(2018) Meerwein-Ponddorf-Verley Reduction of Crotonaldehyde over Supported Zirconium Oxide Catalysts Using Batch and Tubular Flow Reactors. Ind Eng Chem Res57:70-78 doi

  5. Okamoto M., Satakea H., Seki H. (2017) Base-Resistant Absorbents Prepared Using Diamino Group-Grafted Mesoporous Silica Uniformly Coated with Zirconia. J Mater Chem A5:24425-24432 doi

  6. Satake H., Okamoto M., Sakayori Y., Furudera S., Kubota T., Seki H. (2017) Preparation of Mesoporous Silica Uniformly Coated with Titania and Its Application to Hydrodesulfurization Catalyst. J Jpn Inst Energy96:144-152 doi

  7. Mochizuki D., Sasaki R., Maitani M. M. , Okamoto M., Suzuki E., Wada Y. (2015) Catalytic Reactions Enhanced under Microwave-Induced Local Thermal Non-Equilibrium in a Core–Shell, Carbon-Filled zeolite@zeolite. J Catal323:1-9 doi

  8. Okamoto M., Tsukada H., Fukasawa S., Sakajiria A. (2015) Synthesis of Hollow and Rattle-Type Mesoporous Silica Spheres by Treating Layered Mesoporous Silica with a Basic Solution, and Using the Spheres as Microreactors for Two-Phase Reactions. J Mater Chem A3: 11880-11890 doi

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