His main research concerns Inorganic chemistry, Electride, Nanoporous, Ion and Oxide. His studies deal with areas such as Radical, Molecule, Oxygen and Physical chemistry as well as Inorganic chemistry. His studies in Electride integrate themes in fields like Crystallization, Electron mobility, Single crystal, Crystallite and Field electron emission.
His Nanoporous research includes elements of Doping, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Metal, Metal–insulator transition and Diffusion. His Ion research integrates issues from Crystal and Ultraviolet. The various areas that Katsuro Hayashi examines in his Oxide study include Hydrogen, Adsorption, Photochemistry, Nanopore and Absorption.
Katsuro Hayashi mainly investigates Ion, Inorganic chemistry, Analytical chemistry, Crystal and Electride. His studies deal with areas such as Hydrogen, Hydride, Conductivity, Nanoporous and Radical as well as Ion. His Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Oxide, Raman spectroscopy, Electrolyte and Partial pressure, Oxygen.
His study in Analytical chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Spark plasma sintering and Thermal conduction. His Crystal study is concerned with Crystallography in general. Katsuro Hayashi combines subjects such as Thin film, Single crystal, Mineralogy and Field electron emission with his study of Electride.
His primary areas of investigation include Electrolyte, Electrochemistry, Condensed matter physics, Ferroelectricity and Photocatalysis. His Electrolyte research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electrical conductor, Aqueous solution and Ceramic. Katsuro Hayashi interconnects Cathode, Sodium and Conductivity in the investigation of issues within Ceramic.
His Ferroelectricity research integrates issues from Crystallography, Polarization and Atmospheric temperature range. In his works, Katsuro Hayashi undertakes multidisciplinary study on Instability and Ion. His work deals with themes such as Thin film and Oxide, which intersect with Optoelectronics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Electrolyte, Ionic conductivity, Fast ion conductor, Ceramic and Activation energy. Electrolyte is the subject of his research, which falls under Electrode. His research integrates issues of Thermogravimetric analysis, Silicon, Electrical conductor and Current in his study of Electrode.
He has researched Ionic conductivity in several fields, including Grain boundary, Cracking, Sodium, Uniaxial compression and Aqueous solution. The concepts of his Ceramic study are interwoven with issues in Cathode, Anode and Conductivity. His studies in Activation energy integrate themes in fields like Titanium oxide, Interstitial defect, Ion, Polaron and Electrochemistry.
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High-density electron anions in a nanoporous single crystal: [Ca24Al28O64]4+(4e-).
Satoru Matsuishi;Yoshitake Toda;Masashi Miyakawa;Katsuro Hayashi.
Light-induced conversion of an insulating refractory oxide into a persistent electronic conductor.
Katsuro Hayashi;Satoru Matsuishi;Toshio Kamiya;Masahiro Hirano.
Microporous Crystal 12CaO·7Al2O3 Encaging Abundant O- Radicals
Katsuro Hayashi;Masahiro Hirano;Satoru Matsuishi;Hideo Hosono.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
Electron Localization and a Confined Electron Gas in Nanoporous Inorganic Electrides
Peter V. Sushko;Alexander L. Shluger;Katsuro Hayashi;Masahiro Hirano.
Physical Review Letters (2003)
Metallic state in a lime-alumina compound with nanoporous structure.
Sung Wng Kim;Satoru Matsuishi;Takatoshi Nomura;Yoshiki Kubota.
Nano Letters (2007)
Expanding frontiers in materials chemistry and physics with multiple anions
Hiroshi Kageyama;Katsuro Hayashi;Kazuhiko Maeda;J. Paul Attfield.
Nature Communications (2018)
An oxyhydride of BaTiO3 exhibiting hydride exchange and electronic conductivity
Yoji Kobayashi;Olivier J. Hernandez;Tatsunori Sakaguchi;Takeshi Yajima.
Nature Materials (2012)
Field Emission of Electron Anions Clathrated in Subnanometer-Sized Cages in [Ca24Al28O64]4+(4e–)
Yoshitake Toda;Satoru Matsuishi;Katsuro Hayashi;Kazushige Ueda;Kazushige Ueda.
Advanced Materials (2004)
Synthesis of a room temperature stable 12CaO·7Al2O3 electride from the melt and its application as an electron field emitter
Sung Wng Kim;Yoshitake Toda;Katsuro Hayashi;Masahiro Hirano.
Chemistry of Materials (2006)
Near-UV emitting diodes based on a transparent p-n junction composed of heteroepitaxially grown p-SrCu2O2 and n-Zno
H. Hosono;H. Ohta;K. Hayashi;M. Orita.
Journal of Crystal Growth (2002)
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