Kiyotaka Asakura mainly focuses on Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Extended X-ray absorption fine structure, Heterogeneous catalysis and Analytical chemistry. His research brings together the fields of Chemical engineering and Catalysis. His research in Inorganic chemistry intersects with topics in Oxide, Carbon monoxide, Metal, Calcination and Reaction mechanism.
His Extended X-ray absorption fine structure study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Crystallography, Physical chemistry, Cluster, XANES and Infrared spectroscopy. His Heterogeneous catalysis study also includes
Kiyotaka Asakura mostly deals with Catalysis, Extended X-ray absorption fine structure, Inorganic chemistry, Analytical chemistry and X-ray absorption fine structure. Kiyotaka Asakura focuses mostly in the field of Catalysis, narrowing it down to topics relating to Chemical engineering and, in certain cases, Nanotechnology. His Extended X-ray absorption fine structure research includes themes of Bond length, Crystallography and Absorption, XANES, Physical chemistry.
His Inorganic chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Rhodium, Platinum, Transition metal, Adsorption and Zeolite. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Analytical chemistry, Single crystal and Anisotropy is strongly linked to Total internal reflection. His X-ray absorption fine structure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of In situ, Absorption and Crystal.
His primary scientific interests are in X-ray absorption fine structure, Catalysis, Analytical chemistry, Absorption and Chemical engineering. His work deals with themes such as In situ, K-edge, Crystallography, Crystal and Metal, which intersect with X-ray absorption fine structure. His Catalysis research incorporates themes from Inorganic chemistry, Electrocatalyst and Bond length.
His Inorganic chemistry study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Electrode. His study in Analytical chemistry focuses on Extended X-ray absorption fine structure in particular. His Chemical engineering study incorporates themes from Rhodium, Nanotechnology and Copper.
Kiyotaka Asakura mainly investigates Catalysis, X-ray absorption fine structure, Chemical engineering, Analytical chemistry and Absorption. His studies deal with areas such as Inorganic chemistry, Reactivity and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy as well as Catalysis. The study incorporates disciplines such as Dimethyl oxalate, Ethylene glycol, Platinum, Metal and Atomic ratio in addition to Inorganic chemistry.
He has researched X-ray absorption fine structure in several fields, including K-edge, Bond length, Electrode, Electron transfer and Oxygen evolution. His Chemical engineering research includes elements of Rhodium, Nanotechnology and Homogeneous catalysis. His study in Analytical chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both XANES, Undulator, Synchrotron, Nano- and Electrochemistry.
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Highly Efficient Water Splitting into H2 and O2 over Lanthanum-Doped NaTaO3 Photocatalysts with High Crystallinity and Surface Nanostructure
Hideki Kato;Kiyotaka Asakura;Akihiko Kudo.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003)
Alkali‐Metal‐Promoted Pt/TiO2 Opens a More Efficient Pathway to Formaldehyde Oxidation at Ambient Temperatures
Changbin Zhang;Fudong Liu;Yanping Zhai;Hiroko Ariga.
Angewandte Chemie (2012)
Structural analysis of polymer-protected palladium/platinum bimetallic clusters as dispersed catalysts by using extended x-ray absorption fine structure spectroscopy
Naoki Toshima;Masafumi Harada;Tetsu Yonezawa;Kakuta Kushihashi.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1991)
Active Oxygen Species and Mechanism for Low-Temperature CO Oxidation Reaction on a TiO2-Supported Au Catalyst Prepared from Au(PPh3)(NO3) and As-Precipitated Titanium Hydroxide
Haichao Liu;Alexander I. Kozlov;Anguelina P. Kozlova;Takafumi Shido.
Journal of Catalysis (1999)
Nickel-loaded K4Nb6O17 photocatalyst in the decomposition of H2O into H2 and O2: Structure and reaction mechanism
Akihiko Kudo;K. Sayama;A. Tanaka;K. Asakura.
Journal of Catalysis (1989)
Polymer-Protected Ni/Pd Bimetallic Nano-Clusters: Preparation, Characterization and Catalysis for Hydrogenation of Nitrobenzene
Ping Lu;Toshiharu Teranishi;Kiyotaka Asakura;Mikio Miyake.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (1999)
Catalytic activity and structural analysis of polymer-protected gold/palladium bimetallic clusters prepared by the successive reduction of hydrogen tetrachloroaurate(III) and palladium dichloride
Masafumi Harada;Kiyotaka Asakura;Naoki Toshima.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1992)
Supported Au catalysts prepared from Au phosphine complexes and As-precipitated metal hydroxides: Characterization and low-temperature CO oxidation
Youzhu Yuan;Youzhu Yuan;Anguelina P. Kozlova;Kiyotaka Asakura;Huilin Wan.
Journal of Catalysis (1997)
Influence of sulfation on iron titanate catalyst for the selective catalytic reduction of NOx with NH3
Fudong Liu;Kiyotaka Asakura;Hong He;Wenpo Shan.
Applied Catalysis B-environmental (2011)
Polarized Cu K-edge XANES of square planar CuCl42− ion. Experimental and theoretical evidence for shake-down phenomena
Nobuhiro Kosugi;Toshihiko Yokoyama;Kiyotaka Asakura;Haruo Kuroda.
Chemical Physics (1984)
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