OPU Associate Professor’s Art Work Selected as Supplementary Cover in “ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces”
LastUpDate： November 19, 2021
Art work by Associate Professor Rie MAKIURA on a paper entitled “Uniaxially Oriented Electrically Conductive Metal-organic Framework Nanosheets Assembled at Air/Liquid Interfaces” she recently published with colleagues Takashi OHATA (doctoral student) and Associate Professor Akihiro NOMOTO of the Graduate School of Engineering, among other collaborators, was selected as a supplementary cover in the academic journal “ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces”.
The research group reported the first successful construction of uniform, electrically conductive nanosheets needed for next-generation sensors and energy production technologies, by utilizing a unique reaction with an air/water interface. The joint press release with Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute and the University of Tokyo was released on October 28, 2021.
- On-water creation of conducting MOF nanosheets
Spontaneous wide-area spreading of oil on water inspires a facile energy-saving route of crafting electrically conductive nanostructures for future sensor/energy devices
- Original research paper, “Uniaxially Oriented Electrically Conductive Metal-organic Framework Nanosheets Assembled at Air/Liquid Interfaces” (ACS Publications Webpage)
More information below
- Hybrid Nanomaterials Laboratory, Department of Materials Science, Graduate School of Engineering Website
- Rie Makiura Group Twitter
- Aquatic Functional Materials Website
Department of Materials Science, Graduate School of EngineeringDr. Rie MAKIURA
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