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Tomonari WAKABAYASHI
Professor Dr. Sc.
Department/Science  Graduate school/Science

Laser ablated polyenes and fullerenes are studied by molecular spectroscopy and quantum chemistry. With experimental and theoretical knowledges on stability and structures of carbon molecules, microscopic views of high-temperature molecular processes are discussed.

Molecular Structures of Clusters with Atoms of Metals and Semiconductors

Research Area Physical Chemistry and Chemistry of Nanostructures
Research Interests Spectroscopy of Linear Carbon Molecules,
Matrix Isolation Spectroscopy of Metal/Semiconductor Clusters,
Production and Isolation of Endohedralfullerenes
Selected Publications (1) Bi2Ne: Weakly Bound Cluster of Diatomic Bismuth with Neon, Low Temp. Phys./ Fiz. Nizk. Temp. 45, 807-815 (2019).
(2) UV-Polarizing Linear Polyyne Molecules Aligned in PVA, Chin. J. Chem. Phys. 32, 175-181 (2019).
(3) Low-Lying Electronic States in Bismuth Trimer Bi3 As Revealed by Laser-Induced NIR Emission Spectroscopy in Solid Ne, J. Phys. Chem. A 119, 2644-2650 (2014).
Research and Achievements
Education
(Undergraduate Course)
Department of Chemistry,
Faculty of Science,
Tokyo Metropolitan University
Education
(Master's/Doctral Course)
Department of Chemistry,
Graduate School of Science,
Tokyo Metropolitan University
Title of Thesis, Institute, Date Dynamics and Growth Mechanism of Carbon Network Systems, 
Tokyo Metropolitan University, March 1995
Biography JSPS Young Researcher, DC1 (1993-1995)
Assistant Professor, Kyoto University (1995-2004)
Guest Researcher, Max-Planck-Instiut für Kernphysik, Heidelberg (2000-2001)
Lecturer, Kindai University (2004-2007)
Associate Professor, Kindai University (2007-20013)
Professor, Kindai University (2013-present)

Books Recommended to Students Freeman J. Dyson, Infinity in All Directions, Harper & Raw, New York (1988).

Molecular Physics and Quantum Chemistry

Office Location Bad. 22C, 6F
E-mail wakaba(at)chem.kindai.ac.jp
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Laboratory URL http://www.chem.kindai.ac.jp/stphys/kouzou/img/CVtomonariwakabayashi.pdf

Academic Staff and Fellows