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Associate Professor Doctor of Science
Department/Electric and Electronic Engineering  Graduate school/Electronic Engineering

The physical properties of many materials having hydrogen bonds undergo a variety of changes when conditions change. To answer the question of why such changes occur, we irradiate substances with lasers and measure the frequency of the scattered light.

Raman scattering study of the ferroelectric phase transition.

Research Area Hydrogen-Bonded Ferroelectrics, Superionic Conductors
Research Interests The Spectroscopy research of the Hydorgen bonded Ferroelectrics. The Spectroscopy research of the superionic conductores.
Selected Publications (1)Phenomenological Dynamical Theory of KH2PO4 in Paraelectirc Phase ;J.Phys.Soc.Jpn,62.10(1993) 3519.
(2)TheBehaviorsoftheSO4ν1-Internal Mode near the Superionic Transition Point in Rb3H(SO4)2 .:J.Phys.Soc.Jpn,77(2008)065001.
(3)Negative Isotope Effect on the Superionic Transition Point and the Behavior of the SO4 ν1-Internal Modes in K3H(SO4)2 and K3D(SO4)2.
(Undergraduate Course)
Kinki University

Electric Physical Properties Laboratory

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Academic Staff and Fellows