Yoshitsugu Kojima

Last Updated :2020/10/08

Affiliations, Positions
Natural Science Center for Basic Research and Development, Professor
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E-mail
kojimayhiroshima-u.ac.jp
Other Contact Details
1-3-1, Kagamiyama, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan
TEL : (+81)82-424-3904 FAX : (+81)82-424-5744
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Basic Information

Educational Backgrounds

  • Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 1980/04, 1984/03

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • Master of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Educational Activity

  • 【Master's Program】Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Quantum Matter Program
  • 【Doctoral Program】Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Quantum Matter Program

Research Fields

  • Engineering;Material engineering;Structural / Functional materials

Research Keywords

  • Mechanochemical reaction
  • Nano-composite materials
  • Hydrogen storage

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Sustainability Materials Science
  2. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Seminar on Sciences of Matter
  3. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Seminar on Sciences of Matter

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Ammonia, a Switch for Controlling High Ionic Conductivity in Lithium Borohydride Ammoniates, JOULE, 2(8), 1522-1533, 20180815
  2. Highly purified hydrogen production from ammonia for PEM fuel cell, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 43(31), 14486-14492, 20180802
  3. Synergic effect of vanadium trichloride on the reversible hydrogen storage performance of the Mg-MgH2 system, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 43(32), 15330-15337, 20180809
  4. Cyclic hydrogen storage properties of V-Ti-Cr-Al alloy, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 43(14), 7096-7101, 20180405
  5. Review on Ammonia Absorption Materials: Metal Hydrides, Halides, and Borohydrides, ACS Applied Energy Materials, 1, 232-242, 20180119
  6. Doping effect of Nb species on hydrogen desorption properties of AlH3, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 734, 55-59, 20180215
  7. Study of cyclic performance of V-Ti-Cr alloys employed for hydrogen compressor, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 43(5), 2881-2889, 20180201
  8. Morphological effects of Nb2O5 on Mg-MgH2 system for thermal energy storage application, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 43(2), 809-816, 20180111
  9. Assessment of hydrogen storage property of CaMgBH system using NMR and thermal analysis techniques, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 42(41), 26007-26012, 20171012
  10. Thermal decomposition of sodium amide, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 42(8), 5213-5219, 20170223
  11. Bulk-Type All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries: Remarkable Performances of a Carbon Nanofiber-Supported MgH2 Composite Electrode, ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES, 9(3), 2261-2266, 20161229
  12. Nitrogen Dissociation via Reaction with Lithium Alloys, ACS OMEGA, 2(3), 1081-1088, 20170322
  13. Enhancement of hydrogen desorption kinetics in magnesium hydride by doping with lithium metatitanate, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 711, 400-405, 20170715
  14. Synergic effect of ZrCl4 on thermal dehydrogenation kinetics of KBH4, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 718, 134-138, 20170925
  15. Thermodynamics and kinetics of nano-engineered Mg-MgH2 system for reversible hydrogen storage application, THERMOCHIMICA ACTA, 652, 103-108, 20170610
  16. Nano-engineered Mg-MgH2 system for solar thermal energy storage, SOLAR ENERGY, 150, 532-537, 20170701
  17. Isotopic effect on the non-isothermal dehydrogenation kinetics of lithium alanates, JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS, 492, 183-188, 2017
  18. Remarkably improved dehydrogenation of ZrCl4 doped NaAlH4 for hydrogen storage application, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 42(22), 15299-15307, 2017
  19. Catalytic effect of bis (cyclopentadienyl) nickel II on the improvement of the hydrogenation dehydrogenation of Mg-MgH2 system, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 42(27), 17178-17183, 2017
  20. How does TiF4 affect the decomposition of MgH2 and its complex variants? - An XPS investigation, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A, 5(30), 15543-15551, 2017
  21. Tailoring the Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Mg-Li Alloy for a MgH2-Based Anode for Lithium-Ion Batteries, ENERGY TECHNOLOGY, 5(9), 1546-1551, 2017
  22. Ammonia suppression during decomposition of sodium amide by the addition of metal hydride, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 42(35), 22388-22394, 20170831
  23. Study on the thermal decomposition of NaBH4 catalyzed by ZrCl4, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 42(35), 22432-22437, 2017
  24. Tailoring the hydrogen absorption desorption's dynamics of Mg-MgH2 system by titanium suboxide doping, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 42(34), 21841-21848, 2017
  25. High purity hydrogen generation from ammonia, ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 254, 2017
  26. Surface modification of MgH2 by ZrCl4 to tailor the reversible hydrogen storage performance, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 42(9), 6152-6159, 20170302
  27. A new synthesis route of ammonia production through hydrolysis of metal – Nitrides, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 42, 26007-26012, 20170928
  28. Improved hydrogen release from magnesium borohydride by ZrCl4 additive, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 20170831
  29. Study on the thermal decomposition of NaBH4 catalyzed by ZrCl4, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 42(35), 22432-22437, 20170831
  30. Ammonia suppression during decomposition of sodium amide by the addition of metal hydride, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 42(35), 22388-22394, 20170831
  31. Improved hydrogen release from magnesium borohydride by ZrCl4 additive, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 42(35), 22342-22347, 20170831
  32. Development of Mg-Li-B based advanced material for onboard hydrogen storage solution, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 42(7), 3963-3970, 20170216
  33. Micro-alloyed Mg2Ni for better performance as negative electrode of Ni-MIS battery and hydrogen storage, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 42(8), 5220-5226, 20170223
  34. Development of vanadium based hydrogen storage material: A review, RENEWABLE & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REVIEWS, 72, 791-800, 201705
  35. Thermodynamics and kinetics of hydrogen absorption-desorption of vanadium synthesized by aluminothermy, JOURNAL OF THERMAL ANALYSIS AND CALORIMETRY, 130(2), 721-726, 201711
  36. Assessment of hydrogen storage property of Ca-Mg-B-H system using NMR and thermal analysis techniques, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 42(41), 26007-26012, 20171012
  37. Tailoring the hydrogen absorption desorption's dynamics of Mg-MgH2 system by titanium suboxide doping, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 42(34), 21841-21848, 20170824
  38. Isotopic effect on the non-isothermal dehydrogenation kinetics of lithium alanates, Journal of Nuclear Materials, 492, 20170815
  39. A new complex alkali metal aluminium amide borohydride, Li2Al(ND2)(4)BH4: synthesis, thermal analysis and crystal structure, RSC ADVANCES, 6(34), 28761-28766, 2016
  40. High compressed hydrogen production via direct electrolysis of liquid ammonia, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 41(33), 14529-14534, 2016
  41. Hydrogen Ab/Desorption of LiH-KH Composite and Ammonia System, MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS, 57(7), 1215-1219, 2016
  42. Catalytic hydrolysis of sodium borohydride on Co catalysts, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENERGY RESEARCH, 40(15), 2078-2090, 2016
  43. High Compressed Hydrogen Production via Direct Electrolysis of Liquid Ammonia,, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 41(33), 14529-14534, 20160907
  44. Electrochemical Performance of Titanium Hydride for Bulk-Type All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries, MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS, 57(5), 755-757, 201605
  45. Ammonia Synthesis via Non-Equilibrium Reaction of Lithium Nitride in Hydrogen Flow Condition, MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS, 56(3), 410-414, 2015
  46. Kinetic Modification on Hydrogen Desorption of Lithium Hydride and Magnesium Amide System, MATERIALS, 8(7), 3896-3909, 2015
  47. Tailoring the absorption-desorption properties of KSiH3 compound using nano-metals (Ni, Co, Nb) as catalyst, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 645, S144-S147, 2015
  48. Catalysis of Lithium Chloride and Alkali Metal Borohydrides on Hydrogen Generation of Ammonia and Lithium Hydride System, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 119(34), 19922-19927, 2015
  49. Correlation between particle size and hydrogen generation properties on ammonia and lithium hydride system, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 40(43), 14911-14915, 2015
  50. Anode properties of Al2O3-added MgH2 for all-solid-state lithium-ion batteries, JOURNAL OF SOLID STATE ELECTROCHEMISTRY, 19(12), 3639-3644, 2015
  51. Activation on Ammonia Absorbing Reaction for Magnesium Chloride, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 119(47), 26296-26302, 2015
  52. Metal aluminum amides for hydrogen storage - Crystal structure studies, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 40(47), 16938-16947, 2015
  53. Metal hydride-based materials towards high performance negative electrodes for all-solid-state lithium-ion batteries, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 51(48), 9773-9776, 2015
  54. Structure and catalytic properties of Ni/MWCNTs and Ni/AC catalysts for hydrogen production via ammonia decomposition, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 39(1), 277-287, 2014
  55. EFFECT OF SURFACE FUNCTIONAL GROUPS ATTACHED TO CARBON NANOTUBES USED AS SUPPORT OF NICKEL CATALYSTS ON THEIR STRUCTURE AND CATALYTIC PERFORMANCE FOR AMMONIA DECOMPOSITION, COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE BULGARE DES SCIENCES, 67(4), 519-526, 2014
  56. Thermodynamics on Ammonia Absorption of Metal Halides and Borohydrides, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 118(32), 18412-18416, 2014
  57. Cation/anion dependence of metal ammine borohydrides/chlorides studied by ab initio calculations, COMPUTATIONAL AND THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY, 1039, 71-74, 2014
  58. Local Structural Analysis on Decomposition Process of LiAl(ND2)(4), MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS, 55(8), 1129-1133, 2014
  59. Tuning catalytic performances of cobalt catalysts for clean hydrogen generation via variation of the type of carbon support and catalyst post-treatment temperature, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 39(31), 17573-17582, 2014
  60. Catalytic modification in dehydrogenation properties of KSiH3, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 16(47), 26163-26167, 2014
  61. Cation/anion dependence of metal ammine borohydrides/chlorides studied by ab initio calculations, COMPUTATIONAL AND THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY, 1039, 71-74, 20140701
  62. Destabilization of LiH by Li Insertion into Ge, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 117(11), 5650-5657, 2013
  63. Synthesis and characterization of magnesium-carbon compounds for hydrogen storage, CARBON, 56, 50-55, 2013
  64. Microstructure and hydrogen desorption characteristics of hydrogenated ScH2-MBn (M = Mg and Ca) systems synthesized by mechanical milling, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 38(16), 6744-6749, 2013
  65. Phase and morphology evolution study of ball milled Mg-Co hydrogen storage alloys, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 38(17), 7070-7076, 2013
  66. Investigation of Reaction Mechanism in Li2NH Hydrogen Storage System by TEM, JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN INSTITUTE OF METALS, 77(12), 571-574, 2013
  67. Ammonia Synthesis via Non-Equilibrium Reaction of Lithium Nitride in Hydrogen Flow Condition, JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN INSTITUTE OF METALS, 77(12), 580-584, 2013
  68. Synthesis of Calcium Borohydride by Milling Hydrogenation of Hydride and Boride, JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN INSTITUTE OF METALS, 77(12), 609-614, 2013
  69. Anode properties of magnesium hydride catalyzed with niobium oxide for an all solid-state lithium-ion battery, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 49(64), 7174-7176, 2013
  70. Microscopic characterization of metal-carbon-hydrogen composites (metal = Li, Mg), JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, 114(9), 2013
  71. Synthesis of nickel nanoparticles with excellent thermal stability in micropores of zeolite, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 38(31), 13579-13586, 2013
  72. Hydrogen absorption of catalyzed magnesium below room temperature, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 38(31), 13728-13733, 2013
  73. Dehydrogenation process of AlH3 observed by TEM, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 580, S163-S166, 2013
  74. Correlation between electrochemical behavior and hydrogen storage properties of Li-Sn system, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 580, S211-S215, 2013
  75. Improved hydrogen desorption from lithium hydrazide by alkali metal hydride, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 580, S320-S323, 2013
  76. Hydrogen production via thermochemical water-splitting by lithium redox reaction, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 580, S410-S413, 2013
  77. Chemical Hydrogen Storage of Carbon Material, JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN INSTITUTE OF METALS, 77(12), 552-558, 2013
  78. Catalytic Effect of Niobium Oxide on Hydrogen Absorption and Desorption Process for Magnesium, JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN INSTITUTE OF METALS, 77(12), 636-640, 2013
  79. COBALT SUPPORTED ON CARBON NANOTUBES. AN EFFICIENT CATALYST FOR AMMONIA DECOMPOSITION, COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE BULGARE DES SCIENCES, 66(4), 519-524, 2013
  80. An Interdisciplinary Journal of Materials Science and Solid-State Chemistry and Physics Preface, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 580, S1-S2, 2013
  81. Sodium Hydrazinidoborane: A Chemical Hydrogen-Storage Material, CHEMSUSCHEM, 6(4), 667-673, 20130401
  82. Lithium hydrazide as a potential compound for hydrogen storage, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 37(7), 5750-5753, 2012
  83. Comparative Study of Structural Changes in NH3BH3, LiNH2BH3, and KNH2BH3 During Dehydrogenation Process, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 116(9), 5957-5964, 2012
  84. Raman Scattering Study of Hydrogen Storage Material LiNH2, JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN, 81(9), 2012
  85. First-Principles Calculations of Potassium Amidoborane KNH2BH3: Structure and K-39 NMR Spectroscopy, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 116(39), 20666-20672, 2012
  86. Improvement of reaction kinetics by metal chloride on ammonia and lithium hydride system, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 37(21), 16025-16030, 2012
  87. Low-temperature water-splitting by sodium redox reaction, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 37(23), 17709-17714, 2012
  88. The anharmonic vibration of Li in lithium amide, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 100(15), 20120409
  89. Formation of NaCl-Type Monodeuteride LaD by the Disproportionation Reaction of LaD2, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 108(20), 20120514
  90. Hydrogen storage properties of lithium silicon alloy synthesized by mechanical alloying, JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES, 196(1), 504-507, 2011
  91. Synthesis and characterization of lithium-carbon compounds for hydrogen storage, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 509(3), 719-723, 2011
  92. Catalytic Effect of Ti-Li-N Compounds in the Li-N-H System on Hydrogen Desorption Properties, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 115(2), 589-593, 2011
  93. Solid state NMR study on the thermal decomposition pathway of sodium amidoborane NaNH2BH3, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY, 21(8), 2609-2615, 2011
  94. Crystal structure and dynamics of Mg(ND3)(6)Cl-2, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 13(17), 7644-7648, 2011
  95. Ammonia Desorption Property and Structural Changes of LiAl(NH2)(4) on Thermal Decomposition, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 115(20), 10284-10291, 2011
  96. Variable temperature neutron diffraction studies of single crystals of LiND2, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 36(13), 7909-7913, 2011
  97. Compressed hydrogen production via reaction between liquid ammonia and alkali metal hydride, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 36(14), 8217-8220, 2011
  98. Identifying catalyst in Li-N-H system by x-ray absorption spectroscopy, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 99(1), 2011
  99. Correlation between kinetics and chemical bonding state of catalyst surface in catalyzed magnesium hydride, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 36(19), 12319-12323, 2011
  100. Electrochemical charge and discharge properties for the formation of magnesium and aluminum hydrides, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 509, S584-S587, 2011
  101. X-Ray crystal structure of [HSm{(VO)-O-IV(TPPS)}](n) and encapsulation of nitrogen molecules in 1-D channels, DALTON TRANSACTIONS, 40(48), 12826-12831, 2011
  102. Hydrogen storage properties of lithium silicon alloy synthesized by mechanical alloying, Journal of Power Sources, 196(1), 504-507, 20110101
  103. Synthesis and characterization of lithium-carbon compounds for hydrogen storage, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 509(3), 719-723, 20110101
  104. Catalytic Effect of Ti-Li-N Compounds in the Li-N-H System on Hydrogen Desorption Properties, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 115(2), 589-593, 20110101
  105. Electronic structure of lithium amide, PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 83(3), 033103, 20110101
  106. Raman scattering of hydrogen storage material LiNH2, CHINESE JOURNAL OF PHYSICS, 49(1 Sp. Iss. SI), 294-300, 20110201
  107. Raman scattering of hydrogen storage material LiNH2, Chinese Journal of Physics, 49(1), 294-300, 20110201
  108. Ab initio study on the hydrogen desorption from MH-NH3 (M = Li, Na, K) hydrogen storage systems, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 134(12), 124515, 20110301
  109. Crystal structure and dynamics of Mg(ND3)(6)Cl-2, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 13(7), 7644-7648, 20110301
  110. Improvement of Hydrogenation and Dehydrogenation Kinetics on MgH2 by the Catalytic Effect of ZrO2, Applied Mechanics and Materials, 117-119, 1195-1198, 20110301
  111. Solid state NMR study on the thermal decomposition pathway of sodium amidoborane NaNH2BH3, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY, 21(8), 2609-2615, 20110401
  112. Ammonia Desorption Property and Structural Changes of LiAl(NH(2))(4) on Thermal Decomposition, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 115(20), 10284-10291, 20110501
  113. Compressed hydrogen production via reaction between liquid ammonia and alkali metal hydride, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 36(14), 8217-8220, 20110701
  114. Identifying catalyst in Li-N-H system by x-ray absorption spectroscopy, Applied Physics Letters, 013101, 20110701
  115. Variable Temperature Neutron Diffraction Strudies of Single Crystals of LiND2, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 7909-7913, 20110701
  116. Cluster size effect on hydrogen desorption process from LinHn-NH3 hydrogen storage system, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 509(Supplement 2), S728, 20110901
  117. Liquid ammonia electrolysis by platinum electrodes, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 509S, S891-S894, 20110901
  118. Correlation between kinetics and chemical bonding state of catalyst surface in catalyzed magnesium hydride, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 36(19), 12319-12323, 20110901
  119. Electrochemical charge and discharge properties for the formation of magnesium and aluminum hydrides, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 509S, S584-S587, 20110901
  120. Improvement of hydrogen desorption kinetics in the LiH-NH3 system by addition of KH, Chemical Communications, 47, 12227-12229, 20111001
  121. A spectrometer for lifetime determination by beta-gamma-gamma delayed coincidence technique at KUR-ISOL, NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT, 659(1), 193-197, 20111211
  122. Raman scattering of hydrogen storage material LiNH2, CHINESE JOURNAL OF PHYSICS, 49(1), 294-300, 201102
  123. Electronic structure of lithium amide, PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 83(3), 20110110
  124. Ab initio study on the hydrogen desorption from MH-NH3 (M = Li, Na, K) hydrogen storage systems, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 134(12), 20110328
  125. Cluster size effect on hydrogen desorption process from LinHn-NH3 hydrogen storage system, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 509, S728-S731, 201109
  126. Liquid ammonia electrolysis by platinum electrodes, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 509, S891-S894, 201109
  127. Catalytic effect of ATiO(3) (A = Sr, Ba) on ammonia decomposition during mechanical milling, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 46(22), 3982-3984, 2010
  128. Thermodynamic properties of metal amides determined by ammonia pressure-composition isotherms, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS, 42(1), 140-143, 2010
  129. Superior Hydrogen Exchange Effect in the MgH2-LiBH4 System, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 114(30), 13132-13135, 2010
  130. Reaction between magnesium ammine complex compound and lithium hydride, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 35(5), 2058-2062, 2010
  131. H-2 desorption from LiH cluster and NH3 molecule studied by ab initio molecular dynamics simulation, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR STRUCTURE-THEOCHEM, 944(1-3), 137-145, 2010
  132. Hydrogen Desorption Reaction between Hydrogen-Containing Functional Groups and Lithium Hydride, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 114(18), 8668-8674, 2010
  133. Activation of Ammonia Borane Hybridized with Alkaline-Metal Hydrides: A Low-Temperature and High-Purity Hydrogen Generation Material, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 114(34), 14662-14664, 2010
  134. Structural and thermal gas desorption properties of metal aluminum amides, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 506(1), 297-301, 2010
  135. Hydrogen generation by electrolysis of liquid ammonia, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 46(41), 7775-7777, 2010
  136. Anomalous hydrogen absorption on non-stoichiometric iron-carbon compound, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 507(2), 547-550, 2010
  137. Thermal decomposition of alkaline-earth metal hydride and ammonia borane composites, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 35(22), 12405-12409, 2010
  138. Thermodynamic Properties of Metal Amides Determined by Ammonia Pressure-Composition Isotherms, Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 42(1), 140-143, 20100101
  139. H2 desorption from LiH cluster and NH3 molecule studied by ab initio molecular dynamics simulation, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR STRUCTURE-THEOCHEM, 944(1-3), 137-145, 20100301
  140. Reaction between Magnesium Ammine Complex Compound and Lithium Hydride, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 35(5), 2058-2062, 20100301
  141. Hydrogen Desorption Reaction between Hydrogen-Containing Functional Groups and Lithium Hydride, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 114(18), 8668-8674, 20100501
  142. In-situ High-resolution Observation for Decomposition of NaAlH4, Materials Science Forum, 2935, 20100701
  143. Hydrogen Exchange Effect in MgH2-LiBH4 System, Materials Science Forum, 2855, 20100701
  144. Thermodynamic Characterization on Hydrogen Absorption and Desorption Reactions of Lithium-Silicon Alloy, Materials Science Forum, 2815, 20100801
  145. Research and Development of Nano-Composite Materials for Hydrogen Storage, Materials Science Forum, 2935, 20100801
  146. Catalytic effect of ATiO3 (A=Sr, Ba) on ammonia decomposition during mechanical milling, Chemical Communications, 46(22), 3982-3984, 20100801
  147. Superior Hydrogen Exchange Effect in MgH2-LiBH4 System, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 114(30), 13132-13135, 20100801
  148. Structural and thermal gas desorption properties of metal aluminum amides, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 297-301, 20100801
  149. Activation of Ammonia Borane Hybridized with Alkaline-Metal Hydrides: A Low-Temperature and High-Purity Hydrogen Generation Material, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 114(34), 14662-14664, 20100901
  150. Anomalous hydrogen absorption on non-stoichiometric iron-carbon compound, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 507(2), 547-550, 20101001
  151. Hydrogen generation by electrolysis of liquid ammonia, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 46(41), 7775-7777, 20101001
  152. Thermal decomposition of alkaline-earth metal hydride and ammonia borane composites, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 35(22(特別号 Sp. Iss. SI)), 12405-12409, 20101101
  153. Molecular hydrogen carrier with activated nanohydride and ammonia, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS RESEARCH, 24(7), 2185-2190, 2009
  154. Thermodynamic properties of lithium amide under hydrogen pressure determined by Raman spectroscopy, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, 105(2), 2009
  155. Electron Spin Resonance Investigation of Hydrogen Absorption in Ball-Milled Graphite, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 113(14), 5409-5416, 2009
  156. The reaction process of hydrogen absorption and desorption on the nanocomposite of hydrogenated graphite and lithium hydride, NANOTECHNOLOGY, 20(20), 2009
  157. Recyclable hydrogen storage system composed of ammonia and alkali metal hydride, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 34(24), 9760-9764, 2009
  158. Thermodynamic properties of lithium amide under hydrogen pressure determined by Raman spectroscopy, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, 105(2), 023527, 20090101
  159. Electron Spin Resonance Investigation of Hydrogen Absorption in Ball-Milled Graphite, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 113(14), 5409-5416, 20090401
  160. The reaction process of hydrogen absorption and desorption on the nanocomposite of hydrogenated graphite and lithium hydride, Nanotechnology, 20(20), 204021, 20090501
  161. X-ray Absorption Spectroscopic Study on Valence State and Local Atomic Structure of Transition Metal Oxides Doped in MgH2, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 113(30), 13450-13455, 20090701
  162. Effect of hydrogenation on the electronic state ofmetallic La hydrides probed by X-ray absorption spectroscopy at the La L-edges, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 012070, 20091101
  163. Recyclable Hydrogen Storage System Composed of Ammonia and Alkali Metal Hydride, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 34(24), 9760-9764, 20091201
  164. X-ray Absorption Spectroscopic Study on Valence State and Local Atomic Structure of Transition Metal Oxides Doped in MgH2, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 113(30), 13450-13455, 20090730
  165. Hydrogen desorption properties of Li-BN-H system synthesized by mechanical milling, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 33(12), 3128-3131, 2008
  166. Hydrogen release of catalyzed lithium aluminum hydride by a mechanochemical reaction, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 462(1-2), 275-278, 2008
  167. Characterization of hydrogen absorption/desorption states on lithium-carbon-hydrogen system by neutron diffraction, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, 104(5), 2008
  168. Hydrogen desorption processes in Li-Mg-N-H systems, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF SOLIDS, 69(9), 2234-2236, 2008
  169. Evaluation of Enthalpy Change due to Hydrogen Desorption for Lithium Amide/Imide System by Differential Scanning Calorimetry, Thermochimica Acta, 468(1-2), 35-38, 20080201
  170. Hydrogen Desorption Processes in Li-Mg-N-H Systems, Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, 2234-2236, 20080401
  171. ★, A New Concept of Hydrogen Storage Using Lithium Hydride and Ammonia, Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc., 1042(S06), 01, 20080401
  172. Hydrogen desorption properties of Li-BN-H system synthesized by mechanical milling, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 3128, 20080601
  173. Characterization of hydrogen absorotion/desorotion states on lithium-carbon-hydrogen system by neutron diffraction, Journal of Applied Physics, 104(5), 053511, 20080901
  174. Hydrogenation properties of lithium intercalated graphite, Carbon, 1628, 20081101
  175. Evaluation of enthalpy change due to hydrogen desorption for lithium amide/imide system by differential scanning calorimetry, THERMOCHIMICA ACTA, 468(1-2), 35-38, 20080205
  176. Direct formation of LiAlH4 by a mechanochemical reaction, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 441(1-2), 189-191, 2007
  177. Hydrogen storage properties in a composite of lithium hydride and boron nitride with hydrocarbon groups, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 446, 39-43, 2007
  178. Thermal analysis on the Li-Mg-B-H systems, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 446, 306-309, 2007
  179. Characterization of titanium based catalysts in the Li-N-H hydrogen storage system by X-ray absorption spectroscopy, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 446, 360-362, 2007
  180. Hydrogen Storage Properties in a composite of lithium hydride and boron nitride with hydrocarbon groups, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 446, 39-43, 20071001
  181. Thermal Analysis on the Li-Mg-B-H Systems, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 446, 306-309, 20071001
  182. Quantity of NH3 Desorption from the Li-N-H Hydrogen Storage System Examined by Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 446, 342-344, 20071001
  183. Characterization of Titanium based Catalysts in the Li-N-H Hydrogen Storage System by X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 446, 360-362, 20071001
  184. Gas emission properties of the MgHx-Zn(BH4)(2) systems, MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS, 48(3), 556-559, 200703
  185. Quantity of NH3 desorption from the Li-N-H hydrogen storage system examined by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 446, 342-344, 20071031
  186. Dehydriding Reactions of Mixed Complex Hydrides, Journal of Power Sources, 155(2), 447-455, 20060421
  187. Magnesium-based nano-composite materials for hydrogen storage, J. Alloys. Compd., 294-298, 20061201
  188. Hydrogen adsorption and desorption by carbon materials, J. Alloys. Compd., 204-208, 20061201
  189. Hydrogen storage of metal nitrides by a mechanochemical reaction, J. Power Sources, 81-87, 20061201
  190. Development of metal hydride with high dissociation pressure, J. Alloys. Compd., 256-261, 20061201
  191. Hydrogen Absorption and Desorption by the Li-Al-N-H System, J. Phys. Chem., B(110), 9632-9636, 20061201
  192. Hydrogen Generation from Lithium Borohydride Solution over Nano-Sized Platinum Dispersed on LiCoO2, Journal of Power Sources, 325-328, 20061201
  193. IR Characterizations of Lithium Imide and Amide, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 39, 236-239, 20050401
  194. ★, Development of Hydrogen Absorbing Alloy with High Dissociation Pressure, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc., 884, 20050401
  195. Development of 10kW-Scale Hydrogen Generator Using Chemiclal Hydride, Journal of Power Sources, 125, 22-26, 20040401
  196. Hydrogen Generation by Hydrolysis Reaction of Magnesium Hydride, Journal of Materials Science Letters, 39, 2227-2229, 20040401
  197. Compressed Hydrogen Generation Using Chemical Hydride, Journal of Power Sources, 135, 36-41, 20040401
  198. Hydrogen Storage of Metal Nitride by a Mechanochemical Reaction, Chemical Communication, 2210-2211, 20040401
  199. Hydrogen Adsorption and Desorption by Potassium-Doped Superactivated Carbon, Applied Physics Letters, 84, 4113-4114, 20040401
  200. Hydrogen Absorption and Desorption by Magnesium-Based Nano-Composite Materials, T. Vogt, R. Stumpf, M. Heben, I. Robertson Eds., in Synposium N Materials for Hydrogen Storage, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc., 837, 20040401
  201. Hydrogen Generation by Hydrolysis Reaction of Lithium Borohydride, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 29(12), 1213-1217, 20040901
  202. Recycling Process of Sodium Metaborate to Sodium Borohydride, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 28(9), 989-993, 20030901
  203. Structure of Poly(methyl methacrylate) Synthesized Uuder High Pressure, Journal of Materials Science Letters, 21, 473-475, 20020401
  204. ★, Hydrogen Generation Using Sodium Borohydride Solution and Metal Catalyst on Metal Oxide, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 27(10), 1029-1034, 20021001
  205. High-Pressure Differential Thermal Analysis of Polymers, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 80, 1046-1051, 20010401
  206. Anomalous Diffraction of Diphenylacetylene Oligomers Synthesized Under Elevated Pressure, Journal of Materials Science Letters, 20, 1109-1111, 20010401
  207. Annealing of Polyacene-Based Oligomer Synthesized under High Pressure, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 71, 289-292, 19990401
  208. High-Pressure Synthsis of Cyclic Mesitylacetylene Oligomer, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 72, 1539-1542, 19990401
  209. Preparation of Nylon 66/Mesoporous Molecular Sieve Composite under High Pressure, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 72, 3254-3258, 19990401
  210. High-Pressure Synthesis of Cyclic Diphenylacetylene Oligomer, Rev. High Pressure Sci. Technol, 7, 829-831, 19980401
  211. High-Pressure Synthesis and Optical-Limiting Property of Cyclic Diphenylacetylene Oligomer, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 68, 129-135, 19980401
  212. High-Pressure Reaction of Propargyl Alcohol, Journal of Materials Science Letters, 17, 1539-1540, 19980401
  213. High-Pressure Synthesis of C60-Containing Polystyrene, Journal of Materials Science Letters, 16, 999-100, 19970401
  214. Optical Limiting Property of Fullerene-Containing Polystyrene, Journal of Materials Science Letters, 16, 2029-2031, 19970401
  215. High-Pressure Synthesis of Polystyrene-Bound C60 Gel, Journal Applied Polymer Science, 65, 2781-2783, 19970401
  216. Optical-Limiting Property of Cyclic Phenylacetylene Oligomer Synthesized Under High Pressure, Journal of Polymer Science: Part B: Polymer Physics, 34, 2607-2611, 19960401
  217. High-Pressure Differential Thermal Analysis of Diphenylacetylene, Journal of Materials Science Letters, 15, 1543-1544, 19960401
  218. Electrorheological Properties of Suspension of Carbonaceous Particles, Journal of Materials Science Letters, 16, 623-625, 19950401
  219. Optical Limiting Property of Polyacene-Based Oligomer Synthesized Under High Pressure, Macromolecules, 28, 2893-2896, 19950401
  220. High-Pressure Solid-State Polymerization of Diphenyldiacetylene, Journal of Materials Science Letters, 14, 539-541, 19950401
  221. High-Pressure Synthesis of Polyphenylacetylene, Journal of Materials Science Letters, 14, 1583-1584, 19950401
  222. Optical Limiting Property of Polystyrene-Bound C60, Macromolecules, 28, 8868-8869, 19950401
  223. Novel Preferred Orientation in Injection-Molded Nylon 6-Clay Hybrid, Journal of Polymer Science, PART B: POLYMER(33), 1039-1045, 19951201
  224. Interaction of Nylon 6-Clay Surface and Mechanical Properties of Nylon 6-Clay Hybrid, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 119-123, 19951201
  225. High Pressure Synthesis of Polyacene-Based Oligomer, Macromolecules, 27, 3735-3738, 19940401
  226. Fine Structure of Nylon 6-Clay Hybrid, Journal of Polymer Science, PART B: POLYMER PHYS(32), 625-630, 19941201
  227. Crystallization of Nylon 6-Clay Hybrid by Annealing under Elevated Pressure, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 683-687, 19941201
  228. Reaction of Diphenyldiacetylene by Annealing under Elevated Pressure, Journal of Polymer Science, PART A: POLYMER CHE(32), 1371-1376, 19941201
  229. Electrorheological Properties of Suspension of Diphenyldiacetylene Annealed under Elevated Pressure, Journal Applied Polymer Science, 1393-1396, 19941201
  230. Crystallization of Nylon 6-Clay Hybrid by Annealing under Elevated Pressure, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 683-687, 19941201
  231. Reaction of Diphenyldiacetylene by Annealing under Elevated Pressure, Journal of Polymer Science, PART A: POLYMER CHEM(32), 1371-1376, 19941201
  232. Electrorheological Properties of Suspension of Diphenyldiacetylene Annealed under Elevated Pressure, Journal Applied Polymer Science, 1393-1396, 19941201
  233. Electrical Properties of Diphenyldiacetylene Annealed under Elevated Pressure, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 1567-1573, 19941201
  234. Synthesis of Nylon 6-Clay Hybrid, Journal of Materials Research, 1179-1184, 19931201
  235. ★, Mechanical Properties of Nylon 6-clay hybrid, Journal of Materials Research, 1185-1189, 19931201
  236. Sorption of Water in Nylon 6-Clay Hybrid, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 1259-1264, 19931201
  237. Synthesis of Nylon 6-Clay Hybrid by Montmorillonite intercalated with e-Caprolactam, Journal of Polymer Science, PART A: POLYMER CHEM(31), 983-986, 19931201
  238. One-Pot Synthesis of Nylon 6-Clay Hybrid, Journal of Polymer Science, PART A: POLYMER CHEM(31), 1755-1758, 19931201
  239. Gas Permeabilities in Rubber-Clay Hybrid, Journal of Materials Science Letters, 889-890, 19931201
  240. Crystallization of Nylon 6-Clay Hybrid by Injection Molding under Elevated Pressure, Journal of Materials Science Letters, 1714-1715, 19931201
  241. Crystallization of Nylon 6-Clay Hybrid by Injection Molding under Elevated Pressure, Journal of Materials Science Letters, 1714-1715, 19931201
  242. Thermal Shock Resistance of Flat Plastic Integrated Circuit Packages, Polymer Engineering and Science, 686-689, 19921201
  243. Thermal Shock Resistance of Plastic IC Package, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2199-2206, 19901201
  244. Nylon 6-Clay Hybrid, Mat.Res.Soc.Symp. Proc, 45-50, 19901201
  245. Sorption and Permeation of Iodine in Water Swollen Poly(vinyl Alcohol) Membranes and Iodine Complex Formation, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 1617-1628, 19851201
  246. Diffusive Permeability of Solutes in Poly(vinyl Alcohol) Membranes as a Function of the Degree of Hydration, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 533-546, 19841201
  247. Hydraulic Permeability of Water in Poly(vinyl Alcohol) Membranes as a Function of the Degree of Hydration, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2401-2410, 19831220
  248. Hydraulic Permeability of Water in Poly(vinyl Alcohol) Membranes as a Function of the Degree of Hydration, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2401-2410, 19831220
  249. 23pVE-8 Structural study on hydrogen storage material ^7Li_2ND by neutron and synchrotron X-ray diffraction, Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 63(0), 2008
  250. 24pWG-4 The crystal structure of hydrogen storage material ^7Li_2ND, Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 63(0), 2008
  251. 24pWG-4 The crystal structure of hydrogen storage material ^7Li_2ND, Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 63(1), 20080229
  252. Hydrogenation properties of lithium intercalated graphite, TANSO, 136-139, 20080609
  253. 23pVE-8 Structural study on hydrogen storage material ^7Li_2ND by neutron and synchrotron X-ray diffraction, Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 63(2), 20080825
  254. 25aYK-10 Reaction of Alkali Metal Hydride with Ammonia I : Improvement in Reactivity by Mechanical Milling, Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 64(0), 2009
  255. Current Situation and Prospects of Hydrogen Storage Materials with Light Elements, 51(4), 292-297, 20090610
  256. 25aYK-10 Reaction of Alkali Metal Hydride with Ammonia I : Improvement in Reactivity by Mechanical Milling, Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 64(2), 20090818
  257. THERMAL PROPERTIES OF LITHIUM AMIDE, 30, 359-361, 20091027
  258. Analysis of Light Elements based Hydrogen Storage Materials by XPS, Abstract of annual meeting of the Surface Science of Japan, 30(0), 305-305, 2010
  259. 22pHS-12 Thermal study of LiNH_2, Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 65(0), 2010
  260. 22pHS-12 Thermal study of LiNH_2, Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 65(1), 20100301
  261. Hydrogen Storage and Transportation Using NH_3, Ceramics Japan, 46(3), 187-190, 20110301
  262. Ammoniaborane as Hydrogen Storage Material, Ceramics Japan, 46(3), 191-195, 20110301
  263. 8-1-2 New Bottleneck Analysis Method from Industrializing View Point, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 21(0), 334-335, 2012
  264. Development of Environmental Cell for High Voltage Electron Microscope, 76(1), 19-21, 20120105
  265. Light Element Materials for Hydrogen Storage, Journal of the Japan Institute of Energy, 91(6), 467-472, 201206
  266. Light Element Materials for Hydrogen Storage, 91(6), 467-472, 20120620
  267. Raman Scattering Study of Hydrogen Storage Material LiNH2, J Phys Soc Jpn, 81(9), 94603-094603-11, 20120915
  268. Investigation of Reaction Mechanism in Li2NH Hydrogen Storage System by TEM, The Journal of the Japan Institute of Metals.A, 77(12), 571-574, 2013
  269. Catalytic Effect of Niobium Oxide on Hydrogen Absorption and Desorption Process for Magnesium, The Journal of the Japan Institute of Metals.A, 77(12), 636-640, 2013
  270. Ammonia Synthesis via Non-Equilibrium Reaction of Lithium Nitride in Hydrogen Flow Condition, The Journal of the Japan Institute of Metals.A, 77(12), 580-584, 2013
  271. Thermochemical Water-splitting Reaction by Alkali Metal-Cobalt Oxide, Journal of the Fuel Society of Japan, 92(9), 909-912, 2013
  272. Chemical Hydrogen Storage of Carbon Material, The Journal of the Japan Institute of Metals.A, 77(12), 552-558, 2013
  273. Synthesis of Calcium Borohydride by Milling Hydrogenation of Hydride and Boride, The Journal of the Japan Institute of Metals.A, 77(12), 609-614, 2013
  274. Basic Research of Metal Hydrides with Light Elements, Bulletin of the Japan Institute of Metals, 52(7), 333-336, 20130701
  275. Hydrogen Economy Using Chemical Energy, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 23(0), x-xi, 2014
  276. 4-3-2 Thermochemical Hydrogen Production by Alkali Metal Cycle, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 23(0), 180-181, 2014
  277. 4-4-2 Development of ammonia borane synthesis method using boron nitride, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 23(0), 188-189, 2014
  278. 4-4-4 Synthesis and Ammonia Decomposition Property of Thermally Stable Nickel Nanoparticles, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 23(0), 192-193, 2014
  279. 4-5-1 Anion/Cation dependence of the property of ammonia-abosrption materials, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 23(0), 194-195, 2014
  280. 4-6-1 Catalytic Mechanism of Nb_2O_5 for Hydrogen Absorption and Desorption Reactions of Magnesium, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 23(0), 202-203, 2014
  281. 4-6-2 Hydrogen generation property of complex alkali metal hydride : ammonia system, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 23(0), 204-205, 2014
  282. 4-6-3 Catalytic Effects of Chloride on Ammonia and Lithium Hydride System, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 23(0), 206-207, 2014
  283. Effects of Metal Oxide Additives on Anode Properties of Magnesium Hydride for All-Solid-State Lithium Ion Batteries, Journal of the Fuel Society of Japan, 93(9), 926-930, 2014
  284. Local Structural Analysis on Decomposition Process of LiAl(ND2)4, MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS, 55(8), 1129-1133, 2014
  285. Ammonia as an Energy Carrier : Present and Future, Journal of the Japan Institute of Energy, 93(5), 378-385, 201405
  286. 9-1-2 Thermochemical and Electrochemical Hydrogen Production by Sodium Redox Cycle, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 24(0), 296-297, 2015
  287. 9-3-1 Catalysis of Ammonia absorbing materials in NH_3-LiH Hydrogen Storage System, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 24(0), 308-309, 2015
  288. 9-3-2 High-pressure Hydrogen Production by Chemical Reaction between Liquid Ammonia and Alkali Metal Hydride, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 24(0), 310-311, 2015
  289. 9-3-4 The ammonia vapor pressure control with the formation of ammine complex, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 24(0), 314-315, 2015
  290. 9-4-1 Possibility of Hydrogen Transportation by using Highly Activated Mg, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 24(0), 316-317, 2015
  291. Ammonia Synthesis via Non-Equilibrium Reaction of Lithium Nitride in Hydrogen Flow Condition, MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS, 56(3), 410-414, 2015
  292. Ammonia Synthesis via Non-Equilibrium Reaction of Lithium Nitride in Hydrogen Flow Condition, Materials Transactions, JIM, 0(0), 2015
  293. 9-3-3 Purification of Hydrogen Using Ammonia Remover, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 25(0), 268-269, 2016
  294. 9-3-2 Vapor pressure control of liquid NH3 by NaBH4, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 25(0), 266-267, 2016
  295. 9-3-1 Development of All Solid Lithium-ion Batteries with Metal Hydride Electrode, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 25(0), 264-265, 2016
  296. 9-2-3 Synthesis and Characterization of NH3BH3-NaAlH4 composite, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 25(0), 260-261, 2016
  297. 9-2-2 Regeneration Technique of Ammonia Borane Using Milling Method, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 25(0), 258-259, 2016
  298. Hydrogen Ab/Desorption of LiH-KH Composite and Ammonia System, MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS, 57(7), 1215-1219, 2016
  299. Electrochemical Performance of Titanium Hydride for Bulk-Type All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries, MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS, 0(0), 2016
  300. Electrochemical Performance of Titanium Hydride for Bulk-Type All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries, MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS, 57(5), 755-757, 2016
  301. Hydrogen Ab/Desorption of LiH-KH Composite and Ammonia System, MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS, 0(0), 2016
  302. P-4-5 Technique of High Purity Hydrogen Production from Ammonia as Energy Carrier, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 26(0), 292-293, 2017
  303. 4-1-2 Thermal energy conversion by Na alloy, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 26(0), 142-143, 2017
  304. 4-2-1 Improvement of the Hydrogenation Kinetics of Titanium for Thermochemical Heat Storage, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy, 26(0), 148-149, 2017
  305. XPS study on the vanadocene-magnesium system to understand the hydrogen sorption reaction mechanism under room temperature, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 44(5), 2981-2987, 2019
  306. Hybrid nickel-metal hydride/hydrogen battery, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 44(8), 4263-4270, 2019
  307. Review on Ammonia Absorption Materials: Metal Hydrides, Halides, and Borohydrides, ACS APPLIED ENERGY MATERIALS, 1(2), 232-242, 2018
  308. Reversible ammonia-based and liquid organic hydrogen carriers for high-density hydrogen storage: Recent progress, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 44(15), 7746-7767, 2019
  309. Eutectic Phenomenon of LiNH2-KH Composite in MH-NH3 Hydrogen Storage System, MOLECULES, 24(7), 2019

Publications such as books

  1. 2016/04/08, Development of Hydrogen Storage Materials and its Applications, 2016, 04, Scholarly Book, Supervisor, ISBN: 978-4-7813-1150-0, 275
  2. 2015/06/08, Hydrogen Energy System Using Ammonia, 2015, 06, Scholarly Book, Supervisor, ISBN: 978-4-7813-1073-2,, 239, 1-12
  3. 2015, Advanced Materials for Clean Energy, Chapter 16 Ammonia-Based Hydrogen Storage Materials, CRC Press, H. Miyaoka , T. Ichikawa, ISBN: 978-1-4822-0578-7, Chapter 16 Ammonia-Based Hydrogen Storage Materials
  4. 2013/10, Hydrogen Storage Materials. In S. L. Suib (Eds.). New and Future Development in Catalysis: Catalysis in Batteries, Hydrogen Storage, and Fuel Cells (pp.99-136), Elsevier, Others, Cocompilation
  5. 2011/04, Advances in Diverse Industrial Applicatioins of Nanocomposites Hydrogen Storage Properties of Hydrogenated Graphite and Lithium Hydride Nanocomposite, INTECH, Joint work, 9789533072029
  6. 2009/11, Encyclopedia of Electrochemical Power Sources, Five-Volume Set: Volume 3 Complex Hydrides, Elsevier Science, Dictionary/Encyclopedia, Cocompilation, 9780444520968

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Highly Purified Hydrogen Production from Ammonia for PEM fuel Cells, Yoshitsugu Kojima, 255th ACS National Meeting in New Orleans, LA, 2018/03/18, With Invitation, Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, USA
  2. Hydrogen storage materials: past, present and future perspectives, Yoshitsugu Kojima, Indian Institute of Metals, NMD-ATM, 71st Annual Technical Meeting, 2017/11/12, With Invitation
  3. Highly Purified Hydrogen Production from Ammonia for Fuel Cell Vehicles, Yoshitsugu Kojima, Hiroki Miyaoka, Takayuki Ichikawa,, IUPAC 13th International Conference on Novel Materials and their Synthesis (NMS-XIII), 2017/10/15, With Invitation
  4. Progress and Application on Ammonia Absorption Materials, Tnegfei Zhang, Hikaru Yamamoto, Hiroki Miyaoka, Takayuki Ichikawa, Yoshitsugu Kojima, IUPAC 13th International Conference on Novel Materials and their Synthesis (NMS-XIII),, 2017/10/15, With Invitation
  5. Basic Technology for Hydrogen Station Utilizing Ammonia, Asia Pacific Gas Conference 2017, 2017/09/29, With Invitation, English
  6. Recent advances in hydrogen storage technologies, Yoshitsugu Kojima, 6th PU-HU Symposium on Advanced materials for Energy, 2017/03/08, Without Invitation, Japanese, PEKING UNIVERSITY, PEKING UNIVERSITY
  7. Recent advances in hydrogen storage technologies, Yoshitsugu Kojima, 2016/11/15, Without Invitation, English, KING ABDULAZIZ UNIVERSITY, KING ABDULAZIZ UNIVERSITY
  8. Ammonia Storage Materials, Yoshitsugu Kojima, 2016/11/15, Without Invitation, English, KING ABDULAZIZ UNIVERSITY, KING ABDULAZIZ UNIVERSITY
  9. Ammonia Storage Materials Using Metal Halides and Borohydrides, Yoshitsugu Kojima, The 13th Annual NH3 Fuel Conference, 2016/09/18, Without Invitation, Japanese, UCLA s campus, Los Angeles, CA
  10. All Japan Hydrogen Project to Realize Hydrogen Economy, Y. Kojima, Y. Kojima, H. Takagi, M. Harada, N. Kuriyama, K. Sakata, H. Kameyama, H. Uchida, WHEC 2016, 2016/06/16, With Invitation, English, Zaragoza,Spain
  11. Hydrogen storage materials for hydrogen economy, 2. Y. Kojima, International Conference on PROCESSING & MANUFACTURING OF ADVANCED MATERIALS, Processing, Fabrication, Properties, Applications, 2016/05/30, With Invitation, English, THERMEC 2016, Graz,Austria
  12. ammonia as a transport vector in hydrogen supply chain, CSIRO Solar Fuels Workshop, 2014/12/10, With Invitation, English, CSIRO Solar Fuels Workshop, Tokyo
  13. Ammonia as a Hydrogen Energy Carrier, WHEC 2014, 2014/06/18, With Invitation, English, WHEC 2014, Korea
  14. Hydrogen Production via Thermochemical Water-Splitting by Alkali Metal Cycle, 6th Forum on New Materials in 13th International Conference on Modern Materials and Technologies (CIMTEC 2014), 2014/06/15, With Invitation, English, CIMTEC 2014, Montecatini Terme, Italy
  15. Ammonia as a Hydrogen Energy Carrier, 2014/05/30, With Invitation, English, Peking University
  16. Energy Materials Using Light Elements, TAIWAN - JAPAN FUEL CELL - ENERGY CARRIER WORKSHOP, 2013/12/17, With Invitation, English, TAIWAN
  17. Hydrogen storage materials: Past, present and future perspectives, THERMEC'2013, 2013/12/02, With Invitation, English, THERMEC'2013, Las Vegas, USA.
  18. Ammonia and alkali metal hydride system for hydrogen storage, THERMEC'2013, 2013/12/02, With Invitation, English, THERMEC'2013, Las Vegas, USA
  19. Thermochemical Water-splitting by alkali metal redox cycle, IUPAC 9th International Conference on Novel Materials and Synthesis (NMS-IX), 2013/10/17, With Invitation, English, NMS-IX, Shanghai, China)

Awards

  1. 2016/03/16, HIGHLY CITED RESEARCHER, THOMSON REUTERS
  2. 2014/05/30, Xingda Lectureship, 北京大学化学与分子工程系
  3. 2008/01, Outstanding Symposium Paper for the 2007 MRS Fall Meeting, A New Concept of Hydrogen Storage Using Lithium Hydrideand Ammonia
  4. 2017/11/14, 71th Annual Technical Meeting (ATM) AWARD 2017, The Indian Institute of Metals, Nano-engineered Mg-MgH2 System for Solar Thermal Energy Storage Application,

External Funds

Acceptance Results of Competitive Funds

  1. 2014/09/01, 2016/03/31
  2. 2014/07/01, 2016/03/31
  3. 2014/07/01
  4. The Initiatives for Atomic Energy Basic and Generic Strategic Research, 2014/04/01, 2015/03/31
  5. Strategic Basic Research Programs(ALCA), 2013/07/01, 2014/06/30
  6. Strategic Basic Research Programs(ALCA), 2013/07/01, 2014/06/30
  7. Strategic Basic Research Programs(ALCA), 2013/07/01, 2014/06/30
  8. 2013
  9. 2007
  10. 2007
  11. 2006

Social Activities

Organizing Academic Conferences, etc.

  1. MH2012