[Yoji Kobayashi] New Oxyhydride Catalysts for Ammonia Synthesis

Presto Researcher

Yoji Kobayashi
Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University
Assistant Professor/Lecturer
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Titanate oxyhydrides are a new class of materials that we have recently discovered. They are quite unusual in terms of their ability to exchange hydrogen with the surrounding atmosphere, making them attractive catalysts for hydrogenation reactions. The unusual charge state of hydrogen in the oxyhydride also imparts interesting reactivity. In this project, we will investigate the use of oxyhydride-based catalysts for the efficient synthesis of ammonia, which is currently attracting attention as a high-density hydrogen carrier.Titanate oxyhydrides are a new class of materials that we have recently discovered. They are quite unusual in terms of their ability to exchange hydrogen with the surrounding atmosphere, making them attractive catalysts for hydrogenation reactions. The unusual charge state of hydrogen in the oxyhydride also imparts interesting reactivity. In this project, we will investigate the use of oxyhydride-based catalysts for the efficient synthesis of ammonia, which is currently attracting attention as a high-density hydrogen carrier.

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