Yi-Pei Li Assistant Professor

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李奕霈 助理教授
Yi-Pei Li
phone:(02)3366-3007
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email: yipeili@ntu.edu.tw
office: 化工二館N416
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Computational Chemistry Laboratory

化工二館N415
(02)3366-3031
  • Education Background

B.S. in Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University, 2009
Ph.D. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of California at Berkeley USA, 2016
Department of Chemical Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology Postdoctoral Associate, 2016-2019.7

  • Research Topic

Computational Chemistry and Reaction Engineering
 
The goal of our research is to develop algorithms to rapidly generate kinetic models that can accurately simulate reaction systems. Because a complex reaction system could potentially involve thousands of kinetically significant chemical species, it is difficult to experimentally derive a detailed kinetic model that incorporates all the important reaction channels. Therefore, models derived by experiments are often heavily simplified and may fail to predict detailed chemistry of a large reaction network. Computer-generation of kinetic models should allow us to overcome this problem since it can keep track of all the important species, and thus can help us to move beyond the resolution limitations of experimental techniques. By combining quantum mechanical calculations and machine learning algorithms, we are dedicated to making it practical to accurately predict the reaction activity and selectivity of complex systems, based on fundamental understanding of the detailed chemistry. The long-term goal of our research is to allow one to use simulations to quickly test many hypotheses in a high-throughput manner, and facilitates the development of reaction technology by replacing some of the many required experiments.

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  • Honor

Toyoji KAKUCHI Professor

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Toyoji KAKUCHI Professor
覺知豐次 教授

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  • Education Background
  • 1970.4 – 1974.3: B. Eng., Department of Chemical Process
    Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Hokkaido University

    1974.4 – 1976.3: M. Eng., Division of Chemical Process Engineering,
    Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University

    1976.4 – 1978.1: Ph. D. course, Division of Chemical Process Engineering,
    Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University
    Ph. D. Received from Hokkaido University in 1986.6

  • Research Topic
  • 1. Organocatalytic controlled/living polymerization
    2. Design, synthesis, and characterization of complex macromolecular architectures

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  • Honor
  • The SPACC-CSJ Award for 2003 (SPACC; The Society of Pure & Applied Coordination Chemistry and CSJ; The Chemical Society of Japan)
    2014 SPSJ Mitsubishi Chemical Award (SPSJ; Society of Polymer Science, Japan)
    2015 SPSJ Award for Outstanding Achievement in Polymer Science and Technology
    2015 SPSJ FELLOW ACADEMIA

  • The Representative Publication
  • Reactive and Functional Polymers (WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co.) (2007 – present)

    Wataru Ueda Professor

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    Wataru Ueda Professor
    上田涉 教授

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  • Education Background
  • B.Eng degree from the Department of Synthetic Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering, Shinshu University(1977)
    M.S. degree from the Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Kobe University(1979)
    PhD from the Department of Environmental Chemistry and Engineering, Graduate School of interdisciplinary Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology(1981)

  • Research Topic
  • JST-EU international collaboration program “NOVACAM” (collaborative member: E. Hensen, G. Hutchings, A. Corma, M. Hara, S/ Sato) c.a. 400 MYen(2013-2017)

  • Recent Research Topic
  • Honor
  • Ramsay Fellowship Award(1985)
    Young Prize of Catalysis Society of Japan(1988)
    Prize of Catalysis Society of Japan(2010)
    Japanese Petroleum Institute Award(2012)

  • The Representative Publication
  • Original papers
    1. Selective Carbon Dioxide Adsorption of ε-Keggin-type Zincomolybdate-based Purely-Inorganic 3D Frameworks, Z.-X Zhang, M. Sadakane, S. Noro, T. Murayama, T. Kamachi, K. Yoshizawa, W. Ueda, J. Mat. Chem. A., in press

    2. Effect of Activation Degree of Resorcinol-Formaldehyde Carbon Gels on Carbon Monoxide Tolerance of Platinum-Ruthenium Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Anode Catalyst, N. Narischat, T. Takeguchi, T. Tsuchiya, T. Mori, I. Ogino, S. Mukai, W. Ueda, J. Phys. Chem. C, 2014, 118, 23003-23010

    3. Seed-assisted synthesis of crystalline Mo3VOx oxides and their crystal formation mechanism, S. Ishikawa, M. Tashiro, T. Murayama, W. Ueda, Crystal Growth & Design, 2014, 14, 4553-4561

    4. Crystalline Mo-V-W-mixed Oxide with Orthorhombic and Trigonal Structures as Highly Efficient Oxidation Catalysts of Acrolein to Acrylic Acid, C.T. Qiu, C. Chen, S. Ishikawa, T. Murayama, W. Ueda, Top. Catal., 2014, 57, 1163-1170

    5. Hydrogen-transfer dehydration between alcohols over V2O3 and MoO2 catalysts for the formation of corresponding alkanes and aldehydes, Y. Nakamura, T. Murayama, W. Ueda, J. Mol. Catal. A: Chem. 2014, 394, 137-144

    6. Hydrothermal synthesis of octahedra-based layered niobium oxide and its catalytic activity as a solid acid, T. Murayama, J.-L. Chen, J. Hirata, K. Matsumoto, W. Ueda, Catal. Sci. Technol., 2014, DOI: 10.1039/C4CY00713A

    7. Investigation of the formation process of zeolite-like 3D frameworks constructed with ε-Keggin-type polyoxovanadomolybdates with binding bismuth ions and preparation of a nano-crystal, Z.-X Zhang, M. Sadakane, T. Murayama, W. Ueda, Dalton Trans., 2014, 43, 13584-13590

    8. Preparation, Structural Characterization, and Ion-exchange Properties of two New Zeolite-like 3D Frameworks Constructed by ε-Keggin-type Polyoxometalates with Binding Metal Ions, H11.4[ZnMo12O40Zn2]1.5- and H7.5[Mn0.2Mo12O40Mn2]2.1-, Z.-X. Zhang, M. Sadakane, T. Murayama, N. Sakaguchi, W. Ueda, Inorg. Chem, 2014, 53, 7309-7318

    9. Catalysis field in orthorhombic Mo3VOx oxide catalyst for the selective oxidation of ethane, propane and acrolein, S. Ishikawa, T. Murayama, W. Ueda, Catal. Today, 2014, 238, 35-40

    10. Reduced Vanadium and Molybdenum Oxides Catalyzed the Equivalent Formation of Ethane and Acetaldehyde from Ethanol, Y. Nakamura, T. Murayama, W. Ueda, ChemCatChem, 2014, 6, 741-744

    11. Tetrahedral connection of ε-Keggin-type polyoxometalates to form an all-inorganic octahedral molecular sieve with an intrinsic 3D pore system, Z. X. Zhang, M. Sadakane, T Murayama, S. Izumi, N. Yasuda, N. Sakaguchi, W. Ueda, Inorg. Chem., 2014, 53, 903-911

    12. Direct Oxidative Transformation of Glycerol into Acrylic Acid over Phosphoric Acid Added W-V-Nb Complex Metal Oxide Catalysts, K. Omata, K. Matasumoto, T. Murayama, W. Ueda,. Chem. Lett., 2014, 43, 435-437

    13. Heptagonal channel micropore of orthorhombic Mo3VOx as catalysis field for the selective oxidation of ethane, S. Ishikawa, X. D. Yi, T. Murayama, and W. Ueda, Appl. Catal., General A, 2014, 474, 10-17

    14. Oxygen Reduction Reaction over Silver Particles with Various Morphologies and Surface Chemical States, J. Ohyama, Y. Okata, N. Watabe, M. Katagiri, A. Nakamura, N. Arikawa, K. Shimizu, K. Takeguchi, W Ueda, A. Satsuma, J. Power Sources, 2014, 245, 998-1004

    15. Electrocatalysis of Heat-treated Cobalt–Porphyrin/Carbon for Hydrogen Peroxide Formation, I. Yamanaka, R. Ichihashi, T. Iwasaki, N. Nishimura, T. Murayama, W. Ueda, S. Takenaka, Electrochimica Acta, 2013, 108, 321-329.

    16. Layered Perovskite Oxide – A Reversible Air Electrode for Oxygen Evolution/Reduction in Rechargeable Metal-Air Batteries, T. Takeguchi, T. Toshiro, H. Takahashi, H. Watanabe, T. Kuroki, H. Nakanishi, Y. Orikasa, Y. Uchimoto, H. Takano, N. Ohguri, M. Matsuda, T. Murota, K. Uosaki, W. Ueda, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135, 11125-11130

    17. Single-crystalline phase Mo3VOx: An efficient catalyst for partial oxidation of acrolein to acrylic acid, C. Chen, T. Murayama, W. Ueda, ChemCatChem, 2013, 5, 2869-2873

    18. Structure and electrochemical activity of WOX-supported PtRu catalyst using three-dimensionally ordered macroporous WO3 as the template, Q. Wang, GX. Wang, K. Sasaki, T. Takeguchi, T. Yamanaka, M. Sadakane, W. Ueda, J. Power Sources, 2013, 241, 728-735

    19. Synthesis of novel orthorhombic Mo and V based complex oxides coordinating alkylammonium cation in its heptagonal channel and their application as a catalyst, S. Ishikawa, T. Murayama, S. Ohmura, M. Sadakane, W. Ueda, Chemistry of Materials, 2013, 25, 2211-2219

    20. Assembly of a pentagonal polyoxomolybdate building block, [Mo6O21]6-, into crystalline Mo-V oxides, H. Sadakane, T. Murayama, K. Endo, W. Ueda, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem, 2013, 10-11, 1731-1736

    21. Quantitative analysis of coke formation during steam reforming of methane on a nickel-hydrotalcite catalyst under practical operation conditions, T. Takeguchi, H. Watanabe, T. Murayama, H. Takahashi, W. ueda, Chem. Lett., 2013, 42, 124-126

    22. An important property of polymer spheres for preparation of three-dimensionally ordered macrcoporous (3DOM) metal oxides: glass transition temperature, H. Sadakane, W. Ueda, Sasaki, H. Nakamura, T. Yamamoto, W. Ninomiya, Langmuir, 2013, 28, 17766-17770.

    23. An orthorhombic Mo3VOx catalyst most active for oxidative dehydrogenation of ethane among related complex metal oxides, T. Konya, T. Murayama, T. Kato, M. Sadakane, S. Ishikawa, D. Battrey, W. Ueda, Catalysis Science & Technology, 2013, 3, 380 – 387.

    24. Hydrothermal synthesis of W-Nb complex metal oxides and their application to catalytic dehydration of glycerol to acrolein、K. Omata, S. Izumi, T. Murayama, W. Ueda,. Catal. Today, 2013, 201, 7-11

    25. Synthesis of V2O5–K2SO4 with macroscopic shapes and its catalytic application, Q. Wu, J. Wu, W-F, Yao, W. Ueda, Mat. Res. Bull, 2012, 47, 4531-4535

    26. Evidence of Nonelectrochemical Shift Reaction on a CO-Tolerant High-Entropy State Pt-Ru Anode Catalyst for Reliable and Efficient Residential Fuel Cell Systems, T. Takeguchi, T. Yamanaka, K. Asakura, E. N. Muhamad, K. Uosaki, W. Ueda, J. Am. Chem. Soc, 2012, 134, 14508-14512.

    27. Morphology-controlled preparation of iron-based oxides using a paper template, H. Sadakane, R. Kato, T. Murayama, W. Ueda, Materials Letters, 2012, 81, 80-83.

    28. Detection and Measurement of Surface Electron Transfer on Reduced Molybdenum Oxides (MoOx) and Catalytic Activities of Au/MoOx, F. Wang, W. Ueda, J. Xu, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2012, 48, 3782-378

    29. Synthesis of porous and acidic complex metal oxide catalyst based on group 5 and 6 elements, T. Murayama, N. Kuramata, S. Takatama, K. Nakatani, S. Izumi, X.-D. Yi, W. Ueda, Catal. Today, 2012, 185, 224-229

    30. Stabilization of high valence ruthenium in silicotungstate ligand. Preparation, structural characterization, and redox studies of ruthenium(III) substituted -Keggin-type silicotungstates with pyridine ligands, [SiW11O39RuIII(Py)]5-, H. Sadakane, S. Muroji, Y. Iimuro, N. Izarova, U. Korzt, S. Hayalawa, K. Kato, S. Ogo, Y. Ide, W. Ueda, T. Sano, Chemistry-An Asian Journal, 2012, 7, 1331-1339

    31. Effect of interaction between Ni and YSZ on coke deposition during steam reforming of methane on Ni/YSZ anode catalystsfro an IR-SOFC, H. Takahashi, T. Takeguchi, N. Yamamoto, W. ueda, J. Mol. Catal. A-Chemical, 2011, 350, 69-74

    32. Redox Tunable Reversible Molecular Sieves: Orthorhombic Molybdenum Vanadium Oxide, M. Sadakane, S. Ohmura, K. Kodato, T. Fujisawa, K. Kato, K-I. Shimizu, T. Murayama, W. Ueda, Chem. Commun., 2011, 47, 10812-10814

    33. Influence of structural differences and acidic properties of phosphotungstic acids on their catalytic performance for acylation of pyruvate ester to α-acyloxyacrylate ester, W. Ninomiya, M. Sadakane, Y. Ichi, T. Yasukawa, K. Ooyachi, T. Sano, W. Ueda, Catal. Today, 2011, 164(1), 107-111

    34. Effect of Addition of SnOx to the Pt2Ru3/C Catalyst on CO Tolerance for the Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell, G.X. Wang, T. Takeguchi, E.N. Muhamad, T. Yamanaka, W. Ueda, J. Electrochem. Soc., 2011, 158(4), B448-B453

    35. Ni Cermet solid oxide fuel cell anodes prepared from nanoparticle Y2O3-CeO2-ZrO2 solid solutions, H. Takahashi, T. Takeguchi, Y. Yamamoto, W. Ueda, Solid State Ionics, 2011, 185, 52-57

    36. Investigation of grain boundary formation in PtRu/C catalyst obtained in a polyol process with post-treatment, G.X. Wang, T. Takeguchi, E.N. Muhamad, T. Yamanaka, W. Ueda, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 2011, 36(5), 3322-3332

    37. Nano-scale deposition of hydroxyapatite on bioactive and bioinert fibers using carbon nanofibers as templates, Q. Wu, M. Sadakane, H. Ogihara, W. Ueda, Adv. Mater. Res., 2011, 2122-2125

    38. Preparation and formation mechanism of three-dimensionally ordered macroporous (3DOM) MgO, MgSO4, CaCO3, and SrCO3, and photonic stop band properties of 3DOM CaCO3, M. Sadakane, R. Kato, T. Murayama, W. Ueda, J. Solid State Chem., 2011, 184(8), 2299-2305

    39. Soot Trapping and Combustion on Nanofibrous Perovskite LaMnO3 Catalysts under a Continuous Flow of Soot., S. Li, R. Kato, Q. Wang, T. Yamanaka, T. Takeguchi, W. Ueda, Appl. Catal., B, 2010, 93 , 383–386

    40. Synthesis and Characterization of Three-Dimensionally Ordered Macroporous (3DOM) Tungsten Carbide: Application to Direct Methanol Fuel Cells, J. P. Bosco, K. Sasaki, M. Sadakane, W. Ueda, J. G. Chen, Chem. Mater., 2010, 22, 966-973

    41. Preparation 3-D Ordered Macroporous Tungsten Oxides and Nano Particulate Tungsten Oxides using a Colloidal Crystal Template Method, and their Structural Characterization and Application as Photocatalysts under Visible Light Irradiation, M. Sadakane, K. Sasaki, H. Kunioku, B. Ohtani, R. Abe, W. Ueda, J. Mater. Chem, 2010, 20, 1811-1818

    42. Catalytic performance of vanadium pyrophosphate oxides (VPO) in the oxidative dehydration of glycerol, F. Wang, J. L. Dubois, W. Ueda, App. Catal. A: General, 2010, 376, 25–32,

    43. Nano-scale Hydroxyapatite Formation on Silica Fiber using Carbon Nanofibers as Templates, Q. Wu, M. Sadakane, H. Ogihara, W. Ueda, J. Nanosci. Nanotech., 2010, 10, 5431-5436

    44. Synthesis of 3-D Ordered Macroporous MxH3-¹xPW12O40(M=Cs+ and NH4+):Trimodal Mirco-, Meso-, and Macropores in MxH3-¹xPW12O40 Material, K. Sasaki, M. Sadakane, W. Ninomiya, W. Ueda, Chem. Lett.,2010, 39(4), 426-427

    45. Atomic-Lebel Imaging of Mo-V-O Complex Oxide Phase Intergrowth, Grain Boundaries, and Defects using HAADF-STEM, W. Pyrz, D. Blom, M. Sadakane, K. Kodato, W. Ueda, T. Vogt, D. Buttrey, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 2010, 107, 6152-6157

    46. Particle size dependence of CO tolerance of anode PtRu catalysts for polymer electrolyte fuel cells, T. Yamanaka, T. Takeguchi, G.X. Wang, E.N. Muhamad, W. Ueda, J. Power Sources, 2010, 195(19), 6398-6404

    47. Effect of preparation atmosphere of Pt-SnOx/C catalysts on the catalytic activity for H2/CO electro-oxidation, G.X. Wang, T. Takeguchi, T. Yamanaka, E.N. Muhamad, M. Mastuda, W. Ueda, Appl. Catal., B., 2010, 98(1-2), 86-93

    48. Immobilization of nanofibrous A- or B-site substituted LaMnO3 perovskite-type oxides on macroscopic fiber with carbon nanofibers templates, Q. Wu, M. Sadakane, H. Ogihara, W. Ueda, Mater. Res. Bul., 2010, 45(9), 1330-1333

    49. Preparation of three-dimensionally ordered macroporous perovskite-type lanthanum-iron-oxide LaFeO3 with tunable pore diameters: High porosity and photonic property, M. Sadakane, T. Horiuchi, N. Kato, K. Sasaki, W. Ueda, J. Solid State Chem., 2010, 183(6), 1365-1371

    50. Atomic-Scale Investigation of Two-Component MoVO Complex Oxide Catalysts Using Aberration-Corrected High-Angle Annular Dark-Field Imaging, W. D. Pyrz, D. A. Blom, M. Sadakane, K. Kodato, W. Ueda, T. Vogt, D. J. Buttrey, Chem. Mater., 2010, 22(6), 2033-2040

    51. Synthesis and applications of mixed oxide nanotubes, H. Ogihara, M. Sadakane, W. Ueda, Top. Appl. Phys.,2010, 117,147-158

    52. Production of acrolein and acrylic acid through dehydration and oxydehydration of glycerol with mixed oxide catalysts J. Deleplanque, J.L. Dubois, J.F. Devaux, W. Ueda, Catal. Today, 2010, 157, 1-4, 351-358

    53. Catalytic Oxidative Dehydration of Glycerol over a Catalyst with Iron Oxide Domains Embedded in an Iron Orthovanadate Phase, F. Wang, J. Xu, J.L. Dubois, W. Ueda, ChemSusChem,2010, 3, 12, 1383-1389

    54. Electrochemical Characteristics of Pd Anode Catalyst Modified with TiO2 Nanoparticles in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell, E.N. Muhamad, T. Takeguchi, G.X. Wang, Y. Anzai, W. Ueda, J. Electrochem. Soc., 2009, 156, B32-B37

    55. High Catalytic Efficiency of Nanostructured Molybdenum Trioxide in the Benzylation of Arenes and an Investigation of the Reaction Mechanism, F. Wang, W. Ueda, Chem. Eur. J., 2009, 15, 742-753

    56. Influence of Preparation Factors on Ca/P Ratio and Surface Basicity of Hydroxyapatite Catalyst, T. Tsuchida, J. Kubo, T. Yoshioka, S. Sakuma, T. Takeguchi, W. Ueda, J. Jpn. Petro. Inst., 2009, 52, 51-59

    57. Preparation, characterization and catalytic performance of Mo-V-O oxide layers linked by alkylamines, F. Wang, W. Ueda, Chem. Comm., 2009, 1079-1081

    58. Catalytic behavior of AMoOx (A = Ba, Sr) in oxidation of 2-propanol, J. Kubo, W. Ueda, Mater. Res. Bull., 2009, 44, 906-912

    59. Water Transport during Ion Conduction in Anion-Exchange and Cation-Exchange Membranes, T. Yamanaka, T. Takeguchi, H. Takahashi, W. Ueda, J. Electrochem, Soc., 2009, 156(7), B831-B835

    60. Selective oxidation of alcohols using novel crystalline Mo-V-O oxide as heterogeneous catalyst in liquid phase with molecular oxygen, F. Wang, W. Ueda, Catal. Today, 2009, 144, 358-361

    61. Synthesis, Characterization and Formation Process of Transition Metal Oxide Nanotubes Using Carbon Nanofibers as Templates, H. Ogihara, M. Sadakane, Y. Nodasaka, W. Ueda, J. Solid State Chem., 2009, 182, 1587-1592

    62. Synthesis of Orthorhombic Mo-V-Sb Oxide Species by Assembly of Pentagonal Mo6O21 Polyoxometalate Building Blocks, M. Sadakane, K. Yamagata, K. Kodato, K. Endo, K. Toriumi, Y. Ozawa, T. Ozeki, T. Nagai, Y. Matsui, N. Sakaguchi, W. D. Pyrz, D. J. Buttrey, D. A. Bolm, T. Vogt, W. Ueda, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2009, 48, 3782-3786

    63. Effect of SnO2 Deposition Sequence in SnO2-Modified PtRu/C Catalyst Preparation on Catalytic Activity for Methanol Electro-Oxidation, G.X. Wang, T. Takeguchi, Y. Zhang, E. N. M, M. Sadakane, Y. Shen, W. Ueda, J. Electrochem. Soc., 2009, 156(7), B862-B869

    64. An efficient synthesis of α-acyloxyacrylate esters as candidate monomers for bio-based polymers by heteropolyacid-catalyzed acylation of pyruvate esters, W. Ninomiya, M. Sadakane, S. Matsuoka, H. Nakamura, H. Naitou, W. Ueda, Green Chem., 2009, 11, 1666-1674

    65. Preparation of Well-Alloyed PtRu/C Catalyst by Sequential Mixing of the Precursors in a Polyol Method, G.X. Wang, T. Takeguchi, E. N. Muhamad, T. Yamanaka, M. Sadakane, W. Ueda, J. Electrochem. Soc., 2009, 156(11), B1348-B1353

    66. A Comparative Study of Variously Prepared Carbon-Supported Pt/MoOx Anode Catalysts for a Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell, Ernee Noryana M., T. Takeguchi, F. Wang, G.X. Wang, T. Yamanaka, W. Ueda, J. Electrochem. Soc., 2009, 156(11), 11, B1361- B1368

    67. Catalytic dehydration of glycerol over vanadium phosphate oxides in the presence of molecular oxygen, F. Wang, Dubois J.L, W. Ueda, J. Catal., 2009, 268(2), 260 – 267

    68. Selective Oxidation of Alcohols by Orthorhombic Phase Mo-V-O with Molecular Oxygen, F. Wang, W. Ueda, Chem. Lett., 2008, 37, 184-185

    69. Propane Ammoxidation with Lattice Oxygen of Mo-V-O-based Complex Metal Oxide Catalysts, J. Kubo, N. Watanabe, W. Ueda, Chem. Eng. Sci., 2008, 63, 1648-1653

    70. Nano-structuring of Complex Oxides for Catalytic Oxidation, W. Ueda, M. Sadakane, H. Ogihara, Catal. Today, 2008, 132, 2-8

    71. Nano-scale Hydroxyapatite Coating on Macroscopic Silica Fiber Using Carbon Nanofibers as Templates, Q. Wu, H. Ogihara, H. Uchida, M. Sadakane, Y. Nodasaka, W. Ueda, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 2008, 81, 380-386

    72. Molybdenum-Vanadium based Molecular Sieves with a Microchannel of Corner-Sharing 7-Membered Metal-Oxide-Octahedron Ring, M. Sadakane, K. Kodato, T. Kuranishi, Y. Nodasaka, K. Sugawara, N. Sakaguchi, T. Nagai, Y. Matsui, W. Ueda, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2008, 47, 2493-2496

    73. Synthesis of Biogasoline from Ethanol over Hydroxyapatite Catalyst, T. Tsuchida, T. Yoshioka, S. Shuji, T. Takeguchi, W. Ueda, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2008, 47, 1443-1452

    74. Steric Effect on the Catalytic Performance of the Selective Oxidation of Alcohols over Novel Crystalline Mo-V-O oxide, F. Wang, W. Ueda, Topic in Catal., 2008, 50, 90-97

    75. Preparation of Nano-Structured Crystalline WO3 and Improved Photochemical Activity for Deposition of Organic Compounds under Visible Light Irradiation, M. Sadakane, K. Sasaki, H. Kunioku, B. Ohtani, W. Ueda, R. Abe, Chem.Comm., 2008, 6552-6554

    76. Carbonyl-Ruthenium Substituted α-Keggin-Tungstosilicate, [α-SiW11O39RuⅡ(CO)]6-: Synthesis, Structure, Redox Studies and Reactivity, M. Sadakane, Y. Iimuro, D. Tsukuma, B. S. Bassil, M. H. Dickman, U. Kortz, Y. Zhang, S. Ye, W. Ueda, Dalton Trans., 2008, 6692-6698

    77. An Efficient Heteropolyacid Catalyzed Acylation of Pyruvate Esters to α-Acyloxyacrylate Esters as Potential Candidate Monomers for Biobased Polymers, W. Ninomiya, M. Sadakane, S. Matsuoka, H. Nakamura, H. Naitou, W. Ueda, Chem. Comm.,2008, 5239-5241

    78. Reaction of Ethanol over Hydroxyapatite Affected by Ca/P ratio of Catalyst, T. Tsuchida, J. Kubo, T. Yoshioka, S. Sakuma, T. Takeguchi, W. Ueda, J. Catal., 2008, 259, 183-189

    79. Aerobic Oxidation of Alcohols over Novel Crystalline MoVO Oxide, F. Wang, W. Ueda, Appl. Catal., A: General, 2008, 346, 155-163

    80. Nanostructured Molybdenum Oxides and Their Catalytic Performance in the Alkylation of Arenes, F. Wang, W. Ueda, Chem. Comm., 2008, 27, 3196-3198

    81. Steric Effect on the Catalytic Performance of the Selective Oxidation of Alcohols over Novel Crystalline Mo-V-O Oxide, F. Wang, W. Ueda, Topics in Catal, 2008, 50, 90-97

    82. Preparation of Mixed Oxide Nanotubes by Precursor-Accumulation on Carbon Nanofiber Templates, H. Ogihara, M. Sadakane, Y. Nodasaka, W. Ueda, Chem.Lett., 2007, 36, 258-259

    83. Vapour Phase Hydrogenation of Phenol over Pd/C Catalyst: A Relationship Between Dispersion, Metal Area and Hydrogenation Activity, Komandur V. R. Chary, Dhachapally Naresh, V. Vishwanathan, M. Sadakane, W. Ueda., Catal. Comm., 2007, 8, 471-477

    84. Mechanistic Investigation of Deactivation of Ru/Al2O3 Catalyst for Preferential CO Oxidation in the Presence of NH3, H. Wakita, K. Ukai, T. Takeguchi, W. Ueda J. Phys. Chem. C., 2007, 111, 2205-2211

    85. Structure Characterization of Orthorhombic Phase in MoVTeMbO Catalyst by Powder X-ray Diffraction and XANES, H. Murayama, D. Vitry, W. Ueda, G. Fuchs, M. Anne, J. L. Dubois, Appl. Catal. A: General., 2007, 318, 137-142

    86. Crystalline Mo3VOx Mixed Metal Oxide Catalyst with Trigonal Symmetry, M. Sadakane, N. Watanabe, T. Katou, Y. Nodasaka, W. Ueda , Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.., 2007, 46, 1493-1496

    87. Preparation of Mixed Oxide Nanotubes by Precursor-Accumulation on Carbon Nanofiber Templates, H. Ogihara, M. Sadakane, Y. Nodasaka, W. Ueda, Chem. Lett., 2007, 36, 258

    88. Three-dimensionally Ordered Macroporous (3DOM) Materials of Spinel-Type Mixed Iron Oxides; Synthesis, Structural Characterization, and Formation Mechanism of Inverse Opals with Skeleton Structure, M. Sadakane, C. Takahashi, N. Kato, H. Ogihara, Y. Nodasaka, Y. Doi, Y. Hinatsu, W. Ueda, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 2007, 80, 677-685

    89. Enhancement of Selectivity for Preferential CO Oxidation over SO2-pretreated Ru/Al2O3 Catalyst by the Presence of Sulfur Compounds, H. Wakita, T. Takeguchi, W. Ueda, J. Mol. Catal. A: Chemical, 2007, 268, 139-147

    90. Dimerization of Mono-ruthenium Substituted α-Keggin-type Tungstosilicate [α-SiW11O39RuIII(H2O)]5- to -oxo-brideged Dimer in Aqueous Solution: Synthesis, Structure, and Redox Studies, M. Sadakane, D. Tsukuma, M. H. Dickman, B. S. Bassil, U. Kortz, M. Capron, W. Ueda, Dalton Trans., 2007, 2833-2838

    91. Immobilization of Nanofibrous Metal Oxides on Microfibers: A Macrostructured Catalyst System Functionalized with Nanoscale Fibrous Metal Oxides, H. Ogihara, Q. Wu, M. Sadakane, Y. Nodasaka, W. Ueda, Chem.Comm., 2007, 4047-4049

    92. Facile Preparation of Three-Dimensionally Ordered Macroporous (3DOM) Alumina, Iron Oxide, Chromium Oxide, Manganese Oxide, and their Mixed Metal Oxides with High Porosity, M. Sadakane, T. Horiuchi, N. Kato, C. Takahashi, W. Ueda, Chem. Mater., 2007, 23, 5779-5785

    93. T. Takeguchi, Y. Anzai, R. Kikuchi, K. Eguchi, W. Ueda, Preparation and Characterization of CO-Tolerant Pt and Pd Anodes Modified with SnO2 Nanoparticles for PEFC, J. Electrochem. Soc., 2007, 154, B1132-B1137

    94. Structure Characterization of Orthorhombic Phase in MoVTeNbO Catalyst by Powder X-ray Diffraction and XANES, H. Murayama, D. Vitry, W. Ueda, G. Fuchs, M. Anne, JL. Dubois, Appl. Catal. A:General, 2007, 318, 137-142

    95. Comparative Study on the Catalytic Performance of Single-Phase Mo-V-O-Based Metal Oxide Catalysts in Propane Ammoxidation to Acrylonitrile, N. Watanabe, W. Ueda, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2006, 45, 607-614

    96. Three-dimensionally Ordered Macroporous Mixed Iron Oxide, Preparation and Structural Characterization of Inverse Opals with Skeleton Structure, M. Sadakane, C. Takahashi, N. Kato, T. Asanuma, H. Ogihara, W. Ueda, Chem. Lett., 2006, 35, 480-481

    97. Deactivation of Ru/Al2O3 Catalyst for Preferential CO Oxidation in the Presence of Low-concentration NH3 by Nitrosyl Species, H. Wakita, K. Ukai, T. Takeguchi, W. Ueda, Chem. Lett., 2006, 35, 734-735

    98. Structural Characterization of Mono-Ruthenium Substituted Keggin-Type Silicotungstates, M. Sadakene, D. Tsukuma, M.H. Dickman, B. Bassil, U. Kortz, M. Higashijima, W. Ueda, Dalton Trans., 2006, 4271-4276

    99. Shape-Controlled Synthesis of ZrO2, Al2O3, and SiO2 Nanotubes Using Carbon Nanofibers as Templates, H. Ogihara, M. Sadakane, Y. Nodasaka, W. Ueda, Chem. Mat., 2006, 18, 4981-4983

    100. Key Aspects of Crystalline Mo-V-O-Based Catalysts Active in the Selective Oxidation of Propane, W. Ueda, D. Vitry, T. Kato, N. Watanabe, Y. Endo, Res. Chem. Intermediates., 2006, 32, 217-233

    101. Active Centers, Catalytic Behavior, Symbiosis and Redox Properties of MoV(Nb, Ta) TeO Ammoxidation Catalysts, R.K. Grasselli, D.J. Buttrey, James D. Burrington, A. Andersson, J. Holmberg, W. Ueda, J. Kubo, Claus G. Lugmair, A. F. Volpe Jr, Topics in Catal., 2006, 38, 7-16

    102. K-Doped Mo-V-Sb-O Crystalline Catalysts for Propane Selective Oxidation to Acrylic Acid, W. Ueda, Y. Endo, N. Watanabe, Topics in Catal., 2006, 38, 261-268

    103. Direct Synthesis of n-Butanol from Ethanol over Nonstoichiometric Hydroxyapatite, T. Tsuchida, S. Sakuma, T. Takeguchi, W. Ueda, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2006, 45, 8634-8642

    104. Crystalline Mo3VOx. Its Unique Structural Property and High Catalytic Performance in Alkane Selective Oxidation, W. Ueda, T. Kato, N. Watanabe, T. Kuranishi, K. Kodato, M. Sadakane, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal., 2006, 172, 91-96

    105. n-Butanol Synthesis from Ethanol on Hydroxyapatite, T. Tsuchida, S. Sakuma, T. Takeguchi, W. Ueda, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal., 2006, 172, 543-544

    106. Adsorbed Species on CO Preferential Oxidation in the Presence of H2S over Ru/Al2O3 Catalyst, H. Wakita, T. Takeguchi, W. Ueda, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal., 2006, 172, 587-588

    107. Effect of SO2 and H2S on CO Preferential Oxidation in H2–rich Gas Over Ru/Al2O3 and Pt/Al2O3 catalysts, H. Wakita, Y. Kani, K. Ukai, T. Tomizawa, T. Takeguchi, W. Ueda, Appl. Catal. A: General, 2005, 283, 53-61

    108. Facile Procedure to Prepare Three-dimensionally Ordered Macroporous (3DOM) Perovskite-type Mixed Metal Oxides by Colloidal Crystal Templating Method, M. Sadakane, T. Asanuma, J. Kubo, W. Ueda, Chem. Mat., 2005, 17, 3546-3551

    109. Crystalline Mo-V-O Based Complex Oxides as Selective Oxidation Catalysts of Propane, W. Ueda, D. Vitry, T. Katou, Catal. Today, 2005, 99, 43-49

    110. Determination of the Chemical Nature of Active Surface Sites Present on Bulk Mixed Metal Oxide Catalysts, Wachs, I. E., Jehng, J.-M., W. Ueda., J. Phys. Chem. B, 2005, 109, 2275-2284

    111. Strategy in Achieving Propane Selective Oxidation Over Multi-Functional Mo-based Oxide Catalysts, D. Vitry, J.L. Dubois, W. Ueda ,J. Mol. Catal. A: Chemical, 2004, 220, 67-76

    112. Structure Dependency of Mo-V-O-Based Complex Oxide Catalysts in the Oxidations of Hydrocarbons, T. Katou, D. Vitry, W. Ueda, Catal. Toda y, 2004, 91-92,237-240

    113. Structural Organization of Catalytic Functions in Mo-based Oxides for Propane Selective Oxidation, W. Ueda, D. Vitry, T. Katou, Catal. Today, 2004, 96 ,235-240

    114. Hydrogen and CO Adsorption Property of Pd Particles on SnO2 and Their Application to Electrode Catalysts, T. Takeguchi, W. Ueda, T. Okanishi, S. Aoyama, R. Kikuchi, K. Eguchi, Trans. Mat. Res. Soc. Jpn., 2004, 29, 89-92

    115. Study of the Valence State and Coordination of Antimony in MoVSbO Catalysts Determined by XANES and EXAFS, J.M.M. Millet, M. Baca, A. Pigamo, D. Vitry, W. Ueda., J.L. Dubois, Appl. Catal. A: General, 2003, 244, 359-370

    116. Hydrothermal Synthesis of a New Mo-V-O Complex Metal Oxide and Its Catalytic Activity for the Oxidation of Propane, T.Katou, D.Vitry, W. Ueda, Chem. Lett. 2003, 32, 1028-1029

    117. Propane Selective Oxidation Over Monophasic Mo-V-Te-O Catalysts Prepared by Hydrothermal Synthesis, D. Vitry, Y. Morikawa, Dubois J.L , W. Ueda., Topics in Catal., 2003, 23 ,47-53

    118. Mo-V-Te-(Nb)-O Mixed Oxides Prepared by Hydrothermal Synthesis for Catalytic Selective Oxidations of Propane and Propene to Acrylic Acid, D. Vitry, Y. Morikawa, J.L. Dubois, W. Ueda., Appl. Catal. A: General, 2003, 251, 411-424

    119. The Role of Bulk Oxide Ion in the Catalytic Oxidation Reaction Over Metal Oxide Catalyst, Y. Moro-oka, W. Ueda, K. H. Lee, J. Mol. Catal. A: Chem, 2003, 199, 139-148

    120. Selective Reduction of α-chloroketone to α-chloroalcohol Using Hydrogen Transfer from Alcohol over Metal Oxide Catalysts, K. Gotoh, J. Kubo, W. Ueda, T Mori, Y. Morikawa, Chem. Lett, 2003, 32, 1132-1133

    121. Properties of DPF System Using Perovskite Catalysts Supported on ZrO2/SiC Fibers, K. Shibata, T. Oi, A. Otsuka, H. Sumitomo, K. Oshihara, Y. Teraoka, W. Ueda, J. Ceramic Soc. Jpn, 2003, 111,852-856

    122. Crystallization and Melting Behavior of Poly(Ethylene Oxide)/Poly(n-Butyl Methacrylate) Blends ,EE. Shafee, W. Ueda, European Polymer J., 2002, 38, 1327-1335

    123. Hydrothermal Synthesis of Mo-Based Oxide Catalysts and Selective Oxidation of Alkanes, W. Ueda, K. Oshihara, D. Vitry, T. Hisano, Y. Kayashima, Catal. Surv. Jpn. , 2002, 6,33-44

    124. Catalytic Oxidative Activation of Light Alkanes Over Mo-V-Based Oxides Having Controlled Surface, K. Oshihara, T. Hisano, W. Ueda, Topics in Catal., 2001, 15 (2-4), 153-160

    125. Hydrothermal Synthesis of Novel Crystalline Mo-V-M-O (M = Al, Ga, Fe) Mixed Oxide in the Presence of Triethylammonium Chloride and Their Catalytic Performance for Selective Ethane Oxidation, Oshihara K, Nakamura Y, Sakuma M, W. Ueda., Catal. Today. 2001, 71(1-2), 153-159

    126. Selective Oxidation of Propane Over Nickel Molybdate Modified with Telluromolybdate, N. Fujikawa, K. Wakui ,K. Tomita, W. Ueda., Catal. Today, 2001, 71 (1-2), 83-88

    127. Catalytic Performance of Hydrothermally Synthesized Mo-V-M-O(M=Sb and Te) Oxides in the Selective Oxidation of Light Praffins, K. Oshihara ,T. Hisano, Y. Kayashima, W. Ueda, Stud. Sci. Surf. Catal., 2001, 136, 93-98

    128. Selective Oxidation of Ethane Over Hydrothermally Synthesized Mo-V-Al-Ti Oxide Catalyst, N.F. Chen, K. Oshihara, W. Ueda, Catal. Today, 2001, 64 (1-2), 121-128

    129. Selective Oxidation of Light Alkanes Over Mo-based Oxide Catalysts, W. Ueda. W. Li, N.F. Chen, M. Kida, K. Oshihara, Res. Chem. Intermed., 2000, 26, 137-144

    130. Selective Oxidation of Light Alkanes Over Hydrothermally Synthesized Mo-V-M-O(M=Al, Ga, Bi, Sb, and Te) Oxide Catalysts, W. Ueda, K. Oshihara, Appl. Catal. A: general, 2000, 200(1-2), 135-143

    131. Hydrothermally Synthesis of Mo-V-M-O(M=Al, Ga, Bi, Sb, and Te) Oxides and Their Catalytic Performance for Selective Oxidation of Light Alkanes, W. Ueda, N.F. Chen, and K. Oshihara, 12th Inern. Congr. Catal., Granada, 2000, R049

    132. Lattice Oxide Ion-Transfer Effect Demonstrated in the Selective Oxidation of Propene Over Silica-supported Bismuth Molybdate Catalysts, Y-H. Han, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, Appl. Catal., 1999, 176, 11-16

    133. Activity Control by Structural Design of Multicomponent Scheelite-type Molybdate Catalysts for the Selective Oxidation of Propene, Y-H. Han, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, J. Catal., 1999, 186, 75-80

    134. Complex Metal Halide Oxides (3): Structural Characteristics and Catalytic Performance of Lanthanum-Substituted X1X2 Type Complex Bismuth Chloride Oxides, S.-W. Lin, W. Ueda, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 1999, 72, 997-1004

    135. Catalytic Performance for Propane Selective Oxidation and Surface Properties of 12-Molybdophophoric Acid Treated with Pyridine, W. Li, K. Oshihara, W. Ueda, Appl. Catal. A. general., 1999, 182, 357-363

    136. Hydrothermal Synthesis of Mo-V-M-O Complex Metal Oxide Catalysts Active for Partial Oxidation of Ethane, W. Ueda, N.F. Chen, K. Oshihara, Chem.Comm., 1999, 517-518

    137. Selective Oxidation of C1-C3 Alkanes Over Molybdenum- and Vanadium-Based Oxide Catalysts, W. Ueda, N.F. Chen, K. Oshihara, Kinet. Catal. 1999, 40, 447-451

    138. Complex Metal Halide Oxides (2): Layered Complex Metal Chloride Oxides Having X1X2 Structure As Catalysts for the Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Ethane, S.-W. Lin Y-C. Kim, W. Ueda, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 1998, 71, 1089-1094

    139. Selective Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Propane over Surface Molybdenum-Enriched MgMoO4 Catalyst, W. Ueda, Y.-S. Yoon, K.-H. Lee, Y. Moro-oka, Catal. Today, 1998, 44, 199-203

    140. Layered Bismuth Oxyhalides: A New Family of methane Oxidation Catalysts, W. Ueda and J.M. Thomas, Proc. 9th Intern. Congr. Catal. Calgary (M.J. Phillips and M. Teman, eds.) The Chemical Institute of Canada, 1998, 2, 960.

    141. Highly Selective Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Ethane to Ethane over Layered Complex Metal Chloride Oxide Catalysts, W. Ueda, S.-W. Lin, I. Tohmoto, Catal. Lett., 1997, 44, 241-245

    142. Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Ethane over Lanthanum-Substituted Layered Complex Bismuth Chloride Oxide Catalysts, S.-W. Lin, W. Ueda, Chem. Lett., 1997, 901-902

    143. Catalytic Selective Oxidation of C2-C4 Alkanes over Reduced Heteropolymolybdates, W. Li and W. Ueda, Proc. 3rd World Congr. Selective Oxidation Catalysis, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal., 1997, 110, 433-442.

    144. An Evidence of Active Surface MoOx over MgMoO4 for the Catalytic Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Propane, K.-H. Lee, Y.-S. Yoon, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, Catal. Lett., 1997, 46, 267-271

    145. Catalytic Oxidation of Isobutane to Methacrylic Acid with Molecular Oxygen over Activated Pyridinium 12-Molybdophosphate, W. Li, W. Ueda, Catal. Lett.,1997, 46, 261-265

    146. Catalytic Oxidation of Propane over Molybdenum-Based Mixed Oxides, W. Ueda, Y.-S. Yoon, K.-H. Lee, Y. Moro-oka, Korean J. Chem. Eng., 1997, 14, 474-478

    147. Hydordechlorinative Dimerization of CF3-Containing Chlorofluoroethanes over Ru/SiO2 Catalyst, T. Mori, W. Ueda, Y. Morikawa, Catal. Lett., 1996, 38, 73-76

    148. Complex Metal Halide Oxides (1): Bismuth Chloride Oxides Having Various Structures As Catalysts for Oxidative Coupling of Methane, W. Ueda, T. Isozaki, F. Sakyu, S. Nishiyama, Y. Morikawa, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 1996, 69, 485-491

    149. Selective Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Propane over Metal Molybdate Catalysts, Y.-S. Yoon, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, Topics in Catal., 1996, 3, 265-275

    150. Catalytic Oxidation of Propane to Acrylic Acid with Molecular Oxygen Activated over Reduced Heteropolymolybdates, W. Ueda, Y. Suzuki, W. Lee and S. Imaoka, Proc. 11th Intern Congr.Catal., Baltimore, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal., 1996, 101, 1065-1074.

    151. Rate Enhancing Effect of Carbon Dioxide in the Reaction of Acetonitrile with Methanol to Acrylonitrile over Magnesium Oxide Catalyst, Y.-W. Lin, M. Ishii, W. Ueda, Y. Morikawa, Chem. Lett., 1995, 793-794

    152. Propane Oxidation over Various Metal Molybdate Catalysts, Y.S. Yoon, N. Fujikawa, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, K.W. Lee, Catal. Today, 1995, 24, 327-333

    153. Partial Oxidation of Propane to Acrylic Acid over Reduced Heteropolymolybdate Catalysts, W. Ueda, Y. Suzuki, Chem. Lett., 1995, 541-542

    154. Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Propane over Magnesium Molybdate Catalysts, Y.-S. Yoon, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, Catal. Lett., 1995, 35, 57-64

    155. Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Propane to Propene over Cobalt Molybdate Catalysts, Y.S. Yoon, N. Fijikawa, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, Chem. Lett., 1994, 1635-1636

    156. Functionalization of Propane by the Catalytic Oxidation Process, N. Fujikawa, Y.S. Yoon, W. Ueda, and Y. Moro-oka, Advanced Materials ’93, II/A Biomaterials, organic and intelligent Materials, (H. Aoki et al. ed), Trans. Mat. Soc. Jpn., Elsevier, Tokyo, 1994, 15, 79-82.

    157. Skeletal Rearrangement of Unsaturated Nitriles over Solid-base Catalysts, H. Kurokawa, S. Nakamura, W. Ueda, Y. Morikawa, T. Ikawa, J. Catal., 1993, 141, 94-101

    158. Catalytic Synthesis ofα,β-Unsaturated Compounds over Solid-base Using Methanol for C=C Bond Formation, W. Ueda, J. Jpn. Petro. Inst., 1993, 36, 421-435

    159. Catalytic Activities of Layered Metal Chloride Oxides for the Dehydrohalogenation of t-Butyl Halides, W. Ueda, M. Yamazaki, Y. Morikawa, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 1993, 66, 347-349

    160. Promotion Effect of Molybdate Support on Bi2Mo3O12 Catalyst in the Selective Oxidation of Propylene, D.-H. He, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, Catal. Lett., 1992, 12, 35-44

    161. Condensation of Alcohol over Solid-Base Catalyst to Form Higher Alcohols, W. Ueda, T. Ohshida, T. Kuwabara, Y. Morikawa, Catal. Lett., 1992, 12, 97-104

    162. Investigation of Ethene Selectivity in the Methane Coupling Reaction on Chlorine-containing Catalysts, R. Burch, S. Chalker, J.M. Thomas, W. Ueda, P. Loader, Appl. Catal., 1992, 82, 77-90

    163. Catalytic (Amm)oxidation of Propane with Molecular Oxygen over Complex Metal Oxides: Involvement of Homogeneous Reaction in the Gas Phase, Y.-C. Kim, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, Catal. Today, 1992, 13, 673-678

    164. Selective Oxidation and Ammoxidation of Propane to Form Acrolein and Acrylonitrile, Y. Moro-oka, N. Miura, N. Fujikawa, Y.-C. Kim, and W. Ueda, Proc. 10th Intern Congr.Catal., Budapest, 1992, 2821

    165. Catalytic Oxidative Dimerization of Methane to Form C2-compounds over Arrpe’s Phase Oxychlorides of Bi, La and Sm, W. Ueda, F. Sakyu, T. Isozaki, Y. Morikawa, J.M. Thomas, Catal. Lett., 1991, 10, 83-90

    166. A Novel Hydrodechlorinative Dimerization of Chlorofluorocarbons over Supported Ni Catalysts, S. Tomioka, T. Mori, W. Ueda, Y. Morikawa, T. Ikawa, Chem. Lett., 1991, 1825-1826

    167. Selective Ammoxidation of Propane Involving Homogeneous and Heterognenous Steps over Multicomponent Metal Oxide Catalysts, Y.-C. Kim, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, Appl. Catal., 1991, 70, 189-196

    168. Selective Oxidation of Propane Involving Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Steps over Multicomponent Metal Oxide Catalysts, Y.-C. Kim, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, Appl. Catal., 1991, 70, 175-187

    169. Catalyst Oxide Support Oxide Interaction to Prepare Multifunctional Oxidation Catalysts, Y. Moro-oka, D.-H. He, and W. Ueda, Structure-Activity and Selectivity Relationships in Heterogeneous Catalysis (R.K. Grasselli and A.W. Sleight eds.) Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal., 1991, 67, 57-66.

    170. Layered Metal Oxyhalides: An Advanced Material for Catalytic Alkane Oxidation, W. Ueda, T. Isozaki, Y. Morikawa, and J.M. Thomas, Catalytic Science and Technology, Kodansha, Tokyo, 1991, 1, 441-442.

    171. Catalytic Oxidation and Ammoxidation of Propane to Produce Acrolein and Acrylonitrile, Y.-C. Kim, W. Ueda, and Y. Moro-oka, Catalytic Science and Technology, Kodansha, Tokyo, 1991, 1, 439-440.

    172. Solid Base-catalyzed Reaction of Nitriles with Methanol to Form α,β-Unsaturate Nitriles, I. Conversion and Selectivity, H. Kurokawa, T. Kato, W. Ueda, Y. Morikawa, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, J. Catal., 1990, 126, 199-207

    173. Solid Base-Catalyzed Reaction of Nitriles with Methanol to Formα,β-Unsaturated Nitriles, II. Surface Base Property and Reaction Mechanism, H. Kurokawa, T. Kato, T. Kuwabara, W. Ueda, Y. Morikawa, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, J. Catal., 1990, 126, 208-218

    174. Exchange Reaction between Methyl Hydrogen of Methanol over Solid-Base Catalysts, W. Ueda, T. Kuwabara, H. Kurokawa, Y. Morikawa, Chem. Lett., 1990, 265-266

    175. A Low Pressure Guerbet Reaction over Magnesium Oxide Catalyst, W. Ueda, T. Ohshida, T. Kuwabara, Y. Morikawa, J. Chem. Soc.,Chem.Comm., 1990, 1558-1559

    176. Liquid-Phase Oxidation of 2,6-Dialkylphenols with Molecular Oxygen over Solid Base-Metal Oxide Catalysts Doped with Metal-Ions, H. Kurokawa, W. Ueda, Y. Morikawa, Y, Morooka, T. Ikawa, Nippon Kagaku Kaishi,1990, 649-654

    177. Selective Hydrodechlorination of CFC-113 to 1-Trifluoro-1,2,2-trichloroethylene over Supported Ni Catalysts, W. Ueda, S. Tomioka, Y. Morikawa, T. Ikawa, Chem. Lett., 1990, 879-890

    178. Methanol Conversion to Oxygenated Compounds Over the Catalyst Containing TI-ion as a Main Ingredient, F. L. Wang, W. Ueda, Y. Morikawa, T. Ikawa, Chem.Lett., 1990, 405-406

    179. Selective Oxidation of Propane to Acrolein and Ammoxidation to Acrylonitrile over Ag-Dopted Bismuth Vanadomolybdate Catalysts, Y.-C. Kim, W. Ueda, and Y. Moro-oka, New Developments in Selective Oxidation (G. Centi and F. Trifio eds.) Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal., 1990, 55, 491-504.

    180. Solid Base Catalyzed Rearrangement of Methacrylonitrile to Crotononitrile, H. Kurokawa, S. Nakamura, W. Ueda, Y. Morikawa, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Comm., 1989, 658-659

    181. A Comparison of the Catalytic Performance of the Lithium and Sodium Analogues of Bismuth Oxyhalides in the Oxidative Dimerization of Methane, W. Ueda, T. Isozaki, Y. Morikawa, J.M. Thomas, Chem. Lett., 1989, 2103-2106

    182. Catalytic Activity of Mixed Metal Oxides for Selective Oxidation of Propane to Acrolein, Y.-C. Kim, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, Chem. Lett., 1989, 531-534

    183. Selective Oxidation of Propane to Acrolein over Ag-Doped Bismuth Vanadomolybdate Catalysts, Y.-C. Kim, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, J. Chem. Soc., Chem.Comm., 1989, 652-653

    184. Selective Ammoxidation of Propane to Acrylonitrile over Multicomponent Metal Oxide Catalysts with Scheelite Related Structure, Y.-C. Kim, W. Ueda, Y, Moro-oka, Chem. Lett., 1989, 2173-2176

    185. Catalytic Hydroxylation of Benzene on Telluric Acid Dispersed on Silica, T. Fukushi, W. Ueda, Y. Morikawa, Y. Moro-oka, and T. Ikawa, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 1989, 28, 1587-1589

    186. Vinylation of Methyl Acetate and Methyl Propionate with Methanol in the Presence of Oxygen on Metal Ion-exchanged Forms of Fluoro Tetrasilicic Mica, F.-L. Wang, W. Ueda, Y. Morikawa, T. Ikawa, Chem. Lett., 1989, 281-282

    187. New Families of Catalysts for the Selective Oxidation of Methane, J. M. Thomas, W. Ueda, J. Williams, K. D. M. Harris, Faraday Discussions, 1989, 87, 33-45

    188. Reaction of Methanol and Acetone over Metal Ion-exchanged Forms of Fluoro Tetrasilicic Mica to Form Methyl Vinyl Ketone, F.-L. Wang, W. Ueda, Y. Morikawa, T. Ikawa, Chem. Lett., 1988, 1991-1992

    189. Bismuth-rich Layered Solids as Catalysts for the Oxidation of Methane to Higher Hydrocarbons, W. Ueda, J.M. Thomas, J. Chem. Soc., Chem.Comm., 1988, 1148-1149

    190. Cs2Bi10Ca6Cl12O16 : A New Type of Catalyst for Selective Oxidation Derived from Bismuth Oxychloride, K.D.M. Harris, W. Ueda, J.M. Thomas, G.W. Smith, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 1988, 27, 1364-1365

    191. Ruthenium-Catalyzed Esterification of Olefin with Methyl Formate, W. Ueda, Yokoyama T, Morikawa Y, Moro-oka Y, Ikawa T, J. Mol. Catal., 1988, 44, 197-200

    192. Liquid Phase Oxidation of 2,6-Di-t-butylphenol by Molecular Oxygen Using Magnesium Oxide Catalysts Modified with Metal Ion, H. Kurokawa, W. Ueda, Y, Morikawa, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, Chem. Lett., 1987, 1919-1920

    193. Catalytic Properties of Tri-Component Metal Oxides Having Scheelite Structure, I. Role of Bulk Diffusion of Lattice Oxide Ion in the Oxidation of Propylene, W. Ueda, K. Asakawa, C.L. Chen, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, J. Catal., 1986, 101, 360-368

    194. Catalytic Properties of Tri-Component Metal Oxides Having Scheelite Structure, II. Structural Stability in the Reduction-oxidation Cycle, W. Ueda, C.L. Chen, K. Asakawa, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, J. Catal., 1986, 101, 369-375

    195. Alkenylation of Active Methyl or Methylene Compounds with Methanol over Metal Ion-containing Magnesium Oxide Catalysts, W. Ueda, T. Yokoyama, H. Kurokawa, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, J. Japan Petrol. Inst., 1986, 29,72

    196. Catalytic Activity of Colored Sodium Chloride for the Dehydrochlorination of t-Butyl Chloride, W. Ueda, J. Hiraiwa, N. Yoshida, S. Kishimoto, Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem., 1986, 90, 353-356

    197. Preparation of a Highly Dispersed Ruthenium Catalyst Using a Ruthenium(0) Organometallic Complex, N. Kitajima, A. Kono, W. Ueda, Y. Morooka, T. Ikawa, Chem. Comm., 1986, 674-675

    198. Selective Synthesis of Acrylonitrile from Acetonitrile and Methanol over Basic Metal Oxide Catalysts, W. Ueda, T. Yokoyama, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 1985, 24, 340-342

    199. Coupling Reaction between Methyl Propionate and Methanol to Form Methyl Methacrylate over Metal Ion-Containing Magnesium Oxide Catalysts, W. Ueda, H. Kurokawa, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, Chem. Lett., 1985, 819-820

    200. Enhancement of Surface Base Property of Magnesium Oxide by the Combination of Metal Ion, W. Ueda, T. Yokoyama, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, Chem. Lett., 1985, 1059-1062

    201. Study of Tellurium Oxide Catalysts by 18O2 Tracer in the Oxidation of Propylene to Acrolein, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, J. Catal., 1984, 88, 214-221

    202. Structural Stability of Scheelite Catalysts in the Reduction-oxidation Cycle, W. Ueda, C.L. Chen, K. Asakawa, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, Chem. Lett.,1984, 135-138

    203. Catalytic Synthesis of Vinyl Ketones over Metal Oxide Catalysts Using Methanol as the Vinylating Agent, W. Ueda, T. Yokoyama, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Comm., 1984, 39-40

    204. 18O2 Tracer Study of the Active Species of Oxygen on Bi2MoO6 Catalysts, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans. I, 1982, 78,495-500

    205. Promotion Effect of Iron for the Multicomponent Bismuth Molybdate Catalysts as Revealed by 18O2 Tracer, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, I. Matsuura, Chem. Lett., 1982, 1365-1368

    206. Role of Transition Metal Elements in Te-Mo-Me-O Catalysts As Revealed by the Oxidation of Propylene with 18O2 Tracer, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, Chem. Lett., 1982, 483-486

    207. Study of Multicomponent Bismuth Molybdate Catalysts by 18O2 Tracer, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, and I. Matsuura, Proc. Climax 4th Intern. Conf. on the Chemistry and Uses of Molybdenum (H.F. Barry and P.C.H. Mitchell, eds.) Climax Molybdenum Company, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1982, 429.

    208. Study of Ternary-Component Bismuth Molybdate Catalysts by O182- Tracer in the Oxidation of Propylene to Acrolein, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, T. Ikawa, J. Catal., 1981, 70, 409-417

    209. Study of Multicomponent Metal Oxide Catalysts by 18O2 Tracer, Y. Moro-oka, W. Ueda, S. Tanaka, and T. Ikawa, Proc. 7th Intern. Congr. Catal., Tokyo, 1980 (T. Seiyama and K. Tanabe eds.) Kodansha, Tokyo/Elsevier, Amsterdam, Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal., 1981, 7, 1086-1096.

    210. Color Centers in Sodium Chloride and Their Catalytic Properties, S. Kishimoto, W. Ueda, N. Yoshida, React. Kinet, Catal. Lett., 1980, 13, 39-43

    Review, book, others

    211. New production processes of acrylic acid, K. Omata, W. Ueda, Petrotech, Japan Petroleum Institute 2014, 437-442 (in Japanese)

    212. Complex metal oxide catalysts with complicated crystal structures for selective oxidation, W. Ueda, T. Murayama, S. Ishikawa, Kagakukogyou, 2013, xx-xxx, (in Japanese)

    213. A consideration about current researches on phase-phase selective catalytic oxidation, W. Ueda, M. Haruta, Shokubai, Catalysis Society of Japan, 2013, xx-xx, (in Japanese)

    214. Selective oxidation of light alkanes over crystalline Mo-V-O catalysts, T. Murayama, W. Ueda, Shokubai, Catalysis Society of Japan, 2013, 55, 148-153(in Japanese)

    215. Crystal structure control making high performance metal oxide catalysts for selective oxidation, W. Ueda, Example book of catalyst preparation and reaction control, Association of Science and Technology Information, 2013, 192-198(in Japanese)

    216. Outlook of catalysis researches from trends of energy and chemical resources production, W. Ueda, Trend and scope of catalytic technology, Catalysis Society of Japan, 2013, 4-5(in Japanese)

    217. To approach reality of solid-state metal oxide catalysts-Catalytic functions originated from high dimensional crystal structures, W. Ueda, T. Murayama, Chemistry, Kagakudojin, 2013, 68, 70-71(in Japanese)

    218. Heteropoly compounds, Y. Kamiya, M. Sadakane, W. Ueda, Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry II, 2nd Edition, 2013

    219. Establishment of crystalline complex Mo-V-oxides as selective oxidation catalysts, W. Ueda, J. Japan Petro. Inst, 2013, 10-11, 1731-1738

    220. Development of selective oxidation catalysts based on complex metal oxides synthesized using structure units, Petrotech, Japan Petroleum Institute, 2012, 35, 548-552.

    221. Building Block Synthesis of Crystalline Mo-V-based Oxides: Selective Oxidation Catalysts. M. Sadakane, W. Ueda, J. Japan, Petro. Inst., 2012, 55, 229-235

    222. Complication in the history of oxide catalyst development for selective oxidation, W. Ueda, Trend and scope of catalytic technology, Catalysis Society of Japan, 2012, 17-23(in Japanese)

    223. Complication towards evolution in the history of oxide catalysts for selective oxidation, W. Ueda, “Annual Survey of Catalytic Science and Technologies”, Special Edition for the 2oth Anniversary, 2012, 18-25

    224. Crystalline complex metal oxides giving catalytic selective oxidation property, W. Ueda, Trend and scope of catalytic technology, Catalysis Society of Japan, 2012, 190-196(in Japanese)

    225. Solid-state catalysts are materials with beauty and complexity, W. Ueda, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chemical Society of Japan, 2011, 64, 704-706(in Japanese)

    226. Creation of oxidation catalysts by utilizing varsality of molybdenum oxide, W. Ueda, Surface Science, 2011, 32, 64-69(in Japanese)

    227. Ordered Porous Crystalline Transition Metal Oxides, M. Sadakane, W. Ueda, Porous Materials, Edited by D. W. Bruce, D. O’Hare, R. I. Walton, Wiley 2011, 147-216

    228. Catalysis chemistry of oxidation, W. Ueda, Catalysis Chemistry, Edited by K. Eguchi, Maruzen, 2011, 116-129(in Japanese)

    229. The Sixth Tokyo Conference on Advanced Catalytic Science and Technology (TOCAT6) and the Fifth Asia Pacific Congress on Catalysis (APCAT5), W. Ueda, Catal. Surveys from Asia, 2011, 15, 58-67

    230. High dimensionalization of solid surface to induce catalytic functions, W. Ueda, Feram, 2010, 96, 69-74(in Japanese)

    231. Synthesis and Application of Mixed Oxide Nanotubes, H. Ogihara, M. Sadakane, W. Ueda, Topics in Applied Physics, 2010, 117, 147-158.

    232. Functions and Activities of Catalysis Research Center, Hokkaido University, for Catalysis Research Communities, W. Ueda, Catal. Surveys from Asia, 2009, 13, 143-146

    233. Structural Organization of Catalytic Functions in Mo-Based Selective Oxidation Catalysts, M. Sadakane, W. Ueda, Turning Points in Solid-State, Materials and Surface Science, A Book in Celebration of the Life and Work of Sir John Meurig Thomas, Edited by K. D. M. Harris and P. P. Edwards, 2008, 507-518.

    234. Principal property of metal oxides and their catalytic functions, W. Ueda, Handbook of Catalysts, Kodansha, 2008, 407-412(in Japanese)

    235. Principal property of metal oxides and their catalytic functions, W. Ueda, Handbook of Catalysts, Kodansha, 2008,444-448(in Japanese)

    236. Structural design of complex metal oxides for alkane selective oxidation, W. Ueda, Advanced Technology of Methane Chemical Conversion, Edited by M. Ichikawa, CMC, 2008,264-274.

    237. Catalytic chemistry of crystalline Mo-V oxides especially active for selective oxidation, M. Sadakane, W. Ueda, Shokubai, Catalysis Society of Japan, 2007、542-547(in Japanese).

    238. Complex metal oxides catalyst for selective oxidation, W. Ueda, Catalytic Materials, Association of Ceramics of Japan, 2007, 215(in Japanese)

    239. Advanced synthetic procedure of selective oxidation catalysts, M. Sadakane, W. Ueda, Trend and scope of catalytic technology, Catalysis Society of Japan, 2007, 19-28(in Japanese)

    240. Special issue of catalysis today devoted to 5th WCOC – Preface, M. Misono; .M. Imanari; M. Haruta; W. Ueda, Catal. Toady, 2006, 117, 1-2

    241. Gas-phase catalytic oxidation, W. Ueda, Encyclopedia of Catalyst Utilization, Kodansha, 2004、264-271(in Japanese)

    242. Allylic oxidation function of Bi-Mo-O complex oxides, W. Ueda, Shokubai, Catalysis Society of Japan, 2003, 23-25(in Japanese).

    243. Metal halide oxide catalysts active for alkane selective oxidation, W. Ueda, S.-W. Lin, Catalysis, RSC, 2003, 16, 198-235.

    244. Preface – Challenges in alkane activation, selective oxidation, W. Ueda., Catal. Today, 2001, 71, 1-1

    245. Molybdenum oxides, W. Ueda, Dictionary of Catalysts, Asakura Shoten, 2001(in Japanese)

    246. Supported metal oxides for selective oxidations, W. Ueda, Technologies of ultrafine particles, Fuji Technosystems, 2001(in Japanese)

    247. Complex metal oxide catalysts, W. Ueda, Handbook of Interface, NTS, 2001(in Japanese)

    248. Selective oxidation of light alkanes and complex metal oxide catalysts, W. Ueda, Petrotech, Japan Petroleum Institute, 1999, 22, 198-204(in Japanese).

    249. Challenges in selective oxidation of hydrocarbons over solid-oxide surface, W. Ueda, Shokubai, Catalysis Society of Japan,1999, 41, 342-346(in Japanese).

    250. Metal oxide catalysts for alkane selective oxidation, W. Ueda, Surface, 1997, 35, 13-24(in Japanese)

    251. Micro-drama on solid-surface, W. Ueda, T. Watanabe, Gendaikagaku, 1996, 307, 29-32(in Japanese)

    252. Selective oxidation of propane, W. Ueda, Petrotech, Japan Petroleum Institute, 1995, 18, 834-835(in Japanese).

    253. Multicomponent Bismuth Molybdate Catalyst – A Highly Functionalized Catalyst System for the Selective Oxidation of Olefin -, Y. Moro-oka and W. Ueda, Adv. in Catal., 1994, 40, 233-273.

    254. Selective Oxidation and Ammoxidation of Propane: Catalysts and Processes, Y. Moro-oka and W. Ueda, Catalysis, 1994, 11, Ch. 6 223-243.

    255. Surface Reaction Controlled by the Bulk Migration of Oxide Ion in Multicomponent Metal Oxide System, Y. Moro-oka, W. Ueda, and De-H. He, Dynamic Processes on Solid Surfaces (K. Tamaru ed.) Plenum Publishing Co. Ltd., New York, 1993, 11 288-306.

    256. Acrylonitirle synthesis by catalytic ammoxidation of propane, W. Ueda, Y. Moro-oka, Y. Sasaki, Petrotech, Japan Petroleum Institute, 1992, 15, 346-351(in Japanese).

    257. Use of layered metal oxyhalides as catalysts, W. Ueda, Shokubai, Catalysis Society of Japan, 1992, 35, 535(in Japanese).

    258. Alcohol synthesis using methanol as a building block, W. Ueda, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, 1992, 45, 778-777(in Japanese)

    259. Synthesis of A, b-unsaturated compound though catalytic C-C bond formation using methanol, Y. Moro-oka, W. Ueda, Yukigouseikyoukishi, 1988, 46, 970-976(in Japanese)

    260. Molybdate Catalysts, W. Ueda, Microstructure and Properties of Catalysts, (M.M.J. Treacy, J.M. Thomas, and J.M. White, eds.) Materials Research Society, 1987, 111, 215.

    261. Support Effect, Y. Moro-oka, W. Ueda, Shokubai Koza, Vol 2, Kodansha, 1985, 166(in Japanese)

    262. Multicomponent catalysts, Y. Moro-oka, W. Ueda, Shokubai Koza,Vol.2, Kodansha, 1985, 176(in Japanese)

    263. Bismuth molybdates, Y. Moro-oka, W. Ueda, Shokubai Koza, Handbook, Kodansha, 1985, 22(in Japanese)

    264. Synergy effect in multicomponent Bi-Mo catalysts, Y. Moro-oka, W. Ueda, Shokubai, Catalysis Society of Japan, 1983, 25, 271-278(in Japanese).

    Wen-Yueh Yu Assistant Professor

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    游文岳 助理教授
    Wen-Yueh Yu
    phone:(02)3366-1691
    fax:(02)2362-3040
    email:wenyueh@ntu.edu.tw
    office:工綜465
    Lab Info

    工221 (02)3366-3025
    • Education Background

    Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering University of Texas at Austin 2015
    M.S. in Chemical Engineering National Taiwan University 2004
    B.S. in Chemical Engineering National Taiwan University 2002

    Postdoctoral Researcher ETH Zurich 2015-2017
    Research Associate Academia Sinica 2005-2009

    • Research Topic

    Catalyst Chemistry and Surface Science

    Catalyst development is essential to sustainable processes and energy technologies as suitable catalysts allow associated chemical reactions to proceed with reduced energy consumption and waste production, thus promoting efficient conversion between materials and energy. Our research group will engage in developing catalytic materials for green chemistry processes and alternative energy technologies. We will utilize renewable resources and earth-abundant elements as precursors via atom/energy-efficient and cost-effective processes to synthesize catalysts for efficiently converting renewable resources (e.g., CO2 and biomass) into chemicals and alternative fuels. We will integrate surface science, catalyst chemistry, and reaction engineering approaches to investigate catalysis mechanisms and determine the relationship between synthesis conditions, physicochemical properties and catalytic performance, by which rationally synthesize new-generation catalysts to improve current processes and energy technologies with an attempt to facilitate sustainable development of our society.

    • Recent Research Topic

    Green Synthesis of Carbonate Esters from Carbon Dioxide and Alcohols: Development of Multifunctional Acid-Base Mixed-Metal- Oxide Catalysts 107-2218-E-002 -029 -MY3 (2018/01/01 – 2020/12/31)

    • Honor
    1. NATEA-Dallas Scholarship, North America Taiwanese Engineering & Science Association (2014)
    2. IPMI Metro New York Chapter Student Award, International Precious Metals Institute (2014)
    3. SETS Student Poster Contest Finalist, The Association of Chinese American Professionals (2013)
    1. E. J. Evans, Jr., H. Li, Wen-Yueh Yu, G. M. Mullen, G. Henkelman and C. Buddie Mullins*, “Mechanistic insights on ethanol dehydrogenation on Pd–Au model catalysts: a combined experimental and DFT study”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2017, 19, 30578 (SCI)
    2. Jakub Jagielski,1 Sudhir Kumar,1 Wen-Yueh Yu1 and Chih-Jen Shih*, “Layer-controlled two-dimensional perovskites: Synthesis and optoelectronics”, J. Mater. Chem. C, 2017, 5, 5610 (SCI) 1equal contribution
    3. Wen-Yueh Yu, Liang Zhang, Gregory M. Mullen, Edward J. Evans Jr, Graeme Henkelman, and C. Buddie Mullins*, “Effect of annealing in oxygen on alloy structures of Pd-Au bimetallic model catalysts”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2015, 17, 20588 (IF: 4.449) (SCI)
    4. Wen-Yueh Yu, Liang Zhang, Gregory M. Mullen, Graeme Henkelman, and C. Buddie Mullins* “Oxygen activation and reaction on Pd-Au bimetallic surfaces”, J. Phys. Chem. C, 2015, 119, 11754 (IF: 4.509) (SCI)
    5. Wen-Yueh Yu, Gregory M. Mullen, David W. Flaherty, and C. Buddie Mullins*, “Selective hydrogen production from formic acid decomposition on Pd-Au bimetallic surfaces”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2014, 136, 11070 (IF: 12.113) (SCI)
    6. Wen-Yueh Yu, Gregory M. Mullen, C. Buddie Mullins*, “Interactions of hydrogen and carbon monoxide on Pd-Au bimetallic surfaces”, J. Phys. Chem. C, 2014, 118, 2129 (IF: 4.772) (SCI)
    7. Wen-Yueh Yu, Gregory M. Mullen, C. Buddie Mullins*, “Hydrogen adsorption and absorption with Pd-Au bimetallic surfaces”, J. Phys. Chem. C, 2013, 117, 19535 (IF: 4.835) (SCI)
    8. Ming Pan, Adrian J Brush, Zachary D. Pozun, Hyung Chul Ham, Wen-Yueh Yu, Graeme Henkelman, Gyeong S. Hwang and C. Buddie Mullins*, “Model studies of heterogeneous catalytic hydrogenation reactions with gold”, Chem. Soc. Rev., 2013, 42, 5002 (IF: 30.425) (SCI)
    9. Ming Pan, Hyung Chul Ham, Wen-Yueh Yu, Gyeong S. Hwang and C. Buddie Mullins*, “Highly selective, facile NO2 reduction to NO at cryogenic temperatures on hydrogen pre-covered gold”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2013, 135, 436 (IF: 11.444) (SCI)

    Chu-Chen Chueh Assistant Professor

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    闕居振 助理教授
    Chu-Chen Chueh
    phone:(02)3366-4947
    fax:(02)2362-3040
    email: cchueh@ntu.edu.tw
    office:工綜 471
    Lab Info

    Soft optoelectronic Materials and Devices Lab

    舊數學館 301-1
    (02)3366-4685
    • Education Background

    B.S. in Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University, 2004
    Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University, 2010
    Postdoc in Materials Science and Engineering, University of Washington, 2011-2016

    • Research Topic

    Solution processable organic/organic-inorganic hybrid materials have attracted increasing research interests in recent years due to their respectable compatibility for soft electronic applications and mass production. Our research focuses on the exploitation of solution processable organic/organic-inorganic hybrid semiconductors and the investigation of their structure-property relationship and associated opto-physical properties. With the fundamental understanding of material properties, we extend our knowledge to various kinds of printable opto-electronic devices including light-emitting diodes (LEDs), field-effect transistors (FETs), memory, and solar cells. Through the integrated and comprehensive studies including material exploration as well as interface/device engineering, we aim to develop novel solutions for the next generation printable opto-electronics and contribute to this society.

    • Recent Research Topic
    • Honor
    1. 2017-2019 “Merit Pay Award for Distinguished Scholars (延攬特殊優秀人才獎勵)” from Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
    2. 2019 Master students, Chiung-Han Chen & Ming-Yun Liao won the prize of “Best Poster Award – Bronze Medal” in the contest of “Pine Special Projects (松柏優秀學士專題競賽)” and the prize of “Honorable mention” in the contest of “The 2019 Bachelor Degree Thesis Award (學士論文競賽)”
      2018 Master student, Chang-Hung Tsai, won the prize of “Master’s Thesis Award” from “NTU Lam Research Award (台灣大學科林論文獎)”
    3. 2018 Master students, Chia-Hsin Lee, Chih-I Chen, and Chiung-Han Chen won the “HONARABLE MENTION AWARD” in the Oral Competition Sessions in “65th TwICHE”.
    4. 2018 Master student, Chiung-Han Chen, won the prize of “Certificate of Altruistic Award” from College of Engineering in National Taiwan University
    1. C. H. Chen, Z. Li, Q. Xue*, Y. A. Su, C. C. Lee, H. L. Yip*, W. C. Chen, C. C. Chueh*, “Engineering of Perovskite Light-Emitting Diodes Based on Quasi-2D Perovskites Formed by Diamine Cations”, Org. Electronics. 2019, 75, 105400.
    2. C. C. Lee, C. I. Chen, C. T. Fang, P. Y. Huang, Y. T. Wu*, C. C. Chueh*, “Improving Performance of Perovskite Solar Cells Using [7]Helicenes with Stable Partial Biradical Characters as the Hole-Extraction Layers”, Adv. Funct. Mater. 2019, 29, 1808625.
    3. C. H. Li, C. C. Tsai, M. Y. Liao, Y. A. Su, S. T. Lin, C. C. Chueh*, “Stable, Color-Tunable 2D SCN-based Perovskites: Revealing the Critical Influence of Asymmetric Pseudo-Halide on Constituent Ions”, Nanoscale 2019, 11, 2608-2616.
    4. C. C. Lee, C. I. Chen, Y. T. Liao, Kelvin C. W. Wu*, C. C. Chueh*, “Enhancing Efficiency and Stability of Photovoltaic Cells by Using Perovskite/Zr-MOF Heterojunciton Including Bilayer and Hybrid Structures”, Adv. Sci. 2019, 6, 1801715.
    5. Y. C. Hsieh, C. F. Wu, Y. T. Chen, C. T. Fang, C. S. Wang, C. H. Li, L. Y. Chen, M. J. Cheng, C. C. Chueh*, P. T. Chou*, Y. T. Wu*, “5,14-Diaryldiindeno[2,1-f:1′,2′-j]picene: A New Stable [7]Helicene with A Partial Biradical Character” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2018, 140, 14357-14366.
    6. P. C. Lin, Y. T. Wong, Y. A. Su*, W. C. Chen, C. C. Chueh*, “Interlayer Modification Using Eco-Friendly Glucose-Based Natural Polymers in Polymer Solar Cells”, ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. 2018, 6, 14621-14630.
    7. E. Ercan, J. Y. Chen, C. C. Shih, C. C. Chueh*, W. C. Chen*, “Influence of Polymeric Electrets on the Performance of Derived Hybrid Perovskite-Based Photo-memory Devices”, Nanoscale. 2018, 10, 18869-18877.
    8. C. H. Tsai, N. Li, C. C. Lee, H. C. Wu, Z. L. Zhu*, L. D. Wang, W. C. Chen, H. Yan*, C. C. Chueh*, “Efficient and UV-Stable Perovskite Solar Cells Enabled by Side Chain-Engineered Polymeric Hole-Transporting Layers” J. Mater. Chem. A 2018, 6, 12999-13004.
    9. Y. T. Hsieh, J. Y. Chen, S. Fukuta, P. C. Lin, T. Higashihara, C. C. Chueh*, W. C. Chen*, “Realization of Intrinsically Stretchable Organic Solar Cells Enabled by Charge-Extraction Layer and Photoactive Material Engineering”, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces. 2018, 10, 21712-21720.
    10. C. H. Tsai, Y. A. Su, P. C. Lin, C. C. Shih, H. C. Wu, W. C. Chen, C. C. Chueh*, “High-Performance Ternary Polymer Solar Cells Using Wide Bandgap Biaxially-Extended Octithiophene-Based Conjugated Polymers”, J. Mater. Chem. C 2018, 6, 6920-6928.

    Hsiu-Yu Yu Assistant Professor

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    游琇伃 助理教授
    Hsiu-Yu Yu
    phone:(02)3366-3036
    fax:(02)2362-3040
    email: hsiuyuyu@ntu.edu.tw
    office:211
    Lab Info

     

     Laboratory

     

    工綜208
    (02)3366-3054
    • Education Background

    B.S. Ch.E., National Taiwan University 2004

    M.S. Ch. E., National Taiwan University 2006

    Ph.D. Ch.E., Cornell University, USA 2012

    Postdoctoral Associate, Cornell University, USA 2012

    Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Pennsylvania, USA 2012-2016

     

    • Research Topic

    Predictive theoretical modeling of complex systems

    Theoretical modeling provides insights into the fundamentals of many complex systems ranging from organic‒inorganic hybrid materials to biological fluids. A suitably chosen model description that captures the essential physics of the system in conjunction with efficient multiscale modeling techniques that incorporates the physical laws relevant to the scales of interest can guide the materials design for a variety of innovations. Making use of classical density-functional theory, generalized Langevin dynamics, and continuum or molecular modeling, my group will answer basic questions in order to gain both qualitative and quantitative understanding regarding the equilibrium and dynamical properties of complex systems in engineering nanomedicine and materials science applications.

    Particular aspects that my group will address include:

    (1) Directed transport of functionalized nanoparticles for systematic materials processing and vascular targeted drug delivery

    (2) Controlling nanoparticle trafficking in the extracellular matrix and polymer networks

    (3) Predicting tunable, functionalized self-assemblies for high-efficiency advanced materials design and tissue engineering

    • Recent Research Topic
    • Honor
    1. 指導潘冠廷同學參與台灣化學工程學會六十四週年年會暨科技部化學工程學門成果發表會榮獲學生壁報論文競賽熱力與界面工程組傑出論文獎
    2. 指導吳聿文同學參與台灣化學工程學會六十四週年年會暨科技部化學工程學門成果發表會榮獲學生英語演講競賽組佳作論文獎

     

    1. Hsiu-Yu Yu*, Zahera Jabeen*, David M. Eckmann, Portonovo S. Ayyaswamy, and Ravi Radhakrishnan, “Microstructure of flow-driven suspension of hardspheres in cylindrical confinement: A dynamical density functional theory and Monte Carlo study”, Langmuir, 2017, 33, 11332 (IF: 4.2) (SCI, EI) [Invited special issue; *equal contribution]
    2. Ravi Radhakrishnan, Hsiu-Yu Yu, David M. Eckmann, and Portonovo S. Ayyaswamy, “Computational models for nanoscale fluid dynamics and transport inspired by nonequilibrium thermodynamics”, J. Heat Transfer, 2017, 139, 033001 (IF: 1.9) (SCI, EI)
    3. Hsiu-Yu Yu, David M. Eckmann, Portonovo S. Ayyaswamy, and Ravi Radhakrishnan “Effect of wall-mediated hydrodynamic fluctuations on the kinetics of a Brownian nanoparticle”, Proc. R. Soc. A, 2016, 472, 20160397 (IF:2.4) (SCI,EI)
    4. Akanksha Agrawal, Hsiu-Yu Yu, Adithya Sagar, Snehashis Choudhury, and Lynden A. Archer, “Molecular origins of temperature-induced jamming in self-suspended hairy nanoparticles”, Macromolecules, 2016, 49, 8738 (IF:5.7) (SCI,EI)
    5. Helena Vitoshkin, Hsiu-Yu Yu, David M. Eckmann, Portonovo S. Ayyaswamy, and Ravi Radhakrishnan, “Nanoparticle stochastic motion in the inertial regime and hydrodynamic interactions close to a cylindrical wall”, Phys. Rev. Fluids, 2016, 1, 054104
    6. Akanksha Agrawal, Hsiu-Yu Yu, Samanvaya Srivastava, Suresh Narayanan, and Lynden A. Archer, “Dynamics and yielding of binary self-suspended nanoparticle fluids”, Soft Matter, 2015, 11, 5224 (IF:3.9) (SCI,EI)
    7. Hsiu-Yu Yu, David M. Eckmann, Portonovo S. Ayyaswamy, and Ravi Radhakrishnan, “Composite generalized Langevin equation for Brownian motion in different hydrodynamic and adhesion regimes”, Phys. Rev. E, 2015, 91, 052303 (IF:2.3) (SCI,EI)
    8. Hsiu-Yu Yu, Samanvaya Srivastava, Lynden A. Archer, and Donald L. Koch, “Structure factor of blends of solvent-free nanoparticle–organic hybrid materials: density-functional theory and small angle X-ray scattering”, Soft Matter, 2014, 10, 9120 (IF:3.9) (SCI,EI)
    9. Hsiu-Yu Yu and Donald L. Koch, “Self-diffusion and linear viscoelasticity of solvent-free nanoparticle–organic hybrid materials”, J. Rheol., 2014, 58, 369 (IF: 2.8) (SCI, EI)
    10. Hsiu-Yu Yu and Donald L. Koch, “Predicting the disorder¬–order transition of solvent-free nanoparticle–organic hybrid materials”, Langmuir, 2013, 29, 8197 (IF: 4.2) (SCI, EI)

    Leo-Wang Chen Professor

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    Leo-Wang Chen Professor
    陳劉旺 教授

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  • Education Background
  • Research Topic
    • Biomaterials -Preparation and function analysis

    • High performance polymers-Synthesis & modification of epoxy resin ;Kinetic of PET

  • Recent Research Topic
  • Honor
  • The Representative Publication
  • M.H. Rei Professor

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    M.H. Rei Professor
    雷敏宏 教授

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    long lasting clean hydrogen technology;Catalytic heating by oxidation catalyst;Hydrogen spillover in the membrane catalytic reactor

  • Education Background
  • Research Topic
  • long lasting clean hydrogen technology
    we dearly cherish our brief encounter with fossil fuel in our lifetime by striving to achieve higher energy efficiency and lower carbon waste from the development of compact, simpler, economical and safer hydrogen technology and facility.We, my students and colleagues in Green Hydrotec Inc, has had several #1 or pioneer achievements in the catalysis and Pd-membrane. permeation for the developments of hydrogen technology.

    Catalytic heating by oxidation catalyst
    fter grasping the unique character of hBn, we first completed the development of Pt-hBN catalyst for VOC, we then moved on to disperse it on the support to achieve a extremely stable and reactive combustion catalyst for flameless catalytic heating with a compact heater to alleviate the need of large chamber and NOx formation.

    Hydrogen spillover in the membrane catalytic reactor
    In 2002 and 2004 we first recognized the role of hydrogen spillover from the catalyst site to the membrane surface bringing about the rate enhancement of steam reforming reaction. 2009 we further found that the hydrogen spillover can be channeled and extended to enhance the hydrogen permeation through the membrane.

  • Recent Research Topic
  • Honor
  • The Representative Publication
  • 1. Harey H.F. Wang, S.C. Chen and M.H. Rei, “Onsite hydrogen production with compac methanol reformers,” Intern’l J. Hydrogen Energy., In review.
    2. Min-Hon Rei, Guanf-Ting Yeh, Yu-Hsiu, Yu-Ling Kao and Lie-Ding Shiau, “The effect of hydrogen spillover on the palladium membrane reactor in the steam reforming reactions,” J. Membr. Sci.In review.
    3. M.H. Rei, “A decade’s study and development of palladium membrane in Taiwan,” J.TICE, 40(2009), 238-245.
    4. Chen, S.C., Hung, C.C.Y., Tu, G.C., Rei, M.H., “Perturbed hydrogen permeation of a hydrogen mixture-New phenomena in hydrogen permeation by Pd membrane,” Intern’l J. Hydrogen Energy., 33(2008), 1880-1889.
    5. S.C. Chen, G.C. Tu , Caryat C.Y. Hung, C.A. Huang, M.H. Rei, “Preparation of Palladium-membrane by electroplating on AISI 316 porous stainless steel supports and its use for methanol steam reformer,” J. Membr. Sci., 314(2008), 5-14.
    6. C.C.Y.Hung, M.H Rei, ” Constant concentration method of measuring hydrogen permeation from a hydrogen mixture with Pd membrane” JCICE, 38(2007), 341-348.
    7. Bin.M.H.Rei,G.T.Yeh, C.W. Pan, “Catalysis-spillover-membrane-2 [1] the rate enhancement of methanol steam reforming reaction in a membrane catalytic reactor”, Catal. Today, 97(2004), 167-172.
    8 .M.H.Rei, C.K.Tsui, C.W. Pan, Y.M.Lin, “Steam reforming reaction of methanol with a membrane reactor -catalysis-spillover-membrane-“ Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, 145(2002), 103-108.
    9. J.C.-S. Wu, Z.-A.Lin, J.-W. Pan, M.-H. Rei, “A novel boron nitride supported Pt catalyst for VOC incineration”, Appl. Catal. 219(2001), 117-124.
    10, Y.-M.Lin, M.-H Rei, “Separation of hydrogen from the gas mixture out of catalytic reformer by using supported palladium membrane”, Separ. Purific. Tech. 25(2001), 87-95.
    11, Y.-M. Lin, M.-H Rei, “Study on the hydrogen production from methanol steam reforming in supported palladium membrane reactor”, Catal. Today, 67(2001), 77-84.
    12. Y.-M. Lin, M.-H Rei, “Process development for generating high purity hydrogen by using supported palladium membrane reactor as steam reformer”, Intnl. J. Hydrogen Energy, 25(2000), 211-219..

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    張慶源 教授

    phone:(02)2363-8994 or (02)3366-4376
    fax:(02)2363-8994
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    • 中國工程師學會十大傑出工程教授獎


    • 國家科學委員會傑出獎


    • 環境工程學會論文獎

  • The Representative Publication
    1. C. H.
      Wu, C. Y. Chang, C. H. Tseng and J. P. Lin, 2003, “Pyrolysis
      Product Distribution of Waste Newspaper in MSW,” J.
      Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis
      , 67, 41-53.

    2. C. H.
      Wu, C. Y. Chang and Y. F. Liu, 2003, “Effect of Oxygen on
      Pyrolysis Kinetics of Tetra Pack,” J. Environ. Eng., ASCE,
      129(4), 382-386.

    3. C. H.
      Wu, C. Y. Chang, C. M. Cheng and H. C. Huang, 2003, “Glycolysis
      of Waste Flexible Polyurethane Foam,” Polymer Degradation and
      Stability
      , 80(1), 103-111.

    4. C. Y.
      Chang, W. T. Tsai, C. H. Ing and C. F. Chang, 2003, “Adsorption
      of Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) from Aqueous Solution onto
      Hydrophobic Zeolite,” J. Colloid and Interface Science,
      260(2), 273-279.

    5. C. F.
      Chang, C. Y. Chang and W. Holl, 2003, “Adsorption Behavior of
      2-Naphthalenesulfonate on Activated Carbon from Aqueous
      Systems,” Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research,
      42(26), 6904-6910.

    6. J. L.
      Shie, J. P. Lin, C. Y. Chang, D. J. Lee and C. H. Wu, 2003,
      “Pyrolysis of Oil Sludge with Additives of Sodium and Potassium
      Compounds,” Resources Conservation and Recycling, 39(1),
      51-64.

    7. Y. H.
      Chen, C. Y. Chang, C. Y. Chiu, Y. H. Yu, P. C. Chiang, Y. Ku and
      J. N. Chen, 2003, “Dynamic Behavior of Ozonation with Pollutants
      in a Counter-Current Bubble Column with Oxygen Mass Transfer,”
      Water Research, 37(11), 2583-2594.

    8. C. Y. Chiu, C. Y.
      Chang, Y. H. Chen, Y. H. Yu, P. C. Chiang and Y. Ku, 2003,
      “Ozone Mass Transfer with Combined Effects of Ozone
      Decomposition and Reaction with Pollutants in a Semibatch
      Stirred Vessel,” J. Chinese Inst. Chem. Eng. (Taiwan),
      34(3), 281-289.

    9. J. L. Shie, C. Y.
      Lu, C. Y. Chang, C. Y. Chiu, D. J. Lee, S. P. Liu and C. T.
      Chang, 2003, “Recovery of Gasoline Vapor by a Combined Process
      of Two-Stage Dehumidification and Condensation,” J. Chinese
      Inst. Chem. Eng. (Taiwan)
      , 34(6), 605-616.

    10. R. M. Wu, C. P. Chu,
      D. J. Lee and C. Y. Chang, 2003, “Modeling Sludge as Continuous
      Mixture during Thermal Pyrolysis,” J. Chinese Inst. Chem.
      Eng. (Taiwan)
      , 34(5), 587-593.

    11. C. H.
      Wu, C. Y. Chang, C. H. Tseng and J. P. Lin, 2003, “Pyrolysis
      Product Distribution of Waste Toilet Paper in a Laboratory-Scale
      TGA Reactor,” J. Chinese Inst. Environ. Eng. (Taiwan),
      13(1), 67-76.

    12. C. F.
      Chang, C. Y. Chang, J. L. Shie, S. L. Lee, S. Y. Wang and J. P.
      Lin, 2003, “Production of Activated Carbons from Agricultural
      Waste Corn Cob by Chemical and/or Physical Activations: An
      Overreview,” J. Chinese Inst. Environ. Eng. (Taiwan),
      13(2), 135-141.

    13. W. T.
      Tsai, C. Y. Chang, C. H. Ing and C. F. Chang, 2004, “Adsorption
      of Acid Dyes from Aqueous Solution on Activated Bleaching
      Earth,” J. Colloid and Interface Science, 275(1), 72-78.

    14. C. F.
      Chang, C. Y. Chang and W. Holl, 2004, “Investigating the
      Adsorption of 2-Mercaptothiazoline on Activated Carbon from
      Aqueous Systems,” J. Colloid and Interface Science, 272,
      52-58.

    15. C. F.
      Chang, C. Y. Chang, W. Holl, M. Ulmer, Y.H. Chen and H.J. Groβ,
      2004, “Adsorption Kinetics of Polyethylene Glycol from Aqueous
      Solution onto Activated Carbon,” Water Research, 38(10),
      2559-2570.

    16. C. F.
      Chang, C. Y. Chang, K. H. Chen, W. T. Tsai, J. L. Shie and Y. H.
      Chen, 2004, “Adsorption of Naphthalene on Zeolite from Aqueous
      Solution,” J. Colloid and Interface Science, 277(1),
      29-34.

    17. J. L.
      Shie, J. P. Lin, C. Y. Chang, S. M. Shih, D. J. Lee and C. H.
      Wu, 2004, “Pyrolysis of Oil Sludge with Additives of Catalytic
      Solid Wastes,” J. Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, 71,
      695-707.

    18. J. L.
      Shie, J. P. Lin, C. Y. Chang, C. H. Wu, D. J. Lee, C. F. Chang
      and Y. H. Chen, 2004, “Oxidative Thermal Treatment of Oil Sludge
      at Low Heating Rates,” Engery & Fuels, 18(5), 1272-1281.

    19. Y. H.
      Chen, C. Y. Chang, W. L. Su, C. C. Chen, C. Y. Chiu, Y. H. Yu,
      P. C. Chiang and Sally I.M. Chiang, 2004, “Modeling Ozone
      Contacting Process in a Rotating Packed Bed,” Industrial &
      Engineering Chemistry Research
      , 43(1), 228-236.

    20. Y. H.
      Chen, C. Y. Chang, C. C. Chen, C. Y. Chiu, Y. H. Yu, P. C.
      Chiang, Y. Ku, J. N. Chen and C. F. Chang, 2004, “Decomposition
      of 2-Mercaptothiazoline in Aqueous Solution by Ozonation,”
      Chemosphere
      , 56(2), 133-140.

    21. Y. H.
      Chen, C. Y. Chang, C. C. Chen, C. Y. Chiu, Y. H. Yu, P. C.
      Chiang, C. F. Chang and Y. Ku, 2004, “Decomposition of
      2-Mercaptothiazoline in Aqueous Solution by  Ozonation with UV
      Radiation,” Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research,
      43(9), 1932-1937.

    22. Y. H.
      Chen, C. Y. Chang, C. C. Chen, C. Y. Chiu, Y. H. Yu, P. C.
      Chiang, C. F. Chang and J. L. Shie, 2004, “Kinetics of Ozonation
      of 2-Mercaptothiazoline in Electroplating Solution,”
      Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research
      , 43(22),
      6935-6942.

    23. C. S.
      Chiou, C. F. Chang, C. Y. Chang, Y. P, Wu, C. T. Chang, Y. S. Li
      and Y. H. Chen, 2004, “Mineralization of Polyethylene Glycol in
      Aqueous Solution by Hydrogen Peroxide with Basic Oxygen Furnace
      Slag,” Environ. Technology, 25(12), 1357-1365.

    24. H. C. Huang, C. Y.
      Chang, Y. H. Chen, J. L. Shie, J. P. Lin and C. H. Wu, 2004,
      “Resources Recovery of Waste Rayon by Pyrolysis: Kinetics
      Study,” J. Chinese Inst. Chem. Eng. (Taiwan), 35(6),
      623-632.

    25. C. S. Chiou, C. F.
      Chang, C. Y. Chang, C. T. Chang and Y. S. Li, 2004, “Degradation
      of 2-Naphthalenesulfonate in Aqueous Solution by Hydrogen
      Peroxide in the Presence of Basic Oxygen Furnace Slag,” J.
      Chinese Inst. Chem. Eng. (Taiwan)
      , 35(4), 417-424.

    26. C. F.
      H. Chang, I. H. Lee, J. L. Shie and C. Y. Chang, 2004,
      “Estimation and Trend Analysis of Biomass Production in River
      Basin in Taiwan: 1. Case in Tamsui River Basin,” J. Chinese
      Inst. Environ. Eng. (Taiwan)
      , 14(1), 1-8.

    27. C. F.
      H. Chang, H. L. Lu, C. Y. Chang, H. W. Ma and Y. H. Chen, 2004,
      “Estimation and Trend Analysis of Biomass Production in River
      Basin in Taiwan: 2. Case in Gaobing River Basin,” J. Chinese
      Inst. Environ. Eng. (Taiwan)
      , 14(1), 9
      -15.

    28. J. L. Shie, C. Y. Chang, J.
      H. Chen, W. T. Tsai, Y. H. Chen, C. S. Chiou and C. F. Chang,
      2005, “Catalytic Oxidation of Naphthalene using a Pt/Al2O3
      Catalyst,” Applied Catalysis B: Environmental,
      58(3-4), 289-297.

    29. Y. H. Chen, C. Y. Chang, W.
      L. Su, C. Y. Chiu, Y. H. Yu, P. C. Chiang, C. F. Chang, J. L.
      Shie, C. S. Chiou and Sally I. M. Chiang, 2005, “Ozonation of CI
      Reactive Black 5 Using Rotating Packed Bed and Completely
      Stirred Tank Reactor,” J. Chemical Technology and
      Biotechnology
      , 80(1), 68-75.

    30. Y. H. Chen, C. Y. Chiu, C.
      Y. Chang, Y. H. Huang, Y. H. Yu, P. C. Chiang, J. L. Shie and C.
      S. Chiou, 2005, “Modeling Ozonation Process with Pollutant in a
      Rotating Packed Bed,” Ind. & Eng. Chemistry Research,
      44(1), 21-29.

    31. Y. H. Chen, C. Y. Chang, S.
      F. Huang, N. C. Shang, C. Y. Chiu, Y. H. Yu, P. C. Chiang, J. L.
      Shie and C.S. Chiou,, 2005, “Decomposition of
      2-Naphthalenesulfonate in Electroplating Solution by Ozonation
      with UV Radiation,” J. Hazardous Materials B, 118(1-3),
      177-183.

    32. C. P. Chu, D. J. Lee and C.
      Y. Chang, 2005, “Energy Demand in Sludge Dewatering,” Water
      Research
      , 39(9), 1858-1869.

    33. C. P. Chu, D. J. Lee and C.
      Y. Chang, 2005, “Energy Requirement of Suspension Dewatering,”
      Separation Science and Technology, 40(9), 1855-1869.


    34. Y. H. Chen, J. L. Shie, C. Y. Chang, K. H. Chen, C. F. Chang, C.
      S. Chiou, C. Y. Chiu, W. L. Su and P. C. Chiang, 2005, “Dynamic
      Model of Bubble Aeration of Volatile Organic Compounds,” J.
      Chinese Inst. Environ. Eng. (Taiwan)
      , 15(1), 37-45.

    35. Y. H. Chen, C. Y. Chang, C.
      C. Chen and C. Y. Chiu, 2006, “Kinetics of Ozonation of
      2-Mercaptothiazoline in an Electroplating Solution Combined with
      UV Radiation,” Ind. & Eng. Chemistry Research, 45(14),
      4936-4943.

    36. C. S. Chiou, Y. H. Chen, C.
      T. Chang, C. Y. Chang, J. L. Shie and Y. S. Li, 2006,
      “Photochemical Mineralization of Di-n-Butyl Phthalate with H2O2/Fe3+,”
      J. Hazardous Materials B, 135(1-3), 344-349.

    37. C. S. Chiou, J. L. Shie, C.
      Y. Chang, C. C. Liu and C. T. Chang, 2006, “Degradation of Di-n-Butyl
      Phthalate Using Photoreactor Packed with TiO2
      Immobilized on Glass Beads,” J. Hazardous
      Materials B
      , 137(2), 1123-1129.

    38. R. M. Wu, D. J. Lee, C. Y.
      Chang and J. L. Shie, 2006, “Fitting TGA Data of Oil Sludge
      Pyrolysis and Oxidation by Applying a Model Free Approximation
      of the Arrhenius Parameters,” J. Analytical and Applied
      Pyrolysis
      , 76, 132-137.


    39. C. S. Chiou, Y. H. Chen, C. Y. Chang, J. L. Shie, C. C. Liu and
      C. T. Chang, 2006, “Photochemical Oxidation of Polyethylene
      Glycol in Aqueous Solution by UV/H2O2
      with Steel Waste,” J. Chinese Inst. Chem. Eng.
      (Taiwan)
      , 37(4), 321-328.


    40. C. S. Chiou, C. Y. Chang, J. L. Shie, C. C. Liu and Y. S. Li,
      2006, “Decoloration of Reactive Black 5 in Aqueous Solution by
      Electro-Fenton Reaction,” J. Environ. Engg. and Managt.
      (formerly, the J. Chinese Inst. Environ. Engg.)
      , 16(4),
      243-248.

    41. C. F. H. Chang, P. L.
      Huang, Y. H. Chen and C. Y. Chang, 2006, “A Comparative Study on
      Key Factors of Sustainable Development Related to Biomass
      Production in Three Major River Basins in Taiwan,” J.
      Environ. Eng. and Manag. (formerly, J. Chinese Inst. Environ.
      Eng.)
      , 16(5), 333-341.

    42. J. Y. Tseng, C. Y. Chang,
      Y. H. Chen, C. F. Chang and P. C. Chiang, 2007 “Synthesis of
      Micro-size Magnetic Polymer Adsorbent and Its Application for
      the Removal of Cu(II) Ion,” Colloids and Surfaces A:
      Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects
      , 295(1-3), 209-216.


    43. K. E. Hsu, C. Y. Chang and C. F. Chang, 2007, “Mass Transfer
      Aspects of


      A
      dsorption
      Removal of Pesticide of Methomyl from Water Using Novel
      Hypercrosslinked Polymer of Macronet MN-100 and Its Regeneration,” Bulletin of the College of
      Engineering, NTU
      , 96, 15-30

    44. J. L. Shie, C. Y. Chang, W.
      K. Tu, Y. C. Yang, J. K. Liao,

      C. C. Tzeng, H. Y. Li, Y. J. Yu,
      C. H. Kuo and L.C. Chang, 2008, “Major Products Obtained from
      Plasma Torch Pyrolysis of Sunflower-oil Cake,” Energy Fuels.
      (In press)

    45. W. K. Tu, J. L. Shie, C. Y.
      Chang, C. F. Chang, C .F. Lin, S. Y. Yang, J. T. Kuo, D. G.
      Shaw, and D. J. Lee, 2008, “Pyrolysis of Rice Straw Using
      Radio-Frequency Plasma,” Energy Fuels. (In press)

    46. Y. D. You, J. L. Shie, C.
      Y. Chang, S. H. Huang, C. Y. Pai, Y. H. Yu and C. F. H. Chang,
      2008, “Economic Cost Analysis of Biodiesel Production: Case in
      Soybean Oil,” Energy Fuels. (In press)

    47. C. F. Chang, C. Y. Chang,
      K. E. Hsu, W. Holl and P.C. Chiang, 2008, “Removal of Pesticide
      of Methomyl by Adsorption Using Novel Hypercrosslinked Polymer
      of Macronet MN-100,”
      J. Environ. Eng. Manage. (In press)

    48. C. F. Chang, C. Y. Chang,
      K. E. Hsu, S. C. Lee, and W. Holl, 2008, “
      Adsorptive
      R
      emoval of the Pesticide
      M
      ethomyl using hypercrosslinked
      p
      olymers,” J. Hazard. Mater. (Accepted)

    49. J. L. Shie, C. H. Lee, C.
      S. Chiou, C. T. Chang, C .C. Chang and C. Y. Chang, 2008,
      “Photodegradation Kinetics of Formaldehyde Using Light Sources
      of UVA, UVC and UVLED in the Presence of Composed Silver
      Titanium Oxide Photocatalyst,” J. Hazard. Mater.
      (Accepted)

    50. Y. H. Chen, C. Y. Chang, J.
      L. Shie and C. S. Chiou, 2008, “Remediation of
      Trichloroethylene-contaminated Soil with Sodium Dodecyl
      Sulfate-containing Solution,” J. Chin. Inst. Chem. Eng.
      (To be submitted)


    51. C. Y. Chang, J. P. Lin, C. H. Wu and K. C. Chen, 2008, “Product
      Characteristics for Pyrolytic Reaction of Tire Tread.” (To be
      submitted)