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Hokkaido University Cross-Appointment team

Ionic liquids are room temperature molten salts showing unique characteristics, such as low-volatility, low-flammability, and high ionic conductivity. Recently the uses of ionic liquids for electrolytes, solvents, CO2 absorbents and so on have been widely studied. We focus on the practical application of green and sustainable materials using ionic liquids.

Team Leader, Dr. Mayumi Nishida 

Theme

  • Development of simple bio-refinery system
  • Development of CO2 membrane separation system
  • Development of Non-humidifying fuel cell system

 

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Development of simple bio-refinery system

We develop a simple bio-refinery system using ionic liquids as a solvent to dissolve biomass materials, such as cellulose, lignin, chitin and chitosan, as well as a support phase to trap a catalyst.

Development of CO2 membrane separation system

We develop CO2 membrane separation system based on fabrication technique of ionic liquid/polymer composite membrane.

Development of Non-humidifying fuel cell system

Protic ionic liquid exhibits not only proton conductivity but also activity for fuel cell electrode reactions. We develop non-humidified fuel cell system using protic ionic liquids. 。

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Members

Position name email
 Team Leader

Technical Application Division, Catalyst Research Center, Hokkaido University. Professor.

Mayumi Nishida  m-nishida
Collaborating Researcher

Fundamental Research Division, Catalyst Research Center, Hokkaido University. Director of CRC, Professor

Kiyotaka Asakura
Collaborating Researcher

Unit for Organic Industrial Catalyst, Catalyst Research Center, Hokkaido University. Guest Professor.

Toshio Sumida
Collaborating Researcher

Technical Application Division, Catalyst Research Center, Hokkaido University. Associate Professor.

Tomohiro Yasuda  t-yasuda

*Please add “@aist.go.jp” after each local part.

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Results

Papers

Dr. Mayumi Nishida

①    A novel and efficient method for the preparation of unstable tetramethylzirconium and its application using a microflow system, Uehata, K.; Nishida, M.; Nishida, A. Chemistry Letters 2012, 41, 73-75.

②    Recent Progress in the Preparation of Organoboron Reagents via Direct Borylations, Tagata, T.; Nishida, M. Journal of Synthetic Organic Chemistry (Japan) 2011, 69, 1211-1220.

③    Continuous-flow C-H Borylation of Arene Derivatives, Tagata, T.; Nishida, M.; Nishida, A. Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 2010, 10, 16626-1666.

④    Development of Recyclable Iridium Catalyst for C-H Borylation, Tagata, T.; Nishida, M.; Nishida, A, Tetrahedron Letters 2009, 50, 6176-6179.

⑤    Pd/C-Catalyzed Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling, Nishida, M. Shokubai 2007, 49, 200-204.

⑥    The Preparation of Pyridylboranes by Lithiation and Their Reactivity in the Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling, Nishida, M. Fine Chemical 2006, 35, 33-39.

 

Dr. Tomohiro Yasuda

①    Miran, M. S.; Yasuda, T.; Susan, M. A. B. H.; Dokko, K.; Watanabe, M.* “Binary Protic Ionic Liquid Mixtures as Proton Conductor: High Fuel Cell Reaction Activity and Facile Proton Transport” J. Phys. Chem. C 2014, 118, 27631-27639.

②    Moon, H.; Tatara, R.; Mandai, T.; Ueno, K.; Yoshida, K.; Tachikawa, N.; Yasuda, T.; Dokko, D.; Watanabe, M.* “Mechanism of Li Ion Desolvation at the Interface of Graphite Electrode and Glyme–Li Salt Solvate Ionic Liquids” J. Phys. Chem. C 2014, 118, 20246-20256.

③    Ueno, K.; Fukai, T.; Nagatsuka, T.; Yasuda, T.; Watanabe, M.* “Solubility of Poly(methyl methacrylate) in Ionic Liquids in Relation to Solvent Parameters” Langmuir 2014, 30. 3228-3235.

④    Yasuda, T.; Kinoshita, H.; Miran, M. S.; Tsuzuki, S.; Watanabe, M.* “Comparative Study on Physicochemical Properties of Protic Ionic Liquids Based on Allylammonium and Propylammonium Cations” J. Chem. Eng. Data. 2013, 139, 2724-273

⑤    Yasuda, T.; Watanabe, M.* “Protic Ionic Liquids: Fuel Cell Applications” MRS Bull. 2013, 38, 560-566.

 

Invited Lectures

Dr. Mayumi Nishida

①    AcademiaとIndustryの懸け橋に、統合物質シンポジウム、2014年12月20日、名古屋大学野依記念学術交流館

②    実用化基盤技術開発部の活動、北大-産総研合同シンポジウム、2014年8月29日、北海道大学触媒化学研究センター

③    The Preparation of Organoboron Reagents via Direct Borylations, The International Startup Symposium of Cutting-Edge Organic Chemistry in Asia (III), 2014年4月19日-22日, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwa

④    Recent Progress in the Preparation of Organoboron Reagents via Direct Borylations, Catalysis and Fine Chemicals 2013, 2013年 12月 1日-5日

⑤    リーダーシップ論、2013年11月21日、東工大

⑥    中規模化学会社の機能製品開発(イオン液体、有機金属触媒)、日本化学経営シンクタンク化学経営研究会、2012年11月21日、北陸先端大品川サテライト

⑦    Recent Progress in KOEI’s Ionic Liquid,  2013 Material Research Science Spring meeting & Exhibit, 2013年 4月 1日-5日、 San Francisco

⑧    広栄化学のイオン液体(スポンサー講演)、第二回イオン液体討論会、 2011年12月16日-17日、 キャンパスプラザ京都

⑨    Development of KOEI’s Ionic Liquids, The 2nd Asia Conference on Ionic Liquids and Green Processes, 2010年9月6日、大連

 

 

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