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New Energy Materials Science Laboratory
Tsuyoshi Arai
Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
College of Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering in Master's Program
Regional Environment Systems in Doctoral Program
Location: Toyosu Campus
Laboratory Overview
Development of an advanced resource-recycling technologies for the sustainable society
In order to realize a sustainable society, it is essential to construct a resource supply system in our country. Therefore, we have been developing an advanced separation and recovery technologies for the efficient use of resources by the wet process.
Research Outputs You can review research papers in the website below.
Laboratory Research Field
Separation Ion Exchange Solvent Extraction Extraction Chromatography Ionic Liquid
Reprocessing Urban Mine Vitrification    
Recent Research Topics
Minor Actinide Separation using Extraction Chromatography Recovery of Platinum Group Metals using Ionic Liquid Vitrification for Low Level Liquid Waste by Iron Phosphate Glass    
Affiliated Conferences
Atomic Energy Society of Japan The Mining and Materials Processing Institute of Japan Japan Society of Ion Exchange The Resources Processing Society of Japan  
Related Industries
Nuclear Power Plant (Reprocessing) Mining (Recovery of Resources)      
Applicable Industrial Fields
Instruments and Devices in this Laboratory
Inductively Coupled Plasma Emission Analysis Device Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer UV-visible Spectrophotometer    
Research Seeds