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Faculty of Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, IWATE UNIVERSITY
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SUZUKI EiichiAssistant Professor

Affiliation Faculty of Engineering
Department of Chemistry and Bioengineering

Graduate School of Engineering
·Master's Programs
Chemistry and Bioengineering
·Doctoral Programs
Frontier Matter and Function Engineering
Keywords Molecular Spectra, Quantum Chemical Calculation, Luminescent Materials
Summary Understanding the structure and electronic state of a complex of weakly-bonded molecules, which is formed in the early stages of a chemical reaction, is important in clarifying the mechanism of the reaction and designing a new reaction. In my laboratory, we are seeking to identify the properties of molecular complexes trapped in low-temperature solids such as rare gases and nitrogen by using various spectra and quantum chemical calculations. In response to a demand for highly efficient luminescent materials that convert energy to lights without much loss for various applications such as displays, lighting and lasers, our efforts are also focused on studying in detail the process of molecular energy deactivation by controlling the microenvironment surrounding a luminescent organic molecule in order to improve the efficiency.
Research Fields Molecular Spectroscopy, Quantum Chemistry, Chemistry and Physics of Excited States
Subjects Chemistry and Bioengineering Exercises, Chemistry and Bioengineering Laboratory
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