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Quantum Physics of Solid State

Researchers in Materials Physics are searching for ways to control atomic arrangements and bonding states of materials, and developing revolutionary functional materials.
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Investigations of the novel properties observed for nanostructured materials such as metallic thin films, nanocrystalline metals, metallic ultrafine particles and amorphous alloys.

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Our group focuses on the development of novel functional alloys including shape memory alloys, superelastic alloys, gum metals, biomedical Ti-base alloys, etc. by controlling atomic arrangement, crystal structure, nano structure, alloy composition and heat-treatment.

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We focus on the atomistic dynamics and properties of individual nanostructures, i.e., single-atom wires, nanocontacts, nanotubes, and nanocapsules, studied by in situ high-resolution transmission electron microscopy.

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The objective of our research is to develop novel materials with advanced light-responsive functionalities, accompanying changes of optical, magnetic, and electric properties. Metal complexes and metal oxides are the main target materials in our research.

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We are investigating physical properties of single-wall carbon nanotubes which were born in Tsukuba in 1993, towards novel industrial applications utilizing there intrinsic high performance using our precise structure sorting technique.

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