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List of Presentations
Yuta Tsuji Last modified date:2022.04.14

Associate Professor / Faculty of Engineering Sciences


Presentations
1. 辻雄太,吉澤一成, Orbital Correlation Diagram for Understanding Surface Reactions, 日本化学会第101春季年会2021, 2021.03.
2. 辻雄太,橋本航,堀幹矢,吉澤一成, How to discover new electrides
, 日本化学会第100春季年会2020, 2020.03.
3. 辻雄太,吉澤一成, Adsorption and Activation of Methane on the (110) Surface of IrO2
, Materials Research Meeting 2019, 2019.12.
4. 辻雄太,吉澤一成, Mathematical Approach for Molecular Conduction
, Materials Research Meeting 2019, 2019.12.
5. 辻雄太,吉澤一成, Adsorption and Activation of Methane on Metal Oxide Surface
, 日本化学会第99春季年会2019, 2019.03.
6. 辻雄太,吉澤一成, Effects of Electron-Phonon Coupling on Quantum Interference in Polyenes, IRCCS The 2nd International Symposium, 2019.01.
7. 辻雄太,吉澤一成, Activation of Methane on the Surface of Rutile-Type Metal Dioxides, A Satellite Symposium to celebrate Prof. Kenichi Fukui's 100th birthday, 2018.10.
8. Yuta Tsuji, Kazunari Yoshizawa, Frontier Orbital Perspective for Electron Transport in Alternant and Nonalternant Hydrocarbons
, ICPAC 2018, 2018.03, The wave-particle duality of electrons gives rise to quantum interference (QI) in single
molecular devices. A significant challenge to be addressed in molecular electronics is to
further develop chemical intuition to understand and predict QI features. In this study, an
orbital rule is markedly ameliorated so that it can capture the manifestation of QI not only in
alternant hydrocarbons but also in nonalternant ones. The orbital-based prediction about the
occurrence of QI in a nonalternant hydrocarbon shows good agreement with experimental
results. A simple perturbation theoretic line of reasoning suggests that frontier orbital phase
and splitting play a pivotal role in QI phenomena..
9. Yuta Tsuji,Kazunari Yoshizawa, Quantum Interference in Molecular Conductance through Alternant and Non-Alternant Hydrocarbons, 日本化学会第98春季年会, 2018.03, The wave-particle duality of electrons gives rise to quantum interference (QI) in single
molecular devices. A significant challenge to be addressed in molecular electronics is to
further develop chemical intuition to understand and predict QI features. In this study, an
orbital rule is markedly ameliorated so that it can capture the manifestation of QI not only in
alternant hydrocarbons but also in nonalternant ones. The orbital-based prediction about the
occurrence of QI in a nonalternant hydrocarbon shows good agreement with experimental
results. A simple perturbation theoretic line of reasoning suggests that frontier orbital phase
and splitting play a pivotal role in QI phenomena..
10. Yuta Tsuji,Kazunari Yoshizawa, Frontier Orbital Perspective for Quantum Interference in Alternant and Nonalternant Hydrocarbons, IRCCS-JST CREST Joint Symposium “Chemical sciences facing difficult challenges”, 2018.01, The wave-particle duality of electrons gives rise to quantum interference (QI) in single
molecular devices. A significant challenge to be addressed in molecular electronics is to
further develop chemical intuition to understand and predict QI features. In this study, an
orbital rule is markedly ameliorated so that it can capture the manifestation of QI not only in
alternant hydrocarbons but also in nonalternant ones. The orbital-based prediction about the
occurrence of QI in a nonalternant hydrocarbon shows good agreement with experimental
results. A simple perturbation theoretic line of reasoning suggests that frontier orbital phase
and splitting play a pivotal role in QI phenomena..