CHUN, Wang Jae

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Name
CHUN, Wang Jae
URL
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4084-3603
Affiliation
International Christian University
Section
College of Liberal Arts Division of Arts and Sciences
Job title
Professor
Research funding number
40344501

Research Areas

 
 

Committee Memberships

 
2012
 - 
Today
Japanese XAFS society
 

Published Papers

 
Effects of Mesopore Internal Surfaces on the Structure of Immobilized Pd-Bisphosphine Complexes Analyzed by Variable-Temperature XAFS and Their Catalytic Performances Catalysts
Ken Motokura, Takuma Fukuda, Yohei Uemura, Daiju Matsumura, Marika Ikeda, Masayuki Nambo and Wang-Jae Chun
8(3) 106   Jan 2018   [Refereed]
Platinum clusters with precise numbers of atoms for preparative-scale catalysis
Takane Imaoka, Yuki Akanuma, Naoki Haruta, Shogo Tsuchiya, Kentaro Ishihara, Takeshi Okayasu, Wang-Jae Chun, Masaki Takahashi & Kimihisa Yamamoto
Nature Communications   8(688) 1-8   Sep 2017   [Refereed]
Finely controlled multimetallic nanocluster catalysts for solvent-free aerobic oxidation of hydrocarbons
Masaki Takahashi, Hiromu Koizumi, Wang-Jae Chun, Makoto Kori, Takane Imaoka, Kimihisa Yamamoto
Science Advances   3(7) e1700101   Jul 2017   [Refereed]
Concerted Catalysis in Tight Spaces: Palladium-Catalyzed Allylation Reactions Accelerated by Accumulated Active Sites in Mesoporous Silica
Ken Motokura, Marika Ikeda, Masayuki Nambo, Wang-Jae Chun, Kiyotaka Nakajima, Shinji Tanaka
ChemCatChem   9(15) 2924-2929   Jun 2017   [Refereed]
SiO2-Supported Rh Catalyst for Efficient Hydrosilylation of Olefins Improved by Simultaneously Immobilized Tertiary Amines
Ken Motokura, Kyogo Maeda, Wang-Jae Chun
ACS Catalysis   7(7) 4637-4641   Jun 2017   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Surface structure of Ni on TiO2(110) surface
CHUN, Wang Jae, "Koike, Y.; Ijima, K.; Fujikawa, K.; Chun, W. J.; Asakura, K.; Iwasawa, Y."
   2004

Books etc

 
Foundations and applications of XAFS
Jul 2017   
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Vol. 5: X-ray and Neutron Techniques for Nanomaterials Characterization, (Editor Challa S.S.R. Kumar): X-ray absorption fine structure analysis of catalytic nanomaterials
Wang-Jae Chun, Satoru Takakusagi, Yohei Uemura, Kyoko K.-Bando, Kiyotaka Asakura (Part:Joint Work)
Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, Germany   2016   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Concerted Catalysis between Metal Complexes and Organic Amines on Surface for Significant Acceleration of Organic Synthesis
Ken Motokura, Kyogo Maeda, Marika Ikeda, Masayuki Nambo, Wang-Jae Chun, Kiyotaka Nakajima, Shinji Tanaka
International Symposium on Novel Energy Nanomaterials, Catalysts and Surfaces for Future Earth   27 Oct 2017   
Development of XANAM toward Chemical Analysis of Nanostructures on Surfaces
S. Suzuki, S. Mukai, W.-J. Chun, M. Nomura, K. Asakura
International Symposium on Novel Energy Nanomaterials, Catalysts and Surfaces for Future Earth   27 Oct 2017   
The local structure of Cu-SURMOFs on TiO2(110) determined by Polarization-dependent Total Reflection Fluorescence XAFS
W.-J. Chun, M. Hashismoto, T. Kondo
International Symposium on Novel Energy Nanomaterials, Catalysts and Surfaces for Future Earth   27 Oct 2017   
Concerted Catalysis by Immobilized Rh Complex and Tertiary Amine on a Same Surface for Efficient Hydrosilylation of Olefins
Kyogo Maeda, Ken Motokura, Wang-Jae Chun
Swedish-Japanese Workshop on Nano-Structure Science by Novel Light Sources   2 Oct 2017   
Concerted Catalysis by Immobilized Rh Complex and Tertiary Amine on a Same Silica Surface for Efficient Hydrosilylation of Olefins
Ken Motokura, Kyogo Maeda, Wang-Jae Chun
13th European Congress on Catalysis (EUROPACAT2017)   27 Aug 2017   

Research Grants & Projects

 
XAFS studies of functional materials
The research is focused to determine the structure of nano-clusters and molecular metal complexes by in-situ XAFS technique. The obtained fundamental knowledge will enlighten the relationship between structure and chemical or physical properties.
Creation of functional well-defined metal oxide surfaces
This research is focused to challenge to create a new functional material by the synergy of bottom-up and top-down molecular chemistry approaches on well-defined metal oxides surfaces.
Surface Chemistry of Catalysts
The research is focused to explore the chemical and physical properties governing catalytic activity and selectivity by surface scientific approaches. The obtained fundamental knowledge can be a guiding principle in designing catalysts.
Growth orientation controlled Surface-anchored Metal Organic Framework