(Last updated : 2017-08-30 15:13:43)
  Hikichi Shiro
   Kanagawa University  Faculty of Engineering Department of Material and Life Chemistry
   Professor
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2014/07/21 CATALYTIC ALKANE HYDROXYLATION BY NICKEL COMPLEXES THROUGH PEROXIDES ACTIVATION (41st International Conference on Coordination Chemistry)
2. 2014/07/21 Alkane Oxidation by Immobilized Metal Complex Catalysts: Effect of Surface Density of Ligands (41th International Conference on Coordination Chemistry)
3. 2014/07/14 Catalytic Alkane Hydroxylation by Nickel Complexes with mCPBA (XXVI International Conference on Organometallic Chemistry)
4. 2013/08/05 Bio-inspired Immobilized Metallocomplex Catalysts with Imidazolyl Group Containing Ligands Mimicking Active Sites of Non-heme Metalloenzymes (The 16th International Symposium on Relations between Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysis)
5. 2013/08/05 Reactivity Control of Immobilized Metal Complex Catalysts by the Ligand Site Density on Material Surface (The 16th International Symposium on Relations between Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysis)
■ Book and Papers
1. Papers Immobilization of a Boron Center-functionalized Scorpionate Ligand on Mesoporous Silica Supports for Heterogeneous Tp-based Catalysts  (Collaboration)  2017/03
2. Papers Formation of Ru Active Species by Ion-exchange Method for Aqueous Phase Reforming of Acetic Acid  (Collaboration)  2016/11
3. Papers A pseudotetrahedral nickel(II) complex with a tridentate oxazoline-based scorpionate ligand: chlorido[tris(4,4-dimethyloxazolin-2-yl)- phenylborato]nickel(II)  (Collaboration)  2016/11
4. Papers Synthesis, Characterization and Aerobic Alcohol Oxidation Catalysis of Palladium(II) Complexes with a Bis(imidazolyl)borate ligand  (Collaboration)  2016/06
5. Papers Characterization of Mononuclear Non-heme Iron(III)-SuperoxoComplex with a Five-Azole Ligand Set  (Collaboration)  2015/05
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■ Belonging society
1. 1999/06~ Catalysis Society of Japan
2. 1999/01~ American Chemical Society
3. 1990/01~ Chemical Society of Japan
■ Research topic, funded research, and department laboratory expense
1. 2016/10~  Development of organic-inorganic hybrid catalysts for methane oxidation 
2. 2006/04~  Development of biomimetic oxidation catalysts 
■ Home Page
   http://apchem2.kanagawa-u.ac.jp/hikichilab/sub5.html
■ Research Field
1. 2001/03 Progress Award for Young Chemist, Chemical Society of Japan
■ Present specialized field
Inorganic chemistry, Biomimetic chemistry, Catalytic chemistry (Key Word:Coordination chemistry, Cataltic chemistry, Bioinorganic chemistry, Organometallic chemistry)