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学生のNAG, Aniruddhaさんが、14th IUPAC International Conference on Novel Materials and their Synthesis (NMS-XIV)においてexcellent poster prizeを受賞

 学生のNAG, Aniruddhaさん(博士後期課程3年、環境・エネルギー領域金子研究室)が、14th IUPAC International Conference on Novel Materials and their Synthesis (NMS-XIV)においてexcellent poster prizeを受賞しました。

■受賞年月日
 平成30年10月25日

■論文タイトル
Novel molecular designing of solid polymer electrolytes of bio-polybenzimidazole with ultrahigh conductivity

■論文概要
Here we have successfully synthesized bio-based plastic consist of high thermo-mechanical properties comparable with engineering plastics. Polybenzimidazoles (PBIs) are a series of highest thermo-stable polymers attracting researchers' attention because of PBIs have a rigid aromatic structure and hetero rings in their backbone to induce a good stability. However, previously bio-based PBIs have ever been tried to prepare and base on such a background we have used renewable 3-amino-4-hydroxybenzoic acid (3, 4-AHBA) derived from Actinomycetes metabolite to produce bio-based PBI. Also, PBIs have active imidazole hydrogen (-NH) to receive chemical modification. Here we report lithium single-ion conducting polymer electrolyte using organoborane-modified polybenzimidazole (B-PBI) and ionic liquid (IL). The PBI was modified by triethylborane substitution to imidazole proton to create boronated PBI (B-PBI) with Li counter ion. Considerable battery performance was confirmed along with stable interfacial properties while using this as solid polymer electrolyte (SPE).

■受賞にあたって一言
First of all it was an honor for me to present my research outcomes as poster presentation in a conference like-NMS-XIV, co-organized by the 'International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry' (IUPAC). I could meet with enormous number of researchers from China and many other countries who are working on the same field as mine. Moreover, I am thankful to organizing committee to consider my research for the excellent poster prize. I would like to convey my humble gratitude to Professor Tatsuo Kaneko for his continuous support, guidance and encouragement. I am also immensely grateful to Professor Noriyoshi Matsumi and former Asst. Prof. Raman Vedarajan for their necessary guidance. Lastly I would like to thank all of my lab members for their continuous support.

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平成30年11月19日

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