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Peer reviews: (1) Journalof the American Chemical Society, (2) Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society, (3) Angewandte Chemie, (4) Chemical Science, (5) Chemistry - A European Journal, (6) Chemical Communications, (7) New Journal of Chemistry, (8) Chemistry Open, (9) Chemistry Letters, (10) Bulletin of Chemical Society of Japan, (11) International Journal of Molecular Sciences, (12) Frontiers in Chemistry, (13) Nature Communications, (14) Science China Chemistry

(15) Journal of Physical Chemistry C (Journal of Physical Chemistry, Journal of Physical Chemistry B), (16)Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics

(17) Analytical Chemistry, (18) Inorganic Chemistry, (19) Coordination Chemistry Reviews

(20) Chemistry of Materials, (21) Accounts of Materials Research, (22) Journal of Materials Chemistry A (Journal of Materials Chemistry), (23) Advanced Materials, (24) Advanced Functional Materials, (25) Journal of Materials Science, (26) Materials Letters, (27)Materials Chemistry and Physics, (28) Journal of Solid State Chemistry, (29) Solid State Sciences, (30) Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, (31) Dyes and Pigments, (32) Journal of Alloys and Compounds, (33) Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, (34) Materials (MDPI), (35) Polymer

(36) Langmuir, (37) ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, (38) Colloids and Surfaces A, (39) Applied Surface Science, (40) e-Journal of Surface Science and Nanotechnology, (41) Thin Solid Films

(42) ACS Catalysis, (43) Catalysis Science & Technology, (44) Journal of Catalysis, (45) Applied Catalysis A, (46) Applied Catalysis B, (47) Journal of Molecular Catalysis A, (48) Catalysis Letters, (49) Catalysis Today, (50) Topics in Catalysis, (51)Catalysis Communications, (52) Current Catalysis, (53) Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiochemistry A

(54) Environmental Science and Technology, (55) Chemosphere, (56) Journal of Air & Waste Management Association, (57) Journal of Hazardous Materials, (58) Journal of Clearner Production, (59) International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, (60) Nano Energy, (61) Fuel, (62) Joule, (63) Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, (64) ACS Susutainable Chemistry and Engineering, (65) ACS Applied Energy Materials, (66) ChemSusChem

(67) Chemical Engineering Journal, (68) Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, (69) Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, (70) Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, (71) Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, (72) International Journal of Thermal Sciences

(73) Chemical Physics Letters

Welcome to the website of Surface Chemistry Laboratory. Thank you for your access. Dr. Izumi is a chemist in the fields of surface chemistry and X-ray spectroscopy. This webpage presents research fulfillments, research topics in progress, and the future prospects of his group at the Graduate School of Science, Chiba University, Japan. The research aim is to precisely observe the surface process of catalysis and environmental science, to design chemical models of high function, and to feed back to the environment and energy saving. The daily life to find the laws hidden in nature and to discover the methods to precisely analyze the nature is steady and persistent. However, news describes what I feel during such daily life. I am very happy if you bookmark this page.