English Abstract

Department of Chemistry and Biological Sciences, Inorganic Materials Chemistry (Hirahara) Laboratory.

Hidetoshi HIRAHARA
Faculty of Science and Engineering, Department of Chemistry and Biological Sciences, Chemistry course, Iwate University, Ueda, Morioka, Iwate, Japan
Nippon Gomu Kyokaishi,(2023),96(7),192-198 General Review in Japanese

In the Inorganic Materials Chemistry Laboratory of the Chemistry Course, Faculty of Science and Technology, Iwate University, faculty and students work together to develop manufacturing human resources and conduct practical research based on industry-academia collaboration to improve the technological capabilities of manufacturing companies. We are working on development. Manufacturing requires shaping. In order to demonstrate processing technology, surface treatment technology required for the process, molding processing technology, composite bonding technology, and mounting technology such as assembly, bonding, and wiring, we are conducting research on surface interface analysis and clarification of the bonding mechanism. Ifm here. I will introduce the outline of the research in this laboratory.

Keywords: Molecular Bonding, Dissimilar Material Composite, AFM-nanoIR, Surface Interface, Bonding