The Environment Functional Materials Division addresses the major strategic needs of the nation in environmental protection and sustainable development by creating novel materials for water purification and environmentally friendly, lead-free electronic materials to minimize and remove pollutants in water. Through basic research and development, we hope to provide a scientific basis for critical material techniques and stimulate new technological developments for related industries.
♦ Adsorbents for the Removal of Heavy Metal Ions
♦ Ion-exchange Materials for the Removal of Heavy Metal Ions
♦ Catalytic Materials for the Removal of Carcinogenic Anions
♦ Visible-light-activated Photocatalytic Materials
♦ Environmentally Friendly, Lead-free Electronic Materials
Schematic illustration of the photocatalytic inactivation of bacteria during daylight and night.
Visible-light degradation of organic matter by photocatalyst.
Grain boundary sliding and cracking in Sn-based alloys under electrical loading.
Physical and chemical adsorption analyzer.
Ion chromatography for water quality analysis.
Fluorescence microscope for biological observations.
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