Updated on 2022/11/27

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HASAN, Md Mahmudul
 
Affiliation
Research Council (Research Organization), Research Organization for Nano & Life Innovation
Job title
Junior Researcher(Assistant Professor)

Education

  • 2019.04
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    2022.03

    Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology   School of Materials Science   Doctor of Philosophy  

Degree

  • Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology   Ph.D. in Materials Science

Research Experience

  • 2022.05
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    Now

    Waseda University   Research Organization for Nano & Life Innovation   Junior Researcher (Assistant Professor), Homma Lab

  • 2022.04
     
     

    Waseda University   Research Assistant

Professional Memberships

  • 2022.07
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    Now

    The Surface Finishing Society of Japan

 

Research Areas

  • Energy chemistry

  • Material processing and microstructure control

  • Nanomaterials

  • Nanometer-scale chemistry

Research Interests

  • Magnetic Nanostructures

  • Fuel cell

  • Electroless Deposition

  • Electrodeposition

  • Hierarchical Metal Nanostructure

  • Nanostructure

  • Nanomaterials

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Papers

  • Studies on H+ ions conducting bio-polymer blend electrolyte based on alginate-PVA doped with NH4NO3

    N. M. Ghazali, A. F. Fuzlin, M. A. Saadiah, Md. M. Hasan, Y. Nagao, A. S. Samsudin

    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids   598   121939 - 121939  2022.12

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  • Studies on the ions transportation behavior of alginate doped with H+ carrier-based polymer electrolytes

    A.F. Fuzlin, N.F. Mazuki, N.M. Khan, M.A. Saadiah, Md M. Hasan, Y. Nagao, A.S. Samsudin

    Materials Chemistry and Physics   287   126207 - 126207  2022.08

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    In the present work, amorphous bio-based polymer electrolytes (BBPEs) using alginate polymer as a matrix host and doped with varying amounts of ammonium iodide (NH4I) have been developed via the solution casting technique. The physicochemical properties of alginate-NH4I BBPEs were evaluated by using X-Ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscope (SEM), Fourier transform infrared (FTIR), thermal gravimetric analysis (TGA), electrical impedance spectroscopy (EIS), and transference number measurement (TNM). The BBPEs film containing 25 wt % of NH4I possessed the highest ionic conductivity of 1.29 × 10−4 S cm−1, the highest amorphous phase, and good thermal stability of up to 234 °C. Based on the Nyquist fitting approaches, the ionic conductivity of the BBPEs was primarily influenced by the ion transportation, which was due to the interplay of segmental motion between the alginate and NH4I, and also the H+ hopping mechanism, as shown by FTIR. The proton transference number (tH+ = 0.41) suggests that alginate BBPEs are promising materials in electrochemical device applications.

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  • Facile fabrication of GCE/Nafion/Ni composite, a robust platform to detect hydrogen peroxide in basic medium via oxidation reaction

    Md. Fahamidul Islam, Md. Tarikul Islam, Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Mohammed M. Rahman, Yuki Nagao, Mohammad A. Hasnat

    Talanta   240   123202 - 123202  2022.04

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    Nickel particles alone can oxidize hydrogen peroxide but confronts extreme stability problem which imparts a barrier to act as sensor. The porous Nafion bed on glassy carbon electrode (GCE) surface provides the sureness of incorporating of Ni particles which was further exploited as an electrochemical sensor for H2O2 detection through oxidative degradation process. The simple electrochemical incorporation of Ni particles along the pores of Nafion improves the stability of the sensor significantly. The oxidative pathway of hydrogen peroxide on GCE/Nafion/Ni was probed by analyzing mass transfer dependent linear sweep voltammograms both in static and rotating modes along with chronoamperometry. An electron transfer step determines the overall reaction rate with k°= 2.72 × 10−4 cm s−1, which is supported by the values of transfer coefficient (β) in between (0.68–0.75). Sensing performance was evaluated by recording differential pulse voltammograms (DPVs) with the linear detection limit (LOD) of 1.8 μM and linear dynamic range (LDR) of 5–500 μM. Real samples from industrial sources were successfully quantified with excellent reproducibility mark GCE/Nafion/Ni electrode as an applicable sensor.

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  • Involvement of ethylene carbonate on the enhancement H+ carriers in structural and ionic conduction performance on alginate bio-based polymer electrolytes

    A.F. Fuzlin, M.A. Saadiah, Md.M. Hasan, Y. Nagao, I.I. Misnon, A.S. Samsudin

    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy   47 ( 12 ) 7846 - 7860  2022.02

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    This study investigates the structural and ionic conduction performance with the involvement of ethylene carbonate (EC) in a bio-based polymer electrolytes (BBPEs) system, based on alginate doped glycolic acid (GA). The solution casting technique was used to successfully prepare the BBPEs which were characterized with various approaches to evaluate their ionic conduction performance. It was revealed that at ambient temperature, an optimum ionic conductivity of 9.06 × 10−4 S cm−1 was achieved after the addition of 6 wt% EC, with an observed improvement of the amorphous phase and thermal stability. The enhancement of ionic conduction properties is believed to be due to the protonation (H+) enhancement, as proven by FTIR and TNM studies. The findings show that the developed alginate-GA-EC is a promising candidate for use as electrolytes in electrochemical devices that are based on H+ carriers.

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  • Efficient sensing of hydrogen peroxide via electrocatalytic oxidation reactions using polycrystalline Au electrode modified with controlled thiol group immobilization

    Anim Dutta, Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Md. Rezwan Miah, Yuki Nagao, Mohammad A. Hasnat

    Electrochimica Acta   395   139217 - 139217  2021.11

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    Hydrogen peroxide is widely used in various industries for the synthesis of different chemicals and often applied as a fuel in fuel cells instead of oxygen. Thus, quick detection of hydrogen peroxide is important, and consequently the development of a cost-saving methodology is a time-worthy necessity. A Polycrystalline Au [Au(pc)] electrode does not show significant electrocatalytic performance concerning H2O2 oxidation reaction. The catalytic performance is improved tremendously while Au(110) and Au(100) sites of Au(pc) surface are selectively blocked with the thiol group adsorption keeping Au(111) sites unblocked in an alkaline medium. In this article, cysteine molecules were used as the source of the thiol functional group which has coverage on Au(111) with a value of 3.47 × 10−10 mol cm−2. While Cysteine molecules are partially adsorbed on Au(110) and Au(100) sites, the unblocked Au(111) sites receive a partially positive charge, which is assumed to catalyze the oxidation of anionic species(HO2−). The current response vs H2O2 concentration relationship showed a wide linear dynamic range (LDR) between 1 and 3000 µM with LOD of 0.8 µM having a sensitivity of 58.68 µA mM−1 cm−2. In this article, detailed electrochemical investigations and characterizations of the developed sensor have been attained using cyclic voltammetric (CV), square wave voltammetric (SWV), and amperometric techniques.

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  • Accumulation of Sulfonic Acid Groups Anchored in Covalent Organic Frameworks as an Intrinsic Proton‐Conducting Electrolyte

    Lipeng Zhai, Yuze Yao, Baiwei Ma, Md Mahmudul Hasan, Yuxi Han, Liwei Mi, Yuki Nagao, Zhongping Li

    Macromolecular Rapid Communications   43 ( 1 ) 2100590 - 2100590  2021.10

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    Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are a novel class of crystalline porous polymers, which possess high porosity, excellent stability, and regular nanochannels. 2D COFs provide a 1D nanochannel to form the proton transport channels. The abovementioned features afford a powerful potential platform for designing materials as proton transportation carriers. Herein, the authors incorporate sulfonic acid groups on the pore walls as proton sources for enhancing proton transport conductivity in the 1D channel. Interestingly, the sulfonic acid COFs (S-COFs) electrolytes being binder free exhibit excellent proton conductivity of ≈1.5 × 10−2 S cm−1 at 25 ℃ and 95% relative humidity (RH), which rank the excellent performance in standard proton-conducting electrolytes. The S-COFs electrolytes keep the high proton conduction over the 24 h. The activation energy is estimated to be as low as 0.17 eV, which is much lower than most reported COFs. This research opens a new window to evolve great potential of structural design for COFs as the high proton-conducting electrolytes.

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  • Electrocatalytic oxidation of ammonia in the neutral medium using Cu2O.CuO film immobilized on glassy carbon surface

    Fazle Shabik, Mahmudul Hasan, K.A. Alamry, Mohammed M. Rahman, Yuki Nagao, Mohammad A. Hasnat

    Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry   897   115592 - 115592  2021.08

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    Electrocatalytic ammonia oxidation reaction (AOR) was executed on the copper oxide layer, electrochemically deposited on a glassy carbon electrode (GCE) surface. The XPS analysis revealed that the oxide film contains 80% Cu(I) and 20% Cu(II) species. The EIS analysis suggests that the resultant surface can catalyze ammonia oxidation reactions efficiently. The as prepared GCE-Cu2O.CuO favored the neutral medium for executing AOR with a degradation rate of 3.76 × 10−4 mol min−1 cm−2. Kinetic investigation shows that ammonia oxidation involves a three electron transfer first-order reaction. Tafel analysis of current–potential polarization curves indicates that species such as NH3 or NHads and NH2ads intermediates do not influence the reaction rate, which made the electrode unique for carrying out AOR. The formal potential value of AOR was evaluated to be ~0.7 V vs Ag/AgCl (sat.KCl) having standard rate constant (k°) of 5.52 × 10−6 cm/s.

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  • Christmas‐Tree‐Shaped Palladium Nanostructures Decorated on Glassy Carbon Electrode for Ascorbic Acid Oxidation in Alkaline Condition

    Mahmudul Hasan, Yuki Nagao

    ChemistrySelect   6 ( 24 ) 5885 - 5892  2021.06

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    Christmas-tree-shaped Pd nanostructures were synthesized using a simple one-step electrodeposition method with no additives on a glassy carbon electrode (GCE) surface. Growth of the hierarchical nanostructures was optimized through the applied potential, deposition time, and precursor concentration. Comprehensive characterization techniques such as scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), X-ray powder diffraction (XRD), and cyclic voltammetry (CV) were used to characterize structural features of the Christmas-tree-shaped Pd nanostructures. Our Christmas-tree-shaped Pd nanostructures showed excellent catalytic activity for ascorbic acid (AA) electro-oxidation in the alkaline condition. The modified electrode exhibited current density of 4.5 mA cm−2: much higher than that of unmodified GCE (0.6 mA cm−2). This simple electrodeposition technique with well-defined hierarchical Pd nanostructures is expected to offer new perspectives using Pd-based nanostructured surfaces in different research areas.

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  • Intrinsic proton conduction in 2D sulfonated covalent organic frameworks through a post-synthetic strategy

    Yuwei Zhang, Chunzhi Li, Zhaohan Liu, Yuze Yao, Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Qianyu Liu, Jieqiong Wan, Zhongping Li, He Li, Yuki Nagao

    CrystEngComm   23 ( 36 ) 6234 - 6238  2021

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    <p>Two-dimensional covalent organic frameworks (2D COFs) have attracted much attentions in proton conduction, owing to their regular pore channels and easy functionalization. However, most of COFs required the loading of...</p>

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  • Sulfonated Triazine-Based Porous Organic Polymers for Excellent Proton Conductivity

    Zhongping Li, Zhaohan Liu, He Li, MdMahmudul Hasan, Athchaya Suwansoontorn, Gang Du, Dongjin Wang, Yuwei Zhang, Yuki Nagao

    ACS Applied Polymer Materials   2 ( 8 ) 3267 - 3273  2020.08

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    Proton-exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs) are a highly promising green and environmentally friendly way to serve the sustainable development of human civilization. However, high-cost synthesis and pollution problems of perfluorinated sulfonic acid membranes are still not resolved. In this research, we designed and constructed porous organic polymers (POPs) with high porosity and excellent stability via the Friedel-Crafts acylation reaction using commercial products as building blocks and low-cost FeCl3 as a catalyst through a simple operation. POP-BP-1 was successfully synthesized using 1,4-bis(chloromethyl)benzene as a cross-linking agent and reactant. POP-BP-TPOT was prepared using 2,4,6-Triphenoxy-1,3,5-Triazine (TPOT) as a building unit into the skeleton of POP-BP-1. Sulfonated POPs (S-POPs) were densely decorated with sulfonic acid groups by postsulfonation. POP-BP-TPOT with abundant triazine units and sulfonic acid groups showed high water uptake. The sulfonated triazine-based polymer showed excellent proton conductivity up to 10-2 S cm-1 at 95% relative humidity (RH) under 25 °C and low activation energy of 0.19 eV. Fuel-cell test was also demonstrated using the polymer. This research suggests that the construction of S-POPs opens a suitable method to design high proton-conducting materials.

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  • Simple and universal synthesis of sulfonated porous organic polymers with high proton conductivity

    Li, Z., Yao, Y., Wang, D., Hasan, M.M., Suwansoontorn, A., Li, H., Du, G., Liu, Z., Nagao, Y.

    Materials Chemistry Frontiers   4 ( 8 ) 2339 - 2345  2020

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    Along with the rapid development of economic integration and regional economization worldwide, the growth of green and sustainable resources has posed a major concern. Proton-exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs) are examples of green, resource-conserving, and environmentally protective energy resources. Porous organic polymers (POPs), a new class of porous materials with high porosity, permanent pores, excellent stability, and easily modified functional units, can offer a good platform as proton-conducting electrolytes for fuel cells. However, a simple and general design to construct POPs with high proton conductivity presents a challenging project. For this study, we used simple benzene and aromatic benzene as building units through a facile and cost-effective process to create a series of POPs. We further prepared sulfonated POPs (S-POPs) with high-density sulfonic acid groups via post-sulphonation. The S-POPs displayed excellent proton conductivity up to 10-2 S cm-1 at 25 °C and 95% relative humidity (RH), and high conductivity up to 10-1 S cm-1 at 80 °C and 95% RH, which ranked top among the most proton-conducting POPs. These results suggest that construction of S-POPs offers a simple and universal way to evolve structural designs for high proton-conductive materials. This journal is

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  • A simple and cost-effective synthesis of ionic porous organic polymers with excellent porosity for high iodine capture

    Li, Z., Li, H., Wang, D., Suwansoontorn, A., Du, G., Liu, Z., Hasan, M.M., Nagao, Y.

    Polymer   204  2020

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    Porous organic polymers (POPs) are excellent adsorbent candidates owing to their high porosity, permanent pore, and well-designed structure. Ionic porous organic polymers (i-POPs) are a special type of POPs, which can greatly improve the capacity of guest molecules through electrostatic interactions. However, most reported i-POPs have shortcomings such as low porosity and high-cost synthesis procedure. With these considerations in mind, several ionic porous organic polymers (i-POP-BP-BPTMs) have been successfully designed and synthesized by using the commercial and simple-synthesized building units via a simple and cost-effective process. i-POP-BP-BPTMs indicated excellent porosity including the highest BET surface area (1491–1753 m2 g−1) and the best pore volume (2.19–2.94 cm3 g−1) among most reported ionic POPs. Interestingly, i-POP-BP-BPTM was found to be highly effective in iodine vapor capture up to 415 wt%, which is higher than the value of all reported ionic POPs. These results offer a new way to design and construct functional ionic POPs.

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  • Electroless Deposition of Silver Dendrite Nanostructure onto Glassy Carbon Electrode and Its Electrocatalytic Activity for Ascorbic Acid Oxidation

    Hasan, M.M., Rakib, R.H., Hasnat, M.A., Nagao, Y.

    ACS Applied Energy Materials   3 ( 3 ) 2907 - 2915  2020

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    Well-defined silver dendrite nanostructures with primary and secondary branches on a glassy carbon electrode (GCE) surface are first demonstrated using a simple wet chemical electroless deposition method without any aid of a surfactant. The properties of dendrite structures were characterized using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX), X-ray powder diffraction (XRD), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), cyclic voltammetry (CV), and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS). Results of XPS and XRD indicated that most of the silver particles were not oxidized. The obtained silver dendrite GCE (Ag/GCE) showed high electrochemical activity toward catalytic oxidation for ascorbic acid (AA). The oxidation process followed a stepwise mechanism at slower scan rates (υ < 0.15 V s-1) and a concerted mechanism at faster scan rates (υ > 0.15 V s-1). The silver nanostructures are stable on the GCE surface and could be employed as an anode for an AA fuel cell.

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  • Electroless deposition of gold nanoparticles on a glassy carbon surface to attain methylene blue degradation via oxygen reduction reactions

    Islam, M.T., Hasan, M.M., Shabik, M.F., Islam, F., Nagao, Y., Hasnat, M.A.

    Electrochimica Acta   360  2020

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    A glassy carbon electrode (GCE) surface was modified with gold nanoparticles (Au NPs) via electroless deposition method. It was observed that a pristine GCE surface does not deposit Au NPs through an electroless process. However, while a GCE surface is electrochemically pretreated then sites having negative charges are generated which enables Au (III) particles to be deposited on its surface. The X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and scanning electron microscopy were used to characterize the electrode surface. It was found that Au NPs are deposited on the GCE surface (Au-GCE) having flower like shapes. The resultant surface was employed to execute electrocatalytic oxygen reduction reactions (ORR). By analyzing hydrodynamic voltammograms, it was confirmed that ORR undergoes a 2e−transfer pathway and H2O2 is generated on the Au-GCE surface having a standard rate constant (ko) of 5.48 × 10−9 cm s−1 at +0.05 V vs. Ag/AgCl (sat. KCl) in 0.1 M H2SO4. The in-situ generated H2O2 can degrade methylene blue (MB) via Electro-Fenton process. The MB degradation was found to match well with the 1st order kinetic model with a homogeneous rate constant of 4.36 ×10−3 min-1.

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  • pH dependent kinetic insights of electrocatalytic arsenite oxidation reactions at Pt surface

    Hasnat, M.A., Hasan, M.M., Tanjila, N., Alam, M.M., Rahman, M.M.

    Electrochimica Acta   225   105 - 113  2017

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    Kinetics of electrocatalytic oxidation of arsenite ions has been investigated at a Pt disk electrode using cyclic voltammetry, convolution potential sweep voltammetry and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. A complimentary environment pertaining to oxidation reactions of arsenite ions is attained in the acidic medium compared to a neutral or basic medium. It is suggested that in the neutral and basic media, direct electron transfer from the solution to electrode instigate the oxidation process without any pre adsorption. Meanwhile, in the acidic medium, prior to oxidation, arsenite ions are adsorbed on the Pt surface and a stepwise reaction mechanism is involved. Using impedance analysis, it is suggested that different forms of surface oxides at various pH values control the oxidation kinetics.

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  • Fabrication of a selective 4-amino phenol sensor based on H-ZSM-5 zeolites deposited silver electrodes

    Rahman, M.M., Abu-Zied, B.M., Hasan, M.M., Asiri, A.M., Hasnat, M.A.

    RSC Advances   6 ( 54 ) 48435 - 48444  2016

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    H-ZSM-5 zeolite is an inorganic material with large surface area and well-defined internal structure with porous uniform cages, cavities or channels. In this study, H-ZSM-5 was synthesised by calcination of the NH4-form at 500 °C for 3 h in air flow. This protonated H-ZSM-5 has been characterized in detail, which includes its optical, structural, morphological, and elemental properties by various conventional methods. For probable chemical sensor development, H-ZSM-5 was deposited on a silver electrode (AgE, surface area, 0.0216 cm2) to fabricate a sensor with a fast response towards selective 4-amino phenol (4-AMP) in the liquid phase. The sensor exhibited good sensitivity and long-term stability and enhanced electrochemical responses. The calibration plot was linear (r2 = 0.9979) over the 0.1 nM to 1.0 mM 4-AMP concentration ranges. The sensitivity was ∼2.085 μA cm-2 nM-1 and the detection limit was 0.02 nM (at a signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of 3). By employing CV and EIS techniques, it was unveiled that the sensor is not well-operative in the absence of air. This shows a promising future for sensitive sensor development using mesoporous H-ZSM-5 by I-V methods for applications in the detection of hazardous and carcinogenic phenolic compounds in environmental and health care fields.

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Awards

  • Director's Active Audience Award

    2021.11   JAIST International Research Center for Silent Voice Sensing (Excellent Core)  

  • Student's Selection Award

    2021.11   JAIST International Research Center for Silent Voice Sensing (Excellent Core)  

  • Best Student Paper Award

    2021.10   NANOSYM 2021 Conference, Malaysia  

Presentations

  • Bipolar plates with improved anti-corrosive properties and high conductivity for anion exchange membrane fuel cells,

    Sili Peng, Rajashekar Badam, Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Noriyoshi Matsumi, Yuki Nagao

    The 89th ECSJ Spring Meeting, Japan 

    Presentation date: 2022.03

  • Highly conductive bipolar plates with enhanced anti-corrosive property for anion exchange membrane fuel cells

    Sili Peng, Rajashekar Badam, Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Noriyoshi Matsumi, Yuki Nagao

    The Japan Society of Vacuum and Surface Science, Chubu Branch Academic Lecture 

    Presentation date: 2021.12

  • Hierarchical palladium nanostructures for ascorbic acid electrooxidation in alkaline condition

    Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Yuki Nagao

    Hokuriku CSJ Conference-JAIST 

    Presentation date: 2021.11

  • Hierarchical metal catalysts for ascorbic acid electrooxidation

    Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Yuki Nagao

    Excellent Core Student Symposium 2021, JAIST, Japan 

    Presentation date: 2021.11

  • Hierarchical Metal Nanostructures: Synthesis, Characterizations, and Electrocatalysis

    Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Yuki Nagao

    Nanotechnology Malaysia Annual Symposium (NANOSYM 2021), Malaysia 

    Presentation date: 2021.10

  • Electrocatalytic oxidation of ascorbic acid by electroless deposition of silver dendrite nanostructure onto the glassy carbon electrode

    Md. Mahmudul, Hasan, Riad, Hussain Rakib, Mohammad Abul Hasnat, Yuki Nagao

    3rd Symposium on Industrial Science and Technology (SISTEC 2021), Malaysia 

    Presentation date: 2021.08

  • Electrochemical oxidation of effective ascorbic acid by self-deposited silver dendrite nanostructure supported onto the glassy carbon electrode

    Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Yuki Nagao

    Hokuriku CSJ conference-Kanazawa 

    Presentation date: 2019.11

  • Electro-catalytic Oxidation of Ascorbic Acid by Ag Nanoparticles Supported on Glassy Carbon Electrode

    Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Yuki Nagao

    JAIST Japan-India Symposium on Advanced Science 2019 

    Presentation date: 2019.03

  • Palladium Nanoparticles Decorated Reduced Graphene Oxide and Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes catalyst for Alkaline Ascorbic Acid Fuel Cell Application

    Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Nobutaka Endo, Yuriko Kakihana, Mitsuru Higa, Zhongping Li, Yuki Nagao

    The 89th ECSJ Spring Meeting, Japan 

    Presentation date: 2022.03

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  • Study on nickel deposited bipolar plate for anion exchange membrane fuel cells

    Sili Peng, Rajashekar Badam, Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Noriyoshi Matsumi, Yuki Nagao

    Materials Research Meeting 2021, Japan 

    Presentation date: 2021.12

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