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Department of Chemistry
Facultyl of Science
Osaka City University
3-3-138 Sugimoto
Osaka 558-8585, Japan
Fax : +81-6-6605-2522
(Department Office)

Dept Chair: Prof.Yasuyuki Tsuboi

The Department of Chemistry offers an exceptional and unique opportunity to talented students who are preparing themselves for a career in chemistry. Its students and faculty are engaged in a variety of projects which cover the vital areas of chemical education and research.

Education at the Department is aimed squarely at developing within each student the ability to challenge creative science. With attractive, modern facilities and an enthusiastic, active faculty, the Department provides sound training in the various chemical disciplines. OCU's position of international leadership in many chemical research fields is unchallenged. Activity of the Department focuses on all of the traditional and many non-traditional areas of chemistry. Included are analytical chemistry, biomimetic chemistry, coordination chemistry, host-guest chemistry, laser chemistry, molecular physical chemistry, natural product chemistry, organometallic chemistry, peptide and protein chemistry, physical organic chemistry, solid state chemistry, solution chemistry, spectroscopic chemistry, structural chemistry, synthetic organic chemistry, theoretical chemistry, and thermodynamic chemistry.
The Department is well equipped with modern facilities to perform state-of-the-art chemistry. Major equipment includes SC-NMR, EI / FAB Mass, FT / CW ESR, and X-ray spectrometers. A large array of other analytical instruments such as infrared, fluorescence, visible and ultraviolet spectrometers as well as UV-VUV pulse laser are available for education and research. Analytical center, machine shop and other support facilities are also extraordinary.

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