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Ayumi Hashiguchi

Understanding electrochemistry through voltammetric analysis of barium, lead and zinc

Environmental Risk Analysis Laboratory, Division of Environmental Systems Engineering, Department of Environmental Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering
Place of stay: B3 Electronic Design, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Term: September 26, 2012 – December 16, 2012
My doctoral research is related to decomposition of PFCs (perfluorinated organic compounds) by electrolysis and clarification of their decomposition pathway. I studied at B3 Electronic Design, a local company which manufactures electrochemical equipment of heavy metals in Perth Australia and I also studied at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia. In B3 Electronic Design, I learned how to tune commercial voltammetry instrument and saw how they are produced. I studied the principle of electrochemistry in the School of Natural Science, Edith Cowan University through measurement of environmental samples from Western Australia. English is the nation’s official language in Australia, and I had to live with it in Perth. I discussed about my doctoral research with various research there. My plan for future is to present my research actively in international conferences.

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