Ryota Kabe

Ryota Kabe is an associate professor at Kyushu University in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Their areas of expertise are X-ray diffraction, fluorescence, crystallization, and semiconductor technology. Their research focuses on organic long persistence luminescence.

Developing Long-lived Room-temperature Phosphorescence Under Optical And Electrical Excitation

Long persistent phosphors are widely commercialized as glow-in-the-dark paints for watch indicators and emergency signs. Although present glow-in-the-dark materials are made using inorganic materials, some organic molecules are also known to show long-lived emission called phosphorescence. Organic long-lived phosphorescent materials […]