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Chizu KATO


Geochemistry, Cosmochemistry, Nuclear Chemistry

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  • 2017.04.01 - , Division of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Assistant Professor

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Washington University in St. Louis Earth and Planetary Sciences  Completed A.M. 2014.05
Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris   Completed Doctorat (Science de la terre et de l'environnement) 2017.03

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  • European Association of Geochemistry


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  • Gallium isotopic evidence for the fate of moderately volatile elements in planetary bodies and refractory inclusions, Chizu Kato, Frédéric Moynier, Earth and Planetary Science Letters,479 330-339, 2017.12, Papers

  • Cation-Cation Interaction between NpVO2+ and Li+ in a Concentrated LiCl Solution, Toshiyuki Fujii, Yuji Shibahara, Chizu Kato, Akihiro Uehara, Progress in Nuclear Science and Technology,5 41-43, 2017.12, Papers

  • Implications for behavior of volatile elements during impacts-Zinc and copper systematics in sediments from the Ries impact structure and central european tektites, Zuzana Rodovská, Tomáš Magna, Karel Žák, Chizu Kato, Paul S. Savage, Frédéric Moynier, Roman Skála, Josef Ježek, Meteoritics & Planetary Science,52, 2178-2192, 2017.10, Papers

  • Gallium isotopic evidence for extensive volatile loss from the Moon during its formation, Chizu Kato, Frédéric Moynier, Science Advances,3, e1700571, 2017.07, Papers

  • Early Solar System irradiation revealed by linked vanadium and beryllium isotope variations in meteorites, Paolo A. Sossi, Frédéric Moynier, Marc Chaussidon, Johan Villeneuve, Chizu Kato, Matthieu Gounelle, Nature Astronomy,1, 55, 2017.03, Papers

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