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Sasaki Takashi

Sasaki Takashi
Research field  (1): Polymer chemistry
Papers (49):
  • T. Sasaki, Y. Ito, T. Sasai, S. Irie. Glass transition of a polystyrene surface as detected via two-dimensional diffusion of Au atoms during physical vapor deposition. Polymer. 2019. 178. 121577-(7)
  • T. Sasaki, T. Nakane, A. Sato. Segmental dynamics of free-standing and supported polymer thin films predicted from a surface-controlled model. Polymer. 2019. 172. 265-271
  • T. Sasaki, K. Hiraki, A. Athirah, K. Matsuta, N. Takeuchi. Glass transition at the polystyrene/polyethylene glycol interface observed via contact angle measurements. Polymer Journal. 2019. 51. 481-488
  • M. Syazwan, T. Sasaki. Rapid crystallization and mesophase formation of poly(L-lactic acid) during precipitation from a solution. e-Polymers. 2018. 18. 4. 331-337
  • A. Sato, T.Sasaki. Cooperativity of dynamics in supercooled polymeric materials and its temperature dependence predicted from a surface controlled model. European Polymer Journal. 2018. 99. 485-494
MISC (56):
Books (1):
  • 固体物理学序論
Lectures and oral presentations  (77):
  • Thickness dependences of the glass transition temperature and the fragility of polystyrene thin films predicted by a surface-controlled cooperative rearranging region model
  • Adsorption of polymers on silica surfaces and preparation of core/shell particles
  • AC nano-calorimetry study of the crystallization of poly(L-lactic acid) thin films
    (8th International and 10th Japan-China Joint Symposium on Calorimetry and thermal analysis 2017)
  • Mesophase formation and rapid crystallization of poly(L-lactic acid) during precipitation
  • Interfacial effects on the crystallization of poly(L-lactic acid) studied by using AC nano-calorimetry
Education (2):
  • - 1988 Kyoto University
  • - 1983 Kyoto University
Professional career (1):
  • 工学博士 (Kyoto University)
Work history (1):
  • 2000/02/27 - 2001/03/01 University of Wisconsin
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