(Last updated : 2022-01-07 16:55:25)
  Ikehara Takayuki
   Kanagawa University  Faculty of Engineering Department of Material and Life Chemistry
   Kanagawa University Graduate School  Graduate School of Engineering Course of Engineering (Field of Applied Chemistry)
■ Book and Papers
1. Papers Chiral Nucleating Agents Affecting the Handedness of Lamellar Twist in the Banded Spherulites in Poly(ε-Caprolactone)/Poly(Vinyl Butyral) Blends  (Collaboration)  2019/06 Link
2. Papers The degree of crystallinity and segmental mobility in interpenetrating spherulites of poly(butylene succinate) and poly(ethylene oxide)  (Collaboration)  2018/02
3. Papers Diverse morphological formations and lamellar dimensions of
poly(ε-caprolactone) crystals in the monolayers grafted onto solid
substrates  (Collaboration)  2017/03
4. Papers Crystalline layered morphology in the phase-separated blend of poly(butylene succinate) and poly(ethylene succinate)  (Collaboration)  2016/09
5. Papers Analysis of the degree of crystallinity in interpenetrating spherulites of poly(ethylene succinate) and poly(ethylene oxide) blends using pulsed NMR  (Collaboration)  2015/05
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■ Research topic, funded research, and department laboratory expense
1. 2009/04~  Application of crystalline block copolymers to separation and transport membranes 
2. 2008/04~  Molecular transport and segregation in the thin films of polymers 
3. 2007/04~  Influences of the block chains on the crystallization in block copolymers 
4. 2004/04~2008/03  Analysis of lamellar structures in banded spherulites with extinction rings  (Key Word : banded sphrulites, extinction ring, lamella, crystalline polymer)
5. 2003/04~  Analysis of the formation and process of interpenetrating spherulites  (Key Word : crystalline/crystalline polymer blends, interpenetrating spherulites)
■ Home Page
■ Research Field
1. 2011/12 Certificate of Appreciation (American Chemical Society)
■ Present specialized field
Physical properties of polymers, Physical properties of complex materials, Chemical physics (Key Word:Polymer physics, multicomponent systems, interpenetrating spherulites, network polymer, soft matters, pulsed NMR, morphology)