Updated on 2023/07/20

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Masahide Takahashi
 
Organization
Graduate School of Engineering Division of Science and Engineering for Materials, Chemistry and Biology Professor
School of Engineering Department of Materials Science
Title
Professor
Affiliation
Institute of Engineering
Contact information
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Affiliation campus
Nakamozu Campus

Position

  • Graduate School of Engineering Division of Science and Engineering for Materials, Chemistry and Biology 

    Professor  2022.04 - Now

  • School of Engineering Department of Materials Science 

    Professor  2022.04 - Now

Degree

  • Ph.D ( Others ) (   Kobe univeristy )

Research Areas

  • Nanotechnology/Materials / Inorganic compounds and inorganic materials chemistry

  • Nanotechnology/Materials / Inorganic materials and properties

  • Nanotechnology/Materials / Inorganic/coordination chemistry

  • Nanotechnology/Materials / Nanomaterials

  • Nanotechnology/Materials / Organic functional materials

Research Interests

  • Solution processing

  • Materials Chemistry

  • Responsive Materials

  • Porous Materials

Research subject summary

  • 構造制御した新しい有機-無機ハイブリッド材料の創出

  • 機能性ナノ・メソ材料の創出

  • 環境応答型微細構造の形成と応用

Research Career

  • Preparation of nano/meso materials

    International Joint Research

    2009 - 2019 

  • Smart materials

    International Joint Research

    2009 - 2019 

  • Application of nano/meso materials

    International Joint Research

    2009 - 2019 

Professional Memberships

  • The Society of Silicon Chemistry JAPAN

    2005 - Now   Domestic

  • Japanese Polymer Society

    2005 - Now   Domestic

  • The Society of Rheology, Japan

    2005 - Now   Domestic

  • Japan Society of Powder and Powder Metallurgy

    2003 - Now   Domestic

  • The Japanese Sol-Gel Society

    2001 - Now   Domestic

  • The Japan Society of Applied Physics

    1996 - Now   Domestic

  • International Sol-Gel Society

    1996 - Now   Overseas

  • The American Ceramics Society

    1996 - Now   Overseas

  • The Chemical Society of Japan

    1996 - Now   Domestic

  • The Ceramic Society of Japan

    1995 - Now   Domestic

  • 高分子学会

  • 錯体化学会

  • 日本材料学会

  • 日本化学会

  • 日本レオロジー学会

  • 日本セラミックス協会

  • 応用物理学会

  • International Sol-Gel Society

  • American Chemical Society

  • American Cermaics Society

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Awards

  • Fellow

    2022.07   International Sol-Gel Society  

  • Academic award,

    2021.03  

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  • 学術賞

    2021.01   日本化学会  

  • 日本セラミックス協会賞学術賞

    2013   日本セラミックス協会  

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  • 日本化学会 BCSJ賞

    2005   日本化学会  

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  • Japan and Australasian Ceramics Society, Joint Ceramics Award

    2002  

  • 日本セラミックス協会 進歩賞

    2000   日本セラミックス協会  

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  • 国際ガラス会議 ベストポスター賞(第一位)

    2000      

  • 第2回日本応用物理学会講演奨励賞

    1997   日本応用物理学会  

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Job Career (off-campus)

  • Osaka Metropolitan University

    2022.04 - Now

  • Osaka Prefecture University

    2009.04 - 2022.03

Papers

  • Polarization-dependent plasmonic heating in epitaxially grown multilayered metal–organic framework thin films embedded with Ag nanoparticles

    Kenji Okada, Risa Mashita, Arisa Fukatsu, Masahide Takahashi

    Nanoscale Advances   5 ( 6 )   1795 - 1801   2023.03

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    Polarization-dependent plasmonic heating by lasers in a multilayered metal–organic framework (MOF-on-MOF) oriented film embedded with silver nanoparticles, paving the way for MOF-based thin-film devices with temperature-controllable electrical and optical properties.

    DOI: 10.1039/d2na00882c

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  • Fabrication Method of Metal–organic Frameworks Film

    Okada Kenji, Takahashi Masahide

    MEMBRANE   48 ( 3 )   104 - 110   2023( ISSN:03851036

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    Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs), also called porous coordination polymers (PCPs), are crystalline porous organic–inorganic hybrid materials consisting of metal–based nodes and organic linkers via coordination bonds. Because of their periodic frameworks as well as structural and chemical versatility, MOFs are being developed for bulk applications, such as gas storage and engineering operations (catalysis, separation). Recently, MOF–based films, and powder show tremendous potential as membranes, active sensor coatings, high–performance dielectrics, and other microelectronic applications originating from the integration of porous functional materials. This paper outlines our recent advances in the preparation of MOF films and MOF oriented thin films and applications.

    DOI: 10.5360/membrane.48.104

  • Alcohol-induced deboronation of organoborosilicate thin films

    Arisa Fukatsu, Ayana Karim, Kenji Okada, Masahide Takahashi

    Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology   2022.07( ISSN:0928-0707

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    DOI: 10.1007/s10971-022-05897-8

    Other URL: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10971-022-05897-8/fulltext.html

  • Crystalline Framework Formation in Single-digit Nanometer Scale Silica Nanoparticles of Reverse Mesostructure

    Shigeru Sakamoto, Kenji Okada, Shinji Tanaka, Yasuhito Kotera, Arisa Fukatsu, Masahide Takahashi

    Chemistry Letters   51 ( 6 )   605 - 609   2022.06( ISSN:0366-7022

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    DOI: 10.1246/cl.220108

  • Ausrichtung von Gastmolekülen und Defektbildung während der Porenfüllung in Metallorganischen Gerüstverbindungsdünnschichten

    Bettina Baumgartner, Risa Mashita, Arisa Fukatsu, Kenji Okada, Masahide Takahashi

    Angewandte Chemie   2022.05

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    DOI: 10.1002/ange.202201725

  • Guest Alignment and Defect Formation during Pore Filling in Metal–Organic Framework Films Reviewed

    Bettina Baumgartner, Risa Mashita, Arisa Fukatsu, Kenji Okada, Masahide Takahashi

    Angewandte Chemie - International Edition   61 ( 28 )   e202201725   2022.04( ISSN:1433-7851

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    The degree of pore filling is an important parameter for defining guest@MOF properties in applications including electronics, optics, and gas separation. However, the interplay of key aspects of host–guest interactions, such as a quantitative description of the guest alignment or the structural integrity of the host as function of pore filling are yet to be determined. Polarisation-dependent infrared spectroscopy in attenuated total reflection configuration combined with gas sorption allowed to simultaneously study the orientation of the guest molecule and structural changes of the MOF framework during the pore filling process. Thereby we found, that initially randomly oriented guest molecules align with increasing pore filling during adsorption from the gas phase. At the same time, the framework itself undergoes a reversible, guest molecule-dependent rotation of the aromatic linker and a linker detachment process, which induce defects.

    DOI: 10.1002/anie.202201725

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  • Colloidal dispersion of chiral layered hydroxide salt (LHS) nanocrystals exhibiting chiroptical response Reviewed

    Yasuaki Tokudome, Akihiro Koyama, Hidenobu Murata, Kenji Okada, Atsushi Nakahira, Shigenori Nishimura, Masahide Takahashi

    Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology   -   2022( ISSN:0928-0707

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    Chiral inorganic materials have attracted increasing attention in the fields such as catalysis, electronics, photonics, and sensing. A new class of functional materials with chirality is extensively explored. Herein, we demonstrate the synthesis of nanometric nickel layered hydroxide salt (Ni-LHS) modified with chiral amino acids, (D- or L-) phenylalanine (PHE). An alkalization reaction in a starting mixture of nickel-phenylalanine aqua complexes was induced by using propylene oxide, leading to intercalate and adsorb phenylalanine on the surface and into the interlayers of Ni-LHS in an in-situ manner. The chiral molecules also act as surface modifier to inhibit the extensive crystal growth and aggregation, to form Ni-LHS with a diameter of 2–3 nm in a state of stablly-suspended in a solvent. It was also found that Ni-LHS exhibit induced circular dichroism (ICD) in the spectral range of d-d transitions of Ni(II) metal centres. The layered nanomaterials with chiroptical response demonstrated here is a promising option as an advanced adsorbent for detection of molecules. [Figure not available: see fulltext.]

    DOI: 10.1007/s10971-022-05766-4

  • Oriented Films of Metal-Organic Frameworks on Metal Hydroxides via Heteroepitaxial Growth Reviewed

    Masahide Takahashi

    Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan   94 ( 11 )   2602 - 2612   2021.11( ISSN:0009-2673

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    DOI: 10.1246/bcsj.20210274

  • Semi-Automatic Deposition of Oriented Cu(OH)2 Nanobelts for the Heteroepitaxial Growth of Metal-Organic Framework Films Reviewed

    Mercedes Linares‐Moreau, Lea A Brandner, Tomas Kamencek, Sumea Klokic, Francesco Carraro, Kenji Okada, Masahide Takahashi, Egbert Zojer, Christian J Doonan, Paolo Falcaro

    Adv. Mater. Interfaces 雑誌 Wiley   8 ( 21 )   2021.11

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  • Semi‐Automatic Deposition of Oriented Cu(OH) 2 Nanobelts for the Heteroepitaxial Growth of Metal–Organic Framework Films Reviewed

    Mercedes Linares‐Moreau, Lea A. Brandner, Tomas Kamencek, Sumea Klokic, Francesco Carraro, Kenji Okada, Masahide Takahashi, Egbert Zojer, Christian J. Doonan, Paolo Falcaro

    Advanced Materials Interfaces   8 ( 21 )   2101039 - 2101039   2021.10( ISSN:2196-7350

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    Processing oriented metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) as thin films is a key challenge for their application to device fabrication. However, typical fabrication methods cannot generate precisely oriented crystals on commercially relevant scales (i.e., cm2). This limits access to applications that require anisotropic functional properties (e.g., separation, optics, and electronics). Currently, highly oriented copper-based MOFs are synthesized via the addition of the organic MOF component to an ethanolic solution of manually aligned Cu(OH)2 nanobelt films. In this work, the optimization of a semi-automatic method for the fabrication of precisely oriented MOF films that affords a 100% yield of high quality ceramic films at the centimeter scale is reported. This improved fabrication protocol will facilitate the progress of heteroepitaxially grown MOFs for molecular separators and micro-opto-electronic devices.

    DOI: 10.1002/admi.202101039

    Other URL: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full-xml/10.1002/admi.202101039

  • Oriented films of metal-organic frameworks on metal hydroxides via heteroepitaxial growth Reviewed

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    Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn 雑誌 Japanese Chemical Society   94   2021.09

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  • Infrared crystallography for framework and linker orientation in metal–organic framework films Reviewed

    Bettina Baumgartner, Ken Ikigaki, Kenji Okada, Masahide Takahashi

    Chemical Science   12 ( 27 )   9298 - 9308   2021.07( ISSN:2041-6520

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    <p>Polarization-dependent infrared spectroscopy of oriented metal organic framework films fills the information gap left by diffraction methods and gives access to the orientation of the aromatic linker and initial orientation of ultra-thin films.</p>

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  • Infrared Crystallography for Framework and Linker Orientation in Metal-Organic Framework Films Reviewed

    Baumgartner B., Ikigaki K., Okada K., Takahashi M

    Chem. Sci. 雑誌 Royal Society of Chemistry   12   2021.06

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  • Oriented growth of semiconducting TCNQ@Cu3(BTC)2 MOF on Cu(OH)2: crystallographic orientation and pattern formation toward semiconducting thin-film devices Reviewed

    Ikigaki K., Okada K., Takahashi M.

    J. Mater. Chem. A, 雑誌 Royal Society of Chemistry   9   2021.06

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  • Epitaxial Growth of Multilayered Metal-Organic Framework Thin Films for Electronic and Photonic Applications Reviewed

    Ken Ikigaki, Kenji Okada, Masahide Takahashi

    ACS Applied Nano Materials   4 ( 4 )   3467 - 3475   2021.04

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    Multilayered metal-organic frameworks (MOF) thin films, called MOF-on-MOF thin films, generate integrated and multiple functionalities toward high-performance sensing, electrochemical, and optical devices. Although epitaxy at the MOF/MOF interfaces in these multilayered MOF films plays a crucial role for high functionalities, the effect of structural consistency at a molecular scale at the epitaxial interface on the quality of the films (e.g., crystallite size and degree of orientation of MOF-on-MOF thin films) has not been explored. Here, we report the factors governing such physical parameters by revealing a relationship between lattice mismatch ratios and orientations of MOF-on-MOF thin films with epitaxial interfaces (referred as to "e-MoM thin films"). Highly oriented e-MoM thin films were successfully obtained by considering not only lattice mismatch ratios but also stacking order depending on the lattice parameters of MOF components. Because of the chemical and structural tunability of e-MoM materials, the present finding will offer insight into fabricating e-MoM thin films for designing future MOF-based devices.

    DOI: 10.1021/acsanm.0c03462

  • Synthesis of high-specific-surface-area Li-Al mixed metal oxide: Through nanoseed-assisted growth of layered double hydroxide Reviewed

    Masanori Takemoto, Yasuaki Tokudome, Hidenobu Murata, Kenji Okada, Masahide Takahashi, Atsushi Nakahira

    Applied Clay Science   203   106006 - 106006   2021.03( ISSN:0169-1317

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    Li-Al layered double hydroxide (LDH) and LDH-derived mixed metal oxide (MMO) are promising solid base catalysts due to their instinct and strong surface basicity. Herein, nano Li-Al LDH was synthesized via the crystal growth from metal hydroxide nanoseeds with low crystallinities. The present Li-Al LDH possesses high specific surface area (326 m2 g−1), highly crystalline, and high purity. The present nano LDH undergoes a transformation to Li-Al MMO with a high specific surface area (349 m2 g−1) of abundant strong basic sites. Indeed, the present Li-Al MMO exhibits an enhanced catalytic activity for a transesterification reaction between methanol and soybean oil compared to one prepared through a co-precipitation method, thanks to the larger amount of active sites.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.clay.2021.106006

  • Reactivity of silanol group on siloxane oligomers for designing molecular structure and surface wettability Reviewed

    Daisuke Kino, Kenji Okada, Yasuaki Tokudome, Masahide Takahashi, Luca Malfatti, Plinio Innocenzi

    Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology   97 ( 3 )   734 - 742   2021.03( ISSN:0928-0707

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    Molecular structures of siloxane materials should be highly controlled for achieving advanced functionalities. However, it is still difficult to precisely control the structure of siloxane materials by the sol–gel processing. In the present study, we focused on the silanol groups in the intermediate oligomers and resultant siloxane materials as a key structural unit for controlling the molecular structure. Thermal stability and chemical reactivity of silanol groups were found to be highly dependent on the steric effects of the surrounding side chains and siloxane skeletons. The present work suggests that controlling the steric effects around silanol groups in the intermediate oligomers allows modulating the crosslink density of siloxane skeletons. The selective molecular modification tunes the structure and chemical properties of the resultant siloxane materials. [Figure not available: see fulltext.]

    DOI: 10.1007/s10971-020-05448-z

  • Synthesis of high-specific-surface-area Li-Al mixed metal oxide: Through nanoseed-assisted growth of layered double hydroxide Reviewed

    M. Takemoto, Y. Tokudome, H. Murata, K. Okada, M. Takahashi, A. Nakahira

    Applied Clay Science   203   2021

  • Epitaxial Growth of Multilayered Metal-Organic Framework Thin Films for Electronic and Photonic Applications Reviewed

    K. Ikigaki, K. Okada, M. Takahashi

    ACS Applied Nano Materials   2021

  • Reactivity of silanol group on siloxane oligomers for designing molecular structure and surface wettability Reviewed

    D. Kino, K. Okada, Y. Tokudome, M. Takahashi, L. Malfatti, P. Innocenzi

    Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology   97 ( 3 )   734 - 742   2021

  • Oriented growth of semiconducting TCNQ@Cu3(BTC)2 MOF on Cu(OH)2: crystallographic orientation and pattern formation toward semiconducting thin-film devices Reviewed

    Kenji Okada, Keyaki Mori, Arisa Fukatsu, Masahide Takahashi

    Journal of Materials Chemistry A   9 ( 35 )   19613 - 19618   2021( ISSN:2050-7488

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    Oriented film and pattern of TCNQ@Cu<sub>3</sub>(BTC)<sub>2</sub>(HKUST-1) fabricated <italic>via</italic> epitaxial growth exhibit anisotropic electrical properties toward MOF-based (flexible) thin-film smart device applications, such as transistors and thermoelectric thin films.

    DOI: 10.1039/d1ta02968a

  • Synthesis of a Crystalline and Transparent Aerogel Composed of Ni-Al Layered Double Hydroxide Nanoparticles through Crystallization from Amorphous Hydrogel Reviewed

    Masanori Takemoto, Yasuaki Tokudome, Daisuke Noguchi, Ryota Ueoka, Kazuyoshi Kanamori, Kenji Okada, Hidenobu Murata, Atsushi Nakahira, Masahide Takahashi

    Langmuir   36 ( 32 )   9436 - 9442   2020.08( ISSN:0743-7463

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    © 2020 American Chemical Society. Enormous efforts have been devoted to the development of crystalline aerogels toward heterogeneous catalysis, energy storage, ion/molecular absorption, and luminescence. However, properties of aerogels are not fully exploited due to their low content of functional moieties embedded in their solid networks, low crystallinity, and limited chemical compositions. Herein, we develop a one-pot approach based on crystallization from amorphous metal hydroxides modified with a β-diketone ligand, toward crystalline transition-metal hydroxide aerogels. Synthesis of monolithic and crystalline aerogels of layered double hydroxide (LDH) was performed in a Ni-Al system starting from aqueous ethanol solutions of NiCl2·6H2O and AlCl3·6H2O with acetylacetone (acac) as an organic ligand. Propylene oxide (PO) as an alkalization reagent was added into precursory solutions to yield monolithic wet gels. The successive pH increase induces the formation of a three-dimensional (3-D) solid framework composed of amorphous Al(OH)3. Then, amphoteric Al(OH)3 undergoes crystallization into Ni-Al LDH via an acetylacetone-driven dissolution-crystallization of metal hydroxides without destroying the preformed 3-D solid framework. The process allows us to obtain crystalline aerogel monoliths with high porosity and high transparency after supercritical CO2 drying of wet gels. The present scheme can be expected to synthesize functionalized aerogel composed of crystalline transition-metal oxide/hydroxide nanobuilding blocks (NBBs).

    DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.0c01292

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  • Thermo-responsive wettability: Via surface roughness change on polymer-coated titanate nanorod brushes toward fast and multi-directional droplet transport Reviewed

    Kenji Okada, Yoko Miura, Tomoya Chiya, Yasuaki Tokudome, Masahide Takahashi

    RSC Advances   10 ( 47 )   28032 - 28036   2020.07

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    © The Royal Society of Chemistry. A novel approach for thermo-responsive wettability has been accomplished by surface roughness change induced by thermal expansion of paraffin coated on titanate nanostructures. The surface exhibits thermo-responsive and reversible wettability change in a hydrophobic regime; the surface shows superhydrophobicity with contact angles of ∼157° below 50 °C and ∼118° above 50 °C due to a decrease of surface roughness caused by thermally-expanded paraffin at higher temperatures. Reversible wettability change of ∼40° of a contact angle allows for fast and multi-directional droplet transport. The present approach affords a versatile selection of materials and wide variety of contact angles, promoting both scientific advancement and technology innovation in the field of smart surfaces. This journal is

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  • Controlling the alignment of 1D nanochannel arrays in oriented metal-organic framework films for host-guest materials design Reviewed

    Kenji Okada, Miharu Nakanishi, Ken Ikigaki, Yasuaki Tokudome, Paolo Falcaro, Christian J. Doonan, Masahide Takahashi

    Chemical Science   11 ( 30 )   8005 - 8012   2020.07( ISSN:2041-6520

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    © 2020 The Royal Society of Chemistry. Controlling the direction of molecular-scale pores enables the accommodation of guest molecular-scale species with alignment in the desired direction, allowing for the development of high-performance mechanical, thermal, electronic, photonic and biomedical organic devices (host-guest approach). Regularly ordered 1D nanochannels of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) have been demonstrated as superior hosts for aligning functional molecules and polymers. However, controlling the orientation of MOF films with 1D nanochannels at commercially relevant scales remains a significant challenge. Here, we report the fabrication of macroscopically oriented films of Cu-based pillar-layered MOFs having regularly ordered 1D nanochannels. The direction of 1D nanochannels is controllable by optimizing the crystal growth process; 1D nanochannels align either perpendicular or parallel to substrates, offering molecular-scale pore arrays for a macroscopic alignment of functional guest molecules in the desired direction. Due to the fundamental interest and widespread technological importance of controlling the alignment of functional molecules and polymers in a particular direction, orientation-controllable MOF films will open up the possibility of realising the potential of MOFs in advanced technologies.

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  • Layered Double Hydroxide Nanosheets on Plasmonic Arrays of Al Nanocylinders for Optical Sensing Reviewed

    Shunsuke Murai, Yasuaki Tokudome, Reo Katsura, Hiroyuki Sakamoto, Kazuki Noguchi, Masahide Takahashi, Katsuhisa Tanaka

    ACS Applied Nano Materials   3 ( 6 )   5838 - 5845   2020.06

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    © 2020 American Chemical Society. Layered double hydroxides (LDHs) are a class of materials that act as adsorbents of anionic molecules because of their positively charged layered structure. One appealing application is optical sensors where the LDH acts as a host material to adsorb and concentrate the probes for low-threshold detection. Herein, we demonstrate a prototype of an optical sensing system combining the nanosized LDHs (nano-LDHs) and the plasmonic substrate. The nano-LDHs are obtained as a colloidal dispersion in an aqueous solution with a high concentration via epoxide-driven alkalization. The nano-LDHs adsorb fluorescein molecules, a model analyte, faster than the micrometer-sized coarse LDHs prepared by a standard method, thanks to their nanosized geometry and highly homogeneous dispersion in water. After concentrating fluorescein molecules by adsorbing them onto the surface, the nano-LDHs are deposited on the plasmonic substrate consisting of a periodic array of aluminum nanocylinders for the fluorescence detection of fluorescein. The substrate enhances the fluorescence from the nano-LDH film with fluorescein up to 18 times by resonating both the excitation and emission light with plasmonic modes. Given the fast adsorption of the analyte by nano-LDHs and the benefit of fluorescence enhancement by the plasmonic substrate to reduce the detection threshold, we believe that this strategy of concentrating analytes by nano-LDHs and detecting them by fluorescence enhancement on the plasmonic substrate is inspiring in building sensing systems.

    DOI: 10.1021/acsanm.0c01001

  • Imparting CO2 reduction selectivity to ZnGa2O4 photocatalysts by crystallization from hetero nano assembly of amorphous-like metal hydroxides Reviewed

    Masanori Takemoto, Yasuaki Tokudome, Soichi Kikkawa, Kentaro Teramura, Tsunehiro Tanaka, Kenji Okada, Hidenobu Murata, Atsushi Nakahira, Masahide Takahashi

    RSC ADVANCES   10 ( 14 )   8066 - 8073   2020.02

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    Imparting an enhanced CO2 reduction selectivity to ZnGa2O4 photocatalysts has been demonstrated by controlled crystallization from interdispersed nanoparticles of zinc and gallium hydroxides. The hydroxide precursor in which Zn(ii) and Ga(iii) are homogeneously interdispersed was prepared through an epoxide-driven sol-gel reaction. ZnGa2O4 obtained by a heat-treatment exhibits a higher surface basicity and an enhanced affinity for CO2 molecules than previously-reported standard ZnGa2O4. The enhanced affinity for CO2 molecules of the resultant ZnGa2O4 leads to highly-selective CO evolution in CO2 photo-reduction with H2O reductants. The present scheme is promising to achieve desirable surface chemistry on metal oxide photocatalysts.

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  • Thermo-responsive wettability: Via surface roughness change on polymer-coated titanate nanorod brushes toward fast and multi-directional droplet transport Reviewed

    K. Okada, Y. Miura, T. Chiya, Y. Tokudome, M. Takahashi

    RSC Advances   10 ( 47 )   28032 - 28036   2020

  • Controlling the alignment of 1D nanochannel arrays in oriented metal-organic framework films for host-guest materials design Reviewed

    K. Okada, M. Nakanishi, K. Ikigaki, Y. Tokudome, P. Falcaro, C.J. Doonan, M. Takahashi

    Chemical Science   11 ( 30 )   8005 - 8012   2020

  • Fabrication of Metal-organic Framework (MOF) thin films from copper hydroxide nano-assemblies Reviewed

    K. Ikigaki, K. Okada, M.. Takahashi

    Funtai Oyobi Fummatsu Yakin/Journal of the Japan Society of Powder and Powder Metallurgy   67 ( 3 )   132 - 139   2020

  • Imparting CO<inf>2</inf> reduction selectivity to ZnGa<inf>2</inf>O<inf>4</inf> photocatalysts by crystallization from hetero nano assembly of amorphous-like metal hydroxides Reviewed

    M. Takemoto, Y. Tokudome, S. Kikkawa, K. Teramura, T. Tanaka, K. Okada, H. Murata, A. Nakahira, M. Takahashi

    RSC Advances   10 ( 14 )   8066 - 8073   2020

  • Preparation of silicophosphate alternating hybrid copolymers via nonaqueous acid-base reactions of phosphoric acid and organo-bridged Bis(chlorosilane) Reviewed

    K. Okada, M. Takano, Y. Tokudome, Y. Tokuda, M. Takahashi

    Molecules   25 ( 1 )   2020

  • Synthesis of a Crystalline and Transparent Aerogel Composed of Ni-Al Layered Double Hydroxide Nanoparticles through Crystallization from Amorphous Hydrogel Reviewed

    M. Takemoto, Y. Tokudome, D. Noguchi, R. Ueoka, K. Kanamori, K. Okada, H. Murata, A. Nakahira, M. Takahashi

    Langmuir   36 ( 32 )   9436 - 9442   2020

  • Preparation of silicophosphate alternating hybrid copolymers via nonaqueous acid-base reactions of phosphoric acid and organo-bridged Bis(chlorosilane) Reviewed

    Kenji Okada, Masanari Takano, Yasuaki Tokudome, Yomei Tokuda, Masahide Takahashi

    Molecules   25 ( 1 )   2019.12

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    © 2019 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. A design of atomic and oligomer level structure in organic-inorganic hybrid materials is highly important for various applications. Nonaqueous acid-base reaction allows us to prepare silicophosphates with controlled inorganic networks (-(O-P-O-Si)n) at atomic level because phosphorous and silicon-based precursors can react directly, resulting in an alternating copolymer network. Organic functionalization in those materials has been realized so far by using organic-modified phosphorous acid and/or organo-chlorosilane as precursors. In the present study, silicophosphate oligomers exhibiting inorganic-organic hybrid chains of (-(O-P-O-Si-R-Si)n) (R: bridging organic functional groups), are prepared from phosphoric acid and organo-bridged bis(chlorosilane). The 1, 2-bis(chlorodimethylsilyl)ethane ((C2H4)(Me2SiCl)2) and 1, 4-bis(chlorodimethylsilyl)benzene ((C6H4)(Me2SiCl)2) were used as organo-bridged bis(chlorosilane). Different types of silicophosphate oligomers with different network structures and terminal groups (P-OH and/or Si-Cl) were prepared by changing the reaction temperature and molar ratio of precursors. The formation of low molecular weight oligomers of ring and cage morphologies (ring tetramer, cage pentamer, and ring hexamer) is suggested in the product prepared from phosphoric acid and (C6H4)(Me2SiCl)2 molecule at 150 °C. Those silicophosphate hybrid oligomers are expected to be used as building blocks of hybrid materials with well-defined network structures for desired functionalities.

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  • Innentitelbild: MOF‐on‐MOF: Oriented Growth of Multiple Layered Thin Films of Metal–Organic Frameworks (Angew. Chem. 21/2019) Reviewed

    Ken Ikigaki, Kenji Okada, Yasuaki Tokudome, Takashi Toyao, Paolo Falcaro, Christian J. Doonan, Masahide Takahashi

    Angewandte Chemie   131 ( 21 )   6856 - 6856   2019.05

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    DOI: 10.1002/ange.201904691

  • Inside Cover: MOF-on-MOF: Oriented Growth of Multiple Layered Thin Films of Metal-Organic Frameworks (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 21/2019) Reviewed

    Ken Ikigaki, Kenji Okada, Yasuaki Tokudome, Takashi Toyao, Paolo Falcaro, Christian J. Doonan, Masahide Takahashi

    Angewandte Chemie International Edition   58 ( 21 )   6784 - 6784   2019.05

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  • MOF‐on‐MOF: Oriented Growth of Multiple Layered Thin Films of Metal–Organic Frameworks Reviewed

    Ken Ikigaki, Kenji Okada, Yasuaki Tokudome, Takashi Toyao, Paolo Falcaro, Christian J. Doonan, Masahide Takahashi

    Angewandte Chemie   131 ( 21 )   6960 - 6964   2019.05

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  • MOF-on-MOF: Oriented Growth of Multiple Layered Thin Films of Metal-Organic Frameworks Reviewed

    Ken Ikigaki, Kenji Okada, Yasuaki Tokudome, Takashi Toyao, Paolo Falcaro, Christian J. Doonan, Masahide Takahashi

    Angewandte Chemie International Edition   58 ( 21 )   6886 - 6890   2019.05( ISSN:1433-7851

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    The precise alignment of multiple layers of metal–organic framework (MOF) thin films, or MOF-on-MOF films, over macroscopic length scales is presented. The MOF-on-MOF films are fabricated by epitaxially matching the interface. The first MOF layer (Cu2(BPDC)2, BPDC=biphenyl-4,4′-dicarboxylate) is grown on an oriented Cu(OH)2 film by a “one-pot” approach. Aligned second (Cu2(BDC)2, BDC=benzene 1,4-dicarboxylate, or Cu2(BPYDC)2, BPYDC=2,2′-bipyridine-5,5′-dicarboxylate) MOF layers can be deposited using liquid-phase epitaxy. The co-orientation of the MOF films is confirmed by X-ray diffraction. Importantly, our strategy allows for the synthesis of aligned MOF films, for example, Cu2(BPYDC)2, that cannot be grown on a Cu(OH)2 surface. We show that aligned MOF films furnished with Ag nanoparticles show a unique anisotropic plasmon resonance. Our MOF-on-MOF approach expands the chemistry of heteroepitaxially oriented MOF films and provides a new toolbox for multifunctional porous coatings.

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  • Anisotropic and Reversible Deformation of Mesopores and Mesostructures in Silica-Based Films under Mechanical Stimuli toward Adaptive Optical Components Reviewed

    Kenji Okada, Genki Asakura, Tatsuya Yamamoto, Yasuaki Tokudome, Masahide Takahashi

    ACS Applied Nano Materials   2 ( 4 )   2377 - 2382   2019.04

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    Deformation of the mesostructures in surfactant/silica hybrid films and mesoporous silica films prepared on bulky elastomeric substrates is investigated by compressing the substrates along an in-plane direction of the films. The mesostructure in the surfactant/silica hybrid film consists of organized micelles and a silica matrix. The micelles are removed in the mesoporous silica films to leave mesopores. A grazing-incidence small-angle X-ray scattering investigation reveals that the mesostructures with C2mm symmetry anisotropically change under a compressive strain of 6% in both films; shrinkage of the lattice parameters is along the direction of compression and extension in the normal direction. Deformation is reversible below a strain as high as 6%. Anisotropic deformation of the mesostructures results in an anisotropic change of the refractive indices normal and parallel to the direction of the compression. Compression of the surfactant/silica hybrid film induces a decrease of the refractive index parallel to the surface and an increase normal to the surface on the order of 10-3, while an opposite result is observed for the mesoporous silica film. The present finding gives us fundamental insight into the development of adaptive optical components for sensing, attenuation, switching, modulation, shutters, filters, and others in soft-material-based devices.

    DOI: 10.1021/acsanm.9b00269

  • Highly Ordered Mesoporous Hydroxide Thin Films through Self-Assembly of Size-Tailored Nanobuilding Blocks: A Theoretical-Experimental Approach Reviewed

    Naoki Tarutani, Yasuaki Tokudome, Mat{\'{\i, as Jo, a } }gy, Galo J, A. A. Soler-Illia, Qiyun Tang, Marcus M, ler, Masahide Takahashi

    Chemistry of Materials   31 ( 2 )   322 - 330   2019.01( ISSN:0897-4756

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    Mesoporous crystalline (hydr)oxides of low-valence metal ions (M(II) and M(III)) are highly demanded in the context of various applications. In this study, we demonstrate key factors to the successful formation of ordered mesoporous films through the assembly of nanobuilding block (ANBB) approach using a colloidal solution of crystalline M(OH) 2 (M = Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, and Cu). The colloidal system of α-Ni(OH) 2 is presented in depth as a typical example. Crystal growth and aggregation kinetics of the NBB were tuned by synthetic parameters. Nanometer-sized NBBs of tailored size between oligomer scale to over 20 nm were obtained. The films prepared from α-Ni(OH) 2 NBBs with a diameter of ≤7.5 nm showed ordered mesostructures through evaporation-induced self-assembly in the presence of supramolecular templates. Coarse-grained simulations suggest that there is a threshold diameter of NBB toward the formation of well-ordered mesostructures. It was found that, as well as limiting the diameter of NBB, inhibition of an aggregation of NBBs by using coordinative additives or diluting the NBB colloidal solution was essential to control the assembly of NBBs and templates into the ordered mesostructures. The results obtained here open up the synthesis of ordered mesoporous materials with a crystalline wall of variety of chemical compositions containing low-valence metal elements.

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  • Highly Ordered Mesoporous Hydroxide Thin Films through Self-Assembly of Size-Tailored Nano-Building Blocks: A Theoretical-Experimental Approach Reviewed

    Tarutani N., Tokudome Y., Jobbágy M., Soler-Illia G., Tang Q., Mueller M., Takahashi M.

    Chem. Mater 雑誌 ACS Publications   31 ( 2 )   2019

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  • Microparticles with hetero-nanointerfaces: controlled assembly of cobalt hydroxide and nickel hydroxide nanoclusters towards improved electrochemical functions Reviewed

    Tarutani N., Tokudome Y., Jobbágy M., Soler-Illia G.J.A.A., Takahashi M.

    J. Mater. Chem. A 雑誌 Royal Society of Chemiatry   2019

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  • Monolithic SrTiO3/Titanate nanotube/TiO2 nanocomposite toward enhanced photocatalytic activity Reviewed

    Okada K., Takahashi M.

    J. Cer. Soc. Jpn 雑誌 Springer   127 ( 10 )   2019

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  • Oriented Growth of Multiple Layered Thin Films of Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOF-on-MOF) Reviewed

    Ikigaki K., Okada K., Tokudome Y., Toyao T., Falcaro P., Doonan C.J., Takahashi M.

    Angewandte Chemie International Edition 雑誌 Wiley-VCH   58   2019

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  • Anisotropic and Reversible Deformation of Mesopores and Mesostructures in Silica-Based Films under Mechanical Stimuli toward Adaptive Optical Components Reviewed

    Okada K., Asakura G., Yamamoto T., Tokudome Y., Takahashi M.

    ACS Applied Nano Mater. 雑誌 ACS Publications   2 ( 4 )   2019

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  • Microparticles with hetero-nanointerfaces: controlled assembly of cobalt hydroxide and nickel hydroxide nanoclusters towards improved electrochemical functions Reviewed

    N. Tarutani, Y. Tokudome, M. Jobbágy, G. J, A. A. Soler-Illia, M. Takahashi

    Journal of Materials Chemistry A   7 ( 44 )   25290 - 25296   2019

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  • Responsive and adaptive micro wrinkles on organic-inorganic hybrid materials Reviewed

    Takahashi M.,

    The Chemical Record 雑誌 Wiley-VCH   18 ( 7-8 )   2018

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  • High-Throughput Screening of Metal–Organic Frameworks for Macroscale Heteroepitaxial Alignment Reviewed

    Tarzia A., Takahashi M., Falcaro P., Thornton A., Doonan C., Huang D.

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 雑誌 ACS Publications   10 ( 47 )   2018

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  • Metal-organic framework thin films from copper hydroxide nano-assemblies Reviewed

    Ikigaki K., Okada K., Tokudome Y., Takahashi M.

    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. 雑誌 Springer   89 ( 1 )   2018

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  • Mesoporous microspheres of nickel-based layered hydroxides by aerosol-assisted self-assembly using crystalline nano-building blocks Reviewed

    Tarutani N., Tokudome Y., Jobbágy M., Soler-Illia G. J. A. A. , Takahashi M.

    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. 雑誌 Springer   89 ( 1 )   2018

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  • Centimetre scale micropore alignment in oriented polycrystalline Metal-Organic Framework films via heteroepitaxial growth Reviewed

    Falcaro P., Okada K., Hara T., Ikigaki K., Tokudome Y., Thornton A.W., Hill A.J., Williams T., Doonan C., Takahashi M.

    Nature Materials 雑誌 Nature Publishing Group   16   2017

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  • Synthesis of Co-Al Layered Double Hydroxide Nanoclusters as Reduction Nanocatalyst in Aqueous Media Reviewed

    Kino D., Y. Tokudome, Nunes C.D., Vez P.D., Takahashi M.

    J. Asian Ceram. Soc. 雑誌 Springer   5 ( 4 )   2017

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  • Design of Carbon Dots Photoluminescence through Organo-Functional Silane Grafting for Solid-State Emitting Devices Reviewed

    Suzuki K., Malfatti L., Takahashi M., Carboni D., Messina F., Tokudome Y., Takemoto M., Innocenzi P.

    Sci. Rep. 雑誌 Nature Publishing Group   7   2017

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  • Electrochemical sensor and catalyst on Cu3(BTC)2 coating electrode from Cu(OH)2 films Reviewed

    Okada K., Sawai S., Ikigaki K., Tokudome Y, Falcaro P., Takahashi M.

    Cryst. Eng. Comm. 雑誌 Elsevier   19   2017

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  • Integrating magnetic nanoparticles into HKUST-1 (Cu3(BTC)2) via conversion from a Cu-based ceramic: a novel approach for development of magnetically recyclable catalysts Reviewed

    Toyao T., Styles M.J., Yago T., Sadiq M.M., Riccò R., Horiuchi Y., Takahashi,M., Matsuoka M., Falcaro P.

    Cryst. Eng. Comm. 雑誌 Elsevier   19   2017

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  • Functional interfaces of titanate nanotubes with controlled orientation/aggregation Reviewed

    Takahashi M

    J. Cer. Soc. Jpn, 雑誌 日本セラミックス協会   125 ( 5 )   2016.05

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  • Carbon dots in ZnO macroporous films with controlled photoluminescence through defects engineering Reviewed

    Suzuki K., Takahashi M., Malfatti L., Innocenzi P.

    RSC Advances 雑誌 RSC Publications   6   2016.04

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  • Layered Double Hydroxide Nanocluster: Aqueous, Concentrated, Stable, and Catalytically-Active Colloids Towards Green Chemistry Reviewed

    Tokudome Y., Morimoto T., Tarutani N., Vaz P., Nunes C., Prevot V., Stenning G., Takahashi M.

    ACS Nano 雑誌 ACS Publications   10 ( 5 )   2016.04

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  • Large Scale Preparation of Morphology-Controlled Microporous Silica Particles via Gradual Injection of Reactants with Different Surfactant Reviewed

    Shimogaki T., Tokoro H., Tabuchi M., Koike N., Yamashina Y., Takahashi M.

    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol 雑誌 Springer   2016.01

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  • Large Scale Preparation of Morphology-Controlled Microporous Silica Particles via Gradual Injection of Reactants with Different Surfactant Reviewed

    Shimogaki T., Tokoro H., Tabuchi M., Koike N., Yamashina Y., Takahashi M.

    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. 雑誌 Springer   79 ( 3 )   2016

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  • High-Density Protein Loading on Hierarchically Porous LDH-Aluminum Hydroxide Composites with a Rational Mesostructure Reviewed

    Tokudome Y., Fukui M., Tarutani N., Nishimura S., Prevot V., Forano C., Poologasundarampillai G., Lee P., Takahashi M.

    LAngmuir 雑誌 ACS Publications   32   2016

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  • Single-nanometer sized low-valence metal hydroxide crystals: synthesis via epoxide-mediated alkalinization and assembly towards functional mesoporous materials Reviewed

    Tarutani N., Tokudome Y., Jobbagy M., Viva F., Soler-Illia G., Takahashi M.

    Chem. Mater. 雑誌 ACS Publications   28   2016

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  • Graphene Oxide Incorporation in Lamellar Organosiloxane Film for Improved Water Vapor Barrier Property Reviewed

    Hara T., Nishimura S., Ozawa S., Abe R., Tokudome Y., Takahashi M.

    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. 雑誌 Springer   79   2016

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  • Superhydrophobic adhesive surface on titanate nanotube brushes through surface modification by capric acid Reviewed

    Okada K., Tokudome Y., Takahashi M.

    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. 雑誌 Springer   79   2016

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  • Layered Double Hydroxide Nanocluster: Aqueous, Concentrated, Stable, and Catalytically-Active Colloids Towards Green Chemistry Reviewed

    Tokudome Y., Morimoto T., Tarutani N., Vaz P., Nunes C., Prevot V., Stenning G., Takahashi M.

    AACS Nano 雑誌 ACS Publications   10   2016

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  • Functional interfaces of titanate nanotubes with controlled orientation/aggregation Reviewed

    Takahashi M.

    J. Cer. Soc. Jpn 雑誌 Springer   125 ( 5 )   2016

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  • Thermo-responsive wrinkles on hydrogels for soft linear actuators Reviewed

    Tokudome Y., Kuniwaki H., Suzuki K., Carboni D., Poologasundarampillai G., Takahashi M.

    Adv. Mater. Interfaces 雑誌 Wiley-VCH   3 ( 12 )   2016

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  • Morphology Control of BiFeO3 Aggregates via Hydrothermal Synthesis Reviewed

    Suzuki K., Tokudome Y., Tsuda H., Takahashi M.

    J. Appl. Cryst. 雑誌 Elsevior   49   2016

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  • Single-process fabrication of antireflective acrylic hard coating via surface segregation of porous silica nanoparticles Reviewed

    Shimogaki T., Tokoro H., Tabuchi M., Inoue N., Tsukamoto T., Ishii T., Koike N., Yamashina Y., Takahashi M.

    RSC Advances 雑誌 RSC Publications   5   2015.11

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  • Morphology Control of Microporous Silica Particles Obtained by Gradual Injection of Reactants Reviewed

    Shimogaki T., Tokoro H., Tabuchi M., Koike N., Yamashina Y., Takahashi M.,

    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol 雑誌 Springer   76 ( 1 )   2015.10

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  • Positioning of the HKUST-1 metal–organic framework (Cu3(BTC)2) through conversion from insoluble Cu-based precursors Reviewed

    Toyao T., Liang K., Okada K., Ricco R., Styles M.J., Tokudome Y., Horiuchi Y., Hill A.J., Takahashi M.

    Inorg. Chem. Frontiers, 雑誌 Wiley   2   2015.09

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  • Sol to gel silica transition in fast evaporating systems observed by in situ time resolved infrared spectroscopy Reviewed

    Innocenzi P., Malfatti L., Carboni D., Takahashi M.,

    ChemPhysChem, 雑誌 Wiley   16 ( 9 )   2015.09

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  • Fabrication of hierarchically porous monolithic layered double hydroxide composites with tunable microcages for effective oxyanion adsorption Reviewed

    Tarutani N., Tokudome Y., Nakanishi K., Takahashi M.

    RSC Advances 雑誌 RSC Publications   5   2015.05

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  • Large-Scale Synthesis of Monodisperse Porous Silica Nanoparticles by Gradual Injection of Reactants Reviewed

    Shimogaki T., Tokoro H., Tabuchi M., Koike N., Yamashina Y., Takahashi M.,

    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol 雑誌 Springer   74 ( 1 )   2015.04

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  • Macroporous Titanate Nanotube/TiO2 Monolith for Fast and Large-Capacity Cation Exchange Reviewed

    Okada K., Asakura G., Nakahira A., Tokudome Y., Takahashi M.

    Chem. Mater 雑誌   27 ( 5 )   2015.02

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  • Macroporous Titanate Nanotube/TiO2 Monolith for Fast and Large-Capacity Cation Exchange Reviewed

    Okada K., Asakura G., Nakahira A., Tokudome Y., Takahashi M.

    Chem. Mater 雑誌   27 ( 5 )   2015.02

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  • Energy transfer induced by carbon quantum dots in porous zinc oxide nanocomposite films Reviewed

    Suzuki K., Malfatti L., Carboni D., Loche D., Casula M., Moretto A., Maggini M., Takahashi M., Innocenzi P.

    J. Phys. Chem. C 雑誌   119 ( 5 )   2015.01

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  • Morphology Control of BiFeO3 Aggregates via Hydrothermal Synthesis Reviewed

    Suzuki K., Tokudome Y., Tsuda H., Takahashi M.,

    J. Appl. Cryst., 雑誌 Elsevier   49   2015.01

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  • TiO2添加チタン酸アルミニウム焼結体の熱的および機械的性質 Reviewed

    福田匡洋, 横尾俊信, 髙橋雅英

    材料 雑誌   2014.10

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  • Mesostructured carbon film with morphology-induced hydrophilic surface through a dewetting-free coating process Reviewed

    Y.Tokudome, K.Nakane, M.Takahashi

    Carbon 雑誌   77   2014.10

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  • Transparent and robust siloxane-based hybrid lamella film as a water vapor barrier coating Reviewed

    Tokudome Y., Hara T., Abe R., Takahashi M.

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 雑誌   6 ( 21 )   2014.10

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  • Formation Mechanism of Photo-Induced Nested Wrinkles on Siloxane-Photomonomer Hybrid Film Reviewed

    K.Suzuki, Y.Tokudome, M.Takahashi

    AIP Conference Proceedings 雑誌   2014.09

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  • 化学的・物理的修飾によるチタン酸アルミニウム系低熱膨張性高温材料の新展開 Reviewed

    福田匡洋、高橋雅英

    粉体粉末および冶金 雑誌   61 ( 9 )   2014.09

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  • Stability of amorphous Ta-O nanotubes prepared by anodization: thermal and structural analyses Reviewed

    Nakamura R., Asano K., Ishimaru M., Sato K., Takahashi M., Numakura H.

    J. Mater. Res. 雑誌 MRS   29 ( 6 )   2014.05

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  • Responsive microstructures on organic-inorganic hybrid films Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Suzuki K., Tokudome Y., Malfatti L., Innocenzi P.,

    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. 雑誌   70 ( 2 )   2014.05

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  • Micropattern formation by molecular migration via UV-induced dehydration of block copolymer Reviewed

    Okada K., Tokudome Y., Konstas K., Makiura R., Malfatti L., Innocenzi P., Ogawa H., Kanaya T., Falcaro P., Takahashi M.

    Advanced Functional Materials 雑誌 Wiley   24 ( 19 )   2014.05

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  • Copper conversion into Cu(OH)2 nanotubes for positioning Cu3(BTC)2 MOF crystals: controlling the growth on flat, 3D architecture and patterns Reviewed

    Okada K., Ricco R., Tokudome Y., Styles M.J., Hill A.J., Takahashi M., Falcaro P.

    Advanced Functional Materials 雑誌 Wiley   24 ( 14 )   2014.04

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  • Responsive microstructures on organic-inorganic hybrid films Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Suzuki K., Tokudome Y., Malfatti L., Innocenzi P.

    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. 雑誌 ISGS   70 ( 2 )   2014.04

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  • Layered double hydroxide composite monoliths with three-dimensional hierarchical channels: structural control and adsorption behavior, Reviewed

    Tarutani N., Tokudome Y., Nakanishi K., Takahashi M.

    RSC Advances 雑誌 Royal Society of Chemistry   4 ( 31 )   2014.03

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  • Positioning an individual Metal Organic Framework particle using a magnetic field Reviewed

    Masahiro Fukuda, Toshinobu Yoko, Masahide Takahashi

    J. Mater. Chem. C Royal Society of Chemistry   1 ( 1 )   2013.10

  • Decomposition free Al2TiO5-MgTi2O5 ceramics with low-thermal expansion coefficient Reviewed

    Masahiro Fukuda, Toshinobu Yoko, Masahide Takahashi

    New J. Glasses Ceram. 雑誌 Scientific Research Publishing    3 ( 4 )   2013.10

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  • Switchable and Reversible Water Adhesion on Superhydrophobic Titanate Nanostructures Fabricated on Soft Substrates: Photopatternable Wettability and Thermomodulatable Adhesivity Reviewed

    Okada K., Ricco R., Tokudome Y., Styles M.J., Hill A.J., Takahashi M., Falcaro P.

    J. Mater. Chem A (Communications) Royal Society of Chemistry   2 ( 1 )   2013.10

  • Applications of magnetic metal–organic framework composites Reviewed

    Falcaro P., Lapierre F., Marmiroli B, Styles M., Zhu Y., Takahashi M., Hill A., Doherty C.

    J. Mater. Chem. A Royal Society of Chemistry   1 ( 42 )   2013.09

  • Molecularly imprinted La-doped mesoporous titania films with hydrolytic properties toward organophosphate pesticides Reviewed

    Ricco R., Malfatti L., Takahashi M., Hill A. and Falcaro P.

    New J. Chem Wiley   37 ( 10 )   2013.05

  • Layered Double Hydroxide (LDH)-based Monolith with Interconnected Hierarchical Channels: Enhanced Sorption Affinity for Anionic Species Reviewed

    Carboni D., Malfatti L., Pinna A., Lasio B., Tokudome Y., Takahashi M., Innocenzi P.,

    J. Mater. Chem. A Royal Society of Chemistry   1 ( 26 )   2013.04

  • Controlled Site Modification of Inorganic Networks in Hybrid Photocurable Resins for High Thermal Crack Resistance Reviewed

    Tokudome Y., Tarutani N., Nakanishi K., Takahashi M.

    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. ISGS   65 ( 3 )   2013.03

  • Enhanced photoluminescence emission from anthracene-doped polyphenylsiloxane glass Reviewed

    Yasuaki Tokudome, Tetsuo Sato, Motohiko Hidaka, Masahide Takahashi

    Opt. Lett. Optical Society of America   38 ( 24 )   2013.02

  • Highly oriented growth of titanate nanotubes (TNTs) in micro and confinement spaces on sol–gel derived amorphous TiO2 thin films under moderate hydrothermal condition Reviewed

    Okada K., Takamatsu Y., Nakahira A., Tokudome Y., Takahashi M.

    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. ISGS   65 ( 1 )   2013.01

  • Coffee stain-driven self-assembly of mesoporous rings Reviewed

    Malfatti L., Tokudome Y., Okada K., Yagi S., Takahashi M., Innocenzi P.

    Micropor. Mesopor. Mater. Elsevior   163   2012.10

  • Hierarchical Nested Wrinkles on Silica-Polymer Hybrid Films: Stimuli-Responsive Micro Periodic Surface Architectures Reviewed

    Tokudome Y., Suzuki K., Kitanaga T., Takahashi M.

    Sci. Rep. Nature Publishing Group   2 ( 683 )   2012.10

  • Strain driven self-rolling of hybrid organic-inorganic microrolls: interfaces with self-assembled particles Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Figus C., Malfatti L., Tokuda Y., Yamamoto K., Yoko T., Kitanaga T., Tokudome Y., Innocenzi P.

    NPG Asia Materials Nature Publishing Group   4 ( e22 )   2012.07

  • Microfabrication of Mesoporous Silica Encapsulated Enzymes using Deep X-Ray Lithography Reviewed

    Doherty C., Gao Y., Marmiroli B., Amenitsch H., Lisi F., Malfatti L., Okada K., Takahashi M., Hill A.J., Innocenzi P., Falcaro P.

    J. Mater. Chem. C Royal Society of Chemistry   22 ( 32 )   2012.07

  • Titanate nanofunnel brushes: toward functional interfacial applications Reviewed

    Okada K., Tokudome Y., Falcaro P., Takamatsu Y., Nakahira A., Takahashi M.

    Chem. Commun. Royal Society of Chemistry   48 ( 49 )   2012.04

  • Magnetic Framework Composites for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Sequestration Reviewed

    C.M. Doherty, E. Knystautas, D. Buso, L. Villanova, K. Konstas, A.J. Hill, M. Takahashi, P. Falcaro

    J. Mater. Chem. Royal Society of Chemistry   22 ( 23 )   2012.04

  • Highly oriented growth of titanate nanotubes (TNTs) in micro and confinement spaces on sol–gel derived amorphous TiO2 thin films under moderate hydrothermal condition Reviewed

    Okada K., Takamatsu Y., Nakahira A., Tokudome Y., Takahashi M.

    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. ISGS   65 ( 1 )   2012.02

  • Inhomogeneous distribution of Na+ in alkali silicate glasses Reviewed

    Tokuda Y., Oka T., Takahashi M., Yoko T.

    J. Cer. Soc. Jpn, Ceramics society of Japan   119 ( 12 )   2011.12

  • Effect of diphenyldiethoxysilane on the self-organized formation of nanocrystalline layered organosilicates in organic–inorganic hybrid films Reviewed

    Tokuda Y., Nishioka S., Ueda Y., Koyanaka H., Masai H., Takahashi M., Yoko T.

    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. ISGS   60 ( 3 )   2011.12

  • Fabrication of inverse opal films of titania-polymer hybrid with a high refractive index modulation Reviewed

    Ueno S., Takahashi M.

    粉体および粉末冶金 社団法人 粉体粉末冶金協会   58 ( 5 )   2011.09

  • Structural Evolution during Evaporation of a 3-Glycidoxypropyltrimethoxysilane Film Studied in Situ by Time Resolved Infrared Spectroscopy Reviewed

    Innocenzi P., Figus C., Takahashi M., Piccinini M., Malfatti L.

    J. Phys. Chem. A ACS Publications   115 ( 38 )   2011.09

  • Dynamic control of MOF-5 crystal positioning using a magnetic field Reviewed

    Falcaro P., Normandin F., Takahashi M., Scopece P., Amenitsch H., Costacurta S., Doherty C.M., Liard J., Lay M.D.H., Lisi F., Hill A.J., Buso D.

    Adv. Mater. Wiley   23 ( 34 )   2011.09

  • Photo-induced formation and humidity response of micro wrinkled structures on titania-polymer hybrid films Reviewed

    Kitanaga T., Inoue M., Takahashi M.

    粉体および粉末冶金 社団法人 粉体粉末冶金協会   58 ( 5 )   2011.09

  • Crystallization in hybrid organic–inorganic materials through self-organization from 3-glycidoxypropyltrimethoxysilane Reviewed

    Innocenzi P., Figus C., Kidchob T., Takahashi M.

    J. Cer. Soc. Jpn Ceramic Society of Japan   119 ( 6 )   2011.06

  • Synthesis of Porous TiO2 Thin Films via Sol-gel Method and Their Phototocatalyst Performances Reviewed

    Jianxi Yao, Zhihua Tian, Mina Guli, Masahide Takahashi, Toshinobu Yoko,

    Mater. Sci. Forum ACS Publications   687   2011.06

  • Sol-Gel Preparation, Characterization, and Photocatalytic Activity of Macroporous TiO2 Thin Films Reviewed

    Yao JX, Bai YM, Chen NF, Takahashi M, Yoko T

    Journal of the American Ceramic Society The American Ceramic Society   94 ( 4 )   2011.04

  • Structure manufacturing of proton-conducting organic-inorganic hybrid silicophosphite membranes by solventless synthesis Reviewed

    Tokuda Y., Oku S., Yamada T., Takahashi M., Yoko T., Kitagawa H., Ueda Y.

    Journal of Materials Research Materials Research Society   26 ( 6 )   2011.03

  • Bioencapsulation of apomyoglobin in nanoporous organosilica sol-gel glasses: influence of the siloxane network on the conformation and stability of a model protein Reviewed

    Menaa B., Miyagawa Y., Takahashi M., Herrero M., Rives, V. Eggers D.K.

    Biopolymers Wiley   91 ( 11 )   2010.11

  • Fabrication and characterization of macroporous TiO2 films by photo polymerization-induced phase separation method Reviewed

    Yao JX, Tian HX, Takahashi M, Yoko T.

    Materials Letters Elsevier   64 ( 19 )   2010.10

  • Photo-fabrication of titania hybrid films with tunable hierarchical structures and stimuli responsive properties Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Inoue M., Ihara R., Yoko T., Nemoto T., Isoda S., Malfatti L., Costacurta S., Innocenzi P.

    Advanced Materials Wiley-Blackwell   22 ( 30 )   2010.08

  • 光硬化性ホウケイ酸塩系薄膜材料の作製と微細構造形成 Reviewed

    井原 梨恵, 高橋 雅英

    粉体および粉末冶金 社団法人 粉体粉末冶金協会   57   2010.07

  • Photo-curable organically modified silicate-phosphate alternating copolymer for photonics applications Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Suzuki M., Miyagawa Y., Ihara R., Tokuda Y, Yoko T., Nemoto T., Isoda S.

    Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology Springer   54 ( 3 )   2010.06

  • Characterization and solventless growth of salicylic acid macro-crystals involving a nitrogen gas flow Reviewed

    Menaa B., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T.

    Crystal Research and Technology Wiley-VCH   45 ( 4 )   2010.04

  • ゾル-ゲルハイブリッド薄膜における光誘起非平衡状態を利用した自己組織的微細構造形成とその応用 Reviewed

    高橋雅英

    コンバーテック 加工技術協会   38 ( 3 )   2010.03

  • Formation of hybrid nano-crystals in organic-inorganic hybrid films from a basic aqueous system Reviewed

    Figus C., Takahashi M., Kidchob T., Yoko T., Piccinini M., Casula M., Innocenzi P.

    Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology Springer   52 ( 3 )   2009.12

  • Sol-Gel Reactions of 3-Glycidoxypropyltrimethoxysilane in a Highly Basic Aqueous Solution Reviewed

    Innocenzi P., Figus C., Kidchob T., Valentinic, M. Alonso B., Takahashi M.

    Dalton Transactions Royal Society of Chemiatry   42   2009.11

  • Controlled preparation of macroporous TiO2 films by photo polymerization-induced phase separation method and their photocatalytic performance Reviewed

    Yao J., Takahashi M., Yoko T.

    Thin Solid Films Elsevier   517 ( 24 )   2009.10

  • Surfactant-Free Synthesis of Macroporous TiO2 Films by a Photopolymerization-Induced Phase-Separation Method Reviewed

    Yao J., Wang F., Takahashi M., Yoko T.

    Journal Of Physical Chemistry C ACS Publications   113 ( 35 )   2009.08

  • Rewritable holographic structures formed in organic-inorganic hybrid materials by photothermal processing Reviewed

    Kakiuchida H., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., Yoko T.

    Advanced Functional Materials Wiley-VCH   19 ( 16 )   2009.08

  • Silicophosphate/silicophosphite hybrid materials prepared by solventless ethanol condensation Reviewed

    Tokuda Y., Tanaka Y., Takahashi M., Ihara R., Yoko T.

    Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan The Ceramic Society of Japan   117 ( 1367 )   2009.07

  • Self-Organized Layered Nanocrystalline Organosilicates in Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Films Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Figus C., Kidchob T., Enzo S., Casula M., Valentini M., Innocenzi P.

    Advanced Materials Wiley-VCH   21 ( 17 )   2009.05

  • Control of spontaneous emission coupling factor β in fiber-coupled microsphere resonators Reviewed

    Takashima H. Fujiwara H., Takeuchi S., Sasaki K. Takahashi M.

    Applied Physics Letters American Institute of Physics   92 ( 7 )   071115 - 1   2009.02

  • In-situ study of sol–gel processing by time-resolved infrared spectroscopy Reviewed

    Innocenzi P., Kidchob T., Malfatti L., Costacurta S., Takahashi M., Piccinini M., Marcelli M.

    Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology Springer   48   2008.11

  • Organically modified siloxane glass films prepared via a non aqueous gel coating process and doped with optically active dyes rhodamine 6G and coumarin 152 Reviewed

    Menaa B, Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., Yoko T.

    Solid State Sciences Elsevier   10 ( 9 )   2008.09

  • ゾル-ゲル法による光触媒膜 Reviewed

    高橋雅英, 横尾俊信

    日本結晶成長学会誌 日本結晶成長学会   27   2008.08

  • Fabrication of mesoporous functionalized arrays by integrating deep X-ray lithography with dip-pen writing Reviewed

    Falcaro P, Costacurta S., Malfatti L., Takahashi M., Kidchob T., Casula M.F., Piccinini M., Marcelli A., Marmiroli B., Amenitsch H., Schiavuta P., Innocenzi P.

    Advanced Materials Research Trans Tech Publications Inc.   20 ( 10 )   2008.05

  • Bottom-up and top-down approach for periodic microstructures on thin oxide films by controlled photo-activated chemical processes Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Uemura K., Maeda T., Yao J., Tokuda Y., Yoko T., Costacurta S., Malfatti L., Innocenzi P.

    Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology Springer   48   2008.04

  • Self-assembled mesoporous silica-germania films Reviewed

    Costacurta S., Malfatti L., Kidchob T., Takahashi M., Mattei G., Bello V., Maurizio C., Innocenzi P.

    Chemistry of Materials ACS Publications   20 ( 10 )   2008.04

  • Dispersion and photoluminescence of free-metal phtalocyanine doped in sol-gel polyphenylsiloxane glass films Reviewed

    Menaa B, Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T.

    Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry Elsevier   194 ( 41673 )   2008.02

  • Patterning techniques for mesostructured films Reviewed

    Innocenzi P., Kidchob T., Falcaro P., Takahashi M.

    Chemistry of Materials ACS Publications   20   2008

  • Photo-induced formation of wrinkled microstructures with long-range order in thin oxide films Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Maeda T., Uemura K., Yao J., Tokuda T., Yoko T., Kaji H., Marcelli A., Innocenzi P.

    Advanced Materials Wiley-VCH   19 ( 24 )   2007.11

  • Thermosoftening Phenyl Siloxane glasses prepared via concentration of sol: Sol Concentration Method (SCM) Reviewed

    Kuniyoshi M., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., Yoko, T.

    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids Elsevier   353 ( 44-46 )   2007.11

  • Crystallization in hybrid organic-inorganic materials induced by self-organization in basic conditions Reviewed

    Menaa B., Takahashi M., Innocenzi P., Yoko T.

    Chemistry of Materials ACS Publications   19 ( 8 )   2007.04

  • Preparation and Properties of Polyphenylsiloxane-based Hybrid Glass Thick-Films Obtained from a Non-Aqueous Coating Sol via a Single-Step Dip-Coating Reviewed

    Menaa B, Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T.

    Optical Materials Elsevier   29 ( 7 )   2007.03

  • Fiber-microsphere laser with a sub-micrometer sol-gel silica glass layer co-doped with erbium, aluminum and phosphorus Reviewed

    Takashima H., Fujiwara H., Takeuchi S., Sasaki K., Takahashi M.

    Applied Physics Letters American Institute of Physics   90 ( 10 )   10113 - 1   2007.03

  • Substituent effect on the formation of organically-modified silicophosphate alternating copolymer through nonaqueous acid-base reaction Reviewed

    Mizuno M., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., Yoko T.

    Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology Springer   44   2007.01

  • Effect of organic group on structure and viscoelastic properties of organic-inorganic polysiloxane hybrid system Reviewed

    Kakiuchida H., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., Masai H., Yoko T.

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B ACS Publications   111 ( 5 )   2007.01

  • 有機修飾ケイリン酸無機ポリマー Reviewed

    高橋雅英

    ニューガラス85 ニューガラスフォーラム   22 ( 2 )   2007

  • Preparation of phenyl-modified siloxane glasses with softening temperature controlled by Rapid Heat Treatment (RHT) Reviewed

    Kuniyoshi M., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., Yoko T.

    Chemistry Letters The Chemical Society of Japan   35 ( 12 )   2006.12

  • High Optical Quality Spin-Coated Polyphenylsiloxane Glass Thick-Films on PET and Silica substrates Reviewed

    Menaa B., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T.

    Materials Research Bulletin Elsevier   41 ( 10 )   2006.10

  • Wavelength dependence of thermo-optic coefficient of organically-modified SiO2-ZrO2 hybrid films Reviewed

    Eun-Seok Kang, Masahide Takahashi, Yomei Tokuda, Toshinobu Yoko

    Applied Physics Letters American Institute of Physics   89 ( 13 )   131916 - 1   2006.09

  • High dispersion and fluorescence of Anthracene doped in polyphenylsiloxane films Reviewed

    Menaa B., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T.

    Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology Springer   39 ( 2 )   2006.08

  • Structure and water durability of organically-modified tin(II) silicophosphate glasses prepared by nonaqueous acid-base reactions Reviewed

    Mizuno M., Takahashi M., Yoko T.

    Journal of Materials Research Materials Research Society   21 ( 7 )   2006.07

  • OH-free phenyl modified siloxane low-melting glasses with ultra low saturated water-absorption Reviewed

    Kuniyoshi M., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T.

    Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan The Ceramic Society of Japan   114 ( 1331 )   2006.07

  • Template-Free Magnesium Oxide Hollow Sphere Inclusion in Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Film via Sol-Gel Reaction Reviewed

    Kang E. S., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y, Yoko T.

    Langmuir ACS Publications   22 ( 12 )   2006.06

  • Metal Phosphate Low-Melting Glasses Prepared by Non-Aqueous Acid-Base Reaction Reviewed

    Menaa B, Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T.

    Journal of the American Ceramic Society Wiley-Blackwell   2006.06

  • Hydrolysis and polycondensation of acid-catalyzed Phenyltriethoxysilane (PhTES) Reviewed

    Kuniyoshi M., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T.

    Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology Springer   39 ( 2 )   2006.06

  • Synthesis and characteristics of curable siloxane-based organic-inorganic hybrid materials modified with vinyl and isopropenoxy Reviewed

    Kang E. S., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., Yoko T.

    Journal of Materials Research Materials Research Society   21 ( 5 )   2006.05

  • Photo-thermal fabrication of microstructures in transparent low-melting media doped with rare earth ions as a light absorber Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Saito M., Mizuno M., Kakiuchida H., Tokuda Y., Yoko T.

    Applied Physics Letters American Institute of Physics   88 ( 19 )   2006.05

  • Organic-inorganic hybrid material of phenyl-modified polysilicophosphate prepared through nonaqueous acid-base reaction Reviewed

    Mizuno M., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., Yoko T.

    Chemistry of Materials ACS Publications   18 ( 8 )   2006.04

  • Viscoelastic and structural properties of phenyl-modified polysiloxane system with a three-dimensional structure Reviewed

    Kakiuchida H., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., Masai H., Kuniyoshi M., and Yoko T.

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B ACS Publications   110 ( 14 )   2006.03

  • Network modification and water durability improvement of inorganic-organic hybrid tin-silico-phosphate low-melting glasses by incorporation of polycarboxylic acids Reviewed

    Menaa B, Masai H., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T.

    Journal of Solid State Chemistry Elsevier   176   2006.02

  • Domain Size Change of Spinodal Phase Separation Structure in the Sol-Gel Derived TiO2 Thin Film Reviewed

    Mori R., Takahashi M., and Yoko T.

    Journal of Materials Research Materials Research Society   21 ( 1 )   2006.01

  • Cr3+-TiO2 thin film electrodes: Effects of the homogeneous- and the sectional-doping Reviewed

    Enkhtuvshin D., Takahashi M., and Yoko T.

    Journal of The Electrochemical Society Electrochemical Society, Inc.   153 ( 6 )   2006.01

  • 光重合誘起相分離を利用したマイクロ構造形成 Reviewed

    高橋雅英

    ニューガラス80 ニューガラスフォーラム   21 ( 1 )   2006

  • Conducting and magnetic properties of 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium (EMI) salts containing paramagnetic irons: Liquids [EMI][MIIICl4] (M=Fe and Fe0.5Ga0.5) and [EMI]2[FeIICl4] Reviewed

    Yoshida Y., Muroi K., Otsuka A., Saito G., Natsume S., Nishibori E., Takata M, Sakata M., Takahashi M., and Yoko T.

    Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan Chemical Society of Japan/Nippon Kagakukai   78 ( 11 )   2005.11

  • 無水酸塩基反応により作製した有機―無機ハイブリッド低温溶融ガラスへの光機能性賦与 Reviewed

    水野 めぐみ, 垣内田 洋, 高橋 雅英, 徳田 陽明, 横尾 俊信

    粉体および粉末冶金 社団法人 粉体粉末冶金協会   52   2005.10

  • Organic-inorganic hybrid low-melting glasses doped with optical active centers via non-aqueous acid-base reaction Reviewed

    Mizuno M., Kakiuchida H., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T.

    粉体および粉末冶金 社団法人 粉体粉末冶金協会   52   2005.10

  • Leaching of lead and connectivity of plumbate networks in lead silicate glasses Reviewed

    Mizuno M., Takahashi M., Takaishi T., Yoko T.

    Journal of the American Ceramic Society Wiley-Blackwell   88 ( 10 )   2005.10

  • Highly conducting ionic liquids based on 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium cation Reviewed

    Y. Yoshida, J. Fujii, K. Muroi, A. Otsuka, G. Saito, M. Takahashi , T. Yoko

    Synthetic Metals Elsevier   153   2005.09

  • Controlling carrier density and its effect on I-V characteristics of the anatase –TiO2 thin films prepared by a sputter deposition method Reviewed

    Enkhtuvshin D., Takahashi M., Tokuda T. and Yoko T.

    Thin Solid Films Elsevier   483 ( 41641 )   2005.07

  • Structural study on PbO-SiO2 glasses by X-ray and neutron diffraction and 29Si MAS NMR measurements Reviewed

    Takaishi T., Takahashi M., Jin J., Uchino T., Yoko T.

    Journal of the American Ceramic Society Wiley-Blackwell   88 ( 6 )   2005.06

  • Structure and formation of six-fold coordinated silicon in phosphosilicate glasses Reviewed

    Miyabe D., Takahashi M., Tokuda T., Yoko T., Uchino T.

    Physical Review B American Physical Society   71 ( 17 )   172202 - 1   2005.05

  • Gel-melting method for preparation of organically-modified siloxane low-melting glasses Reviewed

    Masai H., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T.

    Journal of Materials Research Materials Research Society   20 ( 5 )   2005.05

  • Enhancement of polymerization reaction by diethyl ether-aqueous NaOH immiscible two phase liquid treatment of phenyl-modified polysiloxane glass Reviewed

    Masai H., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T.

    Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan The Ceramic Society of Japan   113 ( 1315 )   2005.03

  • Photoelectrochemical and Photocatalytic Properties of Multilayered TiO2 Thin Films with a Spinodal Phase Separation Structure Prepared by a Sol-Gel Process Reviewed

    Mori R., Takahashi M., and Yoko T.

    Journal of Materials Research Materials Research Society   20 ( 1 )   2005.01

  • 2D spinodal phase separated TiO2 films prepared by sol-gel process and photocatalytic activity Reviewed

    Mori R., Takahashi M., and Yoko T.

    Materials Research Bulletin Elsevier   39 ( 13 )   2004.11

  • Preparation of Eu-doped CaGa2S4-CaS composite bicolor phosphor for white light emitting diode Reviewed

    Zhang J., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y. and Yoko T.

    Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan The Ceramic Society of Japan   112 ( 1309 )   2004.09

  • 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium based ionic liquids containing cyano groups: synthesis, characterization, and crystal structure Reviewed

    Yoshida Y, Muroi K., Otsuka A., Saito G., Takahashi M., and Yoko T.

    Inorganic chemistry ACS Publications   43 ( 4 )   2004.02

  • Origin of intrinsic second-harmonic generation in crystallized GeO2-SiO2 glass films Reviewed

    Fujiwara T., Sawada T., Honma T., Benino Y., Komatsu T., Takahashi M., Yoko T., and Nishii J.

    Japanese Journal of Applied Physics(regular paper) The Japan Society of Applied Physics   42 ( 12 )   2003.12

  • Effective charge separation in TiO2/VO2/TiO2 multi-layered film electrodes prepared by a sputtering method Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Tsukigi K., Enkhtuvshin D., and Yoko T.

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B ACS Publications   107 ( 48 )   2003.11

  • Photochemical process of divalent germanium responsible for photorefractive index change in GeO2-SiO2 glasses Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Sakoh A., Tokuda Y., Yoko T., Nishii J., Nishiyama H., and Miyamoto I.

    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids Elsevier   345&346   2003.10

  • Organic-inorganic hybrid phosphite low-melting glasses for photonics application Reviewed

    Takahashi M, Niida H, Tokuda Y, Yoko T

    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids Elsevier   326&327   2003.10

  • Photochemical process of divalent germanium responsible for photorefractive index change in GeO2-SiO2 glasses Reviewed

    Sakoh A., Takahashi M., Yoko T., Nishii J., Nishiyama H., and Miyamoto I.

    Optics Express The Optical Society of America   11 ( 21 )   2003.10

  • Waveguide formation in niobium tellurite glasses by pico- and femtosecond laser pulses Reviewed

    Tokuda Y., Saito M., Takahashi M., Yamada K., Watanabe W., Itoh K. and Yoko T.

    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids Elsevier   326   2003.10

  • Photosensitive and athermal glasses for optical channel waveguides Reviewed

    Nishii J., Kintaka K., Nishiyama H., and Takahashi M.

    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids Elsevier   326&327   2003.10

  • Photosensitive GeO2-SiO2 films for ultraviolet laser writing of channel waveguides and Bragg gratings with Cr-loaded waveguide structure Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Sakoh A., Ichii K., Tokuda T., Yoko T. and Nishii J.

    Applied Optics The Optical Society of America   42 ( 22 )   2003.08

  • Direct observation of second-harmonic generation from crystalline particles in Ge-doped SiO2 glass films Reviewed

    Fujiwara T., Sawada T., Benino Y., Komatsu T., Takahashi M., Yoko T., and Nishii J.

    Optics Express The Optical Society of America   11 ( 14 )   2003.07

  • Anelastic compression of nano-meter-sized silica particles under high pressure: a high-energy x-ray diffraction measurement Reviewed

    Uchino T., Sakoh A., Azuma M., Kohara S., Takahashi M., Takano M., and Yoko T.

    Physical Review B American Physical Society   67 ( 9 )   092202 - 1   2003.03

  • Preparation of organic-inorganic hybrid precursors O=P(OSiMe3)x(OH)3-x for low-melting glasses Reviewed

    Niida H, Takahashi M, Uchino T, Yoko, T

    Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan The Ceramic Society of Japan   111 ( 3 )   2003.03

  • Preparation and structure of organic-inorganic hybrid low-melting phosphite glasses from phosphonic acid H3PO3 Reviewed

    Niida H, Takahashi M, Uchino T, Yoko, T

    Journal of Materials Research Materials Research Society   18 ( 5 )   2003.03

  • Spontaneous reduction of europium ions below 250°C in organic-inorganic hybrid low-melting phosphite glasses Reviewed

    Niida H, Takahashi M, Uchino T, Yoko T

    Journal of Materials Research Materials Research Society   18 ( 1 )   2003.01

  • Preparation, structure and properties of doped aluminum titanate ceramics with improved thermal and mechanical performance Reviewed

    Takahash M., Fukuda M., Fukuda M., Fukuda H. and Yoko T.

    Journal of the American Ceramic Society Wiley-Blackwell   85 ( 12 )   2002.12

  • Structure of organic-inorganic hybrid low-melting glasses from 29Si NMR and ab initio molecular orbital calculations Reviewed

    Niida H, Tokuda Y., Takahashi M, Uchino T, Yoko T

    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids Elsevier   311 ( 2 )   2002.11

  • Photochemical reaction of divalent-germanium center in germanosilicate glasses under intense near-ultraviolet laser excitation: Origin of 5.7eV band and site selective excitation of divalent-germanium center Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Ichii K., Tokuda Y., Uchino T., Nishii J., Fujiwara T. and Yoko T.

    Journal of Applied Physics American Institute of Physics   92 ( 7 )   2002.10

  • Application of femtosecond laser pulses for microfabrication of transparent media Reviewed

    Juodkazis S, Matsuo S, Misawa H, Mizeikis V, Marcinkevicius A, Sun HB, Tokuda Y, Takahashi M, Yoko T, Nishii J

    Applied Surface Science Elsevier   197   2002.09

  • Preparation and structure of organic-inorganic hybrid precursors for new type low-melting glasses Reviewed

    Niida H, Takahashi M, Uchino T, Yoko T

    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids Elsevier   306 ( 3 )   2002.09

  • Microscopic model of photoinduced and pressure-induced UV spectral changes in germanosilicate glass Reviewed

    Uchino T, Takahashi M, Ichii K, Yoko T

    Physical Review B American Physical Society   65 ( 17 )   2002.05

  • Photoelectrochemical properties of sol-gel-derived Ti1-xVxO2 solid solution film photoelectrodes Reviewed

    Zhao GL, Han GR, Takahashi M, Yoko T

    Thin Solid Films Elsevier   410 ( 41641 )   2002.05

  • Correlation between macro- and micro-structural changes in Ge:SiO2 and SiO2 glasses under intense uv irradiations Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Uchino T. and Yoko T.

    Journal of the American Ceramic Society Wiley-Blackwell   85 ( 5 )   2002.05

  • 無水酸-塩基反応を用いた有機無機ハイブリッドガラスの作製 Reviewed

    高橋雅英、新居田治樹、横尾俊信

    ニューガラス65 ニューガラスフォーラム   17 ( 2 )   2002

  • Model of a switching oxide trap in amorphous silicon dioxide Reviewed

    Uchino T., Takahashi M. and Yoko T.

    Physical Review B American Physical Society   64 ( 8 )   081310(R)1 - 4   2001.08

  • Photoelectrochemical properties of the sol-gel derived Ti1-xVxO2 thin film electrodes Reviewed

    Enkhtuvshin D, Takahashi M, Zhao GL, and Yoko T

    Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan The Ceramic Society of Japan   109 ( 8 )   2001.08

  • Enhanced photocurrent in thin film TiO2 electrodes prepared by sol-gel method Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Tsukigi K., Uchino T. and Yoko T.

    Thin Solid Films Elsevier   388 ( 41641 )   2001.07

  • Mechanism of electron trapping in Ge-doped SiO2 glass Reviewed

    Uchino T., Takahashi M. and Yoko T.

    Applied Physics Letters American Institute of Physics   79 ( 3 )   2001.07

  • E’ centers in amorphous SiO2 revisited: a new look at an old problem Reviewed

    Uchino T.,Takahashi M. and Yoko, T.

    Physical Review Letters American Physical Society   86 ( 24 )   2001.06

  • Structure and generation mechanism of the peroxy-radical defect in amorphous silica Reviewed

    Uchino T.,Takahashi M. and Yoko T.

    Physical Review Letters American Physical Society   86 ( 20 )   2001.05

  • Mechanism of interconversion among Radiation induced defects in amorphous silicon dioxide Reviewed

    Uchino T.,Takahashi M. and Yoko T.

    Physical Review Letters American Physical Society   86 ( 9 )   2001.02

  • Preparation of organic–inorganic hybrid low melting amorphous materials through nonaqueous acid base reaction Reviewed

    Niida H, Takahashi M, Uchino T, Yoko T

    Physics and Chemistry of Glasses Society of Glass Technology   43C   2001

  • Structure and Paramagnetic Properties of Defect Centers in Ge-Doped SiO2 Glass: Localized and Delocalized Ge E’ Centers Reviewed

    Uchino T.,Takahashi M. and Yoko T.

    Physical Review B American Physical Society   62 ( 23 )   2000.12

  • Model of oxygen-deficiency-related defects in SiO2 glass Reviewed

    Uchino T., Takahashi M. and Yoko T.

    Physical Review B American Physical Society   62 ( 5 )   2000.08

  • Structure and formation mechanism of Ge E’ center from divalent defects in Ge-doped SiO2 glass Reviewed

    Uchino T., Takahashi M. and Yoko T.

    Physical Review Letters American Physical Society   84 ( 7 )   2000.02

  • Preparation and upconversion properties of Er3+-doped lead fluorosilicate glass-ceramics Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Izuki M., Shojiya M., Qiu J., Kawamoto Y. and Kadono K

    Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan The Ceramic Society of Japan   107 ( 12 )   1999.12

  • Radiative and non-radiative relaxation of rare-earth ions in Ga2S3×GeS2×La2S3 glasses Reviewed

    Kadono K., Shojiya M., Takahashi M., Higuchi H. and Kawamoto Y.

    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids Elsevier   259   1999.11

  • Photochemical reactions of Ge-related defects in 10GeO2×90SiO2 glass prepared by sol-gel process Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Shigemura H., Kawamoto Y., Nishii J. and Yoko T.

    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids Elsevier   259   1999.11

  • F1s XPS of Fluoride Glasses and Related Fluoride Crystals Reviewed

    Kawamoto Y., Ogura K., Shojiya M., Takahashi M. and Kadono K.

    Journal of Fluorine Chemistry Elsevier   96 ( 2 )   1999.07

  • Local structure of Er3+-containing Ga2S3-GeS2-La2S3 glass Reviewed

    Higuchi H., Kanno R., Kawamoto Y., Takahashi M. and Kadono K.

    Physics and Chemistry of Glasses Society of Glass Technology   40 ( 3 )   1999.06

  • Physicochemical properties and structure of Ga2S3-GeS2-La2S3-La2S3 Glasses (Ln=yttrium or lanthanoids) Reviewed

    Higuchi H., Kanno R., Kawamoto Y., Takahashi M. and Kadono K.

    Physics and Chemistry of Glasses Society of Glass Technology   40 ( 2 )   1999.04

  • Ultraviolet-Photosensitive Effect of Sol-Gel-Derived GeO2-SiO2 Glasses Reviewed

    Shigemura H., Kawamoto Y., Nishii J. and Takahashi M.

    Journal of Applied Physics American Institute of Physics   85 ( 7 )   1999.04

  • Comparison of electro-optic effect between stoichiometric and congruent LiNbO3 Reviewed

    Fujiwara T.,Takahashi M., Ohama M., Ikushima A.J., Furukawa Y. and Kitamura K.

    Electronics Letters The Institution of Engineering and Technology   35 ( 6 )   1999.03

  • Preparation and photoelectrochemical properties of Ti1-xVxO2 solid solution thin film photoelectrodes with gradient bandgap Reviewed

    Zhao G., Kozuka H., Lin H., Takahashi M. and Yoko T.

    Thin Solid Films Elsevier   340 ( 41641 )   1999.02

  • 均質系ガラス材料における非線形光学特性 Reviewed

    高橋雅英, 横尾俊信

    ニューガラス54 ニューガラスフォーラム   14 ( 3 )   1999

  • Selectively strong green up-conversion luminescence in Nd3+-Ho3+ co-doped ZrF4-based fluoride glasses under 800 nm excitation Reviewed

    Qiu J., Shojiya M., Kanno R., Kawamoto Y. and Takahashi M.

    Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Institute of Physics   10 ( 48 )   1998.12

  • F- Coordination Environments around Eu3+ and Er3+ inMFn-BaF2-LnF3 Glasses (M = Zn, Al, Ga, Sc, Zr or Hf; n = 2, 3 or 4; Ln = Eu or Er) Reviewed

    Kawamoto Y., Ogura K., Shojiya M., Takahashi M. and Kadono K.

    Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Institute of Physics   10 ( 43 )   1998.11

  • Upconversion characteristics of Er3+ in transparent oxyfluoride glass-ceramics Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Izuki M., Kanno R. and Kawamoto Y.

    Journal of Applied Physics American Institute of Physics   83 ( 7 )   1998.04

  • Compositional dependence of local vibration around rare earth ion in SiO2-PbF2 glass-ceramics Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Kano M. and Kawamoto Y.

    Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Institute of Physics   10 ( 14 )   1998.04

  • Optical property and local environment of Ni2+ in fluoride glasses Reviewed

    Shigemura H., Shojiya M., Kanno R., Kawamoto Y., Kadono K. and Takahashi M.

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B ACS Publications   102 ( 11 )   1998.03

  • Thermal equilibrium of Ge-related defects in GeO2-SiO2 glass Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Fujiwara T., Kawachi T. and Ikushima A. J.

    Applied Physics Letters American Institute of Physics   72 ( 11 )   1998.03

  • Second-harmonic generation in UV-poled glass Reviewed

    Fujiwara T., Takahashi M. and Ikushima A. J.

    Japanese Journal of Applied Physics The Japan Society of Applied Physics   37 ( 1 )   1998.03

  • Defect formation in GeO2-SiO2 glass by UV-excited poling Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Fujiwara T. and Ikushima A. J.

    Japanese Journal of Applied Physics The Japan Society of Applied Physics   37 ( 1 )   1998.03

  • Optical absorption and multiphonon relaxation of Nd3+ ions in ZnCl2-based glass Reviewed

    Shojiya M., Takahashi M., Kanno R., Kawamoto Y. and Kadono K.

    Applied Physics Letters American Institute of Physics   72 ( 8 )   1998.02

  • Optical transitions and frequency upconversion emission of Er3+ ions in Ga2S3-GeS2-La2S3 glasses Reviewed

    Higuchi H., Takahashi M., Kawamoto Y., Kadono K., Ohtsuki T., Peyghanbarian N. and Kitamura N.

    Journal of Applied Physics American Institute of Physics   83 ( 1 )   1998.01

  • Optical transitions of Er3+ ions in ZnCl2-based glass Reviewed

    Shojiya M., Takahashi M., Kanno R., Kawamoto Y. and Kadono K.

    Journal of Applied Physics American Institute of Physics   82 ( 12 )   1997.12

  • Defect formation in GeO2-SiO2 glass by poling with ArF laser excitation Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Kawachi T., Fujiwara T. and Ikushima A. J.

    Applied Physics Letters American Institute of Physics   71 ( 8 )   1997.08

  • Second-harmonics generation in Germanosilicate glass poled with UV excitation Reviewed

    Fujiwara T.,Takahashi M. and Ikushima A. J.

    Applied Physics Letters American Institute of Physics   71 ( 8 )   1997.08

  • Fluorine coordination environments around cations in MFn-BaF2-EuF3 glasses (M=Zn, Al, Ga, In, Sc or Hf) Reviewed

    Kawamoto Y., Kanno R., Kobayashi T. and Takahashi M.

    Physics and Chemistry of Glasses Society of Glass Technology   38 ( 3 )   1997.06

  • Decay behavior of second-order nonlinearity in GeO2-SiO2 glass poled with UV-irradiation Reviewed

    Fujiwara T., Takahashi M. and Ikushima A. J.

    Electronics Letters The Institution of Engineering and Technology   33 ( 11 )   1997.05

  • Nonradiative decay processes and mechanisms of frequency upconversion of Er3+ in ZrF4-BaF2-LaF3 glass system Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Shojiya M., Kanno R., Kawamoto Y., Kadono K., Ohtsuki T. and Peyghambarian N.

    Journal of Applied Physics American Institute of Physics   81 ( 7 )   1997.04

  • Frequency upconversion of Er3+ in Ga2S3-GeS2-La2S3 glasses Reviewed

    Kadono K., Takahashi M., Higuchi H., Shojiya M., Ohtsuki T., Kawamoto Y. and Peyghanbarian N.

    Proceedings of SPIE SPIE   2996   1997

  • Evanescent-field amplification in Nd3+-doped fluoride planar waveguide Reviewed

    Ohtsuki T., Honkanen S., Peyghambarian N., Takahashi M., Kawamoto Y., Tervonen A. and Kadono K.

    Applied Physics Letters American Institute of Physics   69 ( 14 )   1996.09

  • Mössbauer and fluorescence spectroscopic study on the local environment around trivalent Europium ion in the Chlorofluoroziruconate glass system Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Kanno R. and Kawamoto Y.

        100 ( 26 )   1996.06

  • ガラスのポーリング技術と光非線形性 Reviewed

    藤原巧, 高橋雅英, 生嶋明

    第18回光波センシング技術研究会講演論文集 社団法人 応用物理学会   1996

  • ハロゲン化物ガラス中の希土類イオンの光遷移特性 Reviewed

    高橋雅英, 小路谷将範, 河本洋二

    ニューガラス ニューガラスフォーラム   11   1996

  • Local structure around Zr4+ in ZrF4-BaF2-BaCl2-EuF3 glasses Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Kanno R. and Kawamoto Y.

    Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Institute of Physics   7 ( 40 )   1995.10

  • Upconversion luminescence of Er3+ in CdX2 system glasses (X=Cl, Br, I) Reviewed

    Shojiya M., Takahashi M., Kanno R., Kawamoto Y. and Kadono K.

    Applied Physics Letters American Institute of Physics   67 ( 17 )   1995.08

  • Molecular dynamics simulation of Eu3+-doped chlorofluoro-zirconate glasses Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Yamamoto R., Kanno R. and Kawamoto Y.

    Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Institute of Physics   7 ( 24 )   1995.06

  • Spectroscopic studies of radiative transitions and upconversion characteristics of Er3+ ions in simple pseudoternaryfluoride glasses MFn-BaF2-YF3 (M: Zr, Hf, Al, Ga, Sc, In or Zn) Reviewed

    Tanabe S., Takahara K., Takahashi M. and Kawamoto Y.

    Journal of the Optical Society of America B: Optical Physics Optical Society of America   12 ( 5 )   1995.05

  • Upconversion luminescence of Ga2S3-based sulfide glasses containing Er3+ ions Reviewed

    Kadono K., Higuchi H., Takahashi M., Kawamoto Y. and Tanaka H.

    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids Elsevier   184   1995.05

  • Upconversion luminescence of Er3+ in chloride glasses based on ZnCl2 or CdCl2 Reviewed

    Shojiya M., Takahashi M., Kanno R., Kawamoto Y. and Kadono K.

    Applied Physics Letters American Institute of Physics   65 ( 15 )   1994.10

  • Compositional dependence of Er3+ upconversion luminescence in MF-LiF-ZrF4 glasses (M: alkali metals) Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Kanno R., Kawamoto Y., Tanabe S. and Hirao K.

    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids Elsevier   168 ( 41641 )   1994.02

  • Compositional dependence of Er3+ upconversion luminescence of trivalent Erbium ions in fluorozirconate glasses, II. alkaline earth fluoride dependence Reviewed

    Takahashi M., Kanno R., Kawamoto Y., Tanabe S. and Hirao K.

    Materials Research Bulletin Elsevier   28 ( 6 )   1993.06

  • Compositional dependence of Er3+ upconversion luminescence of trivalent Erbium ions in fluorozirconate glasses, III. anion substitution effect Reviewed

    Kawamoto Y., Kanno R., Yokota R., Takahashi M., Tanabe S. and Hirao K.

    Journal of Solid State Chemistry Elsevier   103 ( 2 )   1993.04

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Books and Other Publications

  • 低温溶融性を示す有機―無機ハイブリッドガラス材料

    高橋雅英、横尾俊信( Role: Joint author)

    CMC出版  2005 

  • ゾル-ゲル法による有機-無機ハイブリッド低融点ガラスの作製およびその構造・物性

    横尾俊信,高橋雅英,徳田陽明,正井博和,新居田治樹( Role: Joint author)

    CMC出版  2005 

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  • Oriented Films of Metal-Organic Frameworks on Metal Hydroxides via Heteroepitaxial Growth

    Masahide Takahashi

    Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan   94 ( 11 )   2602 - 2612   2021( ISSN:0009-2673 ( eISSN:1348-0634

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    Framework compounds such as metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are characterized by their micropores, which provide a large accessible surface for applications such as gas storage and catalysis. Additional functionalities for electronics, photonics, and magnetic applications can be attained by accommodating functional guests (molecules, ions, or nano-objects) into the pores. Device-scale MOF thin films with controlled crystallographic orientations must be achieved to enhance these sophisticated functionalities for practical applications. Recently, we reported the heteroepitaxial growth of MOFs via solution processing of precursor metal hydroxide-oriented films. The resultant MOF film exhibited crystallographic orientation along all three axes, which can be used as quasi-single crystals because the pores are aligned in specific directions at the macroscopic scale. The orientation primarily depends on the crystallographic plane of the seed metal hydroxide layer. In this article, recent advances in the fabrication and application of oriented MOF films are reviewed.

    DOI: 10.1246/bcsj.20210274

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