2014 - Centenary Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry (UK)
2008 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1998 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary areas of study are Organic chemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Catalysis, Fullerene and Reagent. Eiichi Nakamura undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Organic chemistry and Conjugate in his work. His Medicinal chemistry research incorporates themes from Yield, Olefin fiber, Iron catalyzed, Alkene and Stereochemistry.
His Catalysis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ligand, Polymer chemistry, Alkyl and Amide. Eiichi Nakamura interconnects Supramolecular chemistry, Molecule, Polymer solar cell, Photochemistry and Analytical chemistry in the investigation of issues within Fullerene. He has included themes like Combinatorial chemistry, Stoichiometry, Bromide and Oxidative addition in his Reagent study.
Eiichi Nakamura mostly deals with Organic chemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Fullerene, Catalysis and Reagent. His study in Yield, Alkyl, Regioselectivity, Alkylation and Zinc are all subfields of Organic chemistry. In Medicinal chemistry, Eiichi Nakamura works on issues like Acetal, which are connected to Cycloaddition.
As a member of one scientific family, Eiichi Nakamura mostly works in the field of Fullerene, focusing on Molecule and, on occasion, Crystallography. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Aryl and Indium. His work deals with themes such as Combinatorial chemistry and Allylic rearrangement, which intersect with Reagent.
Eiichi Nakamura mainly investigates Photochemistry, Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Molecule and Medicinal chemistry. Eiichi Nakamura combines subjects such as Conjugated system, Fullerene, Carbon and Iodide with his study of Photochemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Reagent, Amide, Aryl, Alkyl and Combinatorial chemistry in addition to Catalysis.
Eiichi Nakamura studies Organic chemistry, namely Iron catalyzed. His studies deal with areas such as Crystallography and Chemical physics as well as Molecule. The Medicinal chemistry study which covers Alkylation that intersects with Halide and Primary.
His primary areas of study are Organic chemistry, Catalysis, Medicinal chemistry, Photochemistry and Perovskite. His research brings together the fields of Polymer chemistry and Organic chemistry. His Catalysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Reagent, Aryl, Alkyl and Amide.
His Reagent study combines topics in areas such as Combinatorial chemistry, Zinc, Electrophile and Phosphine. Eiichi Nakamura interconnects Alkylation, Base, Bond cleavage, Ligand and Alkene in the investigation of issues within Medicinal chemistry. His Photochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Conjugated system, Fullerene, Carbon and Iodide.
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Functionalized fullerenes in water. The first 10 years of their chemistry, biology, and nanoscience
Eiichi Nakamura;Hiroyuki Isobe.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2003)
Photoinduced biochemical activity of fullerene carboxylic acid
Hidetoshi Tokuyama;Shigeru Yamago;Eiichi Nakamura;Takashi Shiraki.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1993)
Columnar Structure in Bulk Heterojunction in Solution-Processable Three-Layered p-i-n Organic Photovoltaic Devices Using Tetrabenzoporphyrin Precursor and Silylmethylfullerene
Yutaka Matsuo;Yoshiharu Sato;Takaaki Niinomi;Iwao Soga.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
Iron-Catalyzed C-H Bond Activation.
Rui Shang;Laurean Ilies;Eiichi Nakamura.
Chemical Reviews (2017)
Iron-catalyzed cross-coupling of primary and secondary alkyl halides with aryl grignard reagents.
Masaharu Nakamura;Keiko Matsuo;Shingo Ito;Eiichi Nakamura.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
In vivo biological behavior of a water-miscible fullerene: 14C labeling, absorption, distribution, excretion and acute toxicity
Shigeru Yamago;Hidetoshi Tokuyama;Eiichi Nakamura;Koichi Kikuchi.
Chemistry & Biology (1995)
Spherical bilayer vesicles of fullerene-based surfactants in water: a laser light scattering study.
Shuiqin Zhou;Christian Burger;Benjamin Chu;Masaya Sawamura.
Low-valent iron-catalyzed C-C bond formation-addition, substitution, and C-H bond activation.
Eiichi Nakamura;Naohiko Yoshikai.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (2010)
Stacking of conical molecules with a fullerene apex into polar columns in crystals and liquid crystals
Masaya Sawamura;Masaya Sawamura;Kenji Kawai;Yutaka Matsuo;Kiyoshi Kanie.
Mechanism of C-H Bond Activation/C-C Bond Formation Reaction between Diazo Compound and Alkane catalyzed by Dirhodium Tetracarboxylate
Eiichi Nakamura;Naohiko Yoshikai;Masahiro Yamanaka.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
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