Kenji Kaneko mostly deals with Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering, Anatase, Transmission electron microscopy and Turbine. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Supramolecular chemistry, Nucleobase and Fluorescence. Kenji Kaneko has included themes like β 1 3 glucan and Schizophyllan in his Chemical engineering study.
His studies deal with areas such as Nanorod, Thin film and Rutile as well as Anatase. His specific area of interest is Transmission electron microscopy, where he studies Electron tomography. He works on Turbine which deals in particular with Wells turbine.
His primary areas of investigation include Transmission electron microscopy, Composite material, Metallurgy, Wells turbine and Microstructure. His research in Transmission electron microscopy intersects with topics in Crystallography and Analytical chemistry. While the research belongs to areas of Analytical chemistry, Kenji Kaneko spends his time largely on the problem of Thin film, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Band gap.
His Metallurgy study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Precipitation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Marine engineering, Mechanics and Wave power. His Turbine study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Impulse, Energy transformation and Acoustics.
Kenji Kaneko mainly investigates Metallurgy, Composite material, Transmission electron microscopy, Microstructure and Electrical conductor. His Composite material research includes elements of Crystallization and Superconductivity. His Transmission electron microscopy research includes themes of Martensite and Dislocation.
The concepts of his Microstructure study are interwoven with issues in Phase and Diffusion. His Layer study deals with Metal organic deposition intersecting with Analytical chemistry. His Nanoparticle study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Chemical engineering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Nanotechnology, Scanning transmission electron microscopy, Nanoparticle, Atomic units and Microstructure. Kenji Kaneko combines subjects such as Ether, High-temperature superconductivity and Dissolution with his study of Nanotechnology. His Scanning transmission electron microscopy study also includes fields such as
Kenji Kaneko interconnects Transmission electron microscopy and Phase in the investigation of issues within Microstructure. His Metallurgy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Tomography and Wafer. His work carried out in the field of Analytical chemistry brings together such families of science as In situ electron microscopy and Electric field induced strain.
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Modification of gold nanorods using phosphatidylcholine to reduce cytotoxicity
Hironobu Takahashi;Yasuro Niidome;Takuro Niidome;Kenji Kaneko.
Preparation and characterization of polycrystalline anatase and rutile TiO2 thin films by rf magnetron sputtering
L Miao;P Jin;K Kaneko;A Terai.
Applied Surface Science (2003)
Achieving High Strength and High Ductility in Precipitation‐Hardened Alloys
Zenji Horita;Kunihiro Ohashi;Takeshi Fujita;Kenji Kaneko.
Advanced Materials (2005)
A formation mechanism of carbon nanotube films on SiC(0001)
M. Kusunoki;T. Suzuki;T. Hirayama;N. Shibata.
Applied Physics Letters (2000)
Supramolecular Hydrogel Exhibiting Four Basic Logic Gate Functions To Fine-Tune Substance Release
Harunobu Komatsu;Shinji Matsumoto;Shun ichi Tamaru;Kenji Kaneko.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
Nanoparticles of adaptive supramolecular networks self-assembled from nucleotides and lanthanide ions.
Ryuhei Nishiyabu;Nozomi Hashimoto;Ten Cho;Kazuto Watanabe.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
Structural and morphological characterization of cerium oxide nanocrystals prepared by hydrothermal synthesis.
Kenji Kaneko;Koji Inoke;Bert Freitag;Ana B. Hungria.
Nano Letters (2007)
Inclusion of Cut and As-Grown Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes in the Helical Superstructure of Schizophyllan and Curdlan (β-1,3-Glucans)
Munenori Numata;Masayoshi Asai;Kenji Kaneko;Ah Hyun Bae.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
A review of impulse turbines for wave energy conversion
T Setoguchi;S Santhakumar;H Maeda;M Takao.
Renewable Energy (2001)
Extra-low-temperature oxygen storage capacity of CeO2 nanocrystals with cubic facets.
Jing Zhang;Hitoshi Kumagai;Kae Yamamura;Satoshi Ohara.
Nano Letters (2011)
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