2023 - Research.com Chemistry in Japan Leader Award
Masaki Takata mainly focuses on Crystallography, Nanotechnology, Condensed matter physics, Adsorption and Inorganic chemistry. Masaki Takata has researched Crystallography in several fields, including X-ray crystallography, Fullerene and Stereochemistry. The concepts of his Nanotechnology study are interwoven with issues in Thermal expansion, Electrostatics and Composite number.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Coordination polymer, Ligand, Chemical engineering and Porous medium. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Inorganic chemistry, Desorption is strongly linked to Hydrogen. His studies deal with areas such as Ion and Metal–insulator transition as well as Crystal structure.
Masaki Takata mainly investigates Crystallography, Condensed matter physics, Crystal structure, Diffraction and Powder diffraction. His Crystallography course of study focuses on Molecule and Adsorption. His Condensed matter physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ion and Ferroelectricity.
His study in Orthorhombic crystal system and Tetragonal crystal system falls under the purview of Crystal structure. His studies link Synchrotron with Diffraction. As part of one scientific family, Masaki Takata deals mainly with the area of Powder diffraction, narrowing it down to issues related to the Charge density, and often Charge.
Masaki Takata mostly deals with Crystallography, Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering, Condensed matter physics and Crystal structure. His research in Crystallography is mostly concerned with Powder diffraction. His Nanotechnology research includes themes of Metal and Metal-organic framework.
His work carried out in the field of Chemical engineering brings together such families of science as Molecule, Polymer chemistry and Polymer. The study incorporates disciplines such as X-ray crystallography and Ferroelectricity in addition to Condensed matter physics. Masaki Takata combines subjects such as Electron diffraction and Hydrogen with his study of X-ray crystallography.
His primary areas of study are Nanotechnology, Condensed matter physics, Crystallography, Chemical engineering and Hydrogen. His study in Nanotechnology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Optoelectronics, Metal and Ferrocene. His research in Condensed matter physics intersects with topics in X-ray crystallography, Electron, Powder diffraction and Ferroelectricity.
His Crystallography research incorporates elements of Thermoelectric effect, Thermoelectric materials, Diffraction and Phase. His research integrates issues of Molecule, Organic chemistry and Thermal decomposition in his study of Chemical engineering. In his research on the topic of Hydrogen, Physical chemistry is strongly related with Catalysis.
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Highly controlled acetylene accommodation in a metal–organic microporous material
Ryotaro Matsuda;Ryo Kitaura;Ryo Kitaura;Susumu Kitagawa;Yoshiki Kubota.
Pressure evolution of the low-temperature crystal structure and bonding of the superconductor FeSe (Tc =37 K)
S. Margadonna;Y. Takabayashi;Y. Ohishi;Y. Mizuguchi;Y. Mizuguchi.
Physical Review B (2009)
Formation of a one-dimensional array of oxygen in a microporous metal-organic solid
Ryo Kitaura;Susumu Kitagawa;Yoshiki Kubota;Tatsuo C. Kobayashi.
π-Conjugated Nickel Bis(dithiolene) Complex Nanosheet
Tetsuya Kambe;Ryota Sakamoto;Ken Hoshiko;Kenji Takada.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2013)
Confirmation by X-ray diffraction of the endohedral nature of the metallofullerene [email protected]
Masaki Takata;Buntaro Umeda;Eiji Nishibori;Makoto Sakata.
Evidence for Pb-O Covalency in Tetragonal PbTiO 3
Yoshihiro Kuroiwa;Shinobu Aoyagi;Akikatsu Sawada;Jimpei Harada.
Physical Review Letters (2001)
C66 fullerene encaging a scandium dimer
Chun-Ru Wang;Tsutomu Kai;Tetsuo Tomiyama;Takuya Yoshida.
Thermoresponsive actuation enabled by permittivity switching in an electrostatically anisotropic hydrogel.
Youn Soo Kim;Mingjie Liu;Yasuhiro Ishida;Yasuo Ebina.
Nature Materials (2015)
An anisotropic hydrogel with electrostatic repulsion between cofacially aligned nanosheets
Mingjie Liu;Yasuhiro Ishida;Yasuo Ebina;Takayoshi Sasaki.
Self-Accelerating CO Sorption in a Soft Nanoporous Crystal
Hiroshi Sato;Wataru Kosaka;Ryotaro Matsuda;Akihiro Hori.
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