His main research concerns Pillar, Pillararene, Polymer chemistry, Stereochemistry and Supramolecular chemistry. Tada-aki Yamagishi has researched Pillararene in several fields, including Polymer and Viologen. His Polymer chemistry research integrates issues from Lower critical solution temperature, Hydrogen bond, Salt, Thermal treatment and Microstructure.
His Stereochemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Crystallography and Pyridinium. His work deals with themes such as Hydroquinone and Catalysis, Lewis acids and bases, which intersect with Pyridinium. His studies examine the connections between Supramolecular chemistry and genetics, as well as such issues in Nanotechnology, with regards to Phenyl Ethers, Supramolecular assembly and Calixarene.
His primary areas of study are Pillar, Polymer chemistry, Crystallography, Organic chemistry and Molecule. His Pillar investigation overlaps with other areas such as Stereochemistry, Supramolecular chemistry, Nanotechnology, Photochemistry and Ring. The study incorporates disciplines such as Pyridinium, Pillararene and Solvent in addition to Stereochemistry.
His Polymer chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Hydroquinone, Polymer, Monomer, Calixarene and Hydrogen bond. His studies deal with areas such as Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Alkane as well as Crystallography. The various areas that he examines in his Organic chemistry study include Medicinal chemistry and Carbon nanotube.
His primary areas of study are Pillar, Crystallography, Supramolecular chemistry, Molecule and Ring. His Pillar studies intersect with other subjects such as Photochemistry, Host–guest chemistry, Alkane, Polymer chemistry and Porosity. His work in Crystallography tackles topics such as Substituent which are related to areas like Cyclohexane and Derivative.
Tada-aki Yamagishi has included themes like Group, Electrostatics, Nanotechnology and Hydrogen bond in his Supramolecular chemistry study. His study in the field of Molecular recognition is also linked to topics like Visible spectrum. His Ring research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Carbonyl group, Molecular shuttle, Viologen and Threading.
His primary scientific interests are in Pillar, Supramolecular chemistry, Host–guest chemistry, Alkane and Crystallography. His Pillar research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Molecule, Photochemistry, Porous medium, Hybrid material and Surface modification. His Supramolecular chemistry research incorporates elements of Chemical physics, Chemical substance, Non-covalent interactions and Electrostatics.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nanotechnology, Sorption and Reaction mechanism. His Alkane research integrates issues from Crystal and Polymer chemistry. His study on Supramolecular assembly is often connected to Sorting and Chain as part of broader study in Crystallography.
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para-Bridged symmetrical pillararenes: their Lewis acid catalyzed synthesis and host-guest property.
Tomoki Ogoshi;Suguru Kanai;Shuhei Fujinami;Tada-aki Yamagishi.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2008)
Pillar-Shaped Macrocyclic Hosts Pillar[n]arenes: New Key Players for Supramolecular Chemistry
Tomoki Ogoshi;Tada-aki Yamagishi;Yoshiaki Nakamoto.
Chemical Reviews (2016)
Synthesis, conformational and host–guest properties of water-soluble pillararene
Tomoki Ogoshi;Masayoshi Hashizume;Tada-aki Yamagishi;Yoshiaki Nakamoto.
Chemical Communications (2010)
Photoreversible Switching of the Lower Critical Solution Temperature in a Photoresponsive Host–Guest System of Pillararene with Triethylene Oxide Substituents and an Azobenzene Derivative
Tomoki Ogoshi;Kanako Kida;Tada-aki Yamagishi.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
Facile, Rapid, and High-Yield Synthesis of Pillararene from Commercially Available Reagents and Its X-ray Crystal Structure
Tomoki Ogoshi;Takamichi Aoki;Keisuke Kitajima;Shuhei Fujinami.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (2011)
Pillararenes: Versatile Synthetic Receptors for Supramolecular Chemistry
Tomoki Ogoshi;Tada-aki Yamagishi.
European Journal of Organic Chemistry (2013)
Supramolecular polymers with alternating pillararene and pillararene units from a highly selective multiple host–guest complexation system and monofunctionalized pillararene
Tomoki Ogoshi;Hitoshi Kayama;Daiki Yamafuji;Takamichi Aoki.
Chemical Science (2012)
Stimuli-Responsive Supramolecular Assemblies Constructed from Pillar[ n]arenes.
Takahiro Kakuta;Tada-aki Yamagishi;Tomoki Ogoshi.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2018)
Pillar- and pillararene-based supramolecular assemblies built by using their cavity-size-dependent host–guest interactions
T. Ogoshi;T. Ogoshi;T. Yamagishi.
Chemical Communications (2014)
Molecular-Scale Porous Materials Based on Pillar[n]arenes
Nan Song;Takahiro Kakuta;Tada-aki Yamagishi;Ying-Wei Yang.
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