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Takashi Kashiwagi is conducting research in Copolymer and Methyl methacrylate as part of his Polymer study. Much of his study explores Thermodynamics relationship to Ignition system and Thermal. His Composite material study frequently links to other fields, such as Flammability. Flammability is closely attributed to Composite material in his study. While working on this project, he studies both Organic chemistry and Polymer chemistry. He brings together Polymer chemistry and Organic chemistry to produce work in his papers. His Chemical engineering study frequently links to related topics such as Char. His Optics study frequently links to other fields, such as Radiative transfer. He regularly links together related areas like Optics in his Radiative transfer studies.
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Nanoparticle networks reduce the flammability of polymer nanocomposites.
Takashi Kashiwagi;Fangming Du;Jack F. Douglas;Karen I. Winey.
Nature Materials (2005)
Effects of weak linkages on the thermal and oxidative degradation of poly(methyl methacrylates)
Takashi Kashiwagi;Atsushi Inaba;James E. Brown;Koichi Hatada.
Thermal and flammability properties of polypropylene/carbon nanotube nanocomposites
Takashi Kashiwagi;Eric Grulke;Jenny Hilding;Katrina Groth.
Thermal Degradation and Flammability Properties of Poly(propylene)/Carbon Nanotube Composites
Takashi Kashiwagi;Eric Grulke;Jenny Hilding;Richard Harris.
Macromolecular Rapid Communications (2002)
Flame retardant mechanism of polyamide 6–clay nanocomposites ☆
Takashi Kashiwagi;Richard H. Harris;Xin Zhang;R.M. Briber.
NANOCOMPOSITES : A REVOLUTIONARY NEW FLAME RETARDANT APPROACH
Jeffrey W. Gilman;Takashi Kashiwagi;J D. Lichtenhan.
Sampe Journal (1997)
Cone Calorimeter Combustion and Gasification Studies of Polymer Layered Silicate Nanocomposites.
M. Zanetti;T. Kashiwagi;L. Falqui;Giovanni Camino.
Chemistry of Materials (2002)
PA-6 clay nanocomposite hybrid as char forming agent in intumescent formulations
Serge Bourbigot;Michel Le Bras;François Dabrowski;Jeffrey W. Gilman.
Fire and Materials (2000)
Flammability properties of polymer nanocomposites with single-walled carbon nanotubes: effects of nanotube dispersion and concentration *
Takashi Kashiwagi;F Du;K Winey;K M. Groth.
Thermal and oxidative degradation of poly(methyl methacrylate): weight loss
T. Hirata;Takashi Kashiwagi;J. E. Brown.
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