His primary areas of study are Liquid crystal, Organic chemistry, Crystallography, Chemical engineering and Hydrogen bond. His Liquid crystal study combines topics in areas such as Supramolecular chemistry, Molecule, Self-assembly, Nanotechnology and Ionic bonding. His study in Molecule is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chemical physics and Stereochemistry.
Takashi Kato combines subjects such as Fullerene, Stacking, Electrochromism and Liquid crystalline with his study of Crystallography. The Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Mineralogy, Scanning electron microscope and Anisotropy. His Hydrogen bond research includes elements of Hydrogen, Phase diagram, Polymer chemistry, Polymer and Intermolecular force.
His primary areas of investigation include Liquid crystal, Chemical engineering, Crystallography, Organic chemistry and Polymer chemistry. His research in Liquid crystal intersects with topics in Self-assembly, Molecule, Hydrogen bond and Phase. His Hydrogen bond research focuses on Supramolecular chemistry and how it connects with Nanotechnology and Photochemistry.
His work deals with themes such as Ion, Thin film, Membrane and Electrolyte, which intersect with Chemical engineering. His Crystallography research incorporates elements of Thermotropic crystal, Columnar phase and Liquid crystalline. His Polymer chemistry research integrates issues from Side chain, Polymer and Crystallinity.
Takashi Kato mostly deals with Liquid crystal, Chemical engineering, Crystallography, Polymer and Molecule. His Liquid crystal research focuses on Mesogen in particular. The concepts of his Chemical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Ionic bonding, Electrolyte, Acrylic acid and Thin film.
As a part of the same scientific family, Takashi Kato mostly works in the field of Polymer, focusing on Polymer science and, on occasion, Polymer engineering. His research investigates the connection between Molecule and topics such as Molecular dynamics that intersect with problems in Chemical physics. His studies in Self-assembly integrate themes in fields like Supramolecular chemistry, Thermotropic crystal, Liquid crystalline and Stereochemistry.
Takashi Kato mainly focuses on Liquid crystal, Chemical engineering, Crystallography, Nanotechnology and Ionic bonding. His work deals with themes such as Self-assembly, Molecule, Organic chemistry and Membrane, which intersect with Liquid crystal. His research integrates issues of Electrolyte and Polymer in his study of Chemical engineering.
His Crystallography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Conjugated system, Minimal surface and Amphiphile. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Supramolecular chemistry, Ion and Feature. His Ionic bonding research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Carbonate, Ionic conductivity, Ethylene carbonate, Electrode and Thermotropic crystal.
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Handbook of liquid crystals
John W. Goodby;Peter J. Collings;Takashi Kato;Carsten Tschierske.
Functional liquid-crystalline assemblies: self-organized soft materials.
Takashi Kato;Norihiro Mizoshita;Kenji Kishimoto.
Angewandte Chemie (2006)
Self-Assembly of Phase-Segregated Liquid Crystal Structures
Mechanically induced luminescence changes in molecular assemblies.
Yoshimitsu Sagara;Takashi Kato.
Nature Chemistry (2009)
A new approach to mesophase stabilization through hydrogen bonding molecular interactions in binary mixtures
Takashi Kato;Jean M. J. Frechet.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1989)
An Acidic Matrix Protein, Pif, Is a Key Macromolecule for Nacre Formation
Michio Suzuki;Kazuko Saruwatari;Toshihiro Kogure;Yuya Yamamoto.
Stabilization of a liquid-crystalline phase through noncovalent interaction with a polymer side chain
Takashi Kato;Jean M. J. Frechet.
One-dimensional ion transport in self-organized columnar ionic liquids.
Masafumi Yoshio;Tomohiro Mukai;Hiroyuki Ohno;Takashi Kato.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Mechanoresponsive Luminescent Molecular Assemblies: An Emerging Class of Materials
Yoshimitsu Sagara;Shogo Yamane;Masato Mitani;Christoph Weder.
Advanced Materials (2016)
Solid-state CP/MAS carbon-13 NMR study of cellulose polymorphs
Akira Isogai;Makoto Usuda;Takashi Kato;Toshiyuki Uryu.
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