Takayuki Kurokawa mostly deals with Self-healing hydrogels, Composite material, Toughness, Double network and Polyelectrolyte. Takayuki Kurokawa undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Self-healing hydrogels and Ionic bonding in his work. His work on Lamellar structure, Mechanical strength, Modulus and Brittleness as part of general Composite material study is frequently connected to Biocompatible material, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His Toughness research includes elements of Ultimate tensile strength, Elongation, Biocompatibility, Strain hardening exponent and Deformation. His studies deal with areas such as Nanotechnology, Osseointegration, Damage zone and Acrylamide as well as Double network. His Polyelectrolyte study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Interpenetrating polymer network and Polymer chemistry.
His primary scientific interests are in Self-healing hydrogels, Composite material, Double network, Toughness and Polymer. His Self-healing hydrogels research is classified as research in Polymer chemistry. His Polymer chemistry study which covers Monomer that intersects with Polymerization.
His Double network study combines topics in areas such as Mechanical strength, Cartilage and Biomedical engineering. He interconnects Biocompatibility, Elastomer, Elongation and Necking in the investigation of issues within Toughness. His studies in Polyelectrolyte integrate themes in fields like Interpenetrating polymer network and Cationic polymerization.
His primary areas of study are Self-healing hydrogels, Composite material, Toughness, Polymer and Double network. While working in this field, Takayuki Kurokawa studies both Self-healing hydrogels and Microelectrode. His work on Deformation, Fracture and Rheology as part of general Composite material study is frequently linked to Soft materials, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Toughness research integrates issues from Brittleness, Elastomer, Copolymer and Fatigue resistance. His Polymer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Photonics, Optoelectronics, Photonic metamaterial and Photonic crystal. Takayuki Kurokawa has included themes like Nanotechnology, Polyacrylamide Hydrogel and Anisotropy in his Double network study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Self-healing hydrogels, Composite material, Polymer, Fracture and Toughness. Takayuki Kurokawa merges Self-healing hydrogels with Ionic bonding in his research. His study in Composite material focuses on Fracture mechanics and Deformation.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Semipermeable membrane, Solvent, Absorption of water, Osmotic pressure and Swelling in addition to Polymer. Takayuki Kurokawa focuses mostly in the field of Fracture, narrowing it down to matters related to Fiber and, in some cases, Tearing, Failure mode and effects analysis and Young's modulus. Takayuki Kurokawa works mostly in the field of Toughness, limiting it down to topics relating to Elastomer and, in certain cases, Metamaterial, Dissipation and Double network, as a part of the same area of interest.
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Double‐Network Hydrogels with Extremely High Mechanical Strength
Jian Ping Gong;Yoshinori Katsuyama;Takayuki Kurokawa;Yoshihito Osada.
Advanced Materials (2003)
Physical hydrogels composed of polyampholytes demonstrate high toughness and viscoelasticity
Tao Lin Sun;Takayuki Kurokawa;Shinya Kuroda;Abu Bin Ihsan.
Nature Materials (2013)
Super tough double network hydrogels and their application as biomaterials
Md. Anamul Haque;Takayuki Kurokawa;Jian Ping Gong.
Oppositely charged polyelectrolytes form tough, self-healing, and rebuildable hydrogels
Feng Luo;Tao Lin Sun;Tasuku Nakajima;Takayuki Kurokawa.
Advanced Materials (2015)
Tough Physical Double-Network Hydrogels Based on Amphiphilic Triblock Copolymers.
Hui Jie Zhang;Tao Lin Sun;Ao Kai Zhang;Yumihiko Ikura.
Advanced Materials (2016)
Lamellar Bilayers as Reversible Sacrificial Bonds To Toughen Hydrogel: Hysteresis, Self-Recovery, Fatigue Resistance, and Crack Blunting
M. Anamul Haque;Takayuki Kurokawa;Gen Kamita;J. Ping Gong.
Determination of fracture energy of high strength double network hydrogels.
Yoshimi Tanaka;Rikimaru Kuwabara;Yang-Ho Na;Takayuki Kurokawa.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2005)
True Chemical Structure of Double Network Hydrogels
Tasuku Nakajima;Hidemitsu Furukawa;Yoshimi Tanaka;Takayuki Kurokawa.
Microgel-Reinforced Hydrogel Films with High Mechanical Strength and Their Visible Mesoscale Fracture Structure
Jian Hu;Kenta Hiwatashi;Takayuki Kurokawa;Song Miao Liang.
Synthesis of hydrogels with extremely low surface friction.
Jian Ping Gong;Takayuki Kurokawa;Tetsuharu Narita;Go Kagata.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2001)
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