His main research concerns Cellulose, Crystallography, Crystal structure, Polymer chemistry and Molecule. His Cellulose research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Whiskers, Whisker and Transmission electron microscopy. In most of his Crystallography studies, his work intersects topics such as X-ray crystallography.
His Crystal structure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Functional group, Dispersion stability, Group, Aldehyde and Hydroxymethyl. His Polymer chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Crystallization, Sodium hypochlorite, Carboxylate, Dispersion and Ramie. His studies deal with areas such as Fiber diffraction and Neutron diffraction as well as Molecule.
Yoshiharu Nishiyama spends much of his time researching Cellulose, Crystallography, Hydrogen bond, Crystal structure and Molecule. His Cellulose research integrates issues from Crystallization, Polymer chemistry, X-ray crystallography and Crystallinity, Composite material. His primary area of study in Crystallography is in the field of Neutron diffraction.
His work on Low-barrier hydrogen bond as part of his general Hydrogen bond study is frequently connected to Deuterium and Acceptor, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Antiparallel, Force field, Amylose, Molecular model and Crystal in addition to Crystal structure. His work deals with themes such as Inorganic chemistry and Ammonia, which intersect with Molecule.
Yoshiharu Nishiyama mostly deals with Cellulose, Composite material, Crystallization, Crystal and Ionic liquid. Yoshiharu Nishiyama has included themes like Hydrothermal treatment, Ultraviolet visible spectroscopy, Hardwood, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Derivatization in his Cellulose study. His Composite material research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Scattering, Small-angle neutron scattering and Nanostructure.
Crystal is a subfield of Crystallography that Yoshiharu Nishiyama explores. His study in the field of Neutron diffraction also crosses realms of Acceptor. Yoshiharu Nishiyama combines subjects such as Polarized light microscopy, Spinodal decomposition, Diffraction and Crystallite with his study of Ionic liquid.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cellulose, Crystallization, Scattering, Formability and Xylan. Yoshiharu Nishiyama works in the field of Cellulose, focusing on Oxidized cellulose in particular. His Crystallization study incorporates themes from Small-angle scattering, Spinodal decomposition, Dissolution, Ionic liquid and Diffusion.
Yoshiharu Nishiyama has researched Scattering in several fields, including X-ray, Nanocomposite, Synchrotron and Nanostructure. Yoshiharu Nishiyama interconnects Hemicellulose, Casting, Bagasse and Polymer in the investigation of issues within Formability.
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Crystal Structure and Hydrogen-Bonding System in Cellulose Iβ from Synchrotron X-ray and Neutron Fiber Diffraction
Yoshiharu Nishiyama;Paul Langan;Henri Chanzy.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
Cellulose nanofibers prepared by TEMPO-mediated oxidation of native cellulose
Tsuguyuki Saito;Satoshi Kimura;Yoshiharu Nishiyama;Akira Isogai.
Homogeneous suspensions of individualized microfibrils from TEMPO-catalyzed oxidation of native cellulose.
Tsuguyuki Saito;Yoshiharu Nishiyama;Jean-Luc Putaux;Michel Vignon.
The Shape and Size Distribution of Crystalline Nanoparticles Prepared by Acid Hydrolysis of Native Cellulose
Samira Elazzouzi-Hafraoui;Yoshiharu Nishiyama;Jean-Luc Putaux;Laurent Heux.
Structure and properties of the cellulose microfibril
Journal of Wood Science (2009)
X-ray structure of mercerized cellulose II at 1 Å resolution
Paul Langan;Yoshiharu Nishiyama;Henri Chanzy.
A REVISED STRUCTURE AND HYDROGEN-BONDING SYSTEM IN CELLULOSE II FROM A NEUTRON FIBER DIFFRACTION ANALYSIS
P. Langan;Y. Nishiyama;H. Chanzy.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1999)
Nanofibrillar cellulose aerogels
Hao Jin;Yoshiharu Nishiyama;Masahisa Wada;Shigenori Kuga.
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects (2004)
Cellulose IIII Crystal Structure and Hydrogen Bonding by Synchrotron X-ray and Neutron Fiber Diffraction
Masahisa Wada;Henri Chanzy;Yoshiharu Nishiyama;Paul Langan.
Surface acetylation of bacterial cellulose
Dae-Young Kim;Yoshiharu Nishiyama;Shigenori Kuga.
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