His primary areas of investigation include Magnetic susceptibility, Antiferromagnetism, Condensed matter physics, Crystallography and Crystal structure. The various areas that Yukio Hinatsu examines in his Magnetic susceptibility study include Magnetic hysteresis, Magnetization, Atmospheric temperature range, Magnetic moment and Nuclear magnetic resonance. His Antiferromagnetism study deals with Magnetic structure intersecting with Neutron diffraction and Perovskite.
His Condensed matter physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Pyrochlore, Ground state, Skutterudite and Metal–insulator transition. His Crystallography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Inorganic chemistry, Space group, Lanthanide and Paramagnetism. His work on Monoclinic crystal system as part of general Crystal structure study is frequently linked to Magnetic anomaly, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Yukio Hinatsu mainly focuses on Magnetic susceptibility, Crystallography, Antiferromagnetism, Crystal structure and Condensed matter physics. The Magnetic susceptibility study combines topics in areas such as Magnetic structure, Magnetization, Paramagnetism, Magnetic moment and Analytical chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Inorganic chemistry and Lanthanide as well as Crystallography.
His study in Antiferromagnetism is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Magnetism, Neutron diffraction, Ferromagnetism and Transition temperature. His Crystal structure research incorporates elements of X-ray crystallography and Space group. His Condensed matter physics research includes elements of Pyrochlore, Ground state, Skutterudite and Metal–insulator transition.
Yukio Hinatsu mostly deals with Crystallography, Magnetic susceptibility, Antiferromagnetism, Crystal structure and Fluorite. His studies in Crystallography integrate themes in fields like Inorganic chemistry, Paramagnetism and Lanthanide. Yukio Hinatsu combines subjects such as Transition temperature and Photoluminescence with his study of Inorganic chemistry.
His Magnetic susceptibility study incorporates themes from Perovskite, Space group, Mineralogy and Magnetization. His Antiferromagnetism study is concerned with Condensed matter physics in general. His research in Condensed matter physics tackles topics such as Pyrochlore which are related to areas like Metal–insulator transition, Muon spin spectroscopy, Coupling and Muon.
His primary areas of investigation include Crystallography, Antiferromagnetism, Magnetic susceptibility, Inorganic chemistry and Condensed matter physics. His work carried out in the field of Crystallography brings together such families of science as Paramagnetism and Magnetization. His Magnetization research integrates issues from Space group and Lanthanide.
His Antiferromagnetism study combines topics in areas such as Differential scanning calorimetry, Neutron diffraction, Rietveld refinement and Magnetic moment. His studies examine the connections between Inorganic chemistry and genetics, as well as such issues in Photoluminescence, with regards to Boron, Specific heat, Molybdenum and Crystallization. Yukio Hinatsu has included themes like Pyrochlore, Terbium, Diffraction and Metal–insulator transition in his Condensed matter physics study.
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Reversible Mechanochromic Luminescence of [(C6F5Au)2(μ-1,4-Diisocyanobenzene)]
Hajime Ito;Tomohisa Saito;Naoya Oshima;Noboru Kitamura.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2008)
Metal–Insulator Transitions in Pyrochlore Oxides Ln2Ir2O7
Kazuyuki Matsuhira;Makoto Wakeshima;Yukio Hinatsu;Seishi Takagi.
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan (2011)
Magnetic and calorimetric studies on rare-earth iron borates LnFe3(BO3)4 (Ln=Y, La–Nd, Sm–Ho)
Yukio Hinatsu;Yoshihiro Doi;Kentaro Ito;Makoto Wakeshima.
Journal of Solid State Chemistry (2003)
Low temperature magnetic properties of frustrated pyrochlore ferromagnets Ho2Sn2O7 and Ho2Ti2O7
K Matsuhira;Y Hinatsu;K Tenya;T Sakakibara.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (2000)
Low-temperature magnetic properties of pyrochlore stannates
Kazuyuki Matsuhira;Yukio Hinatsu;Kenichi Tenya;Hiroshi Amitsuka.
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan (2002)
Novel dynamical magnetic properties in the spin ice compound Dy2Ti2O7
K Matsuhira;Y Hinatsu;T Sakakibara.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (2001)
Metal–Insulator Transition in Pyrochlore Iridates Ln2Ir2O7 (Ln = Nd, Sm, and Eu)
Kazuyuki Matsuhira;Makoto Wakeshima;Ryo Nakanishi;Takaaki Yamada.
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan (2007)
Emergence of Magnetic Long-range Order in Frustrated Pyrochlore Nd2Ir2O7with Metal–Insulator Transition
Keisuke Tomiyasu;Kazuyuki Matsuhira;Kazuaki Iwasa;Masanori Watahiki.
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan (2012)
Magnetic Susceptibilities and Mössbauer Spectra of Perovskites A2FeNbO6 (A=Sr, Ba)
Keitaro Tezuka;Kou Henmi;Yukio Hinatsu;Nobuyuki M. Masaki.
Journal of Solid State Chemistry (2000)
Magnetic properties of iridium pyrochlores R2Ir2O7 (R = Y, Sm, Eu and Lu)
Nobuyuki Taira;Makoto Wakeshima;Yukio Hinatsu.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (2001)
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