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Preparation and Characterization of a Styrene−Isoprene Undecablock Copolymer and Its Hierarchical Microdomain Structure in Bulk
- Yutaka Nagata, J. Masuda, Atsushi Noro, D. Cho, A. Takano, Y. Matsushita
- Materials Science
- 5 November 2005
A two-component multiblock copolymer with undecablocktwo of them on both chain ends are long and nine of them are shortwas successfully prepared by anionic polymerization using the six-step…
Investigation of optimum design for nanoparticle dispersion in centrifugal bead mill using DEM-CFD simulation
Effect of the roll stud diameter on the capacity of a high-pressure grinding roll using the discrete element method
Nanophase-separated synchronizing structure with parallel double periodicity from an undecablock terpolymer.
- J. Masuda, A. Takano, Yutaka Nagata, Atsushi Noro, Y. Matsushita
- Materials SciencePhysical review letters
- 29 August 2006
A new nanophase-separated structure with parallel double periodicity has been identified for an undecablock terpolymer in bulk, which exhibits a hierarchical lamellar structure with two crystallographic periods.
Composition-dependent morphological transition of hierarchically-ordered structures formed by multiblock terpolymers
Morphological transition of two types of multiblock terpolymers with composition has been investigated. One is undecablock terpolymers of the PISISISISIP type, while the other is hexablock…
Diblock-type supramacromolecule via biocomplementary hydrogen bonding.
- Atsushi Noro, Yutaka Nagata, A. Takano, Y. Matsushita
- Materials ScienceBiomacromolecules
- 29 April 2006
Control of nanostructure formation by a diblock-type supramacromolecule via biocomplementary hydrogen bonding has been achieved and a cast bulk film obtained from the solution has been confirmed to show a nanophase-separated structure by transmission electron microscopy and X-ray scattering.
Novel synthesis and characterization of bioconjugate block copolymers having oligonucleotides.
- Atsushi Noro, Yutaka Nagata, M. Tsukamoto, Y. Hayakawa, A. Takano, Y. Matsushita
- Chemistry, BiologyBiomacromolecules
- 4 June 2005
By repetition of this synthetic method, a block copolymer composed of a synthetic polymer, polystyrene, and biological oligonucleotides with thymidine units has been successfully synthesized.