Academic Staff and Fellows
- NAKAHODO Tsukasa
- Associate Professor Doctor of Philosophy
- Department/Applied Chemistry Graduate school/Molecular and Material Engineering
Our research focuses on the use of nanotechnology to create polymer nanotubes having nano-sized pore diameters and metal nanoclusters for which organic molecules serve as protective groups.
Construction of Functional Nanomaterials
|Research Area||Organic/Inorganic Composite Nano Chemistry|
|Research Interests||This laboratory is engaged in research on the use of nanotechnology to create polymer nanotubes with nano-sized pore diameters as well as metal nanoclusters for which organic molecules serve as protective groups.|
(1) Plasmonic hybrid nanotubes of fullerene C60-polythiophene-silver or gold nanoparticles: fabrication and enhancement of the Raman scattering, Yoshida, R.; Matsumura, T.; Nakahodo, T.; Fujihara, H., Chem. Commun. (Cambridge, U. K.), 2014, 50, 15183.
(2) Synthesis and properties of conducting polymer nanotubes with redox-active tetrathiafulvalene, Nambu, S.; Nakahodo, T.; Fujihara, H., Heterocycles, 2014, 88, 1633.
(3) Regio- and stereoselective chemical transformations by rare earth alkyl catalysts, Nakahodo, T.; Fujihara, H., Yuki Gosei Kagaku Kyokaishi, 2013, 71, 26.
|Research and Achievements||
|BE and DE from University of Tsukuba|
|Title of Thesis, Institute, Date||
Laboratory of Nano Functional Molecular Chemistry