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HAMASAKI Atom

Academic OrganizationAcademic Assembly School of Science and Technology Institute of ScienceTEL
Education and Research OrganizationFaculty of Science Department of ScienceFAX
PositionAssociate ProfessorMail Addressatom(at)shinshu-u.ac.jp
AddressWeb sitehttp://science.shinshu-u.ac.jp/~pcmag/wp/

Profile

Current Subject
Behavior of double layer lipid membrane under pulsed high magnetic field.
Keywords:Pulsed magnetic field , double layer lipid membrane
Property of carbon materials prepared in high magnetic field
Keywords:Carbon , preparation , high magnetic field

Research

Books, Articles, etc.
Articles
Behavior of Monosodium Urate Crystals in a Highly Viscous Model of Synovial Fluid
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics,in press 2019
Author:Yuka Takeuchi, Yuta Wada, Atom Hamasaki*, Masakazu Iwasaka, Mizushi Matsuda


Improving the Micropore Capacity of Activated Carbon by preparation under a High Magnetic Field of 10 T
Scientific Reports,9:7489 2019
Author:Atom Hamasaki*, Ayumi Furuse, Yuya Sekinuma, Kazuki Fujio, Masashi Iide, Sumio Ozeki


Optical and electrical characteristics of carbonized film prepared from coal tar pitch under a high magnetic field of 10 T
Journal of Applied Physics,in press 2019
Author:Atom Hamasaki*, Kazuki Fujio, Tomoya Mori, Masashi Iide, Yuka Takeuchi, Akio Katsuki, Sumio Ozeki


Switching of fluorescence wavelength caused by phase separation of pyrene in poly (N-isopropylacrylamide) gel
Chemistry Letter,in press 2019
Author:Atom Hamasaki*, Naoya Sato, Kei Kubo, Akio Katsuki, Sumio Ozeki


Magnetic orientational properties of monosodium urate crystals
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics,53:5000404 2017
Author:Yuka Takeuchi*, M.Sekiya, Atom Hamasaki, Masakazu Iwasaka, and Mizushi Matsuda


Obtaining Microscopic Images under a High 20-T Pulse Magnetic Field using an Optimized Coil
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics,53:6500504 2017
Author:Atom Hamasaki*, Yuka Takeuchi, Sumio Ozeki,


Micropore Formation of [Zn2(Oxac) (Taz)2]·(H2O)2.5 via CO2 Adsorption
Langmuir,33:680 2017
Author:Moondra Zubir, Atom Hamasaki, Taku Iiyama, Akira Ohta, Hiroshi Ohki, and Sumio Ozeki


Effects of Magnetic Treatment Water on Silica Gel Formation
Chemistry Letter,45:1192 2016
Author:Keiichiro Kaida, Shigeo Sasahara, Atom Hamasaki, Sumio Ozeki


Construction of a Pulsed-Magnetic System for On-Site Use: Application to Liposomes for Biological Membrane Modeling
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics,52:6401704 2016
Author:Atom Hamasaki, Sumio Ozeki,


Magnetic Field Control of Micropore Formation in [Zn2 (Oxac)(Taz) 2]•(H2O)x
Chemistry Letter,45:362 2016
Author:Moondra Zubir, Atom Hamasaki, Taku Iiyama, Akira Ohta, Hiroshi Ohki, and Sumio Ozeki


Structural Control of Carbon Nanotubes due to Magnetic Fields Applied in Preparation
Chemistry Letter,42:304 2013
Author:Ayumi Sakaguchi, Atom Hamasaki, Sumio Ozeki


Magnetic Orientaion of Hexagonal Carbon Layers at High Temperature
Chemistry Letter,41:1576 2012
Author:Ayumi Sakaguchi, Atom Hamasaki, Toyonari Sadatou, Yoshitaka Nishihara, Shou Yamamoto, Yuya Sekinuma, Sumio Ozeki


Study of Water Adsorption on Hydrophobic Na-ZSM-5 and H-ZSM-5 by Directly Measuring Adsorption Isotherms
Chemistry Letter,41:1279 2012
Author:Hiromitsu Ito, Taku Iiyama, Atom Hamasaki, Sumio Ozeki, and Satoshi Yamazaki


Structure Determination of Hydrogen-bonding Network of Water in Hydrophobic Nanospace by Neutron and X-ray Diffractions
Chemistry Letter,41:1267 2012
Author:Taku Iiyama, Fumika Fujisaki, Ryusuke Futamura, Atom Hamasaki, Sumio Ozeki, Akinori Hoshikawa, and Toru Ishigaki


Application of SO3H Silica Gel to Deprotection of Silyl Ethers
Heterocycles,85:2685 2012
Author:Hideaki Fujii, Takaaki Yamada, Kohei Hayashida, Miki Kuwada, Atom Hamasaki, Kazunori Nobuhara, Sumio Ozeki, Hiroshi Nagase


Colloid and Interface Chemistry under Magnetic Fields
Chemistry Letter,41:342 2012
Author:Ayumi Sakaguchi, Atom Hamasaki, and Sumio Ozeki


Negative thermal expansion of water in hydrophobic nanospaces
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics,14:981 2012
Author:Ryusuke Futamura, Taku Iiyama, Atom Hamasaki, Sumio Ozeki


Small- and large-angle X-ray scattering studies of nanometer-order sulfuric acid solution in carbon micropores
Chemistry Letter,41:159 2012
Author:Ryusuke Futamura, Taku Iiyama, Atom Hamasaki, Sumio Ozeki


Magnetic Field Effects on Photochemical Reaction in Ionic Liquids with Short Alkyl Chains
J. Phys. Chem. C,115:21063 2011
Author:Tomoaki Yago, Atom Hamasaki, Miyuki Tanaka, Tadashi Takamasu, and Masanobu Wakasa*


Anoscale Heterogeneous Structure of Ionic Liquid as Revealed by Magnetic Field Effects
J. Phys. Chem. B,113:10559–10562 2009
Author:Masanobu Wakasa, Tomoaki Yago, Atom Hamasaki


Magnetic Field Effect on a Radical Pair Reaction as a Probe of Micro-viscosity
J. Phys. Chem. B,112:14185-14192 2008
Author:Atom Hamasaki, Tomoaki Yago, Masanobu Wakasa


Anomalous Magnetic Field Effects on the Photochemical Reactions in Ionic Liquid under Ultrahigh Fields of up to 28 T
J. Phys. Chem. B,112:3375-3379 2008
Author:Atom Hamasaki, Tomoaki Yago, Tadashi Takamasu, Giyuu Kido, and Masanobu Wakasa


Magnetic Field Effects on the Reaction of a Triplet-born Radical PairConsisting of Two Equivalent Sulphur-centre Radicals under Ultrahigh Fields of up to 28 T
Mole. Phys.,104:1765-1771 7 2006
Author:Atom Hamasaki, Yoshio Sakaguchi, Kiyoshi Nishizawa, Giyuu Kido, and Masanobu Wakasa


Anomalous Magnetic Field Effects Interpreted by the Relaxation Mechanism under Ultrahigh Fields of up to 28 T
Chemistry Letter,34:1692-1693 2005
Author:Atom Hamasaki, Kiyoshi Nishizawa, Yoshio Sakaguchi, Toshiyuki Okada, Giyuu Kido, and Masanobu Wakasa


Presentations
Effects of magnetic treatment water on silica gel formation
The International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies 2015 2015(Dec.)