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last modified:2017/05/23

Professor YAMAGISHI Tadaaki

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Faculty, Affiliation

Faculty of Chemistry, Institute of Science and Engineering

College and School Educational Field

Division of Material Chemistry, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology
Division of Material Sciences, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology
School of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering

Laboratory

Polymer Science Lab TEL:076-234-4776 FAX:076-234-4800

Academic Background

【Academic background(Doctoral/Master's Degree)】
Kyoto University Doctor 1989

Career

Year & Month of Birth

1961/02

Academic Society



The Cellulose Society of Japan

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Specialities

Analysis of functional polymers、Computational Analysis of Polymer Materials、Polymer chemistry、Polymer/Textile materials、Structural/Functional materials

Speciality Keywords

Analysis of functional polymers Computational Analysis of Polymer Materials

Research Themes

Preparation and structural analysis of high molecular weight and functional phenolic resins

Preparation and structural analysis of high molecular weight and functional phenolic resins Phenolic resins are one of the oldest synthetic polymers and widely used in the industry due to their heat-resistance, chemical-resistance, dimensional stability and so on. However, the brittle limited to the application of phenolic resins. In this work, we attempt to add flexibility and sturdiness to phenolic resins by the preparation of high molecular weight resins and also the formation of molecular composite with flexible polymers.

Development of functional phenolic oligomers

Development of functional phenolic oligomers Calixarene(CR) is a cyclic phenol oligomer, which is of interest as a host-molecule. Poly(calixarene) was obtained by the polycondensation of CR with paraformaldehyde. We tried to prepare high molecular weight poly(calixarene) in organic solvents. This polymer is expected to have different characters from that of CR monomer unit. Poly(calixarene) will form capsule with larger guests such as natural occurring polymers, proteins and viruses. The preparation of high molecular weight polycalixarene and its characteristics such as aggregation behavior are investigated.

Development of high performance and high fuctionality for polymer materials

Development of high performance and high fuctionality for polymer materials Many cellulose derivatives show cholesteric liquid crystalline (LC) phases in molten state and solution. The thermotropic liquid crystalline phases were cholesteric. Cholesteric liquid crystalline phases exhibit striking optical properties arising from the selective reflection of circulary polarized light at a wavelength corresponding to the pitch. In this work, the molecular orientation of cholesteric mesophase was controlled by the interpolymer complex of cellulose derivatives with thermoplastic polymers. The preparation and properties of LC materials with controlled cholesteric mesophases are investigated.

Books

  •  Pillararenes The Royal Society of Chemistry 2016

Papers

  •  Characterization of High Molecular Weight Novolak Macromol. Chem. Phys. 199 3 423 1998/03
  •  Crystallization of Hindered Phenol on Chlorinated Polyethylene Matrix POLYMER INTERNATIONAL 50 10 1095 2001/06
  •  In Situ Polycondensation in the Presence of Poly(ethylene glycol)s for Preparation of Polyrotaxanes MACROMOLECULES 34 19 6565 2001/09
  •  Organic Hybrid of Chlorinated Polyethylene and Hindered Phenol. I. Dynamic Mechanical Properties J. Polym. Sci., Part B, Polym. Chem. Ed. 38 17 2285 2000/09
  •  Organic Hybrid of Chlorinated Polyethylene and Hindered Phenol. II. Influence of the Chemical Structure of Small Molecules on Viscoelastic Properties J. Polym. Sci., Part B, Polym. Chem. Ed. 38 11 1496 2000/06

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  •  Organic Hybrid of Chlorinated Polyethylene and Hindered Phenol. III. Influence of the Molecular Weight and Chlorine Content of the Polymer on Viscoelastic Properties J. Polym. Sci., Part B, Polym. Chem. Ed. 38 22 2943 2000/11
  •  Phase Separation of Phenolic Resins. 2. The Fractionation of Phenol-Formaldehyde Resin Based on Molecular Weight and Structure POLYMER BULLETIN 40 1 69 1998/01
  •  Relative Reactivity of Phenols and Formation of Phenolic Co-condensed Resins POLYMER JOURNAL 31 11-1 929 1999/11
  •  Synthesis of C-unalkylated calix[4]resorcinarene from 1,3-dimethoxybenzene-formaldehyde condensation POLYMER BULLETIN 47 6 493 2002/02
  •  Viscoelastic Properties of an Organic Hybrid of Chlorinated Polyethylene and a Small Molecule J. Polym. Sci., Part B, Polym. Chem. Ed. 37 10 1341 2000/05
  •  Preparation and Cholesteric Properties of Butyl and Pentyl Ether Derivatives of HPC and the Copolymers the 5th Asian textile conference, Proceedings 2 1012 1999/09
  •  Syntheses and cation extraction properties of polycalixarenes from p-hydroxycalix[6]arene T.Yamagishi, E.Moriyama, G.Konishi, Y.Nakamoto 38 16 6871-6875 2005/07
  •  Preparation and cholesteric mesophase properties of (butyl-co-pentyl) propylcellulose T.Yamagishi, Y.Nakamoto, P.Sixou 13 3 205-211 2006/03
  •  Supramolecular Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWCNTs) Network Polymer Made by Hybrids of SWCNTs and Water Soluble Calix[8]arenas T.Ogoshi, T.Yamagishi, Y.Nakamoto 2007 47 4776-4778 2007/12
  •  Para-Bridged Symmetrical Pillar[5]arenas: Their Lewis Catalyzed Synthesis and Host-Guest Property T.Ogoshi, S.Kanai, S.Fujinami, T.Yamagishi, Y.Nakamoto 130 15 5022-5023 2008/04
  •  Defection-selective Solubilization and Chemically-responsive Solubility Switching on Single-walled Cabon Nanotubes with Cucurbit[7]uril T.Ogoshi, A.Inagaki, T.Yamagishi, Y.Nakamoto 2008 19 2245-2247 2008/04
  •  Solution properties of high molecular weight o-Cresol resins J. Network Polymer, Japan 29 3 142-148 2008/08
  •  Green Polymerization of Phenol in Ionic Liquids Tomoki Ogoshi, Takeshi Onodera, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto MACROMOLECULES 41 22 8533-8536 2008/10
  •  Solubilization of single-walled carbon nanotubes by entanglements between them and hyperbranched phenolic polymer Tomoki Ogoshi, Takayuki Saito, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto CARBON 47 1 117-123 2009/01
  •  Columnar Stacks of Star- and Tadpole-Shaped Polyoxazolines Having Triphenylene Moiety and Their Applications for Synthesis of Wire-Assembled Gold Nanoparticles Tomoki Ogoshi, Sachi Hiramitsu, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto MACROMOLECULES 42 8 3042-3047 2009/04
  •  Through-space π-delocalized pillar[5]arene Tomoki Ogoshi, Kenji Umeda, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 32 4874-4876 2009/09
  •  Side-chain polypseudorotaxanes with hetero-macrocyclic receptors of cyclodextrins (CDs) and cucurbit[7]uril(CB7): Their contrast lower critical solution temperature behavior with α-,γ-CDs and CB7 Tomoki Ogoshi, Kazuyuki Masuda, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto MACROMOLECULES 42 21 8003-8005 2009/12
  •  Synthesis and Host-Guest Property of Alternating Copolymer Constituted of Calix[4]arene and Calix[6]arene in Main-Chain Tomoki Ogoshi, Yoko Nishida, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto Polymer Chemistry 1 203-206
  •  Chemically-Responsive Supramolecular Assemblies of Pyrene-β-Cyclodextrin Dimer Tomoki Ogoshi, Masayoshi Hashizume, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto LANGMUIR 26 5 3169-3173 2010/03
  •  Synthesis and Host-Guest Property of Alternating Copolymer Constituted of Calix[4]arene and Calix[6]arene in Main-Chain Tomoki Ogoshi, Yuko Nishida, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto Polymer Chemistry 1 5 203-206 2010/03
  •  Effect of Intra-Molecular Hydrogen Bond Belt and Complexation with Guest on Rotation Behavior of Phenolic Units in Pillar[5]arenes Tomoki Ogoshi, Keisuke Kitajima, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 1 5 817-821 2010/03
  •  Synthesis and Conformational Characteristics of Nonsymmetric Pillar[5]arene Tomoki Ogoshi, Keisuke Kitajima, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto ORGANIC LETTERS 12 3 636-638 2010/02
  •  Preparation of High-molecular-weight Phenolic Resins by means of a Phase-separation Reaction System Pengfei Wang, Tomoki Ogoshi, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto CHEMISTRY LETTERS 39 4 422-423 2010/04
  •  Synthesis, Conformational and Host-Guest Properties of Water-Soluble Pillar[5]arene Tomoki Ogoshi, Masayoshi Hashizume, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 46 21 3708-3710 2010/04
  •  Polypseudorotaxane Constructed from Pillar[5]arene and Viologen Polymer Tomoki Ogoshi, Yuko Nishida, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto MACROMOLECULES 43 7 3145-3147 2010/04
  •  High Yield Synthesis of Polyrotaxane Constructed from Pillar[5]arene and Viologen Polymer and Stabilization of Its Radical Cation Tomoki Ogoshi, Yuko Nishida, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto MACROMOLECULES 43 17 7068-7072 2010/09
  •  Supramolecular Polymer Networks from Hybrid between Graphene Oxide and Per-6-Amino-β-Cyclodextrin Tomoki Ogoshi, Yuto Ichihara, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 46 33 6087-6089 2010/09
  •  Synthesis and Conformational Characteristics of Alkyl-Substituted Pillar[5]arenes Tomoki Ogoshi, Keisuke Kitajima, Takamichi Aoki, Shuhei Fujinami, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 75 10 3268-3273 2010/09
  •  液晶性セルロース誘導体の凝集状態制御について Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Akihiko Ishizaki, Tomoki Ogoshi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto, Akihiko Takada KOBUNSHI RONBUNSHU 67 12 705-708 2010/12
  •  Facile, rapid, and high-yield synthesis of pillar[5]arene from commercially available reagents and its X-ray crystal structure  Tomoki Ogoshi, Takanobu Aoki, Keisuke Kitajima, Shuhei Fujinami, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 76 1 328-331 2011/01
  •  Planar-chiral pillar[5]arene: Chiral switches induced by multiexternal stimulus of temperature, solvents, and addition of achiral guest molecule  Tomoki Ogoshi, Ryouhei Shiga, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 76 2 618-622 2011/01
  •  Ionic liquid molecules (ILs) as novel guests for pillar[5]arene: 1:2 host-guest complexes between pillar[5]arene and ILs in organic media  Tomoki Ogoshi, Shunya Tanaka, Tada-Aki Yamagishi, Yoshiaki Nakamoto CHEMISTRY LETTERS 40 1 96-98 2011/01
  •  Transparent ionic liquid-phenol resin hybrids with high ionic conductivity  T.Ogoshi, T.Onodera, T.Yamagishi, Y.Nakamoto, A.Kagata, N.Matsumi, K.Aoi POLYMER JOURNAL 43 4 421-424 2011/04
  •  Transparent ionic liquid-phenol resin hybrids with high ionic conductivity Ogoshi, Tomoki;Onodera, Takeshi;Yamagishi, Tada-aki;Nakamoto, Yoshiaki;Kagata, Akihito;Matsumi, Noriyoshi;Aoi, Keigo POLYMER JOURNAL 43 4 421-424 2011
  •  Facile, Rapid, and High-Yield Synthesis of Pillar[5]arene from Commercially Available Reagents and Its X-ray Crystal Structure Ogoshi, Tomoki;Aoki, Takamichi;Kitajima, Keisuke;Fujinami, Shuhei;Yamagishi, Tada-aki;Nakamoto, Yoshiaki JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 76 1 328-331 2011
  •  Ionic Liquid Molecules (ILs) as Novel Guests for Pillar[5]arene: 1:2 Host-Guest Complexes between Pillar[5]arene and ILs in Organic Media Ogoshi, Tomoki;Tanaka, Shunya;Yamagishi, Tada-aki;Nakamoto, Yoshiaki CHEMISTRY LETTERS 40 1 96-98 2011
  •  Planar-Chiral Macrocyclic Host Pillar[5]arene: No Rotation of Units and Isolation of Enantiomers by Introducing Bulky Substituents Ogoshi, Tomoki;Masaki, Kae;Shiga, Ryohei;Kitajima, Keisuke;Yamagishi, Tada-aki ORGANIC LETTERS 13 5 1264-1266 2011
  •  Reversibly Tunable Lower Critical Solution Temperature Utilizing Host–Guest Complexation of Pillar[5]arene with Triethylene Oxide Substituents Ogoshi, Tomoki, Shiga, R., Yamagishi, Tada-aki J. Am. Chem. Soc. 134 4577-4580 2012
  •  Para-Bridged Macrocyclic Host Molecules Pillar[5]arenes: Their Synthesis and Application for Supramolecular Materials Ogoshi, Tomoki;Yamagishi, Tada-aki JOURNAL OF SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY JAPAN 70 8 842-851 2012
  •  Achiral guest-induced chiroptical changes of a planar-chiral pillar[5]arene containing one pi-conjugated unit Ogoshi, Tomoki;Yamafuji, Daiki;Akutsu, Tomohiro;Naito, Masanobu;Yamagishi, Tada-aki CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 49 78 8782-8784 2013 
  •  Photoreversible switching between assembly and disassembly of a supramolecular polymer involving an azobenzene-bridged pillar[5]arene dimer Ogoshi, Tomoki;Yoshikoshi, Kumiko;Aoki, Takamichi;Yamagishi, Tada-aki CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 49 78 8785-8787 2013 
  •  Preparation of Organic-Inorganic Network Materials with Chiral Properties 34 2 72-76 2013
  •  Pillararenes: Versatile synthetic receptors for supramolecular chemistry Ogoshi T, Yamagishi T-A Eur. J. Org. Chem. 78 2961-2975 2013
  •  New Synthetic Hosts Pillararenes: Their Synthesis and Application for Supramolecular Materials Ogoshi T, Yamagishi T-A Bull. Chem. Soc. Jan.  86  312-332 2013
  •  Pillar[5]arene-Based Nonionic Polyrotaxanes and a Topological Gel Prepared from Cyclic Host Liquids Ogoshi T, Aoki, T., Ueda, S., Tamura, Y., Yamagishi T-A Chem. Commun.  50 6607-6609 2014
  •  Pillar[5]- and Pillar[6]arene-Based Supramolecular Assemblies Built by Using Their Cavity-Size-Dependent Host–Guest Interactions Ogoshi T, Yamagishi T-A Chem. Commun.  50  4776-4787 2014
  •  Porous Carbon Fibers Containing Pores with Sizes Controlled at the angstrom Level by the Cavity Size of Pillar[6]arene Ogoshi T., Yoshikoshi, K., Sueto, R., Nishihara, H., Yamagishi T-A. Angew. Chem. In. Ed. 54 6466-6469 2015
  •  Molecular Recognition with Microporous Multi layer Films Prepared by Layer-by-Layer Assembly of Pillar[5]arenes Ogoshi T, Takashima S.,Yamagishi T-A J. Am. Chem. Soc. 137 10962-10964 2015
  •  Pillar-Shaped Macrocyclic Hosts Pillar[n]arenes: New Key Players for Supramolecular Chemistry  Ogoshi, T., Yamagishi, T. Chem. Rev.  116 7937-8002 2016
  •  Spherical Vesicles Formed by Co-Assembly of Cyclic Pentagonal Pillar[5]quinone with Cyclic Hexagonal Pillar[6]arene Ogoshi, T., Sueto, R., Yoshikoshi, K., Yasuhara, K., Yamagishi, T J. Am. Chem. Soc. 138 8064-8067  2016
  •  Preparation and Practical Evaluation of Organic Inorganic Hybrid Material (Metal Hybrid Resin) Kitajima K., Kamata T., Saemura T., Hayashi T., Yamagishi T. J. Network Polymer, Japan 37 2 163-167 2016
  •  Formation of Supramolecular Gels from Amphiphilic Cyclic Compound S.BINGO, T.KAKUTA, T.OGOSHI and T.YAMAGISHI  J. Network Polymer, Japan 38 2 86-92 2017

Conference Presentations

Arts and Fieldwork

Patent

Theme to the desired joint research

○Macromolecular materials

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

○「ロタキサン型フェノール樹脂を基にした環動部位を有する熱硬化性樹脂の創成」(2011-) 
○「分子カプセルを利用した超分子構造体の作成と機能開発」(2008-) 
○「交互へテロ環状ホスト高分子を基とした特異的反応場の創成」(2008-) 
○「液晶構造を有する機能性表面の合成と応用」(2006-) 
○「高度分岐状高分子の静的および動的分子特性の解明」(2002-) 
○「大環状化合物をモノマ-とした有機分子および金属イオン同時捕捉分離材料の開発」(2002-) 
○「分子カプセルを利用した3次元規則性超分子構造体の作成と機能開発」(2011-2013) 

Classes (Bachelors)

○Laboratory Course III(2017)
○Polymer Chemistry I(2017)
○Organic Material Chemistry(2017)
○Chemical Informatics(2017)
○Laboratory Course III(2017)
○Polymer Chemistry II(2017)
○Organic Material Chemistry(2016)
○Chemical Informatics(2016)
○Polymer Chemistry II(2016)
○Laboratory Course III(2016)
○Laboratory Course III(2016)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

○Introduction of Material Program(2017)
○Functional Supramolecular Chemistry(2017)
○Functional Polymer Materials(2017)
○Introduction of Energy and Environmental Program(2017)
○Functional Material Chemistry(2017)
○Functional Material Chemistry(2017)
○Functional Material Chemistry(2017)
○Functional Material Chemistry(2017)
○Functional Supramolecular Chemistry(2016)
○Functional Polymer Materials(2016)
○Introduction of Energy and Environmental Program(2016)
○Introduction of Material Program(2016)
○Functional Material Chemistry(2016)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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