Naotoshi Nakashima
Naotoshi Nakashima
九州大学、教授
Verified email at m.kyushu-u.ac.jp
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A light-driven molecular shuttle based on a rotaxane
H Murakami, A Kawabuchi, K Kotoo, M Kunitake, N Nakashima
Journal of the American Chemical Society 119 (32), 7605-7606, 1997
5111997
Noncovalent porphyrin-functionalized single-walled carbon nanotubes in solution and the formation of porphyrin–nanotube nanocomposites
H Murakami, T Nomura, N Nakashima
Chemical Physics Letters 378 (5-6), 481-485, 2003
4762003
Water-soluble single-walled carbon nanotubes via noncovalent sidewall-functionalization with a pyrene-carrying ammonium ion
N Nakashima, Y Tomonari, H Murakami
Chemistry Letters 31 (6), 638-639, 2002
4512002
Optical microscopic study of helical superstructures of chiral bilayer membranes
N Nakashima, S Asakuma, T Kunitake
Journal of the American Chemical Society 107 (2), 509-510, 1985
4241985
DNA dissolves single-walled carbon nanotubes in water
N Nakashima, S Okuzono, H Murakami, T Nakai, K Yoshikawa
Chemistry Letters 32 (5), 456-457, 2003
3162003
A Mesoporous Nanocomposite of TiO2 and Carbon Nanotubes as a High‐Rate Li‐Intercalation Electrode Material
I Moriguchi, R Hidaka, H Yamada, T Kudo, H Murakami, N Nakashima
Advanced materials 18 (1), 69-73, 2006
2882006
Unique properties of chromophore-containing bilayer aggregates: enhanced chirality and photochemically induced morphological change
T Kunitake, N Nakashima, M Shimomura, Y Okahata, K Kano, T Ogawa
Journal of the American Chemical Society 102 (21), 6642-6644, 1980
2551980
Non-covalent polymer wrapping of carbon nanotubes and the role of wrapped polymers as functional dispersants
T Fujigaya, N Nakashima
Science and technology of advanced materials 16 (2), 024802, 2015
2222015
Solubilization of single‐walled carbon nanotubes by using polycyclic aromatic ammonium amphiphiles in water—strategy for the design of high‐performance solubilizers
Y Tomonari, H Murakami, N Nakashima
Chemistry–A European Journal 12 (15), 4027-4034, 2006
2202006
Insights into the Low Overpotential Electroreduction of CO2 to CO on a Supported Gold Catalyst in an Alkaline Flow Electrolyzer
S Verma, Y Hamasaki, C Kim, W Huang, S Lu, HRM Jhong, AA Gewirth, ...
ACS Energy Letters 3 (1), 193-198, 2017
2022017
A multi-mode-driven molecular shuttle: photochemically and thermally reactive azobenzene rotaxanes
H Murakami, A Kawabuchi, R Matsumoto, T Ido, N Nakashima
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (45), 15891-15899, 2005
1982005
Design of an assembly of poly (benzimidazole), carbon nanotubes, and pt nanoparticles for a fuel‐cell electrocatalyst with an ideal interfacial nanostructure
M Okamoto, T Fujigaya, N Nakashima
Small 5 (6), 735-740, 2009
1932009
Electron transfer between electrodes and heme proteins in protein− DNA films
AEF Nassar, JF Rusling, N Nakashima
Journal of the American Chemical Society 118 (12), 3043-3044, 1996
1781996
Uniform and controllable preparation of Au–Ag core–shell nanorods using anisotropic silver shell formation on gold nanorods
Y Okuno, K Nishioka, A Kiya, N Nakashima, A Ishibashi, Y Niidome
Nanoscale 2 (8), 1489-1493, 2010
1682010
Experimentally Determined Redox Potentials of Individual (n,m) Single‐Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Y Tanaka, Y Hirana, Y Niidome, K Kato, S Saito, N Nakashima
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 48 (41), 7655-7659, 2009
1672009
Fuel cell electrocatalyst using polybenzimidazole‐modified carbon nanotubes as support materials
T Fujigaya, N Nakashima
Advanced Materials 25 (12), 1666-1681, 2013
1622013
Methodology for homogeneous dispersion of single-walled carbon nanotubes by physical modification
T Fujigaya, N Nakashima
Polymer journal 40 (7), 577-589, 2008
1572008
Bilayer membranes of triple-chain ammonium amphiphiles
T Kunitake, N Kimizuka, N Higashi, N Nakashima
Journal of the American Chemical Society 106 (7), 1978-1983, 1984
1521984
Vesicles of polymeric bilayer and monolayer membranes
T Kunitake, N Nakashima, K Takarabe, M Nagai, A Tsuge, H Yanagi
Journal of the American Chemical Society 103 (19), 5945-5947, 1981
1481981
Helical superstructures are formed from chiral ammonium bilayers
N Nakashima, S Asakuma, JM Kim, T Kunitake
Chemistry Letters 13 (10), 1709-1712, 1984
1401984
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