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矢野G 関連論文 Research Papers

17. K. Uetani and H. Yano, Zeta potential time dependence reveals the swelling dynamics of wood cellulose nanofibrils, Langmuir, 28 (1), 818–827(2012).


16. M.I. Shams, M. Nogi, L. Berglund, H. Yano, The transparent crab: preparation and nanostructural implications for bioinspired optically transparent nanocomposites, Soft Matter, 8 (5), 1369 – 1373(2012).


15. K. Abe, H. Yano, Formation of hydrogels from cellulose nanofibers, Carbohydrate Polymer, 85, 733–737 (2011)


14. M. Nogi, F. Kurosaki, H. Yano, M. Takano, Preparation of nanofibrillar carbon from chitin nanofibers, Carbohydrate Polymer, 81(4), 9190924 (2010).


13. K. Abe, F. Nakatsubo, H.Yano: High-strength nanocomposites based on fibrillated chemi-thermomechanical pulp, Composites Science and Technology, 69 (14), 2434-2437 (2009)


12. K. Abe, H. Yano: Comparison of the characteristics of cellulose microfibril aggregates of wood, rice straw and potato tuber, Cellulose, 16 (6), 1017-1023 (2009)


11. Y. Okahisa, A. Yoshida, S. Miyaguchi and H. Yano: Optically transparent wood-cellulose nanocomposite as a base substrate for flexible Organic Light-Emitting Diode displays, Composites Science and Technology, 69, 1958-1961(2009).


10. M. Nogi, S. Iwamoto, A.N. Nakagaito and H. Yano,“Optically transparent nanofiber paper”, Advanced Materials, 21(16), 1595-1598(2009).


9.  A. Iwatake, M. Nogi, H. Yano, Cellulose nanofiber-reinforced polylactic acid, Composites Science and Technology, 68(9), 2103-2106(2008).


8.  M. Nogi and H. Yano: Transparent nanocomposites based on cellulose produced by bacteria offer potential innovation in electronics device industry, Advanced materials, 20, 1849-1852 (2008).


7.   K.Abe, S. Iwamoto and H. Yano: Obtaining Cellulose Nanofibers with a Uniform Width of 15 nm from Wood, Biomacromolecules, 8,(10), 3276-3278(2007).


6.  M. Nogi , K. Handa, A. N. Nakagaito, and H. Yano: Optically transparent bionanofiber composites with low sensitivity to refractive index of the polymer matrix, Applied Physics. Letters .87, 1 (2005)


5.  S. Iwamoto, H. Yano, A. N. Nakagaito and M. Nogi: Optically transparent composites reinforced with plant fiber-based nanofibers, Applied Physics A, 81(6), 1109-1112(2005).


4.  H.Yano, J.Sugiyama, A.N.Nakagaito, M.Nogi, T.Matsuura, M.Hikita and K.Handa: Optically Transparent Composites Reinforced with Networks of Bacterial Nanofibers, Advanced Materials, 17(2), 153-155(2005).


3. A.N.Nakagaito and H.Yano: Novel high-strength biocomposites based on microfibrillated cellulose having nano-order-unit web-like network structure, Applied Physics A, 80, 155-159(2005).


2. A.N.Nakagaito and H.Yano: The effect of morphological changes from pulp fiber towards nano-scale fibrillated cellulose on the mechanical properties of high-strength plant fiber based composites, Applied Physics A, 78,547-552 (2004).


1. H.Yano and S.Nakahara: Bio-composites produced from plant microfiber bundles with a nanometer unit web-like network, J. Materials Science, 39, 1635-1638 (2004).