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Takashi Kato

Professor, Ph. D (Profile)
Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology
School of Engineering
The University of Tokyo
Tokyo 113-8656 JAPAN



Current Research Areas:
Design, Synthesis, Self-Organization, Control of the Structures, and Functionalization
of
Functional Polymers, Liquid Crystals, Molecular Assemblies, and Organic/Inorganic Hybrids

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  • Our project, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas of "Aquatic Functional Materials: Creation of New Materials Science for Environment-Friendly and Active Functions"(no. 6104, Project Leader: Takashi Kato) has launched.(since June 28th 2019)
    Project term: FY2019-FY2023
    Link to https://www.aquatic-functional-materials.org/english-top


  • Our paper "Ultrafast Isomerization-Induced Cooperative Motions to Higher Molecular Orientation in Smectic Liquid-Crystalline Azobenzene Molecules" that is the collaboration research with Prof. Masaki Hada (University of Tsukuba) has been hilighted by the Editor of Nature Communications.
    Deails are this link.


  • A paper on polymerizable photocleavable columanar liquid crystals for nanoporous water treatment membranes has been published in ACS Macro Letters. This work is the results of collaboration with Shotaro Torii, Prof. Hiroyuki Katayama (Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo) (September 2019).
    Monika Gupta, Yuto Suzuki, Takeshi Sakamoto, Masafumi Yoshio, Shotaro Torii, Hiroyuki Katayama, and Takashi Kato
    "Polymerizable Photocleavable Columnar Liquid Crystals for Nanoporous Water Treatment Membranes", ACS Macro Lett., 8, 1303-1308 (2019).


  • A paper on the ultrafast structural change of azobenzene liquid-crystalline molecular assemblies has been published in Nature Communications. This work is the results of collaborations with Prof. Masaki Hada (University of Tsukuba). (September 13th 2019)
    The press release on this work was opened on the homepage of Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo on September 17th 2019.
    The blog on the background of this paper was published on the homepage of The University of Tokyo on September 13th 2019.
    Masaki Hada, Daisuke Yamaguchi, Tadahiko Ishikawa, Takayoshi Sawa, Kenji Tsuruta, Ken Ishikawa, Shin-ya Koshihara, Yasuhiko Hayashi, and Takashi Kato
    "Ultrafast Isomerization-Induced Cooperative Motions to Higher Molecular Orientation in Smectic Liquid-Crystalline Azobenzene Molecules", Nature Commun., 10, 4159 (2019).


  • A feature article on self-organization in low-dimensional structures of ionic liquids has been published in Chemical Communications .(July 2019)
    Takahiro Ichikawa, Takashi Kato, and Hiroyuki Ohno
    “Dimension Control of Ionic Liquids”, Chem. Commun., 55, 8205-8214 (2019).


  • Dr. Junya Uchida (Kureha Corporation), who received Ph.D under supervision of Prof. Kato in 2018, reported an article on Voices from Young Researchers in EKISHO (The Japanese Liquid Crystal Society). EKISHO, Vol. 23, No. 3, p. 174. (July 2019)


  • A paper on odd-even effects of alkyl chain spacers binding a carbonate moiety and an aliphatic mesogen in rod-like liquid-crystalline molecules on phase transition properties and ionic conductivities has been published in Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan as Selected Paper.(July 2019)
    Yurika Mizumura, Daniel Högberg, Kenichiro Arai, Junji Sakuda, Bartolome Soberats, Masafumi Yoshio, and Takashi Kato
    “Self-Assembled Liquid-Crystalline Ion Conductors: Odd-Even Effects of Flexible Spacers Binding a Carbonate Moiety and an Aliphatic Rod-Like Core on Phase Transition Properties and Ion Conductivities”, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 92, 1226-1233 (2019).


  • Associate Prof. Kazuki Fukushima was selected as one of top 5% of highly cited authors in Materials Portfolio of RSC Journals.(August 2019)


  • Associate Prof. Kazuki Fukushima received the Award for Young Investigator of Japanese Society for Biomaterials (2019) for "Design of Functionalized Aliphatic Polycarbonates for Degradable Biomaterials". (July 2019)
    Details are this link.


  • SPSJ (The Society of Polymer Science, Japan) Student Poster Award 2019: Yusuke Hayashi (Graduate Student) received SPSJ Student Poster Award at the 68th SPSJ Annual Meeting held between 29- 31 May, 2019. (21 June 2019)


  • Associate Prof. Yuya Oaki (Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio Univ.), who was a postdoctoral fellow in Kato group from 2007 to 2008, received SPSJ Award for the Outstanding Paper in Polymer Journal 2018 sponsored by ZEON. (May 2019)


  • Dr. Harutoki Shimura (Toray Industries, Inc.), who received Ph.D under supervision of Prof. Kato in 2009, received Award for Encouragement of Research in Polymer Science; The Society of Polymer Science, Japan (2018). (May 2019)


  • Associate Prof. Kazuki Fukushima was selected as the Biomaterials Science Emerging Investigator 2019 by the Royal Society of Chemistry. (April, 2019)
    Details are this link.


  • CSJ (The Chemical Society of Japan) Student Presentation Award 2019: Masanari Nakayama (Graduate Student) and Daisuke Yamaguchi (Graduate Student) received CSJ Student Presentation Award 2019 at the 99th CSJ Annual Meeting held between 16-19 March, 2019. (9 April 2019)


  • Dr. Kyosuke Isoda (Kagawa University), who reseived Ph.D under supervision of Prof. Kato in 2009, reported an article on Polymer Science and I: A Personal Account(The Society of Polymer Science, Japan). KOBUNSHI, Vol. 68, No. 4, p. 172. (April 2019)


  • Assistant Prof. Yoshimitsu Sagara (Research Institute for Electronic Science, Hokkaido Univ.) who received Ph.D under supervision of Prof. Kato in 2009, received The Young Scientists’ Prize from Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)(April 2019).


  • A paper on static structure and dynamics of colloidal liquid-crystalline hydroxyapatite nanorods has been published in Soft Matter and selected as the back cover.(April 2019)
    This work is the result of collaboration with Dr. Taiki Hoshino (RIKEN Spring-8 Center).
    Taiki Hoshino, Masanari Nakayama, So Fujinami, Tomotaka Nakatani, Yoshiki Kohmura, and Takashi Kato
    “Static Structure and Dynamical Behavior of Colloidal Liquid Crystals Consisting of Hydroxyapatite-Based Nanorod Hybrids”, Soft Matter, 15, 3315-3321 (2019).



  • These are students graduated from our laboratory this year.(March 2109)
    (Left picture: Doctoral graduates and Prof.Kato)
    (Right picture:Master's degree graduates and Prof.Kato)


  • Masanari Nakayama (doctoral student) received the "Department of Chemistry & Biotechnology Chair's Award", School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, for his outstanding research work while in school.(March 2019)
    Details are this link.


  • It is evaluated that Shuichi Kondo (undergraduate student) has entered the 1st district as a member of the Kanto Students Union in the 95th Hakone Ekiden, and he earned President's Grand Prize (Category: Extracurricular activities) as the title of "Todai Runner, who participated in the Hakone Ekiden in fourth time's a charm".
    Details are this link.

    In addition, he was recognized as having an outstanding track record in parallel with his research activities in the undergraduate course, and received "Faculty of Engineering Dean's Award (Social contribution)". (March 2019)
    Details are this link.


  • A paper on tuning the c-axis crystalline orientation of hydroxyapatite in polymer hybrid thin films has been published in Langmuir and selected as the cover image (March 2019).
    Rino Ichikawa, Satoshi Kajiyama, Misato Iimura, and Takashi Kato
    “Tuning the c-Axis Orientation of Calcium Phosphate Hybrid Thin Films Using Polymer Templates”, Langmuir, 35, 4077-4084 (2019).



  • Award for Encouragement of Research (18-20 December 2018):
    At the 28th Annual Meeting of MRS-J,Kazuma Hamaguchi (Graduate Student) and Yuki Sugihara (Graduate Student) received Award for Encouragement of Research.

  • Young Scientist Poster Award (4-7 December 2018):
    At SPSJ International Polymer Conference 2018 (IPC2018),Masanari Nakamura (Kato Lab D3) received Young Scientist Poster Award.


  • A paper on the virus rejection via nanostructured membranes based on supramolecular columnar liquid crystals that organized ionic liquids has been published in ACS Macro Lettersand selected as cover image . (January 2019)
    This work is the results of collaboration with Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hiroyuki Katayama (Department of Urban Engineering, The University of Tokyo).
    Kazuma Hamaguchi, Daniel Kuo, Miaomiao Liu, Takeshi Sakamoto, Masafumi Yoshio, Hiroyuki Katayama, and Takashi Kato
    “Nanostructured Virus Filtration Membranes Based on Two-Component Columnar Liquid Crystals”, ACS Macro Lett., 8, 24-30 (2019).


  • CSJ (The Chemical Society of Japan) Chemical Festa Awards 2018 (23-25 October 2018):
    At the 8th CSJ Chemical Festa, Kazuma Hamaguchi (Graduate Student, right) received best poster presentation awards and Rino Ichikawa (Graduate Student, left) received poster presentation awards. (16th November 2018)











  • On 8th November 2018, Japan Chemical Diarly (Kagaku Kogyo Nippou) reported an interview article with Prof. Kato as the president of The Society of Polymer Science, Japan.

  • A paper on bioinspired composite materials has been published in ACS Omega (American Chemical Society) (November 2018).
  • David Kuo, Tatsuya Nishimura, Satoshi Kajiyama, and Takashi Kato
    "Bioinspired Environmentally Friendly Amorphous CaCO3 Based Transparent Composites Comprising Cellulose Nanofibers", ACS Omega, 3, 12722-12729 (2018).




  • Prof. Kato had a lecture on the event for junior highschool and highschool student organized by the Chemical Society of Japan held at the University of Tokyo. (20th October 2018)

  • Our review papers, "Transport of Ions and Electrons in Nanostructured Liquid Crystals" (Nature Rev. Mater., 2, 17001 (2017)) and "Mechanoresponsive Luminescent Molecular Assemblies: An Emerging Class of Materials" (Adv. Mater., 28, 1073-1095 (2016)) were selected as highly cited papers in the field of materials science by Clarivate Analytics. (2018)

  • The 27th International Liquid Crystal Conference (ILCC2018) (The Japanese Liquid Crystal Society and Science Council of Japan) was held at Kyoto International Conference Center. Prof. Takashi Kato was engaged in the conference as the chair (22-27 July, 2018).



  • 21 high school students visited Kato Lab from Matsusaka High School on 24th July, 2018. They enjoyed the lecture on functional liquid crystals given by Dr. Sakamoto and experiments.

  • On July 1, 2018, Dr. Kazuki Fukushima has been appointed as Associate Professor of Kato Laboratory.

  • A paper on the liquid-crystalline squaramides has been published in Chemistry Letters (The Chemical Society of Japan) and selected as Editor’s choice and cover image (April 2018).
    This work is the results of collaborations with Prof. Aya Tanatani (Ochanomizu University) and Prof. Hiroyuki Kagechika (Tokyo Medical and Dental University).
    Soyoung Park, Jumya Uchida, Ko Urushibara, Hiroyuki Kagechika, Takashi Kato, and Aya Tanatani
    "Self-assembly of Liquid-crystalline Squaramides",
    Chem. Lett., 47, 601-604 (2018) (Edior's Choice) (Cover Picture).



  • A review article on functional liquid-crystalline materials has been published in Angewandte Chemie (Special Issue (Wiley-VCH) (March 2018).
    Takashi Kato, Junya Uchida, Takahiro Ichikawa, and Takeshi Sakamoto,
    "Functional Liquid Crystals towards the Next Generation of Materials",
    Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 57, 4355-4371 (2018).



  • A paper on the development of liquid-crystalline hydroxyapatite has been published in Nature Commun (Nature Publishing Group) on February 8th 2018. The press release on this work was opened on the homepage of Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo on February 9th 2018.
    The blog on the background of this paper was published on Nature Research Chemistry Community on February 11th 2018.
    This work is the result of collaboration with Prof. Yuichi Ikuhara, Dr. Akihito Kumamoto (The University of Tokyo) and Prof. Masafumi Yamoto (Tokyo Metropolitan University).
    Masanari Nakayama, Satoshi Kajiyama, Akihito Kumamoto, Tatsuya Nishimura, Yuichi Ikuhara, Masafumi Yamato, and Takashi Kato
    “Stimuli-responsive hydroxyapatite liquid crystal with macroscopically controllable ordering and magneto-optical functions”, Nature Commun., 9, 568 (2018).



  • A paper on the development of lithium-ion batteries containing liquid-crystalline electrolytes with high-rate performance has been published in ACS Omega on January 5th 2018.
    This work is the result of collaboration with Dr. Eiji Hosono (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology).
    Taira Onuma, Eiji Hosono, Motokuni Takenouchi, Junji Sakuda, Satoshi Kajiyama, Masafumi Yoshio, and Takashi Kato
    "Noncovalent Approach to Liquid-Crystalline Ion Conductors: High-Rate Performances and Room-Temperature Operation for Li-Ion Batteries",
    ACS Omega, 3, 159-166 (2018).



  • A paper on sub-nanoporous polymer membranes based-on polymerizable liquid crystals has been published in Advanced Science (Wiley-VCH). This work is the results of collaboration with Masahiro Henmi et al. (Toray Industries, Inc.) and Dr. Hiroki Nada (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology). (December 2017)
    Takeshi Sakamoto, Takafumi Ogawa, Hiroki Nada, Koji Nakatsuji, Masato Mitani, Bartolome Soberats, Ken Kawata, Masafumi Yoshio, Hiroki Tomioka, Takao Sasaki, Masahiro Kimura, Masahiro Henmi, and Takashi Kato
    “Development of Nanostructured Water Treatment Membranes Based on Thermotropic Liquid Crystals: Molecular Design of Sub-Nanoporous Materials”
    Adv. Sci., 5, 1700405-1/9 (2018).
    A video abstract of this article was introduced on Advanced Science News. (Feb 8, 2018)
    The video abstract is also shown on Youtube.




  • A paper on the stimuli-responsive materials based on supramolecular liquid-crystalline (LC) π-conjugated guanines has been published in Chemical Science and selected as the inside cover. (January 2018)
    Kian Ping Gan, Masafumi Yoshio, Yuki Sugihara and Takashi Kato
    “Guanine-oligothiophene conjugates: liquid-crystalline properties, photoconductivities and ion-responsive emission of their nanoscale assemblies”, Chem. Sci, 9, 576-585 (2018)



  • A review article on functional liquid-crystalline materials has been published in the Special Issue of the 50th Anniversary Issue of Polymer Journal (Published by the Society of Polymer Science Japan and Springer Nature Publishing Group) (January 2018) Takashi Kato, Junya Uchida, Takahiro Ichikawa and Bartolome Soberats, “Functional Liquid-Crystalline Polymer and Supramolecular Liquid Crystal”, Polym. J., 50, 149-166 (2018)
    Functional Liquid-Crystalline Polymer and Supramolecular Liquid Crystal

  • A paper on self-assembly of giant spherical liquid-crystalline complexes has been published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition (Wiley-VCH).
    This work is the results of collaboration with Prof. Makoto Fujita (Department of Applied Chemistry, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo) and Prof. Sota Sato (Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo). (November 2017)
    Junya Uchida, Masafumi Yoshio, Sota Sato, Hiroyuki Yokoyama, Makoto Fujita, and Takashi Kato
    “Self-Assembly of Giant Spherical Liquid-Crystalline Complexes and Formation of Nanostructured Dynamic Gels that Exhibit Self-Healing Properties”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 56, 14085-14089 (2017).


  • Prof. Takashi Kato received the 69th Chemical Society of Japan Award for "Construction, Fusion, and Functionalization of Liquid Crystals and Supramolecular Assemblies". (17 January, 2017)
    See details

  • A paper on virus rejection via liquid crystal was accepted and published on Advanced Healthcare Materials. (May 2017). The article is featured in Advanced Science News

    This work is the results of collaboration with Dr. Jason Torrey, Dr. Hiroyuki Katayama (Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo) and Masahiro Henmi (Toray Industries Inc.) Nicolas Marets, Daniel Kuo, Jason R. Torrey, Takeshi Sakamoto, Masahiro Henmi, Hiroyuki Katayama, and Takashi Kato
    “Highly Efficient Virus Rejection with Self-Organized Membranes Based on a Crosslinked Bicontinuous Cubic Liquid Crystal", Adv. Healthcare Mater., 6, 1700252 (2017). (Selected as an Inside Front Cover)



  • An invited review paper on transport of ions and electrons in nanostructured liquid crystals has been published in Nature Reviews Materials (doi:10.1038/natrevmats.2017.1) (March 2017).
    Takashi Kato, Masafumi Yoshio, Takahiro Ichikawa, Bartolome Soberats, Hiroyuki Ohno, and Masahiro Funahashi
    “Transport of Ions and Electrons in Nanostructured Liquid Crystals”, Nature Rev. Mater., 2, 17001 (2017).

  • A paper on proton conductive materials based-on bicontinuous cubic liquid crystals has been published on accepted in Advanced Materials. (March 2017).
    This work is the results of collaboration with Dr. Takahiro Ichikawa and Prof. Hiroki Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology).
    Tsubasa Kobayashi, Takahiro Ichikawa, Takashi Kato, and Hiroyuki Ohno “Development of Glassy Bicontinuous Cubic Liquid Crystals for Solid Proton-Conductive Materials", Adv. Mater., 29, 1604429 (2017).

  • A paper on development of one-dimensional CaCO3 hybrids with supramolecular fibrous templates has been published in CrystEngComm (Royal Society of Chemistry) and selected as back cover. (March 2017)
    Haruka Sukegawa, Tatsuya Nishimura, Masafumi Yoshio, Satoshi Kajiyama, Takashi Kato
    “One-Dimensional Supramolecular Hybrids: Self-Assembled Nanofibrous Materials Based on a Sugar Gelator and Calcite Developed along an Unusual Axis”, CrystEngComm, 19, 1580-1584 (2017).


  • An invited review paper on hybrid materials constructed from amorphous calcium carbonate has been published in ChemPlusChem (5th Anniversary Special Issue)(Wiley-VCH) and selected as inside cover. (March 2017)
    Bram Cantaert, David Kuo, Shunichi Matsumura, Tatsuya Nishimura, Takeshi Sakamoto, and Takashi Kato
    “Use of Amorphous Calcium Carbonate for the Design of New Materials”, ChemPlusChem, 82, 107–120 (2017). (5th Anniversary Special Issue)


  • A review paper on computer simulation for crystallization of calcium carbonate has been accepted in J. Jpn. Assocn. Cryst. Growth. This paper is collaboration with Dr. Hiroki Nada (AIST).
    Hiroki Nada, Hidekazu Tomono, Tatsuya Nishimura, Takeshi Sakamoto, and Takashi Kato
    “Relationship between Structure of Amorphous Calcium Carbonate and Structure of Crystal Nucleated from It: Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study”, J. Jpn. Assocn. Cryst. Growth, in press.


  • The 11th SPSJ International Polymer Conference (IPC2016) (The Society of Polymer Science, Japan)
    IPC 2016 Young Scientist Poster Award
    Masanari Nakayama (Ph. D student) received IPC 2016 Young Scientist Poster Award for his research "Biomimetic Synthesis of Colloidal Inorganic/Polymer Hybrid Liquid Crystals" at the 11th SPSJ International Polymer Conference (IPC2016) held in 13-16 December, 2016. (26 December, 2016)
    See details



  • CSJ (The Chemical Society of Japan) Chemical Festa Awards 2016:
    Daniel Högberg (Graduate Student, center left), Masanari Nakayama (Graduate Student, center right), Ryohei Ohishi (Graduate Student, right),and Daisuke Yamaguchi (Graduate Student, left) received poster awards at The 6th CSJ Chemical Festa held between 14-16 November, 2016. (8 December 2016)



  • Prof. Dick J Broer, Dr. Danqing Liu, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, visited the Kato Group on Tuesday, November 22, 2016 and gave us the seminar entitled "Liquid Crystals as a New Tool for Lithographic Structuring", "Dynamic Surface Topographies at Liquid Crystal Network Coatings".



  • A paper on development of inorganic/organic hybrid thin films based on calcium phosphates has been published in CrystEngComm (Royal Society of Chemistry) and selected as back cover. This work is the results of collaboration with Prof. Chikara Ohtsuki (Nagoya University). (November 2016)
    Satoshi Kajiyama, Takeshi Sakamoto, Moe Inoue, Tatsuya Nishimura, Taishi Yokoi, Chikara Ohtsuki, Takashi Kato
    “Rapid and Topotactic Transformation from Octacalcium Phosphate to Hydroxyapatite (HAP): a New Approach to Self-Organization of Free-Standing Thin-Film HAP-Based Nanohybrids”, CrystEngComm, 18, 8388-8395 (2016).


  • A paper on dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs) containing liquid-crystalline (LC) electrolytes has been published in Chemistry of Materials (doi: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.6b01590). This article was selected as “Cover”. This work is the result of a collaboration with Prof. Hiroshi Segawa, Prof. Satoshi Uchida (The University of Tokyo) and Prof. Lars Kloo (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden). (September 2016)
    Daniel Högberg, Bartolome Soberats, Ryo Yatagai, Satoshi Uchida, Masafumi Yoshio, Lars Kloo, Hiroshi Segawa, and Takashi Kato
    "Liquid-Crystalline Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells: Design of TwoDimensional Molecular Assemblies for Efficient Ion Transport and Thermal Stability",
    Chem. Mater. , 28, 6493-6500 (2016).



  • 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry is awarded to Prof. Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Prof. J. Fraser Stoddart, and Prof. Bernard L. Feringa. Prof. Sauvage and Prof. Stoddart are our collaborators. Congratulations!
    The copublishied papers with Prof. Sauvage and Prof. Stoddart are as follows.

    Copublished papers with Prof. Sauvage
    • A Liquid-Crystalline [2]Catenane and Its Copper(I) Complex
    E. D. Baranoff, J. Voignier, T. Yasuda, V. Heitz, J.-P. Sauvage*, and T. Kato*, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 46(25), 4680-4683 (2007).
    • Macrocycle-Based Liquid Crystals : A Study of Topological Effects on Mesomorphism
    E. D. Baranoff, J. Voignier, T. Yasuda, V. Heitz, J.-P. Sauvage*, and T. Kato*, Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst., 509, 165-172 (2009).

    Copublished papers with Prof. Stoddart
    • A Liquid-Crystalline Bistable [2] Rotaxane
    I. Aprahamian, T. Yasuda, T. Ikeda, S. Saha, W. R. Dichtel, K. Isoda, T. Kato*, and J. F. Stoddart*, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 46(25), 4675-4679 (2007).
    • Clicked Interlocked Molecules
    I. Aprahamian, O. S. Miljanic, W. R. Dichtel, K. Isoda, T. Yasuda, T. Kato, and J. F. Stoddart*, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 80(10), 1856-1869 (2007). (Vol. 80 Commemorative Accounts)
    • A Layered Liquid Crystalline Droplet
    Y.-L. Zhao, N. Erina, T. Yasuda, T. Kato*, and J.F. Stoddart*, J. Mater. Chem., 19(21), 3469-3474 (2009).
    • A Redox-Switchable [2]Rotaxane in a Liquid-Crystalline State
    T. Yasuda, K. Tanabe, T. Tsuji, K. K. Coti, I. Aprahamian, J. F. Stoddart*, and T. Kato*, Chem. Commun., 46(8), 1224-1226 (2010). 

    Liquid Crystalline Rotaxane



e-mail : kato@chiral.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp


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