Polymer Science (Physics) Laboratory

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Personal data

Born in Yamaguchi, Japan (in 1964)
Graduated from Yamaguchi High-school
Graduated from Faculty of Science, Yamaguchi Universty
1986-1988: Graduate student of master course of Yamaguchi University
1988-1993: Researcher working for Central Glass Co, Ltd;
1993-2001: Research Associate, Department of Physics, Yamaguchi University
2001-2010: Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Yamaguchi University
2010-: Professor, Department of Physics, Yamaguchi University
Ph Dr. (1998 at Hiroshima University)

e-mail: nozaki@ + yamaguchi-u.ac.jp

Research Interest

Structure evolution at phase transitions (crystallzation and solid-solid phase transition) of long-chained molecular compounds and polymers, such as n-alkanes, polypropylene, polybutene, etc.

Experimental techniques

Recent works

Published papers

Grant

    1. Grant-in-Aid for Science form the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (1997-1998).
    "Kinitic studies on structural formations and phase transitions in lipid molecules" (No.09740338)

    2. Grant-in-Aid for Science form the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (2000-2001).
    "Study on ordering in the lipid molecular solid: Rotator phase transition" (No.12740247)

    3. Grant-in-Aid for Science form the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (2002-2004).
    "Study on the structural formation in the soft material system: Structural Ordering of the hydorcarbon chains and their parts" (No.14540378)

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