MIYATA,Takashi

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Name
MIYATA,Takashi
Affiliation
Kansai University
Section
Faculty of Chemistry, Materials and BioengineeringDepartment of Chemistry and Materials Engineering
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Engineering
Research funding number
50239414

Education

 
 
 - 
1987
Faculty of Engineering, Kobe University
 
1989
   
 
Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Kobe University
 

Published Papers

 
Removal of Benzene from an Aqueous Solution of Dilute Benzene by Various Cross-Linked Poly(dimethylsiloxane) Membranes during Pervaporation
T. Uragami;T. Ohshima;T. Miyata
Macromolecules   36, 9430-9436    2003
Effects of Morphology of Multicomponent Polymer Membranes Containing Calixarene on Permselective Removal of Benzene from a Dilute Aqueous Solution of Benzene
T. Uragami;S. Meotoiwa;T. Miyata
Macromolecules   36(6), 2041-2048    2003
Dehydration from Alcohols by Polyion Complex Cross-Linked Chitosan Composite Membranes during Evapomeation
T. Uragami;S. Yamamoto;T. Miyata
Biomacromolecules   4(1), 137-144    2003
Structure and Permeation Characteristics of an Aqueous Ethanol Solution of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Membranes Composed of Poly(vinyl alcohol) and Tetraethoxysilane
T. Uragami;K. Okazaki;H. Matsugi;T. Miyata
Macromolecules   35(24), 9156-9163    2002
Evapomeation Characteristics of Cross-linked Quaternized Chitosan Membranes for the Separation of an Ethanol/Water Azeotrope
T. Uragami;M. Takuno;T. Miyata
Macromol. Chem. Phys.   203(9), 1162-1170    2002
Surface-Modification of Microphase-Separated Membranes by Fluorine-Containing Polymer Additive and Removal of Dilute Benzene in Water through Their Membranes.
T. Miyata;H. Yamada;T. Uragami
Macromolecules   34(23), 8026-8033    2001
Effects of the Addition of Calixarene to Microphase-Separated Membranes for the Removal of Volatile Organic Compounds from Dilute Aqueous Solutions
T. Uragami;T. Meotoiwa;T. Miyata
Macromolecules   34(19), 6806-6811    2001
Removal of Dilute Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in Water through Graft Copolymer Membranes Consisting of Poly(alkylmethacrylate) and Poly(dimethylsiloxane) by Pervaporation and Their Membrane Morphology
T. Uragami;H. Yamada;T. Miyata
J. Membrane Sci.   187(1-2), 255-269    2001
Relationship between Fractal Microphase Separation and Permselectivity of Block Copolymer Membranes Containing Poly(dimethylsiloxane)
T. Miyata;S. Obata;T. Uragami
J. Polym. Sci., Polym. Phys.   38(4), 584-589    2000
Annealing Effect of Microphase-Separated Membranes Containing Poly(dimethylsiloxane) on Their Permselectivity for Aqueous Ethanol Solutions
T. Miyata;S. Obata;T. Uragami
Macromolecules   32(25), 8465-8475    1999

Misc

 
Smart hydrogels that respond to target molecules
T. Miyata
67    Dec 2009
Syntyhesis of molecular-responsive gel particle by soap-free emulsion polymerization
Y.Hata;T. Miyata;T. Uragami
284    Dec 2009
DNA sequences-responsive behavior of DNA-crosslinked hydrogels having fluorescence donor and acceptor
M. Ueba;M. Minamitsuji;T. Miyata;T. Uragami
172    Dec 2009
Preparation of antigen-responsive hydrogels containig temperature-responsive component
Y. Ohkita;E. Furutani;T. Miyata;T. Uragami
173    Dec 2009
Molecular-responsive signal changes of endocrine-disruptor-responsive gel film prepared on surface plasmon resonance sensor chips
S.Ohtaka;H. Isobe;T. Miyata;T. Uragami
188    Dec 2009

Books etc

 
Biological Stimuli-Responsive Hydrogels
Marcel Dekker, Inc., Polymeric Biomaterials   Jan 2002   
Gels and Interpenetrating Polymer Networks
CRC Press, Supramolecular Design for Biological Applications   2002   
Stimuli-Responsive Polymers and Gels
MIYATA Takashi;Ed. N. Yui. (Part:Joint Work)
CRC Press, Supramolecular Design for Biological Applications   2002   
Structural Design for Improvement of Permselectivity of Chitosan Derivative Membranes
T. Uragami;S. Yamamoto;T. Miyata;Eds. T. Uragami;K. Kurita;T. Fukamizo (Part:Joint Work)
Kodansha Scientific Ltd., Chitin and Chitosan - Chitin and Chitosan in Life Science   2001   
Structures and Water-Permselectivity of Various Chitosan Salt Membranes for Separation of an Azeotrope of Ethanol/Water
T. Uragami;Y. Itagaki;T. Miyata;Eds. T. Uragami;K. Kurita;T. Fukamizo (Part:Joint Work)
Kodansha Scientific Ltd., Chitin and Chitosan - Chitin and Chitosan in Life Science   2001   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Synthesis of stimuli-responsive gel particles having molecular recognition molecule-responsive behavior sites and their
27 May 2010   
Structure and responsive behavior of stimuli-responsive hydrogels that recognize a target protein
27 May 2010   
Synthesis of amphiphilic polymers exhibiting liquid crystallinity at room temperature and their self-assembling
28 May 2010   
Formation of molecule-responsive gel layers on silica particles by atom transfer radical polymerization
16 Jul 2010   
Synthesis of novel stimuli-responsive gel particles exhibiting molecular-responsive behavior
15 Sep 2010