Kyushu University Academic Staff Educational and Research Activities Database
List of Reports
IMASAKA Totaro Last modified date:2020.04.09

Professor Emeritus / Professor Emeritus

1. Totaro IMASAKA, Gas Chromatography/Multiphoton Ionization/Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry Using a Femtosecond Laser, Anal.Bioanal.Chem., 405,6907-6912, 2013.09.
2. Establishment of A Venture Company, "Laboratory of Optical Engineeering" -Commercialization of A Laser Ionization Mass Spectrometer-.
3. T. Imasaka, Molecular System of Hydrogens, Science for Future Chemistry, 3, 37-43, 2010.12.
4. T. Imasaka, The Generation of an Ultrashort Optical Pulse Train at the World-Fastest Repetition Rate, Proc. The sixth Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena (ACUP2010), 2010.12.
5. T. Imasaka, Two-Color Stimulated Raman Effect for the Generation of Ultrashort Optical Pulse, Proc. Fifth Asian Symposium on Intense Laser Science (ASILS-5), Publishing House for Science and Technology (Hanoi, Vietnam), 47-54, 2010.12.
6. 今坂藤太郎, Analytical Sciencesからのメッセージ, ぶんせき, No. 9, p.1, 2009.09.
7. 内村智博、荒木祥恵、川鍋智史、三宅里奈、今坂藤太郎, 波長可変ピコ秒レーザーを用いる蛍光寿命イメージング顕微鏡の開発とその細胞測定への応用, 分析化学, 58 (6), 487-494, 2009.06.
8. T. Imasaka, How can you publish in Analytical Sciences?, Analytical Sciences, 25(3), 321-321, 2009.03.
9. T. Uchimura, T. Itoh, M. Kawano, K. Sueishi, T. Imasaka, A Pulsed Nozzle for Application to Gas Chromatography/Supersonic Jet/Multiphoton Ionization Mass Spectrometry, Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), Research in Asia, 57-62, 2008.12.
10. T. Imasaka, “Rainbow-Stars” –Two-Color Stimulated Raman Emission for Generation of Short Optical Pulse-, Science for Future Molecular Science, 38-39, 2008.12.
11. T. Imasaka, Ultraviolet Femtosecond Laser Ionization Mass Spectrometry, Chemical Record, 8(1), pp.23-32, 2004.01.
12. T. Imasaka, Development of An Analytical Instrument for Practical Trace Analysis of Dioxins, Annual Report 2006, 93-94 (2007), 2007.05.
13. Generation of Coherent Side Bands Using A Continuous-Wave Laser.
14. T. Imasaka, Generation of An Ultimately-Short Optical Pulse and Its Application, Annual Report 2005, 95-96 (2006), 2006.05.
15. "Center for Future Chemistry" and "Translational Center".
16. Rainbow Stars-A challange for the generation of an ultimately-short optical pulse.
17. T. Imasaka, Fusion of Humanity and Technology -From Education in Undergraduate and Graduate Schools, Development of High Technology, to Establishment to Venture Business-, Annual Report of the Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu University, 68-69, 2005.05.
18. Laser Research Core.
19. T. Imasaka, High-technology laser research core, Kyushu University Research Core, 25, 2005.02.
20. T. Imasaka, Thermal Lensing Spectrometry, Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry, pp.50-57, 2004.01.
21. T. Imasaka, Generation of a Multi-Color Ultimately-Short Optical Pulse and Its Application, Annula Report of the Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu University, pp.47-55, 2004.05.
22. Progress in Laser Ionizatiaon Mass Spectrometry in the Future, T. Imasaka, Bunseki, (5), 344 (1998)..
23. T. Imasaka, Optical Chromatography -A New Tool for Separation of Particles, Analusis, 26(5), M53, 1998.06.
24. Study on Multi-Color Laser Emission Based on Four-Wave Raman Mixing, Y. Hirakawa, T. Imasaka, Report of Institute for Ionized Gas and Laser Research, Kyushu University, (8), 33 (1998)..
25. Development of Supersonic Jet/Multiphoton Ionization Mass Spectrometer and Its Application to Trace Analysis of Dioxins and Their Precursors, T. Imasaka, Shinku Journal, (60), 20 (1998)..
26. T. Imasaka, Supersonic Jet Multiphoton - Ionization Mass Spectrometry Using a Femtosecond Laser, Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 17(8,9), 551, 1998.09.
27. T. Imasaka, Diode Lasers in Analytical Chemistry, 48(2), 305-320, 1999.02.
28. New Technology in Sensitive Monitoring Technique, T. Imasaka, Material Integration, 12(4), 2(1999)..
29. How do you measure? -Michrochip Analytical Technique-, T. Imasaka, Kagaku, 54(10), 42-44 (1999)..
30. Report of IUPAC: Division of Spectrochemical and Other Optical Procedures for Analysis (V-4),T. Imasaka, Bunseki, (6), 347-348 (2000)..
31. Recent Directions in the Journal of Analytical Chemistry, T. Imasaka, Bunseki, (8), 491 (2000)..
32. Measurements of Ultratrace Molecules, T. Imasaka, Bunseki, (10), 597-601 (2000)..
33. Supersonic Jet Spectrometry, T. Imasaka, Bunseki Kagaku, 50(1), 3-30 (2001)..
34. Analyses of Dioxins and Thermally Decomposed Products of Plastics by Means of Supersonic Jet/Laser-Induced Multiphoton Ionization/Mass Spectrometry, T. Imasaka, Shiku, 44(1), 16-22 (2001)..
35. Rainbow Stars: the Story thereafter -Application to Diffractive Optical Chemical Sensor, T. Imaska, (2), 93-96 (2001)..
36. Development of Analytical Instrument for On-Line Real-Time Monitoring of Dioxins, T. Imasaka, Annual Review of Kyushu University, (18), 107 (2001)..
37. Activities of Graduate Students in Foreign Country, T. Imasaka, J. Matsumoto, N. Takeyasu, T. Uchimura, H. Ohtsuka, Bunseki, (10), 550-552 (2001)..
38. Development in the Field of Supersonic Jet Spectrometry and the Prospects in the Future, T. Imasaka, Bunseki, Supplement, 117-119 (2002)..
39. On-line Real-Time Ultratrace Analysis of Dioxins, T. Imasaka, Kagaku Kogyo, 54(6), 409-414 (2003)..
40. T. Imasaka, D. S. Moore, T. Do-Dinh, Critical Assessment: Use of Supersonic Jet Spectrometry for Complex Mixture Analysis, Pure and Applied Chemistry, 75(7), 975-998, 2003.07.
41. Rainbow Stars -Laser Display Consisting of Rainbow Colors-, T. Imasaka, Annual Review of Kyushu University, (20), 481-1-2 (2003)..
42. Imasaka T, Generation of Multi-Color Ultrashort Laser Pulse and Its Application to the-State-of-the-Art Modern Technology, Annual Report of Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu University, 74-76, 2003.01.