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Tetsuo Kondo Last modified date:2022.06.20

Professor / Division of Sustainable Bioresources Science / Department of Agro-environmental Sciences / Faculty of Agriculture

1. Tetsuo Kondo, Cellulose Nanofibrils Pulverized from Biomass Resources: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives, KONA Powder and Particle Journal, 10.14356/kona.2023003, Article ID:2023003
(公財)ホソカワ粉体工学振興財団, 2022.02.
2. Keep on Challenging with Nanocellulose vs Design.
3. A Unique structure-proper relationship of ACC nanocellulose generated by a "gentle" nano-pulverization process, Aqueous Counter Collision (ACC).
4. A Unique "Gentle Nano-Pulverization Process for Native Cellulose Fiber" : Aqueous Counter Collision (ACC).
5. A "gentle nano-pulverization process" for environmentally friendly cellulose : Aqueous Counter Collision (ACC).
6. Preparation of cellulose gel from the Licl / DMAc solution.
7. Preparation of Single Cellulose Nanofibers Dispersed in Water Using Aqueous Counter Collision Method.
8. A Bacterium Spinning a Cellulose Nanofiber.
9. Application of the Aqueous Counter Collision Method for Industrial Food Wastes Free Society.
10. New Aspects of Cellulose Nanofibers.
11. Nano-builder designing a hierarchical organizing structure as a bottom-up 3-D architecture.
12. Structure of honeycomb-patterned film from polysaccharides using W/O emalsion and its unique properties.
13. Nano-pulverization of native cellulose fibers by counter collision in water.
14. A hierarchical organizing design for a bottom-up 3-D Architecture using a bacterium extruding a cellulose nanofiber.
15. Acetobacter Xylinum: 3-D Nanobuilder.
16. A Novel Tool for Characterization of Noncrystalline Regions in Cellulose: A FTIR Deuteration Monitoring and Generalized Two-Dimensional Correlation Spectroscopy.
17. Monolayer and LB membrane of cellulose derivatives.
18. Versatility of Atomic Force Microscopy(AFM) for research fields in cellulose.
19. Highly Oriented Cellulose Films from Nematic Ordered Cellulose (NOC).
20. Supermolecular architecture of cellulose in native and artificial systems enhanced by the drawing stress.
21. Application of microscopic FTIR to structural characterization of natural polymers.