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  • 2008.04.01 - , Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Assistant Professor

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Kyoto University Faculty of Engineering  Graduated 2001.03
Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Engineering  Completed 2003.03
Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Engineering  Completed 2007.03

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  • Functional solid state chemistry-related

  • Structural organic chemistry and physical organic chemistry-related, Functional solid state chemistry-related


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  • Polarity-Dependent Isomerization of an Unsymmetrical Overcrowded Ethylene Promoted by Zwitterionic Contribution in the Twisted Isomer, Yasukazu Hirao, Nobuhiro Nagamachi, Katsuma Hosoi, Takashi Kubo, Chemistry-An Asian Journal,13(5) 510-514, 2018.02, Papers

  • Elucidation of Intramolecular Through‐Space Electronic Communication in Propeller‐Shaped Molecule, Takuya Kodama, Yasukazu Hirao, Tomohiko Nishiuchi, Takashi Kubo, ChemPlusChem, 2017.04, Papers

  • Anthroxyl-based biradical: toward the construction of highly stable multi-spin systems, Yasukazu Hirao, Akihito Konishi and Takashi Kubo, Organic Chemistry Frontiers,4 828-838, 2017.03, Papers

  • Syntheses of Partially Brominated Derivatives of Tetra-2-thienylmethane for Three-Dimensionally Extended π-Electron Systems, Kouzou Matsumoto, Takeshi Suzuki, Yasukazu Hirao, Hiroyuki Kurata, and Takashi Kubo, Heterocycles,95, 615-623, 2016.11, Papers

  • Synthesis, Structure, and Properties of Quinone Methides Incorporating Thiophene and Bithiophene Derivatives: New Overcrowded Extended Quinonoid π-Systems, Hiroyuki Kurata, Taihei Inoue, Takeshi Suzuki, Yasukazu Hirao, Kouzou Matsumoto, Takashi Kubo, Synlett,27(14) 2133-2139, 2016.06, Papers

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