Hatsuo Ishida

Hatsuo Ishida

Case Western Reserve University

H-index: 105

North America-United States

About Hatsuo Ishida

Hatsuo Ishida, With an exceptional h-index of 105 and a recent h-index of 52 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Case Western Reserve University, specializes in the field of polybenzoxazine, composite interface, polymer composites, nanocomposites, molecular spectroscopy.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

From a sustainable poly (benzoxazine-co-chitosan) to an ultrahigh-surface-area porous carbon electrode with a nano-engineered graphitic framework for a supercapacitor

Improved PVC/ZnO Nanocomposite Insulation for High Voltage and High Temperature Applications

Investigation into the crystal structure–dielectric property correlation in barium titanate nanocrystals of different sizes

Development of an atomic-oxygen-erosion-resistant, alumina-fiber-reinforced, fluorinated polybenzoxazine composite for low-Earth orbital applications

Organic-inorganic composites for novel optical transformation induced by high-energy laser ablation

Review on the Accelerated and Low-Temperature Polymerization of Benzoxazine Resins: Addition Polymerizable Sustainable Polymers

Very High Char-yielding Elastomers based on the Copolymers of a Catechol/Furfurylamine Benzoxazine and Polydimethylsiloxane Oligomers

Advanced carbon materials derived from polybenzoxazines: A review.

Hatsuo Ishida Information

University

Case Western Reserve University

Position

Department of Macromolecular Science and Engineering

Citations(all)

37246

Citations(since 2020)

9988

Cited By

31882

hIndex(all)

105

hIndex(since 2020)

52

i10Index(all)

424

i10Index(since 2020)

217

Email

University Profile Page

Case Western Reserve University

Hatsuo Ishida Skills & Research Interests

polybenzoxazine

composite interface

polymer composites

nanocomposites

molecular spectroscopy

Top articles of Hatsuo Ishida

From a sustainable poly (benzoxazine-co-chitosan) to an ultrahigh-surface-area porous carbon electrode with a nano-engineered graphitic framework for a supercapacitor

Authors

Kessara Seneesrisakul,Wikrom Redpradit,Nopparat Sangtong,Patibut Preeyawongsakul,Apirak Payaka,Hatsuo Ishida,Thanyalak Chaisuwan,Uthen Thubsuang

Journal

Materials Research Bulletin

Published Date

2024/1/1

A porous carbon electrode was prepared based on poly(benzoxazine-co-chitosan), with synperonic-NP30 (a non-ionic surfactant) and KOH-activation used to enhance the topological properties. The microstructure was nano-engineered using an Ni-based graphitization catalyst. The computational analysis and Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy uncovered the presence of hydrogen bonding between benzoxazine and chitosan, enhancing thermal stability. Adding non-ionic surfactant increased the pore volume and surface area; various average pore diameters were obtained (3.1–10.7 nm). Activation achieved a surface area of 1,928 m2 g−1 and a pore volume of 1.37 cm3 g−1. At 0.25 A g−1, the sample with 0.050 M of non-ionic surfactant had improved capacitance of 145.2 F g−1 which increased to 519 F g−1 upon activation. The Ni-graphitization yielded graphitic porous carbon exhibiting the best cyclic …

Improved PVC/ZnO Nanocomposite Insulation for High Voltage and High Temperature Applications

Authors

Faiza,Abraiz Khattak,Ahmad Aziz Alahmadi,Hatsuo Ishida,Nasim Ullah

Journal

Scientific Reports

Published Date

2023/5/4

Nanosized inorganic oxides have the trends to improve many characteristics of solid polymer insulation. In this work, the characteristics of improved poly (vinyl chloride) (PVC)/ZnO are evaluated using 0, 2, 4 and 6 phr of ZnO nanoparticles dispersed in polymer matrix using internal mixer and finally compressed into circular disk with 80 mm diameter using compression molding technique. Dispersion properties are studied by scanning electron microscopy (SEM), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), X-ray diffractometry (XRD), and optical microscopy (OM). The effect of filler on the electrical, optical, thermal, and dielectric properties of the PVC are also analyzed. Hydrophobicity of nano-composites is evaluated by measuring contact angle and recording hydrophobicity class using Swedish transmission research institute (STRI) classification method. Hydrophobic behavior decreases with the increase in filler …

Investigation into the crystal structure–dielectric property correlation in barium titanate nanocrystals of different sizes

Authors

Qiong Li,Tianxiong Ju,Ruipeng Li,Shuang Wang,Yongfang Yang,Hatsuo Ishida,Yeu-Wei Harn,Jihua Chen,Benjamin Hirt,Alp Sehirlioglu,Zhiqun Lin,Lei Zhu

Journal

Nanoscale

Published Date

2023

For high capacitance multilayer ceramic capacitors, high dielectric constant and lead-free ceramic nanoparticles are highly desired. However, as the particle size decreases to a few tens of nanometers, their dielectric constant significantly decreases, and the underlying mechanism has yet to be fully elucidated. Herein, we report a systematic investigation into the crystal structure–dielectric property relationship of combustion-made BaTiO3 (BTO) nanocrystals. When the nanocrystal size was 100 nm and below, a metastable paraelectric cubic phase was found in the as-received BTO (denoted as arBTO) nanocrystals based on an X-ray diffraction (XRD) study. A stable ferroelectric tetragonal phase was present when the nanocrystal size was above 200 nm. Notably, the cubic arBTO (particle size ≤100 nm) exhibited tetragonal fluctuations as revealed by Raman spectroscopy, whereas the tetragonal arBTO (particle …

Development of an atomic-oxygen-erosion-resistant, alumina-fiber-reinforced, fluorinated polybenzoxazine composite for low-Earth orbital applications

Authors

Leah Oppenheimer,Malavika Ramkumar,Irlaine Machado,Chris Scott,Scott Winroth,Hatsuo Ishida

Journal

Polymers

Published Date

2022/12/27

An atomic-oxygen-erosion-resistant fluorinated benzoxazine resin and composite were developed. The benzoxazine resin, abbreviated as “BAF-oda-fu,” consists of four benzoxazine rings, and was synthesized from bisphenol AF (BAF), 4,4′-oxydianiline (oda), furfurylamine (fu), and paraformaldehyde. The resin was characterized by infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), proton nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H NMR), differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), and thermogravimetric analysis (TGA). An analysis of the solvent-washed product showed a technical grade purity (>95%) and a yield of approximately 85%. Subsequent polymerization of the resin was successfully performed by heating step-wise and opening the benzoxazine rings to form a crosslinked network. Thermal analyses showed a melting temperature of 115 °C and polymerization temperature of 238 °C, both being characteristic values of benzoxazine monomers. The benzoxazine resin was also blended with polyoctahedral sisesquoxane (POSS) and reinforced with alumina fibers. The Tg of the resin, as determined by DMA of the composite, could reach as high as 308 °C when post-curing and the POSS additive were utilized. The low-Earth orbit atomic-oxygen erosion rate was simulated by an RF plasma asher/etcher. The atomic-oxygen resistance of poly(BAF-oda-fu) fell along an established trend line based on its fluorine content.

Organic-inorganic composites for novel optical transformation induced by high-energy laser ablation

Authors

Aoao Wang,Junjie Zhu,Chen Ma,Weiye Xu,Zhuang Ma,Lihong Gao,Guohua Chen,Hatsuo Ishida

Journal

Ceramics International

Published Date

2022/1/1

High-energy continuous-wave (CW) laser has been considered as a significant technology in recent decades. Such laser can destroy conventional materials in an extremely short time, necessitating their protection. In this study, zirconium carbide (ZrC) and silicon carbide (SiC) particle-modified short silicon carbide fiber-reinforced phenolic resin matrix composites (SiC/BPF-ZS) with significant anti-laser performance were designed and prepared. Our results showed that the ceramic particles and SiC fibers rapidly oxidized, leading to the formation of a ceramic coating composed of ZrO2 and SiO2. Owing to the formation of the ceramic coating, the reflectivity of the composites improved significantly from 15.8% to 73.2% after ablation at 500 W/cm2 for 30 s. Additionally, the SiC fibers played an important role in the formation of a high-reflectivity coating during laser ablation. Contrast experiments indicated that SiC fibers …

Review on the Accelerated and Low-Temperature Polymerization of Benzoxazine Resins: Addition Polymerizable Sustainable Polymers

Authors

Bimlesh Lochab,Monisha Monisha,Nagarjuna Amarnath,Pratibha Sharma,Sourav Mukherjee,Hatsuo Ishida

Published Date

2021/4/13

Due to their outstanding and versatile properties, polybenzoxazines have quickly occupied a great niche of applications. Developing the ability to polymerize benzoxazine resin at lower temperatures than the current capability is essential in taking advantage of these exceptional properties and remains to be most challenging subject in the field. The current review is classified into several parts to achieve this goal. In this review, fundamentals on the synthesis and evolution of structure, which led to classification of PBz in different generations, are discussed. Classifications of PBzs are defined depending on building block as well as how structure is evolved and property obtained. Progress on the utility of biobased feedstocks from various bio-/waste-mass is also discussed and compared, wherever possible. The second part of review discusses the probable polymerization mechanism proposed for the ring-opening reactions. This is complementary to the third section, where the effect of catalysts/initiators has on triggering polymerization at low temperature is discussed extensively. The role of additional functionalities in influencing the temperature of polymerization is also discussed. There has been a shift in paradigm beyond the lowering of ring-opening polymerization (ROP) temperature and other areas of interest, such as adaptation of molecular functionality with simultaneous improvement of properties.

Very High Char-yielding Elastomers based on the Copolymers of a Catechol/Furfurylamine Benzoxazine and Polydimethylsiloxane Oligomers

Authors

Hatsuo Ishida Irlaine Machaod,Eric Rachita,Ethan Fuller,Veronica Calado

Journal

ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering

Published Date

2021/12/3

Main chain-type elastomeric polybenzoxazines (abbreviated as CA-pdms-fu) with very high char yield have been developed. Seven compositions of elastomeric benzoxazine adhesives are synthesized to find the optimum structure by changing the chain length of the siloxane component. The successful synthesis of CA-pdms-fu derived from catechol is confirmed with 1H NMR and FT-IR spectroscopy. Polymerization characteristics, including polymerization temperature, enthalpy of polymerization, and extent of polymerization for all seven compounds, are analyzed from FT-IR and DSC data. The TGA results indicate remarkable superiority of CA-pdms-fu over traditional epoxy and polyurethane adhesives, with 93% higher char yield than polyurethane elastomer. The flammability of the elastomeric polymer was quantified by heat release capacity using microscale combustion calorimetry (MCC). The seven …

Advanced carbon materials derived from polybenzoxazines: A review.

Authors

Cecilia Shaer,Lear Oppenheimer,Alice Lin,Hatsuo Ishida

Journal

Polymers

Published Date

2021

This comprehensive review article summarizes the key properties and applications of advanced carbonaceous materials obtained from polybenzoxazines. Identification of several thermal degradation products that arose during carbonization allowed for several different mechanisms (both competitive ones and independent ones) of carbonization, while also confirming the thermal stability of benzoxazines. Electrochemical properties of polybenzoxazine-derived carbon materials were also examined, noting particularly high pseudocapacitance and charge stability that would make benzoxazines suitable as electrodes. Carbon materials from benzoxazines are also highly versatile and can be synthesized and prepared in a number of ways including as films, foams, nanofibers, nanospheres, and aerogels/xerogels, some of which provide unique properties. One example of the special properties is that materials can be porous not only as aerogels and xerogels, but as nanofibers with highly tailorable porosity, controlled through various preparation techniques including, but not limited to, the use of surfactants and silica nanoparticles. In addition to the high and tailorable porosity, benzoxazines have several properties that make them good for numerous applications of the carbonized forms, including electrodes, batteries, gas adsorbents, catalysts, shielding materials, and intumescent coatings, among others. Extreme thermal and electrical stability also allows benzoxazines to be used in harsher conditions, such as in aerospace applications.

Towards the development of green flame retardancy of polybenzoxazines

Authors

Irlaine Machado,Cecilia Shaer,Kalan Hurdle,Veronica Calado,Hatsuo Ishida

Journal

Progress in Polymer Science

Published Date

2021/10/1

Flame retardation research is an old field that has recently received attention due to the societal need of developing greener materials and methodologies that do not compromise human health. This comprehensive literature review covers recent studies of benzoxazine resins used to create more environmentally-friendly flame retardants. To obtain greener flame retardant polybenzoxazine, additives such as natural renewable materials and more benign approaches for the chemical structure modification of benzoxazine, such as smart-chemistry as well as greener polybenzoxazines with higher intrinsic flame retardancy are employed. This review presents a comprehensive discussion of recent advances concerning the design of structure, the preparation, and properties of benzoxazines adopted for flame retardation.

Ultrahigh-surface-area activated biocarbon based on biomass residue as a supercapacitor electrode material: Tuning pore structure using alkalis with different atom sizes

Authors

Nopparat Sangtong,Thanyalak Chaisuwan,Sujitra Wongkasemjit,Hatsuo Ishida,Wikrom Redpradit,Kessara Seneesrisakul,Uthen Thubsuang

Journal

Microporous and Mesoporous Materials

Published Date

2021/10/1

This work aims to develop an electrode material based on activated biocarbon made from rubber wood sawdust waste using alkali activating agents – KOH, NaOH, and LiOH – via a solvent-free mechanical mixing. The role of different alkali metal atom sizes plays in resulting pore structure has been studied for the first time. The influence of standard reduction potentials on the pore structure and electrochemical performance of the activated biocarbon are also investigated. The biocarbons activated with KOH or NaOH exhibit a microporous characteristic and a wide range of specific surface area of 1323–3040 m2/g, while the one activated with LiOH exhibits a mesoporous nature. The comparatively small atom size of Li and its low standard reduction potential may have caused the slow reactivity of LiOH with carbon matrix. This leads to the low specific surface area of 1134 m2/g and the formation of tiny lithium …

The first observation on polymerization of 1, 3-benzothiazines: synthesis of mono-and bis-thiazine monomers and thermal properties of their polymers

Authors

Seishi Ohashi,Eric Rachita,Sean Baxley,Jessica Zhou,Adam Erlichman,Hatsuo Ishida

Journal

Polymer Chemistry

Published Date

2021

A monofunctional 1,3-benzothiazine (PH-a-BZT) has been synthesized by a method different from the one reported in the literature. Additionally, a difunctional version of 1,3-benzothiazine (PH-ddm-BZT) monomer has been synthesized. Polymerization of mono- and bis-thiazine monomers has been studied and confirmed for the first time. The two monomers are characterized with proton and carbon nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H-NMR, 13C-NMR) along with Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy. The cross-linked polybenzothiazine which is derived from the bis-thiazine monomer shows excellent thermal properties as examined by thermogravimetric analysis (TGA). Polybenzothiazine is developed in hopes that it could mimic many of benzoxazine's popular attributes while containing sulfur in place of oxygen atoms. It can also possess unique advantages such as higher flame retardancy and …

Polybenzoxazine resins with high hydrogen content, and composites therefrom

Published Date

2021/9/21

A material with significant protection properties from galactic cosmic radiation and solar energetic particles. Hydrogen-rich benzoxazines which are particularly effective for shielding against such radiation. Benzoxazine resin meets the processing requirements for use with ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fiber as a hydrogen-rich reinforcement: cure of the resin at 120 C. This highly reactive benzoxazine resin also exhibits low viscosity and adequate shelf life.

A truly bio-based benzoxazine derived from three natural reactants obtained under environmentally friendly conditions and its polymer properties

Authors

Irlaine Machado,Isabel Hsieh,Nicholas Pogharian,M. Laura Salum,Daniela Iguchi,Analisa Pellot,Pablo Froimowicz,Veronica Calado,Hatsuo Ishida

Journal

Green Chemistry

Published Date

2021/4

The majority of the published bio-based benzoxazine research has focused almost exclusively on different phenolic and amine compounds, while the aldehyde portion of the oxazine ring remains the same. These materials have been labeled as fully bio-based even though only two of the three raw materials are derived from renewable resources. In this study, we synthesize a truly bio-based benzoxazine in which all three reactants necessary to synthesize a benzoxazine are from renewable sources for the first time. The bio-originated compounds sesamol, furfurylamine, and benzaldehyde are used to synthesize a truly bio-based benzoxazine by a solventless method. Unlike almost all 1,3-benzoxazine resins reported in the literature thus far, the current paper reports oxazine ring-substituted benzoxazines, further providing a great opportunity for the molecular design flexibility of benzoxazine resins over the already …

Polymer Chemistry

Authors

Andriy R Kuzmyn,Han Zuilhof

Journal

Polymer

Published Date

2023/8/7

Surface-initiated photoinduced electron transfer-reversible addition–fragmentation chain transfer (SI-PET-RAFT) provides a light-dependent tool to synthesize polymer brushes on different surfaces that tolerates oxygen and water, and does not require a metal catalyst. Here we introduce improved control over SI-PET-RAFT polymerizations via continuous flow conditions. We confirm the composition and topological structure of the brushes by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, ellipsometry, and AFM. The improved control compared to no-flow conditions provides prolonged linear growth of the polymer brush (up to 250 nm, where no-flow polymerization maxed out< 50 nm), and improved polymerization control of the polymer brush that allows the construction of diblock polymer brushes. We further show the linear correlation between the molecular weight of the polymer brush and its dry thickness by combining ellipsometry and single-molecule force spectroscopy.

Preparation and characterization of carbon fiber reinforced polybenzoxazine and polybenzoxazole composites from the same precursor: Use of a smart, ortho-substituted and amide …

Authors

Niranjan Patra,Daniel Doni Jayaseelan,William Edward Lee

Published Date

2015/9/20

Preparation and characterization of carbon fiber reinforced ZrB2/SiC composite by precursor infiltration and pyrolysis process - Kingston University Research Repository Kingston University London Logo Help Search Browse by Year Browse by Research Area Browse by Faculty Browse by Kingston Author About Home Login Preparation and characterization of carbon fiber reinforced ZrB2/SiC composite by precursor infiltration and pyrolysis process Patra, Niranjan, Jayaseelan, Daniel Doni and Lee, William Edward (2015) Preparation and characterization of carbon fiber reinforced ZrB2/SiC composite by precursor infiltration and pyrolysis process. In: European Congress and Exhibition on Advanced Materials and Processes 2015; 20-24 Sep 2015, Warsaw, Poland. (Unpublished) Metadata Actions (Repository Editors) Item Control Page Item Control Page Accessibility Disclaimer Copyright Freedom of Information …

Chitosan/polybenzoxazine/clay mixed matrix composite aerogels: preparation, physical properties, and water absorbency

Authors

Almahdi A Alhwaige,Hatsuo Ishida,Syed Qutubuddin

Journal

Applied Clay Science

Published Date

2020/1/1

The present study reports development of chitosan/polybenzoxazine/clay mixed matrix composite aerogels (MMCAs) using freeze-drying of various sodium montmorillonite (Na-MMT) colloidal dispersions in chitosan/benzoxazine polymers blend in aqueous solution. Thermal treatment of aerogels leads to produce crosslinked MMCAs. The microstructure characteristics of the MMCAs were investigated by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The thermal properties of the MMCAs were evaluated by thermal gravimetric analysis (TGA). The obtained MMCAs have ultra-low densities within a very small range (<0.073 g/cm3) and exhibited that their porosities higher than 93%. The effect of Na-MMT on thermal properties of the chitosan/polybenzoxazine MMCAs was investigated. The onset decomposition temperatures were significantly enhanced with clay-loading, implying the superior thermal …

Intrinsically noncombustible polymers without flame retardant additives: Sulfur-containing and bio-based benzoxazines

Authors

Ya Lyu,Yuting Zhang,Hatsuo Ishida

Journal

European Polymer Journal

Published Date

2020/6/15

The benzoxazine monomers using 4,4′-thiobisphenol as phenol resource have been synthesized (the monomer is abbreviated as TBP-a for aniline as an amine reactant, TBP-fa for furfurylamine, and TBP-sa for stearylamine, respectively). Three sulfur-containing benzoxazines have the following characteristics: simple synthetic and purification methods, melting points close to those of bisphenol A and aniline-based benzoxazine (BA-a), and lower polymerization temperatures than BA-a. Poly(TBP-a) and poly(TBP-fa) are found to have excellent thermal properties, including high char yields and very low heat release capacities, while TBP-sa is used as a comparison. Newly developed thiobisphenol-based benzoxazines offer the possibility to develop halogen- and phosphorus-free flame retarding polymers that combine the high performance and low cost of commercially available raw materials. It further offers …

Electronic effects of asymmetric and meta-alkoxy substituents on the polymerization behavior of bis-benzoxazines

Authors

Ya Lyu,Eric Rachita,Nicholas Pogharian,Pablo Froimowicz,Hatsuo Ishida

Journal

Polymer Chemistry

Published Date

2020

Three isomers of benzoxazine monomers based on m-alkoxyphenol and 4,4′-methylenedianiline were synthesized and successfully isolated by column chromatography. The molecular structures of benzoxazine monomers were confirmed by proton nuclear magnetic resonance (1H NMR) and Fourier-transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy. The polymerization behavior evaluated by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) shows that the asymmetric isomer, which has a methoxy group at the 5-position and 7-positions (5,7′MO-ddm), has only one exothermic peak between temperatures of the other two symmetric isomers. The 1H NMR spectrum of monomers shows that the type and position of alkoxy groups can exert different effects on the electron density of the oxazine ring, and may result in a sensitive trend of ring-opening. The difference in electron densities was verified by the Gaussian simulation calculation …

Toward improving the reflectivity of ablative heat-insulating coating under high-energy laser irradiation

Authors

Chen Ma,Zhuang Ma,Lihong Gao,Taotao Wu,Fuchi Wang,Hatsuo Ishida

Journal

Journal of Materials Science

Published Date

2020/11

Abstract Anti-laser damage has become a major concern because of the rapid evolution of high power continuous-wave laser technology. While phenolic matrix composite coatings exhibit good anti-laser property, they show low reflectivity during laser irradiation, resulting in high energy absorption. A novel composite coating that consists of Al(OH)3 and nano-copper fillers with phenolic resin matrix has been designed to solve the low reflectivity problem. X-ray diffraction reveals that Al2O3 particles generate on the surface of the coating during laser irradiation because of the dehydration reaction of Al(OH)3. The endothermic effect of this dehydration reaction and the transpiration of nano-copper particles have a significant cooling effect on the coating. The reflectivity of coating is monitored in real time during laser irradiation. It is confirmed that the reflectivity gradually increases with the accumulation …

Developing Further Versatility in Benzoxazine Synthesis via Hydrolytic Ring-Opening

Authors

Hatsuo Ishida Shaoying Cui,Carlos R. Arza,Pablo Froimowicz

Journal

Polymers

Published Date

2020/3

In this study, 2-(aminomethyl)phenol and its derivatives, the reactants for 2-substituted 1,3-benzoxazines, are synthesized by HCl hydrolysis from the typical benzoxazines. The phenol/aniline-based mono-oxazine benzoxazine, PH-a, and the bisphenol A/aniline-based bis-oxazine benzoxazine, BA-a, are used as examples to demonstrate the feasibility of this new approach. Their chemical structures are characterized by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) and Raman spectroscopies, and are further verified by elementary analysis. Their thermal properties are studied by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). These two 2-(aminomethyl) phenolic derivatives are reacted with paraformaldehyde to close the oxazine rings. A benzoxazine with a phenyl substituent at the 2-position of the oxazine ring is obtained from the 2-((phenylamino)methyl)phenol (hPH-a) and benzaldehyde. All these results highlight the success of the HCl hydrolysis and the formation of stable intermediates, namely 2-(aminomethyl) phenolic derivatives, from readily available benzoxazine monomers. This further demonstrates the feasibility of using these intermediates as reactants for a novel benzoxazine synthesis.

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What is Hatsuo Ishida's h-index at Case Western Reserve University?

The h-index of Hatsuo Ishida has been 52 since 2020 and 105 in total.

What are Hatsuo Ishida's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

From a sustainable poly (benzoxazine-co-chitosan) to an ultrahigh-surface-area porous carbon electrode with a nano-engineered graphitic framework for a supercapacitor

Improved PVC/ZnO Nanocomposite Insulation for High Voltage and High Temperature Applications

Investigation into the crystal structure–dielectric property correlation in barium titanate nanocrystals of different sizes

Development of an atomic-oxygen-erosion-resistant, alumina-fiber-reinforced, fluorinated polybenzoxazine composite for low-Earth orbital applications

Organic-inorganic composites for novel optical transformation induced by high-energy laser ablation

Review on the Accelerated and Low-Temperature Polymerization of Benzoxazine Resins: Addition Polymerizable Sustainable Polymers

Very High Char-yielding Elastomers based on the Copolymers of a Catechol/Furfurylamine Benzoxazine and Polydimethylsiloxane Oligomers

Advanced carbon materials derived from polybenzoxazines: A review.

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are the top articles of Hatsuo Ishida at Case Western Reserve University.

What are Hatsuo Ishida's research interests?

The research interests of Hatsuo Ishida are: polybenzoxazine, composite interface, polymer composites, nanocomposites, molecular spectroscopy

What is Hatsuo Ishida's total number of citations?

Hatsuo Ishida has 37,246 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Hatsuo Ishida?

The co-authors of Hatsuo Ishida are Tamer Uyar, FRSC, Hong Yee Low, Joao Maia, Sarawut Rimdusit, Sanong Ekgasit, Thanyalak Chaisuwan.

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    Tamer Uyar, FRSC

    Tamer Uyar, FRSC

    Cornell University

    H-index: 46
    Hong Yee Low

    Hong Yee Low

    Singapore University of Technology and Design

    H-index: 38
    Joao Maia

    Joao Maia

    Case Western Reserve University

    H-index: 37
    Sarawut Rimdusit

    Sarawut Rimdusit

    Chulalongkorn University

    H-index: 36
    Sanong Ekgasit

    Sanong Ekgasit

    Chulalongkorn University

    H-index: 24
    Thanyalak Chaisuwan

    Thanyalak Chaisuwan

    Chulalongkorn University

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